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PODCAST: Talking Leadership with Jared Quan

VS Grenier is back with Jared Quan as her guest to discuss Leadership September 20, 2019 at 9 AM Pacific - 10 AM Mountain - 11 AM Central - 12 PM Eastern

Listen to the Podcast at https://www.blogtalkradio.com/michiganavenuemedia/2019/09/20/vs-grenier-is-back-with-jared-quan-as-her-guest-to-discuss-leadership 


What is a good leader?

A great leader posses a clear vision, is courageous, has integrity, honesty, humility, and clear focus. A great leader doesn't have to be an Alpha personality - just someone who wants to help people reach their goals, are not afraid of lifting other up or working with those who may be better at something over them and take pride in the accomplishments of those they help along the way.


About today's guest: Jared Quan is published in genres from Spy-Thriller to Horror/Supernatural. To Fantasy-Comedy. He served the community in crucial roles with League of Utah Writers, Storymakers, Cultural Arts Society of West Jordan, EMAA, BigWorldNetwork, TEDx SaltLakeCity, Utah Poet Laureate Selection Committee, AITP, and for countless events and organizations.

About your host: VS Grenier is an award-winning author and editor. She serves the community every day working with public safety 1st responders and has donated her time to the arts as a book festival director and writing coach for community education programs. Learn more at https://vsgrenier.com

For more information about our shows visit https://michiganavenuemedia.com

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