Podcast: Thought Leaders

Episode 41: Purpose Filled Leadership – Interview with Scott Landis

Purposeful work isn’t just for Millennials and Gen Z. Not only are CEOs allowed to align life, work, and purpose together; one could easily argue you HAVE to align them if you hope to be an effective leader in 2022 and beyond. Your employees demand purpose filled lives and work for themselves, so here’s your…

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Episode 40: Building Your Personal Board of Directors – Interview with Jimmy Z

It’s often said the two loneliest jobs in the universe are Pastor and CEO, and a survey by the Harvard Business Review said 6 out of 10 CEOs believe loneliness hinders their own job performance. Always in the spotlight. Never allowed an off day. Always expected to have answers. Never allowed to feel lost. Always…

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Episode 39: Staying Ahead of the Digital Curve: The Point of PR is not PR

You, too, can be intentional and strategic to become a force in the digital landscape.  Join our interview with Amy Rosenberg, Founder and President of Veracity, to learn how to leverage current news and employee passions to position your company’s core values and culture, connect with internal and external audiences, elevate your visibility, and position…

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Episode 38: Shaping Stories That Drive Action with Jamie Dixon

Making people do things is far less effective than making them WANT to do things, and great leaders understand this. Leadership is far more about influence than authority, and perhaps the most underutilized influence tool in your toolbox is storytelling. Check out our engaging conversation with Jamie Dixon, author of The Story Habit, to learn how…

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Episode 36: Why You Should Care About the Triple Bottom Line – Interview with Abe Tannenbaum

What exactly does it mean to be a missional business? Is it the same as a non-profit? How can you attend to the needs of your local communities and better steward the planet’s finite resources without sacrificing profitability? It’s not easy, but the benefits of managing a Triple Bottom Line can be significant in revenue,…

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Episode 35: Leveraging Content and Maximizing Mindset: Interview with Fernando Camacho

Building a strong business with long-term success requires many different things all working together. And being an effective leader requires the right mindset and skills to help you move that business forward. Both business and the leader need to continuously improve and work together to reach their full potential. Tune in for a special episode with…

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Episode 34: Building a Winning Organization – Interview with Randy Mueller

Who better to talk about building winning organizations than life-long NFL Executive Randy Mueller, winner of the 2000 NFL Executive of the Year award with the New Orleans Saints? Join us as we journey from small-town Idaho to one of the winningest college football programs of all time, and then into multiple NFL front offices…

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Episode 33: Building an Incredibly Fun and Supportive Company Culture: Interview with Drew Harden

Laughter is scientifically proven to activate the release of the mood-boosting hormones dopamine and serotonin while simultaneously reducing the anxiety and stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol. And a 2015 workplace study found happier employees are 12% more productive than unhappy employees. So, if laughter is the best medicine, when’s the last time you and your…

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Episode 32: Checking-In to High Performance

What if we told you there’s a way to conduct every business meeting to bring greater engagement, more creativity, more productivity, tighter teamwork, higher energy, and a better overall culture? Would it be worth an hour of your time to listen to this episode to find out how? Tune in as we put our very…

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Episode 30: What if Your Employees Were Volunteers?

Employee average tenure declined again according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ latest figures, continuing an almost decade-long trend. And as you might imagine, millennials and Gen Z employees are even less likely to remain in their current roles than Boomers and Gen Xers. What’s a CEO to do when the employees you need for…

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