CEO View: Practicing Servant Leadership and Extreme Communication
February 3, 2021
Hosted by Alise Cortez, PhD
Effective leaders know the value of ongoing learning and receiving mentorship and support from others. In this episode, we learn from the CEO of NAFCU about why emotional intelligence is critical as a servant leader in today, some of his recommended hiring and managing practices that fly in the face of many companies, and the importance of guarding and nurturing culture while stoking the communication channels to steward the workforce during the trying pandemic times.
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Alise Cortez, PhD
Dr. Alise Cortez is affectionately referred to as “The Anti-Undertaker” as she awakens the often otherwise “walking dead” to discover and nurture their passion, inspiration, and purpose in life and at work. She is one part Chief Purpose Officer and Management Consultant specializing in meaning and purpose, and one part Inspirational Speaker, Author, and Radio Host. Having developed her expertise within the Human Capital / Organizational Excellence industry over the last 20 years, today she is focused on enabling organizations to lead from purpose and create cultures of meaning that inspire impassioned performance, energizing engagement and fulfillment, while encouraging a devoted stay within the organization. For individuals, she also facilitates the online Catch Fire global community and various retreats to enable people hungry for a more meaningful and purposeful life to discover and create it for themselves.