On Leadership
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On Leadership

Starting With Trust, An Interview

By Scott Jeffrey Miller, Scott Jeffery Miller

On Leadership—A New FranklinCovey eBook Mini-series

Learn the secrets of successful leadership from the experts. On Leadership: Starting with Trust, An Interview is the first in a new eBook mini-series based on the Scott Miller podcast series On Leadership With Scott Miller. FranklinCovey’s executive vice president of thought leadership, Scott Miller, has interviewed many of the top leaders and industry icons in the world, and now you can learn their secrets for successful leadership.

On Leadership With Scott Miller is one of the industry’s fastest growing podcasts, dedicated to improving leadership capabilities. Now these timeless conversations are available in eBook format for readers everywhere. Each book follows Scott’s unique conversation with one of the world’s leading innovators, taking readers through all of the challenges, insights, and needed disciplines for character-based leadership. No leadership topic is out-of-bounds—all is discussed and revealed, from the secrets of trademarked leadership programs, to timeless books like The Speed of TrustThe 4 Disciplines of Execution, and more.

In this first of the On Leadership eBook mini-series, Scott sits down with Stephen M.R. Covey, co-founder and Global Practice Leader of FranklinCovey’s Speed of Trust Practice. FranklinCovey’s Speed of Trust Practice helps organizations better manage change and create high-performing teams that are agile, collaborative, innovative, and engaged.

In On Leadership: Starting With Trust, An Interview you will discover:

  • There is nothing more impactful on people and work performance than trust
  • The immense effect trust has on results—when trust goes up, efficiency rises and costs go down
  • Actionable strategies to nurture and inspire trust in every encounter

If you were inspired by Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead or the timeless bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, you will love On Leadership, the latest mini-series from the thought leaders at FranklinCovey.

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