Above the Line: The Basis for Living and Leading with the Heart
February 10, 2020
Hosted by Tom Crea
Stephen and Mara Klemich, a husband and wife team, are the co-founders of Heartstyles and co-creators of the Heartstyles Indicator tool, a tool that measures effective and ineffective thinking and behaviour. They have been working in the corporate world for over 30 years, focusing on individual, team and organisational behaviour and cultural transformation. They both believe that the style of one’s life, character and leadership comes from an attitude of the heart and have placed this at the core the people development industry. They are the co-authors of Above the line – living and leading with heart, which will be published by Harper Collins in 2020.
Your Evolving Leadership Journey
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“Your Evolving Leadership Journey” is for anyone who believes continuous learning is part of the ongoing leadership journey.
“Companies that did business from a foundation of love and purpose and practiced servant leadership produced a 1026 percent return to shareholders over a ten-year period, eight times more than the so-called Good to Great companies.” (Coetzer, 2019)
With a slant towards servant leadership, Tom interviews contemporary authors to drill down on topics such as long-distance leadership, resilience, clarity, culture, developing others, individual behavior, persuasion, managing up, spiritual best practices, character, values, trust and more.
Tom Crea is a leadership expert, decorated career Army Officer, and Blackhawk Helicopter pilot who learned to lead in a culture with a lineage of servant leaders. Because of his proven skills, he was hand selected to run the Army’s leadership development program at two Boston colleges, where he and his team transformed college students into combat leaders.
Tom is a Servant Leadership ambassador and the author of “Unleash Your Values: How to Lead and Succeed in Business Today: A Helicopter Pilot’s Spin on Developing the Leader in You.”