Great Leadership With Jacob Morgan

In this episode of The Great Leadership Podcast with Jacob Morgan, I spoke with Stewart Friedman - a well-known leadership expert who spent time at Ford Motor Company leading a 50-person team focused on leadership development, transforming the culture, and training 2,500 managers per year.

In today’s episode, Friedman emphasizes the importance of finding mutual value in four domains: work, home, community, and self, and argues that leadership impacts all of them, requiring change in all areas. He also stresses the importance of vulnerability in leadership. According to his research, there is no such thing as work-life balance, instead, integration is the key. He has explored the impact of the pandemic on this integration and found that holistic career values have an indirect effect on work engagement. Stewart encourages people to make tough choices under pressure, integrate work and life, pay attention to signs, and make the best career decisions.


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