42 episodes

The Leadercast Podcast is dedicated to helping people become leaders worth following. Whether you’re at the beginning of your leadership journey or you’ve been leading for decades, this podcast will help you take your leadership to the next level.

Each episode features topics like: management, company culture, servant leadership, communication techniques, time management, personal development, goal setting, recruiting great talent, innovation, vision casting and more.

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The Leadercast Podcast is dedicated to helping people become leaders worth following. Whether you’re at the beginning of your leadership journey or you’ve been leading for decades, this podcast will help you take your leadership to the next level.

Each episode features topics like: management, company culture, servant leadership, communication techniques, time management, personal development, goal setting, recruiting great talent, innovation, vision casting and more.

    41. Francine LeFrak on Her Legacy

    41. Francine LeFrak on Her Legacy

    When your social issues film is canceled, the next logical step is to start a jewelry company to benefit female victims of genocide, right?
     
    It was for Francine LeFrak, a producer who has changed thousands of lives with her entrepreneurship and social justice leadership.
     
    On this episode, Angela Raub, CEO and President at Leadercast, launches the inaugural edition of Leadercast Legacy by interviewing one of the most influential people she knows: Francine LeFrak, Founder at Same Sky and Francine A. LeFrak Foundation.



    What we talked about:
    Francine’s legacy of social advocacy for women The earliest influencers in Francine’s life Stories that make Francine proud and what inspires her  
    Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    Same Sky The Francine A. LeFrak Foundation


    Check out the full podcast with Francine LeFrak by clicking here.

    If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can find every episode of the Leadercast Podcast at this link.

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    40. Sangram Vajre on Flipping Your Perspective

    40. Sangram Vajre on Flipping Your Perspective

    You’re stuck in a middle seat on a long flight... with no wifi. So you take your conference notes and literally flip them upside down.
     
    That’s what Sangram Vajre did five years ago, and his idea of flipping the funnel has exploded, to say the least. Terminus has grown from a 3-person company to 200 employees and has reached thousands with the Flip My Funnel conference.
     
    On this episode, I interview Sangram Vajre, Accidental Evangelist and Co-Founder at Terminus, about completely flipping his perspective on what matters in work, relationships, and life.
     
    What we talked about:
    All leaders are learners — but not pleasers Sangram’s definition of positive disruption (plus a sneak peek of what you’ll hear at Leadercast 2020) Using one-on-ones to create incredible transparency


    Check out the full podcast with Sangram Vajre by clicking here.

    If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

    • 44 min
    39. Michael Dominguez on Successful Sales Leadership

    39. Michael Dominguez on Successful Sales Leadership

    Wow. 
     
    Sitting down with Michael Dominguez, President and CEO of Associated Luxury Hotels International, is like sitting underneath a waterfall of leadership wisdom. 
     
    Michael joined us for this week’s episode of the Leadercast podcast where he poured out knowledge and wisdom from years of experience leading sales teams in the hospitality industry. 
     
    He shared a fresh and honest perspective on sales leadership: “We tend to promote our best salespeople into leadership roles, but just because you’re good at sales doesn’t mean you’re going to be a great leader.” 
     
    We talked about:
    Why organizations struggle when they promote performers, not servant leaders Where you spend your team, determines where you place your value The 8 Rules Every Leader Should Live By
    Check out the full podcast with Michael Dominguez by clicking here, and you can find every episode of The Leadercast Podcast at this link.

    • 39 min
    38. Kim Ades on The Power of Thinking

    38. Kim Ades on The Power of Thinking

    A person's thinking has a greater impact on their outcomes than any other contributing factor.
     
    Emotional resilience makes someone much more likely to succeed — no matter what industry, no matter what job.
     
    On this episode, I interview Kim Ades, president and founder of Frame of Mind Coaching, about our topic of the month — exploration:
     
    What we talked about:
    Emotional resilience equals success How our thinking impacts others (only 7% of communication is verbal) Ways to change our thinking 2 questions to ask yourself to challenge your beliefs
    Check out the full podcast with Kim Ades by clicking here, and you can find every episode of The Leadercast Podcast at this link.

    • 33 min
    37. Jeff Hilimire on Finding Your Entrepreneurial Spirit

    37. Jeff Hilimire on Finding Your Entrepreneurial Spirit

    Successful entrepreneurs just have to make it work. 
     
    It’s the belief that there’s no alternative that makes leaders who think like entrepreneurs commit to making a team, organization, or company successful.
     
    On this episode, we hear from Jeff Hilimire, CEO of Dragon Army:
     
    What we talked about:
    The 5 days of The 5-Day Turnaround Why you should stand during meetings What it means to lead like an entrepreneur Why some startups fail and how long startups really take Empathy is the most important leadership quality  
    Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    The 5-Day Turnaround (Jeff’s book) Books by Patrick Lindsay
    Check out the full podcast with Jeff Hilimire by clicking here and you can find every episode of The Leadercast Podcast at this link.

    • 36 min
    36. Dale Brown on Leaving a Leadership Legacy

    36. Dale Brown on Leaving a Leadership Legacy

    Leaders have so much influence in the lives of those they lead, which is why they should always pay attention to the legacy that they’re leaving.
     
    On this episode, I interview Dale Brown, former LSU Basketball Coach and owner of Dale Brown Enterprises:
     
    What we talked about:
    Dale’s role models — his mom and his coach How to build players up with respect and love The letter Dale wrote to Shaquille O'Neal How he led LSU to 17 winning seasons in a row  
    Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
    Dale quotes from Booker T. Washington, Oscar Wilde, and Einstein! How Democracies Die by Levitsky and Ziblatt  
    Check out the full podcast with Dale Brown by clicking here.

    If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

    • 36 min

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