Stop the Leadership Malpractice with Wally Hauck

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on July 15, 2014 0 Comments

wally hauckThe leadership model we have been taught and that continues to be taught no longer works in our current world. It worked well in the industrial economy because people were not well educated, tasks were often simple and routine, and some workers didn’t even speak English. But in this day and age of online businesses, virtual worlds and virtual teams, the leadership model needs to change.

Today tasks are complex projects which are often customized frequently.  This requires nimble decision making and action to adapt to frequent change in economic and technological conditions. This requires a different leadership model.

Poor performers are costly for business and deadly for small businesses. Wally Hauck has the cure for leadership malpractice. Learn how to motivate and inspire your team members and watch your productivity soar.



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Wally Hauck, PhD has a cure for the "deadly disease" known as the typical performance appraisal. Wally holds a doctorate in organizational leadership from Warren National University, a Master of Business Administration in finance from Iona College, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania. Wally is a Certified Speaking Professional or CSP. The Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation, established in 1980, is the speaking industry's international measure of professional platform skill. For 18 years his consulting firm, Optimum Leadership, has consulted with dozens of organizations and coached hundreds of individuals in improving leadership skills, employee engagement, and performance. Wally embraces Dr. W. Edwards Deming’s Theory of Profound Knowledge to assist leaders to develop remove obstacles in the system that block effective performance. As a professor of Organizational Change and Development at the University of New Haven in Connecticut Wally received the highest ratings of all professors in 2012.