"Leaders Must Consider Their People First"
How do you lead through change and inspire your teams to not only improve performance, but to reach and sustain excellence by being in the 1/10th of 1/10th of 1%?
John “Gucci” Foley knows what it takes to be excellent - to be the best of the best - to work with precision, teamwork - and always with a Glad to Be Here® mindset. His Blue Angels gold helmet is a symbol of excellence and teamwork, one that he shares during every presentation to inspire audiences to reach for the stratosphere.
John explains that the gold helmet represents what it takes to go beyond the 1%. Out of the hundreds of thousands of pilots, only six people get to wear this helmet at any given time - only 1/10th of 1/10th of 1% of all the pilots in the world.
John says that in order to lead through change, leaders must consider their people first. A stunning Blue Angels airshow is only as good as all of the people combining their expertise and working with precision as a team.
Your organization is only as good as your people. To be better than the best, you must create a culture of excellence and caring. When you challenge your people to achieve and sustain excellence within this type of environment, your organization’s excellence will grow and ultimately become the the 1/10th of 1/10th of 1%.