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The Leadership Communication Show is a podcast to help people like you be the inspiring and influential leaders their people need. On each episode of the show, leadership communication coach Michael Piperno talks with business leaders and communication experts about how they use the power of good, clear, and ethical communication to influence, engage, and empower. Michael is on a mission to turn good leaders into great leaders through the power of communication, and we promise you'll learn something that will help you be a better leader and communicator from every episode. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadership-communication/support

The Leadership Communication Show with Michael Piperno Michael Piperno

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The Leadership Communication Show is a podcast to help people like you be the inspiring and influential leaders their people need. On each episode of the show, leadership communication coach Michael Piperno talks with business leaders and communication experts about how they use the power of good, clear, and ethical communication to influence, engage, and empower. Michael is on a mission to turn good leaders into great leaders through the power of communication, and we promise you'll learn something that will help you be a better leader and communicator from every episode. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadership-communication/support

    Improving Communication through Technology with John Reeve

    Improving Communication through Technology with John Reeve

    John Reeve is co-founder and senior developer/designer of one of my favorite digital tools — cloud-based time tracking and project management software called Intervals.

    I have used John’s software for over a decade and I’ll admit, I’m a bit of a fanboy. It helped me grow a brand communication agency and keep my team on the same page — and John and his co-founder Michael always made me feel important, even though they had much larger clients in their portfolio. I invited John to come on the show to talk about how his software improves communication for teams, and about how technology has played a role in his leadership journey.

    We talk about everything from team huddles to morning standups to load balancing on servers (!) — it was a great conversation about how we can use technology to help make communication not only more effective — but happen in the first place.

    Get this episode on our website, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor.fm or anywhere you subscribe to podcasts.

    Learn more about John and Intervals at their website: https://www.myintervals.com

    And follow him on Twitter here.

    Learn more about your host, Michael Piperno, here: https://www.wearecomvia.com/about/ and here: https://www.michaelpiperno.com/about-michael-piperno/


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    • 36 min
    Productive Conflict with Dr. Robyn

    Productive Conflict with Dr. Robyn

    Navigating conflict is something I discuss quite often with my clients. While most of us dislike conflict, the fact is that we can’t completely avoid it.

    My friend and colleague Dr. Robyn Odegaard, a former competitive beach volleyball player turned high performance psychologist, is an expert in conflict management. She even wrote a book about it called The Ultimate Guide to Handling Every Disagreement Every Time. It’s full of great tips and reminders that you can use to have productive conflict in your work and personal life.

    I asked Dr. Robyn to come on the show to talk about how we deal with conflict, how to make it as productive as possible, and also how to help each other avoid it when we can.

    It was a great conversation. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

    Get this episode on our website, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor.fm or anywhere you subscribe to podcasts.

    Learn more about Dr. Robyn at her website: https://drrobynodegaard.com

    Get your copy of her book, The Ultimate Guide to Handling Every Disagreement Every Time here.

    And follow her on LinkedIn here.

    Learn more about your host, Michael Piperno, here: https://www.wearecomvia.com/about/ and here: https://www.michaelpiperno.com/about-michael-piperno/


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    • 25 min
    Purpose and Mattering with Zach Mercurio

    Purpose and Mattering with Zach Mercurio

    Many of my regular listeners already know that purpose is a topic I like to talk about — because it’s important, yet sometimes feels elusive to leaders and teams. That’s one of the reasons I invited Zach Mercurio to join me on The Leadership Communication Show. He’s a researcher, author, and consultant specializing in purposeful leadership, meaningful work, mattering, and positive organizational development. Good stuff, right?

    On this episode, Zach and I cover a lot of topics from his personal journey to find purpose and meaning in his work to the importance of feeling that you matter to the impact of social media on our sense of belonging.

    Zach also generously shares several tips to help you see your purpose, show it, and deliver on it.

    Get this episode on our website, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor.fm or anywhere you subscribe to podcasts.

