Leadership Columnist, Harvard Business Review and author, Point B: A Short Guide to Leading a Big Change
and 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done
(to be published September 2011). About Peter Bregman
Companies routinely spend millions of dollars on complex initiatives to improve leadership, increase teamwork and empower everyone to contribute their maximum potential. Leadership consultant and expert Peter Bregman demonstrates that there are easier, more efficient, simpler ways to get there, starting with each one of us.
We often resist change, both as individuals and as organizations, but it inevitably ends up being easier than we expect — and we are usually far better off because of it. As an advisor to CEOs and their leadership teams and as the author of 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done
, Peter Bregman connects with audiences through everyday stories that are refreshingly honest and offers lessons that are clear, actionable and memorable. People who hear Peter speak often make simple changes that have an immediate and enormous impact on themselves personally and on their organizations.
Organizational problems are often a series of personal problems and bad habits intersecting with each other. Peter helps organizations by helping individuals in very personal, constructive ways. From showing people a new, innovative path to productivity in 18 minutes a day, to helping people get out of their own - and other people’s - way, to teaching people strategies for leading change without resistance, Bregman doesn’t just tell people how to improve teamwork, communication and productivity, he shows them how to do it. Consistently the most-read blogger at Harvard Business Review
, Peter’s articles and commentary appear frequently in Business Week
, Fast Company
, CNN, NPR, The Financial Times
and PBS.Point B: A Short Guide to Leading a Big Change Point B: A Short Guide to Leading a Big Change
reveals the mindset, strategies, and steps that will enable you to lead people anywhere you need them to go - from point A to point B. Click here
for further information. Bregman Partners
Organizational change is a lagging indicator of personal change. When enough people in an organization begin to do things differently, the organization changes. And personal change happens not because people are told to change. Not because they are trained to change. Not even because they are motivated to change. People change because they choose to change. Everything we do at Bregman Partners follows this simple premise. Visit www.bregmanpartners.com
for further information.