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Leaders aren't born, they're made. This Monday show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Independently produced weekly since 2011, Dr. Dave Stachowiak brings perspective from a thriving, global leadership academy of managers, executives, and business owners, plus more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie. New York Times bestselling authors, expert researchers, deep conversation, and regular dialogue with listeners has attracted over 9 million downloads. In addition, one Saturday episode a month features a listener success story. Activate your FREE membership to search the entire episode library by topic at CoachingforLeaders.com

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Leaders aren't born, they're made. This Monday show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Independently produced weekly since 2011, Dr. Dave Stachowiak brings perspective from a thriving, global leadership academy of managers, executives, and business owners, plus more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie. New York Times bestselling authors, expert researchers, deep conversation, and regular dialogue with listeners has attracted over 9 million downloads. In addition, one Saturday episode a month features a listener success story. Activate your FREE membership to search the entire episode library by topic at CoachingforLeaders.com

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Outstanding!

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I have been listening for just over a year and find value (big and small) in every episode

Very interesting and inspiring

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I am so happy I found this podcast!

iTunes Ratings

530 Ratings
Average Ratings
468
32
13
11
6

Outstanding!

By Educator Todd - Feb 20 2019
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I have been listening for just over a year and find value (big and small) in every episode

Very interesting and inspiring

By Miah2611 - Oct 28 2018
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I am so happy I found this podcast!

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Coaching for Leaders

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Rank #60 in Business category

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Leaders aren't born, they're made. This Monday show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Independently produced weekly since 2011, Dr. Dave Stachowiak brings perspective from a thriving, global leadership academy of managers, executives, and business owners, plus more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie. New York Times bestselling authors, expert researchers, deep conversation, and regular dialogue with listeners has attracted over 9 million downloads. In addition, one Saturday episode a month features a listener success story. Activate your FREE membership to search the entire episode library by topic at CoachingforLeaders.com

Rank #1: 392: Why Men Are Heard and Women Are Liked, with Lois Frankel and Tom Henschel

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Lois Frankel: Nice Girls Don t Get the Corner Office Lois Frankel is the President of Corporate Coaching International, a bestselling author, executive coach, and an internationally-recognized expert in the field of leadership development for women. She is the author of the New York Times bestselling books Nice Girls Don t Get the Corner Office*, Nice Girls [...]

Jan 28 2019
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Rank #2: 370: Three Steps to Great Career Conversations

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Russ Laraway: Career Conversations Russ is the Vice President of People at Qualtrics and was previously the Co-Founder and COO of Candor, Inc. working with Kim Scott, the author of Radical Candor. He s also been an executive at both Twitter and Google and a company commander in the United States Marine Corps. Key Points [...]

Sep 10 2018
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Rank #3: 271: How to Increase Your Conversational Intelligence, with Judith Glaser

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Judith Glaser: Conversational Intelligence Judith Glaser is an Organizational Anthropologist. She is one of the most pioneering and innovative change agents, consultants, and executive coaches, in the consulting industry and is the world’s leading authority on Conversational Intelligence, Neuro-innovation, and WE-centric Leadership. She is a best-selling author of seven business books including her newest best seller Conversational Intelligence: How Great Leaders Build Trust and Get Extraordinary Results. Key Points Great conversation leads to great relationships, which leads to great culture. Level I conversations are about resistance Level II conversations are about “wait and see“ Level III conversations are about co-creation When we are threatened by others, cortisol can linger for 26 hours. Children have the same capacity for conversational intelligence that adults do, but only if we have the courage to nurture their growth. Resources Mentioned Conversational Intelligence by Judith Glaser Conversational Intelligence website Activate Your Free Coaching for Leaders Membership Get immediate access to my free, 10-day audio course, 10 Ways to Empower the People You Lead. Give me 10 minutes a day for 10 days to get the most immediate, practical actions to become a better leader. Join at CoachingforLeaders.com. Related Episodes CFL91: How to Listen When Someone is Venting CFL161: How To Address Difficult Conversations CFL177: How to Start a Conversation With Anyone Next Episode Murial Maignan Wilkins appears to help us discover how to improve our executive presence. She’s the co-author of the book Own the Room: Discover Your Signature Voice to Master Your Leadership Presence. Thank You Submit your question for consideration on the next question and answer show the first Monday of every month at http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback

