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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
Marshall Goldsmith

Helping Leaders Change for the Better

An interview with Marshall Goldsmith

Unique challenges come with success. How you can recognize them, why it's hard to change, and what to do about it.

"Leaders need to look at what they should STOP doing, as well as what they need to do."

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Marshall Goldsmith is a coach to top executives in many of the world’s leading companies, a prominent speaker and educator, and the well-known author of many books and articles on leadership. He is one of the foremost authorities on how to help leaders achieve positive, measurable changes in their own behavior and in the behavior of their people and teams.

In his coaching career, Dr. Goldsmith has worked with over 70 CEOs and their management teams. He continues to conduct workshops for executives, high-potential leaders and HR professionals. Recently, the American Management Association named him one of the 50 greatest thinkers and business leaders who have most influenced the field of management. Forbes named him as one of the five most-respected executive coaches. Dr. Goldsmith also contributes a regular column to Fast Company.

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