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The Talent Magnet Institute is committed to developing leaders to succeed in relationships, work, community, and life: we’ll reframe what success means, and you’ll hear the personal stories of successful leaders from around the globe. From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, every guest has a unique story to tell and insights to bring. Discover how to achieve a new type of success that goes much deeper than profits: culture, talent, and holistic leadership.

The Talent Magnet Institute is committed to developing leaders to succeed in relationships, work, community, and life: we’ll reframe what success means, and you’ll hear the personal stories of successful leaders from around the globe. From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, every guest has a unique story to tell and insights to bring. Discover how to achieve a new type of success that goes much deeper than profits: culture, talent, and holistic leadership.

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United States

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The Talent Magnet Institute is committed to developing leaders to succeed in relationships, work, community, and life: we’ll reframe what success means, and you’ll hear the personal stories of successful leaders from around the globe. From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, every guest has a unique story to tell and insights to bring. Discover how to achieve a new type of success that goes much deeper than profits: culture, talent, and holistic leadership.

Language:

English


Episodes

Taking Care Of Your People As A Leadership Initiative with Andy Foerster

4/2/2020
This week Mike discusses more leadership issues in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic with Leadership Strategist Andy Foerster. Andy is President of Leadership Energy Engagement, LLC and a Talent Magnet Institute Faculty Member. Andy and Mike share unique and truly inspiring lessons for leaders that Andy gained from his tenure in the Navy, as well as corporate life. Find out who is Andy Foerster and what makes him uniquely qualified to excel during high stress and change. (1:17) Mike asks...

Duration:00:30:48

Being Courageous During Uncertain Times with Mike Sipple Jr.

3/26/2020
This week Mike breaks down the key components to being a great leader in the times of great change that we are facing today. He shares: The 3 things you as a leader need to consider in order to relate to your people and inspire them (5:09) How to stay centered and find the courage to step forward when you are uncertain of the future (7:10) Creating workplaces and households that are collaborative problem-solving machines (12:22) Mike is so passionate about helping you, the listeners and...

Duration:00:20:24

What It Takes To Be A Great Leader In Uncertain Times

3/19/2020
This week Mike and Christine Lewis share their thoughts and observations about leadership and changes to everyday life during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020. They discuss: Key take-aways for unprecedented times (5:11) What does everyday bravery look like? What does leadership on every level look like? What we CAN do right now in times of restriction What Mike does to work thru ambiguity (6:37) The art of compartmentalization (9:35) Mike and Christine share candid comments about these...

Duration:00:00:48

Reflections On 100 Conversations With Mike Sipple Jr.

3/12/2020
Your host, Mike Sipple Jr. takes this momentous occasion of the 100th episode to reflect on purpose, impact, and to share aspirations for the future. Mike shares: What to expect from the Talent Magnet Institute in the next 100 episodes (5:20) More engagement with you, our listeners, (6:52) Our goal to get your most relevant questions answered by future guests (7:33) Mike dives into the bigger vision of Talent Magnet Institute, sharing the 7 key areas of Leadership thought. (8:10) LISTEN NOW...

Duration:00:23:09

A Conversation About Leadership Icon Warren Bennis and Becoming Yourself

3/5/2020
This week Mike talks to two esteemed guests. The first, Dr. Marianne Lewis, is the Dean and Professor of Management at the University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business. In the studio with Mike is Jack Fitzgerald the Founder of the Warren Bennis Leadership Experience and a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati. Today, they discuss the upcoming Warren Bennis Leadership Experience event being held at the University of Cincinnati on April 1, and leadership from a personal...

Duration:00:42:19

Being Honest About What It Takes To Be The Best Leader with Dr. Dan Snivel

2/27/2020
This week Mike talks to Dr. Dan Snively, Founder of Lion’s Lead, a provider of leadership assessment tools and analytics. Mike and Dan discuss: Building sustained trust in leadership (3:32) Behaviors that facilitate great leadership (4:55) The details that matter in self-awareness (7:25) LISTEN NOW! Dan describes self-awareness assessment keys that every leader should consider: Thinking of self-awareness like the cockpit of an airplane (8:02) How to get the biggest value from the results...

Duration:00:32:15

Optimized Outcomes For Success in Leadership with Pamela Gilchrist

2/20/2020
This week Mike talks with Pamela Gilchrist, Founder, and CEO of The Gilchrist Group. You will definitely want to listen in on this deep discussion about communicating as a leader. Pam shares her expertise about transparency in the C-Suite, how to communicate through difficult situations, and stories of her clients’ successes through relevant situations. LISTEN NOW! You won’t want to miss this episode! Pam shares: The three basic elements any leader needs for success (1:50) Factors during...

Duration:00:36:36

What Will Your Leadership Legacy Be With Barry Posner

2/13/2020
As we get closer to the 100th episode, the conversations we are having with leaders dive deeper and this episode is no exception. This week Mike talks to Barry Posner, Professor of Leadership at the Levy School of Business at Santa Clara University, co-author of the award-winning book The Leadership Challenge and a “Top 50” leadership coach. Barry will be the key-note speaker at the 2020 Securing The Future Conference presented by the Leadership Council for Non-Profits. Mike and Barry dive...

Duration:00:37:18

Effective Strategies For Talent Acquisition with Tim Sackett

2/6/2020
This week’s episode is a strategy-rich conversation with Mike and Tim Sackett, author of The Talent Fix. Tim visited Cincinnati in September 2019 to present at the Talent Acquisition Evolution Conference on Global Talent Acquisition Day. Get ready to take notes, because this episode is rich in ideas for effective talent acquisition and retention, and challenges old notions about organizational structure regarding talent, such as: Who really “owns” talent in an organization? (1:03) The most...

