How your personality will affect your company.July 14, 2017 / Podcast # 17-28
Chris Kuenne & John Danner, co-authors of the new book Built for Growth, have created a new assessment for entrepreneurs and they can you to try it out. They’ve identified the four types of entrepreneurial leaders and how they work. Listen to the episode and then check out their quiz to put the curiosity of who you are in the context of building a business.
Becoming an inspirational leader for your team.July 7, 2017 / Podcast # 17-27
Being an inspiring leader seems like an innate quality that some people are just born with. However, it can be taught. Bonnie Hagemann, co-author of Leading with Vision, joins us with some tips on how to get buy-in from your team and become a visionary leader.
How to make your life more inspiring.June 2, 2017 / Podcast # 17-22
When we think about inspirational leaders we tend to think about the big dreamers and the iconoclasts. It seems like it’s impossible to be inspiring ourselves. Kristi Hedges, author of the new book The Inspiration Code, joins us to talk about how we can make our words and actions more inspiring to others.
Applying an art form to businessMarch 10, 2017 / Podcast # 17-10
We often think about improvisation in the context of comedy and it has nothing to do with the average workplace. But you’ve actually used improv tools more than you probably think. Bob Kulhan, improv pro in and out of the office, is here to talk about how to add these crucial skills to your toolkit.
How to get hands-on leadership experience in a safe environment.February 24, 2017 / Podcast # 17-08
You wouldn’t learn how to play piano by starting with musical theory. Leadership training is exactly the same. Josh Spodek is here to talk about his new book, Leadership Step By Step, published by AMACOM, the book that will get you out there to start practicing leadership in the real world.
Great presence for anyoneFebruary 3, 2017 / Podcast # 17-05
We all want to have a great presence but what does that look like. With the publication of the paperback of her classic book The Power of Presence, Kristi Hedges joins us to talk about how you can cultivate your own outstanding presence, no matter your personality.
How to be in charge, nicely.January 27, 2017 / Podcast # 17-04
Being the alpha dog is everyone’s goal right? But if you think about the alphas in your organization, they’re usually not someone you like very much. Danielle Harlan has seen a rise in what she calls the New Alpha, the kinder, more impactful leader.
Empathy for your problem employees.January 13, 2017 / Podcast # 17-02
We’ve all worked with someone who was a diva or a Debbie Downer. Sometimes we wonder why we don’t just fire them. Alan Willett is here to defend them: they usually have a good reason and there were warning signs all along. Alan joins us with some advice from his new book, Leading the Unleadable, published by AMACOM, on how to course correct on those problem employees.
People think you're a leader, now what?October 28, 2016 / Podcast # 16-29
While management is an appointed position, leadership is based on relationships. Leadership status is usually by acclaim, not mandated. Mark Smith is here to talk about how to make the most of that status.
Be happy and get the results you want.September 16, 2016 / Podcast # 16-23
At work there’s winning and then there’s winning well. What’s the difference? It’s about getting results without sacrificing your soul. Authors of the book Winning Well (published by AMACOM) Karin Hurt and David Dye are here to talk about how to maintain your core values while still getting great results at work.