Nov 16, 2018
For over 30 years, Peter Bregman
has worked with CEOs and senior leaders to help them create
accountability and inspire collective action on their most
important work. He helps leaders to develop their leadership
skills, build aligned, collaborative teams, and overcome obstacles
to drive results for their organizations.
Peter is the author, most recently, of Leading with Emotional Courage: How to Have Hard Conversations, Create Accountability, and Inspire Action on Your Most Important Work (July 2018). His book, 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done, was a Wall Street Journal bestseller, winner of the Gold medal from the Axiom Business Book awards, named the best business book of the year by NPR, and selected by Publisher's Weekly and the New York Post as a top-ten business book. He is also the author of Four Seconds: All the Time You Need to Replace Counter-Productive Habits with Ones That Really Work, a New York Post "Top Pick for Your Career" in 2015, Point B: A Short Guide to Leading a Big Change and a contributor to six other books.
Peter is a sought-after speaker and thought leader in the areas of leadership development, organizational change, productivity and emotional courage. He is the host of the Bregman Leadership Podcast, which offers insightful conversations with industry thought leaders on how to become more powerful, courageous leaders. He is also a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, and his articles and commentary appear frequently in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Fast Company, Psychology Today, Forbes, The Financial Times, PBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, and FOX Business News.
We unpacked many topics on leadership from his book, including:
This just scratches the surface of what we explored.
Due to some technical difficulties, the introductory banter I normally engage in with my guests was lost so we pick this conversation up at my very first question which was people getting into leadership positions purely based on technical prowess, without having thought too much about how to truly motivate people, take ownership in times of crisis, embrace difficult conversations or develop emotional intelligence….
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