Purpose Centered Leadership™ with Art Jackson
Welcome back to Mission First People Always! Dr. Mike here, today I talk with speaker and executive coach, Art Jackson. Join us as we discuss the reason why we have lousy leaders in organizations and what we should do about it when we get one.
We’ll learn from Art the importance of caring about your leader and using a tactful approach to influence them toward success. In fact, everyone has a responsibility to help the leader succeed because the leader's success is inevitably tied to the mission of the organization.
Listen in as Art talks about the one tactic that puts everyone on an even playing field: asking questions to learn about your boss and what's important to them. Leaders are human and they have insecurities and personal challenges. We talk about why it's important to know who they are and love them. Yes, Art uses the "L" word toward leaders and coworkers. Loving others makes us--and them--better.
There’s so much good stuff in this episode--including several of Art's personal stories--that you'll definitely want to hear. So hit play and learn what you can do now to begin leading up.
For more resources or to get in touch with Art, check out the links below!
Connect with Art:
www.ArtJackson.com www.EaglesNestPM.com www.TheHiddenRules.com More About Art:
Art is a professional speaker, executive coach, and the President of Eagles Nest Performance Management, Inc. He is a recognized expert in the areas of leadership, performance improvement, and interpersonal skills. Art is the originator of the Purpose Centered Leadership™ system that has been used to improve performance in many facets of public and private life.
Art is a West Point graduate who served as an active-duty Army officer before beginning his civilian career. He went on to have a successful career as an engineer, and now he spends his time coaching executive-level leaders and speaking to groups.