On Leadership with Scott Miller: #19 Scott's Leadership Lessons

TWO LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE TRENCHES

Join Scott Miller, as he curates two more of the most important leadership lessons he’s learned: the difference between bad news and wrong news, and the necessity of cultivating intentional friendships.

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Additional Resources:

HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR MANAGER: Follow these tips to keep the lines of communication open between you and your manager.

STAY COOL THROUGH BAD NEWS: Learn six leadership tips to remain calm when bad news inevitably arrives.

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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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