4 Common Myths That Every Leader Should Challenge with Don Schmincke

On this episode, best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vinje speaks with Don Schmincke, Strategic Growth Advisor, Author and Keynote Speaker at Schmincke Research Alliance.
What started with a story about being shot off an aircraft carrier evolved into a discussion about the 4 common myths that every leader should challenge.
In this episode...
0:31 - Being shot off an aircraft carrier - Don explains the backstory behind this wild event.
2:12 - Ineffective leadership strategies - Why is the implementation of leadership strategies from books so low?
6:04 - Leadership myths - Don shares why leadership behaviors often don't change.
10:17 - Sticking with a plan - Don dispels another common leadership myth.
14:33 - Prioritizing problems over plans - Advice for how leaders can shift their thinking on this idea.
18:23 - Being the CEO of your career - Don shares his thoughts on why individuals are responsible for their own success.
22:06 - The myth of happy employees - Why employees should focus on winning more than on happiness.
25:37 - "I don't have enough time" - Don dispels this leadership myth.
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