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We all want to make a difference in our work. Whatever the path maybe that has brought us to this point in our careers, our experiences along the way are valuable and have shaped who we are. In this episode, we take a look at Quint Studer’s path—from his childhood to his journey in education and healthcare. Listen as our host Dr. Janet Pilcher asks Quint about his journey, stories about those who impacted him along the way, as well as valuable lessons he learned.
This episode addresses questions, such as:
- How did Quint’s education prepare him for healthcare and leadership?
- What does it take to turn something people perceive as a weakness into a strength?
- How can we help someone embrace the discomfort of learning something new?
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Quint Studer is a lifelong student of leadership. He is a businessman, a visionary, an entrepreneur, and a mentor to many. He has worked with individuals at all levels of leadership and across a variety of industries to help them become better leaders and create high-performing organizations.
Do you find there are a lack of formal development opportunities at your organization? You’re not alone. 40% of organizations admit they rarely or never provide career planning or development and 46% of employees don’t think their leadership skills are being developed. Research tells us professional development and career growth opportunities are crucial to employees.
Quint Studer wants to make Pensacola the best it can be Less than a decade ago,the corner of Palafox and Main in downtown Pensacola was home to two vacant buildings and two overgrown lots. Today the corners are filled with bustling businesses that employ about 150 people.
High performers are accustomed to evolving to meet the demands of environmental changes. Internal and external factors can create the need to immediately pivot an approach or set direction. We are able to better navigate changes that occur over the course of our career when we understand our current position and reach out for support to get us to the next phase.
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