Today on the Leadership Vision Podcast, Brian and Nathan ask how your education, experience, expertise, and environment have shaped your emotional connection to others and ultimately your ability to lead. Enjoy!
In this episode, we take a simple idea, attach it to a story, and ask you to reflect as it relates to your own leadership context. This leadership thought came to me on a morning run, and it has to do with stepping back and examining, or re-examining, everything at your disposal when faced with a problem you can’t figure out. Enjoy!
Today on the podcast, Brian and Nathan discuss the article, 5 Things Ever Leader Should Give Their Team in 2020, by Mike Myatt. We summarize each point, then offer our take on them through our Strengths-Based Lens. Listen now!
Today on the Leadership Vision Podcast, we are talking about leadership narrative and the importance of using your life’s collective experiences and story to shape and inform who you are as a leader today. Brian Schubring and I will be talking about the ways in which our stories have a shaping influence on how we lead and influence in our current context. Listen now!
On this episode of the podcast, Brian Schubring and I talk about what it takes to reach that next level of leadership fitness. We call it becoming Leadership Lean. During this time of year, January, many people—maybe even you—set goals, especially those involving fitness and other health-related pursuits. This could be exercising, eating better, trying to accomplish a specific achievement or milestone, or perhaps, just trying to incorporate more movement into your daily life. Whatever your goals, they all involve disciplined learning and unlearning of certain behaviors. This is true of anything you want to be better at, be it parenting, podcasting, or the pursuit of your lofty goals. We need to move beyond the space we’re currently in and move into an area that’s a little scary. In this episode, we explore and unpack what it takes to become Leadership Lean. Brian shares his four L model which includes Listening, Leaning, Learning, and Leading.