Helping Entrepreneurs Develop A Culture of Leadership with Cory Lee

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Episode 116: Helping Entrepreneurs Develop A Culture of Leadership with Cory Lee

Today’s guest on Pass the Secret Sauce is  Cory Lee, an entrepreneur, business builder, and leader developer. He was trained and mentored by the world-renowned leadership expert John Maxwell and is now an executive director with The John Maxwell Team.

Cory is an accomplished speaker and is often invited to speak and train employees at companies looking to develop a culture of leadership. He also provides individual leaders with opportunities to maximize their own growth through one-on-one coaching and mastermind groups. Cory is most passionate about helping entrepreneurs navigate business growth but not at the expense of their faith, family, and fitness.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Cory’s leap to entrepreneurialism; building clinics and gyms  [6:33]
  • How Cory transitioned to leadership consulting and development business  [8:00]
  • Having a vision of what business do you want to build  [11:45]
  • The 3 R’s: Required, Return, Rewarding  [14:09]
  • What are the frameworks to evaluate a business  [17:00]
  • How values impact a business or a person’s decision-making  [18:30]
  • Helping people or business who wants personal and professional growth  [22:15]
  • Results of doing the leadership training  [23:40]
  • How Cory transform people with confidence [25:20]
  • Big changes of people under Cory’s mentorship [27:43]
  • Best way to get in touch with Cory [30:00]
  • Cory’s frameworks and templates [31:35]

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