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There are so many things that impact our ability to achieve success, but none are more impactful than leadership. In our pursuit of helping others “reach their full potential” and “create a better tomorrow”, our team has created the Leadership Excellence Podcast. Individuals and organizations rise and fall with leadership, and we are here to help you rise. We believe, “The best way to predict the future is to create it,” and leaders are creating the future every day across the world. Leadership principles are universal and transcend across all professions. In our pursuit of excellence, we will share cutting-edge leadership strategies and interview a diverse group of progressive leaders who have generated extreme levels of success across numerous professions. Listeners can expect to hear the most innovative and cutting-edge leadership strategies on topics like mindset, culture, employee engagement, creating high performing teams, change leadership, and crisis leadership. We will be discussing proven strategies on how to motivate, inspire, and empower your team. We will take on tough issues like generational differences, the importance of diversity in the workplace, employee experience, overcoming adversity, how to have difficult conversations, accountability, and employee well being.Thank you for joining us on this journey, and remember to always be committed to excellence.

Leadership Excellence Podcast Danny Langloss

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 62 Ratings

There are so many things that impact our ability to achieve success, but none are more impactful than leadership. In our pursuit of helping others “reach their full potential” and “create a better tomorrow”, our team has created the Leadership Excellence Podcast. Individuals and organizations rise and fall with leadership, and we are here to help you rise. We believe, “The best way to predict the future is to create it,” and leaders are creating the future every day across the world. Leadership principles are universal and transcend across all professions. In our pursuit of excellence, we will share cutting-edge leadership strategies and interview a diverse group of progressive leaders who have generated extreme levels of success across numerous professions. Listeners can expect to hear the most innovative and cutting-edge leadership strategies on topics like mindset, culture, employee engagement, creating high performing teams, change leadership, and crisis leadership. We will be discussing proven strategies on how to motivate, inspire, and empower your team. We will take on tough issues like generational differences, the importance of diversity in the workplace, employee experience, overcoming adversity, how to have difficult conversations, accountability, and employee well being.Thank you for joining us on this journey, and remember to always be committed to excellence.

    The Leadership Bank Account with Danny Langloss

    The Leadership Bank Account with Danny Langloss

    Are you paying attention to your leadership bank account? The leadership bank account is an account you have with every single member of your team. It is really a relationship account. This account is what creates or destroys trust. Every day we make deposits, and at times, every leader will make withdrawals.

    In this episode, I outline 8 deposits, 4 "super deposits", and 11 withdrawals and talk about how to ensure we always keep our account full, trust high, and our relationships and influence strong.

    I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Email me at danny.langloss@gmail.com or interact with our post on LinkedIn that will publish on 11/23/2021.  This is such an important component of our leadership success.

    Follow Danny Langloss on LinkedIn as he breaks down leadership tools, strategies, and concepts throughout the week.

    Have you heard about  Danny's "Ownership" concept?

    Ownership is a team members extreme emotional and psychological connection to the goals of the organization, their team and the organization as a whole. Owners do things because it is important to them, not because they are told to do it.  Owners are constantly looking to get 1% better every day, always looking for ways to add layers of greatness to the organization, and proactive solve problems as they arise.

    In Season 2, Episode 27, Danny breaks down Ownership and the 7 Pillars leaders can use to create it.

    • 20 min
    Unlocking the Human Element of Leadership Featuring Natalie Schrogl

    Unlocking the Human Element of Leadership Featuring Natalie Schrogl

    The human element is central to the future of leadership in today's diverse and evolving workplace. Natalie Schrogl comes to us from Munich, Germany. She is a leadership and culture expert, founder of The Interface Leadership, and Branch Manager at Targo Bank. 

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of reflection for so many people. People are re-thinking what is important to them, personally and professionally. With this re-think, people are trying to find their "why" and want to make sure their work is meaningful and impactful. They also want to make sure they work in an environment where they are cared for and appreciated.

    Leaders  must re-think their approach to leadership, place importance on their people and intentionally create cultures where their team members feel cared for and appreciated. In this episode, Natalie Schrogl shares the 6 Pillars of what she calls, "The ARMOUR of Leadership". These pillars will help us unlock the human element of leadership and help our team members and organizations thrive.