Nov 14 2016
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Rank #4: 380: How to Find Confidence in Conflict

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Kwame Christian: Negotiate Anything Kwame Christian is a business lawyer and the Director of the American Negotiation Institute. His TEDx Talk, Finding Confidence in Conflict, was the most popular TED Talk on the topic of conflict of 2017. He hosts the top negotiation podcast, Negotiate Anything, and is the author of the new book: Nobody [...]

Nov 12 2018
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Rank #5: 391: Getting Better at Empathy, with Daniel Goleman

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Daniel Goleman: Emotional Intelligence In 1995, Daniel Goleman published the blockbuster bestselling book Emotional Intelligence*, a book that now has more than 5 million copies in print worldwide in 40 different languages. He s the author of a series of primers for the competencies of emotional and social intelligence, titled Building Blocks of Emotional Intelligence* and [...]

Jan 21 2019
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Rank #6: 306: Five Steps to Hold People Accountable, with Jonathan Raymond

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Jonathan Raymond: Good Authority Jonathan Raymond is the founder of Refound, where he and his team work with organizations to create a company culture based in personal growth. He’s the author of the new book, Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting For*. Key Points Micromanagement is focused on tasks, but accountability is focused on relationships. Accountability doesn’t work unless there’s a context of personal caring. Employees want growth, and growth comes from productive discomfort. So if you if you orient your day towards acknowledgment only on the positive side, you’re missing the better part of it. The 5 Steps of the Accountability Dial: The Mention The Invitation The Conversation The Boundary The Limit Resources Mentioned Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting For* Refound.com/resources Refound.com Book Notes Download my highlights from Good Authority in PDF format (free membership required). Activate Your Free Coaching for Leaders Membership Get immediate access to my free, 10-day audio course, 10 Ways to Empower the People You Lead. Give me 10 minutes a day for 10 days to get the most immediate, practical actions to become a better leader. Join at CoachingforLeaders.com. Related Episodes CFL192: How to Create Team Guidelines CFL253: New Management Practices of Leading Organizations CFL258: Moving Beyond Command and Control

Jul 17 2017
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Rank #7: 282: How to Motivate People, with Dan Ariely

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Dan Ariely: Payoff Dan Ariely is the James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University and a founding member of the Center for Advanced Hindsight. His books include Irrationally Yours, Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality, The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty, and his most recent book, Payoff: The Hidden Logic That Shapes Our Motivations. Key Points The things that motivate us are about accomplishment and achievement, not day-to-day happiness. Most people realize that they themselves are not truly motivated by money, but they still assume other people are completely motivated by it. Figure out a way to pay people that adds to the development of a long-term relationship, not a short-term transactional one. It is important to find a way to connect people’s jobs to the final outcome of their work, because many people don’t feel connected to their organization’s main purpose. Resources Mentioned Payoff: The Hidden Logic That Shapes Our Motivations* by Dan Ariely Predictably Irrational* by Dan Ariely Drive* by Daniel Pink www.danariely.com Book Notes Download my highlights from Payoff in PDF format (free membership required). Activate Your Free Coaching for Leaders Membership Get immediate access to my free, 10-day audio course, 10 Ways to Empower the People You Lead. Give me 10 minutes a day for 10 days to get the most immediate, practical actions to become a better leader. Join at CoachingforLeaders.com. Related Episodes CFL84: Daniel Pink on To Sell is Human CFL181: Create the Best Place to Work CFL251: What to Do When Somebody Quits CFL253: New Management Practices of Leading Organizations CFL276: Employee Engagement With Management 3.0 Next Episode Bonni and I return for the monthly question and answer show. Submit your question for consideration next week or for the first question and answer show the first Monday of every month at http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback Thank You Thank you to Greg Hall and Chase Batt here in the States and Lynn Wang in Hong Kong for the kind reviews on iTunes. To leave a rating or review, visit http://coachingforleaders.com/itunes

