How does injustice show up in your workplace? Are you in the 5% of leaders who see injustice, are committed to change, and do something about it?
Do you know what it feels like to be on the receiving end of injustice, and become alienated at work?
In this episode, I have the privilege of speaking with former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, and the world’s leading authority on Socially Conscious Leadership, Anton Gunn.
When a 6’4″ and 290 lbs former college football offensive lineman steps up to the podium at the White House, everyone in the room listens.
From being the first African American in history elected to the South Carolina legislature from his district, to now working as a C-level executive for an academic health system and serving on multiple boards, he has spent his life helping people build diverse high performing teams and world class leadership culture.
Anton has a Masters Degree in Social Work from USC and was a Resident Fellow at Harvard. He is the bestselling author of The Presidential Principles, and has been featured in TIME Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, INC Magazine, BBC, NPR, and on Good Morning America.
But what makes Anton truly great is his heart for people, and desire to help courageous leaders overcome injustice at work.
So press play and let’s chat… with one of the truly inspirational leaders of our time!