In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins is joined by Kent Ingle, author of The Modern Guide to College, Framework Leadership, and 9 Disciplines of Enduring Leadership, and the president of Southeastern University. During their conversation, they discuss how systems help organizations move through change and how routines make our whole life more healthy.
“We have six frameworks that guide every decision we make for our organization.”
“If we are going to grow, we are going places we’ve never been before.”
“A system provides a structure, rationale, method for moving an organization forward in the change process.”
“If I’m not healthy physically, everything else is going to suffer.”
“Routines every day bring vitality, life, learning, a lot of elements to our home that make us strong and healthy.”
“Discipline and routine is extremely important on a day by day basis in our home.”
“Always be others oriented in everything you do.”
“Think of ways that you can still providing that mentoring influence in a way that will understand boundaries.”
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