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Helping Others Fulfill Their Potential with Scott Paradis & Art Barter
The Servant Leadership Institute Podcast is back with an incredible interview with Scott Paradis, author and servant leader. Listen as Scott and Art Barter discuss the cycle of leadership through their many, powerful experiences. Scott has dedicated his life to finding and sharing truth, an important aspect of leadership. Through his time with the United States Army and beyond, Scott has learned many valuable lessons he has graciously shared with us today. Don't forget a notepad, you'll want to take notes during this one!
Learn more about Scott Paradis:
Click here to visit Scott's website and to view the video mentioned during the episode: https://scottfparadis.com/
Scott F. Paradis is a student of life and seeker of ultimate truth. Believing only once something is made simple can we truly understand, he intends to discern, distill and leverage the fundamentals of enduring wisdom. A native of New Hampshire, Scott concluded a 30+ year career with the United States Army retiring at the rank of colonel. In addition to assignments stateside in Europe and the Middle East he served as a Congressional Fellow with the United States Senate and as a National Security Fellow with the Kennedy School at Harvard University. He holds a Master of Science from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Hampshire. Scott lives with his wife of 34 years "Lisa" in Eagle River, Alaska. A fitness enthusiast he enjoys traveling, outdoor adventures and exploring the backcountry with his 90-pound golden-doodle Rusty. Scott is currently working on his 10th book (a political thriller "Capitol Crimes") and has produced and published multiple audio and audio-visual training programs.
Developing Leadership with Civil Disagreements: A Conversation with Joel Manby & Art Barter
What an exciting episode we have for you today! Art Barter interviews Joel Manby, the former CEO of SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment who made a huge cultural impact during a critical time in the theme parks' history. These two transformative leaders discuss the importance of listening to understand, and the concepts behind civil disagreements. They discuss the implementation and integration of servant led cultures, and the unconscious fear and humility that leaders might experience while developing their new leadership. This episode is truly inspiring - we hope it adds value to your day!
More about Joel Manby:
Drawing on 25+ years of CEO experience of major corporations, Manby wrote “Love Works”, which integrates “love the verb” into an organization’s leadership ethos and philosophy. Love Works has sold over 100,000 copies, and a new expanded version was released in March 2020. Previously, Joel was Chief Executive Officer of SeaWorld and served as CEO of Herschend Enterprises. Additionally, Joel spent 20 years in general management in the auto industry. Joel is currently the non-executive Chairman of Orange, In addition, Joel consults and speaks on “Love Works”, crisis leadership lessons and other leadership topics. To learn more about Joel Manby and "Love Works," please visit his website: https://joelmanby.com/.
Visit our website to learn more about Art Barter and the Servant Leadership Institute: https://www.servantleadershipinstitute.com/.
Saving Face with Art Barter & Maya Hu-Chan
In this episode, Art Barter interviews Maya Hu-Chan, author of Saving Face: How to Preserve Dignity and Build Trust.
Face is the new social currency of our time. Face represents one’s self-esteem, self-worth, identity, reputation, status, pride, and dignity. The more face you have, the easier and faster you can get things done. “Saving face” is a universal concept that enables you to connect with people, break down barriers, and build trust and long-term relationships. When the phrase “it’s not about the money” is used, the real issue is often about face. Join Art and Maya as they discuss these concepts and so much more. Get a notebook; you'll want to take notes!
Maya Hu-Chan is a globally recognized speaker, author, leadership consultant, and ICF Master Certified Coach. She specializes in global leadership, cross-cultural management, and diversity and inclusion.
Maya partners with organizations to build leadership capabilities to enable profound growth and change, aligned with business and personal goals. Ranked Top 8 Global Solutions Thinkers by Thinkers50, World Top 30 Leadership Gurus, and Top 100 Thought Leaders in Management & Leadership, Maya has worked with thousands of leaders from major corporations, government agencies, and non-profit organizations throughout the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Australia. Harvard Business School chose her book, Global Leadership: The Next Generation, to be their Working Knowledge book. She is a columnist for Inc.com. Her most recent book, Saving Face: How to Preserve Dignity and Build Trust (Berrett-Koehler Publishers), explores the nuances of working with people across cultures and diverse backgrounds through the universal concepts of saving, losing, and honoring “face.” Maya lives in San Diego, California, with her husband and their triplets. She enjoys yoga, hiking, and traveling. www.mayahuchan.com
Win a copy of Saving Face: How to Preserve Dignity and Build Trust! Click here to enter to win a copy of Maya's book. Two lucky winners will be drawn December 4th.
The Importance of Values in Business
Art Barter is joined by David & Sara Suter from Consolidated Building Systems, Inc. Join these inspiring leaders as they talk about servant leadership during Covid-19, and how the practice has benefited not only their employees, but their customers.
Founded by Lou Suter in 1986, CBSI (Consolidated Building Systems, Inc.) has spent the last 30 years redefining excellence in construction management, relocation planning and the mobilization of resources. Joined by his son David Suter in 1998, the duo have created lasting relationships utilizing servant leadership in their day-to-day operations. CBSI specializes in construction management, relocation planning, project management, facilities planning, and so much more.
For more information about CBSI, visit their website here!
Leading & Following at Any Age
There are currently five generations in the workforce, all with very different backgrounds. The millennials have risen through social media, and the baby boomers' work ethic is as strong as ever. We sat down with three different generations to talk about the similarities and differences between the different age groups. We discuss corporate company culture, and how its evolved throughout the years. Join Olivia, Lisa and Carol as they consider the new age of technology and how communication between generations matured passed stereotypes.
For a free handout summarizing this episode with Tips for Success with a Multi-Generational Organization, click here!
The Epilogue from the Art of Servant Leadership II Book Series with Art Barter
In this episode, we talk with Art Barter about the final chapter in his book: The Art of Servant Leadership II: the Epilogue. Carol and Art discuss what legacy means to them and evaluate the importance of adding value to individuals. As they reflect on 25 years of friendship and service, these influential leaders recount the ways in which servant leadership has enriched their lives. This episode is as nostalgic as it is informative. Enjoy!
We are happy to announce that We’re happy to announce that the SLI Podcast has been recognized as #1 on Feedspot’s Top 30 Servant Leadership Podcasts To Follow in 2020!
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Content is Valuable- Audio Needs Work
I enjoy the podcast and listen fairly regularly, however the audio/use of stereo for different speakers is so annoying it’s usually the last on my play list.
Great conversations about servant leadership
Really enjoy hearing the different perspectives on servant leadership. I have gotten so much out of this podcast already.
Only reason I can't give it five stars is the audio is mixed in a way that has the two people talking each panned over to opposite ears. I keep wanting to turn my head as the different people speak. If they get that fixed, I'll happily give the podcast five stars.