Does focusing on bringing value to others–actually placing their interests first–mean that you’re more likely to lose out or be taken advantage of? Or, more likely to win big? And in the interview, we’ll talk with Lisa Earle McLeod, who has created a movement of “Noble Purpose” first in selling, and now in leadership. And the results? I’ll bet you can guess?
A huge part of leadership, in business, and in life, is expressing gratitude. One of the very best ways to express gratitude is also one of most old-fashioned. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later in the interview segment, we’ll talk with Lee Cockerell, the man who ran Operations for the Walt Disney World Resort for many years and created much of the leadership training for which it’s so well-known.
Today’s episode will only have the Thought of the Day segment, where we’ll look at the importance of grounding your influence and success inside…reality. Next week we’ll be back with our usual interview segment.
What IS humility? When we speak of someone being humble, do we picture them looking, being, or acting in a certain way? Is “being humble” the same as being weak, or having a lack of self-confidence? Or, is there a false premise at work there? In the interview segment, he began as a UPS driver and worked his way up to President of the company. Ron Wallace will share Leadership Lessons from a UPS Driver.