Mike Myatt, widely regarded as America's Top CEO Coach, is the author of "Leadership Matters...The CEO Survival Manual" and is the Managing Director and Chief Strategy Officer at N2growth. As a top CEO Coach he has the pleasure of working with many of the nation's leading companies and their best executives. As an advisor, speaker, and author, Mike Myatt has been recognized as one of the world's top 25 leadership experts, and is acclaimed for his contributions to the field of leadership.
As an executive Mike Myatt has held numerous C-suite positions, as an entrepreneur he has been a principal in 4 successful ventures, and as a professional advisor he has worked with clients ranging from successful CEOs & other public figures to Fortune 100 companies. Some of Mr. Myatt's accomplishments prior to serving as Managing Director and Chief Strategy Officer at N2growth include serving as President and COO of a commercial real estate investment bank, Managing Director of a law firm, Director of Internet Strategy for the country's largest web enablement firm, and he founded what was prior to its sale one of the country's Top 50 interactive advertising agencies.
Mr. Myatt is also a syndicated columnist and contributing editor on topics of leadership and innovation, and his works are read by more than 1 million people per month. His theories and practices have been taught at many of the nation's top business schools, and his work has been noted in several publications including: Psychology Today, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Chicago Sun Times, Success, Personal Branding, Washington Times, Chief Executive Magazine and others. He is also the author and moderator of the N2growth Blog, which is considered to be one of the top leadership blogs on web, and was recognized as the #1 consulting blog of 2009 by Postrank. Mr. Myatt also frequently presents webcasts for CEOs and entrepreneurs and keynotes on topics of leadership, branding, innovation and social media. Mr. Myatt has been married for nearly three decades with two married children and one grandchild.
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Email Mike Myatt: m.myatt [at] n2growth [dot] com
Phone: 800-944-GoN2 (4662)
Working with Board and C-level executives on matters of leadership, strategy and innovation.
Leadership Matters…Whether through malice or naiveté, those who tolerate the abuse of leadership, or turn a blind eye to poor leadership place us all at risk. Poor leadership cripples businesses, ruins economies, destroys families, loses wars, and can bring the demise of nations. The demand for real leaders has never been greater - when society misunderstands the importance of leadership, and when the world inappropriately labels non-leaders as leaders we are all worse for the wear. Nothing inspires change and innovation like great leadership, and likewise, there is no more costly legacy system to maintain than poor leadership. Put simply, the greatest testimony to the power of real leadership is what happens in its absence - very little.
CEO and board level coaching assignments, speaking and teaching opportunities and anything having to do with leadership.
There is a lot of talk about the importance of culture, and rightly so. An intentional focus on creating culture by design produces the glue that holds communities and organizations together and allows them to thrive. Contrast this with the abundance of train-wrecks that occur as a result of a culture that evolves by default over time and you'll quickly see why culture is important. Most people won't debate the importance of culture, but they vehemently argue over how culture should be built. My premise about what the major construct of a cultural ecosystem should look like is more than hypothetical - it's undeniable by anyone who studies successful organizations with an open mind. My TED story is about how to create a culture based upon an ethos that empowers, attracts, differentiates, and sustains. The ONLY culture that flourishes over the long haul is a culture of leadership.
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