Boeing Vice Chairman Ray Conner on Courage, Servant Leadership, Imagery
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November 22, 2017
**if you have any issues with a dead spot while listening, redownload the episode and you should be good to go. There was a technical glitch that occurred for a few people on the initial download. This conversation is with Ray Conner, who was responsible for running America’s largest manufacturing export, Boeing. If you’re not familiar with the company, you’ve likely put your life in their hands (if you’ve been in an airplane). Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners, defense, space and security systems. Ray is the Vice Chairman of The Boeing Company, and a member of the Boeing Executive Council. We met when he served as the President and Chief Executive Officer. Ray earned his stripes at Boeing - he started as a mechanic long before realizing his vision of becoming CEO. How does that happen? While Ray struggled in school, one of his high school coaches taught him the value of goal-setting, self-talk, and visualization which helped pave the way for his…