Chris is joined by Robin Blanchard, author, speaker, and executive coach. The discussion focuses on Servant Leadership, the importance becoming a Servant Leader, and common misconceptions of this leadership style. Robin also overviews the topic of Situational Self Leadership. What is Situational Self Leadership? Hit play and join the discussion.
We are honored to have Lynn Sheurell. She is internationally known for her ability to accelerate clarity for entrepreneurs who want productive and profitable results. As a business strategist, she translates her clients’ challenges and opportunities into inspired action to live and work beyond the bounds of reason, break through inertia and generate fresh results.
In this episode, we are joined by 4 time Tedx participant, and World Class Speaker Bobby Umar. Bobby breaks down the process of developing, and preparing for delivery of a world class presentation. Bobby shares his experience on topic development, preparing for the lecture, combating stage fright, and how to engage your audience. This is a great opportunity for you to pick up some valuable tips from an experienced speaker.
Part 4 of our episode outlining the virtues of Ethical Leadership. We are once again joined by our resident Ethical Leadership Expert Dr. Charles “Chad” Weinstein, as he outlines how clarity fits into being a focused Ethical Leader. Chad answers questions on:
- What happens when personal values conflict with organizational values in conflict?
- The best ways to grow ethical clarity
- Connecting the past 4 virtues to build your ethical leadership toolbox.
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In this episode we are joined by the Serial Salesman himself, Steve Nudelberg. Steve outlines the definition of a good sales meeting, he answers the question what is the biggest misconception in the sales arena, and the tips in building a business relationship. Steve also talks about his upcoming book Confessions of a Serial Salesman, Rules of Engagement. This outlines 27 Rules for Leaders and Influencers to help you obtain measurable success in no time.
In this episode we are joined by our new Vice President of Marketing and Sales Debbie Self. Debbie shares her 30 years of sales experience answering such questions as; what are the biggest challenges in training a sales force, she shares the biggest misconceptions sales people have about customers, and what skills a successful sales person needs to possess. Join the discussion.
In this edition of the Ultimate Leadership Podcast Chris is joined by our ethical leadership expert Dr. Charles (Chad) Weinstein. Chad shares part III of his Ethical Leadership framework discussing Creativity. In this episode Chad shares with us; the definition of creativity, why creativity is necessary virtue for ethical leaders, discusses ways to increase your creativity, and shares some stories of being creative.
In this episode Chris is joined by New York Times Best Selling Author, and TEDx Speaker Tammy Kling. Tammy shares her expertise on the best ways to “Build your Legacy”. Tammy outlines for you ways to believe in yourself, change old patterns of how you think, and taking responsibility for your personal leadership. Tammy also gives us an overview of her inspirational TEDx talk, Words are Currency. 2017 Just started use it to define and build your legacy.
In this episode Chris is joined by resident media expert Sheryl Plouffe. Sheryl shares her experience as a TV on air personality to give us those inside secrets that lead to authentic communication. Is there such a thing as authentic communication? Do you need to use a script? What happens if you make a mistake? Join us for the answers to these questions and many more.
In this edition of the Ultimate Leadership Podcast Chris is joined by our ethical leadership expert Dr. Charles (Chad) Weinstein. Chad shares his Ethical Leadership framework specifically the importance of developing competence. We touch on the topic of; What is competence, what are the features of practical wisdom, breaking down the barriers of developing competence and what role making mistakes play into developing competence? Join us for this great discussion.