Bestselling Author and Managing Partner of Bishop & Bishop
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Bestselling Author Russell Bishop talks to Bill Ringle about how selective focus allows you to stay on track and be productive.
Listen to this interview to learn:
- What it means to have a solo focus rather than an organizational focus
- Why strategy and objectives DON’T matter
- A perspective on complaining that can transform the conversation into one of contribution
- How good questions provoke clear thinking
- Two simple questions to ask yourself to stay on track and productive
Russell Bishop talks with Bill Ringle about alignment and empowerment within organizations as key growth drivers.
Russell Bishop is Managing Partner for Bishop & Bishop, a boutique consulting and coaching company. His seminars, coaching, and consulting expertise offer individuals and organizations a new approach to integrating personal and spiritual values into their personal and professional lives. As an internationally regarded speaker, educator, and consultant, his corporate clients include Fortune 500 executives in aerospace, healthcare, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, information technology, telecommunications and oil and gas.
Having started five different organizations in his career, Russell is well versed in the growth and expansion challenges faced by founding entrepreneurs and CEO’s. Executives and senior teams frequently engage his services on issues of leadership, growth and work-life balance. In 1978, he created Insight Seminars, one of the largest and most successful personal transformation programs in the world, with well over one million graduates in 34 countries.
In addition to his bestselling book, Workarounds That Work: How to Overcome Anything That Stands in Your Way at Work, he is the author of hundreds of articles on the power of choice and awareness and a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post. He has also lectured on productivity for the executive MBA programs at UCLA, University of Texas and Washington University in St. Louis.
For more information, visit Russell’s website.
Contact Info for Russell Bishop
Web address: RussellBishop.com
Travels From: Los Angeles, CA