Episode 147: Power of 3 Leadership with Steven Mays

Steven Mays is proud to have grown up a military brat. After graduating the United States Naval Academy in 1974, he joined the Navy Nuclear Power program. He served on attack submarines, and later went on to a civilian career involving safety and risk evaluations of nuclear power plants.

Through both his military and civilian careers, he ran into good leaders and bad leaders, and when he boiled it down, he realized that there were a few things the good leaders had that the bad leaders were missing.

He detailed these in this short book, Power of 3: Lessons in Leadership, and brings us those lessons today. Don’t let the length of this podcast throw you — this was a wide-ranging conversation that just flew by. Enjoy!

'We have a dearth of good leadership in world, and we suffer for it.' -- Steven Mays #betterhumanhood #leadership Click To Tweet

Links:
Power of 3 Leadership | The Power of 3: Lessons in Leadership
Simon Sinek | Start With Why
Winston Churchill
Nelson Mandela
Mahatma Gandhi
George Patton
Douglas MacArthur
Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Road Less Traveled by Scott Peck
Michael Jordan
Richard Nixon
Bill Clinton
David Petraeus
Aesop’s Fables
“The Road Not Traveled” by Robert Frost

'Leaders fix problems.' -- Steven Mays #leadership #betterhumanhood Click To Tweet

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'Leaders are *we* people, not *I* people' -- Steven Mays #betterhumanhood #leadership Click To Tweet

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