The Leadership Antidote Podcast podcast

The Leadership Antidote Podcast

Dr. Kim Hires

Decades old leadership principles don't work with today’s workforce and economy. What if Leaders relied on imagination and innovation instead of memory? This podcast shows listeners new ways of leading by interviewing Leaders from all over the world in every industry. Join Host, Dr. Kim Hires, each week to shake things up and create new leadership mindsets. Dr. Kim is a PhD, CEO, Leadership Burnout Coach, Speaker, and Author based in Atlanta, Georgia.

44 épisodes

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    Episode 44 Mindset Monday: "The Past No Longer Exists..."

    7:07

    We are back with another powerful antidote to Sunday Scaries! We are starting off another Monday with mindsets, affirmations, and strategies to have a great week. This is the final episode in our Time Series.  Affirmation: The past no longer exists. I cannot be in the future. All I have is the present. To purchase Dr. Kim's latest book, The Leadership Innovation Manifesto, visit https://drkimhires.com/index.php/leader-development/ To access Dr. Kim's newest online course, Stop Hating Your Mondays, visit https://drkimsleadershipantidoteacademy.thinkific.com/courses/StopHatingYourMondays
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    Episode 43 Mindset Monday: "My Peace Does Not Require Permission..."

    10:40

    We are back with another powerful Mindset Monday! We are starting off another Monday with mindsets, affirmations, and strategies to have a great week. This week, we are continuing with our focus on TIME! Affirmation: My peace does not require permission. My peace takes priority.  To purchase Dr. Kim's latest book, The Leadership Innovation Manifesto, visit https://drkimhires.com/index.php/leader-development/ To access Dr. Kim's newest online course, Stop Hating Your Mondays, visit https://drkimsleadershipantidoteacademy.thinkific.com/courses/StopHatingYourMondays
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    Episode 42 Mindset Monday: "I Decide How I Spend My Time"

    8:50

    We are trying something new! Most heart attacks occur on a Monday. What if we started off each Monday with mindsets, affirmations, and strategies to have a great week. This week, we are focusing on TIME!  Affirmation: I decide how I spend my time.  To purchase Dr. Kim's latest book, The Leadership Innovation Manifesto, visit https://drkimhires.com/index.php/leader-development/ To access Dr. Kim's newest online course, Stop Hating Your Mondays, visit https://drkimsleadershipantidoteacademy.thinkific.com/courses/StopHatingYourMondays
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    Episode 41: We're Back

    11:26

    Where have we been? What have been doing? What's next? Like many of you, we were navigating the disruption of the pandemic. Life still hasn't returned to normal. How are we navigating business and life? What lessons did we learn? Listen for quick update from Dr. Kim.  To purchase a copy Dr. Kim's latest book, The Leadership Innovation Manifesto visit https://drkimhires.com/index.php/leader-development/  For Dr. Kim's current online course visit https://drkimsleadershipantidoteacademy.thinkific.com/courses/StopHatingYourMondays
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    Episode 40: Why Don't They Stay?

    1:02:40

    On the heels of the release of Google's attrition index report, Dr. Nikole Hannah-Jones decline of UNC-Chapel Hill's tenure offer, and so much more. Let's have a real conversation about DEI initiatives, recruitment and retention. In this episode, Dr. Kim chats with Dr. Monica Cox. What's the relationship between separation, grief, decency and DEI? Listen to learn more and hear the honest truth about why WE don't stay. About Dr. Monica Cox: Dr. Cox is a Professor of Engineering Education at the Ohio State University. She was the first African-American woman to earn tenure in engineering at Purdue University. In 2008, she won the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. She is the CEO of STEMinant, LLC, a brand that houses a variety of STEM education offerings. Dr. Cox is a public speaker, author, and change agent committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion to drive excellence in the workplace. For more on Dr. Cox, visit here website here: https://www.drmonicacox.com/about 
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    Episode 39: Crush Your Career with Dee Ann Turner

    37:08

    If you had the opportunity to pick the brain of a VP of Talent, what would you want to know? Well, you get to do just that in this episode with Mrs. Dee Ann Turner. Mrs. Turner is a 33 year veteran with Chick-fil-A and the organization's first female officer. In this episode with Dr. Kim, the two dive into How to distinguish a job from a calling Shifts in employment trends The new first 90 days And more... About Dee Ann Turner: Dee Ann Turner is a 33 year veteran of Chick-fil-A, Inc. Prior to retirement in 2018, she was VP, Talent and VP, Sustainability for Chick-Fil-A, Inc. Selected as the company's first female officer in 2001, she was instrumental in building and growing Chick-Fil-A's well known culture and talent systems. Today, she leaders her own organization, Dee Ann Turner & Associates, LLC, writing books, speaking to over 50 audiences per year and consulting and coaching leaders globally. To learn more about Mrs. Turner, visit https://www.deeannturner.com/. 
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    Episode 38: Follow Every Adventure w/ Dr. Marisa Porges

