Lee J. Colan, Ph.D., CEO Advisor and Best-Selling Leadership Author, Interviewed on Influential Entrepreneurs Podcast

During the interview, Lee discusses the extraordinary value proposition he provides clients. This field-tested healthy growth process is aligned with the unique needs of today’s workers and the requirements for today’s leader.  

Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network  


Colan explained that “The current environment has forced many of us to grow in ways we would have never imagined. Healthy growth is a choice. When you help others grow, you grow… and growing people fuels growing organizations. Extensive research by Gallup clearly shows that today’s worker is more purpose-driven, conversational, focused on strengths, and development-oriented. Leadership is a force multiplier when it comes to healthy growth. The leader sets the vision and expectations for the five growth factors. The result is healthy growth that is positive, strong, sustained, and serves all parties.”



About Lee Colan

Lee is an organizational psychologist and CEO advisor. He possesses a rare combination of skills as a corporate executive, business consultant, thought leader, prolific author, artful facilitator and engaging presenter.

He applies an in-depth understanding of business, science, people, and organizations to help leaders and organizations grow. As a result, he quickly helps leaders bring order where there is chaos, clarity, ambiguity, and growth where there is decline.

Lee has authored 15 popular leadership books that have been translated into 10 languages, including the bestselling Engaging the Hearts and Minds of All Your Employees and Stick with It: Mastering the Art of Adherence. He has also created over 50 products that equip and encourage leaders at every level.

Lee currently serves on the Board of Directors for Pacific Seafood Group, the largest fully integrated seafood company in North America.

Lee regularly gifts his time to numerous individuals and agencies. Some of those agencies include The United Way, North Texas Food Bank, and Grace Bridge.

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