Episode 22: Bill Adams and Bob Anderson

Episode 22: Bill Adams and Bob Anderson

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Often, we react and move in the world based on how others perceive us. But what happens when we stop defining ourselves based on others? And how can we do that? On this podcast, Robert Anderson and William Adams, authors of Mastering Leadership, share their answer and offer a framework for leading from deep knowing and understanding, not from appeasement.

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Website: MasteringLeadershipBook.com
Book: Mastering Leadership: An Integrated Framework for Breakthrough Performance and Extraordinary Business Results
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Robert J. Anderson is a pioneer in the field of leadership development & research. He is the Founder and Chairman of The Leadership Circle and the Full Circle Group; and creator of The Leadership Circle Profile.

Over the past 35 years, he has dedicated his career to exploring the intersections between leadership and mastery, competence and consciousness, spirituality and business. Bob holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from John Carroll University and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Development from Bowling Green State University. He serves as adjunct faculty for the Executive Education Center at the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business.

William A. Adams is known for partnering with leaders to unlock breakthrough performance, develop deep leadership capability, and produce transformational business results. He is the CEO of The Leadership Circle and the Full Circle Group; and co-author of several books, including The Whole Systems Approach and The Quest For Quality. His clients range from Fortune 500 corporations to start-ups across multiple industries. He sits on numerous boards in the for-profit, education, and non-profit worlds.


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  • Diva May 17, 2016 Reply

    The South African man is Louis Smuts, a General who set up a commission for Indian grievances and is quoted as saying that Gandhi’s form of non-violent resistance was “perhaps the mightiest instrument on earth.”
    Ghandi.South Africa.net (reference)

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