Leadership Currency with Dr. Doug McKinley

Leadership Currency with Dr. Doug McKinley

Leadership is about who you are as well as what you do. If you are interested in learning more about yourself and how to lead, follow, and connect with those you work with, tune into this podcast hosted by Psychologist and Master Certified Coach, Doug McKinley. He addresses topics such as self-awareness, emotional agility, workplace cultures, diversity and inclusion. These podcasts are 30 minutes or less to accommodate your busy lifestyle.

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November 22, 2021 30 min
In part 2 of this podcast, Doug will continue the discussion of the salient elements of powerful executive presence.

These elements can not only raise your EP but set you up for maintaining it.
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Doug will share some his observations about how executives are expected to show up at work. It is commonly referred to as executive presence.

Working with clients regularly on this topic, Doug has encountered some interesting approaches to this commonly misunderstood term.
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November 9, 2021 46 min
The power of an effective female leader is inspiring and admirable. During this podcast Dr. McKinley is joined by three amazing next generation leaders.

All three of these women have established a strong leadership voice and a positive vision for people stepping into their potential. We cover topics such as #metoo, Diversity, Ethnicity & Inclusion, and developing leaders. You will be moved by their insights and inspired by thei...
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November 4, 2021 49 min
This podcast is about entrepreneurship. If you enjoy hearing stories and insights about how people start and succeed in business.

Today’s guests are not only next generational leaders (young) but they are also brothers. Listen in to how this family business has navigating startup and rapid growth.
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October 25, 2021 12 min
During this podcast, Dr. McKinley will talk through a model that demonstrates 3 mindsets that prevent leaders from being their best self.

The 3 distracting mindsets can be mediated by a more objective mindset. Listen in as we discuss cognitive “watch outs” that may be preventing you from thriving.
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Most people dread interpersonal conflict. There is good reason for it because most interpersonal conflict is experienced from an unhealthy perspective. In this podcast Dr. McKinley will share with you the lessons learned, research, and skills needed to reverse the ominous feeling and frequent outcomes people have regarding conflict. Doug will describe 3 types of conflict from a hostile vs hopeful perspective and these strategies wi...
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You don’t want to miss this podcast. Doug is joined by guest co-host Stephen and the Leadership Currency Podcast producer, Nick Redding.

Before becoming the podcast producer, Nick served in the Army from 2013 to 2019, in Aviation and Psychological Operation units.

This is a very lively and raw discussion with a military veteran about leadership, life, and things that matter.
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October 4, 2021 55 min
There is a a lot of information about great leadership but let’s be honest, for leaders to be great, they need to be effective.

Dr. McKinley and his guest cohost Steven Crooke address the 7 elements of effective leadership outlined in Jim Collins’ newest book entitled BE 2.0,

Doug and Steven use variations of these 7 elements when engaged with clients so they chose to share with you a colorful conversation about each of them. If you ...
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Leaders are more vulnerable than ever before to become burned out, messed up, and off track. Using the ancient wisdom from the Toltecs, Dr. McKinley will discuss the Four Agreements that every leader might consider before they start their day. Using this simple but effective tool, leaders can become more focused and less confused about things that don’t matter and free to lead and serve without unnecessary internal distractions.
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September 20, 2021 36 min
This podcast is a "freestyle" discussion about the need to overcome the social sins of our society as famously scripted by Ghandi. As leaders you will inevitably bump up against most if not all of these unfortunate situations people find themselves in. Being familiar with the negative impact can help you as leaders prevent and or dampen the likely unwanted consequences.

Dr. McKinley is joined by guests Tim Mohns and Yemi Ola...
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September 13, 2021 36 min
Today Doug is joined by guest co-host Tim Mohns. Tim is going to interview Doug on the “stealth agenda” for why Doug wants to lead this podcast. Why would you start do this podcast? Listen in and notice what motivates a psychologist turned coach to start a podcast when there are so many good ones already.
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August 31, 2021 29 min
On today’s podcast Doug talks about safe, effective, and situational communication and how each one can elevate your communication effectiveness.

Join us in discussing one of the most overlooked aspects of leadership: the impact of positive communication.
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There is an art to giving feedback to your colleagues and direct reports, as well as graciously receiving feedback from them.

Dr. McKinley addresses how to get better at both of these skills in this podcast. Giving and receiving feedback eludes many leaders. If you desire to strengthen this skill set, download this episode and get started!
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August 17, 2021 24 min
On today’s podcast we are exploring the power of effective communication.

Professional level communication is one of those rare skill sets that everyone can get better at.

This conversation will focus on both skills and mindset of being a highly effective communicator
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August 11, 2021 32 min
Most people agree that change is hard. Getting one person to change a habit is a challenge. Inviting a whole organization to change requires monumental effort.

On today’s podcast, Doug will share some of his insights, learning, and experience with leading organizational change via the consultant perspective.

He will be open and candid about the real issues facing all organizations should they choose to lead a change initiative.
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This podcast is the summary of comments of the four part series on the power of DiSC.

Listen for a deeper understanding of how DiSC can radically redirect how you lead yourself and others.
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The power of C comes from quality and accuracy. In a world where strategy and vision are overvalued, a C type leader always pays attention to the gaps in execution.

In today’s podcast Dr. McKinley is joined by another physician leader who has a Vice Chair responsibility in one of the largest Internal Medicine departments in the country. You will notice early on that this physician does not shy away from leadership and in fact positi...
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The power of S is most notably the connection with others and concern for them. There is no substitute for being able to engage others in a warm and caring way.

In today’s podcast Dr. McKinley is joined by a physician leader who has held the position of Section Chief, Department Chairman, Chief Medical Officer, and Executive Vice President of a regional health system. There is no end to his success, yet he will tell you his strength...
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Having natural enthusiasm and currency for influencing people are just a few of the common benefits of i power.

In today’s podcast Dr. McKinley is joined by colleague and friend Sandria Simmons who spent most of her career in the banking world. This industry tends to attract more D type people, yet Sandria had a very successful career in both lending and senior management with her primary style being an i. Never underestimate the c...
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Having natural energy and or currency for getting big things done and pushing yourself to the limit is just a few of the common benefits of D power.

In today’s podcast Dr. McKinley is joined by two entrepreneurial type D leaders, Tim Mohns and Andy Williames, who speak candidly about their natural energy.

This energy is often misunderstood as being negative or used to seek power over others. Don’t make that error in judgement as the ...
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