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Walking the Walk

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Walking the Walk
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The program for people who want to become better leaders…and leaders who want to become better people.Interviews, conversations and profiles of today's leaders from all levels and all areas of life, business, community service and politics. Meaningful discussions about today's leadership challenges and opportunities. Hosted by Jim Bouchard––leadership expert, speaker and author of THE SENSEI LEADER.For more information or to suggest a guest, visit WalkingtheWalkPodcast.com.To book Jim for your next conference or event, visit ThatBlackBeltGuy.com

Latest Episodes

045 David Lee – Psychologically Safe Cultures Need Courageous Leaders

Oh no! Are we talking about "safe spaces" and coddling? Not at all! Listen…It takes genuine courage to expose your ideas to public scrutiny and criticism. And if you want to survive and thrive in today’s business environment, new ideas are no luxury––you need people willing to be creative and innovative––at all levels!How can leaders today create an environment that encourages new ideas? How do you deal with criticism and even ridicule when new ideas are introduced?That’s just part of what we talk about with David Lee––founder of Human Nature at Work.Learn more about David at HumanNatureatWork.com

36 MINAUG 15
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045 David Lee – Psychologically Safe Cultures Need Courageous Leaders

044 - Dr. Simon Samaha - The Healthcare Perspective in Leadership

It’s not easy finding the right people to lead your organization. It requires matching not only skills, but personality and leadership styles. In most cases it means finding people who appreciate and support your culture.So how do you do it? We’ll talk about this and I’m sure much more today with Dr. Simon Samaha, co-founder of Kentan Staffing Solutions.I met Simon when we presented at the same healthcare conference in San Diego, California. He covered a range of subjects I thought you’d find interesting. Even more, after just a short talk I knew he was someone that really embodied the principles of THE SENSEI LEADER MOVEMENT. Simon’s specialty is in consulting and staffing for the healthcare industry. No matter what field you work in, I’m sure you’re going to find his insights valuable!Learn more about Simon at LinkedIn: bit.ly/SimonSamahaLIand at KentanStaffing.com

39 MINJUL 29
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044 - Dr. Simon Samaha - The Healthcare Perspective in Leadership

043 - Ian Smith - The Acquirer's Playbook

Is there any humanity in the seemingly cut-throat world of acquisitions? Yes!If you're talking to Ian Smith. Ian talks about what it takes to make a successful acquisition and what leadership qualities make a company worth the investment. Learn more about Ian at PortfolioPartnership.com

35 MINAPR 12
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043 - Ian Smith - The Acquirer's Playbook

042 Joe Calloway - The Leadership Mindset

Joe Calloway’s resume is way too long to go into here. He’s traveled the world developing leaders from collegiate entrepreneurs to the C-suites of Fortune 500 companies. He’s the author of several highly influential books including his latest, The Leadership Mindset…And that’s what we’re talking about in this episode of Walking the Walk…Learn more about Joe and get his books and programs at…JoeCalloway.com

33 MINMAR 7
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042 Joe Calloway - The Leadership Mindset

041 Kizzy Ferrer - Empowering Women in Construction

Kizzy Ferrer is young, dynamic and is really making an impact in her organization, her community and her industry. Among other things she’s the chair of the Greater Orlando Chapter of NAWIC, the National Association of Women in Construction…You’d be hard pressed to meet a more caring and compassionate leader––someone who truly cares about the people she serves, is dedicated to guiding others to success––a true SENSEI LEADER!Learn more about NAWIC and Kizzy at NawicOrlando.org

34 MINFEB 21
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041 Kizzy Ferrer - Empowering Women in Construction

040 Derrick Hayes-Words Of Encouragement

Most people say recognition is important to them––but our own SL 15 survey indicates that lots of leaders are still a bit miserly when it comes to giving it. Let’s see if we can improve our recognition factor with Derrick Hayes on this episode of Walking the Walk…Derrick Hayes is billed as America’s #1 Encouragement Speaker. I can tell you from experience––spend a little time with Derrick and you feel encouraged!I met him when I was doing my first podcast and Derrick came on to share some of his WOES––No he wasn’t whining and crying––WOE is an acronym for Words of Encouragement. Derrick knows how to encourage––and in this episode he’s going to help us encourage others…Learn more about Derrick at DerrickHayes.com

32 MINFEB 18
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040 Derrick Hayes-Words Of Encouragement

039 Jeff Dalton––Great Big Agile!

If you're not "Agile" yet––you need to be. The world is changing fast and you have to adapt faster. Jeff Dalton is a genuine leader in the tech sector and a champion of the Agile management philosophy. He joins us on this episode to talk about his new book: Great Big Agile: An OS for Agile LeadersLearm more about Jeff and Great Big Agile…BroadswordSolutions.com

