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Leadership Biz Cafe is a podcast that revolves around discussions with leadership experts and practitioners about some of the pressing issues leaders face today and how they can succeed in leading others in today’s ever-changing business environment.

Latest Episodes

#51 - How First-Time Managers Succeed At Leadership | Victoria Roos Olsson

Most people who choose to become leaders do so with the best of intentions because they naturally want to succeed. So why is it still common to hear people saying they left not because of their organization, but because of their boss? That’s the question I get to the heart of with leadership expert Victoria Roos Olsson in this episode of “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Victoria Roos Olsson is a senior leadership consultant working with FranklinCovey, as well as a keynote speaker and author. She has lead learning and development organisations for large corporations across Europe and the Middle East. In fact, learning is one of her key interests and she loves to learn new things, as well as passing on knowledge to see others grow. She is also the co-author of the book “Everyone Deserves a Great Manager”, which is the focus of this episode. Among the topics Victoria and I discuss: * Why one-on-one meetings are so critical to leadership success – provided you have the right mindset about h...

24 MIN2 d ago
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#51 - How First-Time Managers Succeed At Leadership | Victoria Roos Olsson

#50 – How To Help Your Employees Grow | Leadership Espresso Shot #11

Have you ever worked for a leader who inspired you to do your best work? Why were they able to? What was their secret? It’s a question I aim to answer by sharing a personal story of working for one such leader in this latest installment of Leadership Espresso Shot for this 50th episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. If you’re like me, you’ve probably had your share of horrible to mediocre bosses and if you’re lucky, you’ve also had a few bosses who truly exemplified what it means to be a leader. And maybe luckier still, that working for these bosses not only allowed you to do some of your best work, but also helped you learned a little bit about yourself and where your real purpose lies. I can honestly say I’ve had the good fortune of working for two such leaders and although it’s been many, many years since the time I work under their leadership, their example and the lessons they taught me about leadership and how I can make a difference still echo and i...

11 MIN2 w ago
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#50 – How To Help Your Employees Grow | Leadership Espresso Shot #11

#49 – How To Unlock Digital Transformation's Full Potential | Michael Wade

Digital transformation has become a key focus for many organizations. But is the focus leaders put on digital transformation too limited and consequently leading organizations to miss out on the real potential of digital transformation? That’s the focus of my talk with Cisco Chair and IMD Director, Michael Wade in this episode of my podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe“. Michael Wade is the Cisco Chair in Digital Business Transformation and a Professor of Innovation and Strategy at IMD Business School. He is also the Director of the Global Center for Digital Business Transformation, an IMD and Cisco Initiative. Before that, Michael was the Academic Director of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA Program in Canada. Michael has been named one of the top ten digital thought leaders in Switzerland and he has published works on a variety of topics, including digital business transformation, innovation, strategy, and digital leadership. He’s the author of more than thirty case studies and eig...

32 MINJAN 28
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#49 – How To Unlock Digital Transformation's Full Potential | Michael Wade

#48 - 3 Personal Lessons On How To Succeed | Leadership Espresso Shot #10

If someone were to ask you what 3 personal lessons do you attribute as being key to your success, what would you say? It’s a question I’ve been asked and I thought it would be fun to share the answers in this 10th edition of Leadership Espresso Shot on my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Of course, the motivation behind this being the theme of this episode is not simply because this is the 10th episode in this Leadership Espresso Shot series. Rather, as I’ve mentioned previously here on my blog, I’ve been in a celebratory mood around the fact that my leadership firm, Tanveer Naseer Leadership, has celebrated its 10 year anniversary alongside reaching the 10 year milestone in writing for my award-winning and internationally acclaimed leadership blog. When we come upon such important milestones, there should naturally be a desire to not only celebrate the achievements, but to also reflect on what it took to get there. Of what hard-earned lessons were revealed that made...

13 MINJAN 14
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#48 - 3 Personal Lessons On How To Succeed | Leadership Espresso Shot #10

#47 - How Emotional Intelligence Fuels Better Alignment | Susan Steinbrecher

Creating alignment in your organization’s various processes is critical to being able to achieve your long term goals? But what about creating alignment in terms of how you relate to one another? And how do you go about achieving that? CEO and author Susan Steinbrecher describes how in this latest episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Susan is a business consultant, licensed mediator, and the president and CEO of Steinbrecher And Associates, Inc. a management consulting firm. She’s an Inc.com columnist and has been featured in The New York Times and Entrepreneur.com. Susan is also the author of 3 books, including her latest “Meaningful Alignment: Mastering Emotionally Intelligent Interactions at Work and in Life”, which is the focus of this episode. Over the course of this episode, Susan and I discuss: * What is meaningful alignment and why it’s as critical to your success as a leader as achieving alignment in your value chain, business processes, etc. * Wh...

