Leadership Development News

Dr. Cathy Greenberg and Dr. Relly Nadler

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Leadership Development News: Provides listeners with practical, actionable insights on how to be and how to develop dynamic, effective leaders. Leadership is a vital skill set in this competitive global economy. Yet many of today’s most influential leaders still aren’t optimizing their skills and performance. Drs. Greenberg and Nadler know from extensive experience working with those at the top tiers of business and society how to coach good leaders to become great leaders and how to develop leadership skills among existing employees. Show topics will include work-life balance, the power of happiness, emotional intelligence, managing gender differences, recruitment and training, and self management. Small changes inspired by Drs. Greenberg and Nadler will make big differences in your leadership and your success. Tune in each Monday at 9 AM Pacific to Leadership Development News on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

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Encore Coaching the Leader's Brain

Joseph O’Connor is an author, International Executive Coach, Coach Trainer, Founder of the Neuroscience Coaching Centre. His Key Focus is Helping coaches, executives, managers, and other professionals to be more successful in work and happier in life. Joseph is also the co-founder of the International Coaching Community (ICC), and one of the best known and respected coaches and coach trainers in the world. Joseph was a professional musician where it is clear that success is much more than just being good at what you do. You had to give your best at the right moment. Author of nineteen books in thirty languages on coaching, training, and neuroscience that have sold half a million copies worldwide. He follows his two great interests, giving coaching training and courses on creative nonfiction writing. Beyond his writing and coaching work, Joseph enjoys enlightening audiences with fascinating insights about how our brains actually work as opposed to how we hope they do. More info at: https://www.coachingthebrain.com

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Aug 08
Managing Our Minds Before We Manage People

Studies have found that 40-60% of high-performing employees fail or underperform when appointed as managers within their first two years on the job. Such situations are This is costly for both the managers as well as the organizations that lose talent and productivity. The cause of this high rate of failure is due to the vast majority of new managers never receiving the leadership training they desperately need to succeed in their role. Ramona Shaw runs The Leadership Accelerator, a 12-week program that coaches first-time managers to become confident and competent leaders who deliver results and who people love to work with. She has helped hundreds of new managers at startups and leading companies — including Google, Twitch, Asana, Lionsgate, and Dropbox — successfully transition into leadership roles. Before becoming a leadership coach, Ramona worked at Partners Group, a global private markets firm with $127B in assets under management and over 1,500 professionals across 20 offices worldwide. At the firm, Ramona moved from a Junior Financial Analyst to Vice President in under six years

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Aug 01
Encore: Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology

Sue Langley is CEO and Founder of the Langley Group, and travels the globe engaging people from all walks of life. Her ability to energize teams for change, develop resilience and well-being in others, and to inspire leaders to be the best they can be, makes her one of the most sought-after speakers in her field. Sue has worked with thousands of business leaders, HR professionals, managers and consultants to help them learn how to harness the brain's potential, create positive workplace cultures and increase performance and productivity. Sue specializes in the practical applications of neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology, synthesizing the science and research into simple, practical tools that anyone can use.

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Jul 25
Tolerance of High IQ/Low EQ Staff is Crippling Technical Industry

Christian Espinosa is the bestselling author of “The Smartest Person in the Room”, an entrepreneur, the founder of Alpine Security, a white hat hacker, certified high-performance coach, professor, and lover of heavy metal music and spicy food. He’s also an Air Force veteran and Ironman triathlete. He used to value being the “smartest person in the room,” only to realize that his greatest contribution to humanity, leadership and the fight against cybercrime is his ability to bring awareness and solutions to challenges associated with high IQ/low EQ people. Christian is a speaker, coach, and trainer in the Secure Methodology, helping to make the smartest people in the room the best leaders in the field. christian@christianespinosa.com www.christianespinosa.com

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Jul 18
Sally Helgesen: Rise Together

