- The Best Business Minds podcast – July 16, 2021
- Project Management Institute (PMI.org)
- Getting Work to Work podcast
- Career Mentor podcast
- Costco Connections Feature Article
- Workplaces Magazine
- SUCCESS Magazine – September/October 2021
Leading by example and inspiring others means embodying your company’s vision and its underlying values. Gerald Leonard, author of Workplace Jazz, offers five ways to treat your team like a group of talented artists
In Workplace Jazz, Gerald raises a battle cry for individual and corporate responsibility in building cultures that are healthier and more productive for those working in them.
Sometimes, one’s love for music will give you more than entertainment. For Gerald J. Leonard of Principles of Execution, this put him on a path toward success in the realm of consulting.
What You'll Learn: - How to use practice to rewire your brain - The bamboo tree metaphor reveals how growth happens - Deliberate practice - Habits for success
Gerald joins us to discuss why the hallmarks of high performing employees are nearly identical to those of artists and share how management can tap into their teams’ natural creativity to keep them engaged, collaborative and successful.
In this interview, I talk with Gerald J. Leonard about tools to transform your team into a productivity powerhouse. And how this can improve your business.
Today’s guest on A Life and a Living Podcast is Gerald J. Leonard, CEO of Principles of Execution and accomplished musician. The work he has done as a consultant is absolutely fascinating.