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‘I Love Mondays!’: A Twist on an Old Leadership Theory

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“I Love Mondays!” appears (you guessed it) every Monday on the Retail Best Practices website and newsletter. The goal of the video series, which stars George Anastasopoulos, the founder and head coach at Leadership Fundamentals Inc., is to help you get your week started on a powerful note.

You might think it’s odd, but Anastasopoulos truly loves Mondays. Yeah, Mondays typically bring piles of work, problems to solve and a to-do list longer than your arm. But it’s Anastasopoulos’ intention to get people to transform themselves and those around while at work — even on Mondays.

Anastasopoulos’ company aims to transform managers into leaders, where they do less, accomplish more, make a difference and create a culture shift. Anastasopoulos is a former corporate manager, executive and leader who spent 20 years with consumer packaged goods companies such as Pepsi-Cola and General Mills. He has worked extensively with retailers.

In this video, Anastasopoulos talks about VUCA, a leadership theory stemming from the 1980s. VUCA stands for Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. But in 2021, Anastasopoulos is offering words with different meanings for those letters that just might make better sense for your businesses and your lives.

Anastasopoulos can be reached at georgea@leadershipfundamentals.com.

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