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Up In Your Business - Upper level thinking, being, and living! - Angus Nelson: Speaker 23rd June 2016
THOMAS KNOLL | How to love leadership by leading with love #42
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THOMAS KNOLL | How to love leadership by leading with love #42

Thomas Knoll has seen his share on both sides of leadership, well versed on the impact of actions, decisions, and techniques for leading teams well. His background is one of a human focus – community building, customer care, and emotional intelligence. As such, his philosophy of people has become the forefront of his skill set.

Thomas helps teams level-up as an Executive Advisor & Business Coach at Revelry Labs. His resume also includes companies like Primeloop, 500Startups, LaunchRock, Zappos, UserVoice, and Seesmic.

On this show we talk about how to make better decisions, building teams, and servant leadership.

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • Creating entrepreneurial advantage by having startup mentors
  • How leaders communicate to build trust
  • How to overcome hesitation in decision making process
  • Why all successful people always try to grow in new areas
  • Why a great entrepreneur needs to let go on their vision, communicate and open up
  • Empower your team to do great things
  • Definition of servant leadership
  • Why people with humility improves in performance and have more inner peace
  • The positive side of change and how change is vital to professional success
  • How flexibility is key to healthy team building
  • Developing team’s shared values
  • The metaphor of leading business and parenting
  • Why do you say, “I want to be better”?
  • Showing up and doing the work


Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

Book Mentioned:  Five Love Languages – a non-business book that is really helpful in leadership

Thomas’ Twitter: @thomasknoll

Thomas’ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasknoll

His phone number: 415-935-3547


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