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Sell our true leaders born or are -- me.
Journey Kingsley says its inexorable.
The author of inspired people produced results is here today to discuss keeping your.
Having a personal board of directors and cultivating the next generation of leaders so you think it nature or nurture that makes it greatly there.
I think it's a little bit -- there's no doubt that some people are -- they're designed with certain gifts and skill sets and talents but there's also some leadership things you can learn like organizational skills strategy and valuation.
Even hold people accountable -- -- say it's a mystery about painting you've become.
Kind of an expert in this field leadership so what's your biggest leadership at stake.
My biggest leadership mistake early on was ego I did.
Bring in enough help I want to try to do things on my -- now I have a personal board of directors like -- growth team yet I can rely on for help but early on.
And it really wanna listen and Atlantic and the input and made some mistakes but hopefully I'll learn from them -- think that was because you're young and nineteenth and how do you keep your eagle from getting in the way.
That's the trick is isn't it when you're younger I think we have that passion and sometimes passions did and sometimes a combined us a little bit so I needed that mentor.
Maybe a few extra mentors have got me in that situation.
How do you find the right mentor for you.
Maybe someone has a little bit older a little more experience has a similar passion probably is in a similar field and and you have to respect them and then it takes a little bit of courage and some initiative to go up and pass -- be Rwanda spend time.
What do you think comes first six stats and then you find him and tours are keeping you find -- -- that guides you into.
You might find success but my gut tells the younger group you'd better start looking for that mentor first to -- you had stepped up.
And sometimes leaders have to -- hard decisions in order to find out what's best for their company and we all just -- Yahoo! is Marissa Mayer and they're telecommuting program for her company and -- and it was the right decision for them at this point in time.
How do you think she -- back called the think it was the right thing to -- -- -- could've done things differently.
That was a really tough decision as a leader always have to make tough decisions one the reasons I wrote this book is because I want leaders to know.
You can provide principles and values to make the people most productive I think she made a call that she thought Yahoo! would be the most productive in.
And one more question on tough decisions -- you know it's the right time to fire.
When you have to do employee evaluations and sometimes with someone's not really live and up to par and not quite producing enough.
I think the decision could come from their response if there really.
Defensive -- they try to shift the blame.
That might be a red flag might be time to let him go but on the other hand.
If there teachable if they're humble they take responsibility for their mistakes might wanna give them another chance to set -- -- arrangement amenity.
From New York -- Roger is foxbusiness.com.
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