Leaders are Authentic

The True Essence of Leadership

Our guest is Chris Steely, who trains business leaders with GPS Business Group. Chris is a highly decorated Marine Corps logistics officer, and a national collegiate rowing champion, gold medalist and coach. He tells us about the relationship between sales and leadership, and why ego has no place in true leadership. Chris talks about authentic leadership, the importance of innovation, and how the best leaders are continually raising standards. 

The Hidden Opportunity of Insecurity

By Justin Foster

No leader is 100% confident all of the time. Sure, leaders are expected to be confident and certain during pivotal moments, but we also understand that they are human. When rolling challenges arise, fatigue and stress numb the senses, and eventually insecurity begins to emerge. The difference between a great leader and a poor leader is how he or she views insecurity. 

Leaders’ Personalities: Determined or Developed?

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By Andy Johnson

A significant portion of my work as an executive coach involves assisting existing and emerging leaders to accept themselves.  A big part of who they are, the part they often need to fully embrace, is their personality.  The following question frequently comes up, “Is my personality inherited or developed?”  Before I answer that question, let me define some important terms.

Build a Creative Brand One Person at a Time

Today our guest is Courtney Feider, who is a creative disruption strategist, speaker and business advisor with Price Associates. Courtney talks about the importance of cultivating creativity in your organization and making sure your culture is authentic. She also talks about the four paradigm shifts that are happening in business today, and how you can leverage them within your company. 

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