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Explore the timeless principles and virtues that accompany successful and admirable leaders, as Scott Monty interviews executives, authors, and entrepreneurs.

Timeless Leadership Timeless & Timely

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Explore the timeless principles and virtues that accompany successful and admirable leaders, as Scott Monty interviews executives, authors, and entrepreneurs.

    #48 Tom Peters' Compact Guide to Excellence

    #48 Tom Peters' Compact Guide to Excellence

    Tom Peters should be a familiar face around these parts. He was first with us on Episode 9 of Timeless Leadership, when we talked about the concept of extreme humanism.
    The topic hasn’t changed much, but the format certainly has. Tom’s latest book, Tom Peters’ Compact Guide to Excellence, is a collaboration with award-winning designer Nancye Green, bringing Tom’s most poignant work to life in a new way.
    For anyone who wants to know what’s important in business — no, make that what’s important in life — Tom’s book is a must-read.
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    Links: Book: Tom Peters’ Compact Guide to Excellence (Amazon) Tom Peters’ website David Brooks on resume virtues vs. eulogy virtues in “The Moral Bucket List” (New York Times gift article) The Tyranny of Metrics by Jerry Z. Muller Management Lessons from the Mayo Clinic by Leonard Berry The Whiz Kids from Ford Motor Company How do you measure leadership? (Y Combinator)  

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    #47 The Imperia Code

    #47 The Imperia Code

    What do you get when you combine the fiery personality of a food influencer with a vision to empower women’s social impact projects around the globe, backed by the power of the U.S. Department of State?
    You get IMPERIA, Jennifer Iannolo’s global incubator that is connecting creative and motivated minds from 195 countries.
    What made Jennifer go from a food podcast network to a global impact entrepreneur? What kinds of projects and success stories does the incubator already have? And who are the people who make up the partners and participants in this impressive mission?
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    Links: Imperia Jennifer’s website Connect with Jennifer on LinkedIn and Twitter  
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    #46 Live Life in Crescendo

    #46 Live Life in Crescendo

    How can you feel fulfilled and live your best life at any stage of your development?
    Whether you’re enduring a midlife crisis, grappling with the effects of ageism in the workplace, or feeling as if you’ll never achieve the level of success you once did (or even a level you had once hoped for) — this discussion is for you.
    The late Stephen R. Covey spent his career inspiring millions to make their lives more effective, compassionate, and meaningful. And his daughter Cynthia Covey Haller co-wrote and published his final book posthumously — a book that Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People — felt was his greatest work yet.
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    Links: Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work Is Always Ahead of You (Amazon) Why Doesn’t Success Doesn’t Bring Happiness? (Laura Gassner Otting TEDx Talk) Timeless Leadership Ep. #1: Luck (with Laura Gassner Otting) David Brooks on eulogy virtues (New York Times - gift article) The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey (Amazon) Bridle Up Hope  
    Music Maurice Ravel - Bolero
    Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Kenneth Jean, conductor
    Naxos 8.550173
    Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
     
    Contact To reach Scott to discuss a public speaking engagement, or to talk about his leadership advisory and coaching services, please email timeless@scottmonty.com
    Twitter: @scottmonty

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    #45 Say Thank You For Everything

    #45 Say Thank You For Everything

    To disabuse you of what might be your first reaction: this is interview is not about gratitude — although that’s part of one of the lessons.
    Jim Edwards sent out an email years ago with 19 bits of advice for a colleague who was taking a leadership position. Little did he realize that the email would not only be a set of timeless principles for any manager, but that he would add more to it — including many true, harrowing, and funny anecdotes — enough to warrant an entire book.
    Jim joins Timeless Leadership to discuss many of these stories, as well as tactics and strategies to help you become a more effective leader, no matter what level of management you’re in.
    You’ll especially want to hear the story about his worst job that led to him discovering the three most important things about leadership.
     
    Links Leadership Is About Translation Say Thank You For Everything: The secrets of being a great manager – strategies and tactics that get results Jim Edwards' site Connect with Jim on Twitter (@Jim_Edwards) and LinkedIn Contact To reach Scott to discuss a public speaking engagement, or to talk about his leadership advisory and coaching services, please email timeless@scottmonty.com

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    #44 Innovators Who Changed the World

    #44 Innovators Who Changed the World

    The world is a by-product of innovation. We know the names of famous innovators — people like Albert Einstein, Sir Isaac Newton, and Socrates — for every one of them, there have been thousands of anonymous innovators.
    But there are common themes we can find in the stories of innovators and Dr. Jim Webb takes us through some of those stories in his new book Innovators Who Changed the World: Timeless Leadership Lessons from West Point, Green Berets, Sherlock Holmes, and Wall Street.
    Jim joins us to talk about the leadership lessons he draws from these, plus others in his book that include such a variety of topics and personalities as judo, the Army Rangers, J.P. Morgan, Manchester United, and more.
     
    Links Innovators Who Changed the World: Timeless Leadership Lessons from West Point, Green Berets, Sherlock Holmes, and Wall Street Jim’s website: Breakthrough Strategy
    Contact To reach Scott to discuss a public speaking engagement, or to talk about his leadership advisory and coaching services, please email timeless @ scottmonty.com

    • 41 min
    #43 Trust and Inspire

    #43 Trust and Inspire

    The world has changed. Unfortunately, leadership styles haven’t changed with it. The old “Command & Control” leadership approach is no longer tenable in an era with a hybrid workforce.
    Stephen M.R. Covey, a noted authority on trust and inspiration, helps 21st century leaders grasp this new reality in his book Trust & Inspire: How Truly Great Leaders Unleash Greatness in Others.
    In our interview for Timeless Leadership, we explore this shift, looking at the three stewardships of modeling, trusting, and inspiring against a backdrop of uncertainty and urgency — challenges all leaders face today.
     
     
    Links Related: “First Days” (Timeless & Timely) Stephen’s book: Trust & Inspire: How Truly Great Leaders Unleash Greatness in Others Trust & Inspire website Connect with Stephen on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn
    Contact To reach Scott to discuss a public speaking engagement, or to talk about his leadership advisory and coaching services, please email timeless @ scottmonty.com
     

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