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High-Stakes Leadership with Constance Dierickx

You don’t need to be a special person to be a high-stakes leader; we all have those qualities. Further, these qualities can be strengthened in those who want to reach their leadership potential. Constance Dierickx specializes in working with organizations in high-stakes transitions (such as mergers and acquisitions) and is the author of High-Stakes Leadership: Leading Through Crisis with Courage, Judgment, and Fortitude. She joins Kevin to talk about these core leadership qualities.

Duration: 00:38:24

Building a Powerful Culture with Patty McCord

Patty McCord challenges the notion of “best practices” and believes they make teams complacent and can turn a workplace toxic. In this episode of The Remarkable Leadership Podcast, Patty shares with Kevin that these were her frustrations, which led to the book, Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility. Patty discusses what she learned as the COO of the Culture at Netflix and believes people come to work with a desire to make an impact. You don’t need to empower employees,...

Duration: 00:33:25

Getting Your Mom.B.A with Karyn Schoenbart

Karyn Schoenbart, author of Mom B.A. joins Kevin to share some practical advice from the trenches of the workplace. Whether you are just joining a team or whether you are leading a team, we all could use a bit of motherly advice to continue to build our careers. Karyn shares tips on questions people are afraid to ask or don’t even recognize they should ask.

Duration: 00:26:14

Heretics to Heroes with Cort Dial

Anyone with a new paradigm is initially seen as a heretic. They challenge our routine. Cort Dial, author of Heretics to Heroes: A Memoir on Modern Leadership, joins Kevin to discuss that new ideas are uncomfortable and often lead to progress. There are heretics in every organization and if you find yourself in that role you cannot bulldoze your way through. You need to nurture relationships, have conversations, and build enrollment

Duration: 00:32:11

Lessons from a NASA Leader with Paul Hill

Engineers and space aficionados, as well as leaders, this episode is for you. Paul Hill spent 25 years in NASA’s Mission Control, learning and living the values he now evangelizes. He is the author of Leadership from the Mission Control Room to the Boardroom and joins Kevin to discuss rocket science, learning from the past, and management. He offers an insider’s perspective on the leadership values and culture that have been critical for NASA’s “impossible” wins.

Duration: 00:33:07

Leadership Lessons From the Kellogg Brothers with Dr. Howard Markel

In this episode of The Remarkable Leadership Podcast, we get the chance to boost our trivia knowledge with a history lesson. Dr. Howard Markel, the author of The Kelloggs The Battling Brothers of Battle Creek, joins Kevin to discuss the story of the Kellogg brothers; their relationship and the building of an empire. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg was the big brother and one of America’s most beloved physicians. In his time, he was a best-selling author, lecturer, health-magazine publisher; and...

Duration: 00:34:10

Leading with Compassionate Accountability with Dr. Nate Regier

As Nate Regier mentions, Google conflict and it will autofill with mediation and resolution. This puts conflict in a negative light and what would happen if we looked at it as the creation of something new? Nate, a clinical Psychologist, expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, and author joins Kevin to discuss how accountability, compassion and apologies play a role in conflict. Talking points: compassionate accountability, the compassion cycle, the role of a leader in...

Duration: 00:28:44

Living a Life of Significance with Aaron Walker

Aaron Walker started his first business at 18 and selling to a Fortune 500 company nine short years later. Having a strong desire for personal development has kept Aaron in a weekly mastermind group for more than a decade with Dave Ramsey, Dan Miller, Ken Abraham and seven other notable Nashvillians. Aaron joins Kevin to discuss not only his new book, View From The Top, but to share examples of leading with a growth mindset. His philosophy is that an effective leader encourages others to...

Duration: 00:33:24

Making Better Decisions with Mike Whitaker

What is the secret formula for success and happiness? Mike Whitaker, author of The Decision Makeover: An Intentional Approach to Living the Life You Want joins Kevin to discuss how our decisions, and we need to take ownership, can impact and shape our professional and personal lives. Mike offers insight into the types of decisions we make and the importance of connecting goal setting to our decision-making process.

Duration: 00:32:56

Creating Loyalist Teams with Linda Adams and Rebecca Teasdale

Loyalist teams are 40 times more productive and less than 15% of all teams are true loyalist teams. Linda Adams and Rebecca Teasdale, co-authors of The Loyalist Team, join Kevin to discuss the research that led to their book and learn some of predictable, repeatable traits the best teams in the world share. Leaders need to create an environment where you can raise the “real” issues and move your mission forward.

