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No Bullsh!t Leadership is a podcast for leaders who want to become truly exceptional. Each week, your host Martin G Moore shares the secrets of high performance leadership; the career accelerators that you can’t learn in business school, and your boss is unlikely to share with you. Step away from the theoretical view on leadership, and learn from a successful CEO who’s already walked the path.

No Bullsh!t Leadership Martin G Moore

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No Bullsh!t Leadership is a podcast for leaders who want to become truly exceptional. Each week, your host Martin G Moore shares the secrets of high performance leadership; the career accelerators that you can’t learn in business school, and your boss is unlikely to share with you. Step away from the theoretical view on leadership, and learn from a successful CEO who’s already walked the path.

    Communicating Value and Acing Accountability: Q&A with Marty & Em

    Communicating Value and Acing Accountability: Q&A with Marty & Em

    Episode #163 // In this episode, Em and I cover three brilliant questions from past Leadership Beyond the Theory students! These questions are taken from the Deliver Value, Work at Level and Drive Accountability modules - three of our favourites. 
     
    Every week during the program, at the end of the weekly module, we run two live webinars. In these sessions, Em and I answer questions from the cohort so that each individual can put the learnings into their specific context.
     
    One of the key benefits to joining the international cohort is that every week you hear questions from leaders of all different levels, industries, backgrounds, and cultures, which makes for an incredibly rich learning experience for everyone. This episode highlights the types of questions we get! 
     
    To enrol in the program, head to www.leadershipbeyondthetheory.com. We can’t wait to get started with you on Monday 18th October!
     
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    • 21 min
    Managing Up: A cheat sheet

    Managing Up: A cheat sheet

    Episode #162 // We get an unbelievable number of questions every month about how to manage up more effectively.


    It’s important to make sure your boss doesn’t prevent you from performing at your best (or enjoying your work)! 


    So the dynamic you should be trying to create is to manage up to enhance performance, not just to feather your own nest. All too often, managing up becomes a Machiavellian game with a high body count, and the organization suffers tremendously as a result, in terms of both culture and performance.


    In this episode I cover how to really know what type of boss you’re working for, and I provide 9 hot tips for managing up in any situation. Ultimately, if you do your job really well, a good boss will enhance your work, and a bad boss will be less of a factor!


    Download the free PDF downloadable I've put together for you '9 Ways To Manage Up' at https://www.yourceomentor.com/episode162


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    Leadership Beyond the Theory is BACK! 👊️ The most practical and comprehensive online leadership program that will take your leadership confidence, skills, and capability to BRAND NEW LEVELS 🔥


    We created Leadership Beyond the Theory to bridge the gap between the theory you may ‘know’ intellectually, and the practical skills you actually have in your leadership toolbox to be a confident, capable, results-driven leader.


    If you join the program, our promise to you is that:


    👉 ANY question you have is answered personally by Marty
    👉 You can implement practical techniques from the VERY FIRST LESSON
    👉 You'll gain the CLARITY and INSIGHT that can only come from an experienced CEO
    👉 The program content is INTERACTIVE, ENGAGING and easy to fit into your busy life
    👉 You'll join a GLOBAL cohort of like-minded leaders who are ready to commit (just like you) to being the best leader they can be.


    Enrolments will ONLY be open until 15th October and class starts on the 18th!


    LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE!


    🚀 Enrol now here
     
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    • 19 min
    A No Bullsh!t Interview with Martin G. Moore and Riaz Meghji

    A No Bullsh!t Interview with Martin G. Moore and Riaz Meghji

    Episode #161 // Today is the day, No Bullsh!t Leadership is officially published!


    It’s been a long road (which you heard about in last week’s episode), and I couldn’t be more excited to get this piece of work out into the world and into the hands of leaders who have the courage to be better. 


    This episode is an [exclusive] replay of the official book launch event, where accomplished television presenter, keynote speaker and author, Riaz Meghji, dove into the nitty gritty with me in a no-holds-barred, no bullsh!t interview. It’s undoubtedly the most personal interview I’ve done, so I really hope you enjoy it. 


    I’ll take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported me and this project along the way. I’ve called out the key people in the acknowledgements of the book, but there are so many more of you who have spread the word, supported our social media posts, read all the promo emails and of course, pre-ordered copies. 


