Episode 12 | Part Two: A Conversation with Daniel Harkavy

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Clint concludes his conversation with the author of “The 7 Perspectives of Effective Leaders”, Daniel Harkavy.  In part two, Clint and Daniel discuss the value of placing ‘strategic bets’, why you need to celebrate people finding the problems in things, and why great leaders should want to lead an organization that wants them but doesn’t need them.

About Daniel Harkavy:
Daniel has been coaching business leaders to peak levels of performance, efficacy, and fulfillment for more than twenty- five years. In 1996, he harnessed his passion for coaching leaders and teams to found Building Champions, where he serves as CEO and Executive Coach. Daniel and his team of coaches have worked with thousands of leaders and organizations to improve the way they lead and live.

Daniel is a sought-after author and speaker, most recently authoring “The 7 Perspectives of Effective Leaders” releasing in October 2020. His book “Living Forward,” a national best seller, was published in March 2016. Daniel also authored “Becoming A Coaching Leader: The Proven Strategy for Building Your Own Team of Champions” in 2007.

As an executive coach and trusted confidant, Daniel works with high profile leaders to improve their leadership, decision making, influence, and overall effectiveness. Daniel’s emphatic belief is that self-leadership precedes team leadership, and his goal is to help his clients optimize how they lead themselves first, then focusing on how to best work with their executive teams and all key constituents in their organizations. He engages with clients in many forms including one-on-one executive coaching sessions, executive retreats, speaking engagements and custom experiences.

Some of the clients he has worked with include: Daimler, Nike, Chick-fil-A, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Pfizer, Infineum (an ExxonMobil and Shell company), Bank of America, Wells Fargo, MetLife, PrimeLending, US Bank, Northwestern Mutual, Morgan Stanley, Prudential, Merrill Lynch and many others.

Daniel lives just outside Portland, Oregon, where he and his wife and family enjoy a little space for gardening and play. Daniel actively serves his community as a member of nonprofit boards and a mentor to those seeking his guidance. His other passions include surfing, snowboarding, and spending time with his family.