Leadership Development News podcast

Leadership Development News

Dr. Cathy Greenberg and Dr. Relly Nadler

Leadership Development News: Provides listeners with practical, actionable insights on how to be and how to develop dynamic, effective leaders. Leadership is a vital skill set in this competitive global economy. Yet many of today’s most influential leaders still aren’t optimizing their skills and performance. Drs. Greenberg and Nadler know from extensive experience working with those at the top tiers of business and society how to coach good leaders to become great leaders and how to develop leadership skills among existing employees. Show topics will include work-life balance, the power of happiness, emotional intelligence, managing gender differences, recruitment and training, and self management. Small changes inspired by Drs. Greenberg and Nadler will make big differences in your leadership and your success. Tune in each Monday at 9 AM Pacific to Leadership Development News on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

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    Encore Steps to be Emotionally Brilliant in 2021

    55:40

    This show will explore how your hope, inspiration, acceptance, goals, and habits can help you navigate this uncertain future. How did you successfully get through 2020? Who are you grateful for? What are the key learnings for you? What steps do you need to take to be Emotionally Brilliant in 2021? How do you set realistic expectations for 2021 and sustain them? How do deal with your copious and intense emotions generated from the losses and uncertainties from the pandemic, divisive politics, and racial inequities? Being emotionally brilliant is pulling out of your bag of tricks the right response for you to get the right results for each particular situation. Drs. Greenberg and Nadler have helped thousands of leaders to be their best version of themselves. You can go to their website for free tools and resources to be more emotionally brilliant. www.eblifebook.com
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    Encore "Is Brain Drain Real?" with Dr. Zeina Ghossoub El-Aswad

    53:24

    Given so many Covid calls, Zoom meetings, and screen watching, it's no wonder we are all suffering from brain fog. Zeina Ghossoub El-Aswad, Ph.D., will join us on today's show to talk about truly nourishing our bodies for the best brain before it's drained. Dr. Zeina Ghossoub El-Aswad, PhD in behavior and counseling, is a wellness and leadership coach and the president of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Chartered Chapter Lebanon. She is also a clinical dietitian and the founder and CEO of VieSaine, a wellness, leadership, and coaching center in Beirut, Lebanon. Zeina also practices Life, Wellness, and Leadership coaching in the U.S.A where she is a Partner and Chief Wellness Officer of her Coaching and Consulting company, Vital Signs Vital Skills (VSVS). As a professional certified coach, she has been coaching for over 16 years. Dr. Ghossoub El-Aswad has created a unique concept in wellness and health that targets individuals, families, corporations, and businesses on a personal and professional level. She has created a unique corporate Leadership Development Program, an integrated leadership, and wellness program that targets organizations and businesses throughout all levels of management and employees. She is the co-author of multiple best-selling books; she has lectured about coaching and wellness and dietetics throughout the Middle East and the continental USA. She has been and continues to be a pioneer in her respective fields where she develops research and applies up-to-date protocols and approaches. Her work has recently earned her the Middle East Woman Leader’s Award from the World Women Leadership.
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    Pulse Night Club - One Officer's Experience with EI

    53:56

    Raul Rivas grew up in the Orlando area. After graduating high school, he attended college and obtained an Associate Degree in business. Raul then enlisted in the Army Reserve and served overseas during Desert Storm. Raul was sworn into the Orlando Police Department in 1992. He was first assigned to midnight patrol. Then he had stints on the bicycle squad and gang unit, before moving on to a multi-agency undercover drug task force named the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation (MBI). Raul was a field training officer and developed an interest in investigations and SWAT. Raul spent 12 years in the robbery unit with cross sworn duties with FBI Safe Streets and ATF Violent Crimes task forces. At the same time, Raul was an assault team member on the SWAT team. Raul moved to the Fugitive Investigations unit and was cross sworn with the U.S.Marshal's. Raul has received numerous awards and accolades to include the Award of Valor, Field Training Officer of the Year, and SWAT Operator of the Year, and Florida Governors Award. Raul currently sits on the Florida SWAT Association, SWAT Roundup International committee. Raul Rivas served 18 yrs with the SWAT team and served as an Assistant Team Leader. Raul was one of the SWAT team members involved during the Pulse night club incident shooting in Orlando, Florida. Raul received an Award of Valor for his actions and involvement in the Pulse Incident. Raul retired from the Orlando Police department in 2019.
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    Encore Are You a Leader Worth Following?

    53:53

    Tim Spiker is the founder of The Aperio and the Who* Not What Principle, a profound research-based truth that has powered 15 years of leadership development success. Tim’s book, The Only Leaders Worth* Following, reveals that 77% of leadership effectiveness comes from who a leader is and not what they do. Using this principle, Tim helps people become, be, and stay leaders who are actually worth following. In short, it means becoming Inwardly Sound and Others Focused. Who our leaders are, rather than what they do, ultimately determines if we will follow them over the long haul. Tim’s work includes delivering keynote talks, creating unique and customized learning experiences, and guiding long-term development journeys. Tim has worked with leadership teams in North America, Australia, and Asia. He currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife and four children. You can find more about Tim at: https://www.theaperio.com/tim-spiker
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    Tolerance of High IQ/Low EQ Staff is Crippling Technical Industry

