In this latest interactive webinar series, Lee Ellis and Hugh Massie were joined by –
- Raellyn Kovich — an executive and team development coach and owner of Kovich Strategies.
- Robin Rand — CEO of the Gary Sinise Foundation and retired four-star General serving active duty in the United States Air Force for over 40 years.
Together, they covered the topic of “The Quandary of Leadership – What to Do When Your Best Talents Aren’t Enough” on how to adapt leadership style to better balance natural strengths and struggles.
Please watch and hear their advice, experience, and personal stories on growing as a behaviorally smart leader. We’ve also provided a special offer below the video window.
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