Do you have the courage to do the right thing, even when it’s hard? 

You might remember John he was on the podcast last year and he is back to talk about his newest book “Iron-Sharpened Leadership.” One phrase really stood out to me from our interview and it’s our conversation on personal courage. Having the courage to do what is right, even when it might leave you alone. 

As we dove into this topic it became clear from my own experiences and the world we live in today that this one trait of a great leader can make all the difference.

John L. Gronski, Major General (U.S. Army Retired) is the founder and CEO of Leader Grove LLC, a keynote speaker, leadership seminar facilitator, executive coach, author, and director of the leadership academy for student-athletes at Lebanon Valley College. John is a Certified DISC Practitioner and he serves on the Academic Advisory Council for Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies.

John has earned a superb reputation as a leadership and peak performance expert, a motivational storyteller, and a much sought-after speaker and leadership seminar facilitator. His presentations feature inspirational stories and wisdom gained from his own leadership experience and the experience of others.

Iron-Sharpened Leadership Book

Ep. 75 – The Ride of Our Lives

Topics Covered:

  • Leading others for 40 years 
  • Toxic Leadership
  • Treating people with dignity and respect
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Iron Sharpens Iron
  • Leadership on the hard decisions
  • Resilience Leadership
  • Personal Courage 

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