If you’re writing and speaking more than you’re reading and listening, it’s time to right the ship! Here are three books you’ll love! When you don’t have immediate access to the right people directly, you can still surround yourself with their ideas! Enjoy! Amazon links to the books (not affiliate links): Cracking the Curiosity Code: […]
When Leon Shapiro and I tackled the subject of how and why formal peer groups for CEOs and business leaders work so well in The Power of Peers, our research revealed two important findings: 1) The Learning-Achieving Cycle common to high performing groups; and, 2) What we called the Five Factors necessary for making the
When you receive feedback (positive or negative), see it as the gift that it is. Use it as fuel for reflection and continuous improvement. Anyone who is great at anything is a product of people who were generous enough to provide them feedback along their learning journey. We believed the message to be so important,
Here’s the link to the article, “Put Your Best Foot Forward” published by The Smart Manager, Jan/Feb 2019! https://media.blubrry.com/leobottary/p/leobottary.com/audio/2019/WACD.2019.1022.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 38:09 — 35.5MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Spotify | RSS | More
Today’s show is quite literally a roundtable discussion – a circle of people sharing experience and insight. Participating are Karen Floyd, Ryan Foland, Rahfeal Gordon and Dan Hoffman. Dan is the founder and CEO of Circl.es, a company that builds software, programs, and workshops that make it easier for teams to connect meaningfully and grow faster.
If you’re trying to get your entire body wet, staying in the shallow end of the pool isn’t going to get the job done, no matter how long you stand there. Nor will showing up to participate in your CEO or executive peer advisory group without being completely open and willing to be vulnerable about