Teachable Point of View: Learning to Lead by Teaching Others

Scott McGhee

U.S. Cellular


THE ACTIONS OF our associates and our leaders at U.S. Cellular are guided by a strong commitment to our organizational business model—what we call the Dynamic Organization (see Exhibit 39.1). We believe that this model and the resulting actions derived from it differentiate us from our competition. The values and behaviors at the core of the model in Exhibit 39.1 enable the four surrounding components (also in Figure 39.1), leading to outcomes that create winning business results in a way we can be proud of.

Exhibit 39.1. Leadership Journey Line Exercise ...

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