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Toxic Leadership | Mark Tinsley | Episode 112

Toxic leaders, they are everywhere. In fact, they are not worth being referred to as leaders, instead I like to refer to them as bosses. These horrible examples of leadership are too often the result in people quitting and ultimately organizations crumbling. Mark Tinsley is a US Army Officer, and leadership coach and consultant. With…

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Culture Fix | Colin Ellis | Episode 109

A cultural evolution is a complex undertaking and isn’t something you hire a consultant to lead or that you purchase off the shelf. If people within the organization don’t believe in the culture change, aren’t involved in it or simply don’t understand it, it will fail. Leaders need to prepare their organization for cultural evolution…

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Developing a Culture of Engagement | David Veech | Episode 106

Engagement and culture are two aspects which followers yearn for within any organization. They want to feel like they belong in the organization, that the organization understands them as an individual, and that they feel connected with their organization at the core level. Yet too many organizations out there couldn’t care less about this aspects….

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The Strategy Mindset 2.0 | Chuck Bamford | Episode 105

Far too many organizations formulate their strategy with antiquated approaches designed to make everyone feel good, and then fail to implement anything meaningful. Ineffective strategies, assessed using assumptions rather than quantifiable metrics, muddy organizations’ abilities to hone an identity that will make them stand out. Developing goals around the business’s true competitive advantages — determined…

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People over Process | Michael K. Levine | Episode 103

Today’s leaders face a situation no one imagined fifty years ago: getting a hundred or more people to assemble complex and abstract ideas into an invisible, effective decision-making machine. The key is focusing on people, not process. Agile software development is transforming how businesses run. But too many leaders are in the dark when it…

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Why Digital Transformations Fail | Tony Saldanha | Episode 102

Digital transformation is more important than ever now that we’re in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where the lines between the physical, digital, and biological worlds are becoming ever more blurred. But fully 70 percent of digital transformations fail. Tony Saldanha, a globally awarded industry thought-leader who led operations around the world and major digital changes…

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Embrace AI as an Humachine | John Wood | Episode 101

There’s a lot of hype, hand waving, and ink being spilled about artificial intelligence in business—and enterprises are taking the bait. According to a 2019 report by Gartner, AI implementation has grown by an astounding 270 percent in the past four years and has tripled in the last year alone. By 2021, IDC researchers predict…

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Episode 100!! | How Can Leaders Best Serve Their People Today

It’s been a heck of a ride. In this episode of the Moving Forward Leadership Podcast I keep it simple. Just one question but many answers. In this episode you’ll hear from many past guests and a few future quests. As they answer: How can leaders best serve their people today? Moving Forward Leadership Resources…

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Transform Your Team | Jill Valdez | Episode 95

The world is constantly changing and it is becoming more and more difficult to keep up with “the Jones’” per say. Teams are no different in this case. Teams need to evolve and change over time to ensure that they stay relevant and meet your organization’s needs. So it’s imperative that you learn how to…

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Creating A Highly Productive Culture | Liz Kislik | Episode 94

Organizational productivity is linked to the organization’s culture. If the organization’s culture is of one which stuffs out ideas, limits creativity, or enables backstabbing then it will implode. However, if your organization embraces a culture where people can talk, collaborate, and resolve conflicts then it’ll be a highly productive culture. For 30 years as a…

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