Jan 30 2017
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Rank #8: 196: Create Behavior That Lasts With Marshall Goldsmith

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Marshall Goldsmith, Ph.D. Author, Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts--Becoming the Person You Want to Be* Marshall says that a key factor is the environment around us in whether or not we are successful. Environmental triggers constantly take us off track. “A trigger is any stimulus that influences our behavior.” -Marshall Goldsmith Trigger —> Impulse —> Behavior Marshall says we have the chance to have a second of awareness on how we behave after the impulse. “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” -Viktor Frankl Marshall says that the biggest problem with successful people is they’ve gotten very used to winning. Marshall recalled five questions that Peter Drucker said we should all ask ourselves: What’s my mission? Who’s the customer? What does the customer consider value? What’s the goal? What’s the plan? If you want a copy of the article that Marshall mentioned, Leadership is a contact sport, send him an email to marshall@marshallgoldsmith.com Marshall’s wheel of change model: Creating = Positive/Change Preserving = Positive/Keep Eliminate = Negative/Change Accepting = Negative/Keep “Am I willing at this time to make the effort required to make a positive difference on this topic?” -Marshall Goldsmith “Most people waste most of their lives on topics they’re not going to change anyway.” -Marshall Goldsmith “Life is easy to talk and hard to live.” -Marshall Goldsmith “Environment vs. willpower — environment generally wins.” -Marshall Goldsmith Marshall’s six active questions: Did I do my best to set clear goals? Did I do my best to make progress towards goal achievement? Did I do my best to find meaning? Did I do my best to be happy? Did I do my best to build positive relationships? Did I do my best to be fully engaged? The key factor in employee engagement is whether people feel like they can live their own values. -Kouzes & Posner Feedback Comments, questions, or feedback for future Q&A shows: http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback The next Q&A show is episode 200 Resources for leaders: http://coachingforleaders.com/resources Please join my weekly leadership guide. The leadership guide is delivered to your inbox each Wednesday and includes my thoughts and recommendations on the best articles, podcasts, videos, and books, to support your development between shows. It also includes a brief overview and link to the full weekly show notes. If you, like me, tend to listen to podcasts while you’re on the road or exercising, this will give you an easy way to follow-up later on the links and resources we mention in every show. As a bonus, when you join the weekly leadership guide, you’ll get immediate access to my reader’s guide listing the 10 Leadership Books that Will Help You Get Better Results From Others with brief summaries from me on the value of each book. Download the 11-page reader's guide and 9-minute video of these book recommendations…plus, insight on the 2 books that I rely on weekly! http://coachingforleaders.com/subscribe Community Member Spotlight: Eveliina Vuolli Eveliina recommended episode 143: Accepting Feedback With Sheila Heen of Difficult Conversations

Jun 08 2015
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Rank #9: 384: Your Attitude Defines Your Altitude

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Howard H White: Believe to Achieve Howard H White was an NBA draft pick until knee injuries put a stop to his basketball career. Today he is vice president of Jordan Brand and has been with the company for thirty-five years. With Nike s support, he founded the Believe to Achieve program, an innovative traveling seminar [...]

Dec 10 2018
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Rank #10: 386: Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their Careers

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Lois Frankel: Nice Girls Don t Get the Corner Office Lois Frankel is the President of Corporate Coaching International, a bestselling author, executive coach, and an internationally-recognized expert in the field of leadership development for women. She is the author of the New York Times bestselling books Nice Girls Don t Get the Corner Office, Nice Girls [...]

