The executive team of a company is one of the company's most valuable resources. Efficient and effective operation, as a team, is critical to the team’s ability to produce the clearest analysis and best decisions possible.
This is ever more critical as the pace of business speeds up, as business becomes more global and as diversity in leadership teams expands.
Creating a smoothly-operating team requires early, direct, conscious and collaborative planning on the parts of the senior team members.
A high functioning executive team can capture the best ideas of all of its members and improve on them.
Director of Action Learning at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Worked with the Leading Change and Organizational Renewal (LCOR) executive course at both Stanford and Harvard for the past ten years, designing and participating in the action learning component of the course, facilitating work groups, and training other facilitators in the action learning approach. Taught the LCOR material both during on-campus courses and in follow-up onsite workshops with participating companies.
Worked with MBA students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in the Leadership Development Program.
Faculty for the American Leadership Forum in Silicon Valley.
Designed and taught a course on the Psychodynamics of Executive Leadership with the late Edwin Nevis, PhD, at the Gestalt Center in Wellfleet, Massachusetts.
Clinical Clerkships - The Heart of Professional Development, Surviving Medical Series Volume 7, Sage Publications, Inc. 2000 ( During his residency and post-doc fellowship at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Peter conducted original research on the social psychology of medical work environments in general and the anatomy lab in particular which was the basis for Clinical Clerkships.)
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