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Best Corporateleadership podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Corporateleadership podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Revive the heart of your organization by reigniting appreciation for the human element of work. Educate yourself, your team and your leadership! The InvestHuman Podcast focusses on helping your organization thrive by discussing the most important part of your business: Your People.
 
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In this episode, Bart Bailey takes us on a journey to broaden our understanding of tribal behavior and our need to connect with folks like us. According to Bart, it’s natural and that need is strongly tied to our childhood stories. That said, being mindful about what we are thinking and feeling, sets us up for true awareness and options regarding i…
 
To Lee Kiper, kindness is bringing value to people’s lives without expecting anything in return. He believes when you lead with kindness, then it will lead to success. He doesn't only believe it, he lives it. Lee runs the #1 top performing sales group in Sprint’s BISO unit and accredits their success to a culture of kindness. They have not only bee…
 
Transitioning from being a baby to an adult has many shaky regions in between, such is the same with moving a startup into a full-fledged organization, but with less time and a lot more people to manage. In this episode Todd discusses with us the ins and outs of successfully moving your people from startup phase to being well on your way to Fortune…
 
In this discussion with David Goldsmith he discusses with us how some simple shifts in our way of thinking can help us to better ensure that we are really empowering our people to thrive as individuals. David gives us a step by step guide that can be used across the board in any industry and any country to empower our people to get things accomplis…
 
In this episode we’ll take a dive with Andy on Experiential Learning. We will discuss: The reasons people learn best through experience The importance of connecting learning programs to strategy The importance of communicating the “why?” behind a strategy and decisions The importance of coaching and other tools to reinforce learning…
 
Our guest, Kristin Sokol, designed the Thought Revolution because she saw a trend with her coaching clients - like many of us, they were at war in their mind. In this episode we talk about how to manage thoughts and emotions because, as Kristin explains, when you’re aware that you’re in a negative thought cycle then you can regain control and chang…
 
Our lives don’t start at 8am when work begins and they don’t end at 5pm when work is over. In this episode we move beyond the norms of employee wellness programs and discuss dimensions of wellbeing beyond the workplace. This is important because fostering wellbeing on the city and regional level undoubtedly trickles down to the workplace level. In …
 
Conflict is defined as a serious disagreement or argument, a quarrel a squabble, a battle, it's uncomfortable, it's awkward... none of that sounds pleasant does it? Yet somehow, Karen is able to see the light in this terribly uncomfortable situation and helps others work through conflict in an incredibly healthy and helpful way. She uses her years …
 
Understanding the dynamics of theory allows leaders to strategically manage relationships and begin to move teams toward maximum productivity. Grasping the basic variables will afford leaders an opportunity to positively structure relationships with followers empowering them to work beyond their job descriptions. A group of followers who are creati…
 
AI? I thought we were investing in humans. You are right! In this episode Nachi Junankar shares with us how AI allows humans to do what they are best at and machines to do what they are good at. We will learn how machine learning is a powerful way to transform and enable companies in hiring the right people in and engaging and transparent way. AI b…
 
Research shows 80% of individuals who work with an Inclusive Leader were more productive, motivated, and loyal to the organization as well as willing to go the extra mile. Inclusive leaders understand that in order for collaboration to be successful, individuals must be willing to share their diverse perspectives and experiences. However, only two …
 
Learning and development practitioners are tasked to move at the speed of business. But the reality is, it’s not feasible. As a result, L&D practitioners and the learners they serve must have a mind shift that: Recognizes there’s a ton of learning going on AWAY from the company’s LMS L&D leaders must be okay with this and not see it as a threat L&D…
 
The future of work on a global scale looks very bright. However, when analyzing the individual contributors to its potential success we can get a little overwhelmed. Today Ravi will discuss with us some of the major factors that will influence the trajectory of the global future of work. We’ll discuss aging patterns, education, globalization and te…
 
Mindfulness has been identified as one of the top 10 trends globally in 2017. Many Big large corporations are cultivating mindfulness as a practice at work. As a society, we are now operating in an attention economy where our attention is constantly under siege and leads us to a condition scientists call Attention Deficit Trait. In this episode, Sk…
 
What does success mean to you? Do you feel fulfilled by your work, awards and achievements, or promotions? Or are you someone who loves your job, but still yearning for more? In this episode Kelly Merbler shares with us her journey and talks to us about how finding our purpose or passion doesn’t always mean leaving our job or our company, we can fi…
 
In truly meeting the needs of our employees in today’s workforce, we have to create a “wholistic” workplace. This episode explores how we accomplish that. We discuss the importance of authenticity, values, and supported heart transparency in the workplace. Mary shares with us five key strategies for moving from pain to power, as well as moving beyo…
 
Employees can also be your company's best brand advocates. And since 50% of employees on social media are already posting about their company (based on MSL Group Social Employee Advocacy 2015 study), it's to the benefit of the company brand to ensure employees understand not only the company's brand voice but also their own and how the two are conn…
 
In today’s episode, Your Body is Business Relevant, Tara will walk us through not only the importance of taking care of our total wellbeing, but how this directly ties to our output in business. Wouldn’t you love to have more energy? Better, more consistent results? Then you won’t want to miss all of the knowledge Tara is going to share on how we c…
 
