"If your actions inspire, empower and serve others to produce an improved state over an extended period of time, you are a leader"
In season 13 episode 7 John Eades covers 4 ways to protect yourself from becoming a bad leader.
Regardless of where you are on your leadership journey, it's never too early or late to discover ways to protect yourself from becoming a bad leader.
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In 2008, it was nearly impossible to get a loan in America because of the housing crisis. It was even harder to build a mortgage company in such a space. That didn’t deter Casey Crawford the CEO of Movement Mortgage. The company has become a top 10 loan originator in the world, employs 4,200 people and is changing the way organizations interact with their people.
“People don’t want to work in a hierarchical and bureaucratic environment, they want to feel they are part of a team, feel empowered, know what the boundaries are, and most importantly have a sense of play, purpose, and potential at work.” - Casey Crawford.
“The way you win in 2018 is to invite more people to the table and help more people. That’s the kind of individuals want to surround themselves with, that's the kind of companies people want to buy from, and the kind of communities people want to join.”
In season 13 episode 5 I am joined by Dan Tyre. He is an Executive at Hubspot and a Speaker, author, adviser, mentor, investor. His new book: The Inbound Organization.
In the episode we cover:
-Why it’s important to have a personal mission statement
- How to Win in 2018
- Why having a big heart is so important in today’s business world
- How Hubspot came to be what it is today
- Are their similarities to the Hubspot journey and personal leadership journey
- Why failure is an import lesson for anyone to learn
- How to manage relationships at home when professionals travel
- Why having a mentor is so important to your career
- Why setting goals is so important to success
- What is an M Spot
- 3 Lessons for any entrepreneur
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“We tend to overuse the commanding style of leadership but leadership is more about defining purpose, helping with direction, and shaping the environment around peoples action, not running people like a puppet.”
In season 13 episode 4, Garth Massey joins the show. He is the founder of MLMethods, a 22-year military veteran, speaker, husband, and father. You can learn more about Garth at Commandready.com or mlmethods.com
In our conversation we cover:
What about the military builds great leadership skills?
What does the military do to create discipline?
Why is discipline so important today?
What is commander’s intent?
Who are leaders who have a made a big impact we all can learn from?
Why the statue is a bad example of leadership.
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