Co-CEO of imageOne and author of the best-selling book, do nothing, The Most Rewarding Leadership Challenge You Will Ever Take
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About Rob: From Blow Pops to Forbes Best Small Companies! Rob started his first business in high school selling Blow Pops out of his locker. In 1991, he founded imageOne with his best friend, Joel Pearlman.
Rob has guided the company with a focus on their purpose: to deliver genuine care that consistently drives extraordinary energy, actions and experiences to every one, every day, every time. A unique approach to business that has driven the company to success in its industry. imageOne is simply the best at helping clients with technology solutions to optimize and manage print, automate business process, secure documents, and help ensure a safe and healthy work environment.
imageOne has been recognized as a Top 25 Small Businesses in Americaon the list of Forbes Small Giants, an Inc. Magazine Best Places to Work, as the number one Top Workplace in Michigan, a National Best and Brightest Company to Work For, one of Inc. 5000’s Fastest Growing Private Companies in America, a Positive Workplace by the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and Crain’s Detroit Cool Places to Work.
Rob is the author of the best-selling book, donothing, the most rewarding leadership challenge you will ever take; a sought after speaker and host of the Leading with Genuine Care retreat and Leading with Genuine Care podcast. Rob challenges business leaders and entrepreneurs to look inward with mindfulness and meditation by sharing his own mindful leadership journey. In addition to his book, he is a senior contributor at Forbes, Thrive Global and the EO Octane Blog.
Rob is a past Member of the Board of Directors for the Small Giants Community, the Boys and Girls Club, former Chairman of the Boys and Girls Club Walk for the Future, and past President of the Detroit Chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. Rob was honored to receive the RARE Everyday Hero award for his work in the community.