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In Process: Conversations about business in the 21st Century is presented by Trusted Counsel. Business involves constant change and challenges. In Process brings you weekly conversations with business experts on topics to provide new ideas, tools and techniques to help you and your business grow and succeed.
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Jun 29, 2017

At some point in our careers, most of us have undoubtedly scratched our heads and wondered, “How on earth did this person obtain this leadership role?” The fact of the matter is that some people in leadership roles don’t belong there. Unfortunately, companies tend to promote employees who are highly trained and have excellent technical skills, but when these employees move into management, they often lack the soft skills necessary to motivate their teams. Hence, they don’t become great leaders. 

In this episode of In Process: Conversations about Business in the 21st Century, hosts Evelyn Ashley and John Monahon of Trusted Counsel speak with Dr. Hans Finzel about leadership. Dr. Finzel is an author, speaker and trusted authority in the leadership field and the author of 10 books. With a doctorate in leadership studies, Dr. Finzel is a respected teacher globally. In his new book “Top Ten Ways to Be a Great Leader,” he uses the letters in the word LEADERSHIP to present the 10 essential skills that he believes every new leader must master in order to be a great leader.

During the course of the podcast you will learn about: 

  • The one word that Dr. Hans Finzel uses to define leadership
  • The two most important words in a leader’s vocabulary
  • The 10 essentials skills that every new leader must master
  • The four questions that every follower will ask a leader
  • Why EQ (emotional quotient) is seen as more important in the hiring of leaders than IQ (intelligence quotient)

Stream the conversation in the player below to learn more. You can also subscribe to InProcess Podcast on iTunes to receive this episode as well as future updates from the show on your smartphone. Did you enjoy this episode? Please give us a review!

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