What Anyone Can Do: How Surrounding Yourself with the Right People Will Drive Change, Opportunity, and Personal Growth

What Anyone Can Do: How Surrounding Yourself with the Right People Will Drive Change, Opportunity, and Personal Growth

by Leo Bottary

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138558205
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/03/2018
Pages: 186
Sales rank: 1,115,703
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Leo Bottary — author

Leo Bottary is an author, keynote speaker, and workshop facilitator on the topic of developing "peer advantage" for high performing teams and peer groups. During a six-year tenure at Vistage Worldwide, Leo led the rebranding of the company and directed a thought leadership initiative on the power of peers, which resulted in a book he coauthored with Leon Shapiro titled: The Power of Peers: How the Company You Keep Drives Leadership, Growth & Success (2016).

Leo also serves as an instructor for Rutgers and Northeastern universities. Prior to that, he was an adjunct professor for Seton Hall University, where he led graduate-level online learning teams and on campus residencies. In April 2015, he was named adjunct teacher of the year for its College of Communication and the Arts.

Earlier in his career, Leo served in senior leadership positions at Mullen and Hill & Knowlton, where he was also Director of Client Service for the US. In the mid-1990s, he founded a public relations agency that a leading industry trade publication hailed as a regional powerhouse, new media pioneer, and great place to work.

Leo earned a BA from Jacksonville University, an MA in Strategic Communication and Leadership from Seton Hall University, and has completed his doctoral coursework at Northeastern University.

Ryan Foland — illustrator

As Managing Partner of InfluenceTree, Ryan Foland helps executives harness the power of vulnerability and authenticity to build a better, more relatable, more profitable brand. Recognized by Inc. Magazine as a Top Youth Marketer and named a Top Personal Branding Expert by Entrepreneur Magazine, Ryan helps thought leaders create and syndicate content that reveals their whole self to drive differentiation, growth, and loyalty. His 3-1-3® Method empowers employees to express their value in relation to the company and gives leaders a way to translate complex business systems into language that’s relatable for customers. Ryan highlights the expertise of people within companies as the core talent behind the corporate brand, which drives reputation, trust and more clients to their businesses.

A student of keeping things simple and powerful, Ryan is also a stick figure artist. Starting as a personal challenge from Tony Robbins in 2015, Ryan creates daily stick figure drawings that both inspire and give insights of how to better communicate your personal brand. His unique drawings are very popular across social media and you can find them featured in children’s books, business books, blogs, websites, news publications and more. Learn more about Ryan and the problems he solves by visiting ryanfoland.com.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Dan Hoffman, Founder and CEO of Circles

Introduction: How Will Doing What Anyone Can Do Help Me? Chapter 1: No One Does It Alone, So Why Should You?

Chapter 2: The Power of Exploring, Discovering, and Expressing What You Want

Chapter 3: Building Your Dream Team and Keeping Squares Out of Your Circle

Chapter 4: The Yin and Yang of Expectations and Goals

Chapter 5: We Learn Better When We Learn Together

Chapter 6: Asking Questions and Listening for Understanding

Chapter 7: Communication and the Power of the Safe Haven

Chapter 8: Good Givers Are Great Getters

Chapter 9: Why Being a Good Teammate Matters

Chapter 10: High-Performing Groups and High-Performing Teams

Chapter 11: Crafting a People Plan

Chapter 12: A Call to Action and Poetry

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