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For Leaders Global Podcast
56 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
Wellness futurist Marcus Bird on developing personal and professional sustainability
FLG_S2_E8 www.forleadersglobal.com Prioritising time in your schedule to do nothing may seem counterintuitive to connection or achievement, yet Marcus Bird takes us on a journey and shares openly about fostering personal sustainability through health, wellness and mindfulness practices. On this episode you’ll hear Marcus share his story. From working hard in the corporate space and appearing to “have it all”, to being confronted with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and learning how to navigate through it. From this process, Marcus learned that asking the tough questions around alignment and purpose are necessary in the quest to operate well while looking forward. This show is for the leader who is willing to do the deep work, understand their own patterns and purpose, and then reap the rewards of living a sustainable life both professionally and personally. About Marcus Bird: https://www.wellnessleadershipacademy.com/ Marcus is the leading expert in helping health & wellness coaches and practitioners to become authentic global online wellness leaders so they can make a bigger difference on the planet. As The Wellness Futurist, (Velocity Coach) marketing & mindset expert, Marcus is a ‘catalyst for change’ inspiring audiences with an insight into current trends and technological advancements that affect the wellness industry. Marcus shows audiences innovative ways to not only survive but thrive online in this disruptive world. Complete with strategies and tools to meet the demands of the informed online customer, Marcus shows audiences how to increase their value by sharing their deepest wisdom. Inspiring & motivating your audience to step up and step out with a new vision on what’s possible. Marcus shares insights on how to market and sell online in an integral and authentic way so that you gain ‘buy in’ to your online products and programs so customers engage more and they tell more of their friends. Marcus holds a Masters of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, a Diploma of Health Sciences - Kinesiology, NLP Practitioner , Positive Counsellor and Results Coach. Marcus has won international awards for his business skills and innovation work, is the developer of the 3 Minute Coach process, Velocity Coach system and strives to think outside the box to push participants to find new levels of possible. Author of The 3 Minute Coach and Just Pivot, Co- Author of best-selling book Navigating the Clickety Clack Marcus shares his 30 years of Wellness Entrepreneurship and wellness business marketing strategies to implement rapid success. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth, dynamic teams and culture worth reproducing email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
44 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
Colleen Callander on leading people from a place of calm while operating with kindness, and seeing how that impacts business for the better
FLG_S2_E7 www.forleadersglobal.com Colleen Callander is breaking stereotypes left, right and centre. Her superpower is leading people with kindness and reaping the rewards of a more profitable business, and a more wholesome place for employees to contribute their passions. From finishing school at the age of 16 and working at “Just Jeans”, to becoming CEO twice over, mentor, and author of “Leader by design”, Colleen’s journey is one to truly be admired. On this episode, you’ll hear about Colleen’s leadership trajectory, and how she has learned to navigate season’s of burnout and season’s of success. Colleen operates with strong family values, prioritising people at every turn, so when change inevitably presents itself, Colleen is one step ahead. This show is for the listener at all stages of their career journey. Whether you need a reminder to work hard where you’re at and watch your influence grow, or whether you’ve climbed to the top, yet need to re-align your values and get back to focusing on people and your own health. This episode has the potential to help you redefine your priorities, and look toward the future with calm confidence. ABOUT COLLEEN CALLANDER: https://www.colleencallander.com.au Colleen Callander – Former Sportsgirl CEO and Founder of Mentor Me Women and Author of ‘LEADER BY DESIGN’ Geelong born and raised, Colleen was brought up in a hard-working business focused family, where there was always a job to do. Colleen had her first taste of retail at the age of 16 and unbeknownst to her at the time this summer job would be the start of a retail career spanning over 30 years. Colleen is an award-winning CEO, has wealth of knowledge and a proven track record in building brands, creating a winning culture, building environments that allows people to be inspired and empowered. Colleen is now sharing not only the past 13 years experience as a CEO of two of Australia’s iconic fashion brands but also the past 30 years of her retail career. Colleen is an inspiration to women of all generations and wants to encourage women globally to have the confidence to believe in themselves, their ability, share their voice and find the superpower within. Colleen wants to inspire and empower women to lead in their own lives whether that be in boardrooms, organisations, communities or even the home. She wants them to believe in the power within and that it is possible to become the leader they always wanted to be in business and in life and together create a new era of leadership, one that leads with kindness, humility, self-awareness, on one that puts people at the heart of everything we do. Colleen is a LEADER BY DESIGN - (the title of her book) The book is her story from leaving school at the age of 16 to becoming CEO and everything in between. It shares how her upbringing influenced the women and leader she is today and how she nearly threw it all away when she faced burnout in 2007. Something many women can relate to. In the early years of her career, she looked up to and admired people with titles, level of authority and positions of power, labelling them leaders. What she learnt over time is that it is not someone’s title, level of authority or position of power that automatically qualifies them for leadership. In fact, Colleen shares that you don’t even need a title to be a leader. We have the ability to lead every day, with every action, every reaction, every interaction and every decision. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth, dynamic teams and culture worth reproducing email us here: email@example.com
