Leading an Extraordinary Life Under Extraordinary Circumstances with Author Darren J. Gold—ECEO Darren J. Gold
We’ve been led to believe that leadership is about motivating, inspiring and influencing other people, which is particularly challenging in times of uncertainty. But Darren J. Gold contends that to effectuate real change, we have to focus on ourselves first and lead by BEING, not doing. So, how do we learn to be present in the midst of chaos? And how do we lead our families and organizations through the extraordinary circumstances we’re experiencing right now?
Darren J. Gold is a Managing Partner at The Trium Group, a management consulting firm based in San Francisco, California. He is one of the world’s leading executive coaches for CEOs and leadership teams, serving companies like Disney, Lululemon Athletica and Paramount, among many other globally renowned organizations. Darren is also the author of Master Your Code: The Art, Wisdom, and Science of Leading an Extraordinary Life.
Today, Darren joins Rebecca Linder to offer insight on how to lead effectively in highly uncertain times, discussing the leader’s role in lowering the anxiety in an organization. He shares strategies for showing up strong and centered and leveraging physiology to optimize your team’s performance. Listen in for Darren’s advice on choosing the beliefs that serve you and shaping your own experience in this extraordinary time.
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I am a Managing Partner of The Trium Group, where I serve as an executive coach to the CEOs of many of the world’s most influential companies. I am the author of the book Master Your Code: The Art, Wisdom, and Science of Leading an Extraordinary Life. The book has received significant praise from the CEOs of companies like The Home Depot, Lululemon, Dropbox, StubHub, Roche, and from experts in the field of leadership and personal development like Greg McKeown, author of the NYT best seller Essentialism. The feedback has been tremendous, with some calling Master Your Code “the most important thing I’ve read in years” and “one of the great personal development books of our generation.”
Darren’s Twitter account is darrenjgold
Amazon book link here
Darren’s recent TedX talk link here