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Leadership Beyond Borders looks at the impact constant change is having on our organizations and how these changes affect the kind of leadership we need to drive long-term success in today’s global economy. We explore the opportunities and challenges diverse and virtual organizations bring and what kind of leadership skills and values are needed today to ensure employee engagement, retention and ultimately great company performance. We talk about everything from gender balance to generational and cultural business values that may impact your position or your organization. We provoke you, and help you think beyond borders! Our guests include international leadership experts from around the globe. If you are in a leadership position or aspire to be in one - regardless if your business is international or local - we will help you become aware of today’s leadership opportunities and challenges and we will make sure you take away something useful for yourself and your business.

Latest Episodes

Curiosity, The Essential Leadership Trait

Long ago when I thought about curiosity the first thing that jumped to my mind was the quote "Curiosity killed the cat, but satisfaction brought it back', a saying we often heard as children. But today when I think of curiosity, I know that it is constantly cited as a trait that most successful leaders demonstrate. In May 2018, Success Magazine, noted curiosity as one of the top 7 leadership traits leaders can have, stating that “Great leaders are intensely curious about ideas that come from fields like art, literature, philosophy and more” Management guru Peter Drucker said knowing the right questions to ask is at the core strategic thinking and today many leaders have adopted Drucker’s “be (intelligently) curious” philosophy, in their leadership style. Our guest in this episode is an expert on the trait of curiosity and talks with us about the relationship between curiosity and successful leadership.

60 MIN2 d ago
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Curiosity, The Essential Leadership Trait

The Power of the Written Word

When words are well-written in well-written communication they can help define goals, identify problems, promote understanding that can help people arrive at solutions. But we very often do not think about the impact of written communication. It is one of the most effective forms of communication one can use because if you write it correctly it can be understood by all. Written communication can very often be thought of as less personal as compared to oral communication that is why many people don’t use it for sending emotional messages. But what all sides cannot deny is that the words you write or speak to others can leave a huge impact and create a lasting memory--either good or bad—and it is important to choose them wisely regardless if it is in business or private life. This episode looks at the power of the written word and examines how we can better communicate with each other in any situation.

60 MIN1 w ago
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The Power of the Written Word

The Social Impact of Innovation and Technology

As part of the Women in Tech Series, in this episode, we explore the impact innovation and technology is having on our businesses, our personal lives, and society in general. Today we are overwhelmed by data and new technologies, and we pose the question: Are emerging technologies positively or negatively disrupting the existing order of things? Our personal and business lives are touched by technologies such as voice-detection, suggestive searches, facial recognition and more, but where is this all going? We know autonomous cars are here, but what is next? And is all this disruptive or advancement? In this episode we talk to an expert in the area of technology and innovation and its social impact. We discuss data and the vast amounts of it we are confronted with everyday. We explore new technologies and the impact they will have on our lives, and we do this all with one of the leading Women in Tech.

60 MIN2 w ago
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The Social Impact of Innovation and Technology

What Athletes Can Teach Business Executives

People very often compare success in sports to success in business and management. This is because we can learn a lot from how athletes train and focus. When you look at high performers across all fields, whether it is a CEO or a Super Bowl quarterback these people do tend to have some common professional characteristics, personality traits, habits, lifestyles, and verbiage. But what we do not see is the mental and physical struggle that goes on and teaches high performers the disciplines that make them succeed. This is the work that goes on behind the scenes and is often a little more transparent in high performing athletes when they’re tired, injured, underperform and then recover, improve, and win. Because it is more transparent in sports, than in the Board room, you can really see the traits that make successful athletes perform and learn from them. This episode looks at what managers can learn from sports in an interview with a top athlete

53 MIN3 w ago
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What Athletes Can Teach Business Executives

The Neuroscience of Leadership

It used to be the only way to recognize a good leader was through their executive abilities or management qualities. When developing leaders, if something was lacking, then we would send that leader into leadership training. Today neuroscience has entered the world of leadership training. Today we are looking at the brain and its relation to leadership behaviors. The brain is very much a social organ and the impact of different types of tasks on the brain can result in different behaviors that may impact productivity, thoughts and emotions. As leadership styles change from the old fashion command and control leadership model, with its focus on process, targets and top-down directives, the brain is becoming more important because of its emphasis on interconnectivity and sustainability. In this episode, we to talk to a brain researcher and scientist who is an expert on learning and development. We talk about how we can improve our brains and be better leaders.

