Ep. 94 Identify Your Leadership Style



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In this episode, we dive deep into the journey of recognizing and embracing your unique leadership style and potential with Stefanie Giannini, a dynamic director in Food Nutrition Services and a seasoned leadership development professional.

Key Takeaways:

True Leadership: It’s not about instilling fear but fostering an environment where people feel safe to grow and make mistakes.

Vulnerability in Leadership: Embrace your weaknesses as part of your strengths. Vulnerability is essential for genuine leadership.

Impact Over Direct Reports: Leadership is about the impact you make, not just the number of people you manage.

Creating a Learning Organization: Cultivate a space where mistakes are valued as opportunities for growth, encouraging others to lead and succeed in their own way.


Stefanie’s background as the Director of Food Nutrition Services and her passion for leadership development.

The combination of her two worlds: consulting and custom training workshops in the school nutrition and food service industries.

Her leadership superpower: allowing others to grow without fear, changing the perception of leadership.

Tips on identifying your own leadership style and understanding that every leader is different.

Tune in to discover how you can identify your leadership style and make a lasting impact as an entrepreneur!

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