How to be More Personal with Colonel (retired) Robert Campbell – Episode 25

December 11, 2017

Often a leader’s personnel is referred to as their greatest resource. While the premise of the statement is true, it leads leaders to be cold and heartless. The ideology of being more personal with your personnel is that you become closer to them, understanding who they are as an individual and team member. Which leads to this episode’s guest. 

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Solidifying Employee Loyalty with Heather Younger – Episode 24

November 29, 2017

Retaining employees must be at the forefront of any organization’s strategy. Simply stated, finding good help is hard to find. However, that statement fails to mentions that losing good help is very easy to do! Employee loyalty is currently at an all-time low and every time an individual leaves your organization, that is a large number of wasted dollars and resources headed out with them. Hence my guest in this episode. 

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Making Effective Decisions with Michael Schaffer – Episode 23

November 13, 2017

Leading people is by far the biggest time drain of leadership. However, in the end you are leader because you the decision making authority within your organization. Leaders often freeze at decision making, they can’t seem to grasph that this is a core respsonbility of their job. It does not have to be that way though.

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Exercising Political Leadership with M.P. Mark Gerretson – Episode 20

August 11, 2017

Politics is one of the areas where people automatically think about when they think of leadership. However, political leadership is much more than simply campaigning, getting elected, and then simply debating in Parliament. No, exercising political leadership has direct impacts on people’s lives and that is what we will learn about in this episode. 

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The Power of Influence With Brent Kelly – Episode 18

July 19, 2017

Influence, like many things, can be used for good or evil. The good regarding influence is that as a leader it enables you to guide your people to your vision easily. Additionally, you often need to use influence to get others to believe in you and what you want to achieve. That is where the Power of Influence comes into play.

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Rising Through Adversity With Jordon Perolio – Episode 17

July 4, 2017

At some point, we all have to face adversity. The difference is what you do when that adversity comes. As a leader your people’s adversity becomes yours. Hearing others’ story can help you with your situation. The main thing is to learn from others’ lessons and apply them to your situation. 

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Leading From the Front With Colonel (Retired) John Conrad – Episode 16

June 14, 2017

Military leaders have been some of the greatest leaders of all time. However, many have been quietly leading in the shadows of their military service. Military leaders have a distinct difference in their leadership requirements compared to their civilian counterparts – they have the potential of seeing their people fall in combat. 

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Leading Teams Virtually With James Nieves – Episode 14

May 1, 2017

Virtual teams are becoming more a common reality as organizations look to cut costs while affording their people work-life balance. Therefore, a leader needs to learn how to lead virtual teams in order to be successful. There are different things to consider when you are leading virtual teams than teams who work in the same office. 

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Millennial SOS from Sinek – Episode 11

March 5, 2017

There are lots of talks regarding the millennial generation. As this generation begins to take over a larger portion of the work force leaders need to understand how properly employ these people. Millennials, however, are getting a lot of heat and light for issues which are not their fault. However, as leaders we need to be prepared to help the millennial generation find its way. 

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