8 Influential Leaders with Effective Leadership

Why Is Everyone Talking About Leadership? Learning Leadership Is Not Difficult At All! You Just Need A Great Teacher! Take a look at 8 Influential Leaders that can blow your mind!

1. Peter Docker

The difference between Charismatic Leadership and Inspirational Leadership may seem subtle. A leader can be charismatic and inspire others. It also works the other way too. But Inspirational Leadership is focused more on the greater good, whereas as the Charismatic Leader is more inwardly focused on himself. Our guest today is Peter Docker who is colleagues with Best Selling Author, Simon Sinek. Both Peter and Simon are spreading a message around the world to inspire people to be extraordinary and to do work that is significant. This interview is filled with wisdom and insights on being authentic and real. Join me by listening to this episode.

2. Lena Requist

Every organization has a culture. The question is, are you intentional about the culture? Our guest on the show today is Lena Requist, President of Ontraport. They have about 100 employees and have been intentional about making it a remarkable place to work. Ontraport has been recognized by many different groups for ” the best place to work” and “the best place for millennials to work.” Listen in for Lena’s recipe on culture so that you can use it to develop your own award winning culture.

3. Landon Ray

Every organization has a culture. The question is, are you intentional about the culture? Our guest on the show today is Landon Ray, CEO of Ontraport. They have about 100 employees and have been intentional about being a remarkable place to work. Ontraport has been recognized by many different groups for “best place to work” and “best place for millennials to work.” Listen in to Landon’s perspective on creating an award winning culture.

4. Gene Hammett

People today are looking for more meaning in their work in terms of their lifestyle and opportunities. Catalyzing engagement is about playing within our strengths and that of our team. This is essential for meaningful leadership. Communication styles must be acknowledged and looked at. Is your team being offered the opportunity to grow in their role? This is what shapes culture and engagement within companies.

We want our teams to work like machines – but they are not machines. They are creative people who want to solve problems. Learn to manage people like people, not machines.

5. Ryan Estis

Leading change in any organization is a constant, ever evolving challenge. This requires the discipline to change and the desire to disrupt. Ryan Estis, professional speaker and consultant, offers insights on change and continuing to reinvent leadership. This interview with Ryan goes deep into aspects of leadership we have not delved into before on this show. Listen to this episode to see how leadership drives investment, performance, and growth.

6. Howard Behar

What does your Soul have to do with Leadership? Howard Behar is the former President of Starbucks. On this episode, we discuss the connection between the soul and how we lead. How we show up every day is the rewarding challenging we can engage in, in order to remain in tune with life’s work. Howard’s key message is about valuing the people we serve. This is a first and foremost priority that comes before anything else.

7. Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael Bungay Stanier, founder of Box of Crayons, shares he and his team of facilitators teach 10-minute coaching so busy managers build stronger teams and get better results. On this episode, we dive deep into what it truly means to do GREAT work. Impactful work. Meaningful work. Change the way you lead forever, by staying in that hungry mode of curiosity.

8. Ron McMurtrie

Ron McMurtrie, CMO of Sage talks to us about the Evolution of Marketing. Where being ahead of the game means staying relevant with their customers. In today’s world of marketing, it is not about mapping out their customer journey. It is about allowing the customer to map out their own journey. By managing a team where each person serves based on their speciality, Ron and his team at Sage can meet their clients where they currently are. This is what gives Sage their competitive advantage!

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