Developing Cultural Brilliance with Claudette Rowley – Episode 70

March 20, 2019

Culture is said to be the cornerstone of any organization. Without a culture where employees feel secure, valued, and respected an organization will crumble. Yet we hear so many horror stories of bosses running their organizations to the ground, or employees who do not feel apart of a team and ultimately only care for themselves. It’s time leaders step forward and develop an organizational culture where everyone matters, where everyone is valued, and where everyone can thrive.

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Leading by Advising President Obama With Anton Gunn – Episode 68

March 6, 2019

When we think of leadership, we do not necessarily think of the highest political levels. However, this is where leadership can have its greatest impacts. Instead of leading tens, hundreds, or even thousands. A head of state leads millions. This is a level of leadership which is not seen by many. However, my guest today reveals some of the mystery of what it was like to advise President Barack Obama.

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How to Battle Decision Fatigue – Episode 67

February 27, 2019

Decision fatigue effects all leaders at all levels. No matter how much experience you gain as a leader, you cannot avoid decision fatigue completely. It can have an impact on our ability to lead our people and organizations and in the worst-case scenarios it can have consequences at home.

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Leading Change with Jen McFarland – Episode 66

February 20, 2019

Change is ever present. If you are not changing, then you are not growing and if you are not growing then you are dying. In order to lead successful organizations, we as leaders need to master the art of change management. This is where my guest Jen McFarland is an expert in. Jen McFarland is […]

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Unlocking Your Leadership Potential with George Penyak – Episode 65

February 13, 2019

Regardless if you believe it or not, we all have leadership potential in us. In some form or another we all can be leaders. Some people naturally are able to unlock it themselves while others need someone to show them the way to unlock it.

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Dumbing Down Organizational Growth with Karen Walker – Episode 64

February 6, 2019

As an organization you are either flying or you are dying and this holds true whether you are for-profit or not-for-profit. Organizations grow over time to meet their increasing demands are requirements. However, there are ways to fail at growing. Organizations can actually set themselves up for failure when they grow too fast with little or no vision to what this growth actually means. This is where my guest Karen Walker comes into play.

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Lead a Badass Agile Organization with Chris Williams – Episode 63

January 30, 2019

Change, it is the ever consent in our world. Since forever, the world has been changing. Organizations are no different. Organizations at times need to be steady like an rock and others they need to be adaptive and nimble like a cat. This is where “agile” comes into play. Agile allows organizations to change, morph, and become more effective in a short period of time. However, to employ it properly it has to be respected and executed by the team and not one lone individual.

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Company Transformation Through Alignment with Alex Vorobieff – Episode 60

November 22, 2018

“Transformation isn’t about improving. It’s about re-thinking” – Malcolm Gladwell All organizations will go through this during their life cycle at some point… misalignment. Organizations go through misalignment because of many factors – size, age, poor leadership, etc – but all have one thing in common a transformation is required.  Alex Vorobieff has helped countless businesses […]

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Using Conflict for Good with Nathan Regier – Episode 59

September 16, 2018

Conflict is ever present. Even reading these podcast show notes could be causing you conflict this very instant. As leaders, we need to know the good, the bad, and the ugly revolving around conflict. Additionally, whilst conflict can be a catalyst for good change, unresolved conflict can cause long-lasting damage to an organization. As a leader, you need to know how to use conflict for good, and then ultimately resolve it. This is where my guest, Nate Reiger comes to play.

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Enabling Employee Engagement with Jo Dodds – Episode 53

July 13, 2018

It’s one of the most important things which leaders and organizations must achieve yet it is one of the most difficult things to achieve. To have fully engaged employees takes more than finding the right employees with the right attitude to have engagement. Employee engagement needs to start from the top, as a leader you need to be driving the organizational culture so that employee engagement is at the forefront of all people in the organization. 

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