102 episodes

No Bullsh!t Leadership is a podcast for experienced leaders who want to become truly exceptional leaders. Each week, your host Martin Moore shares the secrets of high performance leadership; the career accelerators that you can't learn in business school, and your boss is unlikely to share with you. Step away from the theoretical view on leadership, and learn from a successful CEO who's already walked the path.

No Bullsh!t Leadership Your CEO Mentor

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No Bullsh!t Leadership is a podcast for experienced leaders who want to become truly exceptional leaders. Each week, your host Martin Moore shares the secrets of high performance leadership; the career accelerators that you can't learn in business school, and your boss is unlikely to share with you. Step away from the theoretical view on leadership, and learn from a successful CEO who's already walked the path.

    Keeping the Ones You've Got: Talent retention

    Keeping the Ones You've Got: Talent retention

    What keeps your people engaged, motivated, and committed? This week, we explore the world of talent retention.

    Staff turnover is expensive, but it's not always undesirable. How do you keep the people you want, and turn over the ones you don't?

    Obviously, if you get the right people on the team in the first place, life's a lot easier. And if you pay them enough, you can actually take money off the table as a retention issue.

    But how do you lead your people in a way that makes them want to stay? And what do you do with your 'precocious' talent?

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    The final 2020 cohort of Leadership Beyond the Theory starts on the 31st August - don't miss out on your spot! Join the waitlist now and learn more about the program at www.yourceomentor.com/program

    • 17 min
    Where To From Here? 100th Episode Special

    Where To From Here? 100th Episode Special

    Episode #100 // Today, we're going to take a quick breather from our normal content, and talk about all things Your CEO Mentor related to celebrate our 100th episode!

    In this episode, Em and I talk about our first two years of operation, and our bold plans for the future.

    Em will tell the story of how she actually convinced me to set up Your CEO Mentor with her in the first place, and we're going to take a behind-the-scenes look at how I landed my book publishing deal in the US! We'll also chat about my plans to relocate to the US in 2021.

    If you love the podcast, I'm sure you'll find this pretty interesting!

    To celebrate our 100th episode we'd love for you to go to your favourite episode, take a screenshot of it, post it onto whatever social media channel you use and tag us in it so that we can see what you're loving and we can connect with you.

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    Don't Play One Season Too Many: When it's time to go

    Don't Play One Season Too Many: When it's time to go

    Episode #99 // How would you know if you've reached your use-by date in a role?

    Great organisations rise and fall - very few stand the test of time. What's the connection between the executives that run these exceptional businesses, and their eventual demise?

    In this episode, we look at some of the reasons for organisational failure and why, individually, we tend to lose our effectiveness over time.

    How do you avoid the pitfalls that successful leaders encounter, which can result in the eventual decline of even great organisations?

    • 17 min
    Effective Delegation: Q&A with Marty and Em

    Effective Delegation: Q&A with Marty and Em

    There have been a couple of questions that we've seen appearing as common themes over the past few months, so Em and I thought we'd tackle them today in a Q&A!

    First, we answer a question from Dave, who asked about effective delegation:
    "How, why, and when should you delegate, and how do you ensure outcomes are achieved?"

    This is a common question that cuts across many of the themes we talk about and provide leadership tools for in No Bullsh!t Leadership, so it's a good opportunity to bring some of these together.

    We then tackle Jenni's question:
    "Do you have any strategies or tips for managing contractors and partnerships?"

    Just a few weeks ago, in Episode 95, we dealt with outsourcing, and this question flows on really well. What do you do with an agreement once it is struck?

    • 17 min
    Addiction in the Workplace: Managing the fallout

    Addiction in the Workplace: Managing the fallout

    Episode #97 // Many people suffer from addictions, and they don't check them in at the door when they turn up to work each day - their choice is to either function through their dysfunction, or lose their job.

    How should we, as leaders, handle incidences of addiction in our people? What are the boundaries we should maintain, and how much slack should we cut people who suffer from these issues?

    We look at why no team is immune to the effects of addiction, the link between substance abuse and impairment, and the role of social culture in the workplace.

    This is an incredibly tricky topic, so if this brings up anything for you, please reach out to one of the many organisations who can help such as Lifeline.



    Some of our listeners have also reached out with their recommended resources:

    • Hello Sunday Morning
    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    • 15 min
    Performance Reviews: Valuable or destructive?

    Performance Reviews: Valuable or destructive?

    Episode #96 // As we've just hit the end of the Australian 2020 Financial Year, a lot of our local listeners are about to step into the performance review cycle, and go through the gruelling schedule of meetings, documentation, and feedback.

    Episode #96 // This episode examines the trend of major companies going away from the annual performance review process, and replacing it with regular, timely feedback from leaders to their people at all levels of the organization.

    What could possibly go wrong?

    In this episode I take a deep dive into the performance review cycle, looking at some of the pros and cons, and what you need to do to ensure it remains a valuable tool for your organization.

    • 17 min

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