Posts Tagged ‘interviews’

Why Remarkable Leadership Matters

September 15, 2008

I was fortunate to be a guest on Nan Russell’s Work Matters radio show recently. That show is now available online to listen or download as a podcast.

My interview begins about half way through the show, and I believe, is one of the best I have given to date on leadership, learning what it means to be a Remarkable Leader.

I hope you will listen, and share it with others.

The Focus of a Remarkable Leadership

November 21, 2007

In the third installment of my month of podcasts with Jim Canterucci we focus on focus. Specifcally we discuss:

·         The paradox of Personal Brilliance focus

·         How being contrarian can lead to innovative leadership

·         How timing comes into play

·         The ability to shift from professional to personal to family

·         How reconnection can help maintain focus

·         Seamless balance

·         Elastic focus

·         How infatuation can block innovation

·         Perspective as a component of focus

·         Content vs. process focus

You can listen to this week’s installment here. You can listen there, download to your MP3 Player, or even listen to the full interview.