34 minutes | Nov 25, 2020

Leadership Inspired By The Marine Corps With Chris Lovell

Everybody agrees that we can all take an inspiration or two from the Marine Corps when it comes to leadership. It’s not just because of the highly disciplined and regimented way of doing things that we generally associate with military life. Most importantly, it teaches us that “leaders eat last” – that concept of servant leadership that puts emphasis on supporting each member of the team and setting them up to succeed. Retiring as a Marine Corps Major after honorably serving the country for 24 years, Chris Lovell took the skills that he acquired from the military to take various leadership roles at Amazon, Lexmark International and the Defense Logistics Agency, and now, in his own federal-level medical supplies company, Lovell Government Services. In this conversation with Alicia Couri, he shares the most important leadership lessons that he learned during his years in the Marines and how he applies them every day as a company leader.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
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