Most podcasts out there today do little more than provide a platform for somebody to promote their latest book.
As a person who has been interviewed hundreds of times on these kinds of programs, I know how they work – contrived and pre-planned. In fact, you will likely hear the same messages nearly every time an expert is interviewed.
The Indispensable Conversation is different.
We host authentic conversations about real topics that impact leaders of all kinds. There are no read ahead questions, no retakes, no BS.
Just one guest, one provocative question, one indispensable conversation.
Monte Pedersen: Do you have to stay hungry to be outstanding?
Monte Pedersen joins Jim Kerr on the 50th episode of The Indispensable Conversation podcast.
If you're unfamiliar with Monte, he heads up The CDA Group LLC an independent leadership training firm specializing in strategy execution. The focus of his thought leadership centers around how to get results. It's this focus that makes him the perfect guest to tackle this question with me:
"Do you have to stay hungry to be outstanding?"
Rishad Ahmed - Do you need to develop a keen intuition to be an exceptional leader?
World famous keynote speaker and business coach Rishad Ahmed joins me for next episode of The Indispensable Conversation.
Rishad works to ignite transformation through holistic thinking and wisdom-driven leadership. He wants to help you to empower your organization for an inspired future.
This all makes him the "right guest, at the right time" to delve into this question with me:
Do you need to develop a keen intuition to be an exceptional leader?
Tyler Schmoker: Is it possible to navigate between staying true to oneself and adapting to societal expectations
Today my guest is the world famous thrill seeker and creative motivator Tyler Schmoker. Tyler is a retired army veteran, mountain climber, cross country skier, and all around good guy.
His posts on LinkedIn are distinctive because they typically feature him in some sort of “day in the life” motif. Indeed, death defying cycling vids are inter-meshed with views from the State Fair or his vegetable garden and all come with a message that inspires.
In our opinion, this makes Tyler the ideal guest to tackle this question with me:
"Is it possible to navigate between staying true to oneself and adapting to societal expectations?"
Eric Stone: Does Company Culture Matter When Work is Fully Remote?
Join me as I welcome Eric Stone, newly minted author and consultant, to The Indispensable Conversation Podcast as we explore the question:"Does Company Culture Matter When Work is Fully Remote?"
We sure get after it on topics including motivation, community and commitment.
Joe Polanin: Is it on leaders to make their people happy?
This episode of The Indispensable Conversation features award winning CEO, combat veteran, and author Joseph Polanin.
Listen in as we tackle the question:
Is it on leaders to make their people happy?
Listen in! You just might be surprised where we go on this one!
Tim Hughes: Does social selling still have a place in an AI-based world?
Tim Hughes’ LinkedIn profile states he “Should have played Quidditch for England.” But, that’s not the reason he’s joining me as a guest on the next episode of The Indispensable Conversation.
Rather, the fact that he wrote a terrific book last year entitled: Social Selling: Techniques to Influence Buyers and Change-makers makes him the “right” guest to wrestle through the following question with me on this episode of The Indispensable Conversation:
Does social selling still have a place in an AI-based world?
Listen in as we get after this one!