The Maverick Paradox Podcast is a weekly show where Judith Germain has lively conversations with her guests. Occasionally there is a short 'Alone with Judith' episode.
Judith explores what it is to be a maverick (wilfully independent person) and discovers effective modes of leadership. Her mission is to propel the Maverick Mindset into a world where character and integrity will ultimately have a higher premium than personality and bureaucracy.
Her book is - The Maverick Paradox: The Secret Power Behind Successful Leadership.
Judith's contact details are as follows:
Websites: maverickparadox.com / maverickparadox.co.uk
Email: Contact @ maverickparadox.com
How to stop your ego from ruining your life
Judith Germain speaks to Dean S Brown about how to stop your ego from ruining your life. This conversation discusses quantum physics and how it relates to how we think and perceive. They also ponder on the similarities of the Law of Attraction and established religious teachings and how the concept of power can change everything.
Following your curiosity - writing books
In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Richard Newton about writing business books. Richard is a maverick who writes about different topics across a number of genres - he follows his curiosity.
They discuss the synthetic brain and the collection of data points to fuel curiosity. How this is perfect for consultants and why consultancy is a great role for Maverick Leaders - even within the workplace.
Richard also explains the process of writing, how to get your business book published.
Being healthy inside and out
In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Serena Sabala on being healthy inside and out and how that transforms your live and your business. Your own perception of yourself can sabotage your success.
Serena advise what exactly is needed for profound transformation. An important conversation for these times.
How to make change happen
In todays episode Judith Germain speaks to Change Veteran Simon Phillips about how to make change happen by valuing interpersonal skills.
Judith discusses the need to provide a compelling reason for an individual to align themselves with the change you want to see.
This is a wide ranging conversation on change - for the individual and the organisation. How can change leaders do a better job?
The nature of creativity and comfort zones
In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Robert Belle about the nature of creativity and comfort zones. They discuss how to monetise your creativity and the four steps to crush your comfort zone.
They discuss how to improve the areas of your life in which you feel vulnerable - this is what your comfort zone is protecting. Only when you break through your comfort zone can you grow.
You have to embrace uncertainty to have creativity.
Returning to work after Covid-19
In today's episode Judith Germain speaks to David Rogers about the myriad implications of returning to work for employers and employees.
How will organisations persuade employees to make the commute to work and give up the freedom they now have? Will employees feel comfortable coming back to work if their friends from work have decided to work that day from home - will these decisions cause more discrimination and claims of bullying?
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Delightful Interviewer, Inspiring Leader
I am so grateful to have been interviewed by Judith, especially since I am such a big fan of her must-read leadership book, “The Maverick Paradox.” Judith is simply delightful, as I think we spent more time chatting after our interview than we did on-air. Judith inspires me because I feel it is so important for all leaders - and women, in particular - to understand their strengths. Too much talent is held back, and Judith serves those who feel they have more to contribute. This podcast provides wonderful insights for all leaders.
Intelligent, Insightful Podcast
Dynamic leaders looking for practical advice, inspiration and insight will truly enjoy Judith's Maverick podcast. Her uplifting, positive approach to leadership, as well as her wide variety of guests, gives leaders the tools they need to elevate their game. It's a great way to learn new skills while better understanding what makes a "maverick" leader stand out. I highly recommend this podcast.
Wonderful Host, Exceptional Knowledge!
Judith is an amazingly engaging conversationalist and a true joy to listen to. Great ideas, practical tips, and wonderful insights that you can take on your leadership journey!