Cover image of LEAD


237 Podcast Episodes

Latest 3 Dec 2022 | Updated Daily

Episode artwork

Lead Your Life with Gratitude and Grace with Very Special Guests!

Live Beautifully with Katrina Scott

Today's episode is all about gratitude! My family shares their advice, wisdom, and wishes for YOU! her ready for Mama Jane, my dad Chris, brother Stephen, sister Natalia, husband Brian, and daughter Bella :)  Happy Thanksgiving! - Katrina Scott http://LiveBeautifully.com Connect with me on Instagram at Instagram.com/KatrinaScott Text me at this link- http://my.community.com/katrinascott Build Your Own Beautifully Branded Website http://LiveBeautifully.com/Tonic --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/katrina-scott-podcast/message--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/katrina-scott-podcast/message


26 Nov 2021

Episode artwork

Great Leaders Communicate and Great Communicators Lead with Scott McCarthy

The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)

Scott McCarthy has been in the military for over 20 years and is a leadership expert. His leadership journey started when he was young and had the drive to take control of everything that he needed to be planned. Transferring these skills into the Canadian Army, Scott enrolled as a Logistics Officer in 2001 when he was selected to attend the prestigious Royal Military College of Canada. At the age of 24, Scott commanded an Army transport platoon comp comprising of 80 soldiers. At 33, he was selected to command a Logistics squadron of 200 members. As you can see, Scott knows how to compete as a high-performing leader and knows that leadership is a cycle. He understands how to build high-performing powerful teams, how to delegate as a leader to be a force multiplier, and is proficient in setting goals for high-achieving leaders. Today's show is about the simplicity of leadership and communication within marriage. We need to be clear about things that we want as men and husbands while also being servant leaders to our wives and what they need, want, and desire. A lot of men live in two camps when it comes to communication. We either throw ourselves on the sword for the sake of our wives and family, while feeling empty. We end up neglecting ourselves in a noble, selfless way without realizing it. On the other hand, we are extremely selfish and only think about ourselves. The goal of today's show is to explain the common ground between both of those camps where we support our families while also communicating what our needs are as a husband and father. For the show notes and exclusive links mentioned in this episode go to https://thedadedge.com/friday23/ ———— Join the Free Dad Edge Facebook Group at gooddadproject.com/group. Apply for The Dad Edge Alliance at gooddadproject.com/alliance. Watch this interview on YouTube gooddadproject.com/youtube. Follow us on Instagram at @thedadedge! FREE RESOURCE – 21 Days to an Extraordinary Marriage


29 Oct 2021

Episode artwork

Teaching Kids to Lead From Their Morals and Values | Dad Edge Exclusive QA | EP 148

The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)


29 Sep 2021

Episode artwork

Rapid Response: How to lead for enduring impact w/ Spelman’s Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell

Masters of Scale

Your ability to make quick decisions in the face of a crisis can define your career. That’s been the case for Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell, president of Spelman College, the all-women's HBCU in Atlanta. In her second appearance on Rapid Response, Dr. Campbell, who recently announced her plan to retire at the end of the academic year, discusses how listening to her community has led to resolving complex conflicts. As was the case at the beginning of the school year when the Spelman faculty threatened a last-minute boycott over COVID uncertainty – a potential crisis which Dr. Campbell was able to quickly defuse. From record fundraising to rising U.S. News ratings for Spelman, Dr. Campbell demonstrates how consistent leadership builds confidence and resilience. “I feel that when we have all of the voices and all of the wisdom from all over our campus involved in these big issues,” Dr. Campbell says, “the solutions are ones that end up being good for everybody.”Read a transcript of this interview at: mastersofscale.comSubscribe to the Masters of Scale weekly newsletter at http://eepurl.com/dlirtXSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


23 Sep 2021

Most Popular

Episode artwork

(Episode 250) "Dangerous Toys" Lead Vocalist: Jason McMaster.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Episode 250."Dangerous Toys" Lead Vocalist: Jason McMaster.Jason McMaster is a heavy metal vocalist from Austin, Texas. He gained fame singing for influential progressive metal band Watchtower from 1982-1987.In late 1987, he joined the southern sleaze rock act Dangerous Toys, who achieved moderate success. Dangerous Toys, their self-titled debut in 1989, spawned the hits Scared and Teas'N Pleas'N , helping the record go gold and receiving airplay on rock radio and MTV. They would go on to release three more studio albums (giving them an additional gold record) and one live album. Although no longer writing new material, Dangerous Toys regroups for live performances several times a year.In 1999, McMaster and Dangerous Toys guitarist Paul Lidel formed Broken Teeth, an Austin-based hard rock band (Lidel parted ways in 2006). Broken Teeth tours consistently and has released five albums, the most recent being the critically well-received Viva La Rock, Fantastico! in January 2010.In 2011, Jason joined the thrash metal act Evil United, which also features members of Pitbull Daycare, SA Slayer, Riot, and Murderdolls.Welcome, Jason McMaster.Instagram: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Facebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Twitter: @DarekThomas or @mdmcriticWebsite: www.mmcpodcast.comContact: Mondaymorningcritic@gmail.com

1hr 19mins

31 Aug 2021

Episode artwork

NY Times Best-Selling Author Daniel Goleman Shares the #1 Skill You Need to Succeed & Lead

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

New York Times best-selling author and internationally recognized psychologist Daniel Goleman teaches why emotional intelligence ultimately determines the level of your success, why we must recreate boundaries in our digital world and why many of the developers of the smartphone now regret it.


