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Lead & Follow offers a candid discussion of collaboration, teamwork, training, and organizational development. Host Sharna Fabiano talks with educators, consultants, and professionals to explore the relational dance between leadership and followership, and how to become excellent in both roles.
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The leadership domain is conducted within human-centric environments, therefore success is always tied to the human. Filled with actionable insights rather than just information, The Iron Sharpens Iron Leadership Movement will give you a focused set of ideas that can be applied in both your personal and professional life. The greater focus you spend on the “tools” that you have and the way you “forge” your relationships and presence, the stronger the others become. This movement will showcas ...
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What more could you achieve as a leader if you were 25% or even 50% more influential and persuasive? Mastering The Power Skills will inspire you to find out. C-suite leadership coach and former CEO Kathy Dockry helps deepen your understanding of the connection between power and the skills of influence, persuasion, and presence. You’ll also learn tips and strategies that you’re unlikely to hear elsewhere. The ones that will make you distinctive and compelling. The ones that will win support a ...
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Hiring Insights

Top Talent Advocates

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A podcast dedicated to providing insights into executive hiring. Whether you are an executive, an attorney, a recruiter, a coach, or a candidate, there is something for you to learn and discover.
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Bill Young

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True reports, imagined sketches and personal interviews with a common goal: to inspire insights into value creation (or destruction) in supply chains, transactions and behaviours. All borrowed from an unsettled career in sales, marketing, research targeting, product management, supply chains, procurement and consultancy. For obscure and arcane reasons, the average length of episodes is around 499 seconds Key words: eclectic; liberal; catholic; contrarian; provocative; inciteful (sic); divers ...
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A medical doctor, wellness expert, and economist with 120 years of combined experience help you understand medical, health, and wellness trends and their impact on personal finance and business. Medical, health, and wellness issues in all their forms will be explored: physical, mental, and spiritual and ways you can improve your health and live a better life. These recordings will cast a wide net and give a variety of perspectives with leading health and business experts on topics reflecting ...
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The Periodic Bagel

Alex Goldberg and Chemjobber

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Chemjobber and Alex Goldberg banter about the latest in the world of Science and Chemistry, and interview guests who know things. Our logo was designed by Brendan Burkett (@ChemScrapes); Podcast title was coined by Caroline Landau. Follow us on Twitter at @PeriodicBagel, @AlexFGoldberg, @Chemjobber
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Join The Military Sherpa, Mark Tilsher, on a leadership journey unlike any other. With years of military experience and top-notch leadership tools, Mark delivers practical and innovative strategies to help you lead your team to new heights. Discover how to cultivate a high-performing culture with episodes focused on personal growth, team building, and leadership development. From the battlefield to the boardroom, Mark's unique perspective will help you unlock the full potential of your team ...
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LOS Cast