    In this episode, we discuss:
    [09:16]  The “Armour” of Leadership
    [10:24]  Finding the Leadership Anchor
    [12:20]  Practicing and modeling vulnerability and resilience as leaders
    [15:14]  Mastery of the mindset
    [19:41]  Creating a culture of ownership
    [23:31]  Leading in today’s diverse workplace
    [32:21]  The Leadership Triangle

    Follow Danny Langloss on LinkedIn as he breaks down leadership tools, strategies, and concepts throughout the week.

    Have you heard about  Danny's "Ownership" concept?

    Ownership is a team members extreme emotional and psychological connection to the goals of the organization, their team and the organization as a whole. Owners do things because it is important to them, not because they are told to do it.  Owners are constantly looking to get 1% better every day, always looking for ways to add layers of greatness to the organization, and proactive solve problems as they arise.

    In Season 2, Episode 27, Danny breaks down Ownership and the 7 Pillars leaders can use to create it.

    About Natalie Schrogl:

    Natalie Schrogl is the Branch Manager at TargoBank and Founder of Interface Leadership. Natalie helps C-Suite leaders with a focus on cultivating sustainable leadership cultures to improve employee retention and productivity.
    To unlock the human element in leadership, Natalie has created “The Armour of Leadership”, 6 principles that create a practical, actionable framework in their pursuit of leadership excellence.

    Connect with Natalie:

    LinkedIn
    Website

    • 34 min
    Empowering Excellence: 6 Pillars of High Performance Cultures with Julie Hruska

    Empowering Excellence: 6 Pillars of High Performance Cultures with Julie Hruska

    The Great Resignation has companies scrambling to figure out how to retain and recruit talent. While many companies have been significantly impacted, the highest performing companies have not. What is the difference?   CULTURE

    Peter Drucker's famous quote, "Culture eats strategy for breakfast" has never rang more true. In this week's episode, CEO Julie Hruska  reveals the 6 pillars of high performance cultures and shares strategies on how to implement them in your organization. 

    In this episode, we discuss:
    [03:01]  Why is culture important and how does it tie up to the great resignation?
    [06:44]  Research findings from the High Performance Institute on high-performing individuals
    [11:12]  Seeking clarity
    [14:14]  What effective communication looks like
    [19:52]  Generating Energy
    [25:48]  Raising Necessity
    [29:40]  Maximizing Productivity
    [34:48]  Develop influence
    [40:36]  Demonstrating courage

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    Click here for the transcript of this episode.
    Want to listen to another great episode on culture? Click here to listen to S.1/E.6 – "Creating High Performing Cultures with Jeff Mariola"

    Follow Danny Langloss on LinkedIn as he breaks down leadership tools, strategies, and concepts throughout the week.

    Have you heard about  Danny's "Ownership" concept?

    Ownership is a team members extreme emotional and psychological connection to the goals of the organization, their team and the organization as a whole. Owners do things because it is important to them, not because they are told to do it.  Owners are constantly looking to get 1% better every day, always looking for ways to add layers of greatness to the organization, and proactive solve problems as they arise.

    In Season 2, Episode 27, Danny breaks down Ownership and the 7 Pillars leaders can use to create it.
    About Julie Hruska

    Julie Hruska is the CEO of Powerful Leaders and a certified coach through the High Performance Institute. She specializes in developing legendary leaders and creating high performance cultures. Julie works with CEO’s of Fortune 50 companies across the country to optimize performance, accelerate innovation, and achieve the highest levels of success.
    Julie has created a prominent presence on LinkedIn generating more than 60,000 followers in one year. She creates and shares high performance content nearly daily and generates incredible conversation and interaction through her thought leadership.

    Connect with Julie:

    LinkedIn
    Website

    • 50 min
    How Improper Role Assignment Creates Insecurity and Dysfunction with Melanie Pump

    How Improper Role Assignment Creates Insecurity and Dysfunction with Melanie Pump

    Jim Collins talks about the importance of getting the right people on the bus, but more importantly, he talks about getting these people on the right seat on the bus. 

    In episode 34, Melanie Pump talked about how insecurity fuels defensiveness, envy, stress, and anxiety, and in general, decreased feelings of psychological safety in the workplace.

