Superboss Defined

Great coaches.

Igniters of talent.

Teachers of leadership.

If you study the top fifty leaders in any field, as many as one-third will have once worked for a Superboss.

  • 10 Years of research
  • 250 Interviews
  • Nearly every industry
  • From the glamorous to the mundane

A select few visionaries in nearly every industry have mastered something most bosses miss—a path to extraordinary success founded on making other people successful.

Superbosses Possess Skills that Most Bosses Don’t Even Think of Pursuing

Geniuses at helping other people accomplish more than they ever thought possible.
Not “team-building” or “mentoring”, but something much deeper.
They transform protégés from talented apprentices to stars and superstars in their own right.

These Skills are Significant

It’s the only way organizations will win over the long term – generate and regenerate talent on a continuous basis. Single best thing you can do to avoid failure.
Solution to a problem every organization must answer – how to survive, how to win, how to change.

These Skills Can Be Learned

You are not born a Superboss.
Superboss behaviors can be learned.
Organizations can train managers, leaders, and future managers to be Superbosses.