38 min

Ep 131: Leadership's Battle Cry: Why Leaders Must Champion Their Beliefs with Darrell Williams The Executive Appeal

    • Management

On today's episode of The Executive Appeal Podcast join Alex D. Tremble (CEO of GPS Leadership Solutions & #KeynoteSpeaker) and Darrell Williams as they explore why leaders must be warriors for their beliefs. Discover the importance of championing convictions and fighting for change to drive organizational growth and success.
Guest Bio:
Darrell Williams is a member of the White House Communications Agency Hall of Fame. He is also a keynote speaker, certified coach, and workshop facilitator who provides clients with expertise in the realm of leadership, relationships, and purpose. His leadership background includes 30 years of federal service highlighted by his selection as Department of Defense Outstanding Mentor and Human Resources Team Member of the Year. His leadership coaching is based on a stellar 20-year military career, where he traveled as an Operations and Vice Presidential Communications Officer, leading over 500 White House missions. Following the tragedies of September 11, 2001, Darrell was selected as 1 of 5 key leaders, from 30 senior managers to direct emergency action communications for the Vice President of the United States, to include duties as an Air Force Two Command Representative.

On today's episode of The Executive Appeal Podcast join Alex D. Tremble (CEO of GPS Leadership Solutions & #KeynoteSpeaker) and Darrell Williams as they explore why leaders must be warriors for their beliefs. Discover the importance of championing convictions and fighting for change to drive organizational growth and success.
Guest Bio:
Darrell Williams is a member of the White House Communications Agency Hall of Fame. He is also a keynote speaker, certified coach, and workshop facilitator who provides clients with expertise in the realm of leadership, relationships, and purpose. His leadership background includes 30 years of federal service highlighted by his selection as Department of Defense Outstanding Mentor and Human Resources Team Member of the Year. His leadership coaching is based on a stellar 20-year military career, where he traveled as an Operations and Vice Presidential Communications Officer, leading over 500 White House missions. Following the tragedies of September 11, 2001, Darrell was selected as 1 of 5 key leaders, from 30 senior managers to direct emergency action communications for the Vice President of the United States, to include duties as an Air Force Two Command Representative.

38 min