The $100 MBA Show
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Nov 30, 2020
MBA1668 Guest Teacher – Johnny Merritt – How to Implement Kinetic Leadership
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How do some leaders do it?

You know the kind — they can get their teams to do the (nearly) impossible, inspiring loyalty and commitment that goes way beyond working for a paycheck. 

What factor do the best leaders in business have in common?

Today’s special guest, Johnny Merritt, has an idea.

He calls it “kinetic” leadership, and he’s seen his share of it as an attorney working with high-profile companies. Today, Johnny shares the key traits displayed by the most powerful leaders, with specific examples. 

See how you can make your own leadership more “kinetic.” Click Play!



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