31 MIN2019 DEC 17
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#47 - How Emotional Intelligence Fuels Better Alignment | Susan Steinbrecher

#46 - 3 Keys To Effective Storytelling | Leadership Espresso Shot #9

Without question, one of the skills to succeed at leadership is being an effective communicator. And one of the best ways to communicate a vision is through the use of storytelling. So how can we use this tool more effectively? That’s the focus of this latest episode of my leadership podcast “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Of course, being both a keynote speaker and writer, the art of storytelling and using stories to convey an idea or concept is something I’m quite familiar with. In fact, I’ve had quite a few conference attendees either email me or come up to me at a conference or meeting and share with me how a particular idea I shared all those months an even years ago that I shared in one of my talks has stuck with them because of the story I used to illustrate the message I wanted to impart to my audience. I even remember a dinner conversation with the CEO of a healthcare organization following my corporate training session with various leaders in his organization and how he comple...

15 MIN2019 DEC 10
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#46 - 3 Keys To Effective Storytelling | Leadership Espresso Shot #9

#45 – Warren Buffett's Strategy For Achieving Goals | Leadership Espresso Shot #8

One of the key responsibilities of leaders is helping their employees to achieve their goals. And yet, with all the distractions and increased demands we face, sometimes this is easier said than done. Thankfully, Warren Buffet has shared a surprisingly simply strategy to successfully achieve our goals, a strategy I share in this episode of my podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Obviously, I don’t want to give it away here on my blog as I’d rather you listen to this edition of show’s feature “Leadership Espresso Shot”, which as the name infers are these short, but powerful segments that dive right in and give you some wonderful insights to improve the way you lead your team and organization. And at only 11 minutes long, this episode is the perfect length to listen to as you go get a fresh cup of coffee (or tea for those tea drinkers out there) to either start your day or to keep the day going strong. On a side note, I have to say I’m delighted by the response this new feature has...

10 MIN2019 NOV 26
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#45 – Warren Buffett's Strategy For Achieving Goals | Leadership Espresso Shot #8

#44 - How To Make Conflict Productive And Beneficial For Your Team

Conflict is something most of us tend to avoid because we view it as being negative and counter-productive. But what if we’re seeing this wrong? Could conflict actually be productive and beneficial for our team? That’s the focus of my conversation with organizational psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Liane Davey in this episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Liane is the New York Times bestselling author of “You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done.” She is also a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review and an organizational psychology expert for Quartz magazine. As the co-founder of 3COze, she advises on business strategy and executive team effectiveness and has worked with executives at companies such as Amazon, Walmart, Aviva, TD Bank, 3M, and SONY PlayStation. In this episode, we’ll be talking about her book, “The Good Fight: Use Productive Conflict to Get Your Team and Organization Back on Track”. Over th...

33 MIN2019 NOV 12
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#44 - How To Make Conflict Productive And Beneficial For Your Team

#43 - Tapping Into Power Of Expectations | Leadership Espresso Shot #7

In today’s competitive market, it’s critical that leaders use every tool at their disposal to ensure their organization’s success. But how many of us are tapping into the power of expectations and the benefits it gives rise to? It’s an idea I explore through a wonderful story I share in this episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. When it comes to being effective as a leader, there are many factors that you have to always keep in focus – from communicating a coherent strategy for how your employees will go about achieving the goals you’ve set out for them, to being consistent in your feedback and guidance about their overall performance and contributions to your organization’s shared purpose. Weaving these various aspects of leadership together, of course, is not just how effective you are as a communicator, but also how clear you are about the expectations you have, both in terms of what you are looking for your employees to accomplish, as well as in terms...

14 MIN2019 OCT 29
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#43 - Tapping Into Power Of Expectations | Leadership Espresso Shot #7

#42 – How To Grow Your Leadership From The Inside | John Mattone

For most leaders, improving the way we lead involves developing new strategies and/or processes to be more effective in getting the best out of others. But shouldn’t we focusing more on better connecting who we are with how we lead? That’s the idea I explore with renowned CEO coach John Mattone in this episode of my “Leadership Biz Cafe” podcast. John Mattone is a best-selling author and one of the world’s most in-demand CEO coaches and leadership speakers. Since 2017, he has been recognized by Globalgurus.org as one of the top 3 coaching authorities in the world alongside Tony Robbins and Marshall Goldsmith. John Mattone is the former executive coach to the late Steve Jobs and the former legendary CEO of PepsiCo, Roger Enrico. John’s work has been featured in several media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN, Fast Company, and Thinkers50. He serves on the executive MBA faculty at FAU and is a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Hult International School of ...

