Ready to lead your organization, group or family? Drs. John Kotter and Holger Rathgeber join us in the basement to discuss stepping up to lead. In their clever new book starring a clan of meerkats in a changing habitat, we’ll discuss how to become a leader, when to lead, and how to avoid stepping into the role in a way that’ll cause more damage than spur success.
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<18:55>That’s Not How We Do It Here
The book website: That’s Not How We Do It Here
Dr. Kotter discussing the book:
Dr. Kotter’s Firm: Kotter International
More on Dr. Rathgeber: Holger Rathgeber
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Jacquette Timmons joins us! We’ll talk about fear…why do so few people want to look at the actual numbers? It turns out success doesn’t begin with your wallet.
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