... to episode number 13 which is a recording of my interview with Professor Greg Wells on his podcast, which you should definitely add to your podcast play list. Greg is my go-to guy for all things human performance and regularly has some very cool and incredibly inspiring guests in his show. You can check it out here as well as listening to Greg on episode 010 of my show.
This interview came about after Greg and I spent a cold January morning walking across London together talking about leadership, personal introspection and human performance. As a result, we decided to interview each other on our respective podcasts in a hope that you would learn and benefit from the conversations that we had.
In this episode Greg asks me about my take on Servant Leadership, draws out some stories about leading under extreme pressure in Iraq and how as a leaders we know when to lead from the front and when to lead from behind. We also dig into personal values, the power of a simple check-list and lots, lots more.
So without any further delay, please enjoy my interview on the Professor Greg Wells Podcast
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