I still remember my first real leadership experience.
I was in Egypt and was asked to lead a team of 150 people. Before that, I led a group of 5.
This was a giant leap.
I enjoyed it despite the challenge but I remember how many things I needed to learn and change to be ready for the new journey.
Something similar happened to Iggy Domagalski – President and CEO of a Canadian-based company, Wajax, that serves major Canadian industries as one of the nation’s leading industrial products and services providers for over 160 years.
When I interviewed recently on ‘The World Class Leaders Show”, Iggy sharted his approach when it comes to leadership and the giant leap took from running a much smaller company to being at the top of a major business – starting with people as the backbone.
By listening to this podcast episode, you will learn more about:
- Lead by putting your people first
- It all starts with trust from the top
- Why consensus is not always an option
- Make time for what is really important
- What Iggy learned as a CEO
Book mentioned by Iggy (The Happiness Advantage): https://www.amazon.co.uk/Happiness-Advantage-Principles-Psychology-Performance/dp/0753539470/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1671044048&sr=8-1
More about Iggy here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iggydomagalski/
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