>Lead.exe_ is a podcast for anyone who wants to level-up their leadership skills and enhance their careers. Host Brian Comerford, Jon Abboud, and Nick Lozano explore leadership concepts through interviews with thought leaders from all walks of life, with a focus on technology and innovation, to bring you valuable and actionable insights.
The Importance of Unplugging
Brian, Jon, and Nick talk about the importance of disconnecting work and technology.
Listen Then Speak with Jahmaal Marshall
Listen Then Speak Podcast
00:00 Episode Start
01:14 Jahmaal Marshall Intro
04:51 What do you do question
08:18 Jahmaal's process to help people heal
12:21 PTSD and Trauma
15:43 Giving yourself grace
19:36 What took Jahmaal down this path
23:41 How to not be your own worst enemy
32:49 Social Media
37:11 Finding your Headspace
40:36 Input and output
45:59 Seeing things differently
49:02 Where you can find Jahmaal and Closing
[Rerun] The Ugly Advantage with Peter Lynch
**This episode originally released on 9/15/2019**
Who we are as people has as much to do with how we are as leaders as any other facet of our experience. The story we tell ourselves and others contributes to how we both serve and set direction. Fluent in the nuances of these talents is Peter Lynch, who joins Brian Comerford and Nick Lozano to discuss the importance of sharpening focus, failing skillfully, and finding strength in our own ugly advantage.
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2:44 What is the Ugly Advantage
4:44 Story Telling
5:46 Story telling for leaders
16:46 Running to failure
20:55 Failing Gracefully
26:11 The Ugly Advantage elements
41:49 Recommended Books
43:24 Peter's Book The Ugly Advantage
44:02 Where can people find Peter
Time Management and Productivity Strategies with Theresa Harp
Is it possible to tame time? The Lead.exe crew dives headlong into this conversation with special guest, Theresa Harp. An entrepreneur, coach, speech pathologist, and host of The Time Tamers podcast, Theresa is a pro at getting sh*t done - and wants to help you become one too. Our conversation delves into the feelings and emotions behind time management, the importance of communication, and just might settle the Lead.exe efficiency vs effectiveness debate once and for all (season 3 episode 10)!
You can learn more about Theresa and her work at https://www.TheTimeTamers.com or checkout her podcast on all the popular platforms.
[Rerun] Self Awareness as a Leader with Roxanne Kaufman Elliott
**This is a rerun of episode 27 originally released DEC 15, 2019 **
In this episode Brian Comerford and Nick Lozano are joined by special guest Roxanne Kaufman Eliot to discuss a breadth of topics contributing to the character of leadership. Key to the theme is the distinction between leadership and management - a discussion robustly supplemented with a number of supporting themes, importantly self-awareness and self-development.
Roxanne Kaufman Elliott
2:25 Intro to Roxanne
9:26 Leading vs Managing
16:57 Leadership can be learned
18:32 Self Awareness
29:16 Other forms of meditation
31:41 Being in the Zone
39:18 Mastery of leadership
47:03 Self Development
Is any of this new, or normal?
The not-so-new...ab...normal...normal? Since COVID-19 first rocked the world more than two years ago, leaders and the businesses they work in have gone through all sorts of changes. First there was the two week flatten the curve hiccup, then the longer-haul new normal, then a newer normal, then the new abnormal - and so on. Some writers have even compared the changes of the past few years to going through all the psychological stages of grief. One thing is certain, none of this is quite normal at all. Which naturally raises the question: Does leadership need to change with the times, or is it a constant on which all other changes can stand? In this latest episode, Brian, Nick, and Jon talk about what's changed for leaders, and what hasn't, over the past two years.
Love this podcast
These guys know how to interview guests. I didn’t have to submit a list of questions for them to ask. I didn’t have to answer a bunch of questions before hand. They did their homework and we had a conversation, a fun one at that. It was a blast being interviewed and I also am a subscriber to Lead.exe. Keep up the good work Brian and Nick.