    I can’t wait to hear what you think about the book once you get your hands on it! This is the realisation of my lifetime dream, and I’m incredibly grateful and proud to be able to share it with you.


    Please let me know what you think in an Amazon.com review, or via social media - make sure you tag us @yourceomentor and use the hashtag #nobsleadership so that I can personally thank you!


    You can get your exclusive book bonuses here: www.martingmoore.com/thebook#claim
     
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    • 52 min
    From Idea to Amazon: The story behind the book

    From Idea to Amazon: The story behind the book

    Episode #160 // With the US publication of my book, No Bullsh!t Leadership on the horizon, we decided to dedicate this episode to tell the story of how the book journey unfolded, from start to finish.


    There are some important takeaways from this tale, which I know you’ll be able to apply to your own career journeys. I talk in detail about the strategy, delivery, people, marketing, and PR aspects of the publishing process. I also expose some of the obstacles we had to overcome along the way.


    Anything this episode does to inspire you to be bolder, and attempt grand things will make this totally worthwhile!


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    Over my career I've done a LOT of interviews. This one was by far the most personal.


    With COVID hampering our in-person studio plans, Riaz Meghji and I virtually sat down to talk all things No Bullsh!t Leadership to celebrate the book publication!


    We covered so many personal and professional topics, and my beautiful wife Kathy even made an impromptu appearance to share her experience of me over the past 3 years as I've built this business with Em.


    I would love for you to join me next week where we'll air this interview! When it's finished, Em and I will be running a live Q&A with you - bring your best, no b******t leadership questions for me!


    Register for the free virtual event here: https://bit.ly/3xQ2MeY


    The event will be run on the 29th September at 8am AEST / which is the 28th September at 6pm ET.
     
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    • 23 min
    Don’t Lose Your Best People: Competing in the Labor Market

    Don’t Lose Your Best People: Competing in the Labor Market

    Episode #159 // With a hot labor market emerging in many countries at present, the threat of your people being headhunted by a competitor is increasing. What steps can you take to keep your people committed to your organization? Who should you be trying to retain, and why (because it’s NOT everyone!)?


    Even when other companies are able to pay more for the same skills, there are things you can do to ensure you don’t lose your best people. But you may need to make some tough decisions pretty quickly, rather than waiting for the situation to deteriorate to the point where you’re forced to react.  


    In this episode, I offer some ideas for identifying your key people and locking them in (even when you don’t have a lot of money to throw at them), and I reveal a method for looking at the bigger picture, so that you see the pay disparity issue in the context of the broader performance of the business!
     
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    The Blame Game: It’s not me, it’s you!

    The Blame Game: It’s not me, it’s you!

    Episode #158 // Blaming others when something doesn’t go to plan is one of the most insidious (and unfortunately, most common) leadership behaviors.


    Culturally, this is a cancer that has to be eradicated. When a leader tolerates the blame game as a part of the performance evaluation cycle, excuses become the norm, and organizational politics finds fertile ground. 


    In this episode, I look at how the blame game plays out in politics and business, and I revisit an old podcast episode that’s playing out in the US courts at the moment. I also offer some rules of thumb to ensure that you don’t fall into the trap of either blaming others, or allowing your people to shirk their accountability when they don’t deliver on their commitments.
     
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    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

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35 Ratings

35 Ratings

oliviabaker13 ,

Actionable and insightful!

This show is an invaluable leadership resource. Each episode is packed with actionable tips and though-provoking insights. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!

danielszabo1981 ,

Guided me thru 3 promotions in 24 months.

I’d lead a very successful engineering career but topped out & decided to raise the ceiling via management track. I had much ground to make up for years spent in R&D but Martin’s common sense approach to leadership gave me a leg up on my peers and helped fast-track me through 3 promotions — Manager, to Senior Manager, to Director. I now lead an international team of 50 engineers, designers, and operators. The clarity afforded by Martin’s leadership advice sets me apart from my peers, and I have the performance numbers to prove it. I am now considering roles in executive leadership. Right podcast, right person, right time. Highly recommend.

happy walker 2019 ,

Inspirational and practical

Consistently high quality content that is inspirational, thought provoking and practical & relatable. Highly recommend for anyone who wants to make a difference at work whether in a leadership role or not!

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