Sally Helgesen, cited in Forbes as the world’s premier expert on women’s leadership, is an internationally best-selling author, speaker, and leadership coach. She has been named by Thinker’s 50 as one of the world’s top 50 coaches and the number one coach for women and is ranked number 5 among the world’s thought leaders by Global Gurus. Sally’s most recent book, How Women Rise, co-authored with Marshall Goldsmith, examines the behaviors most likely to get in the way of successful women. It became the top-seller in its field within a week of publication and rights have been sold in 19 languages. Hear the 12 behaviors that keep women stuck. Sally’s next book, Rising Together: How We Can Bridge Divides and Create a More Inclusive Workplace, will be published in February 2023. Previous books include The Female Advantage: Women’s Ways of Leadership, Female Vision: Women’s Real Power at Work, and The Web of Inclusion: A New Architecture for Building Great Organizations, which is credited with bringing the language of inclusion into business. For over 30 years, Sally has delivered leadership workshops and keynotes for companies, partnership firms, and associations around the world.

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Jul 11
Encore Leading with Gratitude - Chester Elton

After surveying more than one million employees at a wide range of companies, New York Times bestselling authors Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton found that gratitude—when done right—is the easiest, fastest, cheapest way that managers can boost performance and employee engagement. Yet it’s also one of the most misunderstood and misapplied skills in business. Gostick and Elton solve the mystery of this “gratitude gap” in their new book LEADING WITH GRATITUDE: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results (March 3, 2020; HarperBusiness). Their research shows that very few bosses intentionally bully. The problem is usually misperception or lack of awareness. These leaders have no idea how hard their people work, what challenges they face, or how much they would benefit from sincere and explicit gratitude. They also don’t know how to show gratitude effectively or sincerely.

53m
Jul 04
Encore Vulnerable Leadership with Lisa Marie Platske

An award-winning leadership expert in human behavior, Lisa Marie Platske has received accolades from the White House, the United States Small Business Administration, and The International Alliance for Women, recognized as one of the top 100 women making a difference in the world. She left her Federal law enforcement career to be the CEO of an international leadership development company, Upside Thinking, Inc. Lisa Marie delivers presentations worldwide sharing research on how vulnerability and forgiveness are critical to exceptional leadership as well as her proven 7-step leadership model centered on connection, positioning, and executive presence. An international best-selling author in 5 countries, Lisa Marie has written or co-authored 7 books. She has trained or coached over 100,000 leaders around the globe since 2005 to be the most optimal version of who they’re designed to be in order to make a bigger positive impact on the planet. www.upsidethinking.com

1h 0m
Jun 27
Getting You and Your Team Disruption-Ready

Tony Martignetti is a trusted advisor, coach, experience creator, author, podcast host, and speaker. He brings together over 25 years of business and management experience, formal training, and extreme curiosity to elevate leaders and equip them with the tools to navigate through change and unlock their true potential. He loves guiding people to find clarity in their lives so they are energized, fully present, and unstoppable. When leaders unlock their potential and lead from a place of inspired purpose, they impact and inspire everyone around them. Before becoming the founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of Inspired Purpose Coaching, he was a finance and strategy executive with experience working with some of the world's leading life sciences companies. Tony is the host of The Virtual Campfire podcast and the author of Climbing the Right Mountain: Navigating the Journey to An Inspired Life.

53m
Jun 20
Encore Leading with Gratitude - Chester Elton

After surveying more than one million employees at a wide range of companies, New York Times bestselling authors Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton found that gratitude—when done right—is the easiest, fastest, cheapest way that managers can boost performance and employee engagement. Yet it’s also one of the most misunderstood and misapplied skills in business. Gostick and Elton solve the mystery of this “gratitude gap” in their new book LEADING WITH GRATITUDE: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results (March 3, 2020; HarperBusiness). Their research shows that very few bosses intentionally bully. The problem is usually misperception or lack of awareness. These leaders have no idea how hard their people work, what challenges they face, or how much they would benefit from sincere and explicit gratitude. They also don’t know how to show gratitude effectively or sincerely.

