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For over thirty years, I’ve been passionate about discovering what effective leaders actually do and then sharing what I’ve learned with others. I have a core belief that we can all be leaders. I’ve worked closely with 300+ leaders in organizations large and small, public and private, and I’ve learned a lot.
There are four ways I pass along what I’ve learned: 1) as a workshop facilitator (with over 40,000 participants to date), 2) as a management coach, 3) through my books, and 4) through my blog, The Leadership Almanac, established in 2008.
I’m delighted to offer you practical, proven, effective ideas and approaches to management and leadership.
What do all top athletes have in common? They’re at the top of their game – and they all have a coach. You can take yourself only so far without the help of others.
As your coach, I dedicate 100% of my attention to you. I can help you move from where you are to where you want to be, and I do so by focusing exclusively on your goals.
Join my community of readers, and you’ll get something about leadership to chew on every week.An idea. An insight. An approach. Maybe a tip about something that has you puzzled. A reminder of a practice you may not have thought about in a long time. Bite-sized morsels of “food for thought.”
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“Gary provides wisdom in short, easy-to-digest bites. These books are must reads for all new managers or anyone considering taking on a management role.”
“Reading What Your Boss Never Told You is like having a wise, experienced, and articulate guide by your side – offering you powerful, practical advice. Keep this book within easy reach – so you can refer to it on a regular basis. The practices and principles he writes about will make you a better leader.”
Eric Klein, Dharma Consulting
Explore the nitty gritty of leadership, from how leaders create a compelling vision of the future to how they sweat the small stuff, how they make tough decisions to how they navigate a difficult conversation, how they inspire to what makes them perspire, input from people like Warren Bennis, Marshall Goldsmith and Robert Fulghum and what they have to say about management and leadership.