Join host Joe Boyd, Leadercast CEO, as he digs into the fictional stories and real-life experiences that shaped some of today’s most interesting leaders. If you listen regularly, you may hear, “I’ve never said this before, but . . .” dropped by our guests. It’s a guaranteed 30 minutes of inspiration plus hot tips to up your leadership game.
68: How to Negotiate Like Jerry Maguire with Molly Fletcher
Molly Fletcher built her career as a sports agent on moxie and hard earned negotiation skills. In this episode, Molly shares some very useful negotiation hacks that might land you a free espresso shot on your next coffee run.
67: Crafting Authentic Connection w/ Neal Foard
Neal Foard has built a fervent following on TikTok by telling stories where he’s not the hero. In this episode Neal shares why that’s so important, and leadership nuggets he’s learned from Tivo, the Twilight Zone, and 25 years as a creative executive.
66: Overcoming Self-Doubt w/ Tunde Oyeneyin
In this episode Peloton cyclist, Nike athlete, and NY Times Bestselling author, Tunde Oyeneyin, talks about the biggest dragon she had to slay to get where she is today- self-doubt.
65: Self-Awareness is a Competitive Advantage w/ Jeremie Kubicek
Before founding GiANT and Leadercast (and writing numerous books), Jeremie Kubicek had one of those near-death experiences you see in the movies, and it sparked a journey of discovery. In this week's episode, Jeremie unpacks how self-awareness and internal peace are superpowers in life.
64. 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.
63. 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 rituals3 Ps in the equation of bringing rituals to workStruggles that leaders have to implement ritualsAuthenticity and how to be human at workCheck out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
Erica’s book: Bring Your Human to WorkErica’s podcast: Left to Our Own DevicesIf you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.
Learn and laugh at the same time
It’s entertaining, educational, and empowering! I love the new format and getting to learn from the stories of others and how mentors and leaders in their lives help them get to a better place.