545. Expert Interview: Leadership Lessons from Mom
Mark Villareal is a two-time international best-selling author, keynote and motivational speaker, coach and consultant. He speaks and is an expert on leadership, culture, business development and strategy. He coaches, consults and mentors leaders and aspiring leaders, and managers in development, management and business teams. Mark has over 35-years of experience in building teams and achieving C-Level status, the top positions within organizations he has been associated with in the last 20-years. He also hosts and teaches webinars and seminars on organizational culture and leadership. Establishing the right culture and leadership is the foundation for long term success.
Leadership Lessons from Mom
“Mothers often have the first impact and make the strongest impressions on us. Of course, my father made an impact, too. My mom was a housewife, but I often say she was the best leadership coach who chose to be a housewife. I took 40 lesson from my childhood all the way up to my mom’s death. In my book, “Leadership Lessons from Mom,” I correlate the lessons I learned from my mother, how I lead and how I teach others to lead in business and in life.”
Why Is This Important?
“I have a passion for leadership, which was instilled by my mother, beginning with values and principles. The lessons I learned that relate to business start from a foundation of values and principles.”
What Are the Key Lessons Learned Here?
“Values are what you live by daily, and if you live by them daily, then they become principles, which become automatic. On top of your values, your character is built. Every decision you make should flow back to that. When I speak, coach or consult with organizations—whether we’re doing strategic planning or building their vision, mission and values—the values are the first thing we build. They are the foundation of what the organization will become. Every strategy and decision is built upon that and designates who you and your organization are daily.”
Connecting With Mark Villareal
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