19 episodes

Grow yourself and your team with insight from today's most successful leaders. The Military Leader Podcast delivers candid, practical lessons from proven leaders in the military and other professions. If you don't have a leadership development program, start with The Military Leader Podcast!

The Military Leader Podcast The Military Leader

    • Government
    • 4.9, 175 Ratings

Grow yourself and your team with insight from today's most successful leaders. The Military Leader Podcast delivers candid, practical lessons from proven leaders in the military and other professions. If you don't have a leadership development program, start with The Military Leader Podcast!

    Michael Bungay Stanier - Leading with Curiosity

    Michael Bungay Stanier - Leading with Curiosity

    Michael Bungay Stanier is an author, speaker, and innovative thinker in the world of coaching and leadership. His most popular book, The Coaching Habit, presents a powerful framework for helping leaders make meaningful connections by becoming more coachlike.

    In this conversation, Michael encourages leaders to stay curious just a little bit longer and jump to advice-giving just a little more slowly.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Noble Gibbens – How to Lead with Emotional Intelligence

    Noble Gibbens – How to Lead with Emotional Intelligence

    This episode features passionate world changer & good friend of nearly twenty years, Noble Gibbens. Noble is a West Point graduate, successful entrepreneur, speaker, and business coach who learns, lives, and breathes leader development.

    In this conversation, Noble talks about the mentors, authors, and resources that shaped him into the leader he is today….then makes a strong case for questioning those very leader development inputs.

    If you want to stay in your comfort zone, skip this episode.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Colonel Greg Gadson - A Warrior Living Beyond the Wounds

    Colonel Greg Gadson - A Warrior Living Beyond the Wounds

    Retired Colonel Greg Gadson played football at West Point before becoming a Field Artillery Officer in 1989. His career saw every major conflict until 2007, when in Baghdad and in battalion command, he lost both his legs to an IED. In the years following his injury, he recovered and continued to serve, becoming the Garrison Commander at Fort Belvoir and retiring in 2015.

    In this interview, he shares details of the IED attack and how his unit's pre-deployment training directly saved his life.

    • 33 min
    Captain Florent Groberg - Immigrant, Soldier, Medal of Honor Recipient

    Captain Florent Groberg - Immigrant, Soldier, Medal of Honor Recipient

    In August of 2012, Army Captain (Ret) Florent Groberg found himself face to face with an enemy suicide bomber. Then in 2015, he found himself standing on a stage with President Barack Obama, receiving the Medal of Honor for his actions that day. 

    In this extensive interview, Captain Groberg recounts the details of the fatal attack on his dismounted patrol in Asadabad, Afghanistan, then shares his lessons on life and leadership.

    Be sure to grab a copy of his book, "8 Seconds of Courage"

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Major General Jeffrey Broadwater - Giver, Trainer, Leader

    Major General Jeffrey Broadwater - Giver, Trainer, Leader

    Before he departed Fort Irwin to become the current Commanding General of the 1st Cavalry Division, Major General Jeffrey Broadwater and I sat down in his office to chat about leadership, combat, the National Training Center, and how to personally manage the highs and lows of command. 

    • 52 min
    Dave Grossman - Killing, PTSD, and the Physiological Effects of Combat

    Dave Grossman - Killing, PTSD, and the Physiological Effects of Combat

    Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and renown author Dave Grossman essentially created the field of killology. His books On Killing and On Combat have made an entire generation of military, law enforcement, and first responders more ready for the stressful, sometimes violent situations they face.

    In this episode, you discover what happens in the body during combat, including visual distortion, auditory exclusion, memory distortion, vasoconstriction, and loss of bladder control.

    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
175 Ratings

175 Ratings

Back on the workout train ,

Sexist podcast

The host continues to select male leaders to interview giving a one sided perspective to leadership. He is exacerbating the gap that already exists between the sexes in the military. His perspective is narrow minded and creates further division on our ranks. Very unfortunate that he is not using this vehicle to showcase the female leaders in the Army and providing mentorship to junior leaders.

Jarohl ,

Worthless

Just drones on endlessly with no real point. Also the sound quality is terrible

Hydra 6 ,

Great Content to Learn and Share

Thoughtful and insightful topics on leadership. Appreciate the combination of civilian and military contributors to give broader perspective of leadership within a military context. I am sharing and using content in mentor/coaching sessions with leaders throughout the Brigade

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