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The playbook for truly great leadership with Adam Mendler

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The playbook for truly great leadership with Adam Mendler

In today's episode, Adam shares insights on what makes a great leader. Sounds difficult, right? But to become a truly great leader, you need to first be a good person.

Throughout history there are examples of good and bad leadership. Today is no different. The global pandemic has laid bare the quality of leaders around the world. Some are outstanding (New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern comes to mind), many are mediocre, and a few are downright despicable (I’ll let you fill in the blank here).

But what about the future of leadership, then? Can we not learn from the past and present? Adam Mendler believes there is a way forward. It starts by being a truly great person, then you can become a truly great leader.

Adam has spent many hours talking with leaders from all walks of life. He’s gathered insights and made his own observations about what makes a leader great. The importance of character is not to be underestimated—sound character is required whether you’re leading a country, a Fortune 500 company, or the smallest of startups.

I had a chance to dig a little deeper into what Adam means when we spoke on this podcast episode. There’s a lot of change happening in the world right now. If you’re feeling unsure about what you can do to navigate this new world, think about your own leadership, and what you can do to make your character shine. Adam can help.

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“To be a truly great leader, you need to be a truly great person.”

Adam Mendler

CEO, The Veloz Group

Bio

Adam is the CEO of The Veloz Group, where he co-founded and oversees ventures across a wide variety of industries. Adam is also a nationally acclaimed thought leader, writer, and speaker on topics including leadership, entrepreneurship, and management, and is an avid backgammon player.

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