61 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Casey Ellis on knowing when to step back from management in order to move forward in leadership
FLG_S2_E6 www.forleadersglobal.com In 2011, cyber security startup called “Bugcrowd” was founded by Casey Ellis. From a classic “write on a napkin” type of idea, registering a business name the same night, and swiftly moving overseas to start the business, Bugcrowd quickly became one of the most innovative companies in the cyber security field. Casey Ellis has a passion for hackers, but hackers who do good. Casey was ahead of the game in establishing the company, and in doing so solved some real threats of companies personal and professional information from being breached. *The focus for Casey was to be able to make the internet safer by finding problems and weaknesses before they arise. To do this, casey built a world class network of hackers who have both skill and character to do the job well.* (Maybe take those sentences out if too long) On this episode, you’ll hear Casey's story of how he made some really tough decisions to be able to prioritise the things that matter. To build a strong business while also keeping strong family values and work/life balance. He makes it sound easy, but it would have taken so much humility and courage to do so. This show is for the leader wanting to be challenged to grow in both technical expertise and people leadership. In turn, you’ll be encouraged to build a legacy in your business and make the world a better place without compromising on future goals. ABOUR CASEY ELLIS: https://www.bugcrowd.com/ Casey is the Founder, Chairman, and CTO of Bugcrowd. He is a 20 year veteran of information security, servicing clients ranging from startups to multinational corporations as a pentester, security and risk consultant and solutions architect, then most recently as a career entrepreneur. Casey pioneered the Crowdsourced Security as a Service model launching the first bug bounty programs on the Bugcrowd platform in 2012, and co-founded the https://disclose.io vulnerability disclosure standardization project in 2016. A proud ex-pat of Sydney Australia, Casey lives with his wife and two kids in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is happy as long as he’s passionately pursuing potential. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth, dynamic teams and culture worth reproducing email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
56 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Amy Silver on her new book called “The Loudest Guest” which centres around the idea of managing our relationship and response to fear
FLG_S2_E5 www.forleadersglobal.com How do we overcome fear, uncertainty or worry, especially considering the current world climate? Amy Silver dives into the the art of learning how to use fear in a helpful way, instead of letting fear use you. Amy talks through how to listen and hold space for fear, rather than being dominated by it. At the end of the day, fear is an inevitable and inescapable emotion in our human experience, and Amy takes us on a journey to re-frame it! On this episode of the For Leaders Global podcast, we hear about Amy’s new book, “The loudest guest”. With pen to paper, and a whole lot of academic expertise, Amy creatively explains the metaphor of fear being the loudest guest at the dinner party table, dominating the airtime. Through this, Amy invites us to self-reflect on our own personal relationship to fear, and how we respond to it. Furthermore, Amy explains the necessity of having a flexible backup plan when moving through fear, so you don’t get stuck in it, rather you’ll find growth, opportunity, pleasure & pride on the other side. This show is for the leader wanting to be able to change and control their relationship with fear so they can develop resilience, confidence, and have an increased understanding of vulnerability. In turn, the rewards will be huge. Applying this content has the potential to help you take back the focus, work the room, and be the best “dinner party” host you could be. ABOUT DR AMY SILVER: dramysilver.com Amy is a psychologist, speaker and facilitator. She is an expert in psychological and interpersonal safety. Fear restricts our capability, communication and implementation at work. Using her expertise (built over three decades) Amy’s clients build safe cultures characterised by high trust, courageous communication and behavioural flexibility. The result is an agile workforce who deliver remarkable achievements with high engagement and low interpersonal friction. Amy has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Masters in Forensic Psychiatry, Masters in Performance, Bachelor with Honours in Psychology and further therapeutic training in cognitive therapies such as Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Compassion Therapy and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. She is a contributing author to many books including the acclaimed Oxford Handbook of Behavioural Experiments (Oxford University), and has published her own book Conversations Create Growth for managers. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth, dynamic teams and culture worth reproducing email us here: email@example.com
45 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
Julia Steel on finding courage to turn good ideas into great outcomes through solving problems.
