42 episodes

The Elevate podcast is for leaders and entrepreneurs who are looking to grow their success in life and business. The episodes will help you to clarify your vision and create traction in your business. How would it feel to have more focus, flow and fun in your life? Join me weekly to find out how.

Elevate with Adam Harris Adam Harris

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

The Elevate podcast is for leaders and entrepreneurs who are looking to grow their success in life and business. The episodes will help you to clarify your vision and create traction in your business. How would it feel to have more focus, flow and fun in your life? Join me weekly to find out how.

    Is Quiet Quitting a New Concept?

    Is Quiet Quitting a New Concept?

    In this week's episode I am talking about something we have been reading about a lot of late. The concept of quiet quitting. Is this a new concept or is the phrase irrelevant to the discussion that is truly needed?

    I discuss:


    why only 15% of the workforce are actively engaged
    is quiet quitting actually what is happening in our work force?
    what does engagement mean for employees and employers
    whose responsibility is it to ensure that employees are engaged and happy
    is there clarity within your organisation

    I would love to hear your feedback about quiet quitting and if it is impacting you or your organisation.

     

    About Adam:

    I am a Certified EOS® Implementer and an executive leadership coach. I work with CEO’s, managing directors, their boards and leadership teams as well as aspiring leaders who want to climb the corporate ladder. I help them achieve greater results for their teams, their businesses and themselves. How? By taking them from where they are to where they want to get to. I do that not by answering their questions, but by questioning their questions. By being Frank and Fearless. I ask tough questions and encourage my clients to say what they really think. I create space to enable them to stop, pause and reflect. Out of that space comes clarity and real opportunities for growth. I help my clients do incredible things. I help them understand that good and bad things happen. Life goes on regardless. What matters is your perspective and how you react to the shit that happens to you. What you get out of life depends on how you navigate your way through it.

    Website: https://www.eosworldwide.com/adam-harris

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frankandfearlessleadership/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aharris1/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frankandfearlessleadership/

    • 19 min
    The Impact of Accountability

    The Impact of Accountability

    In this week's episode I am talking to Marshall Krupp, CEO of Peer Executive Boards and an EOS Implementer. Marshall is a great friend of mine and we explore topics that are important for leaders to ensure their organisations are high performing. A key element of this podcast is the importance of accountability. We discuss:

    - the importance of communication

    - how we can learn from failures and turn them into opportunities

    - how to find the 'room' you should be in

    - tapping into curiosity around simplicity

    - how EOS provides simple provable tools for organisations

     

    About Marshall:

     Marshall Krupp is a motivational speaker, trained group facilitator, and a highly sought after personal and business coach for high performing career minded individuals, entrepreneurs and executives in Southern California. Marshall leads several local and national face-to-face and virtual peer advisory groups with a high level of insight, experience, and success. These groups focus on offering tools, techniques, mentoring and support that leads to better results and greater personal and professional success.

    Marshall is a trained Implementer with EOS® (Entrepreneurial Operating System®) and provides training and implementation of the use of Traction® Tools Software for EOS®. Through the use of the EOS® simple concepts and practical tools, Marshall guides entrepreneurs, executives and leadership teams, and entire organizations to attain full potential, to become crystal clear on their Vision, much more disciplined and accountable in execution, gaining consistent Traction®, and advancing as a healthy, functional, cohesive teams.

     

    Marshall has a 45-year successful career as a strategic advisor and coach to executives and management teams of private businesses, public agencies, and non-profit organizations offering management and leadership consultation focused on a variety of topics such as strategic planning, decision-making, conflict resolution, accountability and performance, culture creation, key performance indicator, public relations, business development, sales and marketing, financial planning, personal and personnel motivation, and business transformations.

    Marshall has overseen over $3 billion in client assets and has guided business development and strategic planning for over 1,000 enterprises.Website: www.peerexecutiveboards.com and www.EOSworldwide.com/marshall-krupp

    About Adam:

    I am a Certified EOS® Implementer and an executive leadership coach. I work with CEO’s, managing directors, their boards and leadership teams as well as aspiring leaders who want to climb the corporate ladder. I help them achieve greater results for their teams, their businesses and themselves. How? By taking them from where they are to where they want to get to. I do that not by answering their questions, but by questioning their questions. By being Frank and Fearless. I ask tough questions and encourage my clients to say what they really think. I create space to enable them to stop, pause and reflect. Out of that space comes clarity and real opportunities for growth. I help my clients do incredible things. I help them understand that good and bad things happen. Life goes on regardless. What matters is your perspective and how you react to the shit that happens to you. What you get out of life depends on how you navigate your way through it.

    Website: https://www.eosworldwide.com/adam-harris

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frankandfearlessleadership/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aharris1/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frankandfearlessleadership/

     

    • 46 min
    What's in a Question?

    What's in a Question?

    In this week's episode we hear from our Frank and Fearless associate coach Kelly Feehan who talks to us about questions. She tells some of her top questions that she has been asked in coaching and the ones she asks a coach. Not only does consider questions in terms of coaching and bringing people close to their goals but also how to consider what barriers have arisen. The questions in this episode are not just for coaches but for managers and leaders alike. How do you use questions with your team to empower them?

    About Kelly Feehan:

    Kelly has worked exclusively in the public and not for profit sectors which has included everything from frontline case work to Senior Leadership roles. The common factor in all of her roles has been empowering people to move forward from where they are now to where they want to be. This can be work place or employment goals, to much bigger questions around purpose and satisfaction. She is particularly motivated by working with individuals who are looking at changing direction or those who have big aspirations for their lives!  As a coach Kelly specialises particularly in facilitating mastermind groups. She has personal experience of being part of mastermind groups over the years to develop her own senior leadership positions and brings all this experience across to merge it with her coaching experience. 

