7 episodes

Lead With Trust Podcast is about exploring today’s leadership landscape and what some of the best teams and businesses in the world are already executing on.

It’s not a tactic. And it’s not a phase. Their secret: Trust.

Trusted Businesses must have trusted leaders.

Not all leaders are created equal. The goal of the show is to deconstruct and synthesize successful leadership types and proven principles from high-profile entrepreneurs, influential celebrities, and world-class leaders on how they build trust in their business and lead their game-changing organizations. Welcome to the Trust Movement!
To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/

Lead With Trust Sue Dyer

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 22 Ratings

Lead With Trust Podcast is about exploring today’s leadership landscape and what some of the best teams and businesses in the world are already executing on.

It’s not a tactic. And it’s not a phase. Their secret: Trust.

Trusted Businesses must have trusted leaders.

Not all leaders are created equal. The goal of the show is to deconstruct and synthesize successful leadership types and proven principles from high-profile entrepreneurs, influential celebrities, and world-class leaders on how they build trust in their business and lead their game-changing organizations. Welcome to the Trust Movement!
To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/

    6 | Natasha Miller | From Homeless To The Inc. 5000

    6 | Natasha Miller | From Homeless To The Inc. 5000

    Imagine being 16 years old, and being abandoned at a youth shelter on Christmas Day at 16 years old. You're in the middle of an education, still growing and finding out who you are, only to be thrust instantly into the world of adulthood. It sounds like a nightmare scenario, but it was very real for this week's guest.
    In today's episode of The Lead With Trust Show, Sue chats with Natasha Miller, founder of Entire Productions, a corporate event and entertainment production and marketing business based out of San Francisco.
    You'll discover a little of Natasha's extraordinary background, from being left at a youth emergency shelter service on Christmas Day at the age of 16 to the path of an entrepreneur, to eventually ending up on the Inc. 5000.


    You'll learn how music has played a role in her life and career, and how it has essentially saved her life.


    You'll also discover why she believes that many businesses need to take a look at their staff to see if they're still a good fit in these very different times, and the tough decisions that often need to be made in that area.


    Join Sue and Natasha for this wide-ranging and eye-opening discussion.


    Enjoy!


    What You’ll Learn in this Show:
    A little of Natasha's extraordinary background, from being left at a youth emergency shelter service on Christmas Day at the age of 16 to the path on an entrepreneur, to eventually ending up on the Inc. 5000.
    How music has played a role in her life and career, and how it has essentially saved her life.
    Why she believes that many businesses need to take a look at their staff to see if they're still a good fit in these very different times, and the tough decisions that often need to be made in that area.
    And so much more...


    Resources:
    https://www.officialnatashamiller.com (Natasha's Website)
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/natashamiller/ (Natasha's LinkedIn)
    https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs)
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suedyer/
    To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/

    • 45 min
    5 | Creating A Trust Movement

    5 | Creating A Trust Movement

    In today's episode of Lead with Trust, Sue Dyer, President of https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs), talks about the value of developing a Trust Movement in your organization.
    You'll learn what a Trust Movement is and why we all need one in our workplaces and personal lives.
    You'll discover the similarities between a rock tossed in the water and creating a Trust Movement.


    You'll discover why building a Trust Movement is so important in your organization and what role you have to play in nurturing one.


    You'll learn what to do when your organization's culture has not encouraged a high trust environment.


    Enjoy!


    What You'll Learn in this Show:
    How to start building a high trust environment today.
    One of the best ways to change the culture within an organization.
    The many benefits of creating a Trust Movement.
    And so much more...


    Resources:
    https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs)
    https://sudyco.com/ (Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suedyer/)
    https://sudyco.com/ (To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/)

    • 7 min
    4 | Tyler Wagner | Re-Defining Fear And Let Nothing Hold You Back

    4 | Tyler Wagner | Re-Defining Fear And Let Nothing Hold You Back

    Fear is one of the most common factors that hold people back from becoming an entrepreneur. But have you ever asked yourself, "What the worst that could happen?"
    When you do, your imagination will dream up all types of crazy possibilities, most of which don't stand up to even the smallest amount of scrutiny.
    In today's episode of The Lead With Trust Show, Sue chats with Tyler Wagner, founder of https://authorsunite.com (Authors Unite.) He started his entrepreneurial path in his 20s after dropping out of college and has since started working on other projects beyond Authors Unite.
    You'll discover a little of Tyler's background, beginning with an early painting business that helped him shed his fear of the word "no."


    You'll learn about his attitude towards fear, and why he doesn't let it hold him back in business.


    You'll also discover his philosophy of determining the worst that can happen, and then proceeding from there.


    Join Sue and Tyler as they explore this fascinating subject.


    Enjoy!


    What You’ll Learn in this Show:
    A little of Tyler's background and how he built Authors Unite.
    How he looks at fear, and why he doesn't let it hold him back.
    His philosophy of determining the worst that can happen, and then proceeding from there.
    And so much more...


