Guest post by Peter Winick
I have had the privilege of working with some of the greatest thought leaders of our time. I learn something from each of them during every interaction and (hopefully) more often than not they learn something from me as well. The range of expertise that my clients have is vast; sales, leadership, management, communications, strategy, marketing, finance, emotional intelligence, innovation, relationship development to name just a few. Someone asked me the other day what if any thing they all have in common. Great question. (I love great questions). So here’s what I think.
From a personality perspective, educational perspective, and professional background prospective the thought leaders I work with and have met couldn’t be a more diverse group. Harvard MBA’s to high school dropouts, introverts to extroverts, academics to CEO’s and founders of incredible companies and organizations, warm and fuzzy types to brutally direct and analytical. The traits that they all share are: