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The Leadercast Podcast

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The Leadercast Podcast
The Leadercast Podcast

The Leadercast Podcast

Leadercast

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The Leadercast Podcast is dedicated to helping people become leaders worth following. Whether you’re at the beginning of your leadership journey or you’ve been leading for decades, this podcast will help you take your leadership to the next level.Each episode features topics like: management, company culture, servant leadership, communication techniques, time management, personal development, goal setting, recruiting great talent, innovation, vision casting and more.

Latest Episodes

33. Being Authentically You w/ Luvvie Ajayi

Courage, authenticity, vulnerability, and... introversion? This combination of traits does make a great leader, even though it’s probably not the first association most of us have with leadership. We talked to Luvvie Ajayi--writer, speaker, self-described “professional troublemaker”, and upcoming speaker at Leadercast Women, about how she stays authentic while keeping aligned with her social media persona. What we talked about: What it means to be courageous Why you can’t control people’s opinion of her Being an introverted leader The need for more people to be vulnerable publicly Check out the full podcast with Luvvie Ajayi by clicking here. If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

27 MIN1 weeks ago
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33. Being Authentically You w/ Luvvie Ajayi

32. What Makes a Good Decision-Maker w/ Greg Bustin

Whether you're a seasoned leader or you're aspiring leader, you're in the business of making decisions. Wouldn’t you love a guidebook for decision-making? I was excited to bring onto the Leadercast podcast an insightful leadership coach and author, Greg Bustin. (He wrote our book of the month for July, How Leaders Decide!) Greg’s book is 52 vignettes intended to be read weekly, which feature decisions made by leaders during some of the biggest moments in history, from Julius Caesar to George Washington. We talked about leadership, decision-making, evaluating decisions, and how accountability is essential to leadership success.

43 MIN3 weeks ago
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32. What Makes a Good Decision-Maker w/ Greg Bustin

31. Embracing Your Wow w/ Kate Delaney

If you’d interviewed over 16,000 people, you’d learn something, too. Leadership lessons from world-renowned athletes, like what it really means to be tenacious. And how to leverage mentors and not rest on your laurels. We got to interview a professional interviewer, Kate Delaney, sports radio broadcaster, speaker, and author of most recently Deal Your Own Destiny. She shared with us the challenges she overcame in sports radio and how to find (and embrace) your wow. “It took 500 rejections for me to get my first show as a sports talk show host,” Kate said.

37 MINAUG 13
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31. Embracing Your Wow w/ Kate Delaney

30. Naphtali Hoff on Being the New Leader

Being a captain in the United States Army Reserve prepares you more than you might think to become Miss USA. Whether you’re an experienced leader in a new leadership role or brand new to leading others, you may be feeling a little uncertain. The wrong way to go into a new leadership role is not to listen at all and change everything all of a sudden. The right way...? It’s nuanced, but you can do it. That’s why we sat down with Naphtali Hoff about his transition from education leadership to leadership coaching--to hear the lessons from his book, Becoming the New Boss, that he wishes he had when he was a new leader. “The challenges to a large degree are universal,” Naphtali said. “The idea of understanding what you're getting into and building relationships is frankly what leadership is all about.”

45 MINJUL 29
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30. Naphtali Hoff on Being the New Leader

29. Deshauna Barber on Leadership Lessons From the Miss USA Stage

Being a captain in the United States Army Reserve prepares you more than you might think to become Miss USA. Both require conquering your fears, and both teach leadership lessons. Today we’re joined by Deshauna Barber, the first Miss USA currently to serve in the United States military, who will give us a preview of some of her wisdom for the Leadercast Women event on October 18th in Atlanta. “It was two sides of Deshauna. You have Captain Deshauna Barber, and then you have Miss USA Deshauna Barber. So it's good to show that women are diverse, and we have so many elements to us,” Deshauna said.

30 MINJUL 9
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29. Deshauna Barber on Leadership Lessons From the Miss USA Stage

28: Nancy Lieberman on Leading Without Fear

Two things can happen when you play basketball. You can win, or you can lose. Nancy Lieberman, one of the biggest names in U.S. basketball and the first female head coach in a men’s professional league, has gained insight on fearless leadership from her decades of playing and coaching basketball. “I'm a basketball player,” Nancy said. “I'm wired to win, and I'm wired to compete.” Nancy has essential tips for leaders about how to handle fear, how to trust your team, and how to balance work and life.

48 MINJUN 24
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28: Nancy Lieberman on Leading Without Fear

27. David Nico on Supporting Wellness for Your Employees

In the U.S., about 70% of people are overweight, and about 40% are obese. Over the last 30 years, there’s been a threefold increase in overweight children. This isn’t healthy for us, our families, or our teams. In this episode of the Leadercast podcast, David Nico, a peak performance strategist, keynote speaker, certified coach, and author of Diet Diagnosis, will explain how health optimization can positively influence work culture. “A poor diet, the drug culture--I want to emphasize--this is not normal,” David said.

39 MINJUN 10
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27. David Nico on Supporting Wellness for Your Employees

26: Susan Packard on Growing Your Brand

Leaders don’t live on islands. They grow best in communities of leaders who invest in them. Susan Packard, the cofounder of Scripps Network Interactive (and speaker at our upcoming Leadercast Women event in October), attributes her success to examples she could follow, tools she could use, and people she could inspire. She isn’t an interior designer or a gardener, but was instrumental in establishing HGTV. She isn’t a financial guru, but was the backbone of the growth of CNBC. For Susan, it wasn’t about what organization she was leading, but the people she could lead. “You get a team of people together that can help you to make something successful,” she said.

35 MINMAY 27
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26: Susan Packard on Growing Your Brand

25. Andy Stanley on Moving Your Organization Forward

Andy Stanley is the Founder of North Point Ministries, which has grown from one church in 1995 to seven now in the Atlanta area, plus a network of more than 90 churches around the globe. The natural next question is, How in the world did it happen? In this episode, Andy shares the leadership principles that have guided North Point’s growth, including his thoughts on how to hire well, creating a brand that people want to be aligned with, and how to establish flourishing teams.

26 MINMAY 6
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25. Andy Stanley on Moving Your Organization Forward

24. Brandon Smith on How Dysfunction Manifests on a Team

Dysfunction has the power to derail leaders, their teams, and their organizations. But leaders have the power to derail dysfunction. Brandon Smith, the Workplace Therapist, who has spent nearly 20 years committed to improving the health and functioning of the workplace, coaches executives and organizations on how to overcome some of the biggest challenges facing the workplace. Brandon is here with us on the Leadercast Podcast to talk about how inconsistent leadership is the most dysfunctional leadership style--and how leaders can combat it.

27 MINAPR 22
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24. Brandon Smith on How Dysfunction Manifests on a Team

Latest Episodes

33. Being Authentically You w/ Luvvie Ajayi

Courage, authenticity, vulnerability, and... introversion? This combination of traits does make a great leader, even though it’s probably not the first association most of us have with leadership. We talked to Luvvie Ajayi--writer, speaker, self-described “professional troublemaker”, and upcoming speaker at Leadercast Women, about how she stays authentic while keeping aligned with her social media persona. What we talked about: What it means to be courageous Why you can’t control people’s opinion of her Being an introverted leader The need for more people to be vulnerable publicly Check out the full podcast with Luvvie Ajayi by clicking here. If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

27 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
33. Being Authentically You w/ Luvvie Ajayi

32. What Makes a Good Decision-Maker w/ Greg Bustin

Whether you're a seasoned leader or you're aspiring leader, you're in the business of making decisions. Wouldn’t you love a guidebook for decision-making? I was excited to bring onto the Leadercast podcast an insightful leadership coach and author, Greg Bustin. (He wrote our book of the month for July, How Leaders Decide!) Greg’s book is 52 vignettes intended to be read weekly, which feature decisions made by leaders during some of the biggest moments in history, from Julius Caesar to George Washington. We talked about leadership, decision-making, evaluating decisions, and how accountability is essential to leadership success.

43 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
32. What Makes a Good Decision-Maker w/ Greg Bustin

31. Embracing Your Wow w/ Kate Delaney

If you’d interviewed over 16,000 people, you’d learn something, too. Leadership lessons from world-renowned athletes, like what it really means to be tenacious. And how to leverage mentors and not rest on your laurels. We got to interview a professional interviewer, Kate Delaney, sports radio broadcaster, speaker, and author of most recently Deal Your Own Destiny. She shared with us the challenges she overcame in sports radio and how to find (and embrace) your wow. “It took 500 rejections for me to get my first show as a sports talk show host,” Kate said.

