The Ten Commandments Of Leadership

January 7, 2012 Richard King, Owner and Senior Partner of King, King and King Law Office discusses leadership principles that the rising generation of leaders needs to apply. Conviction, vision and commitment are vital principles that will lead to the success of a developing leader.

About the Guest

Richard D. King is the owner-senior partner of King, King and King. He has been an Attorney at Law in both California and Utah for 46 years, having been admitted to the bars of both states in 1963. He is admitted to practice to the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. Mr. King has three degrees from the University of California at Berkeley including the degree of Juris Doctor from the U.C. School of Law (Boalt Hall). He is a graduate of the College of Advocacy from Hastings College of Law and has an honorary doctorate of law from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea. He taught at Brigham Young University and was a distinguished Military Graduate of U.C. serving as a Captain in U.S. Military Intelligence. He is a member of California Club and The Order of the Golden Bear.

In addition to his extensive legal experience, Richard King has delivered speeches in every state in the USA and in over 100 countries. He is a past world president of Rotary International and currently serves on the Planning Commission of Fremont, California. He serves on the Executive Board of the Bay Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the High Council of the LDS Fremont Stake. He is a member of Actor’s Equity and has performed extensively in west coast productions of Broadway Musicals, in his own shows in Las Vegas and in countless musical productions. He is a member of the Hall of Fame, Demolay International. He has been honored by many countries for humanitarian service. He is a recipient of the Distinguished Public Service Award from the BYU Management Society.