    54:55

    Christian Espinosa is the bestselling author of “The Smartest Person in the Room”, an entrepreneur, the founder of Alpine Security, a white hat hacker, certified high-performance coach, professor, and lover of heavy metal music and spicy food. He’s also an Air Force veteran and Ironman triathlete. He used to value being the “smartest person in the room,” only to realize that his greatest contribution to humanity, leadership and the fight against cybercrime is his ability to bring awareness and solutions to challenges associated with high IQ/low EQ people. Christian is a speaker, coach, and trainer in the Secure Methodology, helping to make the smartest people in the room the best leaders in the field. [email protected] www.christianespinosa.com
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    Vertical Development: How to Upgrade Your Operating System

    53:59

    Ryan Gottfredson, Ph.D. is a cutting-edge leadership development author, researcher, and consultant. He helps organizations vertically develop their leaders primarily through a focus on mindsets. Ryan is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author of Success Mindsets: The Key to Unlocking Greater Success in Your Life, Work, & Leadership. He is also a leadership professor at the College of Business and Economics at California State University-Fullerton. Vertical development is enhancing our ability to make meaning of our world in more cognitively and emotionally sophisticated ways. The concept comes with two assumptions: 1. People vary in their cognitive and emotional sophistication 2. Those with higher altitudes of cognitive and emotional sophistication will navigate life more effectively, be better leaders, and be more positive influences within their sphere of influence. There are different levels or altitudes or levels of vertical development/cognitive and emotional sophistication. I call them Mind 1.0, Mind 2.0, and Mind 3.0. Each serves as our internal operating system that causes us to focus on different goals and needs as follows: Mind 1.0 – Focused on safety, comfort, and belonging; Mind 2.0 – Focused on standing out, getting ahead, and winning; Mind 3.0 – Focused on contributing and adding value. Understanding this should leave us with two questions: 1. How do I elevate vertically? (i.e., How do I become more cognitively and emotionally sophisticated, with particular interest in Mind 3.0) 2. Because we have elements of all three mind levels within us, we also need to ask: How do I spend a higher percentage of my time in Mind 3.0? Find out more about Ryan at https://ryangottfredson.com/
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    Mastering Your Balance with Bill Leider

    51:31

    Bill Leider is a seasoned, highly respected executive leader, advisor, and consultant. He is the co-founder and managing partner of Axies Group, a consulting company. He works with growth-minded leaders and organizations that want to propel their performance from acceptable to exceptional. His more than 35 years of experience include being the CEO of both publicly traded and privately-owned companies and advising and consulting to companies ranging from ambitious start-ups to Fortune 500s in a wide variety of industries. He and his partner, Jason Thompson, have recently published their book (released in March 2021), “Mastering Your Balance – a guide to leading and living at your full potential.” It ranked #1 on Amazon for new releases. Bill also serves as the Vice President of the governing board of INI (Institute of Neuro Innovation), a neuroscience research organization involved in improving brain health in the area of depression. He is a regular lecturer at the Sol Price School of Public Policy at USC, where he lectures in leadership in a class in counterterrorism as a required part of the master’s degree program.
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    Encore Motivation to be Your Best

    55:14

    The pandemic has changed our work world and has presented overwhelming challenges for leaders to be understanding, visionary, empathic and motivate a diverse workforce and stay focused themselves.More employers plan to add remote work options, too, with increased empathy for workers’ daily challenges. All told, major changes are here to stay, and employers think the future looks brighter. In fact, over one-fourth (27%) plan to hire at higher volumes than before the pandemic. So motivating yourself and the people you lead are critical for leaders. How do you do it? What do you focus on? Which competencies are most important to improve? We will share research on motivation that helps you and your direct report to be their best. Employees who feel their voice is heard at work are 4.6 times more likely to feel empowered to perform their best work (Salesforce). Go to www.eblifebook.com/academy for your free white paper template and more information.
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    Encore Leading with Gratitude - Chester Elton

    53:02

    After surveying more than one million employees at a wide range of companies, New York Times bestselling authors Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton found that gratitude—when done right—is the easiest, fastest, cheapest way that managers can boost performance and employee engagement. Yet it’s also one of the most misunderstood and misapplied skills in business. Gostick and Elton solve the mystery of this “gratitude gap” in their new book LEADING WITH GRATITUDE: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results (March 3, 2020; HarperBusiness). Their research shows that very few bosses intentionally bully. The problem is usually misperception or lack of awareness. These leaders have no idea how hard their people work, what challenges they face, or how much they would benefit from sincere and explicit gratitude. They also don’t know how to show gratitude effectively or sincerely.
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    Encore Leaders as Coaches with Ed Nottingham

    58:25

    Ed Nottingham, Ph. D. (M. S. & Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology, Va Tech) is a licensed psychologist in Tennessee (Health Service Provider) and Mississippi (Clinical Psychologist). After 26 successful years as an independent practitioner in clinical psychology, Ed decided to move from private practice to corporate America. Since 2003, he has worked for large corporations in different positions including leadership consultant/trainer, learning and development partner, HR Advisor, and Leadership Coach. His current position in a Fortune 100 company (HR Project Manager) focuses on helping leaders be more “coach like,” develop a coaching culture and providing programs and workshops for leaders and team members designed to help build emotional intelligence (EI/EQ).

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