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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 ...
 
Peaceful leadership advocate & mentor Maya Mathias hosts The Executive Book Club podcast, a meeting place for curious minds and battle-weary souls. Maya helps executives, civic leaders and creative thinkers tap into the insights of trailblazers who have come before us, and shares ways to integrate their practical wisdom, accelerate your soul-searching and find profound meaning amid the stresses and strains of modern life. Each episode of the Executive Book Club podcast explores a book-based ...
 
Excellent Executive Coaching podcast will examples of leadership coaching issues and challenges. Excellent Executive Coaching will provide leadership coaching tips, strategies and resources that can resolve leadership issues. Subscribe today to learn about coaching top global leaders and their trials and successes. The Excellent Executive Coaching podcast is a platform of discussion and a source of knowledge sharing between professional coaches and leaders. It promotes continued education fo ...
 
Each episode of Global Nomadic Leadership podcast will provide case studies, tips and examples of various leadership opportunities and challenges. Global Nomadic Leadership will provide strategies and resources to bring your leadership or help others to bring their leadership one step closer to excelling. Subscribe today to learn about top global leaders and their trials and successes. Your host is Dr. Katrina Burrus. She is the First Master Certified Coach from the International Coach Feder ...
 
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India’s latest COVID explosion hits home as one Delhi-based journalist speaks with Ian Bremmer about her own father’s death from the virus. Barkha Dutt has been reporting on the pandemic in India since it began, but nothing could prepare her for the catastrophic second wave that has hit her country in the last few weeks—and that has now shattered h…
 
It wasn't that long ago that globalization was almost universally perceived as a good thing, when policymakers celebrated free trade agreements, and when countries competed to lower barriers to the free flow of goods, technology, and money. But something in the global zeitgeist seems to have shifted from free trade and open markets to decoupling, n…
 
In answering the following questions, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC discusses with Brandon Smith the “overdose of urgency” that individuals face and how it affects their business and personal life. What do you qualify as workplace disfunction? How do you go about identifying a company's culture? What do you mean by “hot sauce” to describe urgency? What i…
 
After four years of President Trump lobbing red meat to his base nearly every day, President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office have been refreshingly “boring.” He’s fired off zero early-morning Twitter rants and picked no fights with professional sport teams nor Mika Brzezinski. That’s not to say, however, that he hasn’t been busy. Since January…
 
In a special GZERO conversation, Ian Bremmer examines the impact of President Biden's recent statement recognizing Armenian genocide at the hands of Ottoman Empire, an atrocity that began 106 years ago during World War I. What are the ramifications for US/Turkey relations going forward and how will Biden's recognition affect Armenia? Ian Bremmer di…
 
A shape-shifting event like the global pandemic affects almost everyone on the planet— but it especially affects children. They have seen their education, social, mental, and physical health development, and nutrition badly— perhaps permanently— damaged. And what’s bad for kids is worse for girls because in too many countries, especially in low- an…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Steve Heroux about his sales experience and his teaching insight as he answers the following questions. What made you want to go into sales? When did you start your sales career? What's your greatest accomplishment? If you could start over in sales, what would you do differently? What tools do you use to train and…
 
Today’s world is short of a lot of things—sustainable environment, peace, prosperity, equality—but what we lack most is innovative, global, values-based leadership. If we can find and nurture that kind of leadership, the rest will follow. In this special episode you will meet Nithya Ramanathan, one of the three 2020 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Lea…
 
Earlier this month President Biden did what three of his predecessors could not: he announced an unconditional end to the war in Afghanistan. On this edition of the GZERO World Podcast, Mike Waltz, a decorated combat veteran and Republican Congressman, tells Ian Bremmer why he thinks that decision spells disaster. "The next 9/11, the next Pulse Nig…
 
What does China—or, more particularly China’s leadership and the Chinese Communist Party— want from the rest of the world? Domination or collaboration? Allies or subjects? War or peace? Jonathan Ward, an American who is rapidly becoming one of that country's leading China experts, thinks they want victory. Dr. Ward, who has lived and worked in Chin…
 
In a wide-ranging interview with Ian Bremmer, Pulitzer Prize-winning climate journalist Elizabeth Kolbert assesses the current state of the climate crisis and answers a simple question: how screwed are we? And as the climate continues to warm at a record pace, she unpacks some of the more extreme climate solutions that some increasingly desperate n…
 
Early in 2020, when the global pandemic was still gathering force, UNICEF published a prophetic, deeply disturbing document "All children of all ages and in all countries are being effected in particular by the socioeconomic impacts and in some cases, by mitigation measures that may inadvertently do more harm than good. This is a universal crisis. …
 
Today’s world is short of a lot of things—sustainable environment, peace, prosperity, equality—but what we lack most is innovative, global, values-based leadership. If we can find and nurture that kind of leadership, the rest will follow. In this special episode you will meet Jared Genser, one of the three 2020 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadersh…
 
r. Soumya Swaminathan calls for a massive increase in the global vaccine supply in order to prevent the rise of more dangerous and vaccine-evading super-variants, in a wide-ranging interview with Ian Bremmer on the GZERO World podcast. Dr. Swaminathan, Chief Scientist at the World Health Organization, argues that vaccine nationalism, where countrie…
 
