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Personal development does NOT come naturally. But who has the time to take intentional steps every day? Now, YOU DO! Dr. Rob has a PhD in Leadership, he's led the largest leadership development company in the world, and he's a top-rated MBA professor. Why? Because he's fun and just a little crazy. Check out these 5-10 minute daily podcasts that he affectionately calls: Your Daily Dose of Growth!
 
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Episode #762 Continuing our review of The Truth About Leadership--Leadership is not about the leader; it’s about the relationship between the leader and the followers. Many executives forget this to their peril. Today, how to communicate in a way that others can’t wait to be part of the team. LeaderTribe.com There is a book summary of The Truth Abo…
 
Episode #761 This week, we review research that we know that we know that we know are true. We put emphasis on how leadership is an affair of the heart and that leaders who lead with their head and not so much with their heart will not get the most out of their team. We also discuss the importance of leading by example and the best ways to do it. N…
 
Episode #760 I’ve spoken all over the world on the subject of trust! There are 5 behaviors that help you gain trust. They are reviewed in this podcast. REMEMBER you must: 1) Trust others, 2) Be Consistent, 3) Be Clear, 4) Deliver on your promises, and 5) Be really honest. Google: The Speed of Trust 5 Steps to Gain and Keep the Trust of Others…
 
Episode #759 Challenge allows you to find out what you are made of. It allows you to channel your inner MacGyver. Research shows the best students and most successful people are NOT the smartest, but the ones with more grit. You can learn that through how you respond to the challenges in your life! Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Ang…
 
Episode #758 If you say one thing and do another, you need to turn in your leadership card… because people won’t follow you (unless they are paid to!). The best ways to lead by example are in taking responsibility and being vulnerable. Both are discussed. http://www.leadertribe.com/blog-post/5-words-that-make-you-more-influential The story of when …
 
Episode #757 Do you love your team, your company, your job, your products or accomplishments? The highest-rated leaders do! They are not afraid to use the word love—and they mean it. Do you have enough courage to love? http://www.leadertribe.com/blog-post/a-good-team-vs-a-great-team http://www.leadertribe.com/blog-post/i-dont-care-if-people-like-me…
 
Episode #756 This week we listen to research from some of the biggest names in leadership--Dr. Henry Cloud, Jim Kouzes, Barry Posner, and Carol Dweck. We learn how the level of connections we have determine the level of impact on others' lives. We also discuss the foundational truth about leadership and things that should NOT be a habit. Lastly, we…
 
Episode #754 We always hear about things that should be turned into habits, but today we're talking about the things in our life that SHOULDN'T be habits. We talk about the things that you have to be fully aware of and fully conscious of. Listen to today's episode to find out what they are! A blog I wrote with a FREE PDF Download of The Power of Ha…
 
Episode #753 “Who is the best leader that you know personally?” People were asked this question, and you’ll be surprised that the answers were similar! Listen to today’s episode to learn about how you as a leader can influence those people directly under you. Learn about the foundational truth for leadership A blog article on one truth http://www.l…
 
Episode #752 Do you make truly strong connections with others? The level of connection determines your level of impact. Listen to today’s episode to learn about the one small step you can take today that will make a difference in others’ lives! Connections are like cellphone signals... Listen to a study close to my heart BONUS! FREE PDF of Executiv…
 
Episode #751 FOUR more of the top 50 Harvard Business Review articles of all time are laid on the table this week! We discuss how you can discover your authentic leadership. Then to Michael Porters famous FIVE FORCES article. Next is the seminal article on Blue Ocean Strategy, followed by the article that put Emotional Intelligence on the map by Da…
 
Episode #750 Possibly the BEST Harvard Business Review Article of all time for someone who wants to grow as a leader. This is the real deal. www.LeaderTribe.com I found the HBR article online here: https://ldrtribe.com/GolemanWhatMakesALeader A video on the subject: https://hbr.org/video/5236216251001/what-makes-a-leader…
 
Episode #749 A red ocean means there is blood in the water. It’s where all the sharks are competing for market share with their various products. Blue Ocean is totally different. It’s opening up an entire new horizon with the normal competitors. Think of Cirque Du Soleil. They weren’t competing against Barnum—nobody had every seen anything like Cir…
 
Episode #748 If you know someone who owns a company, you will be like gold to them if you forward them the link to this podcast, and have them watch the short video below. When we boil it all down, there are only 5 things that we need to constantly address related to the business environment. When you understand these as a consumer and as a busines…
 
Episode #747 Fantastic article from Harvard Business Review is discussed. You CAN become more authentic and true to yourself. The short podcast ends with an unforgettable illustration about how to become the same person at work as you are at home. The Article with the FREE download on becoming more authentic: http://www.leadertribe.com/blog-post/be…
 
Episode #746 This week we discussed FOUR of the top 50 Harvard Business Review articles of all time--the best of the best on the following topics: leadership that gets results, persuasion, decision making, and motivation. Leadership That Gets Results The Necessary Art of Persuasion Before You Make That BIG Decision One More Time, How Do You Motivat…
 
