Your personal evolution sparks your leadership (r)evolution.
Now, more than ever, CEOs, senior executives, and entrepreneurs are hungry for ground-breaking techniques and strategies to get the edge and enhance their personal and leadership effectiveness. Some might call these growth tools “cutting edge” and others may be skeptical of “woo-woo”— but either way there is an intense curiosity for outside-the-box personal growth programs that help you be both a better human and a better leader. In The Enlightened Executive, we will spotlight the latest trends — whether they be programs like Dare to Lead, apps like Inner Balance, Ayahuasca meditation retreats, or tech such as Whoop or Oura — and dig into what they are, what they offer, and whether they actually work to help you evolve personally and professionally. Guests will include founders of these programs and the executives who have experienced them. Up-level your leadership and join the (r)evolution!
Dealing with Anxiety Through Havening (feat. Stephen Travers)
Susan Drumm and Stephen Travers discuss the three types of Havening touch techniques, the science behind the process, and the results of Havening. He also walks us through a demo of Havening.
This method can even be used to help with common stressful situations like public speaking, conflict, or dealing with constructive criticism. “Havening helps us to be at our best, in terms of changing what’s actually happening in our brains and bodies,” Stephen explains.
Face Reading – An Ancient Skill for Success in Modern Business, with Eric Standop
When used effectively as a strategy for understanding people, face reading can help leaders hire great people that will help their companies thrive. If you’re in contract negotiations with a Chinese-owned business, and there are more than three people on the other side in the room, chances are one of them is a face reader. Learn how face reading can help you to get the edge in negotiations, hiring, and M&A due diligence in the latest episode of the Enlightened Executive.
The Key To Unveil Your Blind Spots – A New Tool For Upgrading Emotional Intelligence, with Alison Whitmire
Most of the time, leaders look for the source of a problem within their organization without actually realizing they could be part of the problem itself. Our past experiences influence our leadership style in ways we cannot even imagine. To help professionals bring light to those blind spots, instruments like the EQ Profile are essential, as they offer a snapshot of their inner path to unbraid the consequences of it in their company.
How to Actively Listen (feat. Erin Snyder)
A graduation, the death of a loved one; huge life changes are normal for all of us. What's not healthy is an inability to adapt to such changes. Our guest, Seminar Leader for Landmark, Erin Snyder joins us today talking about actively listening for healthy connection, and how listeners can develop to lead their own lives.
How to Use the Enneagram in Business (feat. Beatrice Chestnut)
Today we decode the enneagram, and put it to work for our benefit as leaders. Beatrice Chestnut, PhD, MA is a licensed psychotherapist, executive coach, and business consultant based in San Francisco, CA. She has a PhD in communication studies and an MA in clinical psychology. A leading global thought leader on the Enneagram system, Beatrice has been studying the Enneagram system of personality since 1990.
The Skill Every Leader Needs: Focus (feat. Dandapani)
Dandapani is a Hindu priest, entrepreneur and a former monk of 10 years. He joins us from his 33-acre spiritual scantuary and botnaical garden in costa rica. Today, we focus...on focus.
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