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August 2018

Peter is passionate about transformation and has shared his philosophies, learnings and strategies in countless speaking engagements to hundreds of thousands of leaders, on four continents.

START BY LEADING YOURSELF The world is in the grip of Coronavirus chaos and market mayhem. Emotional contagion is spreading even faster than the virus. At a time like this, what do we want from our leaders? Calm, of course. We also want reassurance, compassion, hope and clarity about the pathways

This short blog and video is designed to help you explore possibility and potential; to conceive goals that are transformational, not incremental. The content comes from Enixa, my new digital product, which aims to democratize transformation Somersault into the future If we think about how we develop a goal, a vision

A version of this article appeared in the November 2011 issue of Harvard Business Review. Fire, snowball, mask, movie: How Leaders Spark and Sustain Change What does it take for an ineffective manager to become a highly effective leader? Talk to 50 top CEOs, management consultants, and academics, and you’ll get a different answer from

PROVEN PRINCIPLES TO ACCELERATE YOUR JOURNEY A law is often described as a principle leading to a predictable result. The Seven Laws of Transformation described in this whitepaper are the principles that pave the pathway to transformation. Why seven? Well, it always seems to be seven. The Seven Habits of Highly

HOW LEADERS SUSTAIN CHANGE There are thousands of books presenting dozens of lists on the attributes of great leaders, so I decided to focus my research on a slightly different question. If I’m an ordinary human being, how do I actually become one of the great leaders I read about in

Leadership is a mindset, not a position. We often think that power and leadership are synonymous, but they are two very different things. The following content comes from Enixa, which aims to democratize transformation

A SIMPLE FRAMEWORK TO ACHIEVE MORE WITH LESS EFFORT In the experience of my colleagues and me, senior leaders will only adopt and apply frameworks when they possess the rigor required for credibility, with the simplicity required for action. The ‘What, So What, Now What’ (WSN) framework is one such framework.