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Leading for Life

Carl Meibergen

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Host: Carl Meibergen

Understanding the vision. Building a supportive team. Taking steps toward and reaching a goal. These are the qualities of a leader. Developing the skill set to lead takes time, patience and naturally practice! There is an art and science to the process, which can be learned and applied. On Leading for Life visionaries and experts will come together to share their ideas and experiences so that you can employ those tactics in your work, at home and at play. Join us for this lively discussion based on real world scenarios that will help you become the leader in your life.

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Leading for Life – Moving into the Future with a Purpose

On today’s show, Carl and his guest Gwyn Teatro address the evolving nature of leadership and apply those insights to help individuals gain control of their lives as they move into the future. The discussion ranges from business to personal aspects of marriage and family and offer many specific action steps that you can take […]

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Leading for Life with Carl Meibergen

Carl Meibergen, host of Leading for Life Carl’s background comes from educational leadership, having a 35 year career as teacher, coordinator, and principal.

His strong theoretical foundation provides a striking contrast with the reality of life in public education. Using the lessons learned from the structured educational system, he has successfully applied them as a leadership coach.

In 2012 Carl launched Spark the Action a ‘boutique-style’ coaching practice providing personalized, client centered guidance.

Carl believes that there are specific core skills necessary to be an effective leader and that everyone can learn to apply those skills to their own arena of leadership.

Carl has two grown children and is currently enjoying life in southwest Finland. He volunteers at a local school in Finland to assist with English language acquisition and to provide humor as he struggles to learn the Finnish language.