The WiLD Leadership Paradox with Dr Rob McKenna

Dr. Rob McKenna is the founder of WiLD Leaders, Inc, the WiLD Foundation, and author of Composed: The Heart and Science of Leading Under Pressure. What you can learn in this episode: Why vulnerability is essential for great leadership How “Whole and Intentional Leader Development” can help you The reason paradoxical leadership tension exists UnderstandingContinue reading “The WiLD Leadership Paradox with Dr Rob McKenna”

Leading with a Velvet Machete with Amber Hurdle

Amber Hurdle is the CEO of Amber Hurdle Consulting, a multi-award-winning talent optimization firm; she’s a speaker, author and podcast host of The Bombshell Business Podcast. In this episode, learn from amber About: How self-awareness can kick start your Brand refresh The “data’ parallels of global brands vs. personal and company brands How to sharpen yourContinue reading “Leading with a Velvet Machete with Amber Hurdle”

The Leadership Nomad with Kyle Hegarty

Kyle Hegarty is the founder and CEO of Leadership Nomad, he’s coach, speaker and a marketing expert also the author of The Accidental Business Nomad. In this episode we can learn about: How to lead in a shrinking world Invisible culture can trip us all up Local geographical cultural awareness is so key global successContinue reading “The Leadership Nomad with Kyle Hegarty”

Courageous Leadership with Ryan Berman

Ryan Berman is the founder of Courageous, the author of the book “Return on Courage”, a keynote speaker and host of The Courageous Podcast. In todays’ show we explore: Why courage is a prerequisite for leadership The definition of courage What’s common between all courageous leaders Understand your core values to assist in unlocking courage.Continue reading “Courageous Leadership with Ryan Berman”

The Art of Creative Leadership with Ceri Hand

Ceri Hand originally trained as an artist, she has extensive experience working with the arts and the culture sector at an executive level, and now coaches Creatives and Artists all over the world through her business, Artist Mentor. In this show you will learn from Ceri: The parallels exist between the art world and bigContinue reading “The Art of Creative Leadership with Ceri Hand”

Whirlpools and Swagger with Claire Chandler

Claire Chandler is the president and founder of Talent Boost, a business growth and strategic leadership advisor and also the Author of The Whirlpool Effect. You will learn from Claire in this show: How to create your leadership whirlpool How to discover your profitable swagger Why your “mission” is so important How to spot andContinue reading “Whirlpools and Swagger with Claire Chandler”

The Leadership Decade with Buddy Hobart

Buddy Hobart is the founder and President at Solutions 21; he’s an entrepreneur, speaker, and author of  Gen Y Now, Experience Matters, and just launched his latest book, “The Leadership Decade”. You can learn from Buddy: How our biases can prevent great leadership Why our new era of leadership may need new thinking Context andContinue reading “The Leadership Decade with Buddy Hobart”

Relentless Improvement with Preston Weekes

Preston Weekes is the Co-author of, “How To Be Up In Down Times” he’s a business builder, an entrepreneur and Chief Strategy Officer/ Co-founder of Operations X. We can learn this from Preston in today’s show: How your passion can become your career How outsourcing can support your virtual working even more Explore soul tips,Continue reading “Relentless Improvement with Preston Weekes”

Drive Your Career with Ed Evarts

Ed Evarts is a leadership and team coach, a strategist and author of “Raise your visibility and value” and his latest book, “Drive Your Career”. He is also the host of Be Brave at Work Podcast, in this episode, learn from Ed: Why leaders who have high self-awareness are more effective in connecting with others HowContinue reading “Drive Your Career with Ed Evarts”

Human Being not Human Doing! with Ben Renshaw

Ben Renshaw is a thought leader who specialises in purpose led cultures; he is a speaker and author of nine books – the latest is called “Being” – what you can learn from Ben in this episode: The concept of “Being” – shifting from humans doing to human being. The six principles of “Being” WhyContinue reading “Human Being not Human Doing! with Ben Renshaw”