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Ben Morton

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Sacrifice to lead: from the battlefield to the boardroom with Ben Morton

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Ben Morton did two tours of Iraq as a Captain in the British army before becoming a corporate HR professional and leadership. Hear his views on modern leadership and advice for those of us looking to become better leaders.


2 Dec 2020

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Ep. 682: First Descent Kayaking in Bhutan - Ben Morton

Adventure Sports Podcast

Ben is joining Adventure Sports Podcast to tell us about his first paddle descent of the Sonam Section of the Kuri Chu in eastern Bhutan.  More about Ben from Precisionpaddlesports.com:“Ben is a native of Orange, Virginia where he grew up playing around in and paddling on local rivers. Over the past 15 years Ben has been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to work alongside numerous paddlesport instructors and coaches at various paddling schools, outfitters, and colleges throughout the U.S. and abroad including the National Outdoor Leadership School, Nantahala Outdoor Center, Jackson Hole Kayak School, Costa Rica Rios, DeRiemer Adventure Kayaking, Otter Bar Lodge Kayak School, New Zealand Kayak School, Wilderness Rescue International, Next Adventure Paddlesports Center, Alder Creek Kayak and Canoe, Rocky Mountain Outdoor Center, Canoe Kayak and Paddle Company, Zoar Outdoor and many others.  While Ben's background is river kayaking, he enjoys spending time in diverse environments on paddleboards, canoes, and sea kayaks.  Ben's strengths lie in his excitement to share his passion for paddlesports with others, his eagerness to continue to grow and develop as a paddler and instructor, and his positive interpersonal skills. Ben will be excited to work with you whether its helping you improve your paddling technique, guiding you down beautiful tropical rivers in Central America, or leading you on your first multi-day river experience.” www.precisionpaddlesports.comEmail: ben@precisionpaddlesports.comPhone: (540) 907-8450Instagram: @precision_paddlesportsSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/adventure-sports-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


9 Nov 2020

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Episode #013 - Ben Morton 0n the Greg Wells Podcast

The Ben Morton Leadership Podcast

Welcome ... to episode number 13 which is a recording of my interview with Professor Greg Wells on his podcast, which you should definitely add to your podcast play list. Greg is my go-to guy for all things human performance and regularly has some very cool and incredibly inspiring guests in his show. You can check it out here as well as listening to Greg on episode 010 of my show. Episode Overview This interview came about after Greg and I spent a cold January morning walking across London together talking about leadership, personal introspection and human performance. As a result, we decided to interview each other on our respective podcasts in a hope that you would learn and benefit from the conversations that we had. In this episode Greg asks me about my take on Servant Leadership, draws out some stories about leading under extreme pressure in Iraq and how as a leaders we know when to lead from the front and when to lead from behind.  We also dig into personal values, the power of a simple check-list and lots, lots more. So without any further delay, please enjoy my interview on the Professor Greg Wells Podcast Visual Summaries Be sure to grab your visual summaries o the first five episodes of my podcast  here. #LeadOn


27 Sep 2020

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Episode 001 - Ben Morton. Founder of Ben Morton Leadership

The Ben Morton Leadership Podcast

Welcome ...to the very first episode of the Ben Morton Leadership Podcast. This episode was the brainchild of my good friend, Mike Williams, who suggested we open the first season by him interviewing me.  During our conversation I share a little of my own leadership journey going from the battlefield to the boardroom and some of the lessons I've learned along the way.  We discuss the power of values alignment between us as individual leaders and the organisations we work for, and how I found myself working within the wrong company because I didn't ask enough questions of my potential employer at the interviews. In addition to this, we dig into the some of leadership models, frameworks and books that have shaped me as a leader, along with the tools, tactics and routines I use today. In short, Mike asks me all of the questions that I ask the guests that come on the show. I really hope that this episode helps you get to know me a little moire and gives you a flavour of what to expect from the podcast. Free Visual Summaries I've been working with an incredibly talented artist to create a set on fantastic visual summaries of the first five episodes. To grab the full set simply click this link, enter your details and we'll fire them straight across to you via email.


9 Sep 2020

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Leadership Games: Victims, Villains, and Heroes with Ben Morton

Key Conversations for Leaders

Ben Morton is a sought after leadership mentor, coach and bestselling author.  After graduating from the Royal Military Academy, he served two tours in Iraq.  Ben went from the battlefield to the boardroom blending his military and corporate leadership training.  Disappointed by traditional leadership training, Ben started coaching and mentoring others to become the most authentic version of themselves as leaders. Inside This Episode Leadership from the Battlefield to the Boardroom The True Stakes of Leadership The Connection Between Empathy and Engagement The Secret Ingredient of True Commitment Why The Soft Skills Are Really the Hard Skills The Need for Authentic Leadership Identifying Your Leadership Identity Learn From Others But Be Yourself To Be Effective, Stop Hiding Behind Excuses Victims, Villains, and Heroes The Danger of Know-It-All Leaders How Transparency Leads to Engaged Problem-Solving Basics Done Well + Ruthless Consistency = High Performance Communication Plus Planning in Execution Links: Website: www.ben-morton.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benmortonleadership/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BMLeadership Books: Mission Leadership


18 Aug 2020

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Ep. 37 From Teenage Tradie to Property Millions! Ben Morton - Adelaide Quality Carpenters

Pizza and Property

Building a portfolio through hard work and determination to this size, is impressive in anyones book! let ben Morton walk you through his journey of creative problem solving to build a 9 property strong portfolio.  Join Todd Sloan each week, to pick the brains of a different industry leader to bring you the best property content in the country. Please seek your own independent financial advice, topics discussed are general and not financial advice 


28 Jun 2020

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#81. Ben Morton on From the Battlefield to the Boardroom

The Dr. Greg Wells Podcast

Hey everyone, welcome back! This week we have a chance to talk to my friend Ben Morton. Ben graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the UK. Subsequently, he went on to do two tours of duty in Iraq as a captain in the British army. After his military career, he stepped into the corporate world, and has developed extensive leadership experience and is now a consultant to some major organizations in the UK, including Samsung, Go-Ahead, British Airways, and Camelot. These organizations are really leveraging Ben's knowledge to change the game when it comes to world-class health and performance. In this conversation we talked about leadership and servant leadership, and about what it takes to perform under significant pressure. Please enjoy my chat with my friend and leadership expert, Ben Morton.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-greg-wells/support


5 May 2020

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Riding every stage of the Tour De France - Ben Morton - Episode 3 / Season 1

veloccino Cycling Podcast

Ben rode the entire length of the Tour de France with an organisation called Le Loop. He rode each and every stage and talks to us about how to step up and get yourself ready for the next level. We recorded this episode at the beautiful Musette cafe in Aldbury. Tune in to find out why Ben challenged himself to make this fantastic experience and to learn how to prepare for such a once in the lifetime event!


7 Aug 2019