Regardless of title, we are all leaders, and we are all followers. Doug Lennick and Chuck Wachendorfer join Kevin to discuss mentorship, leadership, and taking action to create change. They share that we get to choose to be our ideal selves rather than waiting for someone else to fix things. By becoming better leaders, we can positively influence those around us both personally and professionally.

Key Points

  • Chuck and Doug discuss their 8 leadership essentials with a focus on Decide Wisely, Know Your Real Self, and Let Go of What You Know. 
  • They explore the Conflict/Growth Paradox. 
  • They talk about how they think the pandemic impacted the essentials

Meet Chuck and Doug

  • Names: Chuck Wachendorfer and Doug Lennick
  •  Their Story: Doug and Chuck are the authors of Don’t Wait for Someone Else to Fix It! 8 Essentials to Enhance Your Leadership Impact at Work, Home And Anywhere Else that Needs You. Doug is the founding CEO of think2perform, a high-performance leadership development.
    Chuck is the President of Distribution at think2perform. He is a renowned leadership development professional and has worked with clients including American Express, Wells Fargo, Comerica Bank, and others.
  • Worth Mentioning: Doug is an author or co-author of six titles including, Leveraging Your Financial Intelligence: At the Intersection of Money, Health and Happiness and co-author Moral Intelligence 2.0: Enhancing Business Performance and Leadership Success in Turbulent Times.
    With a background in mechanical engineering, Chuck spent 17 years at American Express Financial Advisors/Ameriprise Financial as a successful senior leader setting performance records and leading thousands of personnel across five different states

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