Omar Khan attended University College Oxford and then went on to Stanford Law School. He was one of the early pioneers of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Transformational Learning. He has lived in the US, Egypt, Germany, the UK, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Dubai, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Singapore. Omar is the founder and senior partner of Sensei International, a global leadership development firm which operates in the Americas, the UK, Singapore, Dubai, South Asia and shortly in Australia. Key clients have included 3M, American Express, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Nestle, HSBC, Singapore Airlines, The Ritz-Carlton, Raffles, BusinessWeek, Microsoft, Motorola, Hewlett-Packard, Young Presidents' Organization and the Catholic Church. Omar's previous books include Synergy and Timeless Leadership. His articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Peter Drucker's Leader to Leader, The Conference Board, Consulting News, Strategy and Leadership, Personal Excellence Magazine and many others. He lives with his wife Leslie in New York City. Paul B. Brown writes the What's Offline column that runs every Saturday in New York Times and the Tool Kit column and is co-author (with his wife Alison Davis) of Dream Home Diaries on the paper's website. A former writer and editor of BusinessWeek, Financial World, Forbes and Inc., Brown is the author or co-author of more than two dozen books, including the international best-seller Customers for Life (with Carl Sewell). A graduate of Rutgers College and the Rutgers University School of Law, Paul has homes on Cape Cod Bay and in suburban New York City.