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Welcome to Leadership is Changing! Each week, we and our guests provide information and insights through exploring leading change. This is taking your leadership to another level by finding the balance between executive excellence and personal well-being through stories that inspire real change. It’s time to adapt in our fast-moving world when leadership is changing, with your host, Denis Gianoutsos.
 
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The house is FULL of family today (especially noisy kids)--and we don't feel much like podcasting... But, we're doing it anyway! Tabby is at the table, and Megan grabs a mic later in the episode as well. John wants to talk about why so many Christians seem to be "deconstructing" their faith. We think we mostly agree with the article he quotes. Youn…
 
“We have always done it this way.” versus “How might we make things even better?” – the biggest difference is that one is moving forward while another is falling behind. As the world keeps evolving, we must keep up with the times and target the limiting beliefs we have in our minds to learn how to take the challenge head-on. The key is to know how …
 
What characterizes an exemplary leader? Does it have to mean being famous? Hermann Simon argues otherwise. He tackles what characterizes a leader - unity of purpose, the ambition to be the best in their own market, focus, and the ability to inspire others - and to him, he found those characteristics in hidden champions. Hermann Simon, PhD., is a wo…
 
We all know that being true to oneself is a virtue that one must have in order to truly inspire and make an impact, but what kind of mindset do we need to make this happen? My guest, John C. Morley, shares his insights about his experience in various industries and how leaders can take on the role of helping other people instead of merely taking on…
 
How often do you take a break? Do you allow yourself time to relax? In today’s busy world, it is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day activities we immerse ourselves in to keep our work-life going. However, if we do not choose when to spend time resting, our bodies will choose the time for us. Allow yourself to recharge to be on top of your game…
 
The Podcast Ninja (Luke) is at the table today. We begin by talking about how much fun comedian's have when they're driving about 10 hours, to and from a show. Then, the Peaches reminds John about how wrong he was two episodes ago... (Remember when John was wrong, Neighbor?) But she's actually trying to make him feel better by sharing something tha…
 
In this episode, Ruben shares his experiences as an Olympian, competing in four different Winter Olympics in four different decades. He discusses the importance of coaching relationships and how leaders must embrace change in order to stay relevant. Denis then interviews Ruben about his experiences and challenges as an Olympian. Why would anybody i…
 
In today’s world, investing in yourself is the way to go in order to stay relevant and be empowered. Today, my guest, Tim Branyan, discusses the importance of mindfully consuming content and being surrounded by supportive people through your journey. Tim Branyan helps brands & content creators turn their influence into more income. He has launched …
 
Did you know that there are currently over two million active podcasts in the world? Also, 82.4% of podcast listeners spent more than 7 hours a week listening to podcasts. With the launching of the 300th episode last Wednesday, Denis reflects on the journey and how important it is to set goals and then be consistent in achieving them in order to cr…
 
The Comedian and The Peaches are talking about heartrate and stress. Apparently, it's possible for your body to be stressed without your mind being aware of it. Who knew? We always talk about not being able to trust our emotions, but we can't always trust our thoughts and perceptions, either... Sometimes the tasks that would be stressful for others…
 
In this special 300th episode, my guests Mike Handcock and Landi Jac and I discuss the need for leaders to adapt to changing times. We tackle how consistency is key to building a strong foundation, and how trust is one of the key conditions that need to be met for a company to be successful. Listen as they share the lessons learned when it comes to…
 
Providing great leadership is one of the most important things we can do to help our companies succeed. For this, leaders must have a good understanding of their career development. Also, leaders need to be able to delegate tasks and responsibilities and make sure that everyone understands their role and what their responsibility is in order to hel…
 
It's been said that health is not a destination, it's a journey. And that's especially true when it comes to our mental, emotional and spiritual health. In this episode, we're going to talk about how to have healthy emotional, mental, and spiritual lives. I will give tips on how to set boundaries for ourselves, allow time to relax and recharge, and…
 
We're here at the table, Neighbor Pkarlgh! (And the kids are working busily nearby.) Join us while we talk about John's latest post on social media. Spoilers: this conversation does not go the way he expected... In this episode: -Why would a person post a comment that is nothing but Scripture? -Social media encourages disagreement and misunderstand…
 
In today’s world, it is necessary for leaders to have a good understanding of technology and how it affects business. They also need to be able to connect with people on a human level so that they can understand what they're trying to do for them. And finally, they need to have humility because they're not always the loudest or best at communicatin…
 
If you are looking to learn more about how to be an effective leader in today's dynamic environment, much has to be considered including motivation, and consistency. In this episode, Curt explains how leadership development is so important today and how it's not just for the leaders in the organization. With how leadership is changing, we need to b…
 
