Peter Bregman, CEO of Bregman Partners, chats with thought leaders about successful leadership. These short interviews are focused on ideas that you can use to become a more powerful and courageous leader. Stay tuned for the next great conversation.
Episode 260: Emily Fletcher: Moving Into Mastery
How can we approach life with an “I am fulfillment” attitude? Emily Fletcher, founder of Ziva, returns to the Bregman Leadership Podcast this week to…
Episode 259: Niren Chaudhary – Rockstar Leaders
How can you create a cooperative team of rockstars? This week, we’re joined by Niren Chaudhary, CEO of Panera Brands. Discover his strategy for creating…
Episode 258: Anna Lembke – Dopamine Nation
How can we better understand addiction? Anna Lembke is a psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry at Standard University School of Medicine. She is most recently…
Episode 257: Whitney Johnson – Smart Growth
How can we plot our growth? Award-winning author, CEO of Disruption Advisors, and friend of the show Whitney Johnson returns to discuss her newest book,…
Episode 256: Annie Murphy Paul – The Extended Mind
What if thinking didn’t happen exclusively in the brain? This question is a fascinating jumping-off place for our conversation this week with acclaimed science writer,…
Episode 255: Mark Divine – Staring Down the Wolf, Part 2
How can you improve your mental toughness? We continue our conversation with Mark Divine, retired U.S. Navy SEAL Commander, motivational speaker, and author of Staring…
You get bits and pieces of advice from every episode that you can use in your everyday leadership journey! Leadership has evolved over time, and Bregman Leadership Podcast is caught up and is a great source of leadership insights!
Peter brings great energy and does exceptional job preparing for and leading interviews with interesting people in the leadership arena.
Bergman Podcasts are addicting
Bregman keeps the podcasts short, usually under 30 minutes and he keeps them rolling with insights and excellent questions. I listen to his podcast more than any others now and I still have more than 100 to get through all his old material. Lucky me.