Even as the pandemic, like some giant glacier, slowly and unevenly recedes, the world seems frozen in place as it deals with the mess left behind. Increased poverty and malnutrition; greater inequality; damaged and depleted health care systems; rising social and political tensions. But is this crisis or opportunity? Or, rather, are we smart enough …
 
In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling reflects on "Season One" of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement. From the travels he took around the world to interview leaders on four different continents to the amazing content of the podcasts recorded over the last year, Jim reveals there is something exciting for all of us in the nea…
 
Europe is increasingly divided: between the frugal North and the Club Med South; between the illiberal East and the progressive West. In many ways, the latter is more profound at a time when democracy is under pressure almost everywhere. Leaders like President Orban of Hungary and Poland’s Jarosław Kaczyński, who founded the ruling Law and Justice …
 
Hiring rockstars is the goal for entrepreneurs and in answering the following questions, Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Molly McGrath about ways to improve the hiring process and the challenges entrepreneurs face. How do leaders hire rockstars? What challenges do you see entrepreneurs and leaders face in hiring? How do you advise/assist/counsel…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Tony Martignetti on the importance of elevating leaders and helping them to find clarity in their lives as he answers the following questions. How did you initially become interested in coaching and helping people? What hurdles did you personally face in your journey and how did you overcome them? What inspires yo…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Jeff Wald as he answers the following questions and discusses the need to be aware of future work predictions and how new technology doesn't always lead to jobs loss. Will the Robots and AI take all of the jobs? Why is the future of work NOT gig work? Why do you insist that new technologies don't often lead to job…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Orvel Ray Wilson and answers the following questions as he shares ways our listeners can discover and deliver their unique message. Why do you say that stories are "magical"? Are there some simple rules we can follow to be better storytellers? Can you share some of the advanced storytelling techniques you teach? H…
 
Today's world is short of a lot of things—sustainable environment, peace, prosperity, equality—but what we lack most is innovative, global, values-based leadership. If we can find and nurture that kind of leadership, the rest will follow. In this special episode of the New thinking for a New World podcast, you will meet Sylvia Earle, one of the thr…
 
Whoever said, “when in Rome, do as the Romans do” clearly could not envision what would become of Italian politics. Since 1989 the country has had 18 prime ministers, six in the last decade alone. And while the pandemic afforded the government some much-needed political unity in the short-term, the warm feelings cooled quickly this winter as politi…
 
Venezuela has been in a death spiral for years. The country have been devastated by political repression and economic depression; its people suffer from huger, malnutrition, shortages of food, medicine and, perhaps worst of all, opportunity. The numbers tell the story: 9 million malnourished, 90% of the country’s 28 million live in poverty, and mor…
 
Cody Lowry talks about the importance of having fun, building relationships and how to be appreciative and persistent as he talks with Dr. Katrina Burrus and answers the following questions. Give us a snapshot look at your background and how it influenced you? What are the ingredients of the Secret Sauce of a good relationship? What do you mean by …
 
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director for UN Women, joins Ian Bremmer on the GZERO World podcast to discuss the toll COVID-19 has taken on the global fight for gender equality and the toll that it has taken on girls, in particular. In fact, the UN estimates that as many as 11 million girls who left school because of the pandemic will never ret…
 
Q. What do Donald Trump and the Ayatollah Khamenei have in common with Rihanna? A. They have all been banned from social media. Social media has become the lifeblood of modern culture. But it has evolved in ways which reward excessive outrage excessively and which encourage hyper attention to the immediate—untethered from traditions, knowledge, and…
 
The following questions are answered as Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Josh Little to discuss the importance of productive meetings and how leaders can lead more effectively. What are the problems with meetings? Are they not necessary for team meetings? How does this apply to working remotely? What is the impact on leaders wanting to reduce tim…
 
In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling interviews Brian Kibby. Brian is the CEO of Modern Campus, the leading SaaS solution for higher education student life cycle management and web content management systems. Brian loves to say, "When we care about other people, it changes you and it changes them. I have been fortunate t…
 
“Pivot to Asia.” It was the catchphrase floating around Washington DC’s foreign policy circles in 2009 when President Obama first took office. And yet twelve years later, the Middle East continues to consume the attention of the United States’ military and diplomatic efforts. Now President Biden is determined to change that, and to turn Washington’…
 
Europe has had a bad few years. The struggles between North and South mostly over economics, between East and West mostly over values. Brexit, which shifted the locus of power eastward and distracted European leaders from any possibility of a more positive agenda. The pandemic, which among all its other impacts led to interrupted borders in a Europ…
 
FIRE UP your entrepreneurial journey with strategies shared as Dr. Katrina Burrus ask John Lee Dumas the following question. How have people been lied to by the 'self proclaimed experts' in the online business world? What do you or people really want to achieve in their lifetime? What have you learnt on the way? What is your favorite step in the 17…
 
