33 episodes

“Your Evolving Leadership Journey” is for anyone who believes continuous learning is part of the ongoing leadership journey.
“Companies that did business from a foundation of love and purpose and practiced servant leadership produced a 1026 percent return to shareholders over a ten-year period, eight times more than the so-called Good to Great companies.” (Coetzer, 2019)
With a slant towards servant leadership, Tom interviews contemporary authors to drill down on topics such as long-distance leadership, resilience, clarity, culture, developing others, individual behavior, persuasion, managing up, spiritual best practices, character, values, trust and more.

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“Your Evolving Leadership Journey” is for anyone who believes continuous learning is part of the ongoing leadership journey.
“Companies that did business from a foundation of love and purpose and practiced servant leadership produced a 1026 percent return to shareholders over a ten-year period, eight times more than the so-called Good to Great companies.” (Coetzer, 2019)
With a slant towards servant leadership, Tom interviews contemporary authors to drill down on topics such as long-distance leadership, resilience, clarity, culture, developing others, individual behavior, persuasion, managing up, spiritual best practices, character, values, trust and more.

    Encore The Star Factor: Discover What Your Top Performers Do Differently-- Inspire a New Level of Greatness

    Encore The Star Factor: Discover What Your Top Performers Do Differently-- Inspire a New Level of Greatness

    Recent advances in the neuroscience of transformational leadership give people the ability to create and maintain purpose-driven organizational cultures that consistently and systematically live the principles of “servant leadership.” Such organizations achieve top performance – and are better places to work. Understanding the neural impacts of having a personal and organizational compelling purpose gives anyone the ability to achieve greater personal satisfaction and organizational success. Understanding the neural processes associated with developing and sustaining new, better attitudes and skills enables individuals and organizations to grow faster and in ways that are personally and professionally satisfying. In this interview, you will learn about the neuroscience of transformational leadership and how this can help you be a powerful servant leader.

    • 57 min
    Encore No More Feedback: Cultivate Consciousness at Work

    Encore No More Feedback: Cultivate Consciousness at Work

    Carol’s Toxic Practice book disrupts commonly held beliefs to reveal: Why feedback undermines employee development, the impact feedback has on our 3 core human capabilities, and the alternative that leads to self-regulating employees.

    Utilizing examples from Carol’s decades of work, learn the flaws in the feedback trap and build conditions for employees to flourish for long-term success.

    Carol’s work is deeply rooted in the belief that people can grow and develop beyond what their leaders or anyone sees possible. She approaches her work as an ecosystem with stakeholders to the business in order to create the market place positioning, the organizational conditions, and human capability for people to innovate and contribute.

    Through a Socratic and contrarian approach, backed by research and extensive case stories and testimonials, Carol challenges and educates leaders to reimagine everything they currently know about strategic thinking, leadership, management, and work design.

    • 53 min
    Encore Managing Up: How to Move Up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss

    Encore Managing Up: How to Move Up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss

    Our bosses have enormous influence over our ability to succeed, thrive, and advance in our organizations, in our careers and in our own leadership journey. Establishing strong, productive working relationships with those above us is the single most effective way to accelerate success in any organization. Managing up is not about brown nosing, sucking up, or becoming a sycophant. It is about consciously and deliberatively developing and maintaining effective relationships with supervisors, bosses, and other people above you in the chain of command. It is a deliberate effort to increase cooperation and collaboration in a relationship between individuals who often have different perspectives and uneven power levels. It is about is consciously working with your boss to obtain the best possible results. Managing up is about you taking charge of your workplace experience. Managing Up is about helping people succeed with the boss that they actually have--not the boss they wish they had.

    • 55 min
    The 10 Stories Great Leaders Tell

    The 10 Stories Great Leaders Tell

    Every great leader is a great storyteller. And the first and most important part of being a great storyteller is knowing what stories to tell.
    After conducting over 300 one-on-one interviews with CEOs and executives in 25 countries around the world, author Paul Smith compiled a list of the most important ten stories any leader needs to be able to tell at a moment's notice.
    The 10 Great Stories Leaders Tell explores those 10 stories, and provides tips for you to find and craft your own, all in a short, easy, one-hour read. Each story is explored in its own chapter.
    Any leader who can tell those stories is far more likely to get their organization to go where they want it to go.

    • 55 min
    Encore Next is Now: 5 Steps for Embracing Change

    Encore Next is Now: 5 Steps for Embracing Change

    Change Resilience: It is time for us to stop the fear, the conscious and subconscious that is associated with change and embrace the change that will prepare us for both our professional and personal life journey. Most people believe that they are far more change adapt than they truly are. Change is no longer an event; it is a new way of living and staying relevant. It is time to develop a new core competence called change resilience, which is the ability to adapt to change in a faster and fuller way than we are used to do. The key success factor to change resilience is the ability to stay true to your purpose while adapting and changing the tools you use to pursue it.

    • 54 min
    Encore The Long Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership

    Encore The Long Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership

    Leadership is complex enough as it is. - How do you know whether tasks are getting done with remote teams? - Do your workers feel isolated? - Are they interacting with just you, or collaborating with the rest of the team? Wayne Turmel, co-author of “The Long Distance Leader,” addresses these questions and more. We’ll explore ways in which the Remote Leadership Institute (https://www.remoteleadershipinstitute.com/) teaches you to drill down into fundamental leadership concepts like delegating: realizing that its purpose is NOT to ease your load, that’s the wrong focus; coaching and feedback: how to do it at a distance, and, collaboration and engagement, how to turn remote workers into remote teams. We’ll explore values and their importance for establishing priorities, servant leadership, the 3-O model, the Golden Suggestion, the PIN technique for getting honest feedback, and Wayne will answer your questions. Listen in as we explore How to Lead Remote Teams Effectively.

    • 55 min

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