37 MINAUG 13
Comments
31. Embracing Your Wow w/ Kate Delaney

30. Naphtali Hoff on Being the New Leader

Being a captain in the United States Army Reserve prepares you more than you might think to become Miss USA. Whether you’re an experienced leader in a new leadership role or brand new to leading others, you may be feeling a little uncertain. The wrong way to go into a new leadership role is not to listen at all and change everything all of a sudden. The right way...? It’s nuanced, but you can do it. That’s why we sat down with Naphtali Hoff about his transition from education leadership to leadership coaching--to hear the lessons from his book, Becoming the New Boss, that he wishes he had when he was a new leader. “The challenges to a large degree are universal,” Naphtali said. “The idea of understanding what you're getting into and building relationships is frankly what leadership is all about.”

45 MINJUL 29
Comments
30. Naphtali Hoff on Being the New Leader

29. Deshauna Barber on Leadership Lessons From the Miss USA Stage

Being a captain in the United States Army Reserve prepares you more than you might think to become Miss USA. Both require conquering your fears, and both teach leadership lessons. Today we’re joined by Deshauna Barber, the first Miss USA currently to serve in the United States military, who will give us a preview of some of her wisdom for the Leadercast Women event on October 18th in Atlanta. “It was two sides of Deshauna. You have Captain Deshauna Barber, and then you have Miss USA Deshauna Barber. So it's good to show that women are diverse, and we have so many elements to us,” Deshauna said.

30 MINJUL 9
Comments
29. Deshauna Barber on Leadership Lessons From the Miss USA Stage

28: Nancy Lieberman on Leading Without Fear

Two things can happen when you play basketball. You can win, or you can lose. Nancy Lieberman, one of the biggest names in U.S. basketball and the first female head coach in a men’s professional league, has gained insight on fearless leadership from her decades of playing and coaching basketball. “I'm a basketball player,” Nancy said. “I'm wired to win, and I'm wired to compete.” Nancy has essential tips for leaders about how to handle fear, how to trust your team, and how to balance work and life.

48 MINJUN 24
Comments
28: Nancy Lieberman on Leading Without Fear

27. David Nico on Supporting Wellness for Your Employees

In the U.S., about 70% of people are overweight, and about 40% are obese. Over the last 30 years, there’s been a threefold increase in overweight children. This isn’t healthy for us, our families, or our teams. In this episode of the Leadercast podcast, David Nico, a peak performance strategist, keynote speaker, certified coach, and author of Diet Diagnosis, will explain how health optimization can positively influence work culture. “A poor diet, the drug culture--I want to emphasize--this is not normal,” David said.

39 MINJUN 10
Comments
27. David Nico on Supporting Wellness for Your Employees

26: Susan Packard on Growing Your Brand

Leaders don’t live on islands. They grow best in communities of leaders who invest in them. Susan Packard, the cofounder of Scripps Network Interactive (and speaker at our upcoming Leadercast Women event in October), attributes her success to examples she could follow, tools she could use, and people she could inspire. She isn’t an interior designer or a gardener, but was instrumental in establishing HGTV. She isn’t a financial guru, but was the backbone of the growth of CNBC. For Susan, it wasn’t about what organization she was leading, but the people she could lead. “You get a team of people together that can help you to make something successful,” she said.

35 MINMAY 27
Comments
26: Susan Packard on Growing Your Brand

25. Andy Stanley on Moving Your Organization Forward

Andy Stanley is the Founder of North Point Ministries, which has grown from one church in 1995 to seven now in the Atlanta area, plus a network of more than 90 churches around the globe. The natural next question is, How in the world did it happen? In this episode, Andy shares the leadership principles that have guided North Point’s growth, including his thoughts on how to hire well, creating a brand that people want to be aligned with, and how to establish flourishing teams.

26 MINMAY 6
Comments
25. Andy Stanley on Moving Your Organization Forward

24. Brandon Smith on How Dysfunction Manifests on a Team

Dysfunction has the power to derail leaders, their teams, and their organizations. But leaders have the power to derail dysfunction. Brandon Smith, the Workplace Therapist, who has spent nearly 20 years committed to improving the health and functioning of the workplace, coaches executives and organizations on how to overcome some of the biggest challenges facing the workplace. Brandon is here with us on the Leadercast Podcast to talk about how inconsistent leadership is the most dysfunctional leadership style--and how leaders can combat it.

27 MINAPR 22
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24. Brandon Smith on How Dysfunction Manifests on a Team