53m
Jun 13
Mastering Your Emotions with Emotional Brilliance

Today we have more intense emotions and a sense of overwhelm causing all of us stress. Leaders are dealing with so much more than they have in the past. Stress in America study tells us 47% of people are experiencing Anxiety, 44% are sad, 39% are angry, while 75% of us feel we could use more emotional support. For much of that support, they are turning to their leaders who now need more counseling and coaching skills. What are they and we to do with this abundance of emotions and feelings? Today Drs. Greenberg and Nadler will take a deeper look at how you manage these feelings. In our Emotional Brilliance book, we presented a model of dealing with them called NAME. Notice and Name, Accept, Manage and Express. We will look at the M for Manage, Managing your thoughts and actions which will help regulate these feelings. What is causing the most stress today from a recent American Psychological Association study is: • Inflation (e.g., gas prices, energy bills, grocery costs): 87% • Supply chain issues: 81% • Global uncertainty: 81% • Potential retaliation from Russia (e.g., cyberattacks, nuclear threats): 80% • Russian invasion of Ukraine: 80% For more leadership tools go to: www.emotionalbrilliance.com

54m
Jun 06
The Coaching Habit with Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael is the Senior Partner and Founder of Box of Crayons. Box of Crayons helps organizations around the world do less Good Work and more Great Work. Their training programs give time-crunched managers the tools to coach in 10 minutes or less. Michael is the author of a number of books, including the best-selling Do More Great Work. His book and philanthropic project End Malaria, collected essays by thought leaders and through its sale raised $400,000 for Malaria No More. He’s also a popular speaker, and as well as speaking at such organizations as Google, GSK, and TD Bank is constantly top-ranked at conferences such as HRPA, Evanta, The Conference Board of Canada, and CSTD. As a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, his only real success was falling in love with a Canadian (and now wife of 20 years). Listen to an engaging conversation with Michael and Relly about coaching, the power of the questions, and Michael’s 7 coaching questions from his new book: The Coaching Habit.

56m
May 30
Encore Dr. Daniel Goleman, Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence

Dr. Dan Goleman author of the #1 international bestseller Emotional Intelligence, offers a groundbreaking look at today’s scarcest resource and the secret to high performance and fulfillment: Attention. In his new book Focus, he uncovers the science of attention in all its varieties – presenting a groundbreaking look at this overlooked and underrated asset, and why it matters enormously for how we feel, and succeed, in life. Dr. Goleman’s most recent books are The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights and Leadership: The Power of Emotional Intelligence (www.MoreThanSound.net). He integrates findings from neuroscience with emotional intelligence. For practical techniques to increase focus, Dr. Goleman created the CD Cultivating Focus: Techniques for Excellence, a series of guided exercises to help people hone their concentration, stay calm and better manage emotions. More info go to: www.morethansound.net

58m
May 23
Encore Motivation to be Your Best

The pandemic has changed our work world and has presented overwhelming challenges for leaders to be understanding, visionary, empathic and motivate a diverse workforce and stay focused themselves.More employers plan to add remote work options, too, with increased empathy for workers’ daily challenges. All told, major changes are here to stay, and employers think the future looks brighter. In fact, over one-fourth (27%) plan to hire at higher volumes than before the pandemic. So motivating yourself and the people you lead are critical for leaders. How do you do it? What do you focus on? Which competencies are most important to improve? We will share research on motivation that helps you and your direct report to be their best. Employees who feel their voice is heard at work are 4.6 times more likely to feel empowered to perform their best work (Salesforce). Go to www.eblifebook.com/academy for your free white paper template and more information.

