Slow Down to Speed Up | Liz Bywater | Episode 99

January 27, 2020

The world is moving at an ever increasing pace yet leaders are becoming more and more bogged down by everything which they are expected to achieve. Sometimes the best strategic is not actually learn how to speed up but rather how and when to slow down.

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Never Go With Your Gut | Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | Episode 98

January 15, 2020

Decision making is the task which leaders are tasked with the most during their day. Unfortunately most leaders are not trained how to properly make decision and therefore end up simply “going with their gut” and not necessarily making an informed decision. Thus, as a leaders you should never go with your gut but learn how to make proper decisions.

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Lead like a Royal Marine | Roderic Yapp | Episode 97

January 7, 2020

There are no other leadership lessons which are in comparison than those which are learned on the front lines. The Royal Marines of the UK’s armed forces know all too well this lesson. Military leaders are trained to think quickly, be decisive, and most importantly the importance of taking care of their soldiers. All leadership […]

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The Neuroscience of Success | Michele Molitor | Episode 96

December 11, 2019

Even leaders have their “baggage” which affects their emotions and gave have negative consequences for their performance. Our people and organizations deserve leaders who operate at their peaks, that is where neuroscience can come into play and give leaders that advantage.

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Leading Into the Future | Diana Wu David | Episode 92

November 6, 2019

As leaders we need to prepare for the future the best we can. It’s impossible to foresee events such as the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the 2008 financial crisis, or even a key person leaving the organization but we can develop the skill sets to adapt, adjust, and overcome to ensure the impact is minimal. Leading […]

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Saving Your Burned Out Boss | Vicky Oliver| Episode 90

October 10, 2019

Burn out continues to be a world problem and with technology today people cannot get away from their workplace. This is just as relevant to leaders as their subordinates and as both it is important to recognize this issues in both your people as well as your boss. Sometimes, as a junior or middle leader, or even as a subordinate we need to step in and help our bosses recognize their own burn out.

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Greatest Leadership Struggles | Episode 88

September 4, 2019

All great leaders struggle from time to time. It’s a part of the honour and burden of being in a leadership role. However, it is important to know that as a leader often these struggles are just a fragment of our imagination. Or that we as leaders are not alone in this journey and that there are others doing the job better than us.

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Lead True with Mindfulness | Ora Nadrich | Episode 87

August 29, 2019

Leaders need to be true to themselves, their organizations and most importantly to their people. Today, with the intense pace of daily activities, obligations, and the never-ending stream of information through social media, it is difficult to remain focused and mindful of our actions and surroundings. Losing touch with reality and the world can leave leaders lost and on a path of destruction which could prove to be disastrous for all those involved.

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Leadership Foundations |Rich Berens CEO Root Inc. | Episode 85

July 3, 2019

Foundations are the starting point of anything in the world and that includes leadership as well. In order to ensure that you have a grasp of what is expected of you, you better have a solid understanding of the foundations. Even if you are a seasoned leader, a reminder of leadership foundations will help ensure […]

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Develop Leader Courage to Push Back Against “Management” | Episode 84

June 26, 2019

Leader courage is the ability to stand up to those more senior leaders and management and tell them what you actually think. Leaders of all level need this courage so that they can do whatever they can mitigate potential disasters. However, sometimes at the end of the day the decision is not yours and as leaders we need to live with it.

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