034: Mark Wojcik Leads by Listening
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I invite guests to share personal stories about small acts of leadership that help shape their lives.
In Episode 34, Mark Wojcik shares something his mentor told him, explains why being available to others is crucial, and advises us to be present and listen when colleagues and peers seek our help.
00:00 Prologue: Recruiting 101 and More!
Mark Wojcik is a recruiting pro who is one of the premier go-to sources for help with recruiting. He has a popular LinkedIn video series entitled, Recruiting 101 (sample links below). In addition to sales and recruiting, Mark has extensive experience training others in his field.
01:25 Part 1: Accepting Help from Others
Asking for and receiving help doesn’t take from your accomplishments. Mark shares a mentor’s comment that left him with a strong impression.
07:51 Part 2: Be Available to Support Others
Mark explains how crucial being available to the people you work with – but within some boundaries. Doing so can build trust and demonstrates that you value others.
13:05 Part 3: Be Present and Listen
Mark advises us to be present and listen when helping colleagues and peers. To effectively lead, you need strong listening skills.
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Mark’s LinkedIn Profile
Some of Mark’s Recruiting 101 (short) videos:
You can find all the musical tracks at Envato Elements.
00:00 Theme music: Uplift Corporate Inspire by OlexandrIgnatov
01:10 Uplifting and Inspiring Corporate by Anuch
07:36 Groovy Lounge Tune by LoopsLab
12:50 Uplifting Romantic by alexbird
18:44 Fun and Flirty by BrownHouseMedia
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