35 episodes

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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leadership-communication/support

The Leadership Communication Show with Michael Piperno Michael Piperno

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    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leadership-communication/support

    Teaching Leaders to Coach with Rachelle Lee

    Teaching Leaders to Coach with Rachelle Lee

    On the next episode of ⁠The Leadership Communication Show⁠, I speak with Rachelle Lee of Einblau & Associates. 

    Rachelle is a sought-after management consultant specializing in training, succession strategy, coaching, leadership, strengths assessments, and strategic planning. 

    She has provided consulting and advisory services to both public and private sectors in organizations as wide ranging as engineering, financial services, manufacturing, graphic design and advertising, health care, industry regulators, and social services. 

    Rachelle and I met during the pandemic and found that we had a lot in common and that our firms and capabilities complimented each other well. In fact, we team up from time to time to cofacilitate programs, which we talk about in this episode.

    We also talk about the art of coaching for success and for improved performance, the difference between coaching and telling, how to prepare for and approach difficult conversations, and the skills that good coaching require (which you're probably not thinking about enough).

    I always enjoy my conversations with Rachelle, and am so happy she let me record this one so I could share it with you.

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

    And, of course, check out our upcoming in-person course, Coaching for Commitment — March 19 and 20, 2024 at the beautiful Renault Winery and Resort. It’s an easy drive for people anywhere in the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas, and convenient to both Philadelphia and Atlantic City airports. The link is in the show notes, and you can always reach out to me directly to learn more.

    Learn more about Rachelle:

    •       Einblau & Associates Web Site⁠

    •       ⁠Rachelle Lee's LinkedIn Profile⁠

    •       Coaching for Commitment Course

    And 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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    • 28 min
    Self-Mastery with Matthew Hogan

    Self-Mastery with Matthew Hogan

    On the next episode of The Leadership Communication Show, I speak with Matthew Hogan. 

    Matthew works with leaders, entrepreneurs, and executives to find purpose and clarity in their work and in their lives. Through his coaching, facilitating, and teaching, he helps people listen to their inner voice and discover their true potential.

    Matthew has an endless fascination and devotion to the path of self-mastery and living an aligned life. His own personal journey, which he shares on the show, has created the foundation for what inspires and propels him — and has defined how he supports his clients.

    We talk about confidence and insecurity; self-leadership; how to influence, engage, and empower yourself; fulfillment and purpose (and how differently we all define those terms); relationships at work; and how individuals can increase their self-awareness to become better leaders.

    I always enjoy my conversations with Matthew, and this one wis no different. He makes me think — deeply and differently — and I think he’ll make you think differently, too.

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

    Learn more about Matthew:

    • Matthew’s Web Site

    • Guidebook

    • LinkedIn

    And 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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    • 38 min
    Communicating to Influence with Dr. Karuna Ramanathan

    Communicating to Influence with Dr. Karuna Ramanathan

    On the next episode of The Leadership Communication Show, I speak with Dr. Karuna Ramanathan, an expert in change leadership and transformation.

    Over the past three decades, he's been empowering senior leaders to transform their organizations with a focus on people and culture. His work has helped leaders boost self-awareness, emotional intelligence and the ability to drive change with measurable results.

    He’s a former naval warship captain and is currently the Principal Consultant for KR Konsulting. 

    We talk about authenticity, empathy, humility, inclusion, purpose, vision, relationships within organizations, the choices we make regarding how we show up at work, influential leadership, and much more.

    It was a great conversation and I hope you find it helpful.

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

    Learn more about Dr. Karuna:

    • KR Konsulting Web Site

    • LinkedIn

    And 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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    • 32 min
    Leadership Styles with Robert Jordan

    Leadership Styles with Robert Jordan

    On the next episode of The Leadership Communication Show, I speak with Robert Jordan, co-founder and head of the leadership team at InterimExecs — a leadership executive matching firm that matches organizations with the right leaders to step in during times of trouble or stagnation. 

    Robert and I were introduced earlier this year and when we first met, we talked a lot about different leadership styles — and why some leaders just seem to have that magic sauce that makes them stand out above the rest. I’ve learned that Robert’s research and writings can help understand why that is seemingly the case.

    In fact, he’s even written a book about it called, Right Leader, Right Time: Discover Your Leadership Style for a Winning Career.

    We talk about good leadership, terrible leadership, leadership styles (and how to assess yours), and essentially what Robert’s research has determined makes an exceptional leader. We also discussed my personal results from the FABS Leadership Assessment.

    It was a great conversation and I hope you find it helpful.

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

    Learn more about Robert:

    • InterimExecs Web Site

    • Right Leader, Right Time Book

    • FABS Leadership Assessment

    • LinkedIn

    And 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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    • 33 min
    Harnessing the Power of Networking with Michelle Harris

    Harnessing the Power of Networking with Michelle Harris

    On the next episode of The Leadership Communication Show, I speak with  Michelle Harris, founder of Bosstrack — a company she started to  give women new to leadership roles the development, support and mentorship she found lacking along her career journey. 

    Michelle and I have talked quite a bit about the importance of your network, and networking — which a lot of my listeners know is something I have a love-hate relationship with. So, I invited her to the show to talk more about it — and to help my listeners harness its power.

    We discussed making true connections, mentorship, sponsorship, siloed networks, getting comfortable at networking events, and more. 

    It was a great conversation, and I hope you find it helpful. 

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

    Learn more about Michelle:

    • Bosstrack Web site

    • LinkedIn

    And 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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    • 32 min
    Thought Leadership with Graham Brown

    Thought Leadership with Graham Brown

    On the next episode of The Leadership Communication Show, I speak with Graham Brown, founder of the Award Winning Podcast Agency, Pikkal & Co.

    Graham is a published author on the subject of The Digital Transformation of Communication. His work has been featured in the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal and he has helped shape the communications strategies of some of the world’s leading organizations.

    He’s a passionate storyteller who specializes in helping global corporations and government agencies find their voice with podcasts. And as you likely know, podcasting is one of the best ways to demonstrate thought leadership, which is something Graham knows inside and out.

    We discussed podcasting, thought leadership, purpose, vulnerability, imposter syndrome, facing rejection, finding your why, the value of attention, and more.

    It was a great conversation, and I hope you find it helpful. 

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

    Learn more about Graham:

    • Graham’s Website

    • LinkedIn

    • Pikkal & Co. Website

    And 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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    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Mr._T ,

Helps me grow as a leader

I've taken away something specific from each episode that enables me to be a better leader at work. So far, my favorites are "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Kecia Carroll" and "Productive Conflict with Dr. Robyn."

Jason D. Cochran ,

Incredible show and host!

I had the pleasure of joining Michael to do an episode on burnout and communication around mental health in the workplace.

Michael was highly organized, knowledgeable, and made the conversation very fun.

Definitely one of my favorite podcasts to follow and one of the best guest experiences I’ve had as well.

HeatherFL20 ,

Actionable insights, excellent topics

I always learn something new, interesting, actionable and brilliant when I listen to the Leadership Communication Show — and I’ve been in this business for a few decades. Michael is an informed, thoughtful and engaging host, and he creates a dialogue with each guest that produces inspiration, ideas and practical knowledge that listeners can apply to their own work. This is a great podcast for all marketing communications pros and their teams.

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