Carmine Gallo is the communication skills coach
Bill George is professor of management practice at Harvard Business School and author of 7 Lessons for Leading in Crisis, True North, and Authentic Leadership. The former chair and CEO of Medtronic, he currently serves on the boards of ExxonMobil and Goldman Sachs. Read more at www.BillGeorge.org, or follow him on Twitter @Bill_George.
Lindsey Gerdes is a staff editor for BusinessWeek, a position she assumed in June, 2006. Previously, Gerdes was an intern at Newsweek. She has done freelance assignments for Fortune Small Business. Gerdes is a graduate of Stanford University.
Bruno Giussani is a Swiss writer, tech entrepreneur, conference host and the author of "Roam: Making Sense of the Wireless Internet." He blogs at http://www.LunchOverIP.com. For BusinessWeek.com Giussani writes the monthly EuroScan column, discussing innovation in Europe.
Dr. Subir Gokarn is executive director and chief economist with CRISIL, India's leading rating, financial news, risk, and policy advisory company. He has also worked at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research in Mumbai and the National Council of Applied Economic Research in New Delhi, where he was chief economist in charge of the industry and infrastructure division. He is a columnist for Asia Insight.
Marshall Goldsmith is a world authority at helping successful leaders grow by achieving positive, lasting behavioral change in themselves, their people, and their teams. In November 2009, he was ranked as one of the field's 15 most influential business thinkers in a study involving 35,000 respondents that was published by The Times of London and Forbes. Dr. Goldsmith's books have sold over a million copies and have been translated into more than 25 languages. His best selling books include What Got You Here Won't Get You There (also a Longman Award Winner for business book of the year) and his most recent, MOJO: How to Get It, How to Keep It, and How to Get It Back If You Lose It.
Anastasia Goodstein is the publisher of Ypulse.com. Her book, Totally Wired: What Teens and Tweens Are Really Doing Online, was published by St. Martin's Press in March, 2007.
Vijay Govindarajan is the Earl C. Daum 1924 Professor of International Business at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He writes a blog and a newsletter on innovation and execution. His most recent book is The Other Side of Innovation, co-authored with Chris Trimble.
Charles H. Green is the founder and CEO of Trusted Advisor Associates, co-author of The Trusted Advisor, and author of Trust-Based Selling. Green works as an executive educator, consultant, and speaker on the role of trust in business. His past clients include Shell Oil, Accenture, and Deloitte. He has taught in executive education programs at Kellogg and Columbia business schools, and has written for the Harvard Business Review, American Lawyer, and the CPA Journal. He is a contributing editor at Raintoday.com and writes the blog TrustMatters.
Stephen Green is a Shanghai-based senior economist at Standard Chartered Bank and the author of China's Stockmarket: A Guide to Its Progress, Players and Prospects and The Development of China's Stockmarket, 1984-2002: Equity Politics and Market Institutions. He has a PhD from the London School of Economics and has been a visiting researcher at Fudan University in Shanghai and at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. He is a columnist for Asia Insight.
Joseph Grenny is co-author of three New York Times bestsellers: Influencer, Crucial Conversations, and Crucial Confrontations. His new book, Change Anything, made its debut in April 2011.Grenny is a consultant to corporations and co-founder of VitalSmarts, a firm that specializes in corporate training and organizational performance.
David Gumpert is a journalist who blogs regularly about the business of health and has written a number of books about small business and entrepreneurship, including Burn Your Business Plan! His latest book is, The Raw Milk Revolution: Behind America's Emerging Battle Over Food Rights.