Over the course of the next four months, the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP) will be hosting its annual Conference Series - virtually. Originally planned as an in-person conference in Whistler, British Columbia, ASP has chosen to move online in light of COVID-19. Despite the virus, a tremendous amount of value is being made available from June through September, including a combination of keynotes, masterclasses and virtual exhibitor halls.
Many organizations have worked hard to develop their strategic plan, and yet a year or two down the line, they notice that they've not made enough progress towards their goals, or that their teams and departments have diverged down different paths, on projects or activities that don't align with their strategic objectives.
Keith Ferrazzi is a two-time New York Times best selling author, Harvard Business School graduate, and the former youngest CMO of a Fortune 500 company at Starlight Hotels. Keith's company, Ferrazzi Greenlight, works with executive leadership teams within some of the largest companies in the country including Verizon, Delta Airlines and General Motors.
On this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, Perry Maughmer joins us to talk about being the best CEO you can be, intellectual humility, peer groups and how to become a true leader. Perry is a facilitator for Vistage International and the Principal of Maughmer & Co, where he specializes in working with people.
“The biggest enemy of thinking is complexity” - Edward de Bono.
Perhaps nothing else sets the human race apart from other species and primates like our natural ability to think. Considering different abilities such as locomotion, the homo sapien isn’t the most efficient.
On this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast we're joined by Michele Wucker, CEO of Gray Rhino & Company and best selling author of The Gray Rhino. Michele has defined a gray rhino as a problem large and obvious staring you down, pointed right at you, and probably about to trample you.
Lisa brings an impressive range of experience to the podcast, spending time as an executive recruiter, working in industrial sales, the welding industry (yes, she welds!), the healthcare industry, and as a speaker.