Leadership Podcast: Supporting a Culture of Expertise

This podcast is the third in a three-part Franklin University Alumni Podcast series that focuses on nurturing a “culture of expertise” in an organization

Interviewers Sherry Mercurio and Aaron Cassidy of Franklin University provided me with an opportunity to share my views on a number of practical leadership subjects including: identifying exemplary performers, the high costs of not nurturing the potential of employees, and the role of leaders in creating the cultural conditions that enable people to perform at their best. Presented here in the link to the program:

Dr. Christopher Washington is a tireless supporter of global leadership development, philosopher of human performance improvement, and champion for the significant role of universities in workforce development. He serves as the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs for Franklin University, a private, nonprofit institution of higher education.

Dr. Washington takes an active role in his local community by serving on the Board of the International Visitors Council and on the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition’s Ohio Advisory Council. He currently is a member of the Forbes Nonprofit Council and serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Washington D.C. based Global Ties U.S.