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Leaders aren't born, they're made. This Monday show will give you access to the best thinkers, resources, and actions to grow your leadership skills. Produced weekly since 2011, host Dave Stachowiak brings you perspective from more than a decade of leadership at Dale Carnegie, helping you take immediate action to maximize results. Bestselling authors, expert guests, host commentary, and regular dialogue with the Coaching for Leaders community drive this show. Submit questions for question and answer shows airing the first Monday of the month at coachingforleaders.com/feedback and receive Dave's weekly leadership guide and show notes every Wednesday at coachingforleaders.com/subscribe

Episodes

289: How to Lead Part-Time Staff  

Chris Deferio: Keys to the Shop Chris Deferio is the Cafe Operations Manager for Sunergos Coffee and also the host and producer of Keys to the Shop, a podcast that helps coffee service professionals to advance their careers by discovering more about barista work, management, leadership, and the operational knowledge to run a coffee shop. Key […] The post 289: How to Lead Part-Time Staff appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

288: Get Better at Onboarding Employees  

Amanda Davis: Onboarding Employees Amanda Davis is an executive consultant with 25 years of professional leadership and management experience specializing in the development and implementation of strategies and programs for better service delivery. Key Points The Two-Tiered Approach to Onboarding: Part 1: First day on the job Keep it short (1.5-2 hours long). What are […] The post 288: Get Better at Onboarding Employees appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

287: Why to Start With Why and More Questions  

Bonni Stachowiak: Teaching in Higher Ed Bonni Stachowiak (web) (Twitter) is Dave s life partner and best friend, business professor, past executive leader, and the host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Questions Roger asked about the best way to motivate a remote employee who is just doing the bare minimum to get by. Thomas […] The post 287: Why to Start With Why and More Questions appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

286: How to Influence Cross-Culturally  

Erin Meyer: The Culture Map Erin Meyer, a professor at INSEAD, teaches us how to influence cross-culturally. Erin is the author of the bestselling book The Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business*. Key Points It s more helpful to know how cultures compare to one another on specific issues than it is […] The post 286: How to Influence Cross-Culturally appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

285: How to Vastly Improve Your LinkedIn Profile  

Brenda Bernstein: LinkedIn Expert Brenda Bernstein is the Founder and Senior Editor at The Essay Expert and the author of How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Profile, a book that held the #1 best-seller spot in Amazon s business writing skills list for over 2 years. Key Points LinkedIn profiles are very important for job seekers. […] The post 285: How to Vastly Improve Your LinkedIn Profile appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

284: The Way to Stop Rescuing People From Their Problems  

Michael Bungay Stanier: The Coaching Habit Michael Bungay Stanier is the bestselling author of the books Do More Great Work* and The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever*. Michael and his team of facilitators help time-crunched managers coach in 10 minutes or less. Key Points When things get […] The post 284: The Way to Stop Rescuing People From Their Problems appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

283: How to Create a Mission Statement and More Questions  

Bonni Stachowiak: Teaching in Higher Ed Bonni Stachowiak (web) (Twitter) is Dave s life partner and best friend, business professor, past executive leader, and the host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Questions Dustin asked about the distinction between mission and vision and how to get started on both in his organization. Andrew asked about […] The post 283: How to Create a Mission Statement and More Questions appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

282: How to Motivate People  

Dan Ariely: Payoff Dan Ariely is the James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University and a founding member of the Center for Advanced Hindsight. His books include Irrationally Yours, Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality, The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty, and his most recent book, Payoff: The Hidden Logic That […] The post 282: How to Motivate People appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

FINAL Day to Apply  

Today, Monday, January 23rd, is the final day to apply for the Coaching for Leaders Academy. Apply now to receive two bonuses before applications close: Apply Here The post FINAL Day to Apply appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

