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🎧  Revolutionize Your Leadership Style: The Power of Hybrid Leadership
Podcast Leadership / PodCast / May 15, 2023 / Posted by Mark Mears / 20

🎧 Revolutionize Your Leadership Style: The Power of Hybrid Leadership

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In this podcast episode, John Golden from Sales POP Online Sales Magazine and Pipeliner CRM speaks with Mark Meers, the Chief Growth Officer for Leaf Growth Ventures, L.N.C. The episode focuses on the concept of hybrid leadership and the components of a hybrid leader, based on Mark Meers’ research and his bestselling book, “The Purposeful Growth Revolution: Four Ways to Grow from Leader to Legacy Builder.” They discuss the importance of creating a sense of belonging within a community, the need for flexibility and openness in a hybrid work environment, and the importance of pursuing purposeful growth. Mark emphasizes that people will remember how you made them feel, not necessarily what you said or did.

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Mark Mears is a #1 Best Selling author, keynote speaker, consultant, and visionary business leader. He has a significant track record of building shareholder value—driving innovation and profitable growth among world-class, high-profile brands such as PepsiCo/Pizza Hut, McDonald’s, Frito-Lay, JCPenney, NBCUniversal, and The Cheesecake Factory. Today, Mark serves as Chief Growth Officer for LEAF Growth Ventures, LLC—a consulting firm inspiring individuals, teams, and organizations to find purpose in fulfilling their true growth potential while making a positive, lasting difference in the world. Mark has just released his new book titled, The Purposeful Growth Revolution: 4 Ways to Grow from Leader to Legacy Builder. Mark is also a member of the Senior Leader Network within Conscious Capitalism, Inc., a global organization whose mission he shares: Elevating Humanity Through Business.

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