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Why you've got to check out today's episode:
- Discover how to create a satisfying workplaces for your people...
- Learn how to adapt to dynamic conditions and changes in your team....
- Find out how to build a stable system that improves engagement and the skills of your people...
Check out David’s Website: https://www.leadersights.com/
Are you having trouble finding success in doing things the old way?
Discover how "change" can often lead to better accomplishments...
Today's guest, David Veech is the founder and CEO of leadersights.com. As a retired Army officer, David has written two best selling books, founded two successful international consulting firms.
He provides executive coaching, leadership development and problem solving for companies and government agencies around the world. His message will inspire you and your teams to obliterate obstacles, accelerate innovation, and elevate performance, leaving everyone motivated and engaged for the future.
In today's episode, David unpacks the topic "Love, Learn and Let Go: to create a fully engaged workplace."
Check out these episode highlights:
- 01:52 – David’s ideal client: “Are mid range kind of companies trying to break through for something new in the future. I'm looking for leaders who accept that things have to change, and they're willing to drive that change…”
- 02:33 – His client's biggest challenge: “Is often themselves, and their willingness to make those three decisions that I summarize as Love, Learn and Let Go, because they've never experienced success by doing things this way....”
- 03:14 – David’s #1 insight to help you: "They really need to look inward. They've got to really reflect on who they are and who they want to become...."
- 04:44 – What concept, book, program, or talk impacted you the most: "I think the most important thing for my development was a job in the army when I was the assistant brigade training officer in Germany in the 80s...."
- 07:36 – David’s valuable free resource: "I am happy to provide a free copy of the book I wrote, which was called The C4 Process. It's a book on problem solving..."
- 10:29 – David’s last thoughts: "Being capable of navigating your way from one point to another, solving problems along the way, is very liberating. And is, something that really contributes to your ability to letting go....."