This week’s guest is consultant and speaker Mack Story. Mack talked about his experiences sharing leadership development skills with the blue-collar workforce. This is a powerful episode that really sheds light on what it means to be a leader. An MP3 version of this episode is available for download here.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- The quote that inspires Mack (5:24)
- Mack’s background (6:16)
- The best leader Mack has ever reported to (8:50)
- About resistance and character (12:29)
- How symbols indicate leadership (14:13)
- Mack’s transition to consulting (15:47)
- A story about leadership (19:41)
- Mack’s next career move (21:51)
- When and how Mack discovered “Respect for People” (23:40)
- About blue-collar leadership (25:57)
- An example of blue-collar leadership (28:11)
- What “Respect for People” means to Mack (31:54)
- The best advice Mack has ever received (34:42)
- A project that didn’t go as planned (36:51)
- What Mack is most proud of (41:58)
- A knowledge or skill area Mack feels he needs to improve (44:12)
- Mack’s final words of wisdom (47:07)
- Right Click to Download this Podcast as an MP3
- Download a Free Audio Book at Audible.com
- Mack’s Website
- Blue-Collar Leadership
- Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision
- Blue-Collar Kaizen
- Mack on LinkedIn
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