Jan 29, 2014
We aspire to do more, dream more, learn more, and become more, and for better or worse, the traditional wisdom has been that we need to accomplish more in order to get more. But for many, experience, trial and error says differently. We pile on more projects, goals and objectives and lose sight of the one unifying vision that defines us as a company and as leaders. So how can leaders learn to step back and only move forward by putting one foot in front of the other at a time? How do we avoid becoming task managers and get back to being leaders? When everyone is “leaning in” to get ahead, does it make sense to “lean out” for a change?
Guest 1: Teresa Shuchart
Title: Deputy Chief Information Officer, The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Guest 2: William G. Halnon
Title: Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Republic Services Inc
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