We are Geoff, Randy, and Alan.
We are business leaders, bestselling authors, and social entrepreneurs. We are not academics. We are not retired CEOs, and this is not a memoir. We are not self-proclaimed gurus or TV evangelists.
We are three guys who love the topic of helping leaders amplify their positive impact on the world. That is why we write books.
Geoff Smart is the #1 thought leader on the #1 topic in business. He is Chairman & Founder of ghSMART, a leadership consulting firm that serves Fortune 500 CEOs and boards, billionaire entrepreneurs, and heads of state. He is the New York Times bestselling author of Who, Leadocracy, and Power Score: Your Formula for Leadership Success. Geoff and his colleagues donate hundreds of hours per year to advise leaders in Education, Public Health, and Government. He is the Founding Chairman of two 501c3 not-for-profit organizations: SMARTKids Leadership Program® and The Leaders Initiative®.
Randy Street is the Managing Partner of ghSMART. Randy has served as a leadership advisor to boards, CEOs, and executive teams for over 15 years. He is also a popular keynote speaker with a dynamic and energetic style that routinely generates the highest audience satisfaction scores possible. In collaboration with Geoff Smart, the firm’s CEO, Randy co-authored Who: The A Method for Hiring (Random House, 2008), which is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, USA Today, and Publisher’s Weekly best seller. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, and other leading publications, and has appeared on leading television programs such as Fox Business News with Neil Cavuto.
Alan Foster is a Partner at ghSMART. He co-leads ghSMART’s U.K. Office. He serves leading Fortune 500 senior executives, private equity firms and non-profit leaders. His clients include Centerbridge Partners, Berkshire Partners, and many other leading organizations. Alan co-authored the Wall Street Journal bestselling book, Power Score – Your formula for leadership success and he leads ghSMART’s executive learning practice.