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Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time! Hi, I am Pod OSullivan. For over twenty years I have coached, mentored and supported corporate leaders and leadership teams all over the world to become impactful, effective and high performing. This is a podcast that taps into that experience. It is recorded for and about senior business leaders, C suite leaders, Founders and CEO's. I interview leaders and experts about ways to optimise leadership. What are the useful habits and thinking patterns? What are the secrets to high performing teams? How do they continue to nurture their effectiveness day after day? In other words, what is their leadership diet? www.theleadershipdiet.com

Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time! Hi, I am Pod OSullivan. For over twenty years I have coached, mentored and supported corporate leaders and leadership teams all over the world to become impactful, effective and high performing. This is a podcast that taps into that experience. It is recorded for and about senior business leaders, C suite leaders, Founders and CEO's. I interview leaders and experts about ways to optimise leadership. What are the useful habits and thinking patterns? What are the secrets to high performing teams? How do they continue to nurture their effectiveness day after day? In other words, what is their leadership diet? www.theleadershipdiet.com

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Australia

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Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time! Hi, I am Pod OSullivan. For over twenty years I have coached, mentored and supported corporate leaders and leadership teams all over the world to become impactful, effective and high performing. This is a podcast that taps into that experience. It is recorded for and about senior business leaders, C suite leaders, Founders and CEO's. I interview leaders and experts about ways to optimise leadership. What are the useful habits and thinking patterns? What are the secrets to high performing teams? How do they continue to nurture their effectiveness day after day? In other words, what is their leadership diet? www.theleadershipdiet.com

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English

Contact:

0417863324


Episodes

Wrapping up Season 1 with some amazing highlights and summaries

12/16/2020
Season 1 of the 'The Leadership Diet' has already arrived and come to an end. And what a season it was! In this end of season wrap up we revisit some of the most downloaded conversations from the last 15 episodes and discuss, Imposter syndrome and letting the character emerge but not dominate Turning anger into curiosity Leading during Covid Executive Burnout Hosting a Stop It Month Inescapable Questions Origin stories from Boston, USA Classic mistakes expat leaders make, and...

Duration:01:03:48

What happens when leaders learn to coach with Dr. Julia Milner

12/7/2020
Julia Milner is an internationally experienced Leadership Professor, currently living in France and has taught in Germany, China, Australia and many other parts of the globe. She has been labelled in the Top 40 under 40 Business Professors globally. Her TED X talk has been watched by over 100,000 viewers. She has been published in HBR online, the Economist and many academic journals. She shares Cross cultural leadership and how easy it is to spot what is different Leaders who think they...

Duration:00:40:25

How living systems can help leaders navigate uncertain times with Dr. Josie McLean

11/30/2020
Josie Mclean specialises in helping leaders and organisations learn how to navigate complexity by taking lessons from the world around us, ie. living systems. Her recent book, Big Little Shifts, outlines practises for leaders and practitioners on how to lead when times call the leader to adapt. In this conversation she shares; Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time! Hi, I am Pod OSullivan. For over twenty years I have coached, mentored and supported...

Duration:00:59:41

How can your Executive Assistant dramatically increase your leadership effectiveness with Liz Van Vliet

11/23/2020
Any successful leader will tell you their support team are the back bone of their success. In particular their Executive Assistant- known fondly as their EA. Yet, many leaders never think of investing some time into this relationship which means they can miss out on the potential of increasing their own effectiveness. Liz Van Vliet specialises in developing Executive Assistants, who then in turn add value to their leaders, enabling a higher level of effectiveness. in this episode, Liz...

Duration:00:35:30

Managing executive burnout in the leadership team- with Jessica Layden

11/16/2020
Jessica Layden has worked in Executive roles for top tier companies including WL Gore and Accenture. She holds a Masters degree in Psychology and is an adjunct faculty at AGSM in Sydney. We discuss the very important topic of burnout in the Executive suite. Jessica outlines; Symptoms to watch for, Impact of burn out, Practical tips to mitigate against burn out including 'walking puppies', Why working from home is impacting new hires into leadership teams, The importance of revisiting...

Duration:00:50:23

The intersection between ethics, culture, strategy and a dash of imposter syndrome with Dan Fleming

11/9/2020
Dr. Dan Fleming lives in Melbourne and is Head of Ethics and Formation at the St. Vincent's Hospital Group. We discuss really important leadership questions including: These are all the kinds of questions explored with Dr. Dan Fleming, head of Ethics and Formation at the St. Vincent's Hospital Group. Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time! Hi, I am Pod OSullivan. For over twenty years I have coached, mentored and supported corporate leaders and leadership...

