Peer Advantage

  • What Does Being Yourself Mean to You?

    What Does Being Yourself Mean to You?

    Twenty years ago, David Whyte published a book titled The Heart Aroused, Poetry and the Preservation of the Soul in Corporate America. I happened to pull it off my bookshelf for the first time in years and found a passage about earning the respect of our peers by challenging us to “remember the simple character of

  • My Favorite Peer Leadership Story

    My Favorite Peer Leadership Story

    Before I start, let me share why it’s my favorite peer leadership story.  It happened more than 20 years ago and features my daughter, who was just four years-old back then. It’s not only quite personal, but also, after years of studying leadership, it’s stood the test of time 😉 There was a Halloween party

  • The Next Hot Leadership Topic

    The Next Hot Leadership Topic

    We talk about leaders, followers, and the relationship between them, yet it’s our peers (the people we surround ourselves with), who so often are the most influential forces in our lives.   It is not only a compelling stand alone subject, it’s central to any meaningful discourse about strategy, organizational change, and leadership. Understanding deep peer

  • Why Peer Advisory Groups Work

    Why Peer Advisory Groups Work

    Many of you may know that in addition to my work at Vistage, I serve as an adjunct professor for Seton Hall University’s Master of Arts in Strategic Communication & Leadership (MASCL) program.  My work at Seton Hall serves as an interesting complement to what we do and what we espouse at Vistage.  At Vistage, we

  • So Who Really Invented Peer Advisory Groups?

    So Who Really Invented Peer Advisory Groups?

    If someone were to ask you who invented X, Y or Z, and you guessed Ben Franklin, odds are you could be right. Turns out, he may have some claim to the invention of the modern day peer advisory group as well.  According to the PBS documentary about his life:  “In 1727, Franklin organized a

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