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 leadership frameworks for being a successful CEO, 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.
In this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we were joined by Timothy Clark, author of The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety, and founder/CEO of Leader Factor - a boutique consulting firm focused on creating innovative cultures and organizational change.
With a masters degree in Economics in Government and a PhD in Social Sciences with a focus on culture, Timothy brings a keen interest in how culture influences and is influenced by leadership, as well as the relationship between culture and strategy.
In this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we're joined by Ryan Walter. For over 20 years, Ryan has consulted for organizations, including Fortune 500 companies. His advisory firm, Parrels, helps organizations overcome challenges and undergo transformation.
Ryan's rich experience guiding teams through organizational change and helping the grow internally makes him a great voice for those about to undergo their own strategic planning process. Like us, he is passionate about helping companies go from point A to point B and the journey in between.
In this episode of our Strategy & Leadership Podcast, we're joined by Catherine Sherlock, the founder of Higher Mindfulness. Catherine developed Higher Mindfulness to help people take their awareness deeper in order to expand their self-expression, leadership skills and potential. This is important for business leaders because emotional awareness is a positive skill that helps leaders with clarity and decision making, which can help with conflict management, team engagement and other situations.
Steve has been involved in leadership development for 30 years, which has allowed him to work with almost every kind of industry and business from top to bottom.
His experience has granted him a valuable perspective and the ability to identify what successful businesses have in common.