Forbes article #1 this week
Cheryl Snapp Conner, who has written posts with tens of millions of views, profiled me today in Forbes, Influence: How To Get It, Keep It, Use It For Business, (which came out just after my morning burpees).
If you came here from that story, you know my passion for helping people change their environmental beliefs and behavior embodied in the new podcast, Leadership and the Environment.
Forbes article #2 this week
Tim Francis posted a video interview of me on Forbes, How Leadership by Authority Can be Counter-Productive.
If you came here from that story, you know my passion for leading through empathy, compassion, and understanding, not authority, and my passion for helping people develop those skills. How to lead without authority also comes through my new podcast, Leadership and the Environment.
Please explore this site. I recommend starting with
- Podcast episodes, especially Episode Zero, which gives its back story
- My favorite posts
- The archive of all my posts
- More about my book, Leadership Step by Step
You can help
Do you value a cleaner environment and people enjoying making it cleaner?
Since Cheryl happened to post her story just after iTunes approved the podcast, today is the podcast’s one-and-maybe-only time to reach “New and Noteworthy” on iTunes.
If you value cleaning the environment and want to act on that value, would you please listen to, review, and rate Leadership and the Environment on iTunes today? Even if you don’t normally review, it takes a few minutes, you can do it anonymously, and it helps people help the environment. Here is a video how:
If you can’t today, then the sooner the better. The more reviews and subscriptions, the more attention, which means more community and people enjoying living by their values acting on the environment. You can help begin a movement whose time has come.
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