On this episode of Leading in a Lonely World: Conversations with Transformative Leaders, we meet Reginald (Reggie) Turner, an attorney with Clark Hill PLC in its Detroit, Michigan office and current President of the American Bar Association. Reggie has a storied resume of key leadership positions within Clark Hill. He is a member of the firm's Executive Committee and is actively engaged in national and state bar associations. He served as a White House Fellow under President Clinton, and has worked for other administrations.
Reflecting on his long-history of leadership, Reggie says he is well-suited to lead simply because he cares. You will hear Reggie talk about the challenges he faced during his leadership terms, including serving on his firm’s executive committee and as the President of the largest voluntary bar association in the U.S. during a global pandemic. Reggie’s leadership style brings quiet to the chaos – in other words, bringing order through a dignified, humble, steady commitment paired with inclusive collaboration to resolve problems. Listeners, I know you will enjoy Reggie’s interview and join me in celebrating his leadership as a person who cares deeply.
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