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Today we are taking an exclusive look into the true essence of having Keystone conversations. Listeners will discover how to foster genuine connections in professional settings and learn strategies to ensure every conversation is both meaningful and productive.
CEO Says ‘Be Mindful of What You Say’- How To Fine Tune Your Vocabulary & Professional Point of View
Today’s exclusive snippet features Linda Rich, CEO of Sunrun, a solar electricity company with around 3000 employees. Learn how she takes her employees from fear-based thinking to a creative/problem-solving point of view. Embark on the journey to understanding the language and vocabulary you need to use in your company and how it will elevate your leadership…
Is it better to be good at your job or to be able to connect with your people? Of course the answer is both, but what’s the relationship between competence and connection and WHY do you need both?
In today’s exclusive episode, best-selling author Amy Morin defines the importance of mental strength, detailing its crucial role in vulnerability in the workplace. Avoid feeling hopeless & learn how to take productive action to fix things.
Michael Kasbar is the Chairman and CEO of World Fuel Services, an energy company with more than 8,000 locations in over 200 countries and territories around the world. It has one of the largest global footprints of any company with over 5,000 employees.
In today’s episode of The Leader’s Toolkit, we delve into the art of spontaneous communication. Matt Abrahams highlights the challenges many face, from anxiety to the desire to excel, emphasizing the significance of understanding one’s audience and the role of preparation. Uncover what the F-word of spontaneous speaking is and how it will make you a better leader.
One of the things I talk about in my new book, Leading With Vulnerability, is the importance of having thick skin, especially if you are or want to be in a position of leadership. However thick skin and armor are not the same thing.
Does vulnerability have a place at work? If so, then what’s the best way to tap into vulnerability in a work setting? That’s what I aim to uncover in my new book, Leading With Vulnerability. A part of answering that question is understanding what makes a great leader.
In today’s episode of The Leader’s Toolkit we’re going to dive into the intricacies of leadership, innovation, and the importance of fostering a culture of trust and vulnerability within an organization.