Leading with Humility with Doug Conant and Lisa Osborne Ross

In our increasingly complex world, leaders have to manage more challenges, stakeholders, and scenarios than ever before. To grow an organization amidst all of this, how can leaders create a proactive profile that enables them to manage in a constructive way? How can they put people first, without sacrificing growth, and still be remembered as an impactful leader?

In this episode, host Gautam Mukunda speaks with founder of ConantLeadership and former CEO of Campbell Soup Company, Doug Conant, and the CEO of Edelman U.S., Lisa Osborne Ross, about how a leader’s ability to orchestrate an organization with integrity, empathy, and confidence can leave an enduring contribution.

“The more you sharpen your leadership skills it’s amazing how much better your gut gets.” — Doug Conant

“If you put people first, profitability follows.” — Lisa Osborne Ross

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Literature Referenced:

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t, by Jim Collins

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