From Triangle Media, Lead Different is dedicated to helping anyone develop the ability to lead others to do good. Using everyday examples to teach you how to lead your community to reach its full potential. Hosted by Russ Ewell and Nathan Schaffernoth, they discuss different topics to learn how we can all evolve to lead different.
The 4 D's of Emotionalism
Powerful emotions can derail, disrupt, distract, and disorient us. If we don’t learn how to handle strong emotions, they will begin to lead us and our company, department, or family. Join Russ Ewell on this episode as he gives us a spiritual and...
The Need For Leaders
The study of leadership doesn’t stand still, but is evolutionary - constantly growing, changing, and teaching us. Join us on this leadership journey.
A Passion for Leadership
Silicon Valley is unique for many reasons, and arguably the most compelling reason is that it is full of original and innovative leaders.
Let Go and Move Forward
Persistence, letting go, and moving on are what separate the good athletes and leaders from the great ones.
The Mark of a True Leader
Preparation and courage are fundamental characteristics if we are to become effective leaders, whether in sports, school, or the workforce.
Redefine Mental Toughness
Coach Braumon Creighton to redefine what it means to be mentally tough, and discuss the true measure of a leader.
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Interesting and inspiring content - great guests who really outline practicals for parents, teachers, coaches and any thought leaders! Thanks for the podcasts.
Inspiring, relatable leadership discussions
This podcast is extremely beneficial for thinking about the way you lead. Speakers share in a relatable and relevant way. Starts the necessary discussion about how we individually can develop as leaders who will make a positive difference.
Good insights, helpful discussion
I’m enjoying these episodes, great talks on what it means to lead people to do good and become better people. The episode on the top 10 US presidents is my current fav.