Leaders need to be able to reflect on their past successes and failures in order to learn and grow. In this episode, I discuss how to make reflection a regular part of your leadership journey. We'll explore different ways to think about and approach reflection, as well as tools and tips for successfully implementing it into your leadership style. I…
 
Welcome to the table, Neighbor Pkarlgh! The Peaches had an epiphany this week regarding how important it is for the human body to have food. Isn't it crazy the way the sun rises every morning--and putting nutrients in your stomach can change your life? But let's remember: people are not just physical creatures. We have minds and souls as well. Late…
 
The number one question for companies to ask is, “What can we do for you?”. In today’s changing world, we need to adapt and understand the right ways to treat our teams to become effective leaders. Daniel Tolson adds that learning behavioral science and considering the needs of the employees are the way to becoming noteworthy leaders of this genera…
 
What’s the number one priority when it comes to leading? My guest, Patrick Touhey points out that the key is establishing good relationships. Leaders must realize the importance of working with people in harmony and this means understanding their demands and looking into the ways to make their lives at work more conducive to growth. When Patrick To…
 
Do you take a time out? Creating space to think is more important than imagined. Perhaps you are saying, “I don’t have time for that!” Well, the biggest gift you can give yourself is allowing yourself time off. Because if we do so, we allow ourselves to establish clarity and execute more effectively. In this episode, I present the dangers of keepin…
 
We're going to be totally honest about some stuff today, Neighbor! The Peaches still has been dealing with some emotional and psychological discomfort. (We would blame the thyroid if we could, but that's has been ruled out, so.... darn.) Sometimes, life's trials just FEEL more weighty than other times... Hang on, we have a quick interruption while …
 
Leaders create such a huge impact in the lives of the people they lead and those surrounding them. How do we create significant value? Ashleigh Wilson highlights that it is a big no to sacrifice people's dignity or well-being in order to achieve success. Instead, it helps to look at the value of the human being, establish connections, and provide f…
 
How do leaders navigate through change when it's so disruptive? Kurian M Tharakan, the author of The 7 Essential Stories Charismatic Leaders Tell, points out the power of telling stories and how leaders need to be aware of data and analytics in order to keep their customers safe and their employees thriving. Kurian M Tharakan is the founder of the …
 
What does it take to get the best out of people? Well, firstly, they must be in the right roles. How do we ensure that? The last couple of years and because of this pandemic, CEOs may be asking themselves if they are in the right business and if they have the right organizational structure for growth. It all boils down to the leadership structure. …
 
What do you think, Neighbor? Should John record another Dry Bar special? Either way, let's talk about why John keeps posting about Modesty on social media and triggering the "bossy" Feminists... We don't live in a Patriarchy anymore. So, when you discover certain words/topics you're not allowed to say, it's not a bad idea to keep your finger on tha…
 
It’s not enough to be the best at what you do. As a leader, you need to be the only one who does what you do! This is the idea that Roy Osing, the author of Be Different or Be Dead, lives by. Roy is a former president, CMO, and entrepreneur with over 40 years of successful and unmatched executive leadership experience in every aspect of a business.…
 
We live in a technology and data-driven world. Marcus Glowasz believes that leaders have a chance now to harness technology to make more informed decisions that supersede our biases and inspire others to do the same. Marcus is a project management coach and trainer, helping project leaders and teams to future-proof their ways of delivering and mana…
 
To be a great coach, you don’t have to have mentoring skills, but to be a great mentor, you need to have the ability to coach. What is the difference between coaching and mentoring? I get asked this question quite often, and I think the difference between the two is important to note to understand what somebody should be to you or what you should b…
 
Good to have you at the table, Neighbor Pkarlgh! If you have any tips for helping Collin grow an inch taller before the summer, please let us know. Now--let's talk about a book by Vishal Mangalwadi called "The Book that Made Your World: How the Bible Created the Soul of Western Civilization." There is a stark difference between the assumptions of E…
 
All the great leaders of 2022 are doing something game-changing that is driving success where others are not. Adam Strong is known as the ‘Game Changer.’ He is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, international speaker, and Founder of ‘The Game Changers Experience’ podcast. As a Former Elite Athlete that trained with Olympic and World Champions, he…
 
As a leader, you have a clear vision for the future; you rally the troops and pump them up… then what? Today, we will find out what a true visionary does with their team that sets everyone up for future success. Steve Fredlund spent 25 years in Fortune 500 companies, including Medtronic, 3M, Thrivent Financial, and Allianz. Steve’s 20 years of nonp…
 
Too many are jumping from one task to the next without taking the time out to reflect. It’s a recipe for failure when you don’t take stock and implement changes as you go. In this episode, I’m going to introduce the 3 x 3 Reflection Model. It’s all about asking yourself these 3 questions and reflecting on the answer. As simple as it seems, you’ll s…
 
