In this episode of the Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast, we explore John Quincy Adams' famous quote: "If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader." How can we use this quote to inspire ourselves and others to be better leaders? How can we develop our teams, families, and coaching strategies to make a positive impact on those around us? Join us to explore these questions and more. New episodes drop every Monday and Wednesday.
In this episode, we'll explore the ideal team player and why hiring hungry, humble, and people-smart individuals is crucial, an idea that comes from The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni. Join us as we discuss practical tips for building and leading high-performing teams. New episodes drop every Monday and Wednesday.
Hope is a powerful tool that can be used to motivate teams, overcome obstacles, and drive success. In this episode, we explore Napoleon's famous quote, "A leader is a dealer in hope," and how it applies to our own leadership journey, our teams, and our families. We'll discuss the key traits of hopeful leaders and provide actionable tips to become a more hopeful and inspiring leader. New episodes of The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast drop every Monday and Wednesday.
Do you need help to get your leadership to buy into your ideas? In this episode of the Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast, we'll discuss common reasons why our ideas may not be implemented at work and explore strategies for communicating the benefits, risks, and tradeoffs of our ideas, visions, or solutions. Tune in every Monday and Wednesday for new episodes!
As military leaders, we know that those we lead and mentor catch more than what we intentionally teach. In this episode, we discuss the importance of leading by example and share a personal story about how our actions can inspire others. Tune in to learn how our leadership impacts those around us, and how we can set the tone for healthy, high-performing teams. New episodes drop every Monday and Wednesday.
As leaders, we are often expected to navigate complex situations where our vision for our team or organization may differ from that of our leadership. In this episode, we discuss how to approach these situations with grace and professionalism while also working to ensure that your team is moving toward its goals. Join us for practical tips and strategies for leading through difficult situations. New episodes of The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast drop on Mondays and Wednesdays.
The soldiers are the heart of an army, and investing in them is crucial for building strong teams and successful organizations. In this episode, we discuss the power of investing in soldiers and how it can lead to building high-performing teams
Leadership has the power to cause deep scars that people never forget. In this episode of the Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast, we explore how to heal those wounds and become a better leader. Join us for simple tools and solutions to help you develop your teams, your leadership skills, and your self-awareness. New episodes drop every Monday and Wednesday.
Are you struggling to lead your team to victory? Do you want to learn how to overcome obstacles and achieve success, no matter how long and hard the road maybe? In this episode, we'll explore Winston Churchill's famous quote, "Victory at all costs, victory despite all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be," and discuss how it applies to our leadership journeys. Join us as we simplify the process of coaching people to become healthy, high-performers and lead high-performing teams.
As leaders, we are constantly challenged to understand and effectively communicate with those around us. The 5 Voices personality profile is a powerful tool that can help us accelerate our personal growth and deepen relationships with others. In this episode, we will explore how the 5 Voices can be used to identify our tendencies, predict group behavior, and gain a deeper understanding of the individuals we lead. Join us as we simplify complex leadership problems and provide simple tools and...
Join us for an inspiring episode of The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast as we explore how the Navy SEALs motto, "The only easy day was yesterday," applies to our leadership journey. Discover simple tools and solutions for developing high-performing teams, coaching others, and accelerating personal growth. New episodes drop on Mondays and Wednesdays.
In this episode, we explore how everyone has something unique to offer to the team and how we can develop each person's capacity to perform and contribute to the team's success. By focusing on our individual strengths and leaning on others, we can unlock our collective potential. New episodes drop on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Discover the power of love as a leadership tool. Join us as we explore how making love a choice in every moment can transform teams, families, and communities. New episodes drop on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Keep up with this mid-week mindset series as we bring motivational quotes to life and give you the tools to implement positive change in your life.
Unlock the key to long-term success and achieve your goals with ease. Join us for a journey into the lives of Pioneers and Connectors. Learn how to align your values with your aspirations and discover the hidden impact of values on wealth, status, and happiness. Tune in every Monday and Wednesday for new episodes.
Discover the power behind Douglas MacArthur's famous quote, "The soldier, above all others, prays for peace." In this mid-week mindset episode, your coach shares how this quote applies to the journey of military leaders and offers simple, practical solutions on how to implement it in our lives, teams, and families. Tune in every Monday and Wednesday for fresh perspectives on leadership and self-improvement.
Discover the importance of coaching to outcomes rather than methods in this podcast series aimed at military leaders. In this episode, your host will break down complex issues and provide simple, practical solutions to common misconceptions. Tune in every Monday and Wednesday for a fresh episode and join the conversation on optimizing human performance, health, and family wellbeing.
Join us as we dive into the often-overcomplicated world of leadership and explore why traditional approaches often fail. With simple and practical solutions, we'll uncover the importance of meeting people where they are and how to drive employee engagement through the "platinum rule." This episode is perfect for military leaders and spouses who want to improve their leadership skills and make an immediate impact.
In this episode of "The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast," we dive into the harsh truth about why most leadership programs fail. The military community is no stranger to ineffective training and underwhelming results, but it's time for a wake-up call. Join us as we examine the flaws in traditional leadership development and offer practical solutions for creating real, lasting change. Whether you're a military leader or spouse, this episode is a must-listen for anyone who wants to see real...
Your hard exterior may have gotten you to this point, but it won't get you to the next level!
It's time to stop letting our hardship and trauma define us and start viewing it as a stepping stone and reference point for the success and impact we have in the lives of others!
My greatest challenge has been being as intentional at home as I am at work.
Join me as I talk about what LIBERATION looks like when it comes to those that matter most.
This week I share a story about the power of transformation. There is no reason we shouldn't be creating stories like this EVERY WEEK OF OUR LIVES!!!!
What's holding you back???
Traditions bind us, and can enhance the relationships on your team, and keep your children coming home long after they have moved away. Look for opportunities to build traditions, treating them as the mortar that holds the foundation together!
Why not just push Alignment and hold people ruthlessly accountable to their results? Won't this get us the result we are after without all of the investment in touchy-feely things like communication and relationships?
Well, the answer is yes... sort of.
Join me as we explore employee engagement and why Communication and Relationships have to be at the forefront of our minds if want our teams working with us rather than against us!
What we often view as "tough" or "resilient" is typically the end result of training and dedication to personal and relational health. Join me as we explore one of our most powerful coaching tools, the Peace Index!