Our “C” word for this week is COMPOSURE. In the “C” You In the Major Leagues vernacular, COMPOSURE in leadership is someone who is calm in the eye of the storm, slows the moment down, is poised and under self control.
When you’re leading efforts to put on a big event or launch a new program, you need that COMPOSURE. That leads us to this week’s guest.
A couple of weeks ago there was an event here in Kansas City called the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum Summer Classic. The organizer of the event happens to be a past guest of the C-10 Podcast and one of the mentors in our C-10 Mentoring & Leadership program, the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Menorah Medical Center, Stann Tate.
Before joining Menorah in April 2014, Stann was the Marketing Director for the Community Blood Center of Kansas City, the Director of Community Relations for AMC Entertainment, the Director of Public Relations for the Kansas Speedway, and the Assistant Director of Championships at the NCAA. (And, during this episode, he explains what each of those jobs has in common.)
On the side, Stann is a for-hire DJ by the name of DJ Stann.
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