Marshall Goldsmith: League of Extraordinary Minds Expert Panelist

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Dr. Marshall Goldsmith is a world authority in helping successful leaders get even better – by achieving positive, lasting change in behavior: for themselves, their people and their teams.

Marshall’s newest book, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, is a New York Times best seller, Wall Street Journal #1 business book and winner of the Harold Longman Award as the Best Business Book of 2007.

Recently, the London Times named Goldsmith one of the top 50 most influential living management thinkers. The American Management Association named him as one of 50 great thinkers and leaders who have influenced the field of management over the past 80 years and Business Week listed him as one of the most influential practitioners in the history of leadership development.

Dr. Goldsmith’s Ph.D. is from UCLA. He teaches executive education at Dartmouth’s Tuck School and frequently speaks at leading business schools. His work has been recognized by almost every professional organization in his field.

Over two hundred of his articles, interviews, columns and videos are available for viewing and sharing online (for no charge) at www.MarshallGoldsmithLibrary.com.  Visitors to this site have come from 188 countries and have viewed over 2.1 million resources.

Goldsmith is co-founder of Marshall Goldsmith Partners, a network of top-level executive coaches and is widely recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities in helping leaders achieve positive, measurable change in behavior: for themselves, their people and their teams. In 2000, Forbes listed Marshall as one of top five executive coaches and Human Resources rated Marshall as one of the world’s leading HR consultants. He has also been ranked by the Wall Street Journal as one of the “Top 10” executive educators. He has written and co-edited over 15 books on leadership development including “The Many Facets of Leadership” and “Coaching for Leadership.”

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  • Sheila Hall
    Posted January 8, 2010 at 2:51 pm | Permalink

    I’ve been an avid listener to The League’s weekly discussions since Panel One rocked my world. After hearing Marshall Goldsmith (Panel 7), however, I could no longer NOT post a “Thank You!” Marshall Goldsmith astounded me!! After the call, I boogied over to his website and gobbled up more of his tasty, practical, intellectual treats.

    Each of The League’s panel discussions has enriched my knowledge base; however, Marshall Goldsmith ignited my resolve to think differently about 360 feedback. I know it’s a great business tool, but I’ve too often seen it hijacked and manipulated by unscrupulous persons. Marshall changed my perspective. He helped me see that “Reciprocal 360” could be the flagship of effective unfettered feedback systems. “Reciprocal 360” could provide stouthearted leaders with the truth, the whole truth, and virtually nothing but the truth … if they really want it. The catch, however, is it only works when leaders publicly remove the barriers (i.e., veiled punishments, penalties, retaliations, etc.) to honest, open, universal feedback. When this is done, everyone associated with the company knows there is nothing to fear and everything to gain in sharing truth. Sumo-Grazie, Marshall!!

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