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Leadership Low Down

Leadership Low Down, co-hosted by Dr. Phil Knight and Vic Verchereau, provides positive and practical principles for leaders who want to multiply their influence and take their team to the next level of effectiveness.

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Recent Posts

What is the True Test of Leadership?

Leadership Low Down
April 7, 2016 7:30 PM


Donna Murray Brown is a change agent and she passes the true test of leadership. What is the true test of leadership? The ability to create positive change, because anyone can create chaos. Donna is a former corporate banker who now is the CEO of the Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA), a statewide membership group that advocates and equips the nonprofit sector with best practices and greater impact.

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Leadership Support for Educational Leaders

Leadership Low Down
March 3, 2016 4:00 PM

Education outcomes and business needs are often discussed and seemingly sometimes at odds. However, educational leaders, like Chris Wigent, have helped bridge the gap and brought the needs of businesses and education closer together. Mr. Wigent is an leader who is influencing the decision makers.

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Influence the Influencers and Decision Makers in Michigan!

Leadership Low Down
February 11, 2016 2:00 PM

Stephanie Johnson influences the influencers, the decision makers in Michigan. She understands that nothing of significance occurs outside of relationships. Stephanie Johnson is a lobbyist, with KRKM in Lansing Michigan, one of the state capitol's most influential Public Relations and Lobbying firms.

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Restaurant Owners Share the Leadership Tips that Helped Them Succeed

Leadership Low Down
February 11, 2016 1:04 PM

Dr. Phil speaks with Al Hooper, Aaron Matthews, and Sam Short, owners of Zoobies Old Town Tavern, in Lansing, MI. Each tells us about their backgrounds and what lead them to where they are today. They have recently been featured in this great business article, click here for the article.

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Seven Steps to Help You Lead Through a Crisis

Leadership Low Down
February 2, 2016 7:00 PM

A crisis is one of the most opportune times a leader demonstrates their worth. If the crisis is self-inflicted, it is imperative the leader 'own' his/her or their teams' mistakes. In Michigan we have seen several recent examples of crisis leadership. Here are 7 Steps to help you lead through any crisis challenge that presents itself:

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What Does it Take to Become a Person of Influence?

Leadership Low Down
January 14, 2016 7:00 PM

Rob Fowler, the CEO of the Small Business Association of Michigan, is on the Leadership Lowdown with Dr. Phil Knight. What are the steps and necessities to becoming a person of influence?

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Aaron Fox – Houdini of Career Change

Leadership Low Down
November 30, 2015 11:30 AM

Are you considering a career change, thinking about that dream that was never realized, feeling trapped in a routine unfulfilling no purpose, no passion job?

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Four Corners of the Leadership Foundation

Leadership Low Down
November 12, 2015 8:00 PM

Robert Tucker joins Dr. Phil Knight on the Lowdown to discuss the next project of the Gray Knight Leadership Group. Bob Tucker, retired as a Vice President at Jackson National Life, and along with Dr. Knight, is developing the Four Corners of the Leadership Foundation.

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Dr. Paul Elam - a Leader and an Influencer

Leadership Low Down
November 9, 2015 9:00 AM

Dr. Paul Elam is the President of Public Policy Associates, a group of brilliant researchers who help influence the influencers. Dr. Elam and his team truly fulfil the first responsibility of leadership, by 'define reality.' PPA offers insight about an array of challenges, the effectiveness of solutions and the analysis only data can provide. Paul holds a PhD from Michigan State, and is fast becoming one of Michigan's most influential leaders.

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The Five Levels of Leadership and Educators

Leadership Low Down
November 2, 2015 7:35 AM

Clarence Garner, the Deputy Superintendent of the Grand Blanc School System, discusses and applies John Maxwell’s Five Levels of Leadership to the challenge of leading a school district.

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