Duration:00:40:59

Paul Sittenfeld: How To Infuse Professional Leadership with Social Impact

1/30/2020
This week Jessica Baron, Vice President for Centennial, Inc. talks to Paul Sittenfeld, a long-time friend and Cincinnati businessman. They discuss how Paul has reframed his leadership opportunities to impact success in the community at large. They discuss the impact education has on non-traditional populations and how the success of one family member can transform others by expanding their ideas about what is really possible for them. (6:33) He shares how his stories about what he has humbly...

Duration:00:34:45

Taking On Leadership Roles in Health Care and Life with Jennifer Manders

1/23/2020
This week Jessica Baron, Vice President at Centennial Inc. speaks to Jennifer Manders about making a difference by getting involved at work and in your community. Jennifer is a surgical oncologist at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio specializing in breast cancer. She is also the President of the Christ Hospital medical staff. She and Jessica discuss: How her choice in her medical training specialization foreshadowed her leadership roles later in her career (2:51) Her role in defining...

Duration:00:35:54

Securing a Seat at the Table With Minda Harts

1/16/2020
This week, Mike has an inspiring conversation with mover and shaker Minda Harts. Minda is on a mission to help women of color change their workplace experience, and enable “success partners” with key action steps. Minda is the host of the “Securing The Seat” Podcast, as well as the author of the best-selling book The Memo: What Women of Color Need To Know To Secure a Seat at the Table. Minda shares many key insights during this short conversation, like: What she learned early in her career...

Duration:00:27:03

Let’s Fix Work With Laurie Ruettimann

1/9/2020
In this episode Mike talks to fellow podcaster, Laurie Ruettimann, who is the host of the Let’s Fix Work podcast. They discuss myths that we grew up with about work, and how work should be. Listen NOW and hear how Laurie explains: Why work is at its basis a compromise (2:31) What Human Resources is really (4:58) How human optimization will shape work in the future. (5:35) Mike and Laurie talk about how leaders need to change the way they think about their role in how people show up to work....

Duration:00:37:30

Creating Community with Podcasts and Twitter Chats with Jon Thurmond, the co-Host of the HR Social Hour Podcast

1/2/2020
The first episode of the new decade finds Mike discussing the power of connecting through podcasting. In an era where virtual connections via social media are the norm, Jon Thurmond, who is a seasoned HR practitioner and podcast co-host with Wendy Dailey, talks to Mike about how he has been able to create meaningful friendships and connect on and off the internet via their podcast and Twitter chats. They discuss: How a missed opportunity to go to a conference turned into a Twitter chat that...

Duration:00:41:44

Annual Roundup with Mike Sipple Jr. and Christine Lewis

12/26/2019
In this episode, Mike reviews the amazing year that has come and gone, and shares his predictions about the incoming decade. He shares his personal take-aways and insights from a year of meaningful conversations, as well as the impactful work that the Talent Magnet Institute is doing. (4:24) “We are working with leaders who understand that the impact of aligning business strategy to people strategy and resources ultimately reaches beyond that and how we actually help leaders lead themselves...

Duration:00:42:00

Pop Your Bubble About Diversity and Inclusion with Wendy Dailey

12/19/2019
Mike has the pleasure this week of welcoming Wendy Dailey, a fellow podcast host, blogger and Talent Strategist at Sanford Health based in South Dakota. Wendy is the creator and host of the HR Social Hour Podcast and The Wonder Woman Podcast, both focusing conversations about diversity and inclusion. In their short but meaningful conversation, Mike and Wendy discuss: How the Wonder Woman Podcast got started (5:16) What being called “colorblind” really means (10:46) Recognizing diversity...

Duration:00:24:31

Kevin Monroe on the Power of Gratitude and Purposeful Leadership

12/12/2019
Mike’s guest this week is fellow podcast host, Kevin Monroe. Kevin hosts The Higher Purpose Podcast. In this conversation, they share business tips, transformational stories, and the power of gratitude. Kevin shares: How to get subscribers on a new podcast (2:35) Examples of how perspective and context changes your view of your personal journey (6:41) His take on “servant leadership” being faith-based or not (11:31) He also says we should be less “driven” and more “powered forward,”...

Duration:00:45:14

Leisa Mulcahy Shows Us How To Do Successful Regional Collaboration To Effectively Solve Workforce Issues

12/5/2019
This week, Mike is behind the microphone with Leisa Mulcahy, Vice President of Workforce at The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. They discuss an initiative called Grow Northern Kentucky which is creating incredible success for the entire Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. Leisa explains the exciting challenges that Grow Northern Kentucky is helping to resolve by partnering with a diverse group of organizations. (3:40) She shares the 5 pillars of the initiative and why starting with...

Duration:00:31:56

Is Managing A Non-Profit Like Twirling A Fire-Tipped Baton?

11/28/2019
This week Jessica Baron talks to another local leader who is making a huge impact. Jen Eismeier, Executive Director of Camp Joy and Jessica talk about: An embarrassing moment that turned into a poignant lesson (4:45) How you leaders of small non-profits can impact their more experienced peers in significant ways (6:40) How to deal with the pressure of leading today knowing you stand on the shoulders of giants who came before you (19:44) How Jen deals with the pressure of being at the top and...

Duration:00:34:21

How Tara Noland Redefines The Role Of Mentors In Careers and Philanthropy

11/21/2019
This week Jessica Baron, VP of Executive Search for Centennial Inc. talks to Tara Noland, Founding Executive Director of Greenlight Cincinnati. They discuss the power of mentorship in unconventional ways. Hear how Tara teaches about what it means to be a good mentee and why you should have more than one mentor, (4:13) What elements you should look for in a mentor, and How she uses social media to leverage business connections online. (7:21) Tara shares her story about her career path and the...

Duration:00:28:02