2nd April 2020 13:29

Mark spent over 25 years in senior leadership positions in financial services, an industry known for being heartless. Yet, with his intention of making people feel valued his teams thrived. He is the author of ‘Lead from the Heart, Transformational Leadership for the 21st Century’ which is taught at 8 universities.

Mark is a warrior of the heart, championing well-researched benefits of leading with heart to corporations. In this episode of True Business, I ask whether it is possible for corporations to lead with heart? And if so, what needs to happen for this to become reality?

Mark shares his personal story of a painful upbringing that opened him to a unique leadership style and intention to bring out the best in others and the external forces acting as a potential catalyst to inspire heart-led leadership in corporations.

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