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Leveraging Thought Leadership

Mar 19, 2023

In an organization with a large C-suite, dozens of departments, and hundreds of experts,
How could you possibly hope to create a unified direction?

To better understand how to achieve this feat, I’ve invited Lynette Jackson, the Head of Communications at Siemens, to join me.  Lynette has a background in journalism,...

Mar 16, 2023

It's hard to create a successful strategy to take a book beyond the consumer market.
What can you do to ensure the success of your work?

Our guest today is Nick Gray, the Founder and Owner of Museum Hack and the author of The 2-Hour Cocktail Party: How to Build Big Relationships with Small Gatherings, which is...

Mar 12, 2023

Writing a book can take a year or more, followed by months of planning, strategizing, and launching. 

Once the book hits the shelves — What's left?

Jeremy Utley is the Director of Executive Educational at Stanford and adjunct professor at Stanford's School of Engineering. Recently Jeremy worked with co-author...

Mar 9, 2023

Unless you are writing a book with a co-author or ghostwriter, it probably feels like a very lonely task. 
But what if you could find a fellowship that provided encouragement and advice?

Our guest today is Jeremy Madsen, Operations Manager for BK Authors an author group affiliated with the award–winning publisher

Mar 5, 2023

How does the world of thought leadership intersect with the growing technology of AI?
A lot of news stories lately have focused on the use of AI "bots" to answer questions, generate images, or create entire dissertations on a topic.
As the technology grows closer and closer to replicating actual human thinking, we...