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Leadership That Inspires and Motivates

April 11, 2013 by Bruce Jones, Programming Director, Disney Institute

Lewis Carroll said, "One of the deep secrets of life is that all that is really worth doing is what we do for others." This follows a Disney belief that the extent to which you care for your people is the extent to which they will care for your customers.

Sometimes we lack the realization that caring for our people is not an incidental, fortuitous event. Caring for others is a leadership skill that can and should be very purposeful. Watch the four ways LendingTree CEO and Director, Douglas Lebda, inspires and motivates his employees. Then, in the comments below, describe the impact Douglas’ suggestions might have for you and your team. What might you add to his list?




Posted in Selection, Training, Engagement | Tagged Leadership Training & Development, Employee Engagement, Professional Development, Leadership Skills, Leadership Styles, Effective Management, Employee Engagement Ideas, Employee Retention, Employee Recognition, Team Building, Staff Development, Bruce Jones | 1 Comments


1 Responses to Leadership That Inspires and Motivates

  • Mike says:

    on April 12, 2013

    When "celebrating the win", I found it special to reward the way the recipient would appreciate - and Gary Chapman's The 5 Love Languages has helped me understand that.


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