Podcast: The Power of One

Best-selling author Marshall Goldsmith on transforming leaders, one habit at a time.

Marshall Goldsmith | Leadership Coach

James Rowe | UPS Longitudes

In his latest of 35 books, executive coach Marshall Goldsmith talks about the things that keep us from being the best we can be. Triggers discusses how to identify the stimuli that impact our behavior and learn how to avoid being controlled by them. In this podcast, Longitudes editor James Rowe talks with Goldsmith one on one about how to achieve positive long-term change in your career and in life. There are four keys, Goldsmith says – listen to the podcast for insights.

Want more leadership tips? Goldsmith and others recommended favorites here last year.


[Also on Longitudes: VIDEO: Jeremy Rifkin Has Seen the Future]



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Marshall Goldsmith is an American leadership coach and author of management-related literature.

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1 Comment

  1. Theron

    Good Interview – 11 packed minutes of insights – any one of which will provide value to a leader. I particularly like the one – stop, breathe and ask yourself “Is it worth it?”

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