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Lisa Petrilli is Chief Executive Officer of C-Level Strategies, Inc. and is passionate about visionary leadership. She empowers C-suite executives and emerging leaders to create clear, compelling, inspiring visions for their companies and teams in order to transform them and grow them exponentially. She works with CEO Connection as Chief Relationship Officer, and is the Chief Operating and Marketing Officer for the To Be a Woman global platform. She is the author of the new eBook, "The Introvert’s Guide to Success in Business and Leadership," which can be found at www.TheIntrovertsGuide.net, and of her Visionary Leadership blog at www.LisaPetrilli.com. She is Co-Founder and Co-Host of #LeadershipChat every Tuesday evening at 8:00 pm Eastern Time on Twitter, and would love to see you there! Hire and connect with Lisa via LeadChange, website, LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.

Introvert CEO: 3 Keys to Leadership Success

The Introverted CEO's Guide to Success in Leadership

You’re an introvert who’s just been named CEO.  You know what got you to this point successfully, but you also know that 40% of CEOs last no more than two years in office. You’re wondering if the approach you brilliantly used to reach the top as an introvert will be the most effective one now » Read More


How We As Leaders Give Our Leadership Power Away


Have you ever watched a football game on TV?  Of course you have. Ever seen a really bad play that clearly did not go the way the Head Coach or the team had planned?  All the time. What happens next? In the span of, I don’t know, maybe 30 seconds the entire competitive landscape is » Read More


5 Things Every CEO Should Know About Talent Alignment

What Every CEO Should Know About Talent Alignment | Lead Change Group

I wrote a post for this Lead Change Blog a few months ago entitled, “The Number One Thing CEOs Wish They’d Done Differently.”  In that post I talked about how invariably when CEOs are asked, “What’s the one thing you wish you’d done differently when you took your role” they say, “I wish I’d moved » Read More


The Business-Altering Difference Between Vision and Mission

Reflective Mood

This post was originally published on Lisa’s blog here. My inner Isis (you’ll remember her from my Goddess of Vision post) is pretty ticked off, and she’s been that way since Thursday when I had a conversation that went something like this… Me: Can you articulate your vision for the organization? Him: Yes, we have a vision statement. Me: » Read More


What CEOs Can Learn From the Goddess of Vision

Medium Isis

I recently attended a conference at which a number of CEOs and marketing executives were present.  One morning when at a breakfast table with seven others the discussion turned, as it often does, to how we could be of help to each other. One CEO in the group asked the marketers present for some creative » Read More


The Absolute Best Reason for Bringing Values to Leadership

first light

I am very blessed to have CEO Connection as one of my clients. It’s an organization connecting CEOs of companies with more than $100 million in revenues and I spend time with the CEOs early on in their membership as Co-Chair of the Membership Committee. One of the perks of the job is that I am » Read More


The Number One Thing CEOs Wish They’d Done Differently

Think About

I’m quite fortunate to be part of the team at CEO Connection, working closely with our CEO members on a daily basis.  One of the real perks of my role is the opportunity to meet with small, intimate groups of these executives five times a year in different locales around the world At these meetings » Read More


Leadership is a Gift. Four Signs You’re Worthy

Gift Red Box

In addition to the blog posts created specifically for the Lead Change blog, many of our Contributors write for other blogs as well. We’ve established a “Best of the Blogs” series featuring favorite leadership posts offered by our contributing writers. The ability to lead is a rare gift. The opportunity to lead is just as precious. » Read More

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