When you talk about your “brand,” what comes to mind? A logo or website is important, but a brand is much more than that. Today’s guest shares how leadership at The North Face created a culture where the DNA of the company truly became the brand. You’ll learn strategies and be inspired by stories that will help you lead with a culture of customer service and quality.
The COVID-19 pandemic has engulfed the world, and NYC is the epicenter of the crisis. On this special bonus episode, ER Nurse and playwright Michael Merritt shares his experience on the front lines of the battle. Prepare to be moved and learn how to be safe and healthy during this unprecedented situation.
How does an effective leader manage relationships and deal with their team members? Today’s guest reveals her approach to influencing people: by becoming a nurturing leader. You’ll learn why this approach is so effective, as well as practical ways to nurture and lead your team.
By nature of their position, leaders are always communicating, talking, and presenting. Those are important skills, but today’s guest will remind us of another critical skill for leaders: listening. You’ll learn how to ask question, engage, and listen so you can become a more effective leader to those around you.
Have you struggled with knowing how to connect with an audience and share your message when making media appearances? Today’s guest shares PR secrets from her vast expertise as a top media coach. You’ll learn how to communicate more clearly and add more value to people’s lives with your message.
Do you need a title to be a leader? You probably already realize the answer is “no.” If so, then what DOES it take to be a great leader? Today’s guest reveals powerful principles for that anyone—no matter what their position—can use to influence and lead others in a greater way.
What is the core of leadership? Is it power? Titles? Position? Today’s guest shares the counter-intuitive perspective that leadership begins with courageous authenticity. You’ll learn how to become a more effective leader by focusing on the “inner game” of leadership and becoming more vulnerable and transparent.