Leadership is a lifestyle choice, regardless of what title you hold, everyone is born to lead. It’s just a matter of choosing to lead and making a difference to someone else’s life.
Our guests will talk about the unspoken truths of leadership, the darkside and the learnings from dealing with conflict with integrity.
The Connector's Advantage
In this episode, Michelle Tillis Lederman shares with us her journey from the experience in corporate America and how her time in the financial industry has inspired her to create her own career in training executives in leadership and communications. She shares with us what the connector’s advantage is, how you can build better quality relationships by changing environments. Why conflicts are valuable and how you can use them to your advantage.
Moving Forward Leadership
In this episode, Scott McCarthy takes us on his journey on how he grew up alongside leadership based skills, roles and hobbies throughout his whole childhood to now. How to find your own leadership style. Why it’s important to plan and build your team for the long-term vision. The importance of communication in any forms of relationships that you have in your life. How to communicate more effectively so that you avoid any potential conflicts that could arise from any misunderstandings.
The TAO of Self-Confidence
In this episode, Sheena Yap Chan shares with us the struggles with lack of Asian representation growing up as a child in Canada. How you can build self-confidence and why you must become the change you want to see in the world. Why a win for 1 Asian person is a win for all Asian people.
The Power of Video Podcasting
In this episode, Mark Savant shares with us his personal journey from living a typical lifestyle to helping others online. How he’s transitioned from a user to a practitioner and leverage the tools. He also shares why it’s not too late to get started on YouTube and why Video content is still going to be very popular in years to come. It is not just the production of the videos but the process of growth and development throughout. Why engaging with your audience is so important.
Developing Five-Star Management Teams
In this episode, Ralph Peterson shares with us how he got into management when he was 16 years old and what that had taught him about management and leadership. How he’s learned how to have difficult conversations with difficult people and solve the problems that occur. The biggest mistakes that he sees in organisations with management. How to develop and build five-star management teams that go above and beyond for you as well as for your clients.
Principles of Pencil Leadership
In this episode, Chris Anderson shares with us his journey in how his passion in sports and helping people helped shape his journey as a Success & Lifestyle Coach. His journey led him to getting a Master's in Health and Human Performance so that he can help others and finding his own passion.