Hear Seth Godin explain how to break the negative shift that has taken place in the workforce, as outlined in his new book, The Song of Significance. The key is for managers and employees to come together to build a significant organization that enrolls, empowers, and trusts everyone to deliver their best work, no matter where they are.
For more information about Seth Godin, visit www.sethgodin.com
Hear Scott Blanchard, President of Blanchard®, share information about the recent rebrand of the company. He talks about the new tagline—The Heart of Human Achievement™, and the vision of the company—Leaders Powered for Good. He explains how Blanchard will continue to serve a diverse set of organizations with immersive learning experiences that enable leaders at all levels to turn potential into performance.
For more information, visit www.Blanchard.com
In this episode hear Ozan Varol explain how being genius isn’t for a special few. It can be cultivated. Sharing information from his new book, Awaken Your Genius: Escape Conformity, Ignite Creativity, and Become Extraordinary, he encourages you to discard what no longer serves you and discover the qualities that make up your own personal genius.
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In this episode hear Soren Kaplan explain how life experiences influence our mindsets and abilities while impacting our present success and future opportunities. He shares tips and examples from his latest book, Experiential Intelligence: Harness the Power of Experience for Personal and Business Breakthroughs, and describes the differences between IQ, EQ and XQ.
For more information about Soren Kaplan visit sorenkaplan.com.
Hear Carol Kauffman share information about the MOVE framework from her latest book, Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes are High, coauthored with David Noble. She describes how leaders must learn to read situations and respond in the most effective way to manage high-stakes challenges.
For more information about Carol Kauffman, visit www.carolkauffman.com
In this episode hear Bill Treasurer share tips for becoming a more confident and competent leader from his latest book, Leadership Two Words at a Time. His message is especially helpful for new leaders, but leaders at all levels will find wisdom in his words.
For more information about Bill Treasurer, visit www.couragebuilding.com
In this episode, hear human and organizational development expert Linda Berens talk about a framework for identifying your pattern of core psychological needs, values, and behaviors from her book, Understanding Yourself and Others. She explains that the more we can understand about ourselves and others, the better we can work together.
For more information about Linda Berens visit www.interstrength.org
In this episode, hear Keith Ferrazzi explain how remaining competitive in the post-pandemic world requires a new model of leadership. It will take radical adaptability to sustain continuous change, inspire innovation, and separate the best organizations from the rest! His latest book, Competing in the New World of Work provides the roadmap.
In this episode hear Whitney Johnson explain the S Curve of Learning from her latest book, Smart Growth: How to Grow Your People to Grow Your Company. She describes the three phases in the curve as the Launch Point, the Sweet Spot, and Mastery and helps you understand where people are on the learning journey to develop their potential.
For more information about Whitney Johnson visit www.whitneyjohnson.com/newsletter or listen to her Disrupt Yourself podcast.
Hear emotional fitness and leadership expert Nataly Kogan share her super-practical guide for reducing daily struggle and burnout so you can live, work and lead with more energy, joy and meaning. Her new book The Awesome Human Project is a response to her own journey as a refugee who achieved tremendous success. She makes the compelling case that while challenge in life is constant, struggle is optional. For more information about Nataly Kogan visit www.natalykogan.com
In this episode hear Christina Maslach explain the causes of burnout as described in her new book, The Burnout Challenge. She talks about how to recognize the signs of employee burnout and how to combat the issue to promote increased productivity and health.
For more information about Christina Maslach, visit www.theburnoutchallenge.com
In this episode, hear Jennifer Brown deliver a call to action for leaders at every level to find their role and voice in affecting societal and workplace change. She shares concepts from her new book, How to Be an Inclusive Leader, Second Edition.
For more information about Jennifer Brown visit www.jenniferbrownconsulting.com
In this episode hear Mike Easley share experiences and insights from his two decades as CEO of an electric cooperative. He explains why self-awareness and empathy are crucial for anyone aspiring to be a leader—especially a leader worth following.
For more about Mike Easley on LinkedIn or visit his book website at noosofleadership.com/
In this episode Eileen Hahn shares tips from her new book, The Job You Were Born For, which presents a revolutionary approach to aligning your work with your life’s purpose. She provides the method for learning what you were born to do while loving every moment of it and making a positive impact in the world.
For more information visit www.eileenbhahn.com
Do what you love. Sounds simple, right? Hear Marcus Buckingham share how to determine when you are at your best, so you can do what you love, and do it for the rest of your life. His newest book Love + Work focuses on bringing love, the most powerful of human emotions, back into your work and in life.
In this episode coauthors Tom Kaden and Michael Gingerich talk about the skill of listening from their book Listening 2by2: A Paradigm Shift for Leaders. Listening takes intention, patience—and practice. Listening is no longer considered a soft skill but an integral part of communication not only for organizations, but families and personal relationships. They share tips from their L.I.S.T.E.N model to elevate the need to improve communication to the top of our priority list.
In this episode Amer Kaissi shares results of his extensive research into the traits that define strong, effective leaders from his new book, Humbitious: The Power of Low-Ego, High-Drive Leadership. Conventional thinking has us believe that those filled with hubris and a lack of self-doubt make the best leaders. However, he explains how the unique combination of humility and ambition are the most important skills a leader can use. Humbitious leaders integrate humility into their relationships...
Hear Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley discuss how to be an effective leader by using the skills of servant leadership and building trust. They share how to put the commonsense methods into common practice from their book Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust.
For more information visit www.simpletruthsofleadership.com
In this episode, employee engagement expert Heather Younger explains that if you are looking for increased productivity, customer satisfaction, or employee engagement, you need to care for your employees first. People will go the extra mile for leaders who show they are genuinely concerned about their staff. But while most leaders think of themselves as caring leaders, not all demonstrate that care in consistent ways. Your employees will judge you by your actions, not your intentions.
In this episode, hear peak performance expert Steven Kotler explain why we are all capable of achieving the extraordinary. Talking about his latest book, The Art of Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer, Kotler explains how the four skills of motivation, learning, creativity, and flow impact our ability to achieve and exceed expectations.
In this episode, hear Carey Lohrenz explain how we can all learn to overcome the stressful circumstances in our lives instead of being overwhelmed by them. She shares the fundamentals of surviving and succeeding during times of crisis as outlined in her new book, Span of Control: What to Do When You’re Under Pressure, Overwhelmed, and Ready to Get What You Really Want, to be released June 1, 2021.
Hear Liz Wiseman reveal the secrets of stellar professionals who play the game at a higher level from her new book, Impact Players. Drawing on insights from leaders at top companies, Wiseman explains what the most influential players are doing differently, how small differences in how we think, and act can make an enormous impact, and why—with a little coaching—this mindset is available to everyone who wants to contribute at their highest level.
In this episode, Juliet Funt, globally recognized warrior in the battle against busyness, shares tips from her latest book, A Minute to Think: Reclaim Creativity, Conquer Busyness, and Do Your Best Work. Funt developed a framework to help people regain control of an overloaded, chaotic schedule. She reminds us to insert white space—short periods of open time into our daily routine to reinvent the way we approach a maxed-out schedule.
For more information, visit www.Julietfunt.com