Dec 17 2018
38 mins
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Rank #11: 379: Influence Without Authority and More Questions

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Bonni Stachowiak: Teaching in Higher Ed Bonni Stachowiak (web) (Twitter) is Dave s life partner and best friend, business professor, past executive leader, and the host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Listener Questions Samantha asked about what to do if you have a problem employee that is affecting the team. Pat asked about how [...]

Nov 05 2018
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Rank #12: Determine Your New Identity (1 of 5)

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Applications are open through Friday, March 15th, to the Coaching for Leaders Academy. This is the first of five lessons on how to create meaningful movement on a leadership skill, using the same, 90-day framework used within our Academy community. Discover more and apply now. Most of what people call learning is actually knowledge gathering. Reading business books, going to conferences, attending courses, listening to podcasts — is all great stuff to do, but without any behavior change, it’s not real learning. Real learning is a lot harder, and requires us to actually change our behavior. If you’ve ever gotten tough feedback from a boss, have a fear of public speaking, or if you’ve had a health scare that necessitated you substantially changing your diet or exercise, you know how hard making real behavior change can be. The five steps you’ll hear in these lessons won’t make that behavior change easy, but they will give you a clear framework to create movement, almost immediately. A good friend of mine saw my recent comment about people confusing learning and knowledge gathering and sent me an email over the weekend. She said: On StrengthsFinder, Input is one of my top five talents. I gather knowledge, but no one could ever possibly integrate all of it. So, then it becomes a problem. What do I do with it? How do I manage it? How do I decide what to “move” on and what to delete? I sent her a reply back saying that it’s not just people with Input as a top strength who struggle with this. In the digital age, we’re all bombarded with tons of input and data each day. So how do you actually start to get traction on creating movement? The first step, is deciding one place to start over the next 90 days and zeroing in there. Even though this is the first step to generate movement, it’s probably one the hardest part. That’s because a lot of our organizations, families, even social media — have convinced us that we can have it all, we can do everything, and we can do it well. The smarter you are and more success you’ve had in your career up to this point, the harder it is to zero in on one leadership skill. Many of us got to where we are by holding a lot in our brains and sharing tons of useful knowledge. But that’s why you see a lot of people hit a plateau in their careers once they’ve gone as far as they can with the technical skill set — and entirely not an accident as to why Marshall Goldsmith, probably the best known executive coach, wrote a book for leaders called What Got You Here Won’t Get You There. Often when I invite high-achieving people to zero in on one place to get traction, I get a bit of pushback saying that such a strategy would ignore the other 9 things that are also important this quarter. I started there too. My assumption was, far better to make some progress on everything instead of making tons of progress only on one thing, right? But now, after almost 20 years of being intimately involved in thousands of hours of training, facilitation, and coaching, the difference in the results observing people who’ve used these methods is night and day. The people who try to focus in on getting movement on a bunch of different behaviors all at once, see very little traction. And the people who zero in on getting better at one behavior, often see progress that surprises them. It’s not just my experience. I mentioned Marshall Goldsmith above. When he enters into a coaching engagement with one of the top business executives in the world, they focus on just 1 or 2 behaviors over a period of months. Chris McChesney, co-author of the popular book for leaders, The 4 Disciplines of Execution, encourages us to focus on just one, wildly important goal when trying to move numbers.

Mar 11 2019
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Rank #13: 316: Executive Presence with Your Elevator Speech, with Tom Henschel

