Featured Interview with Erika Andersen

Business Thinker, Speaker, and Author

New York, NY

Listen to this interview to learn:

  • Why being a novice is so important for business leaders.
  • How executives have started to put resources behind developing their own leaders and managers to succeed at a higher level.
  • What key inflection points made the biggest difference in growing Proteus in the last 10 years.
  • Six characteristics and skill sets of effective leaders.

Expert Bio

Since 1980, Erika Andersen has developed a reputation for creating approaches to learning and business-building that are uniquely tailored to her clients’ challenges, goals, and culture. She and her colleagues at Proteus International, Inc. offer practical methods and skills for individuals, teams, and companies to clarify and then achieve their hoped-for-future.

Much of her recent work has focused on organizational visioning and strategy, executive coaching, and management and leadership development. In these capacities she has served as consultant and advisor to the CEOs and top executives of a number of corporations, including MTV Networks, Rockwell Automation, Turner Broadcasting, GE, TJX, NBC Universal, Union Square Hospitality Group, and Cablevision Corporation.

She has been invited to share her insights about managing people and creating successful businesses by speaking to corporations, non-profit groups and national associations. Her books and learning guides have been translated into several languages, and she has been quoted in a variety of national publications, including Glamour, Fortune, and The New York Times. She is the author of Growing Great Employees: Turning Ordinary People into Extraordinary Performers and Being Strategic: Plan for Success; Outthink Your Competitors; Stay Ahead of Change, as well as the author and host of Being Strategic with Erika Andersen on Public Television.

For more information, visit Erika’s website.

Contact Info for Erika Andersen

Business Phone: 212-830-9870

Web address: ErikaAndersen.com

Travels From: New York, NY

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