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May 16
Encore The Slap: Why Emotions Matter and Using the NAME Process

We have recent great examples of both emotional reactions of losing control and IQ points with devastating effects and demonstrating Emotional Brilliance – doing just the right think at the right time. Over 16 million people watched the Academy Awards on March 27th. It was a phenomenal exhibit of the power of emotional awareness and management at the moment. These are the foundations of emotional intelligence. We saw Will Smith lose it, and Chris Rock stay calm and professional. This is an opportunity for Dr. Relly Nadler and Dr. Cathy Greenberg to unpack some of the learnings and highlight some elements that you can use to prevent losing it and the negative consequences that may follow. We will explore some of the Hijack First Aid prevention tools we have in our Emotional Brilliance: Living a Stress Less and Fear Less book, including the NAME process, The Emotional Audit, Trigger Trip Ups, and Recharging Rituals to name a few. Tune in to tune up your performance and also Get your 11 Reasons Why You Need Emotional Intelligence ebook at www.emotionalbrilliance.com

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May 09
Mastering Your Emotions with Emotional Brilliance

Today we have more intense emotions and a sense of overwhelm causing all of us stress. Leaders are dealing with so much more than they have in the past. Stress in America study tells us 47% of people are experiencing Anxiety, 44% are sad, 39% are angry, while 75% of us feel we could use more emotional support. For much of that support, they are turning to their leaders who now need more counseling and coaching skills. What are they and we to do with this abundance of emotions and feelings? Today Drs. Greenberg and Nadler will take a deeper look at how you manage these feelings. In our Emotional Brilliance book, we presented a model of dealing with them called NAME. Notice and Name, Accept, Manage and Express. We will look at the M for Manage, Managing your thoughts and actions which will help regulate these feelings. What is causing the most stress today from a recent American Psychological Association study is: • Inflation (e.g., gas prices, energy bills, grocery costs): 87% • Supply chain issues: 81% • Global uncertainty: 81% • Potential retaliation from Russia (e.g., cyberattacks, nuclear threats): 80% • Russian invasion of Ukraine: 80% For more leadership tools go to: www.emotionalbrilliance.com

54m
May 02
Mastering Your Emotions with Emotional Brilliance

Today we have more intense emotions and a sense of overwhelm causing all of us stress. Leaders are dealing with so much more than they have in the past. Stress in America study tells us 47% of people are experiencing Anxiety, 44% are sad, 39% are angry, while 75% of us feel we could use more emotional support. For much of that support, they are turning to their leaders who now need more counseling and coaching skills. What are they and we to do with this abundance of emotions and feelings? Today Drs. Greenberg and Nadler will take a deeper look at how you manage these feelings. In our Emotional Brilliance book, we presented a model of dealing with them called NAME. Notice and Name, Accept, Manage and Express. We will look at the M for Manage, Managing your thoughts and actions which will help regulate these feelings. What is causing the most stress today from a recent American Psychological Association study is: • Inflation (e.g., gas prices, energy bills, grocery costs): 87% • Supply chain issues: 81% • Global uncertainty: 81% • Potential retaliation from Russia (e.g., cyberattacks, nuclear threats): 80% • Russian invasion of Ukraine: 80% For more leadership tools go to: www.emotionalbrilliance.com

54m
May 02
Mark Robert Waldman - Neuroscience News: Myths and Current Thinking

What do we know about the brain’s working, what is myth and what is on the cutting edge. Learn what is the current neuroscience thinking. Mark Waldman is the author of 14 books, including the national bestseller How God Changes Your Brain which Oprah selected as one of the nine Must Read books for 2012. Mark is on the Executive MBA faculty at Loyola Marymount University where he created one of the first NeuroLeadership programs in the country. He is also on the faculty of Holmes Institute where he teaches a ministerial training course on “Spirituality and the Brain.” His neuroscience research on consciousness, communication, and spirituality have been published in journals throughout the world. And his work has been featured in Time Magazine, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Forbes, and Oprah Magazine, and many others. He has appeared on 100s of radio and television programs, including PBS and NPR, and his TEDx Talk has been viewed by more than 100,000 people.

