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Krister Ungerböck joins Monday's "St. Louis on the Air" in advance of his presentation at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Krister Ungerböck

Krister Ungerböck often works with high-profile CEOs, coaching them on best practices when it comes to leadership, communication and employee engagement. But his efforts to help people lead well extend beyond the upper echelons of organizational management and into everyday workplaces as well as family life.

On Monday’s St. Louis on the Air, St. Louis Public Radio’s Jeremy D. Goodwin talked with Ungerböck as he looked to travel to St. Louis a little later in the week to speak  at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

They discussed what Ungerböck describes in the title of his upcoming book as “The Language of Leadership: Words to Transform How We Lead, Live and Love.”

Wyman Center helps at-risk teens beat the odds

Jul 5, 2012

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, July 5, 2012 - On a bright afternoon in late June hundreds of teenagers filled the dining hall on Wyman Center’s Eureka campus. As the teens finished eating, Austin Francis, 14, helped his friends clean their table and put away benches before heading outside for a free period.

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, Feb. 17, 2011 - Women in leadership posts -- whether public or private -- face many of the same challenges.

Among them: when to shed the traditional female role of "team player" to "step up" to wield power as a true leader.

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: October 29, 2008 - For many election cycles, Robert Lefton has applied the leadership matrix he developed for corporate chiefs to U.S. presidents, past, present and future.