Your Leadership Flight Path to Success with Thor Conklin – Episode 44

May 9, 2018

A leader is someone who demonstrates what is possible —Mark Yarnell As leaders we are used to planning… well everything! But how often have we found ourselves wishing we had a process mapped out for a particular issue? If happens more times than I can imagine honestly. Mapped processes help us achieve leadership success, the […]

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How to be a Transparent Leader – Episode 42

April 25, 2018

Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. Be honest and transparent anyway. – Mother Teresa Transparency is not something which is often discussed in the leadership realm. However, it is crucial to your success as a leader. Transparency allows you to close the “Leadership Gap” and increase the accountability within your organization.  But how can you […]

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Developing your Organizational Purpose with Alex Agresta – Episode 41

April 18, 2018

Having purpose is something which we all hear about and know of but truly how many of us live our lives with purpose? Further to that, how many of us lead our organizations with purpose? The purpose is what drives us to organizations, groups, and individuals. Finding organizational purpose is a must-do for any leader. You need to understand what your organization is truly set out to achieve. That may seem easy if you’re in business – make money – think beyond that. Think deeper and in the end, you will achieve greatness and amazing results. 

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How to be a Sustainable Leader with Maura Sweeney – Episode 39

April 4, 2018

Sustainability is a hot topic these days. From sustainable energy sources to sustainable modes of transportation. However, there’s a form of sustainability which is appropriate for this site and show – sustainable leadership. Being a sustainable leader is more than a tagline, it’s a mindset which a leader needs to employ every single day, in every single decision. Being a sustainable leader takes time, dedication and consistency.

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The Importance of Employee Welfare and Relations with Adam Brown – Episode 38

March 21, 2018

Employees/people are the cornerstones of any organization regardless of the size and function. Without our people, we are simply not leaders. However, it seems that too many leaders do not simply care enough to worry about their employees’ welfare nor care enough to build relations with them. Employee welfare and relation building must be at the forefront of any leaders mind. 

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Birth of the Military Entrepreneur Tribe with Andrew O’Brien – Episode 36

March 7, 2018

Entrepreneurship is currently a hot topic. Wherever you look it seems like everyone is becoming an entrepreneur and starting their own business. An interesting niche of this booming trend is the rise of the military entrepreneur.  In general terms, military members are not the best paid members of society; however, they are some of the most resourceful people on the planet. With training to overcome to the largest obstacles with little to no resources, it is no surprise that many serving member turn to entrepreneurship prior to and after leaving the service. 

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35 Leadership Lessons from a 35 Year old

February 28, 2018

I celebrated my 35th birthday and of those 35 years, I have been exercising leadership for over 20 of them. During my time, I have learned a large number of leadership lessons and decided to do a podcast episode solely dedicated to these lessons.

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How to Lead an Employee Termination with Alison Gerlach – Episode 34

February 21, 2018

Employee termination can be a sensitive subject but as a leader, it is one which you need to be prepared for. Sometimes it just does not work out. Not all employees are meant to stay with your organization forever and that is ok. Just note that regardless of the reasons you need to treat the person with respect and dignity. These core principles will help guide you through this potentially emotionally-charged situation. 

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Leadership Axioms with Steve Smith – Episode 33

February 14, 2018

Leadership is often referred to as an art and not a science. What that means that there are no specific processes or formulas to find the answer to a problem. Instead, leadership requires leaders to develop soft skills or interpersonal skills.

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Lead and Manage the Hiring Process with Rebecca Barnes-Hogg – Episode 32

February 7, 2018

My expert, Rebecca Barnes-Hogg comes with a lengthy background and has developed her hiring process referred to as the YOLO. In the end, her goal is for you to find the purple unicorn – or your ideal employee.

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