From Sex Scandals to Tax Fraud, Can Today's Leaders Truly Be Trusted?
From Sex Scandals to Tax Fraud, Can Today's Leaders Truly Be Trusted? Dan Riley Provides Ways to Build and Maintain Trust in Leadership PR Newswire SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Aug. 9, 2013 SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Aug. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- San Diego Mayor Bob Filner faces allegations of sexual harassment. Fabrice Tourre, former Goldman Sachs trader, is accused of fraud. Need we mention politician Anthony Weiner? These are the headlines that make up the daily news. The question still remains; can we truly trust leaders to adequately guide business success? Dan Riley, motivational speaker and former VP of Operation of Ralphs/Kroger, notes that "the great leaders will rise out of the age of transparency." The words ring true in today's digital world, when leaders in business and politics have nowhere to hide. True leadership is leading by example and maintaining trust is now set at a higher standard for leaders across the board. There is a great need for preparation and strategy for how to better handle this kind of vulnerability. Dan Riley founded The Inspired Grocer, a leadership training and motivational speaking service, to bring his 38 years of experience to teach leaders how to establish trust and heed the digital exposure. These are Dan Riley's five tips for managing that kind of responsibility: 1. Serve your customers in and out of the office 2. Be a source of passion and motivation 3. Be a mentor 4. Empower through personal communication 5. Understand your personal legacy About The Inspired Grocer Dan Riley has been a leader in Retail Operations for one of the largest divisions of a top North American food retailer, and is recognized as an expert in the food industry with inside-out knowledge of the business. Known as The Inspired Grocer, the former Regional Vice President of Operations of Ralphs/Kroger's is known for his unconventional management style and motivational techniques that have inspired thousands of employees and managers over his 38 year career. Launching independently as a motivational and leadership speaker, Dan's message taps into the merits of personal development and introspection with a backdrop of an ever-changing industry and always challenging retail landscape. To interview or book Dan to speak at one of your events, please contact Fatima Jawad, Christie Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-969 3744. For press materials, further information, or to schedule an interview please contact Fatima Jawad, Christie Communications, at 805-969-3744, or email@example.com. SOURCE Dan Riley