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Edgar Cabello

5 Podcast Episodes

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To lead is to listen with Edgar Cabello and Patrick Quigley

Built to Lead

In the season finale of The Lippert Built to Lead Podcast, Edgar Cabello, leadership development director, and Patrick Quigley, one of the leaders at the Plant 85 in Goshen. Patrick shares his approach to leading his team of engineers and how it all comes down to communication. He talks about how he learned how to talk and listen to engineers so he can set them up for success. “Learning how to kind of listen to what the engineers are saying and not dismissing small comments, I think is a huge lesson learned.” -Patrick Quigley [09:27] “If you’re going to come to work, like let’s have a good time doing it. Let’s build some strong relationships as a result of it, and let’s genuinely care for each other. And let’s care for our community, and let’s care for our customers and everybody that we come in contact with” -Edgar Cabello [??23:52] What You Will Learn: [01:20] Meet Patrick Quigley [02:24] What is a slide-out system and a slim rack [03:04] What’s been happening at the engineer front at Lippert [05:29] The cultural nuance with leadership development and technical teams [14:59] The effort he encourages his team to put forth [21:32] His passion for leaderships [24:24] Final thoughts about leadership for listeners [26:10] Higher-Performance Leadership Training Challenge: Pay close attention to the people around you that speak a different language than you do. Resources: Visit our website: https://www.lci1.com/academy Email us: academy@lci1.com

27mins

1 Jul 2021

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Being a Leadership Enigma with Edgar Cabello and Brian Edwards

Built to Lead

In this episode of The Lippert Built to Lead Podcast, Edgar Cabello, leadership development director, and Brian Edwards, general manager, talk about Brian’s leadership skills. Brain shares why feedback is critical in how he leads and how he uses feedback sessions with his team members. “If you don’t know where you’re at, you don’t know where you’re heading.” -Brian Edwards [05:33] “You can’t really care about somebody, I think, in a holistic way if you’re not willing to tell them the truth.” -Edgar Cabello [06:35] What You Will Learn: [01:08] Meet Brian Edwards [03:46] How his personal history informs his work [05:04] Why feedback is critical in how he leads [06:55] What a feedback session looks like [11:29] When feedback wasn’t there and when it was strong [16:28] What he’s seen in his 12 years at Lippert vs today [22:17] Where he finds joy during difficult days [26:48] What he does when someone doesn’t buy into his leadership [30:46] Higher-Performance Leadership Training Challenge: Seek honest feedback from somebody that you trust and respect. Resources: Visit our website: https://www.lci1.com/academy Email us: academy@lci1.com

32mins

3 Jun 2021

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Listening with Edgar Cabello

Built to Lead

In this episode of The Lippert Built to Lead Podcast, Edgar Cabello, Leadership Development Director for Lippert’s operations teams, talks about listening. He explains why listening is more than just being quiet. He shares some ideas that will help us become better listeners and what we can watch out for that might get in the way of that. “I believe that… as you do become a better listener, the people around you will thank you for it and your relationships will go deeper and they’ll just be better.” -Edgar Cabello [13:23] What You Will Learn: [02:03] Things to do to get beyond the words [03:27] 12 blocks to listening [10:07] Some things to become listeners [13:18] Higher-Performance Leadership Training Challenge: Go home and be kind to somebody. Be disciplined in your listening. Try not to redirect the conversation. Help somebody open up and tell you what’s on your mind and in their heart. Resources: Visit our website: https://www.lci1.com/academy Email us: academy@lci1.com

14mins

13 May 2021

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Being a Trusted Advisor with Bill Coughlin and Edgar Cabello

Built to Lead

In this episode of The Lippert Built to Lead Podcast, Bill Coughlin and Edgar Cabello, two Directors of Leadership Development at Lippert, talk about being a trusted advisor. They talk about setting goals, how to set expectations for your team and hold them accountable. “The whole idea of being trusted is maybe the most important part of being a trusted advisor.” -Edgar Cabello [02:33] “You know what’s the most important thing in my mind is like ‘I see you. I see you. I see things are a little off right now. I just want to let you know I noticed.’ To me, that goes a long way in an organization.” -Bill Coughlin [12:50] What You Will Learn: [01:12] Three ways to view their role [02:01] How Edgar approaches his work [04:01] How they use Leadership Action Plans [08:35] What are SMART goals [10:31] How core values inform our behaviors [15:08] How they deal with someone not following the organization's expectations [24:42] The misunderstanding of tough conversations [29:04] How a coach has impacted Edgar’s life Resources: Visit our website: https://www.lci1.com/academy Email us: academy@lci1.com

31mins

29 Apr 2021

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Leading & Empathy (with Trace Rorie & Edgar Cabello)

Built to Lead

It’s not about giving advice.  It’s not about sharing expertise.  Empathy isn’t even a feeling for someone, it’s feeling with someone.  Leading in 2020 is happening over distance during a time when the need for empathy couldn’t be higher. Today we’re walking through how we can be empathetic leaders for the teams who need us to understand them now more than ever.  My conversation about leading with empathy today is shared with two Directors of Leadership Development at Lippert Components, Edgar Cabello and Trace Rorie. Join us as we discuss taming the advice monster, the difference between sympathy and empathy, listening without jumping to solutions and understanding emotional intelligence. Share Your Empathy Snapshot When has a leader shown empathy to you? We want to know how you’ve seen empathetic leadership on display. Share your stories, questions, and comments at  https://www.lci1.com/academy,  academy@lci1.com, or on LinkedIn at Lippert Academy for Leadership.

43mins

23 Apr 2020