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This is the official Instinctive Influencers Podcast. A show that not only entertains but also informs. Our dedication to our listeners and ourselves is to enrich lives in a manner that is considered to be lifelong learning. Our discussions, interviews, and Q&A shows are just part of the overall goal to help others become better at what they want in life and help them influence others. If you have a goal to influence yourself, family, friends, co-workers, or even strangers then this is the show for you. Brian and Ed welcome you to the Instinctive Influencers Podcast!

Instinctive Influencers Brian Webber & Ed Haley

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This is the official Instinctive Influencers Podcast. A show that not only entertains but also informs. Our dedication to our listeners and ourselves is to enrich lives in a manner that is considered to be lifelong learning. Our discussions, interviews, and Q&A shows are just part of the overall goal to help others become better at what they want in life and help them influence others. If you have a goal to influence yourself, family, friends, co-workers, or even strangers then this is the show for you. Brian and Ed welcome you to the Instinctive Influencers Podcast!

    Episode 76 - Look at How to Win Friends and Influence People - Part 1

    Episode 76 - Look at How to Win Friends and Influence People - Part 1

    Episode 76 – Look at How to Win Friends and Influence People
    Welcome to part 1 of a 3-part series on the book How to Win Friends and Influence People. This is an interesting read and we recommend you also get the book yourself for a more in-depth understanding. Brian & Ed will do their best to bring you the best content they can regarding the book. Enjoy!
     
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    Episode 75 - Washington's Leadership Lessons - Vision

    Episode 75 - Washington's Leadership Lessons - Vision

    Episode 75 – Washington’s Leadership Lessons - Vision
    This starts the beginning of a 15-part series on a book called “Washington’s Leadership Lessons”. Brian and Ed will be dissecting a book written by James C. Rees, Executive Director of Mount Vernon. Each chapter will be a new episode and this is Chapter 1…Vision.
     
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    Episode 74 - Leadership During Crisis - Part 2

    Episode 74 - Leadership During Crisis - Part 2

    Episode 74 – Leadership during Crisis – Part 2
    Part 2 will take you through the other six-point of leadership during crisis management. Brian & Ed these points of leadership during crisis management for further enable your ability to be an effective leader even during the worst of times.
     
    Divide Major Problems into Smaller Chunks
    Avoid a Circle-the-Wagons Mentality
    Display Optimism
    Prevent the Crisis through Disaster Planning
    Stay Calm and Provide Performance
    Be a Transformational Leader
     
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    Episode 73 - Leadership During Crisis - Part 1

    Episode 73 - Leadership During Crisis - Part 1

    Episode 73 – Leadership during Crisis – Part 1
    Leadership during a crisis can define you as a leader and everything Brian & Ed have discussed over the previous 72 episodes are what you need to be successful. A crisis is that defining moment that will show you your strengths and weaknesses.
    Brian & Ed answer a self-assessment you should look at yourself.
    I can make decisions and recommendations although under extreme time pressures.
    I stay composed when I have to deal with an urgent problem that is suddenly facing me.
    I almost never choke under pressure.
    When the pressure is heavy, I can give clear direction to other people.
    When someone else is facing a very difficult situation, I am reassuring and helpful.
    When faced with an emergency, I can make a good decision even without all the facts I need.
    When facing a major problem, I quickly get input from people who might have useful suggestions for dealing with the problem.
    If I am faced with a real mess that is mostly or partly my responsibility, I tell the truth about what happened.
    Brian & Ed then cover 6 of the twelve points of leadership during crisis management.
    Be decisive
    Lead with compassion
    Think Strategically (See the big picture)
    Communicate widely about the problem
    Reestablish the usual work routine
    Stick with constructive core values
     
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    Episode 72 - Humility...Let's not talk about me

    Episode 72 - Humility...Let's not talk about me

    Episode 72 – Humility…Let’s not talk about me
    “Humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less” – Rick Warren
    KEY POINTS
    Humility is an important but under-discussed value of leadership.
    Humble leaders are considered more approachable, forgiving of mistakes, and willing to acknowledge others' work, which can motivate employees to share ideas and work harder.
    Humility becomes more important as a leader's responsibility increases.
    Cultivating humility as a leader requires knowing when to ask for help, using inclusive language when talking about work and accomplishments, and giving credit to others.
    9 Reasons Humility Is the Key Ingredient to Exceptional Leadership and Influence
    The people we admire and feel most inspired to follow are those who do not have a need to showboat their accomplishments or convince others of their greatness. Showboats are more of a turn-off than a turn-on when it comes to leadership. We are most inspired by leaders who show exceptional character, who take pride in who they are and in what they have accomplished. Humble leaders use their skills, knowledge and experience to bring people together to increase productivity, improve quality of life, and create a positive culture. Leaders who come from humility use their success for the greater good, rather than for self-glorification.
    Humanity
    Balanced Authority
    Promote Others
    Acknowledge Others
    Collaborative
    Good Sport
    Powerful
    Integrity
    Grateful
    HOW TO BE A HUMBLE LEADER IN THREE SIMPLE STEPS
    Humble leaders are made, not born, and once made; they can slip into arrogance if they are not careful. Here are three ways to develop and preserve humility:
    Be a constant learner. It is almost impossible to be egocentric when you remain fully aware of how much you don't know. When I moved to the for-profit role, I should have accepted that I didn't fully understand the new financial system and sought help.
    Watch your pronouns. If you often use first-person pronouns like “I”, “me,” “my,” and “mine” when talking with your staff or others about your team's work, you are showing immaturity as a leader. Team members may object if you claim ownership of their work or results. Get in the habit of using third-person pronouns such as “we,” “our,” and “us” instead.
    Look for ways to give credit. Your team will be willing to go the extra mile if they know you will acknowledge their hard work. Giving credit to others, even when you have done much of the work, motivates employees.
     
     
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    • 1 時間57分
    Episode 71 - Memorial Day...Never Forget!

    Episode 71 - Memorial Day...Never Forget!

    Episode 71 – Memorial Day…Never Forget!
    Memorial Day is a time to remember those who have served and are no longer with us. We hope you enjoy this episode, but first and foremost please remember to honor our warriors who are gone.
    If you are interested in learning more about the many Medal of Honor Recipients, then please check out the following link: www.cmoh.org
     
     
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