In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling interviews Jason Forrest. Jason has disrupted the sales recruiting industry by combining a recruiting company, an assessment company, and a training company in one. Today's episode is all about how to unleash you from outdated management methods. Jason is focused on mastering the art …
 
From the Philippines to Hungary to Venezuela, countries across the world have embraced authoritarian rule, in many cases with significant popular support. What is the enduring appeal of authoritarianism, how susceptible is the United States to its sway, and what has the pandemic done to accelerate its growth? Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Anne …
 
2020 was an awful year for Iran. A year that started with the assassination of the country's widely popular, leading general ended with the assassination of its most important nuclear scientist. The three year old recession deepened while inflation soared. Widespread shortages, including medicines, made the fight against the pandemic all the more d…
 
What does it take to be a well-known speaker? Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC and Mike Rayburn discuss how “What If” can become possibilities as they answer the following questions. Who are your most common corporate audiences and why do you think your "What IF" presentation works so well? As an expert on change and helping corporations and individuals, wh…
 
In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling interviews Samo and Iza Login. In 2009 these Slovenian tech entrepreneurs set out with the goal of creating a new startup that they would build into a successful business and sell in order to dedicate all their time to philanthropic pursuits. In just 7 years, the Login's sold their $2…
 
The country’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, joins Ian Bremmer to talk vaccines, school re-openings, and when—and how—the pandemic could finally come end. He was last on GZERO World just weeks before the pandemic hit in the fall of 2019 and he described at the time what kept him up at night: a “pandemic-like respiratory illness.”…
 
Even amid optimism about vaccines and declining infection rates, there is mounting evidence that the pandemic is generating a global mental health crisis. Lockdowns and social distancing reduce transmission, but have the unintended consequence of intensifying stress and anxiety, stretching social bonds, and weakening personal relationships. How do …
 
In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling interviews Kevin Black. Kevin is a seasoned entrepreneur, nationally recognized for learning and development services in leadership and strategy. His leadership workshops combine the excitement of eSports-like wargame competitions with advanced leadership development. The process enab…
 
Have you ever thought that thinking small was the path to growth? Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC speaks with Maceo Jourdan on ways entrepreneurs can have a path of growth as they answer the following questions. How did you come to be a venture capitalist? Tell us about what you found important to make a sale? What relevance does this have to coaching for …
 
The pandemic has forced most of us to move from real life to virtual life—and we are mostly unhappy about the results. It’s not just that we miss the real thing, but that it's virtual alternative—endless hours on Zoom or Teams or some other platform—is such a pale imitation. Are there different ways to use the tools? Since we may be stuck in this s…
 
Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC talks with Fabienne Fredrickson and answers the following questions as they discuss was entrepreneurs can strengthened their mindset and gain confidence. How specifically can we each have it “all”, whatever “all” means to each of us? Is it possible to make twice as much as you’re making now, but working half the time? Why do…
 
In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling interviews Eric Termuende. Eric is a globally-recognized thought leader, author, and international speaker on the future of work and building teams that thrive. As co-founder of NoW Innovations, Eric advises industry-leading organizations, institutions, and associations on future-proo…
 
Mexico finds itself at a critical moment in history: its populist president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (also known as AMLO), appears unable to get control of the rampant violence that he promised to curb or of the raging coronavirus that he himself was just infected by. And during this moment of crisis, Mexico’s most important trading partner, th…
 
This week we want to lift an older episode we believe bears repeating. What are some of the challenges Africa faces in its future? We invite you to take a moment and rediscover this episode from August 6th, 2020. At least so far, what plagues Africa is less Covid-19, than its consequences: collapsed economies, an industrial world that is closing to…
 
Do you feel you are not moving forward fast enough? Are your goals never being reached? Find out how you can accelerate your performance with this optimization program. Dr. Katrina Burrus, MCC asks Dr. Bradley Donohue to discuss the questions below as Dr. Donohue explains how to reach optimum performance. The optimization programs you developed wit…
 
In this episode of the Iron Sharpens Iron Movement, Jim Hotaling interviews Andy Riise. Andy is the Mental Skills Coach for the Cincinnati Reds Minor League Baseball System. Andy believes that humans are designed to perform, but we often get in our own way towards becoming the best version of ourselves. He is on a mission to help leaders, coaches a…
 
Can the United States vaccinate enough of its population to prevent hundreds of thousands of deaths before new and more contagious COVID-19 variants take hold? And will these vaccines even be effective against more adaptable mutations of the virus? Surgeon and public health expert Dr. Atul Gawande, most recently of the Biden/Harris COVID-19 Transit…
 
We live at a time of pandemic, recession, growing doubts about the future and form of capitalism, challenges to democracy, shifts in global power. The response of many if not most organizations, public as well as private, is to hunker down and try to survive. But some are embracing the challenges and opportunities of profound change. That certainly…
 
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