Jeremie Kubicek
President & CEO, GiANT Impact

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Jeremie Kubicek is currently President & CEO of GiANT Impact based in Atlanta, GA, co-founder of GiANT Partners and other GiANT entities, and the author of Leadership is Dead: How Influence is Reviving It (a Wall Street Journal and INC. Magazine bestseller). They own and operate brands and events such as Catalyst and the Chick-fil-A Leadercast.

  • An empowering leader trains, mentors, and apprentices someone to help him or her grow.
  • To be a positive influence and a leader worth following, you must deal with your own insecurities and fears before you can empower others.
  • The combination of character and high competence leads to the outflow of trust and credibility.
  • Overpowering leadership suppresses people and prevents them from performing with enthusiasm and creativity.
  • To empower is to enable someone else to accomplish something. It is a transfer of authority.
  • To lead in the modern world, you have to focus on what the world wants and needs instead of what makes you comfortable.
  • Empowering leaders tend to be very self-aware. Their intent is to use their skills to serve and benefit others.
  • Influence is the most potent and underutilized professional resource on the planet.
  • The greatest strategy for business, success and personal fulfillment is not based upon getting all you can. Instead it is centered upon giving all you can.
  • To have true influence, you must embrace a lifestyle of giving for the benefit of others.
  •  To empower is a positive act of service for the benefit of others, and it should be the goal of every leader.
  • To have true influence, you have to move beyond the transactional approach to life and into the relational.
  • To believe is to eliminate the fear of missed expectations.
  • The eyes and heart are interrelated. What the eyes are fixed on reveals what the heart was already set on.
  • Wisdom is far better than knowledge. Wisdom is good for both they who speak it and those who hear it.
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