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3 Things That Set Successful Organizations Apart with Michael Mlynarski, CEO of QualityMinds

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 […]

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Doron Myersdorf, CEO of StoreDot on building a bold vision and perseverance

It’s not so common to meet CEOs who have built a bold vision for their companies and didn’t stop until they achieve it. Most leaders don’t have either the courage or the persistence to go beyond the drift and make a significant impact. They prefer to play safe and go for more predictable outcomes. Not

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050: An Unconventional Conversation about Success with Nobel Prize Dr. Robert Lefkowitz

Life is unpredictable, and careers often take patterns that cannot be foreseen.  For the special 50th episode of my podcast, The World Class Leaders Show, I was extremely honored to host Dr. Robert Lefkowitz, Nobel Laureate for Chemistry in 2012.   Dr. Lefkowitz is an Investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as well as a

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An unconventional conversation about success with a Nobel Laureate

Life is unpredictable, and careers often take patterns that cannot be foreseen. Success can depend on many factors, but there are a few foundational traits that have universal application: Identify professional arenas that you enjoy and can be passionate about Build confidence and decision-making by selecting and emulating high-performing mentors Find an important yet tractable

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040: How to Thrive in a New Era of Connection with Dr. Michelle K. Johnston

Over the past few years, there’s been a noticeable shift in how leadership is defined and realized. Leaders who have previously relied on an authoritarian ‘command and control’ style are learning that a fear-based approach is no longer acceptable in today’s organizational culture. Instead, research and collected data indicate that high performance is achieved when

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