Logan shares his unlikely career path to becoming VP of Services at CCB Technology and what equipped him to guide CCB through critical changes of their own.
What is your motivation as a leader? Does it help you more than it helps others? Mandela Barnes shares how he became the first African American lieutenant governor in Wisconsin because he saw the need for change in our communities and decided to do something about it.
Successful leaders don’t have it all figured out. It takes continual learning, listening, collaboration, and adaptation to meet the needs of the people you serve.
Peter Goodwin shares how he turned a brilliant idea into a profitable business by taking calculated risks, hiring the right people and building a great company culture.
What does it take to upset our ideology of how the world works? Or how a business should be run? NéAndré shares how encouraging others to embrace that they are perfectly imperfect and helping them realize the best in themselves can be catalyst for change.
Sarah shares her unexpected leadership journey and encourages both new and developed leaders as they continue to face challenges.
Leading can feel like being lost in the wilderness and trying to find your way home. But it doesn’t have to be. Beekman’s teaching principles speak directly to leaders trying to find answers in our unsettling world.
Natural-born leaders don’t exist. Former SEAL operator and FBI special agent shares the science and strategies behind effective leadership
Leading through change is hard. Uncertainty and doubt can easily take over, but you don't have to let it. Learn how to adapt to be ready for anything.
Find out how to use storytelling in your marketing to engage customers in a way that causes them to become emotionally and mentally invested in your brand. If you follow these narrative rules, you can experience exponential growth.
Taking risks and weighing failure is part of a leader’s job. But what happens the world around you takes an unprecedented turn? Jennifer shares how to adapt even when you're not sure how.
As we’re all getting a little more comfortable with the “new normal,” don’t let what you’ve learned through this uncharted experience go to waste. Listen to some snippets of the top podcasts from this year to remind yourself what it takes to be a great leader in all situations and to prepare for the new year ahead.
When a community is in crisis, everyone looks to their leaders for answers and action. Police Chief Art Howell shares how it’s possible to prepare for unexpected trials and strategically respond so that all parties will have ongoing faith, confidence, and support in the leadership of their community.
One of the fastest, most effective ways companies can find success on LinkedIn is by focusing on their personal brands instead of their company brand. Jackie shares her techniques for success which calls for minimal company promotion and more personal, relatable stories and encouraging advice.
It’s easy to list all the negative aspects of 2020, but in this episode, you'll be encouraged to take a fresh look at life and see the good things resulting from this turbulent year. It can help you be more intentional about how you spend your time and make a more significant impact on those around you.