60 MINOCT 15
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The Neuroscience of Leadership

Turning the Table- An Interview with Kimberli J. Lewis

In this episode, we have turned the table on Kimberli J. Lewis as she is interviewed by professional writer and editor, Thornton Sully, Editor-in-Chief at A Word with You Press. Thorn talks to Kimberli about her thoughts on diversity, gender roles, life’s importance and many other subjects that are both about business and some that are very personal in nature. It is a fun episode that helps you get to know the host of Leadership Beyond Borders, at a very different level while making the listener reflect on their own thoughts and opinions.

60 MINOCT 8
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Turning the Table- An Interview with Kimberli J. Lewis

Encore: Move over Millennials,Generation Z is here

Today is the first time we are working with four generations in the same workforce and by 2020 we will have five. We as leaders must address generational differences and most recently the hot topic was “how to manage millennials in the workforce”, but this topic is now obsolete. As the next generation begins to enter the workforce, everything will change. From a traditional view the new Generation Z was born between the mid-1990s to early 2000s. They are now entering the workforce, but their behaviors are stemming from forces that influence all of us, not just their age group. These forces are breaking down the traditional generational barriers propelling all of us into Generation Z. Generation Z is no longer about age, it is about behaviors. As leaders we have to understand the forces that are changing this traditional generational view, and if we want to keep pace with business and competition we need to become part of Generation Z. This episode looks at the Gen Z effect

60 MINSEP 30
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Encore: Move over Millennials,Generation Z is here

The Trends That Are Shaping The Future of Advertising And Media

The advertising and media industries have always fascinated us. As far back as 1961, Rock Hudson, Doris Day and Tony Randall teamed up in a comedy called Lover Come Back. It was about a cocky advertising exec who inadvertently pitches a campaign for a product that doesn’t exist. This movie gave us some surprising insights into the creativity that goes into advertising campaigns, and the behaviors they drive. But the advertising and media industry has changed since 1961, and so have the consumers. The one thing that does remain is that creativity is still at the heart and soul of these industries. But how important is creativity today with the overload of stimulus we receive as consumers? Does it take the unusual or the personal aspect that gets our attention? At the same time, changes in technology have these industries heading in new directions that are hard to keep up with. In this episode, we talk to an expert who understands the dynamics behind advertising and media.

51 MINSEP 24
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The Trends That Are Shaping The Future of Advertising And Media

Helping SMBs be found by improving their proper SEO

Technology start-ups are like mushrooms in the forest, and unfortunately, 90 percentage of them fail but from the ones that succeed we can learn valuable business lessons. And the lessons that can be learned are not only for other technology companies but also for small and medium businesses. There are 125 million formal micro, small and midsize businesses in the world, including 89 million in emerging markets and they are just as important to the economy as technology start-ups. When you take a successful technology start-up that actually helps businesses succeed you have a win-win combination. This episode talks with a technology start-up that has been successful by finding the right products and the most exciting aspect of this company is their products help SME/SMB s succeed by helping them be found by their customers.

60 MINSEP 17
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Helping SMBs be found by improving their proper SEO

Enhancing Performance Through Coaching

Gone are the days when executives are just executives and managers are only managers. Leaders are encouraged, even expected, to develop themselves and to more effectively manage their teams and companies. Workers today put in 50 or more hours per week in their job. Managers and executives tend to make about 400 million business trips in a year resulting in the fact that our lives are consumed by our jobs. In todays fiercely competitive business world we are working longer hours, more than many years ago and we are expected to do more with ever fewer support networks. On top of all this, we encounter endless business issues… making it difficult to keep the focus on the strategic direction of the organization, the management of every individual employee and our own careers. Sometimes we just need support. Coaches today are no longer performance correctors, but performance enhancers. In this episode, we talk about why coaching is essential and what it can do for you and your career.

