Today’s guest, JV Venable, has done some pretty amazing things during the course of his life.
He is a graduate of the USAF’s Fighter Weapons School (Top Gun anyone?), and he’s flown fighter aircraft all over the world.
He has led individuals, teams, and organizations as large as 1,100 people at the highest ends of performance and risk in both peacetime and combat, including serving as the commander and demonstration leader of the USAF jet demonstration team, the Thunderbirds.
I know, right?
He is also an inspirational speaker, seminar leader, and coach on building high-performance teams, and his new book is Breaking the Trust Barrier: How Leaders Close the Gaps for High Performance.
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In today’s episode, JV and I discuss:
- How he responds to those who suggest leading in the military and inside a company can’t be easily compared
- The concept of “drafting” and how you can effectively close the gaps within your organization
- The key components for developing Commitment, Loyalty and Trust
- And a lot more…”
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JV’s Latest Book
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JV in Action
Books JV Recommends
Teamwork: What Must Go Right / What Can Go Wrong by Carl Larson and Frank M J Lafasto
Leading Change by John P. Kotter
Seven Came Through by Eddie Rickenbacker
South: The ENDURANCE Expedition by Ernest Shackleton
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