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Tom Henschel: The Look & Sound of Leadership Tom Henschel (web) (podcast) grooms senior leaders and executive teams. An internationally recognized expert in the field of workplace communications and self-presentation, he has helped thousands of leaders achieve excellence through coaching and his top-rated podcast, The Look & Sound of Leadership. Key Points An elevator speech is a crisp, concise, high-level summary of a complex, multi-layered topic. It can be about whatever you do as a profession, but it can also be about anything else, like your recent vacation. Elevator speeches get crafted … it doesn’t happen in the spur of the moment. Creating an elevator speech doesn’t take long, but you have to choose to reflect. An elevator speech is actually a conversation tailored to the other person. Say a little bit, and then test the other person’s level of interest. The longer you talk, the less effective you are. The Three Qualities of a Great Elevator Speech Keep it short Be memorable Tailor it to the listener Resources Mentioned Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office* by Lois P. Frankel 279: How to Grow Your Professional Network Activate Your Free Coaching for Leaders Membership Get immediate access to my free, 10-day audio course, 10 Ways to Empower the People You Lead. Give me 10 minutes a day for 10 days to get the most immediate, practical actions to become a better leader. Join at CoachingforLeaders.com. Related Episodes CFL272: Enhance Your Executive Presence CFL279: How to Grow Your Professional Network CFL300: Tom Henschel Interviews Dave Next Episode Bonni and I return for the monthly question and answer show. Submit your question for consideration next week or for the first question and answer show the first Monday of every month at http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback

Sep 25 2017
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Rank #14: 314: Three Steps to Establish Your Leadership Brand, with Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster

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Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster: Your Leadership Brand Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster are from Root + River. They are brand strategists and marketers who believe that your brand is how other people experience what you believe. Key Points Branding is something that begins inside of you. Much of branding is just uncovering what’s inside of you, articulating it, and then reflecting it outward. We’re living in a world where we can no longer get away with pretending to be something we’re not, so we have no alternative but to be ourselves. If you reverse engineer a brand failure, it’s usually because of a poor leadership decision, not a marketing problem. Whenever there is an outward branding problem, look inward. The most successful brands are the ones that have a minuscule chasm between their public brand and how they operate internally. Most missions come from suffering. What problem does the organization solve in the world? When there’s a connection to a belief, it becomes the message that then permeates every aspect of an organization. Branding becomes an invitation to believe what you believe. Our obsession with branding and marketing being finished is part of the problem. It’s always good for your brand to take a stand. Three questions to ask when building a brand: What do you believe in? What’s your mission? How do you create value in the world? Resources Mentioned Root + River An Open Letter on Branding Oatmeal v Bacon: Oatmeal is Boring, Bacon is Not - The Branding Book for People that Care* by Justin Foster Virtual Forum: Objective Perspective for Results I’m hosting a live, free, virtual forum this week. You’re invited to join other listeners and me live via videoconference, to experience a virtual forum titled Objective Perspective for Results. Register here: Reserve your Virtual Seat for the Forum Activate Your Free Coaching for Leaders Membership Get immediate access to my free, 10-day audio course, 10 Ways to Empower the People You Lead. Give me 10 minutes a day for 10 days to get the most immediate, practical actions to become a better leader. Join at CoachingforLeaders.com. Related Episodes CFL133: The Five Elements Of Your Personal Brand CFL148: The Four Stories Leaders Need For Influence CFL189: How to Stand Out With Dorie Clark Next Episode Scott Barlow of Happen to Your Career returns to the show to discuss work-life balance. Thank You Submit your question for consideration on the next question and answer show the first Monday of every month at http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback

Sep 11 2017
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Rank #15: 375: A Useful Mindset for New Leaders

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Mark Ipaviz: ELEVEN Australia Mark Ipaviz is a member of the Coaching for Leaders Academy and National Sales Manager at Ozdare where he manages the brand ELEVEN Australia. Key Points Create an environment where people come to work absolutely loving every second of their day. If you create an environment where everyone feels loved, you [...]

Oct 13 2018
35 mins
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Rank #16: 148: The Four Critical Stories Leaders Need For Influence, with David Hutchens

