Peter Winick

Living in the Age of Thought Leadership. Why individuals, teams, and organizations should be embracing the power of thought leadership.

Conversation Date: 09/28/2022

In this session, we will explore why thought leadership benefits individuals, teams, and organizations incredibly.  We will also discuss some of the “how to’s of thought leadership,” such as: 

How to get started?

How to stand out?

How to create, curate and deploy high-quality thought leadership consistently.

The importance of embracing a wide range of modalities.

Peter Winick

Peter Winick is the founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage. For the past two decades, he has helped individuals and organizations build and grow revenue streams by designing and growing their thought leadership platforms and acting as a guide and advisor for increasing business-to-business sales of thought leadership products.

His clients come from a diverse set of backgrounds and specialties. They include New York Times bestselling business book authors, members of the Speakers’ Hall of Fame, recipients of the Thinkers50 award, CEOs of public and privately held companies, and academics at prestigious institutions such as Yale, Wharton, Dartmouth, and London School of Business.

Peter has built his career and Thought Leadership Leverage to serve the needs of these individuals and others like them. Specifically, he uses his entrepreneurial experience and spirit, along with a passion for using relationships to leverage growth to help:

  • CEOs, business owners, and internal practice leaders looking to grow revenue revitalize marketing, and improve customer experience through applying the principles of thought leadership;
  • Other business leaders and experts seeking to build out their ideas into a platform so they can launch content and products to create a lasting impact in various companies around the globe; and,
  • “Traditional” thought leaders want to build or grow their practice, increase their content creation and marketing effectiveness, and extend their reach to existing and new clients.

Peter uses a combination of art, science, logic, focus, passion, and creativity to transform a thought leader’s great ideas into a platform and practice so they can effectively reach business leaders and executives to serve them the tools they and their organizations need.

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