Inspiring stories and actionable lessons from leaders growing their leadership range, clarifying and refining their model for leadership and daring to define a moment rather than let a moment define them.
Leanne Loombe on the Impact of Fear Driven Leadership
Welcome to "Defining Moments of Leadership" with your host Marsha Acker. In this thought-provoking podcast, Marsha engages in an insightful conversation with her guest, Leanne Loombe, a prominent figure in the gaming industry. They explore the impact of fear-driven leadership, organizational culture, and the need for open feedback conversations. As they delve into the complexities of leadership behavior, you'll be inspired to reflect on your own model for leadership and change. Don't miss this final episode of Season 2, and stay tuned for exciting changes coming in Season 3.
Theron James on Trust Based Leadership
Claire Radley on an Org Model for Change
Scott Downing on Leading with Values
One of the things I appreciate so much about Scott is his clarity of knowing his behavioral model and how it informs both his model for leadership and his model for living. You also hear in his story how having defined values in his model for living, he was able to navigate a situation in his leadership that stepped on those personal values in a real way.
Models don't make difficult situations disappear, but I do believe they help provide you clarity, particularly when the stakes rise, to help you navigate situations in a way that feels most resonant for you. I think that's the source of clarity and confidence. And in moments of crisis, sometimes the confusion slips away when you can be really clear about what's important to you.
Glenn Sigl on Embracing Difference
Welcome to Defining Moments of Leadership, a podcast hosted by Marsha Acker. We’re joined today by guest Glenn Sigl and we are exploring a key aspect of his leadership model around embracing difference. Difference is what raises the stakes for us. When we encounter differences, we are in the territory of stakes-raising themes and triggers, and if they remain invisible to us and to others, it is the source of what can lead us to our most unhelpful and hurtful behavior in a moment of crisis or pressure.
Monica Manning on Breaking the Silence and Working with Difference