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ACT LIKE AN OWNER by understanding the business and your role in what leads to success. When you consider this business as if it’s your own, you pay careful attention to all your customers, competitors, the market, your people – and other stakeholders.

Leadership is not a passive duty it is an active responsibility. You are expected to lead. This means providing people with the leadership they need to successfully reach their desired goals in concert with those in the organization.

Want to hear leadership lessons from the former President of UPS Global Supply Chain Systems? A former CEO and now business founder? Someone who is humble, experienced, and really cares about leaving a legacy? Then you MUST hear my interview with Rocky Romanella! I have already implemented some of his wisdom into my business life and am so excited to share his message with you! Listen at:https://www.ottoradio.com/podcast/the-leadership-coaching-group

One of the lessons our favorite businessman Joe Scafone shares with his readers in TIGHTEN THE LUG NUTS: THE PRINCIPLES OF BALANCED LEADESHIP by 3SIXTY Founder and Senior Partner Rocky Romanella is to develop many touch points along the way with your people, customers, and the community. Doing so broadens your perspective and experience. Healthy dialogue both removes barriers and imparts wisdom. Debate and discussion ignites creativity and compassion.

The 3SIXTY team thanks the following journalists, producers and programs for their thoughtful interviews and discussions with Rocky Romanella.

Looking for some balance in your business? Throughout the years Rocky Romanella has had great leadership positions and is sharing those principals in his new book. Like Rocky says the speed of the leader determines the pace of the pack.
Rocky Romanella’s 40 years of experience in leadership and he wrote a book “Tighten The Lug Nuts, The Principles of Balanced Leadership” and explores why true leaders can add value as a trusted advisor, mentor and visionary who uses a process approach to lead its the organization its people to new levels of success.

Rocky Romanella from 3Sixty Management Services, specializing in sustainable results and Balanced Leadership training for businesses joins Enterprise Radio. Rocky discusses how balanced leadership will make your business thrive.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Rocky Romanella discuss the following:
Tell us what led to you to found 3SixtyManagement Services.
What inspired you to write your book, Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership?
Can you explain the concept of Balanced Leadership to us?
In your opinion, what are the fundamental ingredients of success?
How do you balance family life and your work commitments?

The Principles of Balanced Leadership

As your company is evolving into a performance-driven organization it will be connected by the principles of Balanced Leadership. This is where each of you should:
• Think like a customer by approaching each challenge as a true solutions provider.
• Feel like a valued individual by knowing your work matters and you are part of the solution not part of the problem, and you will never compromise on safety.
• Act like an owner by understanding the business and your role in what leads to success.
• Process ties it all together and allows us the ability to replicate the results over time and new people.
You will need you to embrace this Balanced Leadership philosophy along with the goals and objectives though walking the talk and your daily actions.

Your success will be measured by the degree to which everyone in your organization at every level begins to: understand, embrace, emulate, and execute the vision and strategy.

Being an authentic leader

Creating a strong culture is critical to your company’s long-term success and growth. It should be desire of the Senior Leadership Team to create the Best, the Brightest, Most Informed and Best Educated management team in the industry.

In the service business, people are our most important asset. The time we spend with our people is an investment in the future, not an expense or burden on our time. This time you with your people is an investment. You cannot successfully grow the business without an investment in people.

George Wilder Jr. talks with Rocky about his book, Tighten the Lug Nuts

Creating a strong culture is critical to your company’s long-term success and growth. It should be desire of the Senior Leadership Team to create the Best, the Brightest, Most Informed and Best Educated management team in the industry.

In the service business, people are our most important asset. The time we spend with our people is an investment in the future, not an expense or burden on our time. This time you with your people is an investment. You cannot successfully grow the business without an investment in people.

Antonio Holman talks with Rocky about his book,      Tighten The Lug Nuts

Leadership is something we all have concerns about. Leadership is a concept that is not reserved for or only applies to certain people in business, government, and civic organizations. The reality is that no matter our age, gender, occupation, educational level, or position in life, each of us touches and influences other lives.