Robert Thompson, author of “The Offsite: A Leadership Challenge Fable”, is a sought-after speaker and executive coach.
Founder of Applied Performance, a leadership and personal communication services company, Thompson’s clients have included AT&T, Amgen, Hewlett-Packard, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin, Qwest, Sony, Sun Microsystems, The Gap, and Visa to name a few. Thompson also was a senior consultant with the Tom Peters Company for many years.
Before founding Applied Performance, Thompson created, managed, and sold a successful regional newspaper publishing company and a national advertising sales company, which he guided to international prominence through relationships with Proctor and Gamble, General Motors, Bayer and other major corporations.
As the founder of a corporate nonprofit exchange program for aspiring post-communist business professionals, Thompson attained a key role in the Clinton-Yeltsin “Business for Russia” initiative. He has served on the board of advisors for a successful Internet start-up company and assisted the group through their initial public offering.
Thompson’s “Inside Out” approach gets below the generalities of “leadership,” “teamwork,” and “employee passion” to what people are really thinking about the actual effectiveness of their managers and teams… about their own fears of being exposed as a poser… about not knowing all the answers, or even the right questions… and turns it into bio fuel for organizational and personal advancement.
“Leadership is not about being the boss, telling people what to do, or having all the right answers. It’s about passion, personal commitment and eliminating the gap between beliefs and behaviors,” says Thompson.
“The Offsite: A Leadership Challenge Fable, published by Wiley/Jossey-Bass, is a compelling new book that debunks many long-held myths about leadership. It is available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com as well as bookstores everywhere.
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