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Chamber Annual Leadership Breakfast - Shared screen with speaker view
Ranch Hope
49:21
Just a reminder you can post any questions for Eric right here in the Group Chat.
mgorman
51:07
Your pictures of athletic activities speak to your sense of competition. How does this sense of competition complement your leadership style, and where does it get in the way?
Dave Yhlen
52:52
You brought up a good point about a boss not being engaged or not sure they are in the right position. Give us an example how you would approach that such as Managing Up. Thanks
kkutcher@salemcc.edu
58:04
How have you (or your mid level managers) adjusted your management style/engagement in the Covid/remote environment and structure and adjusted to being without the traditional "being with people daily" mode?
mgorman
01:28:42
With the challenges of pandemic management, the unflattering news stories about the chemical industry (not just Chambers Works), and the disconnect caused by isolation, how do you maintain personal sanity.
Theresa Widger
01:29:48
Kristine, in regards to diversity & inclusion....while more people can acknowledge now that it's important to think of your "whole self" within your career, have you ever found folks(males) judging/criticizing that you aren't dedicated enough to your career and it's bc you are a female/mother and need to choose? If so, how have you challenged that process to stay true to yourself?
Jennifer Jones
01:30:40
Please share your favorite leadership book
Louis Joyce
01:32:01
"How to Win Friends and Influence People", Dale Carnegie.
Jennifer Jones
01:32:30
What does Chambers Works look like in 10 years?
Steve Graham
01:33:19
“The Science of Success” by Charles Koch
Joe Pritchett
01:33:54
The Courage to Teach by Parker Palmer and really anything by Palmer.
Praise The Lord!!!
01:35:50
John C. Maxwell – LEADERSHIP – 101 “what every leader needs to know “
Steve Graham
01:39:14
“Gridiron Genius” by Michael Lombardi
Ken Robell
01:41:31
The Knowing-Doing Gap - by Pfeffer and Sutton
CHLOE WILLIAMS
01:42:19
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
Dave Yhlen
01:46:36
Agreed The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
Steve Graham
01:52:43
Great information - thanks to our presenters!!
Christopher Deaney
01:54:57
Thank You and Great Information
Joe Pritchett
01:57:02
I DRINK COFFEE FOR YOU PROTECTION
Joe Pritchett
01:57:34
A going away gift from my department assistant in Colorado.
Robert Bender
02:01:46
Thank you! A special thanks to our speakers and presenters today.