Vince Molinaro travels the world helping organizations successfully transform themselves by building strong leadership cultures with highly engaged and truly accountable leaders.
A New York Times bestselling author, speaker and leadership adviser, Molinaro is the global managing director of the Lee Hecht Harrison leadership transformation practice.
As a senior executive himself, Molinaro doesn’t just preach leadership accountability – he lives it every day. His passion for strong leadership extends to his writing and global research. He is a go-to source for media, and his writing has been featured regularly in some of the world’s leading business publications, including The Harvard Business Review, Forbes and The World Economic Forum.
Molinaro’s bestselling book, The Leadership Contract (Wiley 2016), now in its second edition, is a must-read for all leaders. It currently serves as the foundation for culture change and leadership development at companies around the world. Molinaro has also co-authored two other books: Leadership Solutions (Jossey-Bass, 2007) and The Leadership Gap (Wiley, 2005).
He believes that company’s ultimate differentiator comes from building a strong community of leaders and so he shares his weekly insights and best practices on leadership through his Gut Check for Leaders blog (www.theleadershipcontract.com). He can also be followed on Twitter @VinceMolinaro and Facebook.
Molinaro and his family live near Toronto, Canada.