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PREVIEW - Guest: Liz Wiseman - Author of Multipliers

Leaders Get Real

Release Date: 12/04/2017

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Leading in adversity is a topic Maurice Brewster, CEO of Mosaic Global Transportation, knows all about. As a premier provider to corporate clients in 400 cities, including Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, Google, Facebook and other Silicon Valley giants, Mosaic watched business go from 2000 trips a day to zero in an instant when Covid-19’s Shelter in Place ended all employee shuttles and event transportation overnight. Mosaic was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal article on how businesses are being impacted by the Corona virus. Listen in for an authentic conversation on the topic of...

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"There's no greater recommendation than when an author tells you to read someone else's book." When Guy Kawasaki, author of 15 books, said this in our Podcast chat, the idea bubbled up for an episode with great authors sharing what they have found to be great reads. From these compelling interviews with best-selling authors Liz Wiseman, Chip Conley, Doly Chugh and Guy himself, you'll fill your reading list with stellar books -- from must-read classics to fresh new releases. What leadership books do you think they suggested? And what are your leadership favorites?

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Guy Kawasaki is a Silicon Valley icon who first became known as Apple’s Chief Evangelist, launching the MacIntosh with epic success in Apple’s early days. From there he published many game-changing books: Selling the Dream, The Art of the Start, Rules for Revolutionaries, and more. His rich and varied career includes start-ups, venture capital, Garage.com, Advisor to Google, and now, a return to his role of Chief Evangelist with Canva, an innovative company aiming to democratize design the same way the Macintosh democratized computers. In our chat, we discuss Guy’s 15th book coming out...

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Liz Wiseman is the New York Times best-selling author of Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter, and the Wall Street Journal bestseller Rookie Smarts.  Liz is listed #35 on the 2017  Thinkers50  global ranking of management thinkers and named one of the top 10 leadership thinkers in the world.

She writes for Harvard Business Review and Fortune, among many business and leadership journals. Her research has contributed significantly to the field of leadership and collective intelligence. Liz is a former Vice President at Oracle, where she worked for 17 years. She is now the CEO of the Wiseman Group, with recent clients including Facebook, Apple, Disney, Nike, Tesla and Twitter.

In this conversation, we talk about her book, Multipliers. From her groundbreaking research, Liz reveals how great leaders bring out the genius in others...and get more than twice the results. And she poses provocative questions: Are you using your smarts to amplify the people around you...or are you an “accidental diminisher?” Through compelling examples and personal stories, Liz will leave you inspired and challenged to take your leadership to the next level.