34 MINFEB 5
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039 Jeff Dalton––Great Big Agile!

038 Troy Campbell––Leading beyond the Self…

One of the things I love most about sharing this program with you is that I am constantly suprised. I had some specific questions planned for Troy Campbell, but he took our conversation to a higher plane.Troy Campbell is the CEO of Altoona First Savings Bank and Chair of the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers.My original plan was to focus on the challenges facing community bankers today including regulation, technology and keeping people engaged with a sense of purpose in what can be a highly transactional job.We did talk about these things, but as I said, Troy took it much further…In this episode Troy shares his insights on leading with purpose and the importance of leading to make a genuine impact on the lives of the people he serves––for the long term.You can learn more about Troy and his organizations here:https://www.altoonabank.comhttp://www.pacb.orgLearn more and join THE SENSEI LEADER MOVEMENT at TheSenseiLeader.comFREE ebook edition of THE SENSEI LEADER when y...

38 MINFEB 2
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038 Troy Campbell––Leading beyond the Self…

037 Jim Tunney-Do The Right Thing––Always!

Do the right thing. Should you? Always?That’s what we’re talking about on this episode with Dr. Jim Tunney.Jim Tunney is one of America’s most recognized speakers. He covers a wide range of topics from customer service to team building and leadership. A doctor of education, Jim served as a school principal and superintendent––But you might know him as the “Dean” of National Football League officials. Jim wore the stripes for 30 years and did more post-season games and Super Bowls than any other ref in NFL history.Learn more about Dr. Jim Tunney and his work at: JimTunney.com

32 MIN2018 DEC 11
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037 Jim Tunney-Do The Right Thing––Always!

036 Dr. Diane Hamilton - Cracking the Curiosity Code

Curiosity. When we talk about “Beginner’s Mind” as a key to effective leadership––it means approaching each new day with a sense of wonder and curiosity––that’s how we maintain an attitude of learning and growth.And you want everyone on your team to be full of wonder and curiosity, right?That’s what we’re talking about in this episode with our guest, Dr. Diane Hamilton…Learn more about Dr. Hamilton and The Curiosity Code at DrDianeHamilton.com and CuriosityCode.com

29 MIN2018 NOV 16
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036 Dr. Diane Hamilton - Cracking the Curiosity Code

Latest Episodes

045 David Lee – Psychologically Safe Cultures Need Courageous Leaders

Oh no! Are we talking about "safe spaces" and coddling? Not at all! Listen…It takes genuine courage to expose your ideas to public scrutiny and criticism. And if you want to survive and thrive in today’s business environment, new ideas are no luxury––you need people willing to be creative and innovative––at all levels!How can leaders today create an environment that encourages new ideas? How do you deal with criticism and even ridicule when new ideas are introduced?That’s just part of what we talk about with David Lee––founder of Human Nature at Work.Learn more about David at HumanNatureatWork.com

36 MINAUG 15
Comments
045 David Lee – Psychologically Safe Cultures Need Courageous Leaders

044 - Dr. Simon Samaha - The Healthcare Perspective in Leadership

It’s not easy finding the right people to lead your organization. It requires matching not only skills, but personality and leadership styles. In most cases it means finding people who appreciate and support your culture.So how do you do it? We’ll talk about this and I’m sure much more today with Dr. Simon Samaha, co-founder of Kentan Staffing Solutions.I met Simon when we presented at the same healthcare conference in San Diego, California. He covered a range of subjects I thought you’d find interesting. Even more, after just a short talk I knew he was someone that really embodied the principles of THE SENSEI LEADER MOVEMENT. Simon’s specialty is in consulting and staffing for the healthcare industry. No matter what field you work in, I’m sure you’re going to find his insights valuable!Learn more about Simon at LinkedIn: bit.ly/SimonSamahaLIand at KentanStaffing.com

39 MINJUL 29
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044 - Dr. Simon Samaha - The Healthcare Perspective in Leadership

043 - Ian Smith - The Acquirer's Playbook

Is there any humanity in the seemingly cut-throat world of acquisitions? Yes!If you're talking to Ian Smith. Ian talks about what it takes to make a successful acquisition and what leadership qualities make a company worth the investment. Learn more about Ian at PortfolioPartnership.com

