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Leadership Walks

Welcome to the second episode of my newly revamped podcast! Today, I'm discussing why leadership walks.

Our leadership must be active if we're to have an impact on others, but we also must make sure to travel at the appropriate pace. Too quickly and we wear out; too slowly and others get bored.

Above all, leadership walks because I've found that walking allows appropriate time and attention for detailed and meaningful reflection. And reflection is a key discipline for any successful leader.

And, be sure to check out this link from TED I mention in the podcast, about five thinkers who swore by walking meetings.

You can subscribe to The Leadership Does Podcast in iTunes here.

Be sure to pay attention to this episode - I share how I make toast.