with Jeff Wolf
This week on #BizLockerRadio, Jeff Wolf joins me to talk about his new book, “7 Disciplines of a Leader.” An executive business coach, speaker, management consultant, and former basketball coach, Jeff will also share his thoughts about the pitfalls of leadership in crisis.
Jeff has co-written a book with leadership titans Steven Covey and Ken Blanchard. More than most, he has observed the evolution of our understanding of effective leadership over the past three decades. Don’t miss this candid conversation about leadership and the 7 disciplines you need to lead well.
Each and every week, Miles introduces us to yet another great online tool. Make sure you check in this week to see what’s on tap — and make sure you find Miles, the Web Tools Guy at www.fillthefunnel.com.
About Jeff Wolf:
Jeff is one of America’s foremost executive business coaches, speakers and management consultants.
Prestigious Leadership Excellence Magazine named him one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders for his accomplishments in leadership development, managerial effectiveness and organizational productivity. His strategic focus on solving corporate and human issues has garnered continuing raves from myriad global organizations.
Jeff’s first book, “Roadmap to Success,” with management gurus Ken Blanchard and Stephen Covey, is now in its second printing. His new book, “Seven Disciplines of a Leader,” was released on November 24, 2014 and has been named one of the 11 most thought-provoking leadership books of 2014.
Kelly Riggs is a business performance coach and founder of the Business LockerRoom. A former national Salesperson of the Year and serial entrepreneur, Kelly is a recognized thought leader in the areas of sales, management leadership, and strategic planning. He serves clients ranging from small, privately held companies to Fortune 500 firms. Kelly has written two books: “1-on-1 Management™: What Every Great Manager Knows That You Don’t” and “Quit Whining and Start SELLING! A Step-by-Step Guide to a Hall of Fame Career in Sales.”