Archive: Leadership

#093 – Andrew McPeak: Leadership for Today’s Young Adult
I am an unashamed old guy, and at times I feel completely out of touch with today’s young adults. I know from hundreds of conversations with professionals that I’m not alone. Today’s younger generation is different – but that doesn’t...
#045 – Retired U.S. Army Ranger Bernie Veldman: Impact & Ownership
In this Episode…   How did he find creative solutions to big problems when starting out? What process did he go through to implement his succession plan? How did he make team members so happy they won’t want to leave? Why is his employee owned company thriving?...
#039 – Jessica Lahey: The Gift of Failure
In this podcast, you will learn: Why we’re thinking of the word “failure” all wrong Preparing kids for executive functions such as time management, prioritization, creative problem solving, and goal-setting Methods to create intrinsic motivation and be a better student A...
#037 – Jim Kouzes: World-Class Leadership
In this episode, you’ll discover: His recommended books to improving your leadership skills The scientific approach to understanding great leadership found in The Leadership Challenge What leaders are doing when they’re at their best The most frequently asked questions among execs...
#025 – Mark Sanborn: Storytelling, Simplicity and Leadership
Can you make people see you as a strong leader? How do you motivate others to unrelentingly join your mission? Mark Sanborn @Mark_Sanborn, knows. Mark is the author of eight books including the bestseller The Fred Factor: How Passion In...
#022 – Who’s On Your Executive Dream Team?
If you were to start a company and could choose any executive leaders to direct your company who would you pick? Jeff Bezos? Jamie Dimon? How about Starbucks Founder and CEO Howard Schultz or Tesla’s Elon Musk? The rules: He/she...
#017 – Dr. Michael Nichols: Are Leaders Born or Are They Made?
Dr. Michael Nichols (@MichaelENichols) is an expert when it comes to helping leaders pursue and achieve growth in their personal and professional lives. After starting his blog in 2008, he set out to focus on helping others with vision development,...
#003 – How to Fire an Employee
“Recently, I was asked if I was going to fire an employee who made a mistake that cost the company $600,000. No, I replied, I just spent $600,000 training him Why would I want somebody to hire his experience?” –...