How many decisions do you make every day? Have you ever said, "I can do this or I can do that?" Doug Hensch is an accomplished Executive Coach in search of a new way to see the world...by Looking for AND. Doug will be talking to business leaders, psychologists, artists and anyone that can teach a thing or two about being open-minded and more effective critical thinkers.
Chris Lewis - The Infinite Leader
What do Volkswagen, Wells Fargo and NASA have in common? At one point, each of these organizations with storied histories experienced a major, public failure that was a result of "catastrophic leadership." My guest, Chris Lewis, and I talk about how it's time to put an entirely new lens on leadership. His new book, "The Infinite Leader - Balancing the Demands of Modern Business Leadership" encourages us to consider both long and short term ways of thinking.
Clint Babcock - NEGOTIATING FROM THE INSIDE OUT
Clint has nearly 25 years experience developing and directing organizations’ recruiting and sales strategies, as well as coaching and mentoring "C-level" executives. In this episode, he and I talk about the art of business negotiation and his new book, "Negotiating from the Inside Out: A Playbook for Business Success."
Alan Robinson - Corporate Creativity
Alan Robinson, PhD, argues that most creativity comes from the bottom up. That is, frontline employees are the source of the most and best ideas that will make your company more effective. And, he has the research to back it up. On this week's episode, we talk about an oldie AND a goodie..."Corporate Creativity - How Innovation and Improvement Actually Happen." It was published in 1997 and is still one of my favorite books.
Omar Harris - The Servant Leader's Manifesto
What can Star Wars teach us about modern day leadership? How is a 50+ year old concept (servant leadership) more important than ever? Why do some managers engage in toxic behaviors?
Josh Weiss - The Book of Real-World Negotiations
Josh Weiss is back! He's got a new book ("The Book of Real-World Negotiations: Successful Strategies From Business, Government, and Daily Life") that helps all of us create more "AND-like" situations when we negotiate. On this week's episode we dive head first into the myths of negotiation, what is the best way to plan, why information is the "currency of negotiation" and how to help the other person form a collaborative mindset.
Rob Hartnett - It's All Possible
What do you think when you see the title of a book being "It's All Possible - How to lead an epic life and unleash the high performance hero within you?" I'm a big believer in the positive role of optimism, hope and positive emotions AND I'm kind of a skeptic by nature. Well Rob Hartnett, set me straight...he's no skeptic and he does not believe in being overly optimistic.
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Such a treat!
Thank you for having me on Looking for And! Doug is a brilliant, curious, and committed host sparking important conversations and perspectives.
Love these podcasts. Doug is a terrific interviewer and always learning from this. Keep it up!
Great Episode on The Connection Culture
As someone focused on the impact connection has on creating vibrant relationships, Doug did a great job speaking with Mike and Katie Stallard to draw this out. He was able to uncover how their personal experiences with connection and lack of connection had a positive and/or negative impact on their lives. I will remember and apply Vison, Value and Voice. Looking forward to future episodes.