Fleet Maull discusses Radical Responsibility and what it takes to be a successful leader
Dr. Fleet Maull, PhD, a consultant, executive coach, and author joins Enterprise Radio. His new book, “Radical Responsibility: How to Move Beyond Blame, Fearlessly Live Your Highest Purpose, and Become an Unstoppable Force for Good”, is set for release on May 14, 2019.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Fleet Maull discuss the following:
- What can leaders do to create a work environment that is less fear and blame based and more resilient and creative?
- Does self-criticism harm our confidence, or is it necessary in order to work towards self-improvement and optimal performance?
- How can increasing our capacity for mindfulness impact our productivity?
- Why is it important for leaders to have strong emotional intelligence?
- Can we learn from shame?
Dr. Fleet Maull, PhD, is a consultant, executive coach, meditation teacher, and author. After earning his Master’s Degree at Naropa University, Maull served 14 years in prison for drug trafficking. During this time, Maull used his knowledge to create one of the first inside-prison hospice programs and founded two national organizations: Prison Mindfulness Institute and National Prison Hospice Association. Through his books, seminars, and teachings, Maull provides transformational and mindfulness-based skills to CEO’s, business executives, prisoners, clinicians, and criminal justice professionals. Maull is renowned for turning around stagnant companies and helping them build sustainable growth by guiding management teams to create a more effective organizational culture.
His upcoming book, Radical Responsibility: How to Move Beyond Blame, Fearlessly Live Your Highest Purpose, and Become an Unstoppable Force for Good, is set for release on May 14, 2019. This book provides the tools to stop living as a victim and to co-create the life you aspire to live. Through a combination of personal stories, research, and meditation exercises, Maull guides his audience to let go of fear-based patterns and to become leaders in not only their jobs, but in their daily lives.
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