Duration: 00:30:39

Turning Weeders into Leaders with Jeff McManus

Gallup says 51% of the workforce is not engaged. Jeff McManus joins Kevin to discuss how you get your people on board and excited. Jeff is the Director of Landscape Services at the University of Mississippi and the author of Growing Weeders Into Leaders. He shares his experience of managing a multi-million-dollar landscaping beautification implementation project with minimal resources. He knew that growing the mindset of his team would be critical to results.

Duration: 00:28:39

Practical Storytelling for Leaders with Sandy Coletta

The art of a good story. It is interactive and uses words and actions to engage the listener and encourage imagination. Sandy Coletta is the former President of Kent Hospital and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of a Care New England. She joins Kevin to talk about her leadership journey and how it lead to her new book, The Owl Approach to Storytelling: Lead with Your Life. She suggests that we all have roles/positions in our organizations and stories need to come from...

Duration: 00:29:06

Leadership From the Inside Out with Kevin Cashman

Your leadership path should be a journey of purpose; the intersection of your gifts and how those gifts can serve others. Kevin Cashman, best-selling author, global thought leader and CEO Coach, joins Kevin to discuss growth; both personal and leadership. He also offers insight into the 3rd Edition of Leadership From the Inside Out, originally published 20 years ago. In today’s world, so-called soft skills no longer can be dismissed as “nice-to-haves.” His research shows they are...

Duration: 00:32:48

Why Simple Works with Lisa Bodell

We all dream big and yet we keep adding things to our to-do list keeping us from those dreams. Further, we boast about checking 20 tasks off our list by 8:30 AM, yet did you ask yourself if that task really needed to be done? Lisa Bodell, founder, and CEO of futurethink and author of Why Simple Wins, joins Kevin to chat about simplicity in organizations. Lisa goes over questions we can ask to help define simplicity and what can leaders do to recognize the activities that suck time and...

Duration: 00:29:49

Making Presentations Exciting with Joey Asher

The dreaded presentation. The word may cause you to feel some anxiety because you are the presenter or you because you are in the audience. Today, Joey Asher, author and coach, talks about going beyond the presentation. Leaders at all levels need to give more than just the data. Their audience, their listeners, their employees, need the story behind the data to make a real connection. In this episode, Joey discusses 1. The importance of presentation skills to leaders. 2. Fundamental...

Duration: 00:27:25

Change Starts Within You with Cortney McDermott

Goals and vision are important to organizational growth and if we cannot connect with our employees do they work? Cortney McDermott, author of Change Starts Within You and former CEO, helps us understand that people come to change in a variety of ways. Leaders need to come from a place of a strong shared vision and move people to their genius. In this episode, Kevin and Cortney discuss: Miserably successful and authenticity. Change and leadership. Sustainability and problem-solving. ...

Duration: 00:34:13

Culture and Values with Joe Tye

Culture, values, and ownership are words organizations use every day. Do you really know what they mean for, your team, and your organization? Kevin and Joe Tye, author and CEO and Head Coach of Values Coach, discuss corporate culture. Joe challenges us to think about corporate values and define your culture in 6 words. These need to be intentional and unique to create the workplace you want.

Duration: 00:31:25

The Potential Principle with Mark Sanborn

Improvement is not linear. We get better and we hit a plateau. Further, it becomes difficult to find the resources to help us get better. Mark Sanborn, president of Sanborn & Associates, Inc., an idea studio dedicated to developing leaders in business and in life and author joins Kevin to discuss potential and results. His latest book, The Potential Principle, focuses on closing the gap between how good you are now and how good you can be.

Duration: 00:28:19

Leading on the Camino Way with Victor Prince

In this episode of the Remarkable Leadership Podcast, Victor Prince and Kevin take you on a journey along the Camino Way. The Camino de Santiago is a series of ancient trails across Spain. This was once a spiritual route and now often used by hiking enthusiasts, Victor spent a month hiking the trail as he had the time and the desire. He did not expect to write a book about his adventure and yet the trail gave him time to focus on the 7 values pilgrims are asked to follow while on the trail...

Duration: 00:27:54

What Leaders Can Learn from Emigrants with Brian Buffini

Brian Buffini, the author of The Emigrant Edge – How to Make It Big in America and trainer, came to America at 19 looking for a tan. An accident and medical bills provided him an opportunity to live the American Dream, for which he is grateful. Today he runs a multi-million dollar company where all the employees hold each other accountable for the core values. Kevin and Brian discuss learning, gratitude and the importance of self-leadership.

Duration: 00:33:37

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