FLG_S2_E4 www.forleadersglobal.com Julia Steel on finding courage to turn good ideas into great outcomes through solving problems. Julia’s big idea is called ‘Nerves of Steel’. This idea is centred around having the courage to embrace the unknowns, embrace new ideas, and embrace the opportunities that come across your path. Julia’s strategy for this includes curiosity, exploration, and choosing to move and take action. On this episode, you’ll be sparked with possibility and hope, that you really have what it takes to accomplish the seemingly out of reach. Julia unpacks a simple way to identify what a great idea is by asking the question “Does this idea solve a problem?”. From there, Julia explains how the idea needs to be tested, measured and then set into motion according to your personal domain of influence. Julia also articulates the helpfulness of using visualisation techniques and how to work backwards from the future you want to see. This show is for the leader who wants to see their ideas become solidified into successful realities and quality outcomes. ABOUT JULIA STEEL: https://www.juliasteel.com/ Julia is a pro at dealing with uncertainty. After growing up in a military family and moving around the world as a kid, she built a reputation as a safe pair of hands leading organisations through uncertainty too. Having led some of the largest business and technology transformations in Australia and the UK, Julia knows that dealing with uncertainty – at work and in life – takes nerves of steel. Now a speaker, trainer and coach, she works with organisations, leaders and teams on what it means to stand up and be brave in the face of change. She is the author of Buy-in: How to Lead Change, Build Commitment, Inspire People and her most recent book Unit. Julia is also the creator and host of the VID19 Conference. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth, dynamic teams and culture worth reproducing email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
48 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Andrew Williams on using experiments to cultivate your leadership agility
FLG_S2_EP3: www.forleadersglobal.com About Andrew Williams: Andrew Williams is the Founder and Managing Director of Agility Consulting Group. He also goes by leadership enthusiast, coach, award-winning educator, facilitator, speaker, author and – most importantly – experimenter. Having spent almost two decades helping individuals and teams cultivate leadership agility, his passion and purpose is growth through experimentation. Clients appreciate his straight-up, direct approach that combines accountability with compassion and empathy. Whether he’s working with C-suite executives, running a team coaching session or chatting to someone in an elevator, what Andrew values most about his work is that every day brings the potential to help someone make progress on change that truly matters to them. Andrew’s book, Survive and Thrive: 120 ideas to cultivate your leadership agility, was released in 2019 and is available for purchase through his website, Amazon and Booktopia. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth, dynamic teams and culture worth reproducing email us here: email@example.com
53 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
Campbell Macpherson on The Power to Change
FLG_S2_E2 In this refreshingly candid conversation about change, Campbell Macpherson helps us understand that change really is a normal part of life and leadership. By demystifying this idea Campbell helps us understand that change is something that isn't really a new introduction to our current situation but something that eggs and flows with various degrees of intensity and paste. What's refreshing about this conversation is how human, honest and authentic Campbell makes change in the context of how we respond and feel about it. Referring to his new book “The Power to Change” he normalises all of the negative emotions that we have about change, including the loss and grief. In doing so, Campbell gives us practical tips and insights into how we respond to change that happens to us or change that happens by us. This show is for leaders looking to normalise the change experience for themselves and for the people that they lead so you can get the most out of the change experience. As Campbell says we are able to take a step back to detach, and lean into the change experience more intelligently and with better results. ABOUT CAMPBELL MACPHERSON: Campbell Macpherson is a sought-after speaker and international business adviser on leadership, strategy and change who splits his time between Australia and the UK. He is an Executive Fellow of Henley Business School and an award-winning author. His first book, The Change Catalyst (Wiley 2017), is about leading change and won the 2018 Business Book of the Year in London. His latest book, The Power to Change (Kogan Page 2020), about embracing change is out now. Both are available from Amazon US and UK, and Booktopia in Australia. More information about Campbell and the workshops and webinars he runs for leaders and employees can be found at: www.changeandstrategy.com For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth, dynamic teams and culture worth reproducing email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
64 minutes | May 3, 2021
Dov Baron on finding your dragon fire