53m
Apr 25
The Slap: Why Emotions Matter and Using the NAME Process

We have recent great examples of both emotional reactions of losing control and IQ points with devastating effects and demonstrating Emotional Brilliance – doing just the right think at the right time. Over 16 million people watched the Academy Awards on March 27th. It was a phenomenal exhibit of the power of emotional awareness and management at the moment. These are the foundations of emotional intelligence. We saw Will Smith lose it, and Chris Rock stay calm and professional. This is an opportunity for Dr. Relly Nadler and Dr. Cathy Greenberg to unpack some of the learnings and highlight some elements that you can use to prevent losing it and the negative consequences that may follow. We will explore some of the Hijack First Aid prevention tools we have in our Emotional Brilliance: Living a Stress Less and Fear Less book, including the NAME process, The Emotional Audit, Trigger Trip Ups, and Recharging Rituals to name a few. Tune in to tune up your performance and also Get your 11 Reasons Why You Need Emotional Intelligence ebook at www.emotionalbrilliance.com

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Apr 18
The Slap: Why Emotions Matter and Using the NAME Process

We have recent great examples of both emotional reactions of losing control and IQ points with devastating effects and demonstrating Emotional Brilliance – doing just the right think at the right time. Over 16 million people watched the Academy Awards on March 27th. It was a phenomenal exhibit of the power of emotional awareness and management at the moment. These are the foundations of emotional intelligence. We saw Will Smith lose it, and Chris Rock stay calm and professional. This is an opportunity for Dr. Relly Nadler and Dr. Cathy Greenberg to unpack some of the learnings and highlight some elements that you can use to prevent losing it and the negative consequences that may follow. We will explore some of the Hijack First Aid prevention tools we have in our Emotional Brilliance: Living a Stress Less and Fear Less book, including the NAME process, The Emotional Audit, Trigger Trip Ups, and Recharging Rituals to name a few. Tune in to tune up your performance and also Get your 11 Reasons Why You Need Emotional Intelligence ebook at www.emotionalbrilliance.com

56m
Apr 18
Jack Devine, A Spymaster Revealed: EI At Work

Jack Devine served at the Central Intelligence Agency for more than 30 years, rising to become the acting deputy director of operations – the head of all CIA spying operations. He is the author of the New York Times best-seller Good Hunting: An American Spymaster’s Story, which Bob Woodward called “a sophisticated, deeply informed account of real life in the real CIA that adds immeasurably to the public understanding of the espionage culture.” Jack's story is revealed with gripping intrigue using emotional and social intelligence coupled with high-stakes maneuvering on major CIA missions.

57m
Apr 11
Emotional Brilliance in Real Estate & Engagement

Terri Murphy understands Emotional Intelligence and the art of engagement As an entrepreneur who has built a successful business over the last 28 years, Terri Murphy started out like the rest of us ... clueless! Early in her career, Terri learned to build a strong customer network, propelling her into the top 10 percent of a national sales organization. Her expertise is in consulting and developing initiatives for companies. executives and associations on ways to create new relationships through cutting edge engagement, online and traditional communication strategies. Terri is a published best-selling author of five books focused on sales and leadership, a syndicated columnist, online television producer, business e-communication consultant, and TedTalk® Speaker. She is a Master Certified Coach with Workman Success Systems and the Founder of the Women’s Wisdom Network, a resource and coaching network for women. Currently, she serves as the Senior Editor and Producer for RealtyTimes.com and RealtyTimesNewsTV, an online community for both real estate professionals and consumers.

