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Leaders contemplate what others need. Rich Bahr, CEO group chair for Vistage and founder of Threshold to New Life, unpacks how vulnerability and giving others grace can transform leadership for the better. Rich calls upon his vast experience as
Cultivate leadership that’s driven by mission, not profit. CocoVinny Zaldivar, CEO and founder of Coco Taps, illuminates why successful leaders are well-versed in compassion, risk-taking, and emotional intelligence. CocoVinny shares what good q
Leaders focus on getting things done. Michael Lennington, author, coach, and president of The 12 Week Year, shares the importance of acting on good ideas with humility and accountability. Michael explains how to strengthen leadership skills thr
Don’t chase every shiny object. Kelly Keefe, president of ERC (Employers Resource Center), digs into how to attract top performers and enhance your team and leadership skills. Kelly lays out critical leadership strengths and weaknesses, what to
Build up and challenge your employees. Jimmy Rayford, CEO of Dealer’s Wholesale in Indianapolis, champions leading through action and genuine care for others. Jimmy shares how authenticity and staying true to his commitments have served him thr
Speed trumps accuracy in business. Tom Kubiniec, President and CEO of SecureIt Gun Storage, shares how embracing failure and change forges great leaders. Tom’s story details how focusing on his own growth and improvement with the support of EOS
Adam Radulovic, CEO of XL.net, dives into the importance of leading with vision, communication, passion, and structure. Adam shares how the EOS framework has helped him have hard conversations and strengthened his business.
Lead with empathy. Natalie Standridge, CEO and founder of Casa de Corazón and Casa Franchising, shares how sticking to your values helps you lead, hire and fire well. Natalie details the importance of emotional vulnerability in the workplace, h
Know who you are and what you want. Brett Kaufman, founder and CEO of Kaufman Development, champions leadership defined by self-knowledge, kindness and holistic wellbeing. Brett outlines lessons he has learned from good and bad leaders, the pow
Deb Minton, senior director of philanthropy and strategic initiatives at Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, shares why inviting others into your vision is critical for success. Deb dives into how self-knowledge and the EOS framework have trans
Decisions require clarity and courage, not confidence. Ali Nasser, founder and CEO of AltruVista, describes how he approaches opportunity, leadership dos and don'ts and the biggest challenge entrepreneurs face. Ali’s story exemplifies how new l
Tracy Call, CEO and founder of Media Bridge Advertising, cuts to the chase: Great leaders instill confidence and autonomy. Tracy shares the importance of leading with the heart, why past Olympic training has helped her stay competitive during t
People are the most important asset of a business. Mary Nutting, CEO of CorTalent, delves into how to hire the right leaders. Mary’s story focuses on the power of humility, over-communication, balancing positivity with truth, and how EOS has he
Don’t let success cloud your vision. Kris Lindahl, CEO and founder of Kris Lindahl Real Estate, shares how accountability, intensity and generosity blaze the path to success. Kris’s story demonstrates that when leaders put the customer first, i
Leadership is more important now than ever before. The good news is that entrepreneurs are natural leaders and that's why EOS Worldwide passionately believes that the world's entrepreneurs will lead their teams, their organizations, and society
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