Interview: Rep. Glanton and Rep. Brockway on Leading Across the Aisle

Interview with GA Rep. Glanton & GA Rep. Brockway on Leading Across the Aisle


Leaders must have the skills and abilities to reach those who think like them and those from opposing perspectives. How do we lead from a place of vision when those around us may see things differently? In a divided nation how can we have a unified organization, church or team? What does it take to lead across the aisle? Let’s talk about it.

Guest Links:

GA State House Representative Mike Glanton
District 75 (Dem.)

Representative Glanton is a Democratic member of the Georgia House of Representatives, from the 75th District, serving since 2012. He is a member of 6 committees, and represented the 76th District from 2007 to 2011 and as Secretary of the General Assembly from 2007 to 2008.

Representative Glanton’s  Email
Representative Glanton’s  Website
Representative Glanton’s Twitter

Links Mentioned:

Carl Vinson Institute of Government – University of Georgia

GA State House Representative Buzz Brockway District 102 (Rep.)

Representative Brockway is a Republican member of the Georgia House of Representatives from the 102nd District, serving since 2013. He has sponsored 232 bills and was first elected to the Georgia Legislature in 2010.

Representative Brockway’s  Email
Representative Brockway’s  Website
Representative Brockway’s Twitter

 

2 Things From This Episode

1. Differences Are Healthy 

It’s not always the large issues but the little things that a leader must work through. If we agree on everything, all the time, then one of us is not necessary. Leading teams with a wide range of perspectives means you seek to understand them first. When people feel heard they are more willing to accept your differences.

If we agree on everything, all the time, then one of us is not necessary. @MIkeGlanton75 Click To Tweet

When people feel heard they are more willing to accept your differences. @buzzbrockway Click To Tweet

2. Collaboration vs. Compromise

The line between collaboration and compromise is where you start to violate your principles. It comes down to relationships. If you have a strong relationships your differences don’t damage it. There’s a way to stand on your principles and still perverse the relationship.

There's a way to stand on your principles and still perverse the relationship. @MIkeGlanton75 Click To Tweet

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