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>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.

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>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.

    [Rerun] Never Go With Your Gut with Dr. Gleb Tsipursky

    [Rerun] Never Go With Your Gut with Dr. Gleb Tsipursky

    **This is a rerun of episode 27 originally released 4/1/20 **

    Going the opposite direction of human nature should be easy, right? Not if you're human, unfortunately.

    As it turns out, it's oftentimes a greater advantage for us to do so if we are to make level-headed choices rather than succumbing to the heat of the moment. How we properly identify those moments is a key facet for effective leadership to guide through chaotic wrinkles of adversity, when the stakes are highest - like in a global pandemic disaster scenario. In this episode, Dr. Gleb Tsipursky joins co-hosts Brian Comerford and Nick Lozano in conversation to walk us through some of the techniques to gain the self awareness necessary for a good gut-check, and to acquire the ability to reprogram your own mind or your own reactions to achieve optimal results.

    • 49 min
    When Leadership and Discipleship Collide

    When Leadership and Discipleship Collide

    Are you building leaders, followers, or disciples? Is there a right or wrong time to perform any of these roles? Where is Brian? (just kidding, you can take that out).  In this episode Jon and Nick  explore leadership versus discipleship and, in typical Lead.exe fashion,  all sorts of grey areas between. Starting with a dictionary definition  of discipleship, the hosts also draw on personal experiences, infamous  stories of ethical failures, and as always, a few good books to try to  draw out some practical advice for leaders in this increasingly complex  world.

    • 49 min
    The Journey of Getting From Data To Value with Ryan Deeds

    The Journey of Getting From Data To Value with Ryan Deeds

    What's the easiest way to *whiz-bang-pow* tribal and individual knowledge or intuition into meaningful data visualizations and reusable code? Well, there's kinda not an easy way. In fact, it is a path often fraught with challenge, or so says special guest Ryan Deeds as he speaks with co-hosts Brian Comerford and Nick Lozano about how to provide data value to your business.

    • 44 min
    Off Script: Mastering the Art of Business Improv with Peter Margaritis and Roxanne Kaufman Elliott

    Off Script: Mastering the Art of Business Improv with Peter Margaritis and Roxanne Kaufman Elliott

    What do Tigger and improv classes have to do with becoming a better leader and developing your power skills (formerly known as soft skills)? More than you might think.

    • 39 min
    Web3: The Next Step in the Evolution of the Internet with David "DC" Campbell

    Web3: The Next Step in the Evolution of the Internet with David "DC" Campbell

    Somewhere along the lineage of Web 1.0 to Web 2.0, the Google Code of Conduct meritoriously promoted the axiom "Don't be evil." And then famously, years later, Google abandoned that mission statement.

    • 49 min
    Private Victories Precede Public Victories

    Private Victories Precede Public Victories

    Nick, Brian, and Jon kick off Season 4 of >Lead.exe with an interesting discussion on an idea from author Stephen Covey, that private victories precede public victories and its relation to so-called self leadership. Can we truly lead others if we are unable or unwilling to put in the work of leading ourselves?

    • 49 min

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