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The Proteus Leader Show

Erika Andersen

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The Proteus Leader Show
The Proteus Leader Show

The Proteus Leader Show

Erika Andersen

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Followers
15
Plays
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The Proteus Leader Show, hosted by nationally known business thinker and leadership coach Erika Andersen, offers quick, practical support for you as a manager and leader – insights and tools you can use to improve right now.

Latest Episodes

#39: The Power of Storytelling

Erika is joined today by Kat Kopett, an expert in the timeless art of storytelling and applied improvisation. Kat's book, "Training to Imagine" is considered a key work in the field and she often partners with us at Proteus to develop our approach to facilitation excellence. Their valuable insights reveal why storytelling is such an important aspect of leadership and how you can become a more compelling storyteller.

12 MINSEP 18
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#39: The Power of Storytelling

#38: Why Executive Coaching?

Executive coaching has become an increasingly popular developmental tool, and Erika’s colleague, Ken Kesslin, has been using the Proteus approach for over a decade to help clients become extraordinary leaders. Together, they explore what distinguishes this approach, and provide valuable insights for listeners who have or are considering working with an executive coach.

17 MINJUL 16
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#38: Why Executive Coaching?

#37: Being Brave at Work

Erika's guest today is Moe Carrick, best-selling author and founder of Moementum, Inc. Moe's new book, Bravespace Workplace: Making Your Company Fit for Human Life, comes out in May 2019, and today they're discussing the importance in business of being brave, and in building deep, authentic relationships.

14 MINMAY 16
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#37: Being Brave at Work

#36: Throwing Away the Leadership Rules

Best-selling author and CEO Kevin Kruse joins Erika to share useful and surprising leadership tips from his new book Great Leaders Have No Rules available in April.

16 MINMAR 14
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#36: Throwing Away the Leadership Rules

#35: Navigating Complicated Transitions

With change being more and more a part of everyone’s organizational life, Erika speaks to facilitator, consultant and executive coach, Dennis Stratton, to harvest key insights into what leaders need to focus on and in order to navigate the most difficult change situations successfully.

16 MINFEB 14
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#35: Navigating Complicated Transitions

#34: Women as Leaders

Erika has a candid talk with friend and Proteus Senior Consultant, Cindy Swensen, who works with a lot of senior women across a wide variety of organizations to distinguish the main impediments to women's professional success in business today and what organizations can do to become more supportive of women's success at every level.

15 MINJAN 15
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#34: Women as Leaders

#33: Getting to Greatness

Erika closes the year with executive coach, leadership expert and speaker Lolly Daskal focusing on how leaders can “access their greatness” by choosing the beliefs and behaviors that will take them where they want to go- the core of her book, The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness. They share actions leaders take right now to get clearer about their own gaps and begin to close them.

12 MIN2018 DEC 18
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#33: Getting to Greatness

#32: True Parternship

Joined by relationship expert, David Nour, Erika dives into his new book, Co-Create, that focuses on how work partners can operate in ways that bring a shared vision to life for everyone’s benefit. Their discussion imparts useful ways to create productive, trust-based relationships in the workplace today.

13 MIN2018 NOV 21
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#32: True Parternship

#31: Purposeful Culture

With guest Chris Edmonds, author/co-author of seven books and founder of The Purposeful Culture Group, Erika discusses workplace culture and its importance as Chris shares the tools he has used for decades to help industry-leading executives build value aligned cultures that are purposeful, positive and productive.

16 MIN2018 OCT 18
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#31: Purposeful Culture

#30: Imagining It Forward

Joined this month by longtime client and colleague Beth Comstock, Erika discusses practical takeaways from Beth’s new book, “Imagine It Forward”, helping people and organizations understand what’s next and navigate change.

15 MIN2018 SEP 12
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#30: Imagining It Forward

Latest Episodes

#39: The Power of Storytelling

Erika is joined today by Kat Kopett, an expert in the timeless art of storytelling and applied improvisation. Kat's book, "Training to Imagine" is considered a key work in the field and she often partners with us at Proteus to develop our approach to facilitation excellence. Their valuable insights reveal why storytelling is such an important aspect of leadership and how you can become a more compelling storyteller.

12 MINSEP 18
Comments
#39: The Power of Storytelling

#38: Why Executive Coaching?

Executive coaching has become an increasingly popular developmental tool, and Erika’s colleague, Ken Kesslin, has been using the Proteus approach for over a decade to help clients become extraordinary leaders. Together, they explore what distinguishes this approach, and provide valuable insights for listeners who have or are considering working with an executive coach.

17 MINJUL 16
Comments
#38: Why Executive Coaching?

#37: Being Brave at Work

Erika's guest today is Moe Carrick, best-selling author and founder of Moementum, Inc. Moe's new book, Bravespace Workplace: Making Your Company Fit for Human Life, comes out in May 2019, and today they're discussing the importance in business of being brave, and in building deep, authentic relationships.

14 MINMAY 16
Comments
#37: Being Brave at Work

#36: Throwing Away the Leadership Rules

Best-selling author and CEO Kevin Kruse joins Erika to share useful and surprising leadership tips from his new book Great Leaders Have No Rules available in April.

16 MINMAR 14
Comments
#36: Throwing Away the Leadership Rules

#35: Navigating Complicated Transitions

With change being more and more a part of everyone’s organizational life, Erika speaks to facilitator, consultant and executive coach, Dennis Stratton, to harvest key insights into what leaders need to focus on and in order to navigate the most difficult change situations successfully.

16 MINFEB 14
Comments
#35: Navigating Complicated Transitions

#34: Women as Leaders

Erika has a candid talk with friend and Proteus Senior Consultant, Cindy Swensen, who works with a lot of senior women across a wide variety of organizations to distinguish the main impediments to women's professional success in business today and what organizations can do to become more supportive of women's success at every level.

15 MINJAN 15
Comments
#34: Women as Leaders

#33: Getting to Greatness

Erika closes the year with executive coach, leadership expert and speaker Lolly Daskal focusing on how leaders can “access their greatness” by choosing the beliefs and behaviors that will take them where they want to go- the core of her book, The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness. They share actions leaders take right now to get clearer about their own gaps and begin to close them.

12 MIN2018 DEC 18
Comments
#33: Getting to Greatness

#32: True Parternship

Joined by relationship expert, David Nour, Erika dives into his new book, Co-Create, that focuses on how work partners can operate in ways that bring a shared vision to life for everyone’s benefit. Their discussion imparts useful ways to create productive, trust-based relationships in the workplace today.

13 MIN2018 NOV 21
Comments
#32: True Parternship

#31: Purposeful Culture

With guest Chris Edmonds, author/co-author of seven books and founder of The Purposeful Culture Group, Erika discusses workplace culture and its importance as Chris shares the tools he has used for decades to help industry-leading executives build value aligned cultures that are purposeful, positive and productive.

16 MIN2018 OCT 18
Comments
#31: Purposeful Culture

#30: Imagining It Forward

Joined this month by longtime client and colleague Beth Comstock, Erika discusses practical takeaways from Beth’s new book, “Imagine It Forward”, helping people and organizations understand what’s next and navigate change.

15 MIN2018 SEP 12
Comments
#30: Imagining It Forward
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