Feb 27, 2020
Truly impactful leadership leaves something behind that can be felt long after your departure from any industry, organization or community.
This episode is the third installment in my Leadership Lesson series- a collection of insights on truly impactful leadership takeaways, debuting during Black History Month. I share lessons learned while writing the book, Justice on the Jersey Shore with my father, Ermon K. Jones who fought for change during some of the most segregated times in American history.
Listen in to hear why legacy is possibly the most important part of your role as a leader. I share some of the impact and influence left behind by my father and the story of Oseola McCarty, who inspired countless others through one seemingly simple act of philanthropy. Find out how as you continue to develop and contribute to the world, you can find ways to ensure your leadership transcends you.
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