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-feehan-47b3a472/

    • 8 min
    The Resistance to Coaching

    The Resistance to Coaching

    In this week's episode coach Kelly Feehan introduces herself on the podcast and talks about the power of coaching. She also talks about some of the concerns she had when she first came to coaching and the emotions that came from that. She shares her journey from feeling that coaching was not for her to becoming a coach herself. This is an honest insight into how she felt and how others might feel as they embark on a coaching relationship. 

    About Kelly Feehan:

    Kelly has worked exclusively in the public and not for profit sectors which has included everything from frontline case work to Senior Leadership roles. The common factor in all of her roles has been empowering people to move forward from where they are now to where they want to be. This can be work place or employment goals, to much bigger questions around purpose and satisfaction. She is particularly motivated by working with individuals who are looking at changing direction or those who have big aspirations for their lives!  As a coach Kelly specialises particularly in facilitating mastermind groups. She has personal experience of being part of mastermind groups over the years to develop her own senior leadership positions and brings all this experience across to merge it with her coaching experience. 

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-feehan-47b3a472/

    • 9 min
    The Power of Peers with Leo Botarry

    The Power of Peers with Leo Botarry

    In this week's episode I am talking to Leo Bottary, an expert in the power of peers. We talk about the importance of our peers and how they can support us in our leadership positions. We discuss the ways in which people can feel connected within their organisations and how even with a work from home culture there are still ways to help people feel part of the team. We talk about the effects lockdowns had on teams with some surprising benefits. We also talk about the importance of the people we surround ourselves with and how the workplace in these modern times demands leaders who can work within a culture of openness, transparency and vulnerability. Leo will truly open your eyes to the huge benefits of working with peers. 

     

    About Leo:Leo Bottary is the founder and managing partner of Peernovation, LLC. An award-winning author of three books, including Peernovation: What Peer Advisory Groups Can Teach Us About Building High PerformingTeams (November 2020), he is also a speaker, podcaster, adjunct professor for Rutgers University, and Opinion Columnist and Advisory Board Member for CEOWORLD magazine. Leo’s first book, which he co-authored with former Vistage CEO Leon Shapiro, The Power of Peers: How the Company You Keep Drives Leadership Growth & Success (2016), explored how and why formal peer groups for CEOs and business leaders are so effective. His second book, What Anyone Can Do: How Surrounding Yourself with the Right People Will Drive Change, Opportunity, and Personal Growth (2018), examined the power of enlisting and engaging the complete circle of the people who surround us in both formal and informal settings.Prior to teaching at Rutgers, Leo was an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University, where he led graduate-level online and on-campus learning teams studying leadership and strategic communication. In April 2015, he was named adjunct teacher of the year for Seton Hall’s College of Communication and the Arts.Earlier in his career, Leo led corporate communications at Vistage Worldwide (2010-2016) and served in senior leadership positions at Mullen and Hill+Knowlton.  In the mid-1990s, he founded a public relations agency that a leading trade publication hailed as a regional powerhouse, new media pioneer, and great place to work. Leo earned a BA from Jacksonville University, an MA in Strategic Communication and Leadership from Seton Hall, and completed his doctoral coursework at Northeastern.

    Website: https://leobottary.com/

    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leobottary/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/leobottary

     

    About Adam:

    I am a Certified EOS® Implementer and an executive leadership coach. I work with CEO’s, managing directors, their boards and leadership teams as well as aspiring leaders who want to climb the corporate ladder. I help them achieve greater results for their teams, their businesses and themselves. How? By taking them from where they are to where they want to get to. I do that not by answering their questions, but by questioning their questions. By being Frank and Fearless. I ask tough questions and encourage my clients to say what they really think. I create space to enable them to stop, pause and reflect. Out of that space comes clarity and real opportunities for growth. I help my clients do incredible things. I help them understand that good and bad things happen. Life goes on regardless. What matters is your perspective and how you react to the shit that happens to you. What you get out of life depends on how you navigate your way through it.

    Website: https://www.eosworldwide.com/adam-harris

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frankandfearlessleadership/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aharris1/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frankandfearlessleadership/

     

    • 52 min
    August Reflections

    August Reflections

    In a month that has been plagued with illness I want to reflect on how we can take time to recover, what surrender means in life and business and some fun things that have happened. Just a quick short one but an important one.

    About Adam:I am a Certified EOS® Implementer and an executive leadership coach. I work with CEO’s, managing directors, their boards and leadership teams as well as aspiring leaders who want to climb the corporate ladder. I help them achieve greater results for their teams, their businesses and themselves. How? By taking them from where they are to where they want to get to. I do that not by answering their questions, but by questioning their questions. By being Frank and Fearless. I ask tough questions and encourage my clients to say what they really think. I create space to enable them to stop, pause and reflect. Out of that space comes clarity and real opportunities for growth. I help my clients do incredible things. I help them understand that good and bad things happen. Life goes on regardless. What matters is your perspective and how you react to the shit that happens to you. What you get out of life depends on how you navigate your way through it. Website: https://www.eosworldwide.com/adam-harris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frankandfearlessleadership/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aharris1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frankandfearlessleadership/

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

The Big GH ,

Thought provoking

I'm really enjoying this podcast. Adam interviews his guests in a way that really seems to bring something useful to the conversation in a way that not all interview style podcasts manage. As well as being entertaining, there's always something useful to think about and use to improve your own leadership. Definitely recommended!

AndyLopata ,

Makes me think

A very enjoyable and thought provoking new leadership podcast. I came away with some new ideas and feeling challenged to take action.

FiercePM ,

Frank and Fearless

Adam embodies Frank and Fearless, encouraging us to be honest with ourselves and to grow by stretching out of our comfort zone. The podcast is jam packed with thoughtful insights , enjoyable to listen to

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