Episode #745 Huge learning opportunity right here! You don’t get motivated by fixing the things that de-motivate you! Those just get you to “normal.” If you want to go way above normal and truly motivate yourself and others, listen to this podcast! The Entire Article is here: https://ldrtribe.com/2wqKpmG http://www.leadertribe.com/blog-post/engaged…
 
Episode #744 One of the most popular HBR articles of all time, a Nobel Prize winner and two others come up with 12 questions to ask before you make a BIG decision. We discuss 5 of the questions in the podcast, putting them in easy-to-understand language. http://www.leadertribe.com/blog-post/the-hot-shot-rule-will-fire-you-up The original HBR articl…
 
Episode #743 The author of the HBR article worked with Sr. Business Leaders, studying them for 12 years. 8 years later, he studied lower-level managers of cross-functional teams. He found that the best of both were persuasive by being great in 4 areas. Bottom line: Persuasion is not convincing and selling. Persuasion is learning and negotiating. I …
 
Episode #742 One of the TOP 50 Harvard Business Review articles of all-time is reviewed. There are 6 primary leadership styles that get results, but none of them is effective all the time. The best leaders learn how to switch between styles to get the results they need. You’ll learn how to improve by checking out the links below. Slide Share for th…
 
Episode #741 Continuing our discussion of The 7 Traits of Super Productive People! (from the Harvard Business Review article). This podcast explores accessing the knowledge we need, increasing our internal drive, anticipating and solving problems, taking initiative, and collaborating with others. Oh, and if you only do one... take initiative! Get W…
 
Episode #740 You would think that people who work by themselves are the most productive because they have less interruptions. It ends up that's not the case! Collaboration is a trait of Super Productive people when they know how to do it right! www.LeaderTribe.com 7 Traits of Super Productive People Michaelangelo Didn't Starve for His Art--Why Shou…
 
#739 Out of all 7 Traits of Super Productive People, I believe this one is BY FAR the most important. In this podcast we hear why taking initiative helps us to be the kind of employee that our boss LOVES. You will hear 1 Question that you can use at work or at the dinner table to help people get better every single day. 7 Traits of Super Productive…
 
Episode #736 What the best listeners actually do and traits of SUPER productive people. S.T.A.Y. Stop Talking About Yourself What Great Listeners Actually Do The Lost Art of Listening A podcast I did on productivity The article the research is from You don't have time to read a short blog about productivity? Find the time to read this one! Don't mi…
 
Episode #734 On April 23, 2018, HBR Online published a great article by Zenger and Folkman titled 7 Traits of Super Productive People. The research included data on 7,000 people looking at 48 traits. They found the top 10% tend to do 7 things far more than the lower productive people. We'll look at the research over the next week, with one point of…
 
Episode #732 Old way: Look them in the eye, don't talk when they are talking, and nod your head or go "hmm" once in awhile. It ends up that you might be rated a good listener, but not a GREAT one. We look at what the top 5% of listeners do differently. S.T.A.Y. Stop Talking About Yourself What Great Listeners Actually Do The Lost Art of Listening…
 
Episode #729 You used to do well on your personal development and leadership growth, but you've gotten sidetracked, you're a back-slider, and you need to get it in gear. But where do you start? Beating up on yourself doesn't work--here is what does... Leaders get the resources they need Get Specific if you need to get going again Discipline is far …
 
Episode #728 My friend Jason in Chicago is an outstanding younger leader. He cares about people, he wants to do a good job, and his efforts have been recognized with promotions. At the same time, he understands that there are some politics in most organizations and he wants to be viewed favorably by those over him--but sometimes he feels intimidate…
 
Episode #727 Mike from NYC sends in a challenge--his boss (the owner) constantly runs late. First we discuss what Mike shouldn't do, then what he should do, and finally, how to do it (very important!). When Should You Lead and When Should You Follow? When You Have to Carry Out a Decision You Disagree With The Science of Sounding Smart…
 
Episode #726 I look at why HBR devoted an entire issue to forgiveness and why Stanford started the Forgiveness Project. If you don't know how or refuse to forgive, it's like someone hurt you and as a result you choose to punish... yourself! Unforgiveness leads to many physical and mental illnesses and makes you less effective. This week's episode e…
 
Episode #725 American Express Salesforce went through a Talent Development program. It was really a training that helped them learn to forgive. The results? Their stress scores went way down and their sales went up by 25%!!! But the reason most people didn't forgive... they didn't know how! This 14-minute episode teaches you HOW with the four steps…
 
Episode #722 From Harvard Business Review: "When you cannot forgive the people who have hurt you, these feelings become a mental poison that destroys the system from within." This week we look at Leader's inner lives, keeping it real and talking about a subject that will hold you back until you deal with it. Period. No way around it. Drop the Mic.…
 
Episode #718 Do you often feel like a fake? The research reveals that many of us do, even those executives who have reached some significant levels. We feel as though we are really lucky and we hope we are not "discovered" for the insecure person that we really are. HBR has taken on this subject many times over the years.…
 
Episode #713 Everyone has an opinion, but the research reveals that writing down your goal in a specific way is the best predictor of whether or not you will accomplish that goal. See the bullet points below, and hit me up at rob@leadertribe.com to get the Free Executive Summary mentioned in today's short podcast.…
 
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