Samuel T. Reddy

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Samuel T. Reddy presents The LOS Cast. A series of conversations with military leaders, business leaders and industry leaders on career change, strategy and leadership. You will learn the insights about the winning strategy for your career and business transition and more. The show is hosted by Impact Entrepreneur, Strategist In Human Capital Potential, Multi Award-winning British ExForces and Best-Selling Author Samuel T. Reddy. The LOS Cast will impact your life and career and prepare you ...
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BMJ Leader (https://bmjleader.bmj.com/) is an international, peer-reviewed, online-only journal in the field of healthcare leadership. The journal is a place of discussion and debate for the many disciplines that make up leadership in the health services. The BMJ Leader Podcast invites leading players in the field to discuss the most relevant papers of each issue of the journal. Subscribe to the podcast in any of the major platforms to get updated with the latest! Also, please consider leavi ...
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The Leadership Done Right podcast is dedicated to helping you become a better leader at work, home, and in life. My goal is to help you learn steps you can take today to deepen your leadership understanding and strengthen your influence. What Can You Expect From This Podcast? In the Leadership Done Right podcast we will discuss leadership theory, practical leadership, leadership in the news, leadership and personal development, and many other topics related to leadership. Additionally, on th ...
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Yulia Tolstikov-Mast, Ph.D. shares the concept of a global follower and especially of global followership as a force of power that can and does influence the far-reaching decisions of global leaders. Yulia is a global leadership and followership expert, an award-winning international leadership scholar, and an educator. Her scholarship and training…
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Dr. Kyle Payne, a strategic talent development leader based in Chicago, describes his recent study exploring how professional engineers navigate ethical dilemmas. Kyle has fifteen years of experience driving process improvement and behavior change through training, coaching, and consulting. In his research, he focuses on unethical behavior at work …
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CONSPIRACY THEORIES: DIRECTED ENERGY DEVICES. Do they or do they not exist? Have you ever felt like you were just zapped? All of a sudden something just doesn't feel right? In this episode, the Unpopped Colonels discuss Directed Energy Devices. Lasers, microwaves, particle beams, sound beams (SouND BeaMS?)..yup!..there all in here. The Colonels tal…
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Hi Everyone, this is Sharna. I’ve spent the beginning of the year in a resting phase with the podcast, letting the new season slowly take shape in my mind. New episodes are coming soon, in early March, and I’m hoping this little preview will give you a sense of how I’m thinking about season 3 as a collection of conversations. * Democrats Have a Bet…
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Brian Davis joins Mosah Fernandez Goodman on this episode of Hiring Insights to discuss advancing your career as an outside counsel. Brian handles lateral partner recruiting and in-house searches for financial services clients and law firms. He is particularly skilled in private equity, hedge fund, corporate, corporate finance, capital markets, com…
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Discover the unexpected wisdom of tango with Sharna Fabiano, an renowned tango artist and author, who speaks on the dance's profound reflection of life's social intricacies and leadership roles. Your episode host, Ketil Hviding, reflects on his journey through martial arts and tango and what the dance has taught him about the subtle art of leading …
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Dive into the essence of true empowerment in this episode of The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast, where we explore the top tier of the Empowerment Hierarchy. Understand why empowerment is not just about freedom, but also about fostering trust, innovation, and engagement among your team. Learn how to identify if your team is truly empowered and d…
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...are they real...ARE THEY?..in this episode, the Unpopped Colonels discuss the Conspiracy Theory surrounding "Birds Aren't Real." Starting out as innocent urban prank, the "Birds Aren't Real" conspiracy theory most certainly should stop each of us in our tracks (OK, slippers) to just think - for at least a passing moment - to just think what if t…
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The Unpopped Colonels kick-off a new feature: "Now You Know." No agenda - just interesting things you may or may not know. This episode focuses on Our American Flag - what it stands for, its development, and perhaps some insight why Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen & women, and Coasties are willing to sacrifice blood, sweat, and tears ensuring it…
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Toxicity, in its many guises, creeps silently, leaving in its wake leaders who are revered and reviled. As we journey deeper in this three-part series, we shed light on the triad of toxic traits—Insecurity, Arrogance, and Pride. These traits, often seen in toxic followers, can germinate into devastating leadership flaws. The fine line between arrog…
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In this thought-provoking episode of The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast, we embark on a journey of transformation, leaving traditional New Year's resolutions behind. Instead, we delve into the power of envisioning your future, guided by a seasoned veteran's wisdom. Join us as we explore how shifting from resolutions to vision can reshape your l…
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In this episode, the Unpopped Colonels take a look into the 5g Network Conspiracy Theory...well...turns out it's not just one "theory," it's a collection of sub-theories rolled up into one 5G Network conspiracy theory. Is the government really using the 5G Network to control peoples minds? Is 5G to blame for the global COVID-19 pandemic? We won't t…
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Discover a tranquil realm of self-love and acceptance with Pearl Kuebel, who leads you on a 15-minute symphony of the soul in our latest episode. Pearl's soothing voice serves as a beacon, illuminating the path to self-discovery, as we learn to embrace every sensation and breath with open arms. This auditory voyage promises not only a deep dive int…
