Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Mr Hans Finzel
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For 20 years he led international non-profit World Venture, serving in over 65 countries and now spends much of his time speaking and writing on practical leadership principles from the real world—not the classroom.
The kind of stuff that corporations across the world are crying out for as the demand for top, productive and efficient leaders become more and more desirable.
He has written nine books, including his bestseller “The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make” and as we said this information is a global concern, which has led to them being translated into over twenty foreign languages.
If that doesn’t sound like he has enough on his plate already then, he also serves President of HD Leaders, and is chief leadership guru on“The Leadership Answer Man” podcast doing well in ITunes and other platforms.
So did his desire to tackle leadership issues come from working with people who just wasn’t up to the job, even though they were in prime positions?
Or like most things that become our lifework, did it simply creep up on him and till he couldn’t resist it anymore?
Well let’s bring onto the show to start todays Join Up Dots free podcast interview, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Hans Finzel
During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Hanz Finzel such as:
How he remembers working under a terrible boss as a young man, who gave him all the content for his first book based on Leadership.
Why he spends a lot of time listening intently to peoples problems, holding peoples hands, giving them the courage to lead from the front.
Why it is so strange that so many people try to self sabotage their own chance of success and dream fulfilment.
Why the hardest part of a terrible job is that it can take away your own self-belief, and makes it very difficult to shake things up an create your future.
How he remembers rebelling against his parents who never thought that he matched up against his siblings…..although he now has a different perspective.
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