Author Archives: Mir Khalid Ali

Are You Spending Your Time On What Really Matters? (Article)

In a recent article for Forbes, Pavel Krapivin talks about Harry’s book, Your 168: Finding Purpose and Satisfaction in a Values-Based Life: “Arguably the productivity industry was born with Adam Smith when he first proposed specialization as a means of getting the best out of people. This was then taken that bit further by Frederick Taylor and his theory of

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Finding Peace: Just Answer ‘Yes’​ to Two Simple Questions (Article)

By Marshall Goldsmith Over the past several years, I have had the opportunity to facilitate eight two-day sessions with transitioning CEOs on the topic of ‘Creating a Great Rest of Your Life’. It is not necessarily easy to go from being a CEO to being something else! The leaders in these sessions are all amazingly successful from a socio-economic perspective.

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Register for Webinar with Harry

Northwestern Kellogg’s Executive Education program hosts Harry for a webinar this Thursday, September 24th. Registration link and details as follows: Topic: Your Leadership, Your 168, & What Matters Most Description: For our finale episode in this webinar series we welcome back Professor Harry Kraemer for an introspective yet forward looking discussion on what matters most to you and your leadership.

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Book Review: Your 168

  “Just published, but written before the pandemic, Harry Kraemer’s new book is extremely timely. Full of amusing stories and personal anecdotes to illustrate his thesis, the book carries a serious message, one he has honed teaching MBA students at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and through writing previous books on values-based leadership.” In the Summer 2020 issue of

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