35 MINAPR 12
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043 - Ian Smith - The Acquirer's Playbook

042 Joe Calloway - The Leadership Mindset

Joe Calloway’s resume is way too long to go into here. He’s traveled the world developing leaders from collegiate entrepreneurs to the C-suites of Fortune 500 companies. He’s the author of several highly influential books including his latest, The Leadership Mindset…And that’s what we’re talking about in this episode of Walking the Walk…Learn more about Joe and get his books and programs at…JoeCalloway.com

33 MINMAR 7
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042 Joe Calloway - The Leadership Mindset

041 Kizzy Ferrer - Empowering Women in Construction

Kizzy Ferrer is young, dynamic and is really making an impact in her organization, her community and her industry. Among other things she’s the chair of the Greater Orlando Chapter of NAWIC, the National Association of Women in Construction…You’d be hard pressed to meet a more caring and compassionate leader––someone who truly cares about the people she serves, is dedicated to guiding others to success––a true SENSEI LEADER!Learn more about NAWIC and Kizzy at NawicOrlando.org

34 MINFEB 21
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041 Kizzy Ferrer - Empowering Women in Construction

040 Derrick Hayes-Words Of Encouragement

Most people say recognition is important to them––but our own SL 15 survey indicates that lots of leaders are still a bit miserly when it comes to giving it. Let’s see if we can improve our recognition factor with Derrick Hayes on this episode of Walking the Walk…Derrick Hayes is billed as America’s #1 Encouragement Speaker. I can tell you from experience––spend a little time with Derrick and you feel encouraged!I met him when I was doing my first podcast and Derrick came on to share some of his WOES––No he wasn’t whining and crying––WOE is an acronym for Words of Encouragement. Derrick knows how to encourage––and in this episode he’s going to help us encourage others…Learn more about Derrick at DerrickHayes.com

32 MINFEB 18
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040 Derrick Hayes-Words Of Encouragement

039 Jeff Dalton––Great Big Agile!

If you're not "Agile" yet––you need to be. The world is changing fast and you have to adapt faster. Jeff Dalton is a genuine leader in the tech sector and a champion of the Agile management philosophy. He joins us on this episode to talk about his new book: Great Big Agile: An OS for Agile LeadersLearm more about Jeff and Great Big Agile…BroadswordSolutions.com

34 MINFEB 5
Comments
039 Jeff Dalton––Great Big Agile!

038 Troy Campbell––Leading beyond the Self…

One of the things I love most about sharing this program with you is that I am constantly suprised. I had some specific questions planned for Troy Campbell, but he took our conversation to a higher plane.Troy Campbell is the CEO of Altoona First Savings Bank and Chair of the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers.My original plan was to focus on the challenges facing community bankers today including regulation, technology and keeping people engaged with a sense of purpose in what can be a highly transactional job.We did talk about these things, but as I said, Troy took it much further…In this episode Troy shares his insights on leading with purpose and the importance of leading to make a genuine impact on the lives of the people he serves––for the long term.You can learn more about Troy and his organizations here:https://www.altoonabank.comhttp://www.pacb.orgLearn more and join THE SENSEI LEADER MOVEMENT at TheSenseiLeader.comFREE ebook edition of THE SENSEI LEADER when y...

38 MINFEB 2
Comments
038 Troy Campbell––Leading beyond the Self…

037 Jim Tunney-Do The Right Thing––Always!

Do the right thing. Should you? Always?That’s what we’re talking about on this episode with Dr. Jim Tunney.Jim Tunney is one of America’s most recognized speakers. He covers a wide range of topics from customer service to team building and leadership. A doctor of education, Jim served as a school principal and superintendent––But you might know him as the “Dean” of National Football League officials. Jim wore the stripes for 30 years and did more post-season games and Super Bowls than any other ref in NFL history.Learn more about Dr. Jim Tunney and his work at: JimTunney.com

32 MIN2018 DEC 11
Comments
037 Jim Tunney-Do The Right Thing––Always!

036 Dr. Diane Hamilton - Cracking the Curiosity Code

Curiosity. When we talk about “Beginner’s Mind” as a key to effective leadership––it means approaching each new day with a sense of wonder and curiosity––that’s how we maintain an attitude of learning and growth.And you want everyone on your team to be full of wonder and curiosity, right?That’s what we’re talking about in this episode with our guest, Dr. Diane Hamilton…Learn more about Dr. Hamilton and The Curiosity Code at DrDianeHamilton.com and CuriosityCode.com

29 MIN2018 NOV 16
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036 Dr. Diane Hamilton - Cracking the Curiosity Code
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