Jul 27, 2020
Randall Stutman is founder and co-head of the Leadership
Practice at CRA. and the Admired Leadership Institute. Randall is
probably the top executive coach that you’ve never heard of before.
He’s spent 30 years coaching and learning about the behaviors and
routines of extraordinary leaders. To give you a sense, he was
worked in the White House and the Olympics, with something like
2,000 senior executives and 400 CEOs, and in our world, the most
senior executives at JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and
Blackstone. Randall is also well known among the titans in the
hedge fund community, where he’s worked with many of the industry’s
leading funds. And he’s done all of this entirely by word of mouth
Randall was one of the first people I asked to come on the show three years ago, and he respectfully declined – at that point in time not wanting share the uncovered behaviors that drive his work. A few months ago, he and his partners launched Admired Leadership, an online course with short videos of 100 behaviors repeated by the most talented CEOs. The course is extraordinary. It’s so ridiculously good that I started sharing a link to it in my email signature as a gift to those who don’t know about it.
Our conversation covers Randall’s path to coaching and the coaching process. We cover behaviors common among hedge fund managers, the admired leadership course, and examples across inspiring others, decision making, time management, and elevating performance. We close with Randall’s thoughts on behaviors that allocators can identify in their manager research.
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