Courtney Wright has made bold business moves throughout her career. In this episode, we discuss how she does it. How does she courageously and continuously take action that leads to impressive business results? You’ll learn that her secret to success is much more about what she believes and thinks, than what she does.
Today my guest is John Lanier, CEO of Middle Market Methods. You’ll immediately hear his passion for efficiency, effectiveness and creating value. I’m glad you’re here for our discussion on how to execute extremely well on true priorities. I know you’ll walk away with actionable ideas!
Mark Stiving is my guest today and he is a pricing expert. What does pricing have to do with The Courage of a Leader? It turns out, quite a lot! The secret to effectively pricing your products and services is the same one leaders can use to clearly define and communicate the value of their teams’ work. Are you intrigued? I was!
My guest on today’s episode of The Courage of a Leader podcast is Megan Robinson, principal at E Leader Experience. Megan is talented at describing complex, nuanced, leadership concepts in accessible, simplified ways. In this episode we discuss how to be an agile leader, and how agility is most effective when built on the foundation of knowing who you authentically are as a leader.
Welcome to the first podcast episode in our new series, Inspiring Leadership Lessons of Top athletes. Our first guest in the series shares with us from the perspective of an athlete, she’s a 2-time Olympian, and as a coach, she is a National Basketball Coach of the Year. Sherry Winn shares athlete mindsets and practices that can be translated to inspiring leadership the workplace.
My guest today on The Courage of a Leader podcast is Kristen Crockett, a Coach, Consultant and Founder of Courageous Destiny. Her leadership legacy is supporting individuals to create their courageous destiny, a life they love that includes work they love. I’m glad you’re here to learn how you can start creating your courageous destiny!
In this episode, you will have the pleasure of hearing from Orvel Ray Wilson as we translate his lessons learned from leading a volunteer orchestra into valuable guidance for leaders who are working to influence across their organizations without direct authority.
My guest today on The Courage of a Leader podcast is David Johnson. David has a 20-year track record of driving organizational change. He's a turnaround expert, and often turnarounds bring with them negative connotation - harsh realities, lost jobs, and cutthroat decision making. You'll, however, find that David is different, and I know you'll appreciate his unique perspectives and pragmatic advice for How to Go From Visionary to Change Agent to Triumphant.
You heard from Elisabeth Herbner in the last episode, as she shared some of the wisdom she’s gotten from previous guests on The Courage of a Leader podcast. That was a nice way to underscore pragmatic, universal and extremely valuable insights and guidance we’ve heard. In this episode, Elisabeth shares guidance from her yoga practice, and the real-life examples of how she and others have put it into play to best serve themselves. Play along, and as you listen, identify what’s most important for you to practice at work and in your life, and identify how to do so. Practice your own wisdom for improved satisfaction and results!
Welcome to this episode entitled: Find Peace in Leadership Storms: Top Podcast Fan Shares Her Most Powerful Secrets From Our Previous Guests. You’ll hear from Elisabeth Herbner, a dear friend, business owner and healthcare worker who helps people reach their goals in a variety of ways. I’m glad you’re here because you’re going to get the cliff notes from 3 previous episodes of The Courage of a Leader podcast, which provide important Ah Ha!s, and learn how you can create your own Ah Ha!s every day.