Designed for curious, leadership enthusiasts like you—The Global Leadership Podcast brings you insightful conversations with dynamic guests (many who have been featured on our Global Leadership Summit stage in August) who share reflections from their journey as a leader, including their values, mistakes, and advice. Leading the conversations with our guests are our podcast hosts, Lori Hermann and Jason Jaggard. Lori is the Vice President of Summit Experiences & Production at Global Leadership Network and Jason is the Founder & CEO of Novus Global. With thoughtful questions that dive deeper into the story behind the leader, The Global Leadership Podcast provides an authentically fresh perspective on leadership to help you thrive.
Ep 103: Behind the Leader with Johnny C. Taylor, President and CEO of SHRM
What does it take to run the largest HR organization in the world? How does one become prepared for that kind of responsibility? To kick off our 7th season, Lori Herman, one of our hosts and Executive Producer of the Global Leadership Summit, sits down with Johnny C. Taylor, President and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Join us as Johnny shares key moments from his leadership journey, the importance of cultural clarity in his leadership, and other insights designed to help us understand “the person behind the leader.”
Ep 102: Leadership & Human Genius—Erwin Raphael McManus
Is leadership about taking people somewhere, or is it about shaping people in powerful ways? In a recent talk, author, fashion designer, and pastor Erwin Raphael McManus shared the tremendous capacities of human beings—our inherent genius and the ability to create futures. While many of us end up believing a lesser story and forget about our creative power, Erwin shows how leaders can help people recover their faith in their God-given creative capacity and suggests a couple critical, practical tools to unlock your genius.
“Stick to Your Simple” (For the Good of the World)—Danielle Coke & Danielle Strickland
What if learning to focus simply on what you’ve been called to do could enhance your leadership and influence? In this conversation, entrepreneur, illustrator, and advocate Danielle Coke, shares all the different ways “finding her simple” has impacted her calling, her craft, and her leadership. Listen as this young leader shares her insights on “going viral”, knowing when to step back as a leader, and what it takes to keep creativity flowing in her life.
Ep 100: Leveraging the Power of Story to Bring Clean Water to the World—Scott Harrison & Trey McKnight
charity: water Founder and CEO, Scott Harrison understands the power of story. In this conversation with Trey McKnight, not only does Scott share how he uses stories for greater impact, but he also shares his own personal story of transformation: how he went from a New York City night club promoter and partier to non-profit CEO, and even how some of his skills as a promotor contributed to charity: water’s success.
Ep 099: Embracing the “Meta Skill of the 21st Century”—Tasha Eurich & Jason Jaggard
What if there was one skill you could learn that would impact everything about your leadership potential? Author, executive coach, and organizational psychologist, Dr. Tasha Eurich talks with Jason Jaggard about why self-awareness is a “must have” for leaders and provides some simple but effective tools for increasing this leadership competency. Join us as we learn more about the “meta skill for the 21st century.”
How to Cultivate Leadership Charisma—Vanessa Van Edwards & Tom De Vries
It’s tempting to think that something like “charisma” is innate, something you are born with (or not). However, in this episode, CEO and author, Vanessa Van Edwards shows how we can purposefully dial up our own charisma to increase our effectiveness as leaders. In this conversation with GLN CEO and President, Tom De Vries, Vanessa previews her new book Cues: Small Signals, Incredible Impact and shows us how aligning our non-verbal cues can tangibly and practically increase our personal leadership charisma.