In today’s world, the workforce is looking to management for leadership. Gone are the days of do as you’re told and not as I do if you want to collect a paycheck. Therefore, coaching and Leadership are the keys for business success today. The key objective of the leader is to ensure their teams have the resources to get the job done along with assi…
 
This topic of fear impacts everyone at some point in our lives and our careers. In this episode, Dayne Gingrich is going to share with us the healthier side of fear, and challenge us to push back against the notion of being “fearless” and instead fearLIVE by acknowledging its presence and facing it head on. He’s known to push his clients to redefin…
 
A lot of time is wasted every day, every week, every month, every year, on the "people" issues that get in the way of being productive. If everybody was more open and authentic from a place of self-assuredness, the workplace would be much more effective and efficient. In this episode, you’ll hear from our panel and Dr. Laura Gallaher on how to comm…
 
Leadership has always been important but it’s more important than ever before. Through LearnLoft’s work and research with their Welder Leader Program, they’ve uncovered what the most effective leaders do differently. “They simultaneously use high levels of “love” and “discipline.” In this episode John will take us into a deeper understanding of how…
 
In previous episodes of this podcast we’ve covered a bit of the historical implications of women in leadership and the need for us to stop waiting to be facilitated. This episode's guest, Terri Lewis, helps us to dive deeper into the topic of Women in Leadership. Terri encourages women to take up their crowns. Set aside some of our societal fears a…
 
**To our dear listeners, Please excuse some of our noise blunders due to technical difficulties in this episode. The content was just too good not to share it with you!** Organizational silence can be detrimental to an organization’s success. Some may assume employee silence means everything is running smoothly. However, culture, morale, creativity…
 
Verifiable evidence of managers’ impact on their department's productivity and contribution to profit derives from frequent, qualitative use of two macro skills - Leadership and Nurturing. Leadership satisfies intrinsic motivators while nurturing satisfies extrinsic motivators. Employees positively reciprocate when their needs are being met. That's…
 
In this episode Jeff will take us through an exciting podcast giving us a view of the future of work and on demand employment. The discussion will help both individuals and organizations begin to prepare for much of what’s ahead as it relates to the shift in work that we are currently experiencing as generations change and technology gives that ext…
 
Organizations often focus on connecting with employees’ extrinsic motivators but often find it difficult to connect with employees’ intrinsic drives. On this podcast, we look at intrinsic motivation and propose strategies for tapping into what truly moves employees intrinsically for enhanced organizational performance. Some of the topics we cover i…
 
One could say, conversations are like air, no one needs to tell you how breathe – and no one really has to tell us how to engage in conversations, right? It’s mainly talking, a little bit of listening (lol). But in fact, conversations are critical to building all of our relationships. In this episode Michael will enlighten us about not only the imp…
 
In this ever changing environment many jobs are either ceasing to exist or going through some sort of revamp. As well many new job types are rapidly appearing in the job market. This makes it difficult to find talent prepared for a specific job. So how do we prepare talent to be ready for the jobs in our organization before they even enter our pool…
 
Leadership and leadership development is important to every organization’s success. In this podcast session, we’ll explore the relationship between leadership and pain. Some of the things we explore during this session are what are pain thresholds, why is it important to know our pain thresholds, and what are some painful roles of leadership?…
 
We’re seeing a change with enrollment in undergraduate and graduate degrees with 65% being women. We’re also seeing a changing workforce, with more than half of the workforce today being comprised of women managing organizations. Join us as we discuss how this shift in demographics is impacting the workforce and how organizations can aptly prepare.…
 
Organizations today, are spending an average of just over $700 per learner on training and development. Increase the numbers of employees requiring some form of training and that cost sky rockets quickly. Yet, the impact of those learning experiences is rarely measured beyond the “how was the training experience” perception shared by learners. In t…
 
Organizational culture is a key driver of success. It impacts how leaders lead, office design, what is expected of people, and, ultimately, the experience people have with the organization. However, organizations rarely think about culture as a strategic tool and design the culture they wish to have. Rather, they do one-off projects like a leadersh…
 
With tremendous experience as a leader and successful entrepreneur within a predominantly male dominated field, the construction industry, Deborah discusses what attracted her to the field and to what she attributes her success. During this session, we also explore the root of unconscious bias and how to uncover it within gender bias, the role ment…
 
The world has an ever growing fear of change and the devaluation of human workers. It is true, technology is rapidly gaining on us and helping organizations to function we as humans normally do. So how can we prepare for this? In this episode, Geoff will discuss’ with us what humans have that robots don’t and what makes it the critical skill to the…
 
Given the growing diversity in our workforce, it’s important for organizations to devise strategies to leverage diversity and foster inclusion for creativity, innovation, and overall profitability. In this episode, we explore what “diversity and inclusion” has meant in the past and how it’s definition is shifting in the workplace today, the concept…
 
Listening is a pervasive part of everyday life both at home and at work. We spend more time listening than we do talking, and listening is the critical component to effective communication. Yet when it comes to skill development, listening tends to take a back seat to flashier aspects of communication—like presentation skills. This podcast focuses …
 
There are so many corporate trainings but they only scratch the surface and then everything goes back to the way it was. There has to be a follow-up system to engage people in getting the most out of any training. Do fewer training topics with a series and built in follow up. If you are going to say something is important to the organization then m…
 
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