Episodes
It’s rare that an organization lasts beyond the third generation. Why is that? In today’s episode, I explain the three generational mindsets and how you can lead your entire team to "think like an owner" no matter their age, role, or tenure.
Published 05/04/23
As a leader, you're not only leading. You're leading towards growth. In this episode, New York Times bestseller and business coach Donald Miller shares six things you need to grow your business, church, or non-profit and build an organization that lasts.
Published 04/20/23
Early in her career, Amy Porterfield felt insecure about her education and experience (or lack thereof.) Now a New York Times bestselling author and business coach, Amy shares how to grow into the confident, courageous leader you want to be.
Published 04/06/23
Success is always a good thing—until it isn’t. Join Craig’s conversation with pro athlete, podcaster, and New York Times bestselling author Lewis Howes, and learn why service always trumps success and how to develop your own “greatness mindset.”
Published 03/16/23
The potential of your leadership is a reflection of the quality of your habits. In this episode, Craig outlines the final four habits many great leaders have in common. If you want to have a bigger impact, develop better habits.
Published 03/02/23
Few things in life are more frustrating than knowing you need to change and trying to change but never changing. This episode dives into the first two points of Craig's newest book, The Power to Change: Mastering the Habits That Matter Most.
Published 02/14/23
What sets apart great leaders? Great leaders are fanatically consistent with a few strategic habits. Today, Craig outlines the first four habits many great leaders have in common. If you want to grow in your leadership, start mastering these habits.
Published 02/02/23
If you’re like most leaders, you have days when you love your job way more than others. What sets those great days at work apart? And is it possible to have even more? Today, Patrick Lencioni outlines the freedom of discovering your Working Genius.
Published 01/19/23
If you want to be more effective as a leader, you need to get more strategic with your habits. In this episode, Craig helps you identify who you want to be as a leader and what habit you need to start this year to get there.
Published 01/05/23
For the first time, five generations are sharing today’s modern workplace. That’s a big opportunity. In this episode, Tim Elmore shares how to leverage the strengths of Gen Z, Builders, and every generation in between to accomplish more together.
Published 12/01/22
Leading without healthy boundaries can lead to feeling frustrated, burned out, and ineffective. In today’s episode, my good friend Lysa TerKeurst returns with practical strategies for learning when and how to create boundaries at work and at home.
Published 11/17/22
What team members are looking for today is different than what they were looking for three years ago. In this episode, Craig outlines three new employee “wants” in the workplace and how you can create a workplace culture people don’t want to leave.
Published 11/03/22
You gain or lose influence with every interaction. So even when you say all the right words, your non-verbal cues can undermine your leadership. Today, Vanessa Van Edwards shares the keys to communicating with influence and charisma in every interaction.
Published 10/20/22
Right now, some of you are deeply dissatisfied at work and might be considering quitting your job. In this episode, Craig will help you discern your next best career move by sharing the four questions you need to ask before you quit your job.
Published 10/06/22
Few people have won a Heisman trophy, written four NYT Best Sellers, waged war on human trafficking, and founded a non-profit that fights for people in more than 70 countries. Tim Tebow has. He shares how he leads through it all in today’s podcast.
Published 09/01/22
Great leaders can seem enigmatic or unpredictable, but it's often because they're operating in key talents and skills that don't naturally coexist. In Part 2 of "Lead Like It Matters," Craig shares six more qualities of leaders who have "it."
Published 08/18/22
You might look at a leader and wonder, “What’s their secret?” They’ve accomplished so much and show no signs of slowing down. In today’s episode, we talk about what sets apart the leaders who have “it” from those who don't.
Published 08/04/22
Today's guest is a driven, effective, hugely successful 24-year-old leader. Her secret? Staying humble through the success. Today, Sadie Robertson Huff shares the strengths of different generations, her advice to Gen Z, and how she embraces failure.
Published 07/07/22
Two things are true of every leader: you want to get better, and you want your organization to get better. So often, we think "better" requires more money, time, or effort. In this episode, we'll learn that isn't always the case when you "bend the curve."
Published 06/02/22
So many leaders are afraid to show weakness to their teams. Today, Shawn Johnson walks us through his own raw battle with anxiety, how to lead while attacking anxiety, and how showing your struggles can strengthen, not weaken, your leadership.
Published 05/19/22
Many leaders avoid conflict and end up holding their teams back. In today’s episode, Dave Ramsey returns to talk about the kinds of fights he loves to lose with his team members, healthy conflict, and helping his staff avoid burnout.
Published 05/05/22
Leading out of a crisis is more difficult than leading during one. Today, in part two of “Leading Out of Crisis,” Craig shares six key steps you need to take to lead your team and yourself out of the chaos of the last two years.
Published 04/21/22
If your leadership plan today is the same as your pre-pandemic plan, it's probably a bad plan. You can’t just lead after a crisis, you need to lead out of a crisis. And that requires a different approach. Today, part one of "Leading Out of Crisis."
Published 04/07/22
Authenticity alone doesn’t guarantee success, but inauthenticity does guarantee failure. Jamie Kern Lima, who founded It Cosmetics and sold it for $1.2 billion 8 years later, shares the keys to building great organizations.
Published 03/03/22
The potential of your leadership is a reflection of the quality of your habits. That’s good news if you have good habits, but bad news if you don’t. In today's episode, Craig shares two steps to breaking the bad habits that limit your leadership impact.
Published 02/03/22