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October 17, 2017 36 min

“When you put your focus on your followers, they will thrive”

In season 11 episode 4 we are joined by Marcel Schwantes. He is a speaker, entrepreneur, executive coach, and syndicated columnist with global readership. His work has been featured on Inc., Time, Business Insider, Chicago Tribune. Marcel speaks passionately on the power of servant leadership and making the workplace more human. His company, Leadership from the Core, is a key player in developing servant-leadership and human-centered leadership content and training programs for companies that are 100 percent committed to creating highly engaged, democratic, and freedom-oriented work cultures that will lead to high performance and bottom-line success.

In our conversation we cover:

- What does Leadership really mean?

- Why servant leaders get great results

- How to get higher levels of discretionary effort out of your team

- How can leader do a better job of providing communication to their team



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