3 Aug 2021

Episode artwork

Intentional Choices Lead to an Intentional Life with Russell Dickerson

The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)

Russell Dickerson is a multi-platinum, Nashville-based, singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He has established himself as a prolific songwriter and a powerhouse showman through memorable, high-energy performances in songcraft with spiked spirit. His gold-certified, full-length debut album, "Yours," was number 5 on the Top Country Albums chart and number 1 on the Emerging Artist chart. Ultimately, it yielded 3 consecutive number 1 smashes and was christened as one of the hottest wedding songs of the year by The Knot. Nominations piled in from the Academy of Country Music Awards, CMT Music Awards, and iHeart Radio Music Awards. In his 2020 highlights, Russell received an ACM nod in the category of Best New Male Artist of the Year. He has electrified audiences on tour with Thomas Rhett, Florida-Georgia Line, Darius Rucker, Lady A, and Kane Brown. In addition to headlining sold-out venues every year, Russell sustained a huge following on social media. He finally refers to his followers as the "RD Fam." To give fans more insight into his life, Russell recently launched a new YouTube channel called, "This is Russ." In 2020, he released his second full-length album, "The Southern Symphony," a long-awaited masterful compilation led by the platinum-certified number 1 single "Love You Like I Used To." This song spent a record-breaking 21 weeks on Billboard Country's Top 10. Russell is a very humble, faith-based man. He claims that he's just an everyday guy, a regular dude, and a rad dad. For the show notes and exclusive links mentioned in this episode go to https://gooddadproject.com/329/ ———— Join the Free Dad Edge Facebook Group at gooddadproject.com/group. Apply for The Dad Edge Alliance at gooddadproject.com/alliance. Watch this interview on YouTube gooddadproject.com/youtube. Follow us on Instagram at @thedadedge! FREE RESOURCE – 21 Days to an Extraordinary Marriage


2 Aug 2021

Episode artwork

How to lead a happier, more fulfilling life (with Dr. Robert Waldinger)

How to Be a Better Human

Listening to your favorite song, going on vacation, chocolate… What makes YOU happy? Today’s guest, psychiatrist Dr. Robert Waldinger, is the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, an 83-year-old project--one of the longest-running studies of adult life ever--that tracks how life experience across decades affects health and wellbeing in middle age and beyond. Robert shares the surprising things he’s learned about what makes a meaningful life and what to do--or avoid--in order to have a long, fulfilling existence. Robert is the author of numerous scientific papers as well as two books, and he teaches medical students and psychiatry residents at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He is a Senior Dharma Teacher in Boundless Way Zen. To learn more about "How to Be a Better Human," host Chris Duffy, or find footnotes and additional resources, please visit: go.ted.com/betterhuman


26 Jul 2021

Episode artwork

Tom Hollander Doesn't Shirk From A Less Than Likeable Lead Role


Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Two of Us. Douglas Petersen is prickly. The biochemist and father of one is picky, nervous and reluctant to change his mind. Tom Hollander sees his job as the actor playing a character like Douglas is, in part, to make him relatable — which he does, of course, in spades. Hollander talks Douglas, Us and how to find the humanity and the humor in a difficult role.


28 Jun 2021

Episode artwork

130 - How to Lead with Compassion with Fortune 500 Businessman Tom Gartland


What makes a great leader? An effective leader? A leader that not only enables the company to succeed, but the people who drive it? Businessman Tom Gartland lays it out for us. As the former president of Avis Budget Group and author of the new book, “Lead with Heart,” Tom offers a compassionate crash course in effective leadership—and it starts with getting personal. During this conversation, Dotsie opens up about her own struggles with leadership, and Tom shares select stories from his past where he chose to get vulnerable at work. We don’t all have to be leaders, but it’s essential that we understand each other to create positive working relationships. Listen in on your next lunch break.  What we discuss in this episode: - Dotsie’s own struggles with leadership - The Caliper Assessment - How to communicate a sense of urgency among employees - How to open up about personal issues with staff - How to let someone go from a company - How to navigate conflict - Tom’s thoughts on working from home - Tom’s book “Lead with Heart.”   Connect with Switch4Good - YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/ - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/ - Twitter - https://twitter.com/Switch4GoodOrg - Website - https://switch4good.org/

1hr 6mins

16 Jun 2021