CEO, Author, Speaker
I help leaders achieve leadership excellence so they can spend more time on things that are truly valuable.
Larry Stybel is a doctoral level (Harvard University) psychologist and CEO who is co-author of NAVIGATING THE WATERFALL. This is a leadership and career management book that is ranked 13th percentile among the 1.8 Million books sold on Amazon.com. PSYCHOLOGY TODAY publishes his perspectives on leadership every month. To date there have been 220,000 downloads.
Larry’s company provides retained search focusing on Boards of Directors and CEOs; leadership succession and development; and executive outplacement.
Clients include 21% of the one hundred companies named by FORTUNE MAGAZINE as “Best Employers” in the United States.
His views on leadership are frequently quoted in the WALL STREET JOURNAL and his articles on leadership have been published in HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW, and CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW.
He has given talks at national conventions of the Financial Executives International, Society for Information Management, Tax Executives International, and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Improvement (MAPI). He also has given keynote speeches at the Legends World Sports Conference: the annual meeting of retired professional basketball players from the National Basketball Association, the Women’s Basketball Association, and the Harlem Globetrotters.
Larry has given talks to alumni and students at the following institutions of higher education: Dalian Institute of Technology in China, Georgetown, Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University, Harvard University Business School, MIT Sloan School, University of Edinburgh, and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
- Developing and Expanding Board Options in Your Career
- Calm Assertive Leadership: how to fake it until you become it
- Growth Without Destroying Greatness: how to balance the entrepreneurs’ passion with the rigors of scaling-up
- The Knowledge Worker Paradox: what happens when smart technical professionals lack a common system to diagnose workplace relationships yet must get work done in teams.
Larry in the media – Learn more here
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