Molly Ola Pinney is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Autism Project, a nonprofit organization that increases the capacity of local individuals working with children with autism worldwide. In this episode, Molly shares how the Global Autism Project started and how far reaching it
Publish Date: Mar 23, 2020
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Molly Ola Pinney is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Autism Project, a nonprofit organization that increases the capacity of local individuals working with children with autism worldwide. In this episode, Molly shares how the Global Autism Project started and how far reaching its impacts are today.
Molly discusses her focus on empowering others through the guiding principle "Do with not for." Molly and I discuss how this model that she has used to build the Global Autism Project to the success it is today can be translated into a classroom setting. Molly shares valuable insights on how to work with your team through focusing on observation, listening, and asking questions. This episode is a must listen for building up your leadership skills!
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