Season 2: Episode 1 Dov Baron on finding your dragon fire [E] Explicit Content https://www.dovbaron.com/ About Dov Baron: Dov Baron is “The Dragonist”, guiding us in how to recognize and nurture dragons (the top talent) hidden in our organizations. A Dragon Leader is not a position, it’s someone who is always pushing to improve and wants those they serve to reach their full potential. Dov’s humour and no-BS style is contagious. As a master storyteller, he is considered to be the leading authority on actualized leadership. Actualized leadership means getting the result you set out to achieve in the most meaningful manner. Working with diverse leaders and executive teams, Dov filters common bonds to create Fiercely Loyal cultures. You can’t achieve loyalty without “meaning” and talent only stay when they feel they are a part of something larger than themselves. Besides being a bestselling author of One Red Thread and Fiercely Loyal: How High Performing Companies Develop and Retain Top Talent, Dov has been named one of Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers to Hire and as one of the Top 30 Global Leadership Guru's. He has spoken to the United Nations, The World Management Forum (Iran), The New York National Speakers Association, and The Servant Leadership Institute. In June 1990, while free rock climbing, Dov fell approximately 120 feet and landed on his face. The impact shattered most of the bone structure of his face. After ten reconstructive surgeries, no external evidence remains; however, this experience wasn’t just life-changing, it has been completely transformational. Dov shares how Dragons are born in fire, experiences that could potentially destroy you, instead can birth purpose, passion, and hunger to champion others to nurture the Dragon Fire in ourselves, our families, our communities, and our companies. Dov believes the world needs more "Dragon Leaders" committed to living their purpose, standing in their truth, and empowering others to find their fire and do the same. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing Join the free 5 Day Leadership Challenge https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth following and create culture worth reproducing email us here: email@example.com
71 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Gabrielle Dolan on the competitive advantage of storytelling for your personal and organisational brand.
FLG_010_BONUS Gabrielle Dolan on the competitive advantage of storytelling for your personal and organisational brand. Gabrielle Dolan is the OG of Business Storytelling and her latest Book “Magnetic Stories” is another incredibly helpful contribution into the art and science of storytelling that benefits your own personal brand and the brand of your Business. This show unpacks why storytelling for leaders really matters and also navigates us through the kinds of stories we can tell - all the while dispelling myths around WHO can become a storyteller and what we need to be focused on to begin this journey. Humans are wired for narrative. We are wired to place ourselves in a bigger story that calls us up into the purpose, values and culture that we aspire to belong to. Stories are at the heart of making this not just meaningful, but also memorable. Ral, as we call her, will step you through a process to become a master storyteller yourself so you can manage your own brand and build the brand of your business. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing Join the free 5 Day Leadership Challenge https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth following and create culture worth reproducing email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
51 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Brad Lomenick on leadership transitions, personal growth and staring down your demons.
FLG_026 Brad Lomenick on leadership transitions, personal growth and staring down your demons. At some point in your life and leadership you come to what most commentators call a ‘wall’, or a crisis of limitations or whatever you might choose to name the fact that you realise you’re not as good as you thought you were and you’re not as well formed as you thought you were. Enter Darb, the nemesis leader of Brad who had this confronting reality shown to him by his team when that called him out on how he was leading and what it was like to be on the other side of him. Fast Forward several years and you get THIS conversation. A leader who faced his challenges head on, made significant personal and professional changes and is better off for it in every way, and so are we. Brad’s humility and honesty with his own journey will give you great hope in facing your own challenges and being better for it. Brad Lomenick is an author, advisor and connector of leaders. For over a decade he led the Catalyst movement, which gathered hundreds of thousands of young leaders in the US. He’s authored two books, including The Catalyst Leader and H3 Leadership: Be Humble, Stay Hungry, Always Hustle. And Brad continues to gather leaders from around the world while also advising a handful of organizations. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing Join the free 5 Day Leadership Challenge https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth following and create culture worth reproducing email us here: email@example.com
54 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
Wendy Born on the surprising connection between raising kids and raising leaders.
