Join Seasons Leadership Co-Founders Debbie Collard and Susan Ireland as they talk all about gratitude in this special Thanksgiving episode.
Gratitude for Seasons Leadership (0:48)
Between coaches and critics, the leaders believe the journey to get to where we are today is something to be grateful for.
Gratitude for Mission and Community (5:03)
Debbie and Susan affirm how having a mission and community fuels growth.
Gratitude for Podcast Guests (7:13)
The leaders are thankful for the values held by our podcast guests.
Leadership and Gratitude Are Linked (10:12)
Debbie and Susan explore how having gratitude and humility makes better leaders.
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