Servant Leadership in a Pandemic, with Joe Iarocci, Cairnway Coaching (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 232)
Joe Iarocci of Cairnway Coaching joins the show to discuss servant leadership in a pandemic, examples of both stellar and mediocre leadership in this environment, a leader’s “Covid-19 mindset,” and much more. The host of “North Fulton Business Radio” is John Ray and the show is produced virtually by the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.
Joe Iarocci, Founder, Cairnway Coaching
Joe Iarocci is the Founder of Cairnway Coaching. Joe founded Cairnway after serving as CEO of the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. Before joining the Greenleaf Center, Joe spent thirteen years with CARE USA, one of the world’s largest international nongovernmental organizations dedicated to ending extreme poverty. Joe served CARE as General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer and Chief of Staff. Joe practiced business law prior to joining CARE, representing individual entrepreneurs as well as multinational corporations. Joe currently serves on the boards of Social Accountability International, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits and the Foundation Center-Atlanta. Joe is uniquely passionate about spreading awareness and increasing implementation of servant leadership practices organizations and individuals.
Cairnway is a firm that coaches executives, teams and boards of directors, taking a servant leadership approach. The firm promotes servant leadership in the workplace through speaking, teaching and corporate events.
The evidence shows that organizations applying servant leadership have exceptional employee engagement, customer experience and team effectiveness. Servant leadership improves performance on more than one bottom line.
Joe and the Cairnway team bring a servant leadership approach to their coaching work. That means we measure our success by the success of those they serve.
Questions and Topics in this Interview:
- Joe’s background and Cairnway’s philosophy of leadership
- What exactly is servant leadership?
- Where servant leadership is being modeled in this pandemic
- The example of Dr. Anthony Fauci
- A leader’s “Covid-19 mindset”
- Joe’s essay, “What’s Your COVID-19 Leadership Mindset?”
- Abundance mindset vs. scarcity mindset
- Asset-based mindset vs. liability-based mindset
- Fragile mindset or “antifragile” mindset
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