Sally Mohr and Laura W. Miner share a passion for leadership development, a love for Gonzaga University, and a desire to make the world a better place by elevating leadership skills and enhancing organizational cultures.
In this interview, Sally asks Laura a series of questions about how she evolved as a Leadership Advocate and Adviser.
Curious about what Sally asked... or how Laura answered?
- 00:00 - Sally's Intro
- 00:49 - Who is Laura W. Miner?
- 03:55 - "What was the best piece of advice you were given when you were first starting out?"
- 07:31 - "At what point in your life did you first learn about your field of work and what called you to it?"
- 10:28 - "What is your no-fail, go-to when you need inspiration or to get out of the creative rut?"
- 15:14 - "Name a fear or professional challenge that keeps you up at night."
- 18:43 - "What would you say to someone if they had an imposter syndrome moment?"
- 20:54 - "Knowing what you know now, what would you have done differently when you were first starting out?"
- 25:30 - "What is your personal or professional motto?"
- 29:56 - "Name a woman or women, past or present, who you admire or look up to."
- 32:20 - "Has learning from a mistake ever led you to success?"
- 38:39 - "What's the first thing you do every morning to start your day on the right foot?"
- 44:04 - "If you were given a hundred million dollars, would you run your business any differently, and how so?"
- 51:08 - An intro to STRENGTHENED: Developing the Leader Within