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Leaders often hear about influence through storytelling, but don't know where to start. Here are four stories to tell and how to get started.   Guest: David Hutchens DavidHutchens.com Author of the Upcoming Book: Circle of the 9 Muses: A Storytelling Field Guide for Innovators Storytelling is utilized for influence “It’s more important to tell a strategic story, to tell the right story, even if you don’t tell it particularly well.” -David Hutchens The starting point of telling stories is permission Storytelling is a skill that nobody really has to learn since it’s our natural language Leaders needs to give themselves permission to tell a story in their organization The 4 stories leaders need to tell Who we are stories - what it means to be us Think about the stories parents and caregivers told you when you were young about what it was like growing up for them When we do this, we impart information about what we believe and who we are today Every organization and team has an origin story David shared the origin story of General Electric A story from a leader always has a reason for telling it What are the identity and origin stories that you have? Vision stories - the future we desire These stories should be told in present tense language You can tell a story about somebody else that is already doing what it is you envision You might tell a story about someone else if it’s a big jump from where the organization is today Values in action stories - how the espoused values show up in our organization David mentioned Zappos and the stories they create about customer service The stories being told also affect how members of the organization make future choices The right story should reconnect people with why they really care about this work Change and learning stories - the stories about a time we tried something and learned from it This is generally the hardest story to tell Think about the leaders you’ve loved and appreciated the most (the best ones do this well) These stories can build culture and loyalty David shared the failure story of New Coke Here’s the structure: I tried something Here’s the bad result I got Here’s why I got that bad result Here’s how I’m now changing my behavior so I get a better result next time Don’t try to change your voice and be a professional storyteller: talk like you Feedback On this topic: http://coachingforleaders.com/148 Comments, questions, or feedback: http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback The final opportunity for listener survey is this week. Please take five minutes to complete the anonymous survey at: http://coachingforleaders.com/survey Thank you to Arch Daws, Torrey Peace, Brent Miller, Bridget Blackford, Hector Gutierrez, David Welch, Jeff Trimble, Deepak Kahlon, Christy Owen, Leandro Soares, Kevin Kawada, Kevin McClelland, Katie Arnst, Mandy Blasby, Malcolm McDonald, Dawn Ranagan, and Henry Rihard Pasaribu for subscribing to my weekly update this past week. You can subscribe as well at http://coachingforleaders.com/subscribe

Jul 07 2014
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Rank #17: 177: How to Start a Conversation With Anyone

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Mark Sieverkropp walks through six steps that will help all of us start a conversation with anyone, anywhere. Mark Sieverkropp Author, How to Start a Conversation With Anyone Mark and I were both featured by Forbes as 25 Professional Networking Experts to Watch in 2015 1. First Impressions last the longest John Corcoran spoke in episode 169 on what we can do to recover from a bad first impression 2. Practice the type of listening that makes a difference “...if you aspire to be a good conversationalist, be an attentive listener. To be interesting, be interested. Ask questions that other persons will enjoy answering. Encourage them to talk about themselves and their accomplishments.” -Dale Carnegie 3. Understand who people are by how they act 4. People like others who share their same interests 5. Do not hold your listener hostage 6. Remembering the conversation is crucial to growing the relationship Finally, follow-up by building upon your initial conversation and showing interest Learn more about the Networking With Purpose event being held on February 10, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. EST. You can discover more and register for the event at this affiliate link: http://coachingforleaders.com/networkingwithpurpose To get Mark's book, How to Start a Conversation With Anyone, use this link: http://coachingforleaders.com/startaconversation Feedback Join the conversation: http://coachingforleaders.com/177 Comments, questions, or feedback for future Q&A shows: http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback Next Q&A show is episode #178 and the topic is accountability Please join my weekly leadership guide. The leadership guide is delivered to your inbox each Wednesday and includes my thoughts and recommendations on the best articles, podcasts, videos, and books, to support your development between shows. It also includes a brief overview and link to the full weekly show notes. If you, like me, tend to listen to podcasts while you’re on the road or exercising, this will give you an easy way to follow-up later on the links and resources we mention in every show. Thank you to the following people who joined the weekly leadership guide this past week: Quay Kester, David Deaton, Tracey Chalmers, Vicki Bastian, Russ Vilt, Ricardo Montaño Ozuna, Fiona Adamson, Alessandro Beraldi, Dena Simoneaux, Khalil Khalek, Casey Comstock, Adrienne Wiebusch, Paul Ward, Ulana Dabbs, Michael Chamberlin, Mike Haire, David Walker, and Mark Sieverkropp. As a bonus, when you join the weekly leadership guide, you’ll get immediate access to my guide on the 10 Leadership Books that Will Help You Get Better Results From Others. Download the 11-page reader's guide and 9-minute video of my top leadership book recommendations…plus, insight on the 2 books that I rely on weekly! Just visit http://coachingforleaders.com/subscribe Thank you to Kenny Wheeler for the kind reviews on iTunes. If you would like to post review as well, it will be a huge help for all of us to grow the Coaching for Leaders community. If you use iTunes, just visit http://coachingforleaders.com/itunes and if you use Stitcher, please visit http://coachingforleaders.com/stitcher - and thank you in advance for your support!

