Situational Leadership | Tim Kearin
Episode Transcript of: Situational Leadership | Tim Kearin
In the book, you turn you talk about learning to apply situational leadership. Now, my understanding is that as you and can begin working together with all the leadership books that he wrote, you didn’t really realize what this was about. Can you expand on that?
Yes, you’re right. Ken had been teaching situational leadership and was so successful with that in corporate America that they’ve actually devised a new system, which is just coming out now. Their revision of the, of the situational leadership book is called the situational leadership to model and it’s, it’s a very distinct process that allows you to achieve a goal by going through a series of steps. And as I said, it’s been very successful in corporate America can never realize that before that, gosh, you can apply this to your own health, and in doing so, it led us down the road to his success.
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About Tim Kearin
Tim Kearin was born and raised in Southern California and attended the University of Arizona on an athletic scholarship. Upon graduation, he was commissioned in the U.S. Army and after several command and staff assignments was selected for graduate school at Indiana University.
Following graduation, Tim was assigned to the United States Military Academy at West Point where he was an instructor in the Physical Education Department and was involved in strength training research. After two years, he moved to the athletic department and became the Strength and Conditioning coach, directing the conditioning programs for 15 intercollegiate athletic teams.
After his seven-year assignment at West Point, Tim left the active army to become the Director of Preventative Medicine at the Hughston Clinic in Columbus, Georgia. One of his projects led to meeting Ken Blanchard and he followed ken to San Diego in 1986.