162 episodes

Unlabeled Leadership is a volunteer-led service that shares stories about leadership. Rather than using labels that mystify and obscure the meaning of leadership, Gary DePaul and guests share personal leadership stories. Listeners are from 90 countries and 1,030 cities (or territories). 32 podcast platforms broadcast Unlabeled Leadership episodes.

About Gary A. DePaul, PhD: https://www.garyadepaul.com

Unlabeled Leadership Gary DePaul

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Unlabeled Leadership is a volunteer-led service that shares stories about leadership. Rather than using labels that mystify and obscure the meaning of leadership, Gary DePaul and guests share personal leadership stories. Listeners are from 90 countries and 1,030 cities (or territories). 32 podcast platforms broadcast Unlabeled Leadership episodes.

About Gary A. DePaul, PhD: https://www.garyadepaul.com

    161: Keren Tsuk Leads by Example

    161: Keren Tsuk Leads by Example

    I invite guests to share personal stories about acts of leadership that help shape their lives. In Episode 161, Keren Tsuk talks about a phrase that has influenced her. She shares a story about how injuring herself while walking on a mountain helped her learn to lead by example. Keren then advises us to become more effective at leadership.

     

    Prologue

    Dr. Keren Tsuk is a consultant, keynote speaker, and thought leader in 21st-century leadership. Keren specializes in helping companies reach their full potential using mindfulness techniques.

    With more than 20 years of experience guiding global organizations through growth processes, Keren excels at working with senior management teams, helping executives find their inner wisdom and maximize their leadership potential. Keren lectures at international conferences and teaches at universities like PolyU in Hong Kong, Lahav Executive Education, Tel Aviv University, and IDC Herzliya. Keren’s Ph.D. is on leadership at 21st-century organizations.

    Keren hosts a podcast, Mind Your Leadership, which covers conversations with thought leaders, CEOs, and managers from various organizations about leading mindfully.

     

    01:32Part 1: Bringing Ourselves Completely to the Workplace

    07:27Part 2: People Fully Show Up When You Do

    15:00 Part 3: Busy People Need to Pause and Create Space

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    Robynne Orr is the opening voice narrator. To learn more about her amazing storytelling capabilities, visit Robynne’s website, R.ORR.

     

    Episode links

    Keren’s LinkedIn Profile, website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram

    Keren’s podcast, Mind Your Leadership

    Keren’s book, Mindfully Wise Leadership

     

    Gary DePaul’s website

    Gary’s books:

       What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?

       Nine Practices of 21st Century Leadership 

    Lead on!

    • 20 min
    160: Ginny Clarke Encourages Fundamental Listening

    160: Ginny Clarke Encourages Fundamental Listening

    I invite guests to share personal stories about acts of leadership that help shape their lives. In Episode 160, Ginny talks about advice from her father, provides performance feedback to team members at Google, and advises us about making needs explicit.

    Prologue

    Ginny is a conscious leadership expert with more than three decades of experience in executive recruiting, talent management, and commercial real estate. She is passionate about helping individuals and organizations build strong cultures rooted in conscious choices and personal accountability.

    Ginny authored Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work. She hosts the Fifth Dimensional Leadership podcast. She holds an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and a BA in French and Linguistics from the University of California at Davis.

     

    01:32 Part 1: What Do You Want?

    13:44 Part 2: Quality Feedback Involves Inquiring, Listening, and Caring

    18:50 Part 3: Activate the Good in Others

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    Robynne Orr is the opening voice narrator. To learn more about her amazing storytelling capabilities, visit Robynne’s website, R.ORR.

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    Episode links

    Jenny’s LinkedIn Profile, website, blog, YouTube, Facebook, TikTok, Instagram

    Jenny’s book: Career Mapping, Charting Your Course In The New World Of Work

    Sample of some of Jenny’s videos: Find Your Voice, Rethinking Your Job Search, Becoming Your Own Compass

    Gary DePaul’s website

    Gary's books:

       What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?

       Nine Practices of 21st Century Leadership 



    Lead on!

    • 23 min
    159: Rusty Gaillard Helps You Reframe to Succeed

    159: Rusty Gaillard Helps You Reframe to Succeed

    I invite guests to share personal stories about acts of leadership that help shape their lives. In Episode 159, Rusty Gaillard explains what someone said that helped him confront his own limited thinking. He then shares a story about how an Apple executive challenged his team to achieve an improbable customer experience goal. He concludes with advice to help you achieve success.

     

    Prologue

    Having had more than twenty years of corporate experience (Apple, PG&E, and GE), Rusty changes lives through keynote speaking, executive and career coaching, and writing. He has authored Breaking the Code, which helps you address your self-image limitations. As Rusty states, “When you overcome the internal resistance, you have the freedom and power to make the impact you desire.”

     

    02:04 Part 1: Put Aside Limited Thinking

    07:10 Part 2: Change How You Think About Problems

    17:33 Part 3: Envision Success

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    Robynne Orr is the opening voice narrator. To learn more about her amazing storytelling capabilities, visit Robynne’s website, R.ORR.

     

    Transcript available

     

    Episode links

    Rusty’s LinkedIn profile, website, Twitter, YouTube (check out his Motivation Monday video series), blog

     

    Rusty’s book: Breaking The Code: Stop Looking for Answers and Start Enjoying Life
    (paperback, Kindle, and audiobooks)

     

    Gary DePaul’s website

    Gary's books:

       What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?

