Inspirational Interviews with Today's Authentic Leaders
Gain insights from compelling leaders and best-selling authors on the challenges and rewards of leading with authenticity.
Guest: Maurice Brewster - Leading in Uncertainty - CEO of Mosaic
Leading in adversity is a topic Maurice Brewster, CEO of Mosaic Global Transportation, knows all about. As a premier provider to corporate clients in 400 cities, including Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, Google, Facebook and other Silicon Valley giants, Mosaic watched business go from 2000 trips a day to zero in an instant when Covid-19’s Shelter in Place ended all employee shuttles and event transportation overnight. Mosaic was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal article on how businesses are being impacted by the Corona virus. Listen in for an authentic conversation on the topic of leading through uncertainty.
Guest: Michael Bungay Stanier - author of The Advice Trap
Michael Bungay Stanier is the author of The Coaching Habit, the best-selling coaching book of this century. Written for time-crunched managers, parents or friends who want to be a little more coach-like, it’s about discovering a ”different way of being with people.” His new book is The Advice Trap: Be Humble, Stay Curious, and Change the Way You Lead Forever. In our interview we chat about how to tame your Advice Monster and what it takes to stay curious just a little bit longer in all of our interactions.
Guest: Marshall Goldsmith - Author of Triggers
Marshall Goldsmith is a world-renowned business educator and coach and leading expert in his field. His distinct ability to get results for top leaders has enabled over 150 CEOs, including the CEO of Ford Motor Company and the President of the World Bank, to achieve impactful change with his coaching.
Marshall has authored 39 books, including NYTimes #1 best-sellers, Triggers: Creating Behavior Change That Lasts—Becoming the Person You Want to Be and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There. He has been awarded America's #1 Executive Coach by INC and the World's Most Influential Leadership Thinker by Thinkers 50. In In this episode, Marshall shares how to achieve lasting habit change for becoming the person we aim to be. He’s honest, he’s upbeat, and he’s deeply insightful.
Guest: Dolly Chugh - Author of The Person You Mean to Be
Dolly Chugh delivered one of the 25 Most Popular TED Talks of 2018 for good reason. Author of the acclaimed The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias, she’s also an award-winning, tenured professor at the New York University Stern School of Business where she studies the psychology of good people and teaches MBA courses in leadership, management, and negotiations.
Dolly has been named one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics (along with Pope Francis, Angelina Jolie, and Bill Gates) by Ethisphere Magazine.
Prior to joining the NYU faculty, Dolly worked at Morgan Stanley, Time Inc., Scholastic, and Merrill Lynch. Dolly has degrees from Cornell University (B.A.) and Harvard University (M.B.A., Ph.D.)
Guest: Steve Farber - Author of Love is Just Damn Good Business
Long-time friend, a former colleague and best-selling author Steve Farber joins me as a Guest on LeadersGetReal. His fourth book, Love is Just Damn Good Business, will be released on September 6th.
Steve has been named one of Inc’s global Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts. He’s currently an Inc.com columnist as well as a sought-after speaker who was named Huffington Post’s #1 business speaker to listen to for 2017.
Steve is also the author of Greater Than Yourself and The Radical Leap: A Personal Lesson in Extreme Leadership, which received Fast Company’s Readers’ Choice Award and was recently named one of the 100 Best Business Books of All Time.
Steve brings a rare blend of refreshing humor and compelling thought leadership. In our chat, Steve shares stories, examples, and insights about love as a hard-core business principle.
Special Episode: Authors Recommend Authors
"There's no greater recommendation than when an author tells you to read someone else's book."
When Guy Kawasaki, author of 15 books, said this in our Podcast chat, the idea bubbled up for an episode with great authors sharing what they have found to be great reads. From these compelling interviews with best-selling authors Liz Wiseman, Chip Conley, Doly Chugh and Guy himself, you'll fill your reading list with stellar books -- from must-read classics to fresh new releases. What leadership books do you think they suggested? And what are your leadership favorites?
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