"If you don’t have a game plan around accountability as a leader you shouldn't even try"
In season 17 episode 3 we are joined by Todd Weiden. He is the head of Branch Transformation at SunTrust Bank. He has led teams and people for over 10 years with incredible results.
"When you set standards and you allow your people to choose to meet or exceed them you get an entirely different response."
In season 17 episode 2, John Eades and Mark Houston go through the 5 Leader Profiles of the Welder Leader Assessment to help you on your leadership journey.
“A leader shouldn’t just care about the job getting done but care about the person as a human being”
In season 17 episode 1 we are joined by Connie Hawkins. She is a master encourager and shares lessons about the power of encouragement you can't find anywhere else.
"The ability for a group of people to do remarkable things hinges on how well those people can pull together as a team."
In season 16 episode 8 John Eades covers teamwork and why it's so important to the success of any leader.
"I am SO busy!" Why do we feel the need to be busy all the time and what is our "busy bragging" really telling others about us? You'll be shocked to find out what people really think.
Hope you're not too busy to stick around for episode 9. See what we did there?
"Talented people are not attracted to empty core values, but rather the exercising of them."
In season 16 episode 7, John Eades covers some of the most important content ever covered on the show, 10 Tips to Effectively Lead a Team.
Chances are you've heard the term "work wife" or "work husband" thrown around the office. What implications of these work relationships? Are they harmless or is there something darker behind them we should worry about?
In episode 8 we discuss work spouses and explore whether they're helpful or harmful.
“If you feel unqualified and out of your element, that’s the job you should take. Follow your joy”
In season 16 episode 6 we are joined by Joanne Tate. She is an incredible leader who transformed schools and made an impact on students.