Author Archives: PeterBregman

Episode 75: Sheryl O’Loughlin – Killing It

How can we be vulnerable without losing credibility? It’s an important issue addressed by Sheryl O’Loughlin–former CEO of Clif Bar, cofounder of Plum Organics, and current CEO of REBBL. She’s written Killing It! An Entrepreneur’s Guide To Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart. Discover the importance of having a support group of fellow entrepreneurs […]

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Episode 74: Jim Kouzes – The Leadership Challenge

What separates extraordinary leaders from those who under-perform? Over thirty years ago, Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner set out to answer that question. Their research led them to five fundamental practices that, when frequently employed, accounted for as much as 22.8 times more cohort engagement. On this week’s podcast, I spoke with Jim Kouzes about […]

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Episode 73: Michael Mankins – Time Talent Energy

Are you and your team losing ground to unnecessary meetings, emails and bureaucracy? According to Michael Mankins, partner at Bain & Company and co-author of Time, Talent, Energy: Overcome Organizational Drag and Unleash Your Team’s Productive Power, by better managing their scarcest resources–time, talent, and energy–companies can increase productivity by as much as 40%. Discover […]

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Episode 72: David Burkus – Under New Management

Do you feel your organization’s policies are counterintuitive? You’re not alone. Dr. David Burkus, the author of Under New Management: How Leading Organizations Are Upending Business as Usual, asserts that many of the principles of business management are misguided and even counter-productive. Discover the pros and cons of salary transparency, the importance of a trusting […]

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Episode 71: Andy Molinsky – Reach

What would you accomplish if you could overcome your fears? Andy Molinsky is a professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School and the author of Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge and Build Confidence. He studies how and why we take risks–and why we don’t. […]

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Episode 70: Judith Glaser – Conversational Intelligence

Are your words building trust and enabling your colleagues to do their best work? Judith Glaser, author of Conversational Intelligence, asserts that humans are wired to be profoundly impacted even by simple conversations. Discover the revolutionary theory behind Judith’s work, how your unconscious behaviors may be negatively affecting your coworkers, and how you can refine […]

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Episode 68: Brent Adamson – The Challenger Sale

What is the secret to sales and marketing success? On this episode, I speak to Brent Adamson, co-author of The Challenger Sale. Brent and his colleague, Matthew Dixon, studied the data of thousands of salespeople and determined that one behavioral profile always outsells the rest: the Challenger. Discover what makes a Challenger-salesperson unique, why you […]

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Episode 66: Christine Comaford – Smart Tribes

How can your team be 35-50% more productive? By shifting from their critter state to their smart state, says Christine Comaford, author of Smart Tribes: How Teams Become Brilliant Together. According to Christine, whose work has been praised by leaders like Bill Gates and Bill Clinton, there are five things you can do to accelerate […]

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