53 MINSEP 10
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Enhancing Performance Through Coaching

Latest Episodes

Curiosity, The Essential Leadership Trait

Long ago when I thought about curiosity the first thing that jumped to my mind was the quote "Curiosity killed the cat, but satisfaction brought it back', a saying we often heard as children. But today when I think of curiosity, I know that it is constantly cited as a trait that most successful leaders demonstrate. In May 2018, Success Magazine, noted curiosity as one of the top 7 leadership traits leaders can have, stating that “Great leaders are intensely curious about ideas that come from fields like art, literature, philosophy and more” Management guru Peter Drucker said knowing the right questions to ask is at the core strategic thinking and today many leaders have adopted Drucker’s “be (intelligently) curious” philosophy, in their leadership style. Our guest in this episode is an expert on the trait of curiosity and talks with us about the relationship between curiosity and successful leadership.

60 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Curiosity, The Essential Leadership Trait

The Power of the Written Word

When words are well-written in well-written communication they can help define goals, identify problems, promote understanding that can help people arrive at solutions. But we very often do not think about the impact of written communication. It is one of the most effective forms of communication one can use because if you write it correctly it can be understood by all. Written communication can very often be thought of as less personal as compared to oral communication that is why many people don’t use it for sending emotional messages. But what all sides cannot deny is that the words you write or speak to others can leave a huge impact and create a lasting memory--either good or bad—and it is important to choose them wisely regardless if it is in business or private life. This episode looks at the power of the written word and examines how we can better communicate with each other in any situation.

60 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Power of the Written Word

The Social Impact of Innovation and Technology

As part of the Women in Tech Series, in this episode, we explore the impact innovation and technology is having on our businesses, our personal lives, and society in general. Today we are overwhelmed by data and new technologies, and we pose the question: Are emerging technologies positively or negatively disrupting the existing order of things? Our personal and business lives are touched by technologies such as voice-detection, suggestive searches, facial recognition and more, but where is this all going? We know autonomous cars are here, but what is next? And is all this disruptive or advancement? In this episode we talk to an expert in the area of technology and innovation and its social impact. We discuss data and the vast amounts of it we are confronted with everyday. We explore new technologies and the impact they will have on our lives, and we do this all with one of the leading Women in Tech.

60 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Social Impact of Innovation and Technology

What Athletes Can Teach Business Executives

People very often compare success in sports to success in business and management. This is because we can learn a lot from how athletes train and focus. When you look at high performers across all fields, whether it is a CEO or a Super Bowl quarterback these people do tend to have some common professional characteristics, personality traits, habits, lifestyles, and verbiage. But what we do not see is the mental and physical struggle that goes on and teaches high performers the disciplines that make them succeed. This is the work that goes on behind the scenes and is often a little more transparent in high performing athletes when they’re tired, injured, underperform and then recover, improve, and win. Because it is more transparent in sports, than in the Board room, you can really see the traits that make successful athletes perform and learn from them. This episode looks at what managers can learn from sports in an interview with a top athlete

53 MIN3 w ago
Comments
What Athletes Can Teach Business Executives

The Neuroscience of Leadership

It used to be the only way to recognize a good leader was through their executive abilities or management qualities. When developing leaders, if something was lacking, then we would send that leader into leadership training. Today neuroscience has entered the world of leadership training. Today we are looking at the brain and its relation to leadership behaviors. The brain is very much a social organ and the impact of different types of tasks on the brain can result in different behaviors that may impact productivity, thoughts and emotions. As leadership styles change from the old fashion command and control leadership model, with its focus on process, targets and top-down directives, the brain is becoming more important because of its emphasis on interconnectivity and sustainability. In this episode, we to talk to a brain researcher and scientist who is an expert on learning and development. We talk about how we can improve our brains and be better leaders.

