|The great leaders are not the strongest, they are the ones who are honest about their weaknesses. The great leaders are not the smartest; they are the ones who admit how much they don’t know. The great leaders can’t do everything; they are the ones who look to others to help them. Great leaders don’t see themselves as great; they see themselves as human. Join Erica Roelike and Jaime Taets as they discuss great leadership and how to assess if you are a leader that has this approach.
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Monthly Archives: May 2019
|Scott Welle is a speaker, coach and consultant to strives to help business leaders Outperform the Norm by focusing on 3 areas : Health, Happiness and High Achievement. We discuss the concept of fulfillment and achievement and what it takes to outperform the norm. Learn more and connect with Scott at www.scottwelle.com|
How many of us have this plan in our heads of exactly how our lives should happen – what we are supposed to do, what we should do and by when? How many of our lives happen exactly according to that plan? Very few. Life is not about us controlling it, it’s about us living it. Listen in to hear Jaime talk about her own experience with being too married to her plan that she was causing her own misery.
Having success and significance at the same time – we don’t have to choose one or the other.
Many of us have moments throughout our careers and lives where we feel like there should be more of a purpose to what we are doing. Susan Rylance, VP of Growth for Fahren joins us to discuss the point where most of us start searching for things that create more significance and fulfillment. As business leaders we experience it and people on our teams experience it as well. What we all need to realize is that it’s not about having success or doing something significant; it’s about having success and significance at the same time – we don’t have to choose one or the other.
Connect with Susan on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanrylance/ or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org