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Mosah Fernandez Goodman sits down with Bryan Krajeski in this episode of Hiring Insights. Bryan is not only an incredible external recruiter, but he also has a long history of sales, marketing, and internal recruiting experience. In addition to giving us some insight into the recruiting world, both internal and external recruiters, Bryan will help …
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In this short, end-of year episode, host Sharna Fabiano reflects on season 2 and shares three compelling lead and follow ideas to try out in your own life and work in 2024. Please send feedback on Season 2 along with suggestions for Season 3 directly to Sharna at sharna@sharnafabiano.com. Special thanks to Glover Gill for providing our music. Lead …
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Dr. Wendy M. Edmonds is Interim Chair of the Management, Marketing, and Public Administration Department in the College of Business at a Historically Black University, and Co-Chair of the Global Followership Conference 2024. Her research focus is on toxic followership (people following bad people). She is an author, and internationally recognized t…
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Do you want to peek behind the curtain of the medical world? You're in the right place. We've got a special treat for you today in the form of our guest, Katie Culligan, a professional actor turned standardized patient. Katie brings to light how she and her colleagues play a crucial role in shaping medical practitioners' skills through simulating v…
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Langley Sharp is the former head of the Centre for Army Leadership, responsible for championing leadership excellence across the British Army. After graduating from Sandhurst two decades ago, his career in the Parachute Regiment, which included operational command at every rank, saw him deployed to Northern Ireland, Macedonia, Afghanistan and Iraq.…
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Welcome to a special Thanksgiving edition of The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast. As we gather with family and friends, it's essential to remember those who've served and continue to serve our nation, often far from their homes and loved ones during this season. Today, I'll share with you a touching story from our nation's history, reflecting th…
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Every military unit fears toxic leadership, but how often do we trace its roots? This is the first episode in a three-part series that dives deep into the emergence of toxic leaders. It's an unsettling truth—these leaders often rise from the ranks of toxic followers. By understanding and addressing the three core traits that fuel toxicity, we can i…
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David Elser, author of Doing the Chores, shares his concept of smart followership through personal stories of growing up on a small family farm in northwest Ohio. David is a learning and development professional based in Coldwater Lake, Michigan who has over 30 years of experience in the transportation industry. He works with employees at all level…
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In this episode, the Unpopped Colonels talk about a global concept: Clash of Cultures. The Colonels talk about mono- and multi-cultures, geographic influences, and lay the foundation for further discussions taking into account the events of today. True to form, the Colonels leave politics and religion out of it, except for a few context-related exc…
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David Scott is a PhD Researcher at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. He is exploring Followership Salience as a factor of Leadership in Organisations, and is also a Visiting Lecturer in Business at Leeds Trinity University. In this episode, he shares his concept of followership as informal leadership, and his view on how the unive…
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Delve into a visionary blueprint for a transformed Department of Defense (DoD). Understand the peace index's unparalleled significance for service members on the cusp of transitioning and its potential to rewrite the narrative of post-military life. Let's explore together the profound implications of prioritizing peace and holistic well-being in ou…
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Christian Monö is a Speaker, Author and Sweden’s first and only followership expert. In this episode, he shares what he has discovered in more than 15 years exploring what he calls “natural followership." We discuss how our human ancestors self-organized in egalitarian band societies, and also how the leadership industry is affecting people, busine…
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On the second episode of this two-part series of Hiring Insights, Mosah Fernandez Goodman sits down with Tom O’Connor, George Zaharatos, and Lem Montgomery. Tom is the former Executive Vice President of Compliance & Ethics, EHS, ESG at Guardian Industries, George is the Principal-Global Data and Technology Leader for Trade and Customs at KPMG, and …
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This episode is a conversation about integrated leadership-followership education, featuring both Fatema Haque, Academic Program Manager & LEO Adjunct Lecturer at the Barger Leadership Institute at the University of Michigan, and also Dorine Lawrence-Hughes, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Education at the University of Michigan. They are both invo…
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In this podcast, the Unpopped Colonels talk about the various types of hauntings. Much more than just howls or the sound of disembodied footsteps. The Paranormal Community generally recognizes six (6) distinctive types of hauntings: Residual Hauntings Poltergeist Hauntings Demonic Activity Intelligent or Interactive Activity Shadow Figures Portal H…
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I speak with Erica Dawson, Professor of Practice and Nancy and Bob Selander Executive Director of the Engineering Leadership Programs at Cornell University. Erica’s Montana upbringing instilled in her a deep sense of connection to the mountains and outdoors. But her thirst for adventure was too big even for the Big Sky State, so eventually she made…