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Apr 04
Drs. Greenberg & Nadler on Tools to be Brilliant

Today we are going to focus on how to get cutting edge tips & tools for top performance from our new website: www.eblifebook.com and our online learning programs with a free 7-day trial to check it out. We will highlight the key areas where you can get ongoing tips and strategies from Drs. Greenberg and Nadler along with any other thought leaders and top performers like Marshall Goldsmith and Daniel Goleman on leadership, Jennifer McCollum from Linkage on Women in Leadership, Marsha Reynolds and Michael Bungay Stanier on masterful coaching, and Chester Elton on gratitude to name a short selection. You will find expert tips in Leadership, Stress & Success, Your Fearless Future, and a section on how to get started with an Emotional Intelligence assessment. We will also look at: • What is Emotional Brilliance and how does it compare with Emotional Intelligence? • How to navigate your emotions using the NAME process. • What is your “Go to” and examples of leaders using it. eblifebook.com

54m
Mar 21
Encore Become a Psychologically Flexible Leader with ACT

Dr. Diana Hill is a clinical psychologist and expert in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a cutting-edge, evidence-based form of psychotherapy that helps people develop psychological flexibility. Diana co-hosts the Psychologists Off the Clock Podcast where she has interviewed many leaders in the field of psychology, mindfulness, and wellness. She is the co-author with Dr. Debbie Sorensen of ACT Daily Journal: Get Unstuck and Live Fully with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, in which she teaches about the importance of being psychologically flexible as a way to untangle ourselves from unhealthy patterns that can leave us battling ourselves and the present moment. Her journal gives you daily exercises and strategies for a full 8 weeks. Diana's work integrates everything she's learned thus far about what it takes to thrive as a human and build a rich and meaningful life. https://drdianahill.com/.

56m
Mar 14
Encore How Leaders Build a Reputation for Being Trustworthy

Ron is co-founder and managing partner at Navalent, working with CEOs and executives pursuing transformational change for their organizations, leaders, and industries. He has a thirty-year track record helping executives tackle challenges of strategy, organization, and leadership. He has worked with start-ups to Fortune 10’s companies. Ron has helped organizations articulate strategies that lead to accelerated growth, and design organizations that can execute those strategies. He has worked in more than 25 countries on 4 continents. He is the author of 9 books, including the recent Amazon #1 Rising to Power and the forthcoming To Be Honest, Lead with the Power of Truth, Justice & Purpose. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes, and a two-time TEDx speaker. His work’s been featured in Fortune, CEO Magazine, Inc., MSNBC, Business Week, Inc., and Fast Company. https://tobehonest.net/#moments-of-truth

1h 0m
Mar 07
Encore Indispensable Leadership Lessons from the Podium of an Orchestra

Roger Nierenberg has conducted operas at New York’s Lincoln Center, the Stamford Symphony in Connecticut, and the Jacksonville Symphony in Florida. Through his experiences with leaders, he became curious about the challenges and opportunities faced by organizations in times of rapid change. He saw how crucial issues of organizational development could be powerfully brought to life within an orchestra. Thus was born The Music Paradigm and his book Maestro: A Surprising Story About Leading by Listening which has taken Mr. Nierenberg to the podium of over ninety different orchestras, hundreds of different organizations, in two dozen different countries. We'll talk about many of the lessons learned on this journey and his book, such as: The difference between direction and criticism? The difference between management and leadership, and how does that manifest on the podium? How musicians judge a conductor? For free leadership templates available when joining our Emotional Brilliance Academy 7-day trial, go to https://eblifebook.com/academy/

1h 0m
Feb 28
Encore The Coaching Effect: What's the difference between good and great

Bill Eckstrom is the CEO and founder of EcSell Institute. Bill’s professional career path has encompassed sales, sales leadership, executive leadership with both private and publicly traded companies. He established EcSell Institute to fill a void he witnessed in the coaching and leadership profession. EcSell’s research and improvement programming has been utilized in the athletic and academic worlds, spawning new start-ups EcSell Sports and EcSell Education in 2019. Bill’s TED talk titled Why Comfort Will Ruin Your Life, has been heard by live audiences of over 1,700 people, and 4 million more online, his now-famous words: “…what makes you comfortable can ruin you, and what makes you uncomfortable is the only way to grow.” Bill co-authored the book The Coaching Effect: What great Leaders do to Increase Sales, Enhance Performance, and Sustain Growth, has been a best-seller since its release in 2019.

