Addressing a Lack of Leadership, with Richard Flint
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The Lack of Leadership, with Richard Flint

Richard Flint, CSP is Chairman and CEO of Flint Incorporated, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals, companies, and associations. He has had the opportunity to address people in talks and seminars throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. As a keynote speaker and seminar leader, he addresses more than 200,000 people each year.

Richard has studied, researched, written, and spoken for 35 years in his field of expertise – human behavior and development – through his programs in Business, Leadership, Management, Customer Care, Sales, Ethics, Motivation, Organization, and Personal Relationships. He has made appearances on over 100 radio and TV shows, as well as hosting his acclaimed podcast, Let’s Talk Human Behavior. He has also written 19 books and produced more than 100+ audio and video learning programs, including being a finalist for the top self-help book of 2005.

What you will learn in this episode:

  • The true role of a leader 
  • The difference between management and leadership and why they must remain two separate roles
  • How to assess yourself as a leader and identify what you’re creating with your behavior
  • How neglecting your role as a leader will contribute to the dysfunction of your organization
  • How the pandemic has affected leadership and management dynamics
  • How merely managing the moment creates a reactionary environment
  • The difference in leadership today versus the leadership of yesterday and how Richard’s Leadership Retreat will confront this difference head-on


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