Jan 26 2015
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Rank #18: 363: The Path of Humble Leadership, with Edgar Schein

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Edgar Schein & Peter Schein: Humble Leadership Ed Schein is Professor Emeritus of MIT s Sloan School of Management. He is the author of many books and publications, including the new book Humble Leadership*. Peter Schein is the cofounder and COO of the Organizational Culture and Leadership Institute and co-author of Humble Leadership. Key Points The [...]

Jul 30 2018
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Rank #19: 368: The Way to Take Ownership and More Questions

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Tom Henschel: The Look & Sound of Leadership Tom Henschel of Essential Communications grooms senior leaders and executive teams. An internationally recognized expert in the field of workplace communications and self-presentation, he has helped thousands of leaders achieve excellence through his work as an executive coach and his top-rated podcast, The Look & Sound of [...]

Sep 03 2018
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Rank #20: 223: Start With Why, with Simon Sinek

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Simon Sinek: Start with Why* and Leaders Eat Last* Questions from Mastermind members: How do you make these ideas part of the operating culture of the organization? —Mike I have listened to Simon's book, Why Leaders Eat Last. Simon provided a lot of examples of what he calls the circle of safety. His philosophy and ideas are rational. Does he have data to support that getting buy in on his philosophy is actually good for business by reducing costs or increasing profits? —Chris Quotes Companies should not be deciding their purpose or cause based on market research. That’s like a politician deciding what their vision is based on poll numbers. —Simon Sinek The first step to becoming that leader we wish we had is to actually want to be the leader. —Simon Sinek It’s about all about purpose and creating strong human relationships, and learning your “Why” gives you a massive advantage in decision-making. —Simon Sinek Fulfillment comes through service to others. When we make it about ourselves, it never really works. When we make it about others, it really feels amazing. —Simon Sinek If your kid has a bad report card, you don’t put him up for adoption, you get him a tutor. If someone has performance issues at the company, you don’t fire them, you coach them. —Simon Sinek Leadership is a process, and it requires commitment. —Simon Sinek The only way to find out if it will work is to do it. —Simon Sinek Leaders are not responsible for the numbers; leaders are responsible for the people responsible for the numbers. —Simon Sinek Resources Book: Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action* by Simon Sinek Book: Leaders Eat Last* by Simon Sinek TED talk: How great leaders inspire action Feedback Comments, questions, or feedback for future Q&A shows: http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback The next Q&A show is episode 225 Please join my weekly leadership guide. The leadership guide is delivered to your inbox each Wednesday and includes my thoughts and recommendations on the best articles, podcasts, videos, and books, to support your development between shows. As a bonus, when you join the weekly leadership guide, you'll get immediate access to my reader's guide listing the 10 Leadership Books that Will Help You Get Better Results From Others with brief summaries from me on the value of each book. Download the 11-page reader's guide and 9-minute video of these book recommendations. Visit http://coachingforleaders.com/subscribe Thank You Thank you to Jon Lokhorst for the kind review on iTunes. If you would like to post a review as well, it's a huge help in the growth of the Coaching for Leaders community. If you use iTunes, just visit http://coachingforleaders.com/itunes and thank you in advance for your support!

Dec 14 2015
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