51m
Feb 21
Encore Tolerance of High IQ/Low EQ Staff is Crippling Technical Industry

Christian Espinosa is the bestselling author of “The Smartest Person in the Room”, an entrepreneur, the founder of Alpine Security, a white hat hacker, certified high-performance coach, professor, and lover of heavy metal music and spicy food. He’s also an Air Force veteran and Ironman triathlete. He used to value being the “smartest person in the room,” only to realize that his greatest contribution to humanity, leadership and the fight against cybercrime is his ability to bring awareness and solutions to challenges associated with high IQ/low EQ people. Christian is a speaker, coach, and trainer in the Secure Methodology, helping to make the smartest people in the room the best leaders in the field. christian@christianespinosa.com www.christianespinosa.com

1h 0m
Feb 14
Bridge the Gap: Breakthrough Communication Tools

Katie McCleary is the co-author of BRIDGE THE GAP: Breakthrough Communication Tools to Transform Work Relationships from Challenging to Collaborative with Jennifer Edwards. They show how to use the social psychology of human connection and curiosity to drive meaningful communication and collaboration at work. Packed with practical and replicable techniques, the book reveals how to: • Master your biological reactions to connect, even amid pressure, anxiety, and stress • Lead with curiosity and engage more authentically • Embrace diverse opinions and cultural backgrounds • Communicate and collaborate more effectively • Converse with others and reap the rewards of better communication Katie is the host of “The Drive” podcast on NPR’s CapRadio. She is also is an entrepreneur and storyteller who trains leaders, creatives, and humanitarians to launch big ideas by leveraging their social and cultural capital. Katie is the founder of 916 Ink, a nonprofit that has transformed over 4,000 vulnerable youth into confident authors.

54m
Feb 07
Hey Leaders, Your Greatness IS Your Organization's Greatness

Tevis Trower is a Leadership Futurist and innovator in optimizing corporations through fostering greatness in leaders. Heralded in bestselling Megatrends 2010 as “corporate mindfulness guru for the new millennium”, Tevis has assisted powerful organizations ranging from Disney to Morgan Stanley in optimizing their most precious assets: human beings. She has created and facilitated global executive immersions for prestigious organizations including Harvard Business Review Events, Young Presidents Organization, PWC, Bloomberg LP, Viacom, Google, and The Economist on issues including executive alignment, legacy and impact, conscious leadership, imposter syndrome, innovation, and the role of corporate culture in fostering radical success and ubiquitous engagement. You can find profiles and expert advice from Tevis featured in respected media outlets including Forbes, Fortune, BusinessWeek, Glamour, YogaJournal, CIO, Pink, RealSimple, Crain’s, New York Post, Financial Times, WWD, New York Observer, MSNBC, FoxBusiness, NY1, and Martha Stewart. As NYU Faculty teaching Business Creativity & Personal Mastery, Tevis has also served as a work-life expert to WebMD and Huffington Post. Tevis lives what she teaches, spending time in NYC, Montauk, and Woodstock, enjoying surfing, snowboarding, and entertaining friends at home with her dachshund, Ruby.

1h 0m
Jan 31
Encore Why Cope When You Can Heal? Introducing Surgical Empathy

Too many people who have been deeply traumatized by COVID, violence, cancer, bankruptcy or divorce will tell you that they got past it, but they never got over it. They're not the same person as they were before. They feel more tentative, have their guard up, and don't step into anything new with two feet. They'll tell you that coping is better than not coping, but it's not the same as feeling fully alive, solid, and secure. What if there were a way to not just cope, but begin to heal from trauma to feel fully alive? In his new book, Why Cope When You Can Heal?, co-authored with Dr. Diana Hendel, our guest Dr. Mark Goulston introduces the world and now us to Surgical Empathy an approach he invented and expanded to people with PTSD that helps them to finally begin to heal.

54m
Jan 24