Synergen Leadership Podcast
About This Show
"Leadership Capability" What does it mean? Where does it come from? How is it developed?
Julian speaks with leaders who share their own leadership journey and their ideas of what leadership capability is and how best to develop it.
With leaders from across Australia representing small enterprises through to ASX listed companies, these conversations are certain to provide you with insights and ideas that you can use in your own leadership journey.
Julian will also bring you some of the tools and techniques he has used to help him grow a successful business working with corporations to develop their own outstanding leaders.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
S1 | Ep25 Julian Carle - Give Back. Lead Forward, Chapter 1
2 days ago
Special Content Edition with Julian Carle In Episode 25 of the Synergen Leadership Podcast, Julian introduces you to his book: Give Back. Lead Forward – Why every leader should be a mentor and have a mentor. Mentoring provides a way for both mentor and mentee to accelerate their leadership learning. Julian’s book covers building trust, giving feedback, resolving issues and the networking benefits mentoring brings. When you mentor a next-generation leader you are giving back and at the same time leading forward. With the rapid approach of artificial intelligence threatening to take so many jobs, it is soft skills, such as those learned and honed through mentoring, that will give readers the edge in their career journey. Join Julian as he reads you the first chapter from his book and answers the question: “Why Mentor?” Go to: Synergen Group Website Julian Carle's LinkedIn Profile Purchase your copy of Give Back. Lead Forward hereRead more »
Rated 5 out of
A refreshing leadership podcast!
It's great to hear a good honest podcast inviting us into the life of a leader at the top.
I already can't wait for the next episode!
Date published: 2018-01-08
Rated 5 out of
Honest and Current!
Great to hear from someone who is practising Leadership every day! Please send more like this!
Date published: 2018-01-09