Predictable Success is Boston Bound
Just wait till you hear what we have planned for this event!
We’re very excited about our upcoming Boston workshop, which is taking place on June 4th at the Harvard Faculty Club.
Not only is New England quite beautiful during this time of year, it’s also close to home for many of us. But what really sets this event apart is, in addition to the invaluable teaching we typically offer, the Boston workshop will feature exclusive new content from
Do Lead, Les’ upcoming book!
Don’t miss this opportunity to be the first to learn about heroic, synergistic and protective leadership and how they can help (or hurt) your organization. Register now!
Wondering whether a Predictable Success workshop is right for you?
Watch this video & find out
4 Ways to Supercharge a Business Trip
Turn your travel time into an opportunity to develop as a leader.
If you’re constantly on the road – whether it’s to visit clients, prospect for new business, or some other worthwhile pursuit – chances are the time between appointments often feels like a mind-numbing blur of security lines and hotel rooms.
What if you could take that time and use it to develop yourself and others instead? Here’s the first of four ways to do just that.
Rather than catching a cab or airport shuttle at the beginning or end of your next trip, why not ask a junior colleague to drive you instead?
Spend that time with someone who you wouldn’t ordinarily have more than a corridor conversation with. They’ll benefit from it more than you know.
Read more tips here
Discover What Great Brands Do
Denise Lee Yohn shares the secrets behind the world’s biggest brands.
Brands have an influence not just on our purchase decisions, but also on how we live. The question is, how do they develop this presence? Is it a matter of luck, timing, or perhaps years of trial and error?
Brand-building expert Denise Lee Yohn decided to investigate. What she discovered, and shares in her new book, is there are actually seven key principles that separate the best brands from the rest.
In this interview, she reveals many of them and how they’re often counterintuitive. For example, great brands never have to give back. They purposely design their business so that they are not taking something that they have to make up for in the first place. Want to learn more?
Listen to our interview here