    Learn more about Zach at his website: https://www.zachmercurio.com

    Get your copy of his book, The Invisible Leader, here.

    And follow him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zachmercurio

    Learn more about your host, Michael Piperno, here: https://www.wearecomvia.com/about/ and here: https://www.michaelpiperno.com/about-michael-piperno/


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    • 35 min
    Lessons in Leadership (and Life Sciences) with David Esposito

    Lessons in Leadership (and Life Sciences) with David Esposito

    Welcome to season 2 of The Leadership Communication Show! For our first episode of the season, I invited my colleague and friend David Esposito to the show to talk about leadership lessons he has learned during his career.

    David is President and CEO of ONL Therapeutics, a company that is developing therapeutics to preserve sight and halt vision loss associated retinal disease. David’s leadership journey is fascinating and includes leading an infantry platoon through several combat operations, climbing the ranks inside big pharma, and building and scaling multiple early-stage life-sciences companies.

    Listen to this episode to hear how David uses learnings from his military service and professional experience to lead and grow. We talk about getting unstuck, winning the war on top talent, being vulnerable as a leader, dealing with failure, and the character traits required of today’s influential and inspiring leaders.

    Get this episode on our website, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor.fm or anywhere you subscribe to podcasts.

    Learn more about David on the ONL Therapeutics website: https://www.onltherapeutics.com

    Get his book, Looking Back: What I Learned When I Left a Great Company at Amazon.


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    • 38 min
    Convey is becoming The Leadership Communication Show

    Convey is becoming The Leadership Communication Show

    Convey is Becoming The Leadership Communication Show 

    Hello to my wonderful listeners. Thanks for joining me for season 1 of Convey — Conversation About Communication. I learned a lot from my guests during the season, and I hope you did as well. I also learned a lot about podcasting and about what my audience wants to hear and learn.

    So, I’ve decided to rename the show. Later this month Season 2 will debut, and the show will now be called The Leadership Communication Show. The focus of the podcast will be to help people like you be the inspiring and influential leaders their people need.

    Why the name change? Well, my personal mission as a leadership communication teacher and coach is to help good leaders be great leaders through the power of communication. The new title feels like a better fit for what the show will focus on in season 2 (and beyond).

    I promise that you’ll learn something from each guest this show that will help you along your personal leadership journey.

    Stay tuned for episode 1, coming your way soon. And Thanks for listening. I appreciate it.




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    • 1 min
    Sounding Good with Steven Piperno

    Sounding Good with Steven Piperno

    Episode 10: In the final episode of the first season of Convey, I wanted you all to know that my brother, Steven Piperno, helped me get this thing off the ground. He’s an audio engineer and he mixed the audio for every episode of the show — taking out ugly sounds like fan noises and the occasional leaf blower or lawnmower in the background. His work also made me and my guests sound better than we ever would have without his sonic assistance.

    By day, Steven is Head of Global Workforce Analytics at a company called FIS. He’s also a husband, dad, musician, and, as you now know, a talented audio engineer.

    On this episode, we talk about our shared passion for music and audio, how to sound your best in virtual meetings, tips for tweaking your podcast audio to make it shine, and other advice for ensuring you don’t neglect the importance of sound when showing up online or in audio and video recordings.

    Get this episode on my website, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor.fm or anywhere you subscribe to podcasts.

    Learn more about Steven and the music for kids he writes and performs with his wife, Katie, here:https://www.steveandkatie.com

    Podcast Gear Discussed:

    ·  Shure MV7 Microphone – https://www.shure.com/en-US/products/microphones/mv7

    ·  Blue Yeti Microphone – https://www.bluemic.com/en-us/products/yeti/

    ·  Shure Headphones – https://www.shure.com/en-US/products/headphones/srh440

    Contact Michael if you want to be connected to Steve for audio engineering work for your podcast, hit song, or corporate content.

    Learn more about your host here: https://www.wearecomvia.com/about/ and here: https://www.michaelpiperno.com/about-michael-piperno/


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    • 32 min

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