Would you like to uncover how Leaders with Heart lead their teams and engage and retain them in the process? Join Heather R. Younger, J.D., the best-selling author of The 7 Intuitive Laws of Employee Loyalty and Founder and CEO of Customer Fanatix as she interviews amazing leaders from all over the world and all walks of life to find out what drives them to be more emotionally intelligent leaders.
Leaders with Heart Show Others How to Be Grateful
In this episode, Heather speaks directly to listeners about gratitude, resilience, how leaders help those they lead reframe and focus forward.
1. Help your people become resilient
2. Use gratitude as a resilience-building tool
3. Curate experiences that change the frame
Leaders with Heart Throw Themselves on the Line First
In this episode, Heather hosts a solo show. In a concise and powerful episode, she connects a classic movie, “The Gladiator,” to caring leadership. Maximus, the protagonist of the movie played by Russel Crowe, exemplifies that people can lead from any place, with or without a title.
He produces a strong and effective team of gladiators by using key caring leader tactics. He takes the time to build trust. He puts himself on the line for his team, and proves that he believes in the power of the team.
Leaders with Heart Lift Up Others
Heather speaks to Garth Jordan and Heather Loenser of the American Animal Hospital Association. Both leaders of this organization: Garth, CEO, and Heather Loenser, Senior Veterinary Officer, together with Heather Younger have a very dynamic discussion about their personal leadership findings.
To the Heathers, empathy comes naturally. To Garth, it has been a work in progress. Yet, they all agree that empathy is crucial to the art of leadership,
Leaders with Heart are Empowered by their Vulnerability
In this Leadership with Heart episode, Heather speaks with Kirsten Benefiel, CEO of HSS, a company focused on leading the next generation of innovative security managed devices. Kirsten is a leader who strives to be authentic by showing up, being vulnerable and listening more than she speaks.
Heather and Kirsten both elaborate on the importance that values, purpose and mission play in the trajectory of both one’s personal life as well as their professional path.
Leaders with Heart Make it Safe to Share All Stories
In this episode, Heather shares some personal and heartfelt stories that need to be shared. She was nudged to share them and to ask listeners some key questions relating to safe spaces to tell all stories at work. Heather invites you to listen with an open mind and heart to her stories and to share some of your own, making others feel comfortable to show up as their full selves.
Leaders with Heart Leave Room for Mistakes
In this episode Heather interviews Diana Steinhoff, Executive Vice President, Product and Strategy at Life & Absence Management Administrative Solutions. Diana is a leader who does what she loves day in and day out, interacting with people that need help as they navigate difficult life events. Diana has mastered how to be innovative in a difficult space and infuse lots of compassion into her work.
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Love the different perspectives
A lot to be learned by listening!
Refreshing and Educational!
I just started listening to this podcast a few weeks ago and I’m really enjoying it. As a newer leader in my organization, I find the real-life examples and advice very helpful as I grow and define myself and my leadership style. The guests are truly inspiring and Heather is a great host. Highly recommend.
A Podcast with Heart!
Heather is about leading with heart and I enjoyed our time together on your show. If you want to get insights about leadership and people who do it with heart tune in to this podcast as Heather has it going on!
The HR Dad