What does it mean to lead from your own center?

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Ernest Gundling (Author of Leading Across New Borders)

Ernest Gundling uses an example to describe how a great leader leads from their own center by using discretionary effort to work with employees and local people. He discusses the benefits of leading in a way that improves the lives of the people of that both live and work in the area where businesses reside.


About Author

Ernest Gundling

Author of "Leading Across New Borders"

Dr. Gundling acts as a Senior Asia specialist at Aperian Global, assisting clients in developing strategic global approaches to leadership, organization development, and relationships with key business partners. He coaches executives with global responsibilities and works with multicultural management teams to help them formulate business plans based upon strong mutual understanding and a joint commitment to execution. Dr. Gundling holds a Ph.D. and a Master of Arts from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University

Interviewed By

Jennifer Crumpton

Jennifer Crumpton

Sarder TV Anchor, Author & Media Professional

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