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Maxwell Leadership Executive Podcast
28 minutes | Jan 26, 2023
#224: How to Become a Person of Influence (Part 1)
Leadership is influence, not your position or title. How do you develop your influence and raise your leadership lid? The “Law of the Lid” says, your ability to lead (influence) will determine your effectiveness in everything you do. In the INFLUENCE acrostic there are nine (9) lessons for developing your personal influence and today we want to look at the first four (4). Next week we will do the remaining five (5).
24 minutes | Jan 19, 2023
#223: Moving From Busy to Productive: Today Matters
In the 21 Irrefutable Laws Leadership, John Maxwell calls it the Law of Priorities: Leaders understand that activity is not necessarily accomplishment. This episode is sponsored by BELAY––the incredible organization revolutionizing productivity with their virtual assistants, accounting services, social media managers, and website specialists for growing businesses just like yours. Get BELAY’s latest ebook, Delegate to Elevate, for free, and learn how to reclaim your time. Just text the word EXEC to 55123 for your free copy today!
15 minutes | Jan 12, 2023
#222: Do I Have a Future Here?
Do the people on your team know they have a future with your organization? Or, are they wondering where this all leads? When they see they have a place in the future, you will see increased levels of commitment, engagement, and buy-in.
19 minutes | Jan 5, 2023
#221: New Year, New You, Fresh Start
John Maxwell shares how he likes to take the last two weeks of the year to review, reflect, and evaluate on the year just completed. What is your plan to get off to a fast start in the new year?
26 minutes | Dec 29, 2022
#220: Can Leaders Have Too Much Transparency?
Transparent leadership means leading with openness and honesty. These leaders keep their team in the loop and share information freely. Where many leaders struggle is on the fine line between being open/honest and oversharing.
19 minutes | Dec 22, 2022
#219: What Listener Type Are You?
We often think we are better listeners than we really are. We all need to work on being better listeners. This idea originated in the book, “Listen!: The Art of Effective Communication Kindle Edition” by Dale Carnegie & Associates.
23 minutes | Dec 15, 2022
#218: How Great Leaders Spend Their Time with Joel Manby
Joel Manby is the former CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment and former President and Chief Executive Officer of Herschend Family Entertainment, the largest family-owned theme park corporation in the United States. Joel hosts the Maxwell Leadership Executive Circle, a 12-month group and individual mentoring program focused on Executive Leadership for those who are or desire to be C-suite leaders . Have you ever thought, "I am overwhelmed with my job. There are never enough hours in the day." Where should leaders be spending their time to be as efficient and effective as possible?
21 minutes | Dec 8, 2022
#217: Leading in Volatile Times with Joel Manby
Joel Manby is the former CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment and former President and Chief Executive Officer of Herschend Family Entertainment, the largest family-owned theme park corporation in the United States. Joel hosts the Maxwell Leadership Executive Circle, a 12-month group and individual mentoring program focused on Executive Leadership for those who are or desire to be C-suite leaders . 2023 and 2024 are setting up to be challenging times for leaders. How can leaders position themselves to lead during volatile times?
26 minutes | Dec 1, 2022
#216: Work from Anywhere Best Practices with Joel Manby
Joel Manby is the former CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment and former President and Chief Executive Officer of Herschend Family Entertainment, the largest family-owned theme park corporation in the United States. Joel hosts the Maxwell Leadership Executive Circle, a 12-month group and individual mentoring program focused on Executive Leadership for those who are or desire to be C-suite leaders. With the challenge of leading a hybrid workforce (working from home and the office), Joel shares five best practices of a work from anywhere culture.
16 minutes | Nov 24, 2022
#215: The Introverts on My Team Seem Disengaged
You may think of Extroverts as loud and charismatic and Introverts as quiet and reserved. But that is a stereotype. Extroversion and introversion refer to where someone gets their energy. The difference between an extrovert and an introvert is extroverts are energized through socialization and collaboration, whereas introverts receive energy from alone time or in social settings with much smaller groups.
24 minutes | Nov 17, 2022
#214: Are You Experiencing Productivity Paranoia?
Microsoft surveyed 20,000 people in 11 countries and found that 87% of employees report that they are productive at work. Yet, only 12 percent of managers said they have full confidence their team is as productive when working remotely compared to sitting at their desks in the office. 85% of senior leaders say that the shift to hybrid work has made it challenging to have confidence that employees are being productive. The Microsoft report describes Productivity Paranoia as “where leaders fear that lost productivity is due to employees not working, even though hours worked, number of meetings and other activity metrics have increased.”
21 minutes | Nov 10, 2022
#213: You May Not Be Trusted as Much as You Think
The Trifecta of Trust by Dr. Joseph Folkman uses data from tens of thousands of 360-Degree assessments to determine how team members view trust with their leaders. The data showed that over 45% of leaders were not trusted as much as they think they are. In the book, he gives 7 signals that you might not be trusted as much as you think you are.
21 minutes | Nov 3, 2022
#212 – Stop Wishing Things Were Easier
When things get difficult and challenging, do find yourself wishing things were easier? According to author and speaker, Jim Rohn. “Don’t wish things were easier, wish you were better.” How can you turn tough times into growth times?
21 minutes | Oct 27, 2022
#211 – 12 Choices Leaders Make To Fuel Their Influence
When we teach that leadership is influence––nothing more, nothing less––this generates questions from those trying to grow as leaders. They often ask, “How do you grow your influence?” People are watching your actions, reactions, interactions, and behaviors. Every follower is trying to determine if they want to give you PERMISSION to influence or lead them. This is Level 2 of the 5 Levels.
26 minutes | Oct 20, 2022
#210 – Generating Competitive Advantage Through Generational Diversity with Tim Elmore
There are currently four to five generations in the workforce. While this may seem to be a leadership challenge, it’s actually an opportunity to gain competitive advantage, if you know how to leverage the contribution that each generation brings to the workplace. Part 2 of an interview with the author of, A New Kind of Diversity - Making the Different Generations On Your Team a Competitive Advantage, Dr. Tim Elmore.
18 minutes | Oct 13, 2022
#209 – Generational Diversity In Your Workforce with Dr. Tim Elmore
There are currently four to five generations in the workforce. While this may seem to be a leadership challenge, it’s actually an opportunity to gain competitive advantage if you know how to leverage the contribution that each generation brings to the workplace.
19 minutes | Oct 6, 2022
#208 – 5 Questions To Help You Define Your Leadership
John Maxwell says: “The position doesn’t make the leader. The leader makes the position.” Many leaders get the title and think very little of define the type of leader they will be. When you intentionally define your leadership, you take leading to a new level. Learn five questions that will help you define your leadership.
18 minutes | Oct 1, 2022
#203 – How Leaders Find Their Eagles
Today we are talking about the characteristics of high impact players. Some of these traits are natural giftedness and some can be developed. As a leader, you should look for and promote these skills and attributes as you look at developing the next generation of leaders.
19 minutes | Sep 29, 2022
#207 – How To Manage Your Own Power Dynamics
“Power dynamics” describes how power affects relationships. Power affects all aspects of social life, from the workplace to the home. Power can affect how followers see and interact with leaders.
26 minutes | Sep 22, 2022
#206 – Quiet Quitting Is A New Name For An Old Problem
Quiet Quitting is term that describes someone who has decided to limit their job output to only those things strictly stated in their job description. They do not take on additional assignments, in fact they have decided to look for ways to do the absolute minimum to complete their job responsibilities. Is this an employee problem or a leadership problem?
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