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Mr. Wedo is a highly successful Enterpreneur, Turnaround CEO and Professor of Leadership. He seeks to help others by re-invigorating businesses and communities by creating hope where there's very little. He inspires people to new heights of performance and helps them reach their personal goals.
"I feel compelled to help those with many worries but few complaints"
ENTREPRENEUR | TURNAROUND CEO | PROFESSOR | KEYNOTE SPEAKER
“Leadership is the biggest deficit in America today.
Leaders must be strong, critical thinkers
and base their judgements on Facts, Evidence and Data.
They must put the needs of others and the many
ahead of themselves and the few.
Great Leadership is the most powerful tool and resource
in time of crisis as well as in day to day life”
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
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I thought his presentation was great. It related well to my every day business and I am sure it was pretty applicable to the whole organization. He did a great job bringing in his personal background into the scenario.
Mr. Wedo, Thank you so much for takin the time to speak with my Leadership Delaware fellows and I. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I enjoyed our presentation (especially the sports references). I took away a lot from your time and I will definitely be posting your Commandments of Leadership, right net to my computer.
Every story of success that can inspire other people to reach his/her potential is important. Also, to promote a cooperative corporate environment it's a tool to higher levels of excellence.
Mr. Wedo, Thank you for sharing with the 2015 Leadership Delaware class. Your authentic thoughts about leaders and the qualities that make a great leader was very direct & refreshing. It is obvious that you have a passion for life & shaping individuals for future success.
Mr. Wedo was inspirational and really resonated the concept of leadership versus management. Coming from senior level management in the Corps, this really hit home with me as I have seen leadership at its finest and then I have seen it at its weakest. Well done on the Guest Speaker and the message was well received.
Mr. Wedo, Thank you for your participation on the Leadership Delaware session last week. I very much enjoyed the case study discussion and your input on leadership. I would like to acknowledge the effective way you used to convey your message. Certainly, you gave me a lot to think about.
Thanks again for your time, perspective, and all your energy.