BRUCE FRITCH | DURATION: 47 MINUTES
Airdate: July 14, 2017
Bruce Fritch is a business advisor who accesses the human brilliance of people and organizations. He sees our gifts, talents and experiences as the wellspring for the best of human endeavors. A former naval officer and bank executive, and a consultant to small and large enterprises throughout the world over nearly a 50 year career, he is a student of leadership and culture. His clients cross industry sectors from financial services to healthcare to manufacturing to start-up ventures. Bruce is also an artist. A prolific writer and photographer, he is a keen observer of the human condition. His work has the voice of a prophet calling his audience to excellence and higher purpose.
This episode is perfect for anyone interested in the power and consequences of leadership, and hearing a powerful personal journey of growth and reflection.
IN THIS EPISODE
Bruce describes what he does professionally and the impact he seeks to have.
He responds to assertions he has made about the state of leadership in corporate America.
He compares American leadership to the example of leadership he witnessed in South Africa.
Bruce explains how our social and behavioral self-aspects are shaped by emulation.
He shares the impact of his father and mother in his life, the understanding he has now, and his continued quest for personal insight.
Bruce talks about his experience as a Navy officer and Admiral's aide and what he learned about leadership and culture.
He explains what he means by 'human brilliance,' what leaders do to activate it, and how happiness goes to the adult.'
Bruce discusses his interest in photography, what matters most to him, and his work ahead.
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This episode is sponsored by Blumenthal Performing Arts, celebrating its 25th year presenting the best in performing arts.