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In this episode, the Colonels step out of their comfort zone, of sorts, and talk about their deployment into Iraq in 2006 - 2007. We go through some of our thoughts about notification, pre-deployment, our time in-country, re-deployment, then back home. Some humorous, some not-so humorous, and some, well... just reflections. We even talk about our t…
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Pumpkins and ghoulish faces illuminated by candles are a sure sign the Halloween season is upon us. In this episode, we talk about a Halloween tradition: Jack-O-Lanterns. The name "Jack O'Lantern" comes from an Irish folktale about a man named "Stingy Jack." Irish immigrants brought the tradition to America, home of the pumpkin, and it became an in…
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The Day of the Dead is a holiday traditionally celebrated November 1st and 2nd, though other days, such as October 31st or November 6th, may be included depending on the locality. Day of the Dead is widely observed in Mexico, where it largely developed. The holiday is also observed in other places, especially by people of Mexican heritage.. Visit t…
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Kekri was one of the biggest Pagan holidays celebrated in ancient Finland. Kekri was not a communal holiday - it was a Family holiday. In other words, the window for celebrating Kekri was generally the first two weeks in November. There were no grand gatherings. Finnish Pagans celebrated within the Family sometime within those two weeks. It was cus…
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The Hungry Ghost Festival, also known as the Zhongyuan Festival in Taoism or the Yulanpen Festival in Buddhism, is a traditional festival held in certain East and Southeast Asian countries. According to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, the Hungry Ghost Festival is generally on the 15th night of the seventh month. In 2023, the festival fell on August 30t…
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"Dziady" is a term used in Slavic folklore to identify ancestral spirits and a collection of pre-Christian rites, rituals, and customs dedicated to them. The purpose of these rites and rituals was for the living to commune with the dead and to establish relationships with the spiritual ancestors. The aim of the rituals was to win over favor with th…
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Introducing an Unpopped Colonels special series: 31 Days of Halloween. Is it a holiday, a celebration, or a festival? Some folks love it, others can't be bothered. But one thing is certain...Halloween is a beloved celebration not only in the United States, but globally. This is Day 1 (Episode 1) of the 31 Days of Halloween. In this episode, Christo…
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Dr. David Leitner has spent the last 15 years as a followership, leadership, and strategy educator. In this episode, he shares his passion and perspective on followership and leadership not only interpersonally but also as a way of analyzing relationships between states, communities, or companies. Dr. D not only teaches these topics academically, h…
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On the first episode of this two-part series of Hiring Insights, Mosah Fernandez Goodman sits down with Tom O’Connor, George Zaharatos, and Lem Montgomery. Tom is the former Executive Vice President of Compliance & Ethics, EHS, ESG at Guardian Industries, George is the Principal-Global Data and Technology Leader for Trade and Customs at KPMG, and L…
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Nixon Jallo is Husband, Father, Chief Executive of FOLDEVIN Consults Ltd., Bishop of Supernatural Love Ministries, Rector of Agape Bible College, Writer and Researcher based in Jalingo, Taraba State, Northeast Nigeria. He speaks about teaching followership in both faith communities and business communities, how followership differs at each level of…
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What happens when a world-class athlete shares her journey into the intricate domain of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? We find out as we chat with the incredible Sa'idah Zeinab Durkee, also known as the Ginja Ninja. With a brown belt to her name, Sa'idah's deep dive into the sport is more than just about acquiring the belt or winning competitions. It's about…
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Your lead and follow coaching tip for today is Choose an inner orientation. This technique is also called choosing a mindset or an intention. I’m calling it an inner orientation because I want you to use it as a deliberate and methodical way to orient to people and situations you are in. Most of the time, our inner state is reactive, and we’re not …
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Julie Newman, a Certified Human Resources Leader in Ontario, Canada, shares her experience coordinating a recent implementation of leadership and followership training for a nonprofit client. Julie is a well-rounded HR professional with 15 years of experience in all areas of HR, from building organizational culture, performance management, recruitm…
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In this episode, the Unpopped Colonels talk about the Chemical Trails (CHEMTRAILs) Conspiracy Theory. Condensation Trails (CONTRAILs) are a thing in the airborne transportation industry...those cloud-like, straight-line things up in the sky emminating from in-flight aircraft way up in the troposphere. Of course - those are CONTRAILs!..or are they? …
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Your lead and follow coaching tip for today is Deepen your breath. Many of us are in the habit of shallow breathing, sometimes called chest breathing, where the collarbones and sometimes shoulders move up and down with each inhale and exhale. Because of tension in the muscles, or sometimes just because of the general speed of working life, our bodi…
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Together with her partner in all things, Marc Hurwitz, my guest Samantha Hurwitz is co-author of the game-changing book Leadership is Half the Story and co-founder of the innovative training and development company FliP University, based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Samantha and Marc are also co-founders of the Global Followership Conference, whic…
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In this episode of The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast, we delve into the art of leadership and the power of saying no strategically. With a focus on simplifying the coaching process for military leaders, we explore how the ability to say no can enhance leadership effectiveness and foster high-performing teams. Join us as we discuss the importan…
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