281: How to Overcome Obstacles  

When the odds are stacked against us, some people give up quickly, while others prevail. On today s episode, a story about how to overcome obstacles. Collins Osayamwen: Facilities Management Collins Osayamwen is the Managing Partner/Senior consultant of SheltercareFM Consult based in Nigeria. He is also a founding partner of the Corporate FM Alliance a […] The post 281: How to Overcome Obstacles appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

Applications Just Opened  

Applications are now open for the Coaching for Leaders Academy! Apply now to receive two bonuses before applications close on Monday, January 23rd. Apply Here The post Applications Just Opened appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

280: How to Support Veterans in Your Workplace  

Eugenia Weiss: Military and Veteran Transitions Eugenia Weiss is a clinical associate professor at the University of Southern California s Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. She is the co-author of the book The Civilian Lives of U.S. Veterans: Issues and Identities* and Supporting Veterans in Higher Education: A Primer for Administrators, Faculty, and, Advisors*. Key […] The post 280: How to Support Veterans in Your Workplace appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

FREE Webinar and Academy Details  

Register now for Dave’s FREE webinar upcoming this week: When Expert Leaders Act, Here s What They Do: 7 Strategies That Will Make You Better in 2017 Claim your seat at: http://coachingforleaders.com/webinar/ Applications for the Coaching for Leaders Academy open on January 17th. Watch for more details on Tuesday! The post FREE Webinar and Academy Details appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

How to Create a Team Vision  

In this 16-minute audio lesson, Dave shows you how to create a team vision for your organization, in these four simple steps: B: Be all ears O: Own the vision C: Communicate A: Allow them to own it For more details on the upcoming Coaching for Leaders Academy applications, activate your free Coaching for Leaders […] The post How to Create a Team Vision appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

The Power of Positive Momentum  

It s the second week of January, and a lot of New Year s resolutions are already in trouble. Last year, the Science of Us reported that only 8% of resolutions were ultimately achieved. The experts you ve heard on Coaching for Leaders have articled a far better answer for all of us: positive momentum. Here s a special […] The post The Power of Positive Momentum appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

279: How to Grow Your Professional Network  

Tom Henschel: The Look & Sound of Leadership Tom Henschel is the host of The Look & Sound of Leadership, a popular leadership podcast spanning almost a decade. In addition, Tom is a talented executive coach and principal of his firm, Essential Communications. Key Points Networking is about abundance and a mindset of giving Networking […] The post 279: How to Grow Your Professional Network appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

278: Navigating Internal Coaching and More Questions  

Bonni Stachowiak: Teaching in Higher Ed Bonni Stachowiak (web) (Twitter) is Dave s life partner and best friend, business professor, past executive leader, and the host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Questions Tyler asked about the usefulness of anger in the workplace. Yanko asked about making a major career transition. Rich asked about navigating […] The post 278: Navigating Internal Coaching and More Questions appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

277: How to Prevent Corruption  

Mariano Mosquera: Preventing Corruption Mariano Mosquera, is an Edmond J. Safra Network Fellow at Harvard University and Postdoctoral Fellow of the National University of Cordoba. He is a professor of Ethics and Access to Public Information of the National University of C√≥rdoba and professor of Public Policy at the Catholic University of Cordoba. Key Points Different […] The post 277: How to Prevent Corruption appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

276: Employee Engagement With Management 3.0  

Most of us work in organizations where at the very least, it s espoused that we should engage employees and create a great work environment. But, few firms actually do this well. On this episode, how to practically engagement employees using the principles of Management 3.0 and also create happiness for the people you lead. […] The post 276: Employee Engagement With Management 3.0 appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

275: How to Help the Underdog Thrive  

Terry Lipovski: Underdog Coaching Terry Lipovski is the President of Ubiquity Leadership. He is a leadership coach and workshop facilitator to top organizations around the world include organizations like Schlumberger, Air Canada, and GE. Key Points Being different from colleagues can present a challenge Many people at a disadvantage don t realize it Some people just […] The post 275: How to Help the Underdog Thrive appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

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