Six Lessons I Learned at Lunch With the Best Leader in America

April 29, 2016 by Joshua
in Education, Inc.com, Leadership, Relationships, Stories

My post on Inc.com today, “Six Lessons I Learned at Lunch With the Best Leader in America,” begins

Six Lessons I Learned at Lunch With the Best Leader in America

Experience trumps everything in leadership and she has more than you do. From the Girl Scouts to the White House.

Is Alan Mulally, former CEO of Ford, whose stock price went up 18 times under his watch, a fair judge of good leadership? How about Peter Drucker, the “founder of modern management”? How about Marshall Goldsmith, named the #1 leadership thinker in the world in 2015?

If we can accept them as reasonable judges, they all named Frances Hesselbein–advisor to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, fourteen-year CEO of the Girl Scouts, holder of almost two dozen honorary degrees, and more–as the best leader in the country.

In Peter Drucker’s words: “Frances Hesselbein could manage any company in America.”

I had lunch with her last week and you can tell why they said so.

Read more at Six Lessons I Learned at Lunch With the Best Leader in America.

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