Discover what’s possible when you engage your inner leader.
The CEO and Founder of the Global Autism Project, Molly Ola Pinney, is back on the show to talk about all things leadership.
The Global Autism Project provides sustainable clinical, administrative, and leadership training to autism centers seeking guidance. SkillCorps is an opportunity for self-advocates and professionals to travel to our partner sites around the world and work directly with their local teachers and therapists.
If you’d like to learn more about the history of the Global Autism Project and the mission that drives our work, please listen to my conversation with Molly in episode 2.
In today’s conversation, we discuss why leadership training has always been at the foreground of the support we provide, what values are important to her as a leader, and how her leadership skills have evolved over the years.
Molly opens up about her fears from the early days of the organization and shares how she’s learned to overcome them. She explains what this year has taught her and why she thinks decisive action is only one aspect of being a strong leader.
With close to 20 years of experience providing leadership training to professionals around the world, Molly announces an exciting, new initiative at the Global Autism Project. Our transformational leadership program is now available for you to access, all from the comfort of your own laptop!
If you want to learn how to communicate and collaborate effectively, identify the root causes of roadblocks in your life, and embrace your role as a leader, I really encourage you to stay with us until the end of this episode to hear more about the program.
Take this 2-minute QUIZ to discover where you are today in your leadership journey as an autism service provider! Then, get our top tips on how to step up to the next level of leadership in your career!
We still have a few seats available at the next Global Autism Project Virtual Leadership Academy. Sign up today and use the promo code AUTISMPODCAST at check out to receive a special discount!
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