37 episodes

As a soulful leader and perceptive coach, Neil Edwards works at the intersection of leadership, relationships, well-being, and inclusion. He specializes in increasing the capacity, capability, and range of leaders, teams, and organizational systems to be more relationally intelligent, positive, productive, and change agile, and he’s bringing all of that to his podcast, the Leadership Range. Tune in for a new episode every Monday, wherever you listen to podcasts.

The Leadership Range Living Corporate Network

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 39 Ratings

As a soulful leader and perceptive coach, Neil Edwards works at the intersection of leadership, relationships, well-being, and inclusion. He specializes in increasing the capacity, capability, and range of leaders, teams, and organizational systems to be more relationally intelligent, positive, productive, and change agile, and he’s bringing all of that to his podcast, the Leadership Range. Tune in for a new episode every Monday, wherever you listen to podcasts.

    Work Friends

    Work Friends

    Neil shares the most important evidence-based competencies a leader needs to embody for work and career success. Driven by a video posted on social media that could be easily interpreted as "angry black woman", Neil makes it clear how leaders can sabotage their own career without careful attention to their choices and responses.
    Neil Edwards is the host of The Leadership Range, he is a mindset coach who works with leaders on the four dimensions that determine their future: leadership, relationships, well-being and inclusion. His clients are on a journey to become increasingly inclusive, confident leaders, who are moving from leading some to leading everyone. He believes to become a great leader requires a willingness to challenge fixed beliefs, blind spots and shadows, biases, fears, old habits, and much or the rationalizations that profoundly keep leaders stuck.

    You can connect with Neil on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. You can email him at neil@neiledwardscoaching.com.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/nedwards07/
    https://twitter.com/Neil_E_Coaching
    https://www.instagram.com/neiledwardscoaching/

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    • 8 min
    Season 2 Trailer

    Season 2 Trailer

    Neil is officially returning to The Leadership Range for Season 2! Check out the trailer and catch new episodes every Monday.

    You can connect with Neil on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. You can email him at neil@neiledwardscoaching.com.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/nedwards07/
    https://twitter.com/Neil_E_Coaching
    https://www.instagram.com/neiledwardscoaching/

    • 12 min
    Power Beyond Measure (w/ Neil Edwards)

    Power Beyond Measure (w/ Neil Edwards)

    Neil draws a distinction between power and privilege. It is an invitation to everyone to own their natural and equal power. He illustrates with examples of how to notice the difference between privilege and power using slavery, Hollywood, and Jeopardy. To close, Neil invites those with privilege to consider who they are as gatekeepers.
    You can connect with Neil on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. You can email him at neil@neiledwardscoaching.com.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/nedwards07/
    https://twitter.com/Neil_E_Coaching
    https://www.instagram.com/neiledwardscoaching/

    • 3 min
    Words May Tear Us Apart (w/ Neil Edwards)

    Words May Tear Us Apart (w/ Neil Edwards)

    Neil discusses how words get in the way of advancing justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts. He uses the old childhood rhyme “Sticks and Stones” to highlight the error many were taught at an early age. In this episode he uses two scenarios to outline harmful and unproductive behaviors present in J.E.D.I work and invites leaders to be more relationally intelligent in their interactions in service of advancing racial justice.
    You can connect with Neil on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. You can email him at neil@neiledwardscoaching.com.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/nedwards07/
    https://twitter.com/Neil_E_Coaching
    https://www.instagram.com/neiledwardscoaching/

    • 7 min
    Corporate Blacklash (w/ Neil Edwards)

    Corporate Blacklash (w/ Neil Edwards)

    Neil uses the reality of online dating and the wisdom of Organizational Relationship Systems Intelligence to explain what is arguably the most intractable problem corporations face after recruiting Black and brown employees. Retention. He lays out in clear terms, and offers a path out of this quagmire for corporations, Black job seekers, and Black employees. For executives and D&I leaders in large organizations Neil puts out an invitation to save millions of dollars with a simple change in mindset and action.
    You can connect with Neil on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. You can email him at neil@neiledwardscoaching.com.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/nedwards07/
    https://twitter.com/Neil_E_Coaching
    https://www.instagram.com/neiledwardscoaching/

    • 11 min
    The Nature of the Problem (w/ Neil Edwards)

    The Nature of the Problem (w/ Neil Edwards)

    Neil uses concepts from Co-Active Leadership and Relationship Systems Intelligence, findings and facts from leadership research, and a personal example to illustrate how racism is expressed by well-meaning white people as dangerous blindspot, yet an everyday experience for Black people. He offers an invitation to leaders and organizations interested in moving the needle on corporate diversity and inclusion efforts with specific focus on anti-Black racism.
    You can connect with Neil on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. You can email him at neil@neiledwardscoaching.com.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/nedwards07/
    https://twitter.com/Neil_E_Coaching
    https://www.instagram.com/neiledwardscoaching/

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

L.RAD. ,

Wisdom beyond the corporate world

Everyone should listen. Leadership Range is insightful, engaging and important, now more than ever. It is a valuable tool to build understanding and genuinely improve relationships and systems. Listening to this podcast feels like spending time with friends as they have real, vulnerable conversations. As a white woman, I appreciate being allowed access to eavesdrop on Black and brown experts discussing topics from their perspectives.

George Okk ,

Leadership Gems Even In the Intro

Anytime I see something from LC I know it’s going to be real and relevant. What blows my mind is the intentionality of SHARING ones platform. Too many times people succeed and only worry about succeeding MORE only by themselves. The simple fact that Zach is sharing his platform with another black brother is symbolic and significant to what we need more of in this world. As we actually dig into the content of this first podcast, more insights were shared. Insights like high performers actually still needing a coach, understanding the range of what too look for in a coach, and also modeling the mindset needed to be coached were all critical takeaways (and this is just the INTRO). I can’t wait engage in this journey and thank you Living Corporate again for “lifting as you climb”.

duly_noted ,

Great insight, practical advice

Love this new podcast. The content is relevant and shows the value that a great executive coach can bring to a leader. It’s sharp, funny, and honest. Look forward to many more episodes.

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