Jay McDonald shares 7 BIG tips if you are eying the C-Suite at your company. And why is being a bar tender and cab driver a great way to get educated?

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Jay McDonald shares 7 BIG tips if you are eying the C-Suite at your company. And why is being a bar tender and cab driver a great way to get educated?

Show Notes

Flat vs. hierarchical organizations  [04:04]

As a strong believer in over-communicating, how would Jay apologize as a CEO?  [09:19]

One of the best managed crisis situation Jay had seen  [10:55]

The three challenges many CEOs face: Finding the right talent, overall situation in the world, government regulation and red tape  [13:50]

After decades of being a leader, why does Jay still find his work exciting?  [18:01]

Seven big tips for the millennial eyeing the C-suite  [20:30]

 

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Quotes

I think everyone should go to college and get a degree and then spend six months as a bartender and six months as a cab driver. Then they would really be educated. – Al McGuire

There are no instant things and there is no entitlement. You got to earn it. – Jay McDonald

I firmly believe that leaders take responsibility and give credit; they don’t blame other people. – Jay McDonald

I think you got to have an ethical code and a moral code that goes throughout everything you do as a leader and your organization does. – Jay McDonald

Living your ‘why’ is the energy that fuels what we do. – Jay McDonald

 

Links and Mentions

HLW Episode 48: Interview with Jay McDonald, Part 1

Al McGuire, the Marquette University men’s basketball team and CBS Sports

Johnson & Johnson

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