C-10 Podcast: Marc Pitman, Ep. 50

Leadership coach and author Marc Pitman (right) shares some fantastic thoughts from his new book, “The Surprising Gift of Doubt.” (Matt Fulks doesn’t need to be asked twice to wear a bow tie, although this is the first time he’s done it during a podcast.)


We have a signed book to give away this week! But first…

This podcast, as you know, focuses mainly on leadership and mentoring. What better person to have on this week than a leadership coach and someone who, literally, wrote a book about leadership.  

Marc Pitman is the CEO of the Concord Leadership Group. He has a Masters in Organizational Leadership and certification as a FranklinCovey Coach. His clients have included Maine Public Broadcasting, Georgetown University, Habitat for Humanity, and the Association of the U.S. Army.

In essence, he helps leaders lead their teams with more effectiveness and less stress. His latest book is “The Surprising Gift of Doubt: Use Uncertainty to Become the Exceptional Leader You Are Meant to Be.” He’s also the author of “Ask Without Fear!” – which has been translated into Dutch, Polish, Spanish, and Mandarin.

Marc’s expertise and enthusiasm engages audiences around the world both in person and with online presentations. And has caught the attention of media organizations as diverse as The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Al Jazeera, Fox News, SUCCESS magazine, and Real Simple. Marc tweets regularly at @marcapitman.



We have a signed copy of “The Surprising Gift of Doubt” to give away to one lucky winner. To be entered into the drawing, simply visit our contact page and let us know why you listen to C-10 and where you’re listening from. We’ll have a drawing on Wednesday, May 5, at 10a CDT.

For more information about Marc’s book, please visit this link.

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