Welcome! You’re invited to explore and learn from Steve White’s events, media placements, and podcasts where he reflects on his leadership approach.
Nothing is good. Nothing is bad. Thinking makes it so. You are in control of your situation. Listen to Steve White’s mindset advice on this episode of Boardroom Zen.
How do you go from the projects to the President of Comcast (#28 on the Fortune 500)? Listen to Steve White share his inspirational story of embracing extreme ownership and betting big, one courageous decision at a time!
Why do we need to be uncompromising? In this episode of Incorporating Superpowers, host Justin Recla welcomes Steve White, the President Special Council to the CEO of Comcast leading 30,000 people. He ran a section of Comcast that did 18 billion in revenue. And now, he has written a book about his journey called Uncompromising. Steve’s message is that we all need a hand up, not a handout.
How does a poor kid from the housing projects make it to the corporate boardroom? For Steve White, it’s the result of an uncompromising attitude and work ethic.
Steve White shares how he refused to be a victim and how unwavering commitment leads to an impactful life on the Live Inspired Podcast with John O’Leary.
As President of Comcast’s West Division for 11 years, Steve White created a culture defined by Working Together To Win Together.
DURING THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: How to “live life as a learning lab” and embrace life’s lessons. Why understanding your purpose is important to success. How to surround yourself with people leading impactful lives. How to realize the American dream despite the obstacles. How to navigate uncertainty.
In episode 2, Steve discusses employee growth from an organizational and employee perspective. Organizationally, he shares how leaders can and should ensure their teams are experiencing growth, fair promotions, and healthy cultures.
Steve’s hard-won insights will help you find your fight, pursue what matters most, and discover where you can make the biggest difference.
In part 1 of the podcast, he provides the listeners with tried and proven wisdom on getting promoted and understanding your “whys.” He states, “If you are doing something that is not consistent with your “why” and purpose, it’s a problem.”
Uncertain times can cause us to reflect about and reassess what really matters to us. When we take that time to get quiet, pray, and really ask ourselves why we’ve been put on the earth to begin with, we can begin to feel a sense of purpose that directs our next move.