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Have you ever put off a critical conversation? Have you made choices that went against your best interests? It’s frustrating, but it happens to us all. So, how does a good leader learn to get out of their own way?
Our guest this episode is Mark E. Green, strategic advisor and coach to CEOs and executive teams worldwide. He has addressed, coached and advised thousands of business leaders, and is also the author of “Activators: A CEO’s Guide to Clearer Thinking and Getting Things Done.” Mark shares his experience using integrity, direct communication, and powerful intuition to accelerate team performance, and discusses why and how a leader should bring in specialized experts.
Also, Mark shares his experience in writing a book with partners, and discusses with Peter whether a thought leader’s book should be viewed as a long- or short-term project – with short- or long-term results. Be sure to listen in!
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