45 MIN2019 OCT 15
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#42 – How To Grow Your Leadership From The Inside | John Mattone

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#51 - How First-Time Managers Succeed At Leadership | Victoria Roos Olsson

Most people who choose to become leaders do so with the best of intentions because they naturally want to succeed. So why is it still common to hear people saying they left not because of their organization, but because of their boss? That’s the question I get to the heart of with leadership expert Victoria Roos Olsson in this episode of “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Victoria Roos Olsson is a senior leadership consultant working with FranklinCovey, as well as a keynote speaker and author. She has lead learning and development organisations for large corporations across Europe and the Middle East. In fact, learning is one of her key interests and she loves to learn new things, as well as passing on knowledge to see others grow. She is also the co-author of the book “Everyone Deserves a Great Manager”, which is the focus of this episode. Among the topics Victoria and I discuss: * Why one-on-one meetings are so critical to leadership success – provided you have the right mindset about h...

24 MIN2 d ago
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#51 - How First-Time Managers Succeed At Leadership | Victoria Roos Olsson

#50 – How To Help Your Employees Grow | Leadership Espresso Shot #11

Have you ever worked for a leader who inspired you to do your best work? Why were they able to? What was their secret? It’s a question I aim to answer by sharing a personal story of working for one such leader in this latest installment of Leadership Espresso Shot for this 50th episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. If you’re like me, you’ve probably had your share of horrible to mediocre bosses and if you’re lucky, you’ve also had a few bosses who truly exemplified what it means to be a leader. And maybe luckier still, that working for these bosses not only allowed you to do some of your best work, but also helped you learned a little bit about yourself and where your real purpose lies. I can honestly say I’ve had the good fortune of working for two such leaders and although it’s been many, many years since the time I work under their leadership, their example and the lessons they taught me about leadership and how I can make a difference still echo and i...

11 MIN2 w ago
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#50 – How To Help Your Employees Grow | Leadership Espresso Shot #11

#49 – How To Unlock Digital Transformation's Full Potential | Michael Wade

Digital transformation has become a key focus for many organizations. But is the focus leaders put on digital transformation too limited and consequently leading organizations to miss out on the real potential of digital transformation? That’s the focus of my talk with Cisco Chair and IMD Director, Michael Wade in this episode of my podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe“. Michael Wade is the Cisco Chair in Digital Business Transformation and a Professor of Innovation and Strategy at IMD Business School. He is also the Director of the Global Center for Digital Business Transformation, an IMD and Cisco Initiative. Before that, Michael was the Academic Director of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA Program in Canada. Michael has been named one of the top ten digital thought leaders in Switzerland and he has published works on a variety of topics, including digital business transformation, innovation, strategy, and digital leadership. He’s the author of more than thirty case studies and eig...

32 MINJAN 28
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#49 – How To Unlock Digital Transformation's Full Potential | Michael Wade

#48 - 3 Personal Lessons On How To Succeed | Leadership Espresso Shot #10

If someone were to ask you what 3 personal lessons do you attribute as being key to your success, what would you say? It’s a question I’ve been asked and I thought it would be fun to share the answers in this 10th edition of Leadership Espresso Shot on my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Of course, the motivation behind this being the theme of this episode is not simply because this is the 10th episode in this Leadership Espresso Shot series. Rather, as I’ve mentioned previously here on my blog, I’ve been in a celebratory mood around the fact that my leadership firm, Tanveer Naseer Leadership, has celebrated its 10 year anniversary alongside reaching the 10 year milestone in writing for my award-winning and internationally acclaimed leadership blog. When we come upon such important milestones, there should naturally be a desire to not only celebrate the achievements, but to also reflect on what it took to get there. Of what hard-earned lessons were revealed that made...

13 MINJAN 14
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#48 - 3 Personal Lessons On How To Succeed | Leadership Espresso Shot #10

#47 - How Emotional Intelligence Fuels Better Alignment | Susan Steinbrecher

Creating alignment in your organization’s various processes is critical to being able to achieve your long term goals? But what about creating alignment in terms of how you relate to one another? And how do you go about achieving that? CEO and author Susan Steinbrecher describes how in this latest episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Susan is a business consultant, licensed mediator, and the president and CEO of Steinbrecher And Associates, Inc. a management consulting firm. She’s an Inc.com columnist and has been featured in The New York Times and Entrepreneur.com. Susan is also the author of 3 books, including her latest “Meaningful Alignment: Mastering Emotionally Intelligent Interactions at Work and in Life”, which is the focus of this episode. Over the course of this episode, Susan and I discuss: * What is meaningful alignment and why it’s as critical to your success as a leader as achieving alignment in your value chain, business processes, etc. * Wh...

