Life Lessons Coming From A Coach and Leader with John Gronski — Part 2 (Ep. 21)


The last episode of Tell Your Boss I Quit! featured an interview with John Gronksi on how to be a successful leader.

This time, you will find out more about John’s experiences and how they shaped his journey to becoming the coach and leader he is today.

In this release, Peter Gutekunst continues the conversation about leadership with John Gronski, the founder and CEO of Leader Grove. John unpacks the ins and outs of his books ‘The Ride of Our Lives’ and ‘Iron-Sharpened Leadership,’ the story behind them, and the leadership lessons they offer. Get ready to discover John’s leadership experiences and the mentors who have been most influential in his life.

John discusses:

  • The biggest leadership takeaway from the 90-day bicycle journey he did with his wife and 15-month-old son
  • The next book he is going to write and the reasons behind it
  • Some of his most powerful and memorable leadership experiences
  • The leaders that have impacted and influenced him the most
  • And more!


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About Our Guest:

Major General (Ret.) John L. Gronski is a leadership consultant, trainer, international speaker, executive coach, and author. His purpose is to develop character-based leaders.

John is a proven combat leader with over forty years of service in the United States Army, including active duty and in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard.


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