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5 Ways Being Curious Makes You a Better Leader with Randy Hain and Brandon Smith
“You can’t have curiosity without active listening.”
Co-Founders Randy Hain and Brandon Smith are back on the mics for a new episode of The Leadership Foundry Podcast!
From building your empathy muscle to becoming a better listener, tune in as they share five ways curiosity makes you a better leader.
3 Core Principles for First-Time CEOs with Chad Costley
“Skills in managing are transferrable if you trust yourself.”
We often hear discussions and tips for first-time leaders, but moving into the role of Chief Executive Officer for the first time is rarely talked about.
Today on The Leadership Foundry Podcast, we’re doing just that with Chad Costley, CEO at BlueWillow Biologics, Inc.
3 Ways to Regain Self-Awareness (so You Can Lead at a New Level & Better Leverage Your Team)
It's a challenge almost all leaders face at some point in their career: new responsibilities accompanied by a feeling of being cast away on an island with no help in sight. Today on the podcast, Cameron Richardson is here to help. As Senior Vice President Retail, Consumer Merchandise and Digital at Genuine Parts Company, Cameron understands the importance of operating at our best and tapping into the skills of our team to lead at a new level. In our discussion, he explains how regaining self-awareness helped him face (and overcome) new leadership challenges.
Authoring Workplace Culture with Dr. Robert Nobles
Between the Great Resignation and new hybrid work policies, many leaders we engage with are currently guiding their teams through a culture change. To help us on this journey, Dr. Robert Nobles, Vice President for Research Administration at Emory University, joins The Leadership Foundry Podcast to share how to author workplace culture in a way that promotes physiological safety, encourages talent retention and builds influence.
Curated Content: Time Management and Mastering Priorities
While it’s our most precious resource, many leaders treat time as if it’s unlimited. On this curated episode, we go straight to the source for tips on reclaiming calendars and mastering priorities: Leadership Foundry’s Randy Hain, Kasey Gartner with Northwestern Mutual and Penny Zenker, The Focusologist and Founder of SmartMoves. Our speakers force us to examine our meeting schedule and our task list to determine what we need to do and what we need to trust our teams to do.
The 5 P's of Resilience with Vivian Blade
Vivian Blade highlights the importance of partnership in resilience. That partnership begins with self, but then reaches out in the form of connection with others. During our conversation, Vivian walks leaders though each of the 5 P’s of Resilience, including how we build personal strength to then encourage our teams moving forward.