Last week, the Peaches said "If you really believe a thing, it will lead to action. And the main thing stopping people from ACTING on their beliefs is fear/uncertainty." But... Pkarlgh sent an email with a possible exception involving masks at work, so we need to unpack this a bit more. Next: this entire winter has been full of health trials for th…
 
What would your organization look like if your whole team became just 1% better leaders? Negotiations, communications, leadership, career planning; do you have all these tools under your own belt? In this episode, Mark Herschberg, author of The Career Toolkit, will uncover the skill no one teaches. From tracking criminals and terrorists on the dark…
 
How do you drive a mindset of growth in your teams across the whole organization? During his 30-year tenure with Johnson & Johnson, Swami Raote earned a reputation as a trusted transformative growth leader across fast-moving consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices. Swami has delivered results through globalizing innovation, making stra…
 
Leadership is not easy. We have the microscope on us all the time while we navigate an increasingly changing world. The most significant changes we’re seeing are in technology and data in business. These days, it’s not good enough to stay where we are, we have to adapt to these changes. So, how do you lead in this area? In this episode, I will brea…
 
Welcome to the kitchen table of the Comedian Next Door, Neighbor Pkarlgh! We've taken away the video games and other screens, so the kids are playing ball in the house. John recently realized there aren't many people in the Church today who are willing to be as bold and confident as Paul. Why is that? Are people afraid to speak the truth?... or do …
 
What do you do when your courage gets dented? In leadership, we will inevitably face our worst fears, but there are mindsets we can adopt today that will make us “counter-phobic.” David Wood is no stranger to overcoming challenges himself, having survived a total collapse of his paraglider and a fractured spine, witnessing the death of his sister a…
 
What was done well in the past may not work that well today. We’re seeing this pattern repeatedly; it’s time for leaders to break the status quo and get curious again! Dr. Diane Hamilton is a nationally syndicated radio host, keynote speaker, and the former MBA Program Chair at the Forbes School of Business. She has authored multiple books required…
 
Over the course of the lockdowns, people everywhere have been upskilling and developing themselves. Now that people are starting to get back to their teams, how can we develop ourselves for the future? Let’s break down what developing yourself looks like for you and the 8 action steps I believe will help you reach your goals. On this episode: What …
 
Hi, Neighbor! The Peaches used to believe that every, single bad thing on the planet could be attributed to "selfishness." (And she still leans that direction.) But NOW she thinks absolutely every conflict boils down to a clash between the Truth and a lie. Lots and lots of people are really struggling to express themselves. We give two examples of …
 
Is what you're doing aligned with who you are and how you define success? Or are you chasing a dream someone else put in front of you? In this episode, Dr. Mrinalini Garv gives incredible insights that may change the trajectory of your career! Dr. Mrinalini Garv is America's career coach for South Asian professional women. She is a bestselling auth…
 
The only predictable thing of this era is unpredictability. With leaders everywhere facing curve ball after curve ball, what happens next? In this episode, Ira S. Wolfe provides some mind-opening insights! Ira S. Wolfe is what he calls a “Millennial trapped in a Baby Boomer’s body.” He’s also one of the Top 100 HR Influencers for 2021. He is the pr…
 
You’ve been working somewhere for years, seeing growth and failures alike, suddenly - there’s a new leader taking charge! What do you do? In the episode, I will address a question I get pretty frequently around what to do when you have a new leader. I believe, when you’re with a new circumstance like this, with the correct response, you can turn it…
 
It is NOT ok to tell confused people they are ok. I understand that it feels good to be the person speaking positive affirmations. However, it is much more important to speak truth than to say happy things. You are encouraging a person who’s thinking about stepping into a minefield. “It’s ok to not know where to step yet,” you say with a smile. “Ju…
 
It takes people believing in you for them to follow and buy into your vision. Dr. Sean Hall believes that without authenticity, people will never buy into that vision. Dr. Hall is the CEO and Founder of Medlab, an Australian-based company with a presence in the United States and the United Kingdom. Sean has also co-authored multiple patents and pub…
 
Everyone has a story to tell, and that story can free you to build relationships that create new opportunities and meaning in life! Shari Foos is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science in Narrative Medicine. As a sought-after expert on the subjects of relationships and mean…
 
Leaders are constantly under pressure, overwhelmed, and disrupted. They have to face different situations, make hard decisions, manage resources, be honest, support people, etc. The important question here is: As a leader, how do you react to those scenarios? What is going on in your mind? In this episode, I dive into the kind of leaders that might…
 
Natasha Miller isn’t your average CEO. She sits at the helm of Entire Productions, which has been an Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America for three years in a row! Natasha is the author of the soon-to-be-released book, Relentless: Homeless Teen to Achieving The Entrepreneur Dream. She also has an excellent background in music as a…
 
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