Your Evolving Leadership Journey

Your Evolving Leadership Journey

“Your Evolving Leadership Journey” is for anyone who believes continuous learning is part of the ongoing leadership journey. “Companies that did business from a foundation of love and purpose and practiced servant leadership produced a 1026 percent return to shareholders over a ten-year period, eight times more than the so-called Good to Great companies.” (Coetzer, 2019) With a slant towards servant leadership, Tom interviews contemporary authors to drill down on topics such as long-distance leadership, resilience, clarity, culture, developing others, individual behavior, persuasion, managing up, spiritual best practices, character, values, trust and more.... Show More

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April 13, 2020 57 min
Recent advances in the neuroscience of transformational leadership give people the ability to create and maintain purpose-driven organizational cultures that consistently and systematically live the principles of “servant leadership.” Such organizations achieve top performance – and are better places to work. Understanding the neural impacts of having a personal and organizational compelling purpose gives anyone the ability to achi...
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Carol’s Toxic Practice book disrupts commonly held beliefs to reveal: Why feedback undermines employee development, the impact feedback has on our 3 core human capabilities, and the alternative that leads to self-regulating employees. Utilizing examples from Carol’s decades of work, learn the flaws in the feedback trap and build conditions for employees to flourish for long-term success. Carol’s work is deeply rooted in the belie...
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Our bosses have enormous influence over our ability to succeed, thrive, and advance in our organizations, in our careers and in our own leadership journey. Establishing strong, productive working relationships with those above us is the single most effective way to accelerate success in any organization. Managing up is not about brown nosing, sucking up, or becoming a sycophant. It is about consciously and deliberatively developing...
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March 23, 2020 55 min
Every great leader is a great storyteller. And the first and most important part of being a great storyteller is knowing what stories to tell. After conducting over 300 one-on-one interviews with CEOs and executives in 25 countries around the world, author Paul Smith compiled a list of the most important ten stories any leader needs to be able to tell at a moment's notice. The 10 Great Stories Leaders Tell explores those 10 sto...
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Change Resilience: It is time for us to stop the fear, the conscious and subconscious that is associated with change and embrace the change that will prepare us for both our professional and personal life journey. Most people believe that they are far more change adapt than they truly are. Change is no longer an event; it is a new way of living and staying relevant. It is time to develop a new core competence called change resilien...
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Leadership is complex enough as it is. - How do you know whether tasks are getting done with remote teams? - Do your workers feel isolated? - Are they interacting with just you, or collaborating with the rest of the team? Wayne Turmel, co-author of “The Long Distance Leader,” addresses these questions and more. We’ll explore ways in which the Remote Leadership Institute (https://www.remoteleadershipinstitute.com/) teaches you to dr...
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Luke Peters wants to help your business. After making every mistake, he discovered tips for any small business that center on leadership and strategy, e.g., why is delegation is difficult? How do you give the right people more confidence to lead, build accountability but not micromanage, and, show key team members that you truly value their work? Luke and his wife started Newair alone and have grown to more than 50 people. Discove...
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February 24, 2020 54 min
Why not do what it takes to transform your life, your business, and your leadership skills? It’s actually very simple! Top achievers are readers, they think and act differently. That’s the simple reason they reach higher levels of success in their business and their life. Discover strategies and principles to change your thinking and change your life. Trust Based Leadership-proven ways to stop managing and start leading contai...
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The process of multiplying leadership lies at the heart of The 100X Leader. Using the metaphor of the TIbetan Sherpas, world-renowned guides who train themselves to climb mountains at elite levels, only to help the climbers they serve by helping them get to the top of the summit, Jeremie inspires people all over the world to take seriously their responsibility of becoming healthy themselves and then passing that health on to those ...
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Stephen and Mara Klemich, a husband and wife team, are the co-founders of Heartstyles and co-creators of the Heartstyles Indicator tool, a tool that measures effective and ineffective thinking and behaviour. They have been working in the corporate world for over 30 years, focusing on individual, team and organisational behaviour and cultural transformation. They both believe that the style of one’s life, character and leadership co...
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Again and again the growth of organizations outruns leader skills. If you’re one of those leaders, you know the result: As the job grows bigger than you, a world of unfamiliar challenges disorients you. You then hit a wall of ineffectiveness, a stall point. Your stall then escalates into a crisis. What Happens Now? helps you to embrace this reality, by showing how sophistication requires you to do things you’ve never done before–...
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Stephen and Mara Klemich, a husband and wife team, are the co-founders of Heartstyles and co-creators of the Heartstyles Indicator tool, a tool that measures effective and ineffective thinking and behaviour. They have been working in the corporate world for over 30 years, focusing on individual, team and organisational behaviour and cultural transformation. They both believe that the style of one’s life, character and leadership co...
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Good leadership is complicated. The kind of leadership that revitalizes a plateaued church or changes the direction of a declining business takes selfless courage and can’t be defined in just a few simple words. As a pastor with an extensive business background, Ron Edmondson understands the expectations that plague leaders in all circles of life. He has seen countless aspiring leaders give into “myths” about what it looks like t...
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Author of Find the Fire, Scott Mautz, shares why so many become so uninspired at work, and how they can fully reignite their passion for work (and in life). It turns out, when we're feeling uninspired, we ask ourselves the wrong question. Scott teaches the right question to ask and uncovers the most common and caustic inspiration draining forces -- The Anti-Muses. Stop the Anti-Muses and you start feeling inspired, happy, and u...
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How do the really exceptional CEOs get more done in less time than everyone else? What is their technique for getting their work done while still having the time to spend pursuing hobbies and spending quality time with their friends and family? The truth is that great and lazy CEOs know a secret when it comes to time management. Rather than spending a little time on a lot of things, the best CEOs spend most of their time eliminat...
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To accomplish your goals people must believe in you. In any endeavor, success is built on a foundation of character, communication and trust –– the building blocks of reputation. A positive reputation can mean the difference between failure and great success. Based on his book, The Power of Reputation, this episode will discuss how to create the kind of reputation that generates trust and paves the way for lasting success. We’ll di...
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Poor and ineffective leadership is evident in all spheres of life, especially in business. A possible reason for the current leadership crisis is the application of ineffective and self-serving leadership practices that only aim to achieve selfish and short-term objectives at the detriment and longevity of people, business, society, as well as the environment. Listen to a more effective and proven leadership approach to sustain pe...
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Jeff Tobe, M.Ed, CSP believes that effective servant leadership is based on three crucial assets: 1. Get CREATIVE – look at leadership from a new perspective 2. It’s not about you – servant leadership is an end-to-end EXPERIENCE 3. Get ENGAGED – it’s all about the people you lead and what they do under your guidance Join us as international speaker, author and trainer, Jeff Tobe shares his thoughts on 28 years of studying leaders...
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Stephen and Mara Klemich, a husband and wife team, are the co-founders of Heartstyles and co-creators of the Heartstyles Indicator tool, a tool that measures effective and ineffective thinking and behaviour. They have been working in the corporate world for over 30 years, focusing on individual, team and organisational behaviour and cultural transformation. They both believe that the style of one’s life, character and leadership co...
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Well Done are the words that drive any faith driven business leader to strive for excellence in building their business and ordering their life. Although Well Done has a noble connotation to it, many business leaders including myself have a difficult time describing and defining what Well Done looks like in the life of a business that is led by a person of faith. In this book, I will attempt to describe and practically apply the ...
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