Teaching Leaders What To Stop: Winning Too Much by Marshall Goldsmith

Teaching Leaders What To Stop
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Teaching Leaders What To Stop: Winning Too Much by Marshall Goldsmith

Teaching Leaders What to Stop: Peter Drucker said, “We spend a lot of time teaching leaders what to do. We do not spend enough time teaching leaders what to stop.” Explore what to stop in this series of Marshall Goldsmith’s Thinkers50 video blogs. In partnership with Marshall Goldsmith and Thinkers50 we are presenting you with its Quick Thinking, a new knowledge-sharing resource for managers and leaders, with this video blog. The video blog will be posted once a week for the next 50 weeks. The series will incorporate Marshall Goldsmith’s learnings from his 38 years of experience with top executives, as well as material from Marshall Goldsmith’s previous research, articles and books, including What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, MOJO, Coaching for Leadership, and Succession: Are You Ready? The blogs will also include material from Marshall’s exciting new research on engagement and my upcoming book Triggers (to be published by Crown in 2015). Each video will have an accompanying written blog. 


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Marshall Goldsmith
Dr. Marshall Goldsmith was selected as the #1 Executive Coach in the World by GlobalGurus.org, and one of the 10 Most Influential Management Thinkers in the World by Thinkers50 in both 2011 and 2013. He was also selected as the World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker in 2011. Marshall was the highest rated executive coach on the Thinkers50 List in both 2011 and 2013. What Got You Here Won’t Get You There was listed as a top ten business bestseller for 2013 by INC Magazine / 800 CEO Read (for the seventh consecutive year). Marshall’s exciting new research on engagement is published in his newest book Triggers (Crown, 2015).

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