232: Michael Werner, part 2: Leading Google by bike
Michael took on a challenge many people consider: biking to work for a month. He challenged himself amid product releases at work and family obligations as his wife traveled, so he couldn’t just start. He had to plan and work at it. Even so, he created cheerleaders of his riding in his coworkers.
Before all that, you’ll get to hear about his spectacular blow out.
Michael clearly explains his plans, actions, and results — what worked and didn’t — so if you’re thinking about biking more or any environmental action, you can use him as a role model.
I’m curious if he’ll follow his personal experience with leading people more at Google or steering Google beyond where he would have otherwise.
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