On Leadership with Scott Miller: Episode #07 Leadership Lessons


Join Scott Miller, FranklinCovey's executive vice president, as he shares the three most important leadership lessons of his career, including excuse-free apologies, the danger of being interesting, and the insight from Dr. Stephen R. Covey that changed him forever.

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Additional Resources: 

BECOME A TRANSITION PERSON: Break the cycle of unhealthy behaviors and move forward with new habits of effectiveness.

WHAT I LEARNED FROM STEPHEN R. COVEY: Read the debut of Scott Miller's new leadership column, and learn more about the lessons he shared in this week's On Leadership interview.

PODCAST: Listen to this episode on Soundcloud.


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About the Author

Scott Miller

Scott J. Miller is Executive Vice President of Business Development and Chief Marketing Officer for FranklinCovey. Scott has been with the company for 20 years, and previously served as Vice President of Business Development and Marketing. His role as EVP and Chief Marketing Officer caps 12 years on the front line, working with thousands of client facilitators across many markets and countries.

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