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- Little Bets
- How To "Let Go" Of The Need To Control Everything And Empower Others
- Developing Effective Relationships With Colleagues
- Effectively Using Feedback - For Yourself And Other People
- Clarifying Your Personal Values And Motivations
- Having An Integrated Life: Being The Same Person At Home As At Work
- Teaching Others How To Be Leaders
- How To Develop Support Structures With Mentors, Friends, And Family
- How To Reduce Stress During Difficult Times
Entrepreneurship | Leadership | Sales | Strategic Planning
Peter Sims is the author of a forthcoming book from Simon & Schuster: Free Press entitled Little Bets--How small, strategically placed bets combined with a creative process and rigorous testing can produce great outcomes.
Previously, Mr. Sims was coauthor with Bill George of True North, the nationally bestselling book that The New York Times called "one of the most important books on leadership to come along in years." Before that, he established "Leadership Perspectives," a sought-after class at Stanford Business School. He has been published in Harvard Business Review, Fortune, and USA Today and he has spoken at and advised organizations such as Eli Lilly, Molson Coors, Current TV, Qualcomm, and Stanford University.
Peter Sims was also part of establishing and building the European Office of Summit Partners, a leading global investment company, where he worked with some of the world's most innovative companies, and served as a member of the Deloitte Touche Tomatsu Global Strategy Team. He holds an A.B. from Bowdoin College and an M.B.A. from Stanford. He grew up in small town near Lake Tahoe and is a sixth generation Californian.
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- Little Bets (2011)
- True North
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