A Dose of Leadership with Richard Rierson
Sep 12th, 2019 by saunderscash
In this episode, we are joined by leadership expert and host of the A Dose of Leadership podcast, Richard Rierson.
Richard started out as a US Marine Corps pilot where he got his first exposure to the principles of leadership he teaches others today as a leadership coach and business consultant. Richard is a student of leadership as well as a practitioner. Richard’s continual quest to influence the lives of others has led him into what he is doing now, teaching leadership and sharing the experiences of other leaders via his podcast.
Richard started the Dose of Leadership podcast six years and has interviewed more than 300 CEOs, thought leaders and others about their leadership style.
What You Will Learn
- Leadership has nothing to do with position or title
- How to lead from a place of clarity in times of uncertainty
- Keys to take your leadership to the next level
- How to overcome the beliefs that are limiting your leadership
- You can lead from the front, middle, or bottom of an organization
Richard is a husband, father of four daughters, prior Marine Corps officer, commercial pilot, leadership speaker, trainer, coach, and entrepreneur. Richard works to help professionals and organizations develop an authentic leadership presence, crush limiting beliefs, & overcome mediocrity; creating a more purpose driven life full of time & economic freedom. Richard is a change management and leadership expert. Richard’s philosophy of inspiring “everyone to think and act like a leader” is based on timeless natural principles; and from his experiences as a Marine Corps pilot, professional executive, husband of 22 years, and father of four daughters.
Richard’s previous positions include Vice President of Operations & Vice President of Brand Communication for Value Place Hotels; Director of New Product Development & Director of International Operations for The Hayes Company; and Boeing 727 Flight Engineer for American Airlines.
Richard is a Wichita native and received his BS of Computer Science from Wichita State University in 1991. He is also a 2007 recipient of the Wichita Business Journal’s annual 40-Under-40 award.