Tag Archives: Peer Group

What is Your Peer (and Leadership) Superpower?

No doubt you arrived at my blog after receiving a handwritten card. That note of gratitude promised an answer to this question: do you wonder what we treasure most about you? Before I answer, let’s deconstruct how you ended up in our peer “discovery” group. First, we stripped away title; we imagined you powerless. Second, we saw a … Continue Reading

Thanks Seattle Network, Vistage, Colleagues, CEOs, and LinkedIn

Arianna-Huffington-Quote-I write to express gratitude. Earlier this month, my Vistage CEO Peer Group welcomed member sixteen. I also signed the first member for my second CEO Group. Group two launches in the Spring of 2017. No success is achieved alone.  The ongoing counsel and encouragement of Tom Zahniser, Sarah Fraedrich, MK (Murthy Kalkura) and Tim … Continue Reading

How Is Your Story Going to END?

This is a guest post by my colleague and Vistage Chair, Will Kaigler. Will leads and facilitates a CEO peer group in Pittsburgh, PA: As you have come to know, my Monday morning email is typically comprised of articles and quotes relating to business.  This week I am compelled to go in a different direction. … Continue Reading

P.S. TEN REASONS to Test-drive a Seattle CEO Vistage Peer Group

Image top-10I invite you to an opportunity to experience a CEO peer advisory group in action and hear from a world-class speaker. On Thursday, November 3, I’m hosting an invitation-only breakfast meeting to allow CEOs and business owners the opportunity test drive a Vistage group meeting. We’ll tackle a real issue that someone in the room is facing. Then, as … Continue Reading

Isolated? Hearing Echos? Find Your Decision-Making Sweet Spot

To be a great decision-maker you must fine-tune your network. You must also carefully and continually engage in social exploration. From the HBR article, Beyond the Echo Chamber: “Decisions don’t happen in a vacuum; the best ones rarely come from deep pondering in isolation. They happen when people learn from and draw on the experiences of others. In this … Continue Reading
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