31 MIN2019 DEC 17
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#47 - How Emotional Intelligence Fuels Better Alignment | Susan Steinbrecher

#46 - 3 Keys To Effective Storytelling | Leadership Espresso Shot #9

Without question, one of the skills to succeed at leadership is being an effective communicator. And one of the best ways to communicate a vision is through the use of storytelling. So how can we use this tool more effectively? That’s the focus of this latest episode of my leadership podcast “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Of course, being both a keynote speaker and writer, the art of storytelling and using stories to convey an idea or concept is something I’m quite familiar with. In fact, I’ve had quite a few conference attendees either email me or come up to me at a conference or meeting and share with me how a particular idea I shared all those months an even years ago that I shared in one of my talks has stuck with them because of the story I used to illustrate the message I wanted to impart to my audience. I even remember a dinner conversation with the CEO of a healthcare organization following my corporate training session with various leaders in his organization and how he comple...

15 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
#46 - 3 Keys To Effective Storytelling | Leadership Espresso Shot #9

#45 – Warren Buffett's Strategy For Achieving Goals | Leadership Espresso Shot #8

One of the key responsibilities of leaders is helping their employees to achieve their goals. And yet, with all the distractions and increased demands we face, sometimes this is easier said than done. Thankfully, Warren Buffet has shared a surprisingly simply strategy to successfully achieve our goals, a strategy I share in this episode of my podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Obviously, I don’t want to give it away here on my blog as I’d rather you listen to this edition of show’s feature “Leadership Espresso Shot”, which as the name infers are these short, but powerful segments that dive right in and give you some wonderful insights to improve the way you lead your team and organization. And at only 11 minutes long, this episode is the perfect length to listen to as you go get a fresh cup of coffee (or tea for those tea drinkers out there) to either start your day or to keep the day going strong. On a side note, I have to say I’m delighted by the response this new feature has...

10 MIN2019 NOV 26
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#45 – Warren Buffett's Strategy For Achieving Goals | Leadership Espresso Shot #8

#44 - How To Make Conflict Productive And Beneficial For Your Team

Conflict is something most of us tend to avoid because we view it as being negative and counter-productive. But what if we’re seeing this wrong? Could conflict actually be productive and beneficial for our team? That’s the focus of my conversation with organizational psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Liane Davey in this episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. Liane is the New York Times bestselling author of “You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done.” She is also a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review and an organizational psychology expert for Quartz magazine. As the co-founder of 3COze, she advises on business strategy and executive team effectiveness and has worked with executives at companies such as Amazon, Walmart, Aviva, TD Bank, 3M, and SONY PlayStation. In this episode, we’ll be talking about her book, “The Good Fight: Use Productive Conflict to Get Your Team and Organization Back on Track”. Over th...

33 MIN2019 NOV 12
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#44 - How To Make Conflict Productive And Beneficial For Your Team

#43 - Tapping Into Power Of Expectations | Leadership Espresso Shot #7

In today’s competitive market, it’s critical that leaders use every tool at their disposal to ensure their organization’s success. But how many of us are tapping into the power of expectations and the benefits it gives rise to? It’s an idea I explore through a wonderful story I share in this episode of my leadership podcast, “Leadership Biz Cafe”. When it comes to being effective as a leader, there are many factors that you have to always keep in focus – from communicating a coherent strategy for how your employees will go about achieving the goals you’ve set out for them, to being consistent in your feedback and guidance about their overall performance and contributions to your organization’s shared purpose. Weaving these various aspects of leadership together, of course, is not just how effective you are as a communicator, but also how clear you are about the expectations you have, both in terms of what you are looking for your employees to accomplish, as well as in terms...

14 MIN2019 OCT 29
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#43 - Tapping Into Power Of Expectations | Leadership Espresso Shot #7

#42 – How To Grow Your Leadership From The Inside | John Mattone

For most leaders, improving the way we lead involves developing new strategies and/or processes to be more effective in getting the best out of others. But shouldn’t we focusing more on better connecting who we are with how we lead? That’s the idea I explore with renowned CEO coach John Mattone in this episode of my “Leadership Biz Cafe” podcast. John Mattone is a best-selling author and one of the world’s most in-demand CEO coaches and leadership speakers. Since 2017, he has been recognized by Globalgurus.org as one of the top 3 coaching authorities in the world alongside Tony Robbins and Marshall Goldsmith. John Mattone is the former executive coach to the late Steve Jobs and the former legendary CEO of PepsiCo, Roger Enrico. John’s work has been featured in several media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN, Fast Company, and Thinkers50. He serves on the executive MBA faculty at FAU and is a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Hult International School of ...

45 MIN2019 OCT 15
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#42 – How To Grow Your Leadership From The Inside | John Mattone
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