Orrin Woodward is an internationally celebrated New York Times bestselling author and a recognized leader in team leadership, success coaching, and executive management training. As such, he is a much sought after motivational speaker.
Orrin Woodward co-authored two NY Times bestsellers – LeaderShift & Launching a Leadership Revolution. His first solo book RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for LIFE made the Top 100 All-Time Best Leadership Books List and the resolutions are the framework for the top-selling Mental Fitness Challenge personal development program.
Orrin has co-founded two multi-million dollar leadership companies and serves as the Chairman of the Board of LIFE. He has a B.S. degree from GMI-EMI (now Kettering University) in manufacturing systems engineering. He holds four U.S. patents, and won an exclusive National Technical Benchmarking Award.
Orrin is honored to have been named on numerous leadership lists, including the Worlds Top 25 Leadership Experts on www.topleadershipgurus.com.
His highly popular leadership blog www.OrrinWoodwardBlog.com has received international acclaim as one of HR’s Top 100 Blogs for Management and Leadership and as a Universities Online Top 100 Leadership Blog. You can visit Orrin Woodward’s Leadership Blog here.
Orrin sat down with Richard to discuss his latest book titled “Leadershift: A Call for Americans to Finally Stand-up & Lead“. In this podcast Richard & Orrin capture the essence of what made America great while at the same time ask all of us to step up and become the leaders we were called to be. Orrin talks about:
- How America is suffering from the Five Laws of Decline, and what you can do to reverse them.
- How America is following the same path that led to the downfall of ancient Rome.
- Why American needs three specific types of leaders, and how you can become one of them.
- Why entrepreneurs and business leaders must lead the charge to preserve, protect, and promote freedom.
- How the battle for freedom is between Creators and Builders versus Credentialists and Bureaucrats, and how to get in the right camp.
- Why every business leader needs a broad and deep liberal arts education.