    In this week’s episode, Melanie Pump shares the devastating impacts of having the wrong people in the wrong role, why this happens so frequently, and how to ensure we get the right people in the right role the first time.

    In this episode, we discuss:
    [03:50]  How insecurity impacts workplace culture
    [05:36]  How skilled people may end up in the wrong role
    [08:50]  Picking out the right candidate for promotion
    [10:36]  What to do if you promoted a person to the wrong role
    [15:07]  How to manage employees as your company evolves
    [21:02]  Creating systems that put the right people in the right roles
    Click here for the transcript of this episode.
    Click here to listen to Episode 34 – "Detox: Managing Insecurity in the Workplace with Melanie Pump"

    Follow Danny Langloss on LinkedIn as he breaks down leadership tools, strategies, and concepts throughout the week.

    Have you heard about  Danny's "Ownership" concept?

    Ownership is a team members extreme emotional and psychological connection to the goals of the organization, their team and the organization as a whole. Owners do things because it is important to them, not because they are told to do it.  Owners are constantly looking to get 1% better every day, always looking for ways to add layers of greatness to the organization, and proactive solve problems as they arise.

    In Season 2, Episode 27, Danny breaks down Ownership and the 7 Pillars leaders can use to create it.

    ABOUT MELANIE

    Melanie Pump grew up in a family that went bankrupt soon after she was born. By fifteen, she was a high school dropout. Today, she is Chief Financial Officer of Plank Ventures, a public investment firm that supports entrepreneurs.
    During her more than 20 years of progressive corporate experience, Melanie has studied the impact leaders and workplace cultures have on employee security and performance.
    Through her work, Melanie learned how to shape a corporate environment to create powerful teamwork, authentic communication, diverse creativity, and heartfelt loyalty. Melanie currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Brane in Vancouver, Canada.
    She wrote her book, “Detox: Managing Insecurity in the Workplace” to help leaders and employees everywhere to learn how to truly thrive.

    Connect with Melanie Pump:

    LinkedIn
    Website

    • 37 min
    7 Steps to a Time Freedom Lifestyle with Genesis Hey Krick

    7 Steps to a Time Freedom Lifestyle with Genesis Hey Krick

    As leaders we are always pulled in so many different directions.  In this episode, Genesis Hey Krick is going to share 

    As leaders, we are always pulled in so many different directions. But it’s not just leaders; it’s also the people on our team.
    There’s so much going on in our lives that we sometimes just get dragged along by our day instead of us running our day. Filling in multiple roles can be a lot, so finding a system that makes it work is so important.
    Today on the podcast, Genesis Hey Krick is going to share her 7 Step Strategy on how to create a time freedom lifestyle that can help you achieve a work-life balance and put your energy into the things that matter.
    Topics covered in this episode:

    [05:52]  Overview of the seven steps to time freedom lifestyle
    [07:39]  What does a ‘time freedom lifestyle’ mean?
    [08:52]  Preparing the mind for change and success
    [15:32]  Developing a self-care routine
    [19:18]  Creating the right priorities
    [25:51]  Managing your time effectively
    [35:14]  Establishing new habits
    [37:26]  Strengthening your relationships

    Click here for the transcript of this episode.

    Follow Danny Langloss on LinkedIn as he breaks down leadership tools, strategies, and concepts throughout the week.

    Have you heard about  Danny's "Ownership" concept?

    Ownership is a team members extreme emotional and psychological connection to the goals of the organization, their team and the organization as a whole. Owners do things because it is important to them, not because they are told to do it.  Owners are constantly looking to get 1% better every day, always looking for ways to add layers of greatness to the organization, and proactive solve problems as they arise.

    In Season 2, Episode 27, Danny breaks down Ownership and the 7 Pillars leaders can use to create it.


    ABOUT GENESIS

    Genesis Hey Krick has been involved in the personal growth and development industry for over ten years and prides herself on helping individuals create successful lives through “time focus” and “prioritizing strategies”. She thrives on helping others achieve a balance of their personal and professional life and is diligent about encouraging busy working professionals to share their gifts and message with the world.
    She is also a certified life and career coach and has worked across the spectrum with a focus on career development and setting life goals for her clients. She currently works one-on-one with individuals helping them to get clarity, create goals, strategic plans, and time management skills and provides group coaching. Her deepest passion is her speaking and she has inspired 1000’s of individuals through her motivational engagements.

