How Behavior Change Helps Film Director Develop as Leader - Tricia Regan

In Chapter 5 of 10 in her 2011 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, director and filmmaker Tricia Regan addresses a weakness - interpersonal communication skills - to strengthen her leadership skills. After multiple films, Regan learns the technical skills required in shooting, directing, and producing. She then works on how to better interface with those around her who challenge her vision. She recognizes her need to accept responsibility and the need to find better ways to communicate with her team. Regan is an Emmy-Award winning filmmaker. She directed, produced and shot "Autism: The Musical." When not shooting documentary films, Regan has worked as a director, producer, and writer at ABC, NBC, FOX, and Lifetime. She earned a bachelors from Binghamton University and masters from New York University.