Faces of Leadership: Appearance on the Donna Seebo Show

September 8, 2023 | Events, Leadership

William F. Merck II, Author, Leader, Speaker

by William F. Merck II

Events | Leadership
Bill shares his experience and insights into what it takes to become a leader with Donna Seebo on her show, Faces of Leadership.

In these clips from Bill’s August 2023 interview with Donna Seebo for her show, FACES OF LEADERSHIP, he talks about taking initiative, building credibility, working through anxieties, and earning respect.

Bill also delves into working with a diversity of thoughts when it comes to solving problems. They discuss how a leader’s decision-making process can make all the difference in outcomes.

You can watch the full interview on YouTube.


Bill’s book, So, You Want to Be a Leader, is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Read excerpts from his book and articles on leadership here.

Breadcrumbs: Finding a Philosophy of Life by William F. Merck II

Get your Copy!

Breadcrumbs: Finding a Philosophy of Life is now available in paperback and e-book editions.

WJAC TV Interview on Military Recruitment Challenges

As the U.S. Army battles recruitment challenges, Bill suggests how innovative efforts can attract a new generation of soldiers.

Success Made to Last: Author’s Corner Interview

Bill talks about overcoming ageism in the workplace, embracing change, and building your adaptability.

Interactions with Purpose

Meetings and public communications, with an emphasis on keeping a good flow of accurate information throughout an organization, are critical for effective leadership.

Harvard Bookstore Presentation

A fall trip to Cambridge, Massachusetts, proved to be an exciting adventure and a wonderful experience for a new author.

Transition Tips for New Leadership Roles

Bill’s guest article for The Kevin Eikenberry Group with ten tips to think about as you make the transition to leader.

Tribal Boundaries

I believe that people are inherently good with exceptions. I strive to appreciate people for who they are, not what they appear to be.

Interview with Heather Hansen O’Neill: From Fear to Fire

In this interview, I share with Heather Hansen O’Neill leadership secrets to overcoming fear, embracing your gifts, and achieving success.

Winning Moves in the Workplace

Read Bill’s March 2023 guest article for Communication Intelligence, a magazine about smart communication in our professional lives.

5 Ways That Businesses Can Help Promote The Mental Wellness Of Their Employees

A Q&A with Jake Frankel of Authority Magazine on how every business needs programs that address mental wellness.

Afternoon Live Interview on KATU

Bill gives some leadership tips in an interview with KATU host Kara Mack on Afternoon Live.

The Unspoken Bias: Ageism in the Workplace Interview

Dive into a thought-provoking discussion that explores not just the definition, but the subtle ways ageism infiltrates our everyday lives and particularly, our workplaces.

Frontlines of Freedom Podcast: On Military Readiness

In this podcast excerpt, Bill expands his thoughts on military recruitment issues and strategies to improve retention.

Meet Bill

William F. Merck has a lifetime of experiences in the working world that contributed to his success in a variety of leadership roles.

Available on Amazon

So, You Want to Be a LEADER


Being a leader is not easy for anyone. Thankfully, this book transforms more than a half-century of leadership experiences into a practical handbook for those looking to excel in leadership roles. In candid fashion, So, You Want to Be a Leader: Secrets of a Lifetime of Success, reveals what works—along with an unvarnished examination of what doesn’t—in a myriad of work-related situations.

On Leadership

LEADER

AVAILABLE ON AMAZON

BREADCRUMBS: Finding a Philosophy of Life


In Bill’s new book released on March 14, 2023, the author uses stories from his life’s journey to illustrate points in time that helped form his view of the world and his place in it. From growing up in Southern Georgia in the 1940s, to becoming a military officer and a corporate leader, he discovers a nexus between early feelings and subsequent notions and beliefs.

On Philosophy

BREADCRUMBS