It’s important to have someone you look up to, but don’t forget the other side of the coin. Wherever you are, you have a sphere of influence–a group of people who are influenced by the things you say and do. How does your life hold up?
The core of an admirable life is respect. When you respect yourself and others, you behave in a way that sets a high standard. You’ll do things you can be proud of and inspire others to do the same.
At this week’s METal our guest speaker is Dr. Mark Thompson, he will share his insights into the top leadership qualities of the world’s Most Admired Leaders according to the most engaged employees.
In a broad survey of over 10,000 employees in 110 countries, Mark’s research team identified the top eight leadership traits that people want from their leaders. He presents case studies from many of these leaders including his experience working directly with several of them.
He outlines how the Most Admired leaders have achieved such enduring success over decades and how they consistently:
– Recruit, Build and Retain the highest performing teams
– Create a corporate culture that Inspires loyalty and engagement
– Face adversity and bounce back from failures
– Challenge themselves and their teams year after year to outdo themselves and achieve continuous and long-term growth
– Learn what their MVP’s value and what drives them in their lives and work
Dr. Thompson is an expert on executive leadership, business strategy, and innovation who has spent over 25 years leading teams and building companies from the ground up. He delivers actionable, valuable and practical advice for leaders at all levels of an organization.
New York Times bestselling author Mark C. Thompson is a leadership coach for the world’s fastest growing, most innovative companies—from LYFT CEO & Cofounder Logan Green, Pinterest Cofounder Evan Sharp and World Bank CEO Dr. Jim Kim, to founders Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Tony Robbins and Charles Schwab, for whom he served as the world’s first CXO—Chief Customer Experience Officer.Join Report
From April 28, 2018 9:28 am to 11:28 am Save to calendar