Episode 99: Dang Good Leadership Advice with Children’s Hospital CEO Jena Hausmann - Rebroadcast
33:12Sometimes interviews are so good you have to share them twice. This week on The Relevant Leadership Podcast, I'm re-sharing my interview with Jena Hausmann, President and CEO of Colorado Children’s Hospital. I originally titled this episode Dang Good Leadership Advice and I'm sticking with it. Jena Hausmann is the President and CEO of Children’s Hospital in Colorado, one of the leading children’s hospitals in the world. Jena is a tremendous leader and an even better person. As I listened back to this interview I thought, “This is dang good leadership advice!” Jena shares her knowledge on women in leadership, being aware of the culture you are creating, the importance of being authentic in leadership, how important failure can be and much more. Find our more about Jena at https://www.childrenscolorado.org/about/news/2015/april-2015/jena-hausmann-ceo/
Episode 98: The Four Commitments of a Winning Team with Former NBA All-Star Mark Eaton - Rebroadcast
41:46Last week we lost my good friend, Mark Eaton, suddenly. He was a great man, husband, speaker, author & athlete. To honor him I wanted to reshare my podcast interview with Mark. Mark has an amazing story of grit and scrappiness that got him to the NBA and fueled a career as a speaker and the author of Four Commitments of A Winning Team. We talked basketball, teamwork and what it takes to be an all star in whatever you do.
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Episode 97: Mental Health in the Workplace with Jennifer Dobberfuhl-Quinlan & David Macfarlane
31:53On this episode, I’m talking to two therapists - Jennifer Dobberfuhl-Quinlan & David Macfarlane. This is an important conversation and, this month being Mental Health Awareness Month, I hope it creates more conversations about the mental health of those around you. Learn more about what Jennifer and David do at https://www.hoperecoveryandhealing.com/
Episode 95: I Love It Here with Clint Pulver
28:47Clint Pulver is an Emmy Award-winning keynote speaker, author, musician, and workforce expert. His new book, I Love It Here hit number one on Amazon and Clint and I talk all things connecting with people and creating a work environment that your employees don’t want to leave. Get your copy at https://clintpulver.com/book/
Episode 94: The Art of Caring Leadership with Heather Younger
24:06Speaker, author and thought leader, Heather Younger and I discuss her new book, The Art of Caring Leadership. This book lays down exactly what we need from leaders, especially right now given the current circumstances of the world. Heather beautifully explains how leading with heart fosters productivity, customer satisfaction and employee engagement. Get your copy at http://theartofcaringleadership.com/
Episode 92: Validation with Sarah Bennett and Julie Lee
32:48This episode is fun because my wife, Sarah, and I are being interviewed by speaker, author, podcaster and connection expert, Julie Lee. We discuss empathy, validation and several ways to win with people! Check it out. You can learn more about Julie at www.julieleespeaks.com
Episode 91: Trusted Leader with David Horsager
36:42I’m talking with NY Times bestselling author David Horsager about his new book, Trusted Leader, and the role trust plays in being a relevant leader. This episode kicks off my series, Winning With People, and David drops some bombs on how to gain and keep trust. A must listen for anyone that values their role as a leader. Learn more about David and Trusted Leader at www.trustedleaderbook.com/
Episode 90: The Key To Achieving Any Goal
21:40Ty Bennett (successful entrepreneur, bestselling author & keynote speaker) shares the key to achieving any goal, business or otherwise. Ty shares the four levels of the commitment scale that will help you realize those lofty goals you have for yourself. Whether you’re setting new goals or working on old ones, don’t sell yourself short, listen and implement these tactics and see what you can do!