How to stand up organizational thought leadership and who should own it. An interview with…
Thought leadership From Childhood Lessons.
An interview with Dr. Troy Hall about the lessons learned from his mother that later became a book and his work at a major credit union.
Today’s guest is Dr. Troy Hall Chief Strategy Officer for South Carolina Federal Credit Union, and the lead consultant for SCF Solutions, LLC. He is the best-selling author of Cohesion Culture and his newest release Fanny Rules.
Troy shares the heartwarming story of his mother’s leadership that makes up the lessons that in his book Fanny Rules. He explains how these childhood lessons are suitable for both the home and office.
We discuss how Troy has developed the consulting and executive coaching division for South Carolina Federal Credit Union. Troy reveals how that position allows him to work with leaders who want to grow, advance, and develop while focusing on the internal culture of their organization.
Finally, Troy gives advice for burgeoning thought leaders. He shares how if you believe something you have to speak it and become your truth now not someday.
Three Key Takeaways from the Interview
- The earliest lessons in our life can become the basis for our thought leadership.
- Developing thought leadership for an organization requires trust that both sides are working towards the same goals.
- Transformational leadership involves focusing on the needs of others before yourself.
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