    Links:

    Pomodoro Technique
    Pareto Analysis
    Time Freedom Lifestyle Masterclass

    Connect with Genesis:

    LinkedIn
    Website
    Instagram

    • 53 min
    Fail Proof: Become the Unstoppable You with American Ninja Warrior Alex Weber

    Fail Proof: Become the Unstoppable You with American Ninja Warrior Alex Weber

    What would you do if you couldn’t fail? Who might you become? What might you lead? How might you help your team members become unstoppable? 

    In this episode, we talk about how to be unstoppable with five-time TEDx Speaker and American Ninja Warrior, Alex Weber.
    Alex talks about the six-step system to becoming the unstoppable you, which he also shares in his upcoming book, “Fool Proof: Become the Unstoppable You”. He also talks about his journey towards becoming an American Ninja Warrior, how he motivates himself to stick to his goals, how to manage your emotions and be more confident, and more!
    Topics covered in this episode:


    In this episode, we discuss:
    [08:46]  6-Step System to Becoming the Unstoppable You
    [13:24]  Two obstacles to fulfilling your dreams and goals
    [15:09]  Claiming the goal…
    [16:44]  …and making it real
    [29:07]  Finding the boldness to achieve your goals
    [31:26]  Learning to manage your emotions
    [36:03]  Identifying areas where we can do better
    [39:30]  How to be more confident
    [42:46]  What true positivity is

    Click here for the transcript.

    Follow Danny Langloss on LinkedIn as he breaks down leadership tools, strategies, and concepts throughout the week.

    Have you heard about  Danny's "Ownership" concept?

    Ownership is a team members extreme emotional and psychological connection to the goals of the organization, their team and the organization as a whole. Owners do things because it is important to them, not because they are told to do it.  Owners are constantly looking to get 1% better every day, always looking for ways to add layers of greatness to the organization, and proactive solve problems as they arise.

    In Season 2, Episode 27, Danny breaks down Ownership and the 7 Pillars leaders can use to create it.

    ABOUT ALEX

    Alex Weber is an in-demand keynote speaker, five-time TEDx Speaker, and award-winning host, competing alongside elite athletes on American Ninja Warrior. Alex has been awarded US Lacrosse Coach of the Year honors, holds a World Record, and competed in the World Championships of lacrosse finishing as a Top Scorer in the world.
    But he also knows what it feels like to hit setbacks, self-doubt, pressures, uncertainty, and failures — and overcome them.  It’s his sincere understanding of peak performance and peak challenges, mixed with unforgettable stories and actionable strategies that make Alex connect so well with audiences.
    Alex knows what it takes to summon the best of ourselves in the moments we need it most – for ourselves, and for the people who need us to lead the way forward.
    His new upcoming book, “Fail Proof: Become the Unstoppable You” is set to be released on October 26, 2021. A direct link to pre-order the book will be linked in the podcast description.

    To purchase the book, click here.

    Connect with Alex Weber:
    Website
    LinkedIn

    • 48 min

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62 Ratings

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Fantastic Podcast for Leaders 🔥🔥

I just wanted to take a moment and say thank you for creating such an impactful podcast! I believe that we all have a voice that deserves to be heard. Thank you for putting this into the world! BE UNBROKEN! @MichaelUnbroken

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Going Deep Into Leadership

There are many podcasts that talk about leadership, but Danny Langloss and the Leadership Excellence Podcast are not satisfied to dance around the edges of leadership. Danny ask questions that get to the core of what it takes to be a more impactful and influential leader, no matter your position (of even without a position). Today’s reality is that leadership is more essential than ever, yet there are often glaring absences and failures of leadership. The workforce reality today is that culture matters, meaning matters and values matter — all of which demands more leadership (more vulnerable leadership) than ever. Danny Langloss and his guests bring you the tools, mindsets and strategies you need to amplify your leadership impact.

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Danny always seem to provide valuable podcast at times where I’m looking to clarify some leadership skills within myself or my organization. Well put together speakers and topics. Keep up the excellent work.

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