Leadership expert, Leslie Grossman, has been through 5 major crises since she started her first business at the age of 24 and knows a thing or two about LEADERSHIP.

Today, everything she does is in pursuit of her personal vision of a world where there are an equal number of men and women in the top leadership roles of all organizations. Leading up to creating and serving as faculty director of the Executive Women’s Leadership Program at The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership.

After reading her article about nine (9) actions practiced by great leaders as exemplified by Governor Andrew Cuomo, I knew I had to have her on the show. In this conversation, Leslie and I talk about what those actions are — and how women like us can embody them to level up our own leadership.

In our conversation, Leslie shares…

  • Mistakes women make when in fear
  • The Chinese meaning of the word “crisis”
  • Why it’s okay to be upset — and what to do next
  • 9 actions of great leaders
  • 3 questions to ask yourself about how to serve
  • Qualities and resources for resilient leaders
  • One thing good leaders do NOT do

You can learn more about Leslie at the links below…

Leslie Grossman Leadership
Executive Women’s Leadership Program
Leadership In Action In A Crisis As Exemplified By Governor Andrew Cuomo

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