In my Kellogg leadership classes we spend a lot of time discussing the importance of self reflection and becoming a values-based leader. Key to this leadership journey is being authentic; that is, rather than focusing on trying to emulate someone else, focusing on becoming your own “Best Self”.
During Kellogg’s Leadership week, I had the opportunity to interview Kent Thiry for the Kellogg student body. Kent, the CEO of DaVita (a multi-billion healthcare company), is a great example of a values-based leader, and I think you will really enjoy the video of my interview with him at the link below:
Let me know what you think!