About The Episode (Part 1)

Kyle, Rocky, and Zac talk different approaches to leading and Lewin’s framework of democratic, autocratic, and laissez-faire leadership styles. Kyle, a UCF Hospitality graduate with over 19 high-volume Chick-fil-A Grand Openings under his belt, urges listeners to see how diversity is key to good leadership.

About The Episode (Part 2)

Join us for a continuation of last week’s episode with Kyle Brown, graduate of UCF’s Rosen College of Hospitality Management. Kyle talks his hands on experience with different kinds of leaders, and makes the point that different kinds of leadership styles lend themselves to various scenarios. What kind of leader are you? Listen here to find out.

About The Guest

Kyle Brown

Kyle Brown has been a loyal Chick-fil-A employee under Rocky DeStefano since he was sixteen years old.

Today, Kyle has over 18 Chick-Fil-A Grand Openings under his belt. With the knowledge that great leadership comes from diverse practices and people, Kyle dives head first into Chick-fil-A’s LDP services (Leadership Development Program). There he will serve as an interim manager of new stores, growing his leadership strength and hopefully one day owning a restaurant of his own.