Feb 042015

In Conversation with Stephen M. R. Covey and Greg Link: Lead with Trust



“We believe that the very first job as a leader is to inspire trust through your character and through your competence. The second job as a leader is to extend trust, to give it.”
~ Stephen M. R. Covey


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In Conversation with Stephen M. R. Covey and Greg Link
Stephen M. R. Covey is co-founder and CEO of CoveyLink Worldwide. A sought-after and compelling keynote speaker and advisor on trust, leadership, ethics, and high performance, he speaks to audiences around the world. He is the author of The SPEED of Trust, a groundbreaking and paradigm-shifting book that challenges our age-old assumption that trust is merely a soft, social virtue and instead demonstrates that trust is a hard-edged, economic driver – a learnable and measurable skill that makes organizations more profitable, people more promotable, and relationships more energizing.

Greg Link is the Co-founder, President and CDO (Chief Deal-Making Officer) of CoveyLink, a fast growing boutique consultancy committed to influencing influencers to grow their careers and their organizations at The SPEED of TRUST. As President of CoveyLink, he draws upon his trusted reputation among business leaders throughout the world to attract alliances, talent, and select clients. A recognized authority on leadership, sales, and marketing, Greg is a sought-after advisor and speaker.

Also in this issue:
+ In Conversation with Stephen M. R. Covey and Greg Link: Lead with Trust
+ Deliberate Leadership in a Distracted World by David A. O’Brien
+ Signs of the Spineless Leader by John R. Bell
+ Becoming a Leader People Choose to Follow by Tom Roth
+ One Question that Leaders Should be Asking Their People by Greg Mowbray
+ A Tale of Three Leaders by Doug Dickerson
+ Got Ethics? Are You Positive? by Linda Fisher Thornton
+ Leaders Behaving Badly: Ego by Sarah Bridges, Ph. D.
+ The Time to Lead by Steve Keating
+ Make a Difference with Your Words by Gershon Mader
+ Integrity Should Not be a Priority by David Sawyer
+ Building a Positive Workplace Through Feedback by Claire Laughlin