Small Business, Big Growth

Why Leadership Development is Personal Development with Jason Hollinger, President & CEO of Four Seasons Produce

March 05, 2021 Boostpoint Episode 37
Small Business, Big Growth
Why Leadership Development is Personal Development with Jason Hollinger, President & CEO of Four Seasons Produce
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Small Business, Big Growth
Why Leadership Development is Personal Development with Jason Hollinger, President & CEO of Four Seasons Produce
Mar 05, 2021 Episode 37
Boostpoint

In this episode, Sam sits down with Jason Hollinger, president & CEO of Four Seasons Produce, Inc. Four Seasons is a family-owned, full-service produce wholesale distributor with over 800 employees, founded by Jason’s father.  Jason and Sam speak on the dynamics of a family business and why personal development is the key to leadership success. Jason also provides insight into his own career path-- from working at Four Seasons part-time as a teenager to becoming the president and CEO of the company.


Time Stamps:

Intro & background [0:17-8:48]

Stepping outside of what you know [8:48-13:26]

Advice for taking over a family business [13:26-15:50]

Personal development strategies [15:50-22:05]

Transitioning into a new leadership role [22:05-24:37]

Maintaining & changing company culture as a new leader [24:37-26:36]

Learning from leaders but being yourself [26:36-29:30]

Promoting leadership within your business [29:30-32:30]

What being a CEO means to Jason Hollinger [32:30-34:50]

Outro [34:50-35:31]


Links:

www.fsproduce.com

www.boostpoint.com


Show Notes

In this episode, Sam sits down with Jason Hollinger, president & CEO of Four Seasons Produce, Inc. Four Seasons is a family-owned, full-service produce wholesale distributor with over 800 employees, founded by Jason’s father.  Jason and Sam speak on the dynamics of a family business and why personal development is the key to leadership success. Jason also provides insight into his own career path-- from working at Four Seasons part-time as a teenager to becoming the president and CEO of the company.


Time Stamps:

Intro & background [0:17-8:48]

Stepping outside of what you know [8:48-13:26]

Advice for taking over a family business [13:26-15:50]

Personal development strategies [15:50-22:05]

Transitioning into a new leadership role [22:05-24:37]

Maintaining & changing company culture as a new leader [24:37-26:36]

Learning from leaders but being yourself [26:36-29:30]

Promoting leadership within your business [29:30-32:30]

What being a CEO means to Jason Hollinger [32:30-34:50]

Outro [34:50-35:31]


Links:

www.fsproduce.com

www.boostpoint.com