FLG_009 Wendy Born on the surprising connection between raising kids and raising leaders. People challenges never really seem to go away do they? Sometimes your best and worst moments are with the SAME people. The key is realising you’ll have those challenges consistently and having a game plan to not just work through it but also thrive as a leader IN it. Wendy Born takes a refreshingly honest approach to what it takes to raise leaders at work by understanding what it takes to raise kids at home. The problems, disagreements and disconnections seem to be the same. What’s even more interesting is the answers seem to be the same, just applied differently in your workplace. With an elegant model and practical application in her new book ‘Raising Leaders’ Wendy will help you solve real leadership issues in an empowering way. ABOUT WENDY BORN: Wendy Born is an engaging facilitator, coach, speaker and author. She works with executives, senior leaders and leadership teams to create high-performance organisations that deliver that WOW-factor. Wendy has more than 25 years of experience in corporate and management roles. She holds qualifications in human resources, finance and operations management and is a certified personal and professional coach. Wendy is also a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School, Executive Education in 21st Century Leadership. This is her second book; The Languages of Leadership was published in 2019. For Leaders Global Resources: www.forleadersglobal.com Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing Join the free 5 Day Leadership Challenge https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth following and create culture worth reproducing email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
62 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Eloise Wellings on what happens whens dreams and purpose collide
Eloise Wellings on what happens whens dreams AND purpose collide Having started running at the age of 6, being selected at 16 to represent her country at the Olympics in her home country of Australia in 2000 only to see it taken from her through injury after qualifying and then missing two more Olympic opportunities Eloise Wellings is eminently qualified to talk about setbacks, heartbreaks, dreams and purpose. This conversation will unpack what a real shattered dream looks and feels like and also what finding new hope and purpose inside that experience can be if you’re looking. Eloise talks about how running found a greater purpose after her chance meeting with Julius Achon, fellow Olympian from Uganda, and her passion for humanitarian work through the Love Mercy Foundation. This show is for people who have a dream but need a purpose, have a shattered dream and need some hope and care about both their own success and the success of others. ABOUT ELOISE WELLINGS: Eloise is a two time Olympian and a nine-time National champion over the 5,000m and 10,000m track events. Eloise was a finalist at the World Championships in 2015 finishing 9th in the 5000m. She was the first female to be selected on the Rio Olympic team for 2016 where she ran the fastest time ever by an Australian woman at the Olympics over 10,000m Running 31 minutes and 14 seconds and placing 10th in the final. She also made the final of the 5,000m at the Rio Olympic Games and placed 9th in the final. Eloise has competed for Australia at 4 Commonwealth Games with her best result being 4th in the 5,000m in a time of 15.00. Eloise is the Co-Founder of the Love Mercy Foundation, working alongside Northern Ugandan communities to find sustainable solutions to poverty. Eloise speaks at high schools across the country with her presentation called “An Olympians guide to positive mindset”, she co-hosts a podcast called “What’s Right Within” and has written an upcoming book called “One More Try”. Eloise is also Mum to 7 year old India and 10 month old Sonny. https://www.lovemercyfoundation.org/ https://www.eloisewellings.com.au/ For Leaders Global Resources: Join the free 5 Day Leadership Challenge https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth following and create culture worth reproducing email us here: email@example.com
43 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Dr Jenny Brockis on why a thriving mind is a key to a satisfying life.
FLG_008_Bonus Dr Jenny Brockis on why a thriving mind is a key to a satisfying life. Have you heard the phrase “live your best life” So have we. Most people I know want to live their best life, the real question is HOW? What do we need to start, stop or continue doing that will, over time, help you create the kind of life you most want to enjoy and experience? Dr Jenny Brockis answers that question with brain based research in her book Thriving Minds (Wiley 2020) Jenny takes you on a journey through life’s everyday ups and downs, things we all have to navigate and some of the more challenging aspects of mental health and relationship breakdowns. Using a practical, research base Jenny guides you through understanding how to fully engage your emotions. Learn how to be more resilient and have more energy, and take full control of your life so it really can become the best life you’ve always wanted, with this handbook to get you there. About Dr Jenny Brockis: https://www.drjennybrockis.com/ Dr. Jenny Brockis is a medical practitioner and board-certified lifestyle medicine physician, specialising in brain health and mental performance. She works to inspire others to become the best versions of themselves by translating the findings of neuroscience and positive psychology into simple practical tools that enable people to work smarter not harder. With three decades experience of working with people, she understands that while intentions may be good, changing behaviours is not always easy! An international speaker, trainer and author of three books including the best-selling “Future Brain” (Wiley), Jenny is frequently sought after as a media commentator. When not speaking, researching or writing, Dr. Jenny loves to spend time with her family, travel to new destinations and continues to challenge her long-standing fear of heights. For Leaders Global Resources: Join the free 5 Day Leadership Challenge https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth following and create culture worth reproducing email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
