About Russell Bishop

Having started five successful companies and consulted to leadership teams around the world, Russell has become a recognized expert in personal and organization transformation, helping individuals and companies create unparalleled success.

One of the early pioneers in the field of large group personal development, he created Insight Seminars in 1978, followed by Insight Consulting Group.  In the mid-1980's he co-founded Productivity Development Group along with David Allen. To date, well over one million people in 43 countries have participated in seminars designed by Russell.

In 2000, Russell started Bishop & Bishop, a business consulting firm specializing in performance acceleration helping companies implement business strategies and achieve dynamic performance improvement.

His clients include Fortune 500 companies in aerospace, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, information technology, telecommunications and energy. He has extensive international experience working in England, France, Germany, Spain, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Hong Kong, as well as all across North and South America.

Russell worked with Arianna Huffington to build out several sections of Healthy Living and served as Editorial Director for the Huffington Post's GPS for the Soul. His weekly blogs focusing on improving the quality of personal and professional life have been read by tens of thousands of readers.

Russell received a Master's degree in Educational Psychology from the University of California at Davis and currently resides in Santa Barbara, California. Russell is an avid golfer and amateur chef.




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“Russell possesses an uncommon ability to inspire clarity and provoke transformational change in individuals and organizations.”

David Allen, Chairman, Bestselling author of “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity”


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