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Posts Tagged: peers

  • Boss or Imposter? 5 Ways to Take Charge as a Leader

    Boss or Imposter? 5 Ways to Take Charge as a Leader

    Every morning before monthly Vistage Group meetings I prepare for the day—and wait for my successful and esteemed CEO members to walk through the door to begin our work.  And yes, that’s what happens, those CEOs show up as usual, but even more amazing is the fact that actual human beings walk through the door!

  • Leader or Ringleader?

    Leader or Ringleader?

    Several years ago, Paola Schifino, principal at Florida-based advertising and branding agency Schifino Lee, told me a story about her daughter’s soccer team I’ll never forget.   Turns out, there was a girl who wasn’t very happy with the way the coach was leading the team.  This girl shared her feelings with her teammates in an

  • The Language of Peer Influence

    The Language of Peer Influence

    Idioms in every language unite cultures the world over.  They underscore what people intuitively understand about their socially constructed reality.  And in the English language, when it comes to illustrating the power of peer influence, there is no shortage of idiomatic expressions: Birds of a feather flock together.  We’re all in the same boat.  We’re

  • Taking Peer Advisory To New Heights

    Taking Peer Advisory To New Heights

    On Tuesday, April 17th, I plan to attend the Vistage All-City event in Denver, where more than 350 Chairs, members, and their guests will gather to engage in what I would describe as nothing short of a high-altitude, high-powered peer advisory experience.  The Denver event is one of nearly 40 such Vistage gatherings held annually

  • Where Do Peer Advisory Groups Come From? (2)

    Where Do Peer Advisory Groups Come From? (2)

    Last week, I posted Where Do Peer Advisory Groups Come From? and invited members of the Executive Street community and members of The Peer Advisory Group on LinkedIn to weigh in.  In a response on LinkedIn, Vistage Chair John Younker offered his expertise on the contributions of the scholars cited (by him) in the original

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