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Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

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Top leadership coach and change guru Kate Ebner teaches leaders in business, education, government and non-profits how to create compelling and inspiring visions that lead to extraordinary results and outcomes. Each week on “Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life,” Kate introduces you to the amazing visionaries who are shaping our future. Discover the simple, yet powerful steps that add up to a great vision and an extraordinary life.

Top leadership coach and change guru Kate Ebner teaches leaders in business, education, government and non-profits how to create compelling and inspiring visions that lead to extraordinary results and outcomes. Each week on “Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life,” Kate introduces you to the amazing visionaries who are shaping our future. Discover the simple, yet powerful steps that add up to a great vision and an extraordinary life.
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Chevy Chase, MD

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Top leadership coach and change guru Kate Ebner teaches leaders in business, education, government and non-profits how to create compelling and inspiring visions that lead to extraordinary results and outcomes. Each week on “Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life,” Kate introduces you to the amazing visionaries who are shaping our future. Discover the simple, yet powerful steps that add up to a great vision and an extraordinary life.

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The Nebo Company 7201 Lenhart Drive Chevy Chase, MD 20815 301-657-3201


Episodes

Saying Goodbye: Lessons from Over 125 Visionaries with Kate Ebner and Guest

6/30/2014
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In August of 2011 leadership coach Kate Ebner started a bold new radio show to help listeners learn how to become visionary

Duration: 00:56:22


Living Longer Than Ever: The AARP’s Debra Whitman on the Future of Aging

6/23/2014
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Today, the average person in the United States lives nearly ten years longer than he or she would have 50 years ago. What does that extra decade at the end of life look like? What are the implications of a longer life span on families, the health care system, retirement planning, government benefits and more? Now that retirement lasts not just a few years but is a whole new life phase extending a decade or two (or three!), how should middle-aged adults prepare for this era of life?...

Duration: 00:57:22


Making the Vision Real: The Nature of Personal Transformation with Chris Wa

6/16/2014
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Can people really change? Coaches Chris Wahl and Kate Ebner explore this age-old question on June 16th. Join them for a deep investigation into the nature of personal transformation. They will explain the concept of transformational change, offer suggestions and personal stories, and illuminate how visioning can hold the key to a successful shift in your life. If you are wondering how to create lasting change in your life and your way of being, don't miss this episode.

Duration: 00:56:19


The Vision and Path to World Peace featuring Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Will

5/19/2014
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What does peace look like and how can humanity achieve it? Jody Williams is a good place to start. In the 1990’s, she oversaw the growth of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines from an organization of one (her) to a worldwide force that succeeded in getting an international treaty banning landmines signed in 1997. For this work, she won that year’s Nobel Peace Prize. But Jody was not content to rest on her laurels. In 2006, she established the Nobel Women’s Initiative in partnership...

Duration: 00:58:03


Restoring the Flow: A 21st Century Plan for Water Use with Sandra Postel, N

4/7/2014
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National Geographic Explorer and freshwater expert Sandra Postel knows that if we want to ensure a safe environment and prosperous life for all of humanity in the 21st century and beyond, we must change the way we think about water. Our planet is covered with beautiful blue water, however, less than .01% of the world’s water is drinkable and renewable. A growing population and overuse has jeopardized our freshwater supply, which to sustain will require different policies, new technologies...

Duration: 00:57:29


Leading Millennials in the Workplace with Anne Donovan of PwC

3/31/2014
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Frustrated with a high turnover rate among millennial employees, Pricewaterhouse Coopers conducted the largest multi-generational survey of workplace culture ever to find out what employees of all generations - but especially the millennials- care about. The results dispel - and confirm - some of the most widespread stereotypes about millennials at work. Anne Donovan, Director of Organization Development and a Transformation Leader for Human Capital at PwC, will discuss what the...

Duration: 00:58:12


Special Encore Presentation: Exemplary Leadership, A Conversation with Jim

3/23/2014
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Since its original printing in 1987, The Leadership Challenge has been reprinted multiple times and more than a million copies sold worldwide. Jim Kouzes and his colleague, Barry Posner, based their work on extensive global research, exploring the fundamental questions of how and why leadership matters. The results of their research are "go to" resources for leaders across all sectors. Join Host Kate Ebner and Jim Kouzes on Monday for an exploration of the five practices of exemplary...

Duration: 01:00:13


Fostering Education and Success in Southeast DC: The Inspiring Vision of Si

3/16/2014
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When the Catholic school where Sister Mary Bourdon taught closed its doors, many of her fellow teachers found jobs at other schools. But Sister Mary decided to seek out where the need for a high-quality school was the greatest, so she crossed the Potomac to the underserved Anacostia neighborhood in Southeast Washington, DC. There, Sister Mary started an after-school tutoring program that eventually became Washington Middle School for Girls (WMSG.) The school started in the basement of a...

Duration: 00:57:33


Living the Dream: One Familys Extraordinary Journey Around the World

2/23/2014
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Do you ever dream of leaving your job, packing your bags and saying goodbye to the rest of your life to travel the world? Larry Weinberg is an avid entrepreneur, but in 2010, Larry and his wife, Kim, a leadership coach and facilitator, realized their dream of traveling around the world with their children. Over a nine-month period, the Weinbergs visited 26 countries on five continents, an experience that brought the family closer together as they learned from other cultures, completed...

Duration: 00:58:05


Special Encore Presentation: Life Reimagined: Discovering New Possibilities

2/9/2014
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Baby Boomers aren’t interested in retiring from life just because they've ended a chapter of their careers. And why should they be? Today, people are living longer than ever before, and the post-career years now offer unprecedented opportunities for a deeply fulfilling life well beyond retirement. Join Host Kate Ebner for an eye-opening conversation with legendary coach and executive educator, Richard Leider, and co-founder of Fast Company, Alan Webber, who have literally written the book on...

Duration: 00:57:00


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