Unleash your best in life and work with executive coach, leadership expert, change consultant and keynote speaker Eric Boles and host Dale Dixon.
A Life Well Lived
Legacy and making a difference
Eric recently lost his brother. In this inspiring and heart-felt episode, he shares the life lessons and stories of a life well-lived.
Moving at Pace
Establishing a sense of urgency instead of panic in adapting to a fast-paced business world is crucial. In this episode, Eric Boles shares how a leader can bring her or his team along in the rapidly evolving environment. Learn how to develop and share an understanding of direction to keep your team performing consistently.
Bringing Clarity To Leadership
Leading requires clarity of purpose. How do you handle the present to prepare for the future? Eric shares the principles he's learned to lead with clarity.
One size does not fit all when helping the people you lead achieve their greatest potential. However it's easy for leaders to fall into the trap of doing what's comfortable. Eric provides an actionable approach to tuning into each individual on your team to coach in a personal, effective way.
Setting the priority
"In order for choice to live, options must die." In this episode Eric shares how leaders can remove the noise of, "everything is important," to focus on and set the priority.
Be a Problem Solver
Your level influence depends on the problems you solve. More importantly, are you building problem-solving capacity in those you lead? Eric breaks down problem-solving as a leadership requirement: how to do it and how do it better.
Great podcast Dale!
Searching for discomfort is exactly what I needed to hear today. It’s so “anti” society today but it’s also spot on
Without a Doubt The Best Leadership Podcast
This is the podcast you want to listen to if you are interested in leadership and business success. Jason’s ability to tell stories of business and leadership success is unsurpassed, and easily translated to real world action. Very much recommended.
As someone who started in the professional world in the mid 80’s, I’m a regular listener to Jason’s podcasts and I’m reading my way through his books, and I have yet to spend 20 minutes in which I don’t learn something new. Jason’s research and humor keep the content interesting. I’m always excited for the next podcast.