Finding Your Leadership Style

Are you practical and a realist?  Or a visionary and an idealist?  Do you lead and inspire?  Manage?  Or unknowingly manipulate?

Lanny Goodman

We talked with Lanny Goodman, CEO of Management Technologies Inc. and a management consultant for entrepreneurs. Author of The End of Management – Have More Time, Make More Money and Have More Fun by Creating a Company That Runs Itself and a speaker at the Inc. 500 Conference, Lanny shared with us his thoughts on what he calls “Trinity Management”—the bedrock of good entrepreneurial leadership.

According to Lanny, everything that goes on in an entrepreneurial business can fit into three buckets:

  • Products or services
  • Marketing and sales
  • Financial management

Lanny believes that an entrepreneur typically is good at only one of these things. 
Click the play button below to hear Lanny give details on:

  • Why a team of three people serves you best
  • Why you’re a stronger leader if you identify your sweet spot
  • The traps of trying to do it all

(Interview length: Approximately 8 minutes)

“Leadership is practiced not so much in words as in attitude and action.”
–Harold S. Geneen
(1910-1997), CEO of ITT


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