Whatever You Are, Be a Good One With Greg Hagin

In Season 2 Episode 2, I interview Greg Hagin, a Senior Vice President & Managing Director with CCS, the largest fundraising management and consulting firm to non-profit organizations in the world. He provides leadership, strategic thinking and philanthropic advice to the non-profit sector and social impact space. Greg teaches "Raising Philanthropic Capital", an innovative fundraising course, at the University of Pennsylvania. He is an accomplished instructor and facilitator. He earned a BA from Boston College and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.


The podcast is packed with knowledge and best practice especially towards the end so stay engaged.  We cover a lot of ground in our discussion including:

- Why you  should seek to get out of your comfort zone

- How to actualize your own potential

- Why being prepared is a massive key to success

- Why different leadership styles is ok

- How diversity of thought and style need

- Be aware of how much you are listening vs. speaking

- Why continual learning is a key to life

- Should you go back and get your MBA

- Secrets to making great hires and standing out as a potential hire

- The challenges with work life balance

- What Stew Friedman teaches about Total Leadership

- Overview of The 4 Leadership quadrants

- How to do the small things to enhance yourself

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