To Doug Erickson, if you want employees and people to respect your leadership, you have to live a life worth following – and this is more than lip service. Doug says Christian leaders aren’t called to be business owners; they are called to be stewards. But what does stewardship look like in practical application? Doug is the owner of Hastings Automotive, Inc. and Hastings Chrysler Center and to him being a steward means tithing not just from the money he takes home but from the business. Your favorite Texas host, Bobby Albert, relates to this big time! When he sold his company, he not only tithed the earnings he made and tithed the sales price back to his employees! Tune in for a heart-to-heart interview about flipping the org chart and letting go to let God.
About the guest:
Hailing from Hastings, Minnesota, Doug Erickson owned Hastings Automotive, Inc. and Hastings Chrysler Center for over 33 years. Erikson believes in enriching the community and running his businesses on the principles of his Christian faith.
About the host:
Following a successful career as CEO, Bobby sold his business to a publicly-traded company. In what he calls his “second half of life”, Bobby seeks to pour Biblically-based principles into growth-minded business, church, and non-profit leaders.
Through Values-Driven Leadership, Bobby serves as an Executive Coach and Training Consultant for organizations. He shares many of his principles and practices through a weekly blog, the True North Leader podcast, and through three books he has authored: