In a world of disruption and constant change, where ambiguity is the norm, we actively drive
conversations as thought leaders across multiple industries to generate insights that lead to
pragmatic outcomes.

Books by The ExCo Group Mentors

Debbie Lee James-Aim High

Aim High

Chart Your Course and Find Success

As the 23rd Secretary of the Air Force (only the second woman to lead a US military service) and a successful business leader, Deborah reveals in Aim High: Chart Your Course

by Deborah Lee James

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Adam Bryant quick and nimble

Quick and Nimble

Lessons from Leading CEOs on How to Create a Culture of Innovation – Insights from The Corner Office

In Quick and Nimble, Adam Bryant draws on interviews with more than two hundred CEOs to offer business leaders the wisdom and guidance to move an organization faster, to be quick and nimble, and to rekindle the whatever-it-takes

by Adam Bryant

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The Corner Office

Indispensable and Unexpected Lessons from CEOs on How to Lead and Succeed

What does it take to reach the top in business and to inspire others? Adam Bryant of The New York Times decided to answer this and other questions by sitting down with more than seventy CEOs and asking them how they do their jobs and the most

by Adam Bryant

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John Schuster-the power of your past

The Power of Your Past

The Art of Recalling, Reclaiming, and Recasting

There’s nothing wrong with “living in the now”—except that it’s only part of our story. If we underuse or misuse our past, we’re losing a tremendous source of wisdom and self-knowledge. The problem isn’t the past itself, it’s that we don’t use it

by John Schuster

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Denice Kronau-Falling in love with work

Falling in Love with Work

A Practical Guide to Igniting Your Passion for Your Career

Most of us fantasize about what it would be like to walk away from work. Denice Kronau did it. On the surface, Denice had it all: a great job as CEO of a $100 million company, offices in thirty countries, and travel around the world.

by Denice Kronau

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