Your leadership path should be a journey of purpose; the intersection of your gifts and how those gifts can serve others. Kevin Cashman, best-selling author, global thought leader and CEO Coach, joins Kevin to discuss growth; both personal and leadership. He also offers insight into the 3rd Edition of Leadership From the Inside Out, originally published 20 years ago. In today’s world, so-called soft skills no longer can be dismissed as “nice-to-haves.” His research shows they are foundational for high performance and enduring value creation.
We all dream big and yet we keep adding things to our to-do list keeping us from those dreams. Further, we boast about checking 20 tasks off our list by 8:30 AM, yet did you ask yourself if that task really needed to be done? Lisa Bodell, founder, and CEO of futurethink and author of Why Simple Wins, joins Kevin to chat about simplicity in organizations. Lisa goes over questions we can ask to help define simplicity and what can leaders do to recognize the activities that suck time and those that create value.
The dreaded presentation. The word may cause you to feel some anxiety because you are the presenter or you because you are in the audience. Today, Joey Asher, author and coach, talks about going beyond the presentation. Leaders at all levels need to give more than just the data. Their audience, their listeners, their employees, need the story behind the data to make a real connection.
In this episode, Joey discusses 1. The importance of presentation skills to leaders. 2. Fundamental principles to enhancing presentations. 3. The impact of Q&A.
Goals and vision are important to organizational growth and if we cannot connect with our employees do they work? Cortney McDermott, author of Change Starts Within You and former CEO, helps us understand that people come to change in a variety of ways. Leaders need to come from a place of a strong shared vision and move people to their genius.
In this episode, Kevin and Cortney discuss: