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 https://careynieuwhof.com/.
CNLP 502 | Vanessa Van Edwards on How to Become More Charismatic, the Precise Reasons Some TED Talks and Speeches Go Viral, and the Body Language Cues You Need to Avoid
Bestselling author Vanessa Van Edwards has studied thousands of hours of TED talks and shares what TED talk speakers whose talks go viral do versus what other non-viral TED talk speakers do. She also explains the key ingredients to being charismatic, and the top body language cues to avoid if you want to be effective. Get more on this episode by going to https://careynieuwhof.com/episode502.
CNLP | Bonus | Andy Stanley on How Making Sure the Right Leadership Decisions Get Made
In this episode of The Art of Leadership Daily, Carey and Andy Stanley discuss how great leaders surround themselves with smarter people than they are and how they ensure the right decisions get made. Check out more by going to http://theartofleadershipdaily.com/.
CNLP 501 | Seth Godin on The Beatles, Why He Has No Staff, How to Change Your News Inputs, and the Future of the Planet
Seth Godin returns to the podcast and discusses his take on The Beatles, why he has no staff, why he never listens to the news but continues to get great ideas from other sources, and the future of the planet. Get more on this episode by going to https://careynieuwhof.com/episode501.
CNLP 500 | Karyn Gordon on How to Control Anxiety in Leadership, What Insecure and Arrogant Leaders Have in Common, and What Makes for Great Leadership
Wall Street Journal bestselling author, TED talk speaker and DK Leadership CEO and co-founder, Dr. Karyn Gordon, explains how anxiety and control are related, why insecure and arrogant leaders have the same root issues, and the ingredients that make for great leadership. For more on this episode, go to https://careynieuwhof.com/episode500.
CNLP 499 | Daniel Pink on His Writing Habits, Speechwriting for Al Gore, Why People are Floundering with Negative Emotions, and How Religion Can Help
Multiple New York Times bestselling author, Daniel Pink, returns to the podcast and shares his writing habits, his time in politics including speechwriting for Al Gore, why people are floundering with what to do with negative emotions, and how a religious framework can help. Get more from this episode by going to https://careynieuwhof.com/episode499.
CNLP 498 | Albert Tate on How to Avoid Being Triggered in Conversations About Race, Being Called the N Word in 7th Grade, and How to Steward Whiteness
Albert Tate talks about how to avoid being triggered in conversations about race, being called the N word for the first time in 7th grade, white supremacy and white privilege, and steps you can take to steward the privilege you have. Get more on this episode by visiting https://careynieuwhof.com/episode498.
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!!