Conservatory-trained musician, CEO of the business consultancy Principles of Execution (a Certified Minority Business Enterprise), and author of Workplace Jazz: How to Improvise – 9 Steps to Creating High-Performing Agile Project Team, Gerald Leonard joins Dr. Bunny to discuss the concept of improvisation, and so much more.
Gerald tells us when his love of music began, what instruments he started on, and what led him to becoming a bass player.
Being a jazz musician, Gerald learned many things along the way that helped him in his career, like: if you want to get better at something you have to practice things that you’re not comfortable with, so you have to get comfortable being uncomfortable. And you have to be a lifelong learner!
This is a great interview that will have you looking at life in a whole new way! Tune in and prepare to be inspired!
About Gerald Leonard:
A professional bassist, Gerald J. Leonard offers a unique approach to accomplishing more productivity in the workplace. He is the CEO of Principles of Execution (PofE), a Certified Minority Business Enterprise, Strategic Project Portfolio Management and Culture Change consulting practice with over 20+ years’ experience working with large Federal and State Governments and Multi-National Corporations.
Past and present clients include Verizon, Center of Medicaid and Medicare, Freddie Mac, Hewlett-Packard (HP), GEICO, and many more. He is also the author of Culture Is The Bass: 7Steps To Creating High-Performing Teams.
Contact Gerald Leonard at https://workplace-jazz.com/