Leadership Powered by Common Sense

Leadership Powered by Common Sense

Doug Thorpe is a performance-driven Senior Executive, Entrepreneur, Board Member, Thought Leader, and Consultant with more than 40 years of success in the financial services, executive coaching, oil & gas, and healthcare industries. Leveraging extensive experience in guiding business transformation for growth-oriented organizations, he is a trusted guide for mid-cap companies to large global enterprises requiring expert assistance with leadership development, team performance, employee engagement, culture shifts, and change management.

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May 19, 2022

When we think of truly high-performing teams, we often turn our attention to championship sports teams. Listen in this episode as I interview former NFL coach, Evan Burk. Evan climbed ...

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It is said what we consume for information will shape our attitude. How is your consumption going? How's that working out for you?

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Good leaders build great teams. But reality tells us that sometimes teams start to fail, get disorganized and become dysfunctional. How do you fix that? In this episode, I visit ...

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Effective leadership demands whole-body presence. Leaders who achieve the most typically have good habits and disciplines to help them maximize the way they show up in the moment. In this ...

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People spend their whole life pursuing a path that can leave them feeling unfulfilled. You have doubts about the journey. In this episode, we are talking with Tony Martignetti who ...

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In this episode, we explore why some companies grow exponentially while others merely plod along. My guest is Aaron Bare. Aaron has worked with dozens of Fortune 500 big brand ...

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We all have some default modes we revert to in our day-to-day lives. Like picking toothpaste, we seldom put much thought into that kind of activity. But what happens when ...

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These days, employees are looking for more from their employers. Yet bosses are struggling to figure that out. In this episode, my guest. Dea (Dee-ah) Irby explains a simple answer ...

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We all face change in our daily lives. You can ride the tide or direct the flow. Your choice. Yet making meaningful choices about change requires digging deeper to find ...

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Chandler Walker is my special guest. He has developed a new way to think about sales. It grew from his early childhood, trying to navigate his home life having a ...

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In this episode, I visit with Maggie Perotin, a business and leadership coach specializing in helping service-based entrepreneurs with clarity and tools to exceed their business goals and transform into ...

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Charismatic leaders seem to possess an effortless ability to influence, captivate, charm, and inspire people to action. Whether it is through grace, passion, or unshakable confidence, charismatic people can rouse ...

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Join me with my guest Greg Offner as he explains this very important aspect of creating high-performing teams. Greg knows a good bit about being a high performer. He has ...

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Join me as Leni Rivera and I explore the new normal and what the new workplace experience might be about. Listen for : Ideas managers and owners can use to ...

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We’re talking about living a purposeful life. Plus ways that this mindset can impact leaders in the workplace. In this episode, my guest is David R. Edwards. David served in ...

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In this episode, Liam Naden explains his journey to understand success. What he discovered is not at all what you think. Speaker, teacher, author, and researcher, Liam Naden helps individuals ...

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the New Workplace are topics leaders are struggling to solve. If you have been challenged by finding the best ways to answer these tough questions, ...

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You’re going to be surprised! My guest for this episode of Leadership Powered by Common Sense is Henry Kurkoski. Henry created and runs a technology company, splitting his own time ...

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In this episode, my guest Richard Flint explores the key aspects of human behavior that drive leadership. Join us in this fun, carefree, yet serious look at what drives exceptional ...

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Yes, folks, this episode is made for helping you understand podcasting. If you own a business or have a hobby you want to share, podcasting is the new modern media for getting your story out there.

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