Simon Sinek on Leading in a Virtual Space and Owning Your Personal “Why”

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In this podcast, we talk to best-selling author and leadership expert Simon Sinek.  We dive into a number of topics, to include the Circle of Safety (and how it applies in a virtual world), why digital relationships will never replace actual relationships, and ¾ of an answer is better than an answer and a half.

He was a pleasure to talk to, and we’re excited to have him as a longtime member of Team RWB!

We cover a ton of content in this podcast, to include:

• The Circle of Safety

• Leading in a Virtual/Distributed Environment

• How Knowing Your Personal “Why” is Critical to Effective Leadership

• Why In-Person Meetings are Vital, Yet Often Overlooked

 

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