In this episode of the Championship Leadership podcast, Yonason Goldson talks about his book: Grappling with the Gray, empowering others to fulfill their potential, intellectual integrity and constructive disagreement, learning to talk to people you disagree with and listening to understand.
In This Episode:
[3:22] What does championship leadership mean to Yonason?
[5:19] Who is Yonason Goldson and what brought him to where he is today?
[11:33] Leaders that have influenced him.
[23:14] His vision, future plans and impact he wants to make.
[28:29] Episode takeaways.
About The Guest:
Yonason Goldson, director of Ethical Imperatives, LLC, works with leaders to create a culture of ethics that builds trust, sparks initiative, and drives productivity. He’s a keynote and TEDx speaker, trainer, coach, and community rabbi, as well as a podcast host, columnist and author, repentant hitchhiker, world traveler, and retired high school teacher in St. Louis. He’s published hundreds of articles applying ancient rabbinic wisdom to the challenges of the modern secular world, and six books, most recently “Grappling with the Gray: an ethical handbook for personal success and business prosperity.”
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