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Skills of a Leader – Always The Leader – Powerful Leadership Video

My passion is developing the skills of a leader (both the actual process of developing leaders I have manged and those leaders I have trained and worked with as a consultant).

If you have followed my blog for any time, you know that I love coming across powerful and practical leadership stories that demonstrate how easy it can be to make a big difference as a leader. Here is one such story.

The DMV is the perfect example, the poster child, for poor customer service. In this video developing leaders will learn how making a few tweaks can make a big impact on an organization.

Leadership does not have to be that hard. In fact it can be quite easy. I think we sometimes make it more difficult than it needs to be. Leadership starts from the heart. From the heart comes the ability for the leader to care and feel empathy for those they serve.

This practical leadership story is told by Ken Blanchard. As Blanchard states, “it’s always the leader.”

Other video posts you might like:

Leadership and Bad Customer Service Video from Domino’s Pizza Store

Anyone Can Be a Leader – Powerful Video

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  • Kelly May 21, 2012, 7:57 am

    Love it! I would agree that historically, DMV is one of the places I most despise going because it takes forever and it is very difficult to get what you need on first request. Now, I can’t wait to get check it out locally and see if my experience is the same as Ken’s. Leadership CAN make a difference.

  • Mike Rogers May 22, 2012, 7:59 pm

    Kelly, let us know how the experience is? Hopefully it is much better : ) I am crossing my fingers for you. Thanks for your comments.

  • Don Witzel May 22, 2012, 7:47 pm

    Excellent! Love it …. really speaks to the current reality within organizational processes and the need for leadership.

  • Ginny Whitelaw May 22, 2012, 7:50 pm

    This is so fun! Thanks, Mike. And who can’t identify with the joy of reducing a 3 hour wait at DMV to 9 minutes? Or turning grumpy clerks into helpful guides? Moment-by-moment adjustments to serve people – we would all do well to keep this in front of us.

  • Barrie June 8, 2013, 11:03 am

    Leadership makes all the difference. I’m fortunate that most places I’ve worked, I’ve experienced this and have learned from people who modeled leadership values and practices. I’ve been able to pass on what I’ve learned to those I’ve led. One of my biggest sources of pride as a leader is to get obstacles out of the way so my team can excel at finding innovative, collaborative and creative solutions to the issues/inefficiencies we’re facing . In the best of cases, everyone wins, is engaged and develops their own leadership capabilities as a result. And where the best plans and intentions aren’t successful, it is a great opportunity to slow down, reflect and learn more about yourself, your environment and your team in order to understand what you could have done differently. Leadership is not one size fits all!

    • Michael Rogers June 8, 2013, 8:25 pm

      Thanks for your comments Barrie.

      I am fortunate as well and have learned from so many positive leaders. I have also had the fortunate experience of learning from leaders not so good as well : ) One of the biggest roles of a good leader is to effectively remove obstacles for their team(s). Glad you see that as an important part of what you do.


  • R. Mark Macy July 31, 2014, 7:23 am

    Home run Mike! Thanks for sharing! Keep up the great work!

  • Mike Rogers July 31, 2014, 9:50 am

    Thanks Mark!

  • hisham August 19, 2014, 4:29 am

    Many thanks Mike. It is a simple yet interesting video. I totally agree with the tagline “It’s always the leader”. By the way, what leadership training program do you offer.


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