Helping Others Succeed | An Interview with Dr. Joanie Connell
What’s the best way to help others succeed?
It’s an important question for all of us, and it’s one that my accomplished guest today, Joanie Connell, PhD, has made a central part of her career. Joanie is a Harvard-educated organizational consultant and leadership coach who helps people achieve their highest potential. Her clients include Fortune 100 companies, government agencies, as well as non-profits. She also teaches business and psychology at the university level.
Joanie’s book, Flying without a Helicopter, explores what it takes to achieve success in the workplace and includes insights on parenting, educating, and managing young people in a way that encourages resilience and self-reliance.
Listen in for fascinating—and practicable—advice on leadership that you can use at home, at work, or both!
In this BYB episode, you will . . .
- Hear insight on getting the most from young people
- Understand how to lead by allowing others to endure challenges
- See how parents can inadvertently hinder their children’s success
- Get essential tips for better leadership
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Flying without a Helicopter: How to Prepare Young People for Work and Life by Joanie Connell, PhD
Becoming Your Best: The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders by Steven R. Shallenberger