February 20

Ep 065 – Fearless leadership lessons from the jungle w/ Corrinne Armour


What do you think you would learn from living in a jungle refugee camp at the edge of a war zone?

Fearless leadership, a clear purpose and the courage to do things that are important to you are some of the powerful insights that, my latest guest, Corrinne Armour shared during our conversation.

Corrinne is a dynamic speaker and influencer. Her latest book ‘Leaders who Ask: Building Fearless Cultures by telling less and asking more’ was released in late 2018. She is also co-author of ‘Developing Direct Reports: Taking the Guesswork Out of Leading Leaders’ and two specialist texts in human behaviour used by consultants worldwide. She is currently working on her next book, Guerrilla Leadership: Key Lessons Teams Can Learn from Leading on the Frontline, co-written with her husband who is an ex-freedom fighter.

She empowers leaders to realise the potential in their careers, teams and organisations. Drawing her experiences in the jungle and 15 years in the corporate world heading large projects, she knows firsthand the practicalities of juggling multiple priorities and perspectives

Married to an ex-freedom fighter and mother of two daughters, she appreciates the importance of embracing diversity.



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