Learning to Lead Episode #8: Tony Quatrini

This year, I’ve started a new leadership podcast and a newsletter called, “Learning to Lead”. In the podcast, I will be interviewing leaders as well as sharing what I have been learning about leadership. My hope is that through these resources, you will grow both as a person and as a leader. If you would like to subscribe to this podcast through iTunes, click here!

Past Episodes include interviews with: Mike Steidel (Director of Admission at CMU), Josh Dziabiak (CEO of Showclix), Penny Semaia (Assistant Athletic Director of Student Life at the University of Pittsburgh) , and Chaz Kellem (Manager of Diversity Initiatives with the Pittsburgh Pirates), and Len Petrancosta, former President of Sysco Foods Service, Luke Skurman, CEO of College Prowler, and John Stahl-Wert, CEO of The Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation.  To listen to these podcasts, go to my podcast page.

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Learning to Lead Episode #8: Tony Quatrini

 

 

Tony is a committee member for the Extra Mile Foundation golf outing, which supports the education of urban children in Pittsburgh area schools.  He is also a committee member of the Hoge-Starks-Ward Celebrity Golf Classic, an event that raises revenue to benefit grieving children at the Highmark Caring Place.

 Questions Discussed:

  • Tell us about you, your life, your family, your job, etc.
  • Can you name a person who has had a tremendous impact on you as a leader? Maybe some one who has been a mentor to you? Why and how did this person impact your life?
  • Could you talk about one or two of your greatest leadership failures? What did you learn from them?
  • What’s it like working for the Pittsburgh Steelers? What is the culture in the office like? What makes it such a great place? What makes the Rooney’s such good leaders?
  • You have the #1 brand in all of sports, how hard is it really to lead the marketing department for the Pittsburgh Steelers?
  • Talk to young leaders: What advice do you have for young leaders in the work place?
  • What do you look for in young leaders?
  • Where is Tony Quatrini in 15 years?
  • How can our listeners help out the Steelers?

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