A conversation with Leo Bottary and Randy Cantrell on the Peernovation Podcast about conversational capacity and why you should never trust your brain!

Our podcasting journey began with Year Of The Peer Podcast (influenced by Leo’s first book, The Power of Peers). That podcast gave rise to Leo’s second book and our second podcast season, What Anyone Can Do. Now, we’re rebranding the podcast to reflect Leo’s upcoming third book, with a laser focus on building high performing teams. Welcome to Peernovation.

Our first guest is Craig Weber, author/speaker, and leader of The Weber Consulting Group. Craig authored Conversational Capacity and Influence In Action, books that provide valuable frameworks on how people can better engage in effective communication for improved performance.

Craig Weber

Craig Weber

Known for his impactful work and his engaging delivery, Craig Weber is a sought after speaker, author, and consultant. His pioneering ideas about conversational capacity and adaptive learning are outlined in his bestselling book, Conversational Capacity: The Key To Building Successful Teams That Perform When The Pressure Is On (McGraw-Hill, 2013), his new book Influence in Action: How to Build Your Conversational Capacity, Do Meaningful Work, and Make a Powerful Difference (McGraw-Hill, 2019), and his popular Conversational Capacity eCourse.