Learn to be generous with your leadership.
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In this week’s podcast episode we talk to Ron Baugh. Ron is currently a Group Leader with CEO Global Network where he helps executives define and build leadership skills within their organizations. Ron shares thoughts about creating a leadership plan for yourself and how to successfully give and get advice in a peer group setting.
Join us for an episode with the food services seasoned executive as he discusses his first job flipping hamburgers and what the owner of that business taught him about leadership including:
- Being the best at what you do
- Providing good value
- Having a generous spirit
Listen to the episode below as Ron dives deep into these three lessons or read all ten of his lessons on his blog here. If you’re looking for more advice from a great CEO from the CEO Global Network buy the book today by John Wilson to learn more.
And of course, big thanks to Weber’s for being such an inspiring institution for Ron and many others!
About Ron Baugh
Ron has held several key leadership positions over his 30-year career in the foodservice, hospitality and retail sectors and is an authority on growing recognized brands and shaping winning cultures to produce results. Ron has led such well-known brands as Wendy’s Restaurants of Canada, Harvey’s Division of Cara Operations, Williams Coffee Pubs Ltd., and most recently served as the Executive Director of the Canadian Tire Dealers’ Association.
As COO of Cara’s $260M Harvey’s Division, Ron oversaw 330 locations and initiated a comprehensive overhaul of operating standards. As COO of Williams Coffee Pubs, Ron had full P&L and operational responsibility and increased store sales by 14% over a two-year period. During Ron’s tenure as Senior VP of Wendy’s Restaurants of Canada, he was responsible for 370 locations generating $700M in sales and led the operations to their most profitable year ever in 2010. And as Executive Director of Canadian Tire Dealers’ Association, Ron provided support, advice and guidance to 490 Canadian Tire dealers and established the organization’s first strategic planning committee.
Ron has been married for 26 years, has two children, and resides in Oakville. CEOs who work with Ron will benefit from the depth and breadth of his experience and his straightforward, candid and common sense approach.