       Nine Practices of 21st Century Leadership

       The 2022 HRBP Report

     

    Lead on!

    • 29 min
    158: Sheri-ann McLean Develops and Values People

    158: Sheri-ann McLean Develops and Values People

    I invite guests to share personal stories about acts of leadership that help shape their lives. In Episode 158, Sheri-Ann Mclean talks about something a lecturer said that inspired Sheri-ann. She then tells the story about recognizing and appreciating her staff, even when it meant spending her money. Sheri-ann then advises us on how we can strengthen our leadership. She also shares a John Maxwell quotation.

     

    Prologue

    Born and raised on the beautiful island of Jamaica in the cool hills of St Mary, Sheri-ann now resides in Leicester, Massachusetts, United States. Through McLean Coaching and Consulting, LLC, she offers services in life coaching, leadership training, speaking, administering DISC, and facilitating the Leadership Game. She holds multiple certifications, including being designated as a Maxwell Leadership Certified Team Member.



    02:04 Part 1: Limitations

    07:10 Part 2: Show Value by Developing and Recognizing Others

    17:33 Part 3: Invest in Yourself

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    Robynne Orr is the opening voice narrator. To learn more about her amazing storytelling capabilities, visit Robynne’s website, R.ORR.



    No transcript available
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    Episode links

    Sheri-ann’s LinkedIn Profile, website, bio, company LinkedIn page, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Calendly

     

    Gary DePaul’s website

    Gary's books:

       What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?

       Nine Practices of 21st Century Leadership

       The 2022 HRBP Report

     

    Lead on!

    • 19 min
    157: Janet Dell on Facing Your Fears and Resilience

    157: Janet Dell on Facing Your Fears and Resilience

    I invite guests to share personal stories about acts of leadership that help shape their lives. In Episode 157, Janet Dell talks about a mentor’s comment that puts difficult challenges into perspective. She then shares a story about how a CEO helped an organization move forward after a few people harmed the business’ reputation. Janet ends with some advice to help us handle challenging problems.

     

    Prologue

    Janet has been recognized as a Woman to Watch by Business Insurance magazine and has received several awards for product technology innovation. She is the President of Freeman Company, whose career journey has included success in global sales, digital transformation, process improvement, and worldwide client management. Janet is a dynamic and empathetic leader who develops opportunities for Freeman, its customers, and its people. She succeeds by putting people first. She encourages her teams to embrace change through constant communication, continuous learning, pragmatic thinking, and tenacity.

     

    01:20 Part 1: Facing Your Fears, Pivoting, and Strengthening Your Resilience

    05:13 Part 2: Courage of a CEO

    09:48 Part 3: Write It Down

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    Robynne Orr is the opening voice narrator. To learn more about her amazing storytelling capabilities, visit Robynne’s website, R.ORR.

     

    Transcript available

     

    Episode links

    Janet’s LinkedIn Profile, company website, bio, LinkedIn company page

     

    Janet’s LinkedIn articles

     

    Gary DePaul’s website

    Gary's books:

       What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?

       Nine Practices of 21st Century Leadership

       The 2022 HRBP Report



    Lead on!

    • 11 min
    156: Michael Teape Helps You Connect to What’s Needed

    156: Michael Teape Helps You Connect to What’s Needed

    I invite guests to share personal stories about acts of leadership that help shape their lives. In Episode 156, Michael Teape talks about a life-changing moment that helped him overcome imposter syndrome and receive feedback in a new way. Michael then talks about how a CEO helped his company think differently during the COVID disruption. That led to a story about how an electrical company handled freezing telegraph lines that started by thinking about bears and honey. Next, Michael advises us to use three questions to guide one-to-one conversations with direct reports.

     

    Prologue

    Since 1994, Michael has been conducting business and personal effectiveness design and delivery training, coaching, train-the-trainer, and training strategy development for a wide spectrum of clients. Michael is the owner and lead training consultant of Teape Training International (or TTI). Through TTI, Michael and his colleagues partner with clients through the entire learning strategy and curriculum development processes.


    01:43 Part 1: Missing the Whole Picture

    10:32 Part 2: Honey on the Telegraph Poles

    24:17 Part 3: Power of the One-to-One

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    Robynne Orr is the opening voice narrator. To learn more about her amazing storytelling capabilities, visit Robynne’s website, R.ORR.



    Transcript available

     

    Episode links

    Michael’s LinkedIn Profile, website, LinkedIn company page, Facebook, one-page bio

    You can schedule time with Michael for an executive presence call.

     

    Gary DePaul’s website

    Gary's books:

       What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?

       Nine Practices of 21st Century Leadership

       The 2022 HRBP Report



    Lead on!

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

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2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Todd Cherches ,

I would label the "Unlabeled Leadership" podcast as one of the best podcasts out there!

I have been a guest on about 100 podcasts over the past 18 months since my book, "VisuaLeadership" came out -- as well as experiencing hundreds of others as a listener -- and I can honestly and enthusiastically say that "Unlabeled Leadership" is by far one of the best! Not only is Gary DePaul a knowledgeable, insightful, and caring interviewer and host (with a terrific radio voice and style, I might add), but this show is so well-edited and well-produced in every way -- from the three-part structure to the music, as well as the show notes. I encourage every other podcaster to check out this terrific show to see how it's done. Excellent!

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