The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast is a podcast all about leadership, change and personal growth. The goal? To help you lead like never before—in your church or in your business.
Carey interviews top business and church leaders like Seth Godin, Adam Grant, Nancy Duarte, Simon Sinek, Cal Newport, Patrick Lencioni, Tim Keller, Annie F. Downs, Andy Stanley, Craig Groeschel, Rob Pelinka, Michael Hyatt, Christine Caine, John Mark Comer, Henry Cloud, Gordon MacDonald, Francis Chan, Lysa TerKeurst, Ian Morgan Cron and many more.
For insightful posts on leadership, change and personal growth, episode transcripts and podcast show notes, go to www.careynieuwhof.com.
CNLP 459 | Michelle Williams on Destiny's Child, Staying Friends with Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland, and Why Success Can't Fulfill Unmet Needs
At age 20, Michelle Williams was approached by Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland to become the next member of Destiny's Child, a moment that changed her life. Michelle talks about the pressure of fame, public life, her battles with depression, why she's still great friends with Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé long after Destiny's Child disbanded, and why success can't fulfill unmet needs.
CNLP 458 | Kara Powell on Why Next Generation Leaders are So Focused on Identity, Belonging and Purpose and How to Embrace Them
Kara Powell returns to the podcast with fresh research on the three big questions the next generation is asking, centered on identity, belonging and purpose. As more and more young leaders struggle with anxiety, depression and life, Kara shares how you can respond.
CNLP 456 | Beth and Jeff McCord on How to Handle the Tricky Side (i.e. People Side) of Team Leadership, Using the Enneagram to Diffuse Tension and Get the Best from Your Leaders
YourEnneagramCoach.com founders Beth and Jeff McCord talk about how the Enneagram can help you better lead your team past misunderstandings and through conflict and tension toward a better future. Plus, they share how to further gain insight into how you're wired as a leader so you can lead better.
CNLP 456 | The Art of Charm's AJ Harbinger and Johnny Dzubak on the Journey to 250 Million Downloads, How to Boost Your Confidence and Communication, and Advice to Church Leaders
The path to success is almost never linear. AJ Harbinger and Johnny Dzubak started The Art of Charm over a decade ago and really had no idea of what it would become. 250 million downloads later, they share some of the struggles and high points, talk about how they teach young leaders communication and confidence skills, and give some advice to church leaders about what they wish was different.
CNLP 455 | Jessica Jackley on the Best Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs and Leaders, How to Separate Your Identity from Success and Failure, and Why Really Honest Feedback Matters
Jessica Jackley is a serial entrepreneur who shares her top lessons acquired as a founder of multiple ventures, including KIVA and Alltruists. She talks about what the most successful entrepreneurs and leaders have in common, what Oprah taught her about preparation, how to ensure that success and failure don't determine your identity, and why 'touchy feely' honest feedback is essential for growth.
CNLP 454 | Scott O'Neil, Former CEO of the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils on Recruiting Top Talent, Creating a Winning Culture and the Future of Sports
Scott O'Neil is the former CEO of the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils and author of Be Where Your Feet Are. Scott talks about why he stepped back as CEO of a massive sports franchise, how to build a winning culture, why ego is a killer, high standards, recruiting top talent and the future of sports.
Thoughtful, varied and helpful
Carey is warm and authentic host who asks great questions of interesting people. Very helpful for Christian leadership.
It may seem a little exaggerated to say this, but Carey and this podcast has restored my faith in leadership.
I have been listening to Carey's podcast now for almost 3 years. When I began listening (ep 219 was one of my first), I must admit that I was cynical and a little jaded towards the practice of leadership - even though I was leading. But as I listened week in, week out, I was gradually won over by Carey's candour and vulnerability, by his insightful questions, and by the fascinating stories of his guests. Slowly, I felt my perspective clear and my passion come back to life.
The breadth and depth of his guests has kept me fresh, developed new skills, deepened my thinking. It has richly and positively impacted not just my professional life, but my personal life as well. My family, my friends, and those I lead are grateful. Therefore, I am too.
Super helpful. So much insightful and practical content for churches and businesses alike. Thanks so much for making this, I bet so many people have been radically helped by it!!