In order to lead large groups of people, do we first need to learn how to lead just one person at a time? A random encounter with a stranger on an airplane suggests that anyone can be a leader at any time if we focus our time and energy on just being kind when people need it most.
Sarah Armstrong shows us how to lead with just one person. Sarah Armstrong currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer for a rapidly growing healthcare revenue cycle company. Upon becoming a widow at the age of 31, Sarah used the life-altering experience to help shape and craft the way she looks at life, love, people and leadership. For the last ten years, she has studied and explored all aspects of leadership through personal development and formal leadership education. She now uses her passion for leadership and love of learning to lead change, mentor others and help each person reach their fullest potential.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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