Leadership by example is not just about burning the midnight oil to encourage your employees to work harder and harder. Rather, a good leader should listen and create a space that allows everyone to be their best. In this episode of Flourishing Together, Raman spoke with Chris Campbell of ReviewTrackers and Bryan Jurewicz of Arrow Payments about how they lead by example in both their work and their personal lives.
Full Show Notes:
Chris Campbell is the founder and CEO of ReviewTrackers and a travel enthusiast. Chris shares his formative leadership experience of running a lemonade stand and discusses how travel helped him find and identify his true self. Chris and Raman dive into what the true self is and the deep work it takes to find it.
Next, Raman is joined by Bryan Jurewicz, COO & CRO of Arrow Payments. Bryan is a lifelong athlete, even achieving a spot in the NFL. Athletics have long given Bryan a forum to develop his leadership skills and he talks to Raman about the evolution of how he came to be a believer in leading by example.
Raman closes out the episode with a reflection on why leading by example is not just for the office. Inspiring others to be their best applies to your personal life just as much as your work life.
[01:00] - Welcoming Junto alumnus Chris Campbell, Founder & CEO of ReviewTrackers
[01:38] - Emotion wheel
[02:39] - Chris' first recollection of leadership
[05:31] - Highest highs and lowest lows
[10:05] - Being shaped as a leader and a man through globetrotting
[13:12] - Being your true self
[19:42] - What Chris is learning about emotional intelligence
[22:33] - What Chris is learning about other people
[24:39] - Closing appreciations
[27:23] - Welcoming Junto mentor Bryan Jurewicz, COO & CRO at Arrow Payments
[28:32] - Emotion wheel
[29:08] - Bryan's first recollection of leadership
[30:32] - What Bryan learned about leadership as an athlete
[33:46] - Even poor leaders can lead by example
[37:37] - Leadership truths
[42:23] - How Bryan's personal views and beliefs have evolved over time
[44:00] - Looking back through the lens of emotional intelligence
[46:02] - Bringing emotional intelligence into the home
[48:21] - Bryan's mentoring style
[50:31] - Listening attentively
[52:06] - Closing appreciations
[53:57] - Closing Reflections with Raman
The Junto Institute runs a structured, designed Apprenticeship Program that is built on deep mentorship, emotional intelligence training, and teams learning together. Originating in 2012 in Chicago, IL, over 30 companies have graduated from Junto’s Apprenticeship program.
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