What do you do as a thought leader when crucible experiences
force you to face that you're a "practice struggler"? That's the
situation Kaley Klemp faced when she and her husband, Nate, hit a
patch in their marriage so rocky they wondered if it might be the
end. But they fought their way back by changing their mindsets from
seeking fairness from each other to showing radical generosity to
each other. In the process, they applied some of the very
team-building skills each had learned in their careers to
bolstering their relationship -- a journey they capture in their
new book, THE 80-80 MARRIAGE: A New Model for a Happier, Stronger
Relationship. Kaley explains in this interview with Crucible
Leadership founder and BEYOND THE CRUCIBLE host Warwick Fairfax
that strong marriages, like strong leaders, need ample doses of
vulnerability and authenticity.
You are more than your failures and setbacks. We share stories of leaders who have moved beyond life’s most difficult moments to lead lives of significance, and insights on how you can do the same. Hosted by Warwick Fairfax.