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Episode 62 - Hile Rutledge - How do you define leadership?

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Release Date: 02/03/2021

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Welcome back (and forward!) to Hile Rutledge, President and Principal Consultant of OKA! Hile joined us way back in lucky episode #13 to talk all things emotional intelligence. Since then, Hile and Doug have had a number of conversations that got Doug thinking, "What if we recorded more of these discussions?"

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What is the key to making better decisions? Dan Markovitz, author of "The Conclusion Trap - Four Steps to Better Decisions" argues that one of the biggest mistakes we all make is the idea that we do not understand the issue at hand as well as we could. We often rush into our decisions without having a clear, complete idea of what is in front of us.

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Alan Robinson, PhD, argues that most creativity comes from the bottom up. That is, frontline employees are the source of the most and best ideas that will make your company more effective. And, he has the research to back it up. On this week's episode, we talk about an oldie AND a goodie..."Corporate Creativity - How Innovation and Improvement Actually Happen." It was published in 1997 and is still one of my favorite books.

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Welcome back (and forward!) to Hile Rutledge, President and Principal Consultant of OKA! Hile joined us way back in lucky episode #13 to talk all things emotional intelligence. Since then, Hile and Doug have had a number of conversations that got Doug thinking, "What if we recorded more of these discussions?"

So, Hile and Doug put their heads together and decided to just talk and hit the Record button. (Unfortunately, that means Doug gets more time to talk...) Moving forward, Hile and Doug will talk about numerous topics, all related to "leadership." Hile will join Doug every other episode and we are excited to have him!