New York Times Bestselling Author and Global Managing Director of the Leadership Transformation Practice, Lee Hecht Harrison
Molinaro challenges leaders to become more deliberate and conscious in how they lead. This approach is desperately needed in our world today. It’s time for all leaders to decide to make their organizations truly great in a way that has a strong and positive impact on society.
Dr. Vince Molinaro experienced a defining moment early in his career when he saw a respected colleague and mentor succumb to a cancer she believed was the by-product of a stressful, toxic work environment.
From that moment, Vince devoted his life to teaching business leaders how to build healthy, productive and respectful organizations.
The author of The Leadership Contract – a New York Times and USA Today bestseller – Vince has spent more than 20 years as an adviser to boards and senior executives looking to improve leadership in their organizations.
Vince knows that leadership is the key ingredient in building a strong, vibrant organizational culture. As a successful senior executive in one of the world’s top leadership development firms, Vince has made it his calling to confront weak and lame leadership. He shows leaders at all levels how to step up and demonstrate real accountability.
What sets Vince apart is that he’s no ivory-tower academic. As a forceful keynote speaker at conferences and corporate retreats, he translates firsthand experiences from the leadership trenches into practical advice on how leaders can confront and overcome their challenges and build strong leadership cultures.
Vince is regularly called upon by the media for his innovative opinions on the future of leadership.
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The 4 Terms of The Leadership ContractVince Molinaro
An employment contract once existed between employees and organizations: you get a job, perform well, remain loyal, and the organization takes care of you until you retire. But there’s also a leadership contract with four main terms and conditions. 1.
Are You Prepared for Temptation?Vince Molinaro
It’s the kind of headline that has the potential to destroy an organization. In early June, Clyde Campbell, former CEO and managing director of Fiat Chrysler Australia, was accused of misappropriating more than $23 million US in company funds.
Where Do You Stand on Important Social Issues?Vince Molinaro
When Apple CEO Tim Cook decided to lead a contingent of his employees in a Pride Day parade in San Francisco in June, he was subtly crossing into uncharted waters for a major business leader.
The Gut Check for LeadersVince Molinaro
In the course of my work as a leadership advisor, I work with all kinds of leaders tasked with all kinds of responsibilities and challenges. As individuals, they can be as different as the jobs they hold. However, there are threads that run through their lives, things that connect them as leaders.
Leadership is an ObligationVince Molinaro
In 1907, an American engineer named Theodore Cooper was leading a project to build the Quebec Bridge. Once complete, it would be one of the largest and longest structures ever built, spanning the St. Lawrence River.
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