This week on Peak Performer’s Life, Walter Bond continues on the topic of “vision” and discusses his concept of “visionary leadership.” He also shares a personal anecdote about how a legendary business leader and motivational speaker once showed him that even when you’re at the top, you still have to make a commitment to learn.
According to Walter:
“Leaders, you have to understand, you set the tempo. If you want your organization to grow, you must grow first. You need to set the example.”
How do you set an example for your employees? What are some ways you ensure you continue to learn? Let us know in the comments section below.
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About Walter Bond
A former American professional basketball player, Walter Bond’s NBA career included 153 games with the Dallas Mavericks, Utah Jazz, and Detroit Pistons. Now, Walter takes what he learned from his life on the court and translates it into motivational and educational messages for thriving businesses and careers. For more information, visit WalterBond.com.
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