Friday, July 3, 2020

Leo Bottary

Leo Bottary

Leo Bottary is the founder and managing partner of Peernovation, LLC. He is a sought-after thought leader on peer advantage, an emerging discipline dedicated to strategically engaging peers to realize your business and life goals. A popular author, educator, keynote speaker and workshop facilitator, he advises both individuals and organizations and co-hosts the What Anyone Can Do podcast. Leo's first book, which he coauthored with former Vistage CEO Leon Shapiro, is titled The Power of Peers: How the Company You Keep Drives Leadership Growth & Success. His new book, What Anyone Can Do: How Surrounding Yourself with the Right People Will Drive Change, Opportunity, and Personal Growth, was released in September 2018. Leo is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine.
C-Suite Lifestyle

Truth or Consequences

For those of you who are a bit older, Truth or Consequences might trigger your memory about the long-running game show that actually began on radio in 1940.  It continued to enjoy a long run on NBC television between 1950-1988, with Bob Barker serving as the host for nearly 20...
Executive Insider

Coronavirus & Gratitude

Over the past several weeks, I’ve spoken to CEO mastermind groups in Atlanta, Denver, Toronto, and Glasgow, Scotland, all from my own home in southern California. The majority of these CEOs are being forced to lead teams where its members are working from home. If they had their druthers, it’s...
C-Suite Agenda

Who You Surround Yourself With Matters

These days, the phrase “who you surround yourself with matters” takes on a whole new meaning. The coronavirus is especially insidious because we’re challenged to battle something we can’t see. Any one of us could have it and be asymptomatic and, as a result, would have no idea that we’re...
Business Partners
CEO Insider

Three Truths of CEO Communication for 2020

Communicating with your employees, engaging them, and having them work together to execute the company’s business strategy in 2020 will require embracing the following three truths: Effective communication of your message to your employees (and received as intended) is 100% your responsibility. The person trusted to communicate what your message...
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