Lessons from Gettysburg: Resolving Executive Disagreement

Listen to the latest Love & Company Leaders’ Board podcast!

This is the second episode of a three-part podcast series about what senior living executives can learn from the Battle of Gettysburg.

In this episode, Chris Carruthers, Vice President of Health Services Marketing, talks with John Franklin, Managing Director and Group Head of BB&T Capital Markets’ Healthcare Finance Group, about how to resolve executive disagreement.


For additional insights and information about BB&T Capital Markets’ Healthcare Finance Group, or to get a copy of John’s white paper, “Leadership Lessons From the Battle of Gettysburg,” please visit the BB&T Capital Markets website.

Subscribe to the Leaders’ Board podcast today! You won’t want to miss the next–and final–episode of the series, in which Chris and John will discuss leadership preparation vs. leadership identification. If you would like to collaborate with Love & Company on a podcast, please contact Tim Bracken at 410-207-0013 or Rick Hunsicker at 214-906-3801.

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