I enjoyed Printers' bit about leadership. I do think the delivery would have had more impact if it had been organized a bit more clearly.
I give the guy credit for working a little off-the-cuff rather than reciting a script, but I think in particular younger listeners may have had trouble sifting the key ideas out of his remarks.
Also, the talk about "believing in something so much you'd be willing to die for it", "revelation of your sense of purpose", "reason for your birth" and "getting people to submit what they believe is true to what you believe is true" sounds like it may have come from a talk with a more overtly evangelical bent. Nothing wrong with that, but it may shed some light on why Casey sounded like he was editing himself a bit at times.
Incidentally, Casey's key bullet points and his introductory definition of leadership sound like they were strongly influenced by a pastor and motivational speaker named Myles Munroe. I have no idea whether Munroe's teachings are central to Casey's views on leadership or whether Munroe is one of many influences on Casey, or even whether Casey encountered similar material from other sources.
In any case, I thought it was interesting to hear Casey talk about how he approaches his life. He certainly sounds like he feels strongly about what he was talking about.