65 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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    • 4.3 • 29 Ratings

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.

    Avoiding the Micromanaging Mistake

    Avoiding the Micromanaging Mistake

    Let’s just debunk the idea that anyone is “born” a leader and recognize that leadership grows out of our trustworthiness, values, behaviors, and goals.
    What’s one of the best indicators? Taking joy in others’ success.
    In this episode, we interview Scott Miller, former EVP of Franklin Covey, about how remote work should permanently shift our mindset about a leader’s job.
    What we talked about:

    - Checking in, not checking on

    - Culture, relationships, and what an org’s greatest asset really is

    - Top 3 leadership competencies

    - What humility really means and why it is so challenging
    Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:

    - Scott wrote Everyone Deserves a Great Manager and Management Mess to Leadership Success

    - Scott’s podcast is On Leadership
    Check out the full podcast with Scott Miller by clicking here.
    If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

    • 43 min
    Why Businesses Need Rituals w/Erica Keswin

    Why Businesses Need Rituals w/Erica Keswin

    Rituals are good for business.
    What they aren’t: habits, rules, or protocols. So, how do rituals relate to your org?
    In this episode, we interview Erica Keswin, speaker, podcast host, and author of Bring Your Human to Work, about why businesses need rituals.
    What we talked about:

    The difference between rules and rituals
    3 Ps in the equation of bringing rituals to work
    Struggles that leaders have to implement rituals
    Authenticity and how to be human at work

    Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:

    Erica’s book: Bring Your Human to Work
    Erica’s podcast: Left to Our Own Devices

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

    • 38 min
    How to Improve Your Communication Style w/ Luis Gonzáles

    How to Improve Your Communication Style w/ Luis Gonzáles

    What’s your biggest communication weakness as a leader?   We can all admit to communication flaws. Here are some tools and attitudes to help us to improve.   In this episode, we interview Luis Gonzáles, Global Business Communications Consultant at Fierce, Inc., about improving your communication style.   What we talked about:   - Cultivating an attitude of curiosity   - How & why to delegate   - Communications lessons from the hospitality industry   - 2 suggestions for improving remote work communication   Check out the full podcast with Luis Gonzáles by clicking here.   If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

    • 42 min
    61. Misconceptions about Hungry Leadership

    61. Misconceptions about Hungry Leadership

    Leaders are hungry.   Hungry to improve themselves, hungry to achieve recognition, hungry to have an impact on others.   In this episode, we interview Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia, CEO at Product School, about how leaders can keep themselves hungry.   What we talked about:   - What entrepreneurs do & don’t need to get started   - The origin story for Product School   - Intentionally creating a remote community    - Leaders should step up for causes they care about   Check out this resource we mentioned during the podcast:   - Read Carlos’s best selling Product Book for free   Check out the full podcast with Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia by clicking here.   If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

    • 34 min
    60. Recognizing Unconscious Bias with Pamela Fuller

    60. Recognizing Unconscious Bias with Pamela Fuller

    You have unconscious biases.   But it doesn’t make you a bad person. It actually just makes you a person.   In this episode, we interview Pamela Fuller, Global Managing Client Partner and Thought Leader, Inclusion & Bias at FranklinCovey, about recognizing unconscious bias.   What we talked about:   - Bias just means preference for or against something   - Our brains use shortcuts to process 11M+ bits of information per second   - We often underestimate how our biases limit ourselves   - We can choose to impact others positively by becoming aware of biases   Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:   - Pamela’s book is The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias   - The Person You Mean To Be by Dolly Chung   Check out the full podcast with Pamela Fuller 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
    59. Moving Fast with Stephanie Mehta

    59. Moving Fast with Stephanie Mehta

    Remote work will change leaders & employees forever.   Leaders will have to adapt in 3 ways: be more employee-centric, define new metrics for success, and develop a new style of rewarding employees.   In this episode, we interview Stephanie Mehta, Editor-in-chief at Fast Company, about pros & cons of remote team leadership:   What we talked about:   - The exciting challenge of having no work routine   - Pros & cons of remote work life   - How leaders will have to adapt to new employee expectations   - Humility as an underrated leadership trait   Check out the full podcast with Stephanie Mehta by clicking here.   If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.

    • 42 min

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