Chester Elton is an influential New York Times bestselling author, described as the “apostle of appreciation” whose work aims to add gratitude to the everyday work environment in order to bolster morale, gain efficiency, and increase profitability. His books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than 1.5 million copies. Join Patrick and Chester in the Leadership Lab for this conversation about how to be more grateful for your work and your team, and how closing the gratitude gap will drive your team to greatness.
You can find out more about Chester at chesterelton.com.
I spent 5 years in the Army both leading teams and learning from some of the best leaders the United States has to offer, including attending the world’s premier leadership training course, the U.S. Army Ranger School, and a combat deployment to Afghanistan.
Now, with Leddin Group, I help leaders and organizations reach their full potential.