60 MINOCT 15
Comments
The Neuroscience of Leadership

Turning the Table- An Interview with Kimberli J. Lewis

In this episode, we have turned the table on Kimberli J. Lewis as she is interviewed by professional writer and editor, Thornton Sully, Editor-in-Chief at A Word with You Press. Thorn talks to Kimberli about her thoughts on diversity, gender roles, life’s importance and many other subjects that are both about business and some that are very personal in nature. It is a fun episode that helps you get to know the host of Leadership Beyond Borders, at a very different level while making the listener reflect on their own thoughts and opinions.

60 MINOCT 8
Comments
Turning the Table- An Interview with Kimberli J. Lewis

Encore: Move over Millennials,Generation Z is here

Today is the first time we are working with four generations in the same workforce and by 2020 we will have five. We as leaders must address generational differences and most recently the hot topic was “how to manage millennials in the workforce”, but this topic is now obsolete. As the next generation begins to enter the workforce, everything will change. From a traditional view the new Generation Z was born between the mid-1990s to early 2000s. They are now entering the workforce, but their behaviors are stemming from forces that influence all of us, not just their age group. These forces are breaking down the traditional generational barriers propelling all of us into Generation Z. Generation Z is no longer about age, it is about behaviors. As leaders we have to understand the forces that are changing this traditional generational view, and if we want to keep pace with business and competition we need to become part of Generation Z. This episode looks at the Gen Z effect

60 MINSEP 30
Comments
Encore: Move over Millennials,Generation Z is here

The Trends That Are Shaping The Future of Advertising And Media

The advertising and media industries have always fascinated us. As far back as 1961, Rock Hudson, Doris Day and Tony Randall teamed up in a comedy called Lover Come Back. It was about a cocky advertising exec who inadvertently pitches a campaign for a product that doesn’t exist. This movie gave us some surprising insights into the creativity that goes into advertising campaigns, and the behaviors they drive. But the advertising and media industry has changed since 1961, and so have the consumers. The one thing that does remain is that creativity is still at the heart and soul of these industries. But how important is creativity today with the overload of stimulus we receive as consumers? Does it take the unusual or the personal aspect that gets our attention? At the same time, changes in technology have these industries heading in new directions that are hard to keep up with. In this episode, we talk to an expert who understands the dynamics behind advertising and media.

51 MINSEP 24
Comments
The Trends That Are Shaping The Future of Advertising And Media

Helping SMBs be found by improving their proper SEO

Technology start-ups are like mushrooms in the forest, and unfortunately, 90 percentage of them fail but from the ones that succeed we can learn valuable business lessons. And the lessons that can be learned are not only for other technology companies but also for small and medium businesses. There are 125 million formal micro, small and midsize businesses in the world, including 89 million in emerging markets and they are just as important to the economy as technology start-ups. When you take a successful technology start-up that actually helps businesses succeed you have a win-win combination. This episode talks with a technology start-up that has been successful by finding the right products and the most exciting aspect of this company is their products help SME/SMB s succeed by helping them be found by their customers.

60 MINSEP 17
Comments
Helping SMBs be found by improving their proper SEO

Enhancing Performance Through Coaching

Gone are the days when executives are just executives and managers are only managers. Leaders are encouraged, even expected, to develop themselves and to more effectively manage their teams and companies. Workers today put in 50 or more hours per week in their job. Managers and executives tend to make about 400 million business trips in a year resulting in the fact that our lives are consumed by our jobs. In todays fiercely competitive business world we are working longer hours, more than many years ago and we are expected to do more with ever fewer support networks. On top of all this, we encounter endless business issues… making it difficult to keep the focus on the strategic direction of the organization, the management of every individual employee and our own careers. Sometimes we just need support. Coaches today are no longer performance correctors, but performance enhancers. In this episode, we talk about why coaching is essential and what it can do for you and your career.

53 MINSEP 10
Comments
Enhancing Performance Through Coaching
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