22 Apr April 22, 2021 – Inc’s Leadership Guy Peter Economy and Rainbow Chameleon Jennifer Lansden
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At lot of us are blind to our own jerk behavior, our toxic
behavior. Look at yourself and make sure you are not the bad boss!
Peter Economy is the bestselling author of Managing for Dummies (more than 600,000 copies sold globally), Wait, I’m the Boss?!? and is The Leadership Guy at Inc.com, which averages over 500,000 page views a month for his more than 1,500 columns published to date. He routinely works with C-level executives, executive coaches, and business consultants worldwide.
Jennifer Lansden – Founder and CEO of Rainbow Chameleon
I focus on having clients think about breaking projects down into
small components to get initial feedback as soon as possible.
Jennifer is the Founder and CEO of Rainbow Chameleon, a technology and operations advisory firm, based in New York. Rainbow Chameleon helps early-stage startups and small businesses make the right decisions to grow and scale their businesses. She also sits on the advisory board for several startups and is currently the fractional CTO for a new Fintech. Before launching Rainbow Chameleon, Jennifer served as a Senior Technology Executive with over 19 years’ experience leading the technology vision, strategy, talent, and complex initiatives for large global financial institutions. She has a successful track record of implementing critical plans by driving multifunctional teams across application development, IT risk management, infrastructure, and enterprise-architecture teams. Her expertise spans risk and compliance technologies, data transformation, cloud, and other emerging technologies. Jennifer’s business acumen coupled with strong analytics, technical expertise, resourcefulness, foresight, interpersonal communication skills, and ability to develop partnerships provides her with the skills necessary to enable continuous improvement, risk mitigation, and operational efficiencies. Jennifer also participates in profit, non-profit, and volunteering initiatives that create exciting and engaging Science Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) programs for elementary and middle-school aged children.