Bill Ringle Interviews Leadership Expert Jackie Freiberg on My Quest for Best
12/03/2012

Bill Ringle, America’s Business Growth Strategist, talked with Jackie Freiberg, bestselling author and award-winning leadership expert, on My Quest for the Best about successful business strategy and leadership.

Online PR News – 03-December-2012 – Philadelphia, PA, December 03, 2012 – Business growth strategist Bill Ringle interviewed Jackie Freiberg, bestselling author and award-winning leadership expert, for My Quest for the Best. In this interview series, Ringle speaks with successful industry experts and outstanding business leaders about their strategies for reaching and influencing significant target audiences, innovative business leadership, breakthrough moments in their career, and the important business and life lessons they've gained along the way.

For more than 20 years, Dr. Jackie Freiberg has been helping people build great leadership brands and helping companies become places where the best people can do their best work. She’s on a mission to cure the Dead People Working™ syndrome, and to create a movement of leaders who choose to defy mediocrity, take charge of their success at work, and make a difference in their own little corner of the world. Freiberg was chosen as a “Top 5 Leadership Speaker” by the vote of over 13,000 leaders around the globe, and was named one of the “Top 30 Best Minds on Leadership” by Leadership Excellence Magazine. She is also a bestselling author whose books include Nanovation: How a Little Car Can Teach the World to Think Big and Act Bold; NUTS! The incredible story of Southwest Airlines’ leadership, culture and profitability; and GUTS! The secrets to success from many of the most admired companies in the world. Freiberg has also been an Executiv e Consultant at the Center for Creative Leadership, a Public Speaking Coach to the United States Marine Corps Recruiting Office, and one of only two non-employee members of the Southwest Airlines’ Culture Committee.

In Freiberg’s conversation with Bill Ringle on My Quest for the Best, she offered unique insights and substantive advice drawn from that expertise. Their discussion covered what organizations should do to make strategy part of their culture, how to recognize and avoid “Dead Person Working” syndrome, and what leading companies do to invest in their people. Freiberg also shared her conviction that leadership is really about relationships unfolding and gave tips on how leaders can use feedback as a gift for growth rather than as a destructive tool.

“Jackie Freiberg shares her in-depth knowledge of what really goes on inside companies like Southwest Airlines,” says Ringle. “You’ll find ideas that will make you re-think how your managers and frontline staff relate to customers because many, if not most, companies fail to use customer feedback to improve their internal systems and build stronger relationships. Commercial innovation comes from doing things that haven’t been done before (like injecting humor into the airline safety announcements) and using it to advance your business goals. It takes courage to make some of these changes, and listening to Jackie Freiberg helps you take some of those steps.”

Bill Ringle, America’s Business Growth Strategist, is founder of the Rapid Rise Business Growth SystemTM, the proven step-by-step system that shows you exactly how to connect and do business with your ideal customers in record time. He works with high performing entrepreneurs and CEOs who want to overcome the five big challenges to business growth so that they can run profitable and rewarding business rather than become stuck and overwhelmed in unfulfilling and draining roles. He has worked on four continents, is the author of four business books, and inspires and educates thousands of business leaders each year through his speaking, coaching, interactive programs, and products.

To listen to Bill Ringle's interview with Jackie Freiberg, visit www.MyQuestForTheBest.com. To learn more about Jackie Freiberg, visit her website, www.freibergs.com