    29:24

    Globally, women are more educated today than at any point in history, but are still not as educated as men.  The education gap is closing and it's fair to say that the "future is female." Organizations who will survive the post COVID era need to revise their approach to leadership and tap into the unique talents and perspectives women bring to every situation. How can we prepare women to authentically step into leadership? Dr. Kim tackles that question with Dr. Marisa Porges. The two discuss  How to cultivate resiliency in everyday moments with tactical strategy; What to do when the unexpected happens; the challenge women face with giving themselves permission to evolve; The truths about juggling motherhood and careers;  and more... Dr. Porges is s known for her work on gender and education, leadership, and national security and is the author of What Girls Need: How to Raise Bold, Courageous, and Resilient Women (Viking Press, 2020). Dr. Porges started her career on active duty in the U.S. Navy, flying jets off carriers as a naval flight officer on EA-6B Prowlers. She earned a B.A. in geophysics from Harvard, an MSc from the London School of Economics, and a PhD in war studies from King’s College London. She is currently the eighth Head of School of The Baldwin School, a 130-year-old all-girls school outside of Philadelphia, that is renowned for academic excellence and preparing girls to be leaders and changemakers. Prior to joining Baldwin, Dr. Porges was a leading counterterrorism and national security expert. Most recently, she served in the Obama White House as a senior policy advisor and White House Fellow at the National Economic Council, where she oversaw the development of domestic cybersecurity and consumer protection policies. In her roles, it was not uncommon for Dr. Porges to be one of a few – if not the only – women present, at any given time. Her awards include the National Committee on American Foreign Policy 21st Century Leader Award and the NATO Medal for service in Afghanistan. She lives outside of Philadelphia, with her family. Contact Dr. Porges at http://marisaporges.com/ 
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    Episode 37: A Collective Disaster Response Curve & Resignations

    18:17

    It's the start of a new year and we have yet to round the curve on the COVID pandemic. What can the Collective Disaster Response Curve tell Leaders? In the first episode of 2021, Dr. Kim explains why employees will underperform right now and why Leaders need to be prepared for an imminent wave of talent loss this year. 
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    Episode 36: Leaders and Accountability Partners

    7:57

    In this episode, Dr. Kim shares why good Leaders need Accountability Partners to stay whole. She even gives Listeners are powerful exercise in finding balance during the holiday season. 
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    Episode 35: Mindfulness with Sue Shibley

    36:10

    The holidays can be joyful but for many it can be a stressful time.  For Leaders, the holidays can be stressful during normal times.  The current stress Leaders are facing at the end of this fiscal year is unprecedented. Some hard decisions have been made and news will break over the next 30 days. How do Leaders anchor themselves during such turbulent times? The answer is surprisingly simple. In this episode, Dr. Kim speaks with Sue Shibley. Sue Shibley is a Mindfulness, Wellness and Somatic Life Coach who helps others to live their Purpose, and realize the gifts they bring to the world. About Sue: Sue Shibley is a Mindfulness, Wellness and Somatic Life Coach, known for her compassion and understanding in building a deep and trusting relationship with her clients.  Sue was born in Ontario Canada.  She attended the University of Western Ontario Canada, where she met her husband of close to forty years.  Together they built successful businesses in The Turks and Caicos Islands, and Dallas, Texas.  More of Sue’s international experience began when her husband, Brian, was offered an opportunity in Dubai, UAE.  Embracing the culture and acting as ambassador to other Ex-patriots, Sue became The Parent Liaison at the Five-Star, State of the Art GEMS World Academy, International Baccalaureate School.  Her position quickly grew to overseeing the Front Office Office Operations and School Registration.  When the school opened in August 2008, she and her team had successfully enrolled 450 students, representing 60 countries from around the world. In 2012 Sue became a certified True Colors Facilitator, which gave her the opportunity to coach schools and business leaders to better understand personality traits, and be more effective in their communication skills and improve team cooperation. In 2016 she began studies at The Mindfulness Coaching School where she gained Mindfulness, Somatic and Wellness Coaching knowledge and tools which lead to her lifestyle change of incorporating Mindfulness and Meditation into a daily practice.  In the winter of 2019 she obtained her Associate Coaching Certificate on the path to receiving her Professional Coaching Certificate, and will receive her Mindfulness, Somatic and Wellness Coach Certificate at the end of November 2020.  Sue currently lives in Dallas, Texas, coaching clients remotely in countries all over the world, eagerly building her Coaching business and supporting her colleagues. To connect with Sue visit http://sueshibley.com 

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