    Resources:
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/tylerbwagner/ (Tyler's LinkedIn)
    https://authorsunite.com (Authors Unite)
    https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs)
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suedyer/
    To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/

    • 40 min
    3 | Hope Is Not a Strategy

    3 | Hope Is Not a Strategy

    A quick but motivating message from Sue Dyer, President of Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs.
    You’ll discover why most people are actually resistant towards their pursuits and what’s the number one reason behind this resistance.
    You’ll learn how to move from hope to probable to inevitable (here’s where you want to be).


    Enjoy!


    What you’ll learn in this show:
    Hope vs. Strategy
    How to get people to follow you
    The goal for the week.


    Resources:
    https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs)
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suedyer/
    To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/

    • 5 min
    2 | Carla Johnson | Which Six Innovator Archetypes Are You?

    2 | Carla Johnson | Which Six Innovator Archetypes Are You?

    How do you define the word, "innovation?" For most of us, innovation refers to a new product, a new way of doing something or even a new way of thinking. Essentially, it's about ideas, right?
    Our guest this week believes that we may be looking at the issue too narrowly.
    In today's episode of Lead with Trust, Sue chats with Carla Johnson, global keynote speaker, marketing and innovation strategist, and bestselling author of 10 books, the most recent being https://www.carlajohnson.co/rethinkbook-001/ ('Re:Think Innovation.')
    You'll learn why Carla believes that we need to cultivate a broader definition of innovation.
    You'll discover why the focus of her newest book, 'Re:Think Innovation' was not the Steve Jobs-types, but those who were innovating on a daily basis, out of the limelight.


    You'll learn about the dynamics of bringing people together, as well as the importance of incorporating people's unique perspectives.


    You'll also discover Carla's six innovator archetypes, from the left-brained Bill Gates-types on one end of the spectrum, to the provocateur Steve Jobs-types on the other.


    Join Sue and Carla for this fascinating discussion!


    Enjoy!


    What You’ll Learn in this Show:
    Carla's unique (and broad) definition of "innovation."
    Why the focus of her book was not the well-known innovators, but those who were innovating on a daily basis, out of the limelight.
    The importance of incorporating people's unique perspectives when bringing them together.
    The six innovator archetypes, from the left-brained Bill Gates-types on one end of the spectrum, to the provocateur Steve Jobs-types on the other.
    And so much more...


    Resources:
    https://www.carlajohnson.co/ (Carla’s Website)
    https://www.carlajohnson.co/rethinkbook-001/ (Re:Think Innovation book)
    https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco)
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suedyer/
    To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/

    • 47 min
    1 | The 4 Levels Of Trust Hierarchy

    1 | The 4 Levels Of Trust Hierarchy

    Back in the early days of mining, miners would bring a canary in a cage down with them into the depths of the earth. Since small birds are far more sensitive to bad air than humans are, they only had to watch the health of the bird to know whether or not it was safe to proceed. It's where we get the phrase, "canary in a coal mine."
    In your businesses, communication can serve a similar purpose. If you're having growing pains, it's likely down to a trust issue. It becomes a figurative "canary in a coal mine" for your business.
    In today's episode of The Lead With Trust, Sue explores the concept of trust and the trust hierarchy that makes it such a powerful tool for your business.
    You'll learn the true definition of trust, particularly as it applies to the business world.


    You'll discover why trust issues in your organization most often manifest as communication issues.


    You'll learn the different levels of the trust hierarchy and how they build on each other to create greater coordination and communication across your business.


    Join Sue as she guides you through the trust hierarchy!


    Enjoy!


    What You’ll Learn in this Show:
    The true definition of trust, in the context of businesses and organizations.
    Why lack of trust most often manifests as a breakdown in communication.
    The different levels of the trust hierarchy and how they build on each other to create consistency across your business.
    And so much more...


    Resources:
    Website: https://sudyco.com/
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suedyer/
    To access your trusted leader profile: https://sudyco.com/profile/

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

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22 Ratings

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Real and relatable

Wow, Sue has done it again! Her thoughtful insight, real life experiences and engaging guests allow you to reframe how you function as a leader. Sue is a trusted advisor in many industries and had paved the way to rethink your leadership style.

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Trusted Advisor

Sue Dyer has been a trusted advisor for my company Teneral Cellars and her Trusted Leadership training with my team had a big measurable impact. Her podcast is a fabulous extension of the decades of work she’s done and there are such great nuggets and takeaways from each episode. Make this one of your go to podcasts if you want to bring the best out of your team and you as a leader.

CVWarner ,

Aerator Podcast!

Sue Dyer is so knowledgeable AND easy to listen to! Really cool to hear a guest's input this week, as well. Coming from a management and leadership background, this is great stuff for anyone in business! Invaluable insight and easily digestible.

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