Entrepreneurial Leadership: Learning to Lead Others Before Leading Yourself With Joel Peterson
Great Life, Great Career hosted by Scott Miller, brings together insights, proven principles, and expert advice on aligning your passions and talents with your purpose and mission. This week Scott is joined by investor, Stanford professor, JetBlue Chairman, and entrepreneur Joel Peterson to discuss entrepreneurial leadership and the unmistakable attributes of successful entrepreneurs.
Joel Peterson is the Founding Partner and Chairman of Peterson Partners. Joel has a long history of successful growth capital investments in a variety of industries. He currently teaches Entrepreneurial Management at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, is the Chairman of the Board of Overseers at the Hoover Institution at Stanford as well as the Chairman of the Board at JetBlue Airways, and serves as a Director of Franklin Covey. He served formerly as Managing Partner of Trammell Crow Company. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. Joel is the author of The 10 Laws of Trust: Building the Bonds that make a Business Great.
- Building leadership skill in entrepreneurs
- The role of a presider, manager, and entrepreneur
- The founders trap
- The 10 laws of trust
- Betrayal in business
- Advice for early-stage entrepreneurs
- The difference between stars and divas
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