Duration:01:05:27

Leading with humility and letting the characters emerge with Becki Morison

11/2/2020
Becki Morison is an Executive Vice President with Leo, a global pharmaceutical organisation head quartered in Denmark. In this very generous and insightful conversation she shares; Stepping onto a country level leadership role for the first time and realising the buck stops with her, Setting the vision helps but ensuring they are aligned to that vision is powerful, How her pattern of daily reflective questions continues to keep her focussed on both the immediate and long term, Why...

Duration:00:50:34

How martial arts can teach courage and leadership insights with Tim JohnPress

10/26/2020
Tim JohnPress is based in Texas, USA and has studied and taught both martial arts and leader development for over twenty years. We talk about; developing courage as a leader in order to be able to speak out, how to foster conversations that lead to insight and better outcomes, we also delve into the notion of somatic awareness, how to tune into your body for somatic based clues or directions. Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time! Hi, I am Pod...

Duration:00:59:15

Insights from a Master Coach on leadership teams, mediation and shamanism with Chip MCFarlane

10/19/2020
Chip MCFarlane has worked as an Executive Coach in over 27 countries spanning three decades. To say he brings vast experience to the conversation is an understatement! We discuss; Early mistakes as an expat leader Why learning how to pronounce someone's name pays huge dividends When global politics enter an organisation, how can mediation help Co owning a private business that then lists on the stock market and the impact that has! Leading in Asia His 'alternate' life as a Shaman and...

Duration:00:59:40

How unlocking moves can unleash surprisingly impactful leadership with Paul Byrne

10/12/2020
Paul Byrne lives in Amsterdam and is considered to be a world class Executive coach and consultant who has partnered with some of the world’s most successful leaders to assist them in transforming their organisation and leadership styles. His work has been cited in a range of books and business articles. He shares; How dyslexia influenced his life in Boston and later his leadership impact Why does leadership development occur in bursts and plateaus What are ‘Inescapable questions’ He...

Duration:01:12:58

Trust, Teams and Competing Commitments with Dr. Pauline Lee

10/6/2020
Dr. Pauline Lee is a specialist in teaming. Her PhD looked at trust within leadership teams and how to accelerate the development of same. She shares; What is trust. How is it different from Psychological Safety? Why is it even important? How to develop trust amongst team members What is different about working in Federal Government teams compared to the private sector. What is immunity to change? How do competing commitments imact new years eve promises! How to self coach out of a...

Duration:00:49:20

Moving from being frustrated to feeling freedom as a CEO and the impact that can have with Stephen Keys

9/29/2020
Becoming a CEO of a country, a geographical region or a whole business is often an aspiration and yet a very difficult transition and role to hold. What happens when the leader style gets in the way of their desired outcome? How can that leader develop more impactful leadership that betters them, their own life and the business around them. Stephen Keys, Vice President of IFS (https://www.ifs.com) a global enterprise software company, talks to his development as a leader and the learnings...

Duration:00:59:01

How does systemic thinking impact leadership ability and what is it anyway! with Dr. Paul Lawrence

9/22/2020
When the world continues to get complex, how do leaders stay on top of their ability to think and be strategic? Dr Paul Lawrence is a prolific author, teacher, change expert, a fan of obscure music and experienced international expatriate leader. Paul talks with Pod on: What was it like being an English born leader working in Spain, Japan and Australia. Why receiving feedback can be useful but almost always difficult. Paul outlines his research that led to the 'Leading Change' and 'Tao...

Duration:01:03:20

When mindfulness becomes a strategic skill with Gillian Coutts

9/1/2020
Gillian Coutts is a Partner with The Potential Project. In this wide open and often intimate conversation, Gillian shares insights on how the practise of mindfulness helps senior leaders lift out of the noise and increase their ability to zoom out, see patterns and make better choices. She shares; What happened for her when she returned to work following maternity leave and then found she had cancer Why did a Board member once comment that Gillian seemed to be getting more...

Duration:00:44:50

The Leadership Diet Trailer with Pod .mp3

8/24/2020
This is the introduction to The Leadership Diet podcast. Tune in to hear who this series is created for and why it will be impactful. Pod OSullivan, your host, outlines what series 1 will be covering, who we will be talking to and why.

Duration:00:04:48

Shocks for new CEO's with Allan Tillack

8/4/2020
What happens when a leader finally makes it to the CEO role? Whatever the level of CEO (Country level, Regional, Business or Global) a number of shocks always await and surprise. We talk with Allan Tillack on his transitions into a range of roles including Board Chairperson with several other CEO's as Board members. Hear why learning to be comfortable with the uncomfortable is an important asset. Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time! Hi, I am Pod OSullivan....

Duration:00:59:10