I’m passionate about training. Good, applicable leadership training. I spoke with my good friends Jan Rutherford and Jim Vaselopulos of The Leadership Podcast and discussed the shortcomings of how leaders view their own development.
The format for this particular podcast was a little different – it was less of an interview and more of an open conversation like you’d overhear three guys having over a coffee (or, in my case, green tea on account of my heart attacks).
Give the podcast a listen while you sip your coffee this morning. I’m hopeful it will change the way you look at your own professional development.
If you enjoyed that podcast, here’s the one I recorded with Jan and Jim previously. Enjoy!
So there you go – a couple of great conversations with some really interesting leaders. I hope you enjoyed the perspectives! Please share them if you did and subscribe to their podcast. They’re turning out some great stuff!
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