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From the office to the home, and everywhere in between, 21st-century life is busy, and trying to juggle it all can seem impossible. Is there a better approach?

“Work/life balance is the wrong metaphor,” notes Stew Friedman, whose visionary insights on “Total Leadership” have earned him a place in the 2023 class of the prestigious Thinkers50 Hall of Fame. “Instead, we can achieve ‘four-way wins,’ or improved performance in all domains of life.”

The Emeritus Professor of Management Practice at Wharton and founder of Total Leadership, Friedman’s bestseller, “Total Leadership: Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life,” serves as a blueprint for how to perform well as a leader, not by trading off between work, home and self, but by finding harmony among all four. Having conducted extensive research on the importance of bringing the whole person to work, his strategies are based on the principles of being real, being whole and being innovative by acting with authenticity, integrity and creativity.

An indisputable subject matter expert, Friedman is a true leader’s leader who helps individuals and teams find clearer purpose, feel more connected to the people who matter most and generate sustainable change. His induction amplifies his unparalleled value to executives and organizations interested in unlocking the potential for cohesive, impactful leadership that drives success across all realms of life.

When leaders act authentically, they not only become more innovative, but they also improve performance across all aspects of their lives outside of work. Stern Strategy Group connects you with renowned thought leaders whose insights, strategies and management frameworks help organizations fuel growth and disruptive innovation to better compete in a constantly changing world. Let us arrange for these esteemed experts to advise your organization via virtual and in-person consulting sessions, workshops and keynotes.

Wharton Professor Stew Friedman to Be Inducted into the Thinkers50 Hall of Fame was last modified: January 4th, 2024 by Meg Virag