Everyone has had a person in their life who did or said a small thing that made a big difference in how you live and work today. Small-Time Leaders is a 10-minute podcast on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, hosted by Michael Alan Tate, a seasoned executive coach and best-selling author. If you get a lift out of hearing an accomplished person give sincere credit to another for their success in career and life, this show is for you!
Ask Before You Task with Jacob Devlin
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Jacob Devlin shares with us a life lesson he received while in the military. His leader Matthew Atkins demonstrated high importance of people first, mission second. The importance of asking before you task and how to place people first has helped Jacob in his civilian life and taught him that empathy builds and cultivates stronger relationships.
Leading with Integrity with Jacob Devlin
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Jacob Devlin shares with us how Robert Keenan taught him to lead with integrity. This lesson not only helped him grow on a pivotal point in his life but also demonstrated to him the importance of holding someone accountable. Listen to today's episode to learn more about how leading with integrity could impact you and your team.
Nature of Total Commitment with Dr. Emmet Cooper
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Dr. Emmet Cooper talks about the nature of total commitment. Dr. Cooper says that people go through three stages before they commit. First, they lie to themselves to feel better, secondly, they either quit or move forward and the final they move into full commitment.
Passion is the Foundation to Success with Dr. Emmet Cooper
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Dr. Emmet Cooper shares a personal story about how if you do everything with passion and give it your all, you will find that success will find you.
Motorcycle Memories and Success in Life with Michael A. Tate
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, the host, Michael Tate share with us how Paul demonstrated to him what it takes to find success. Paul shared with Mike how the 1985 Harley Davidsons Road Glide saved his family and brought him back happiness.
Paint the Picture Explaining the Why with Romina Muhametaj
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Romina Muhametaj shares with us how her leader Ed Cunliffe helped her explore the why on her goals and her team goals. By finding the why of everything and paining the picture explaining the why benefit you will fail to deliver the message across and leave out very important facts.
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I had the opportunity to be a guest on Small-Time Leaders as well as have Michael on my podcast. Michael offers years of life knowledge to the audience in a comfortable conversation that allows great messages to formulate. The insight Michael derives from the guests really bring the information to a great level.
Listening to people give thanks to their leaders makes me reflect about the people about in my life.
Michael is amazing!
I interviewed Michael while back for my own podcast and I followed his advice. “Ask for advise not for a job” he said. His book The White Shirt and my conversation with him helped me strategically change my career and get the job I had been dreaming for. Highly recommended this podcast and reading his book. Thank you Michael- Romina Muhametaj