57 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Joel Cave on starting from scratch and why growth and innovation are core drivers for leadership
For Leaders Global Leaders Worth Following | Culture Worth Reproducing Joel Cave on starting from scratch and why growth and innovation are core drivers for leadership. If we told you that Joel and Ellen Cave launched a startup in 2013 that now has several thousand adherents in 2 major capital cities and the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, 3 bases in the UK and a 5-year vision to be in Asia and North America would you want to know what drives him? We would, Joel’s inspiring perspective on what it has been like to plant and grow a thriving local church is an inspirational model of personal and organisational leadership - all the while maintaining a balance with family and other core life disciplines. You get a front-row seat into his mindset and beliefs that have shaped this unique community and organisation. In this show, you will be both inspired to dream bigger and also challenged to plan with great detail and commitment to ensure the success of the plan and for the benefit of others. Who is Joel Cave? Joel Cave is the Senior Pastor and founder of Glow Church. He has been married to Ellen for 19 years and has three incredible kids. They pioneered Glow Church on the Gold Coast in 2013 and in seven years the church has grown to over 4000 people, across three major cities in Australia. Joel is a visionary leader, who is radically changing the way people engage with church culture and growth strategies. A hallmark of his leadership is his intentionality in raising up leaders through authentic discipleship and risk-taking. He will inspire you through his relational and challenging communication style, to think differently and approach church leadership in a new way. Website: https://glowchurch.com/ ________________________________ For Leaders Global Resources: Join the free 5 Day Leadership Challenge https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge To get in contact with us and talk about how we can help you build leaders worth following and create culture worth reproducing email us here: email@example.com
44 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Fiona Robertson on why we look for culture in all the wrong places and what the new rules of belonging are.
_FLG_007_BONUS Fiona Robertson on why we look for culture in all the wrong places and what the new rules of belonging are. Workplace culture is widely discussed and wildly misunderstood says Fiona Robertson in her recent (2020) Book “Rules of Belonging” The most common misconception is measuring workplace engagement and calling it “culture” Fiona’s take on how Culture is a set of rules of belonging is refreshing and human. This conversation navigates you through the WHAT, the WHY and the HOW which is a super helpful place for leaders to start from. Exactly HOW do we begin the place of noticing and naming what our culture is and then go about transforming it to what we want it to be! This show is for the leader who needs to transform or create a new workplace culture and wants a step by step, proven method to make it happen. ABOUT FIONA ROBERTSON: https://fionarobertson.com/ Fiona Robertson is an expert in organisational culture, leadership and teamwork who holds an MBA from London Business School and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and the Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership. She is the former Head of Culture for the National Australia Bank, has worked in and consulted to dozens of bluechip corporates and all levels of government in Australia, and coached numerous senior executives in large and small organisations. Other clients have included the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), ANZ Bank, NCR, Monash College, Swinburne University, RMIT Online and IBM. Fiona is now an independent culture change keynote speaker, facilitator and coach for senior executives. This is her first book. For Leaders Global: Resources to help you become and build leaders worth following and culture worth reproducing. www.forleadersglobal.com Take the free Leadership Assessment and discover your leadership voice order and what it's like to be on the other side of you. Link here: www.forleadersglobal.com Leadership Accelerator: https://www.forleadersglobal.com/leadershipaccelerator
53 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Jane Anderson on the art and science of personal branding, tribe and leadership mindset
For Leaders Global: Resources to help you become and build leaders worth following and culture worth reproducing. www.forleadersglobal.com Leadership Accelerator: https://www.forleadersglobal.com/leadershipaccelerator About Jane Anderson Jane Anderson is a Strategic Communications expert. With over 20 years’ experience in Personal Branding, Content Creation and Tribe Building. She has worked with over 100,000 people on building more trust and influence in their businesses and brands. Her clients include some of the world’s leading experts in their field as well as iconic brands such as Virgin Australia, Lego, Ikea, Rio Tinto and Origin Energy. Jane has recently been voted in the top 3 branding gurus globally. She has won International Stevie Awards for Women in Business and nominated in the Telstra Business Women Awards 7 times. She also has one of the top 1% of most viewed LinkedIn profiles. She is the host of the iTunes podcast "The Jane Anderson Show" interviewing people like Seth Godin and has been featured in Business Insider, Sky Business, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. She is also on Forbes Coaches Council. Known for helping people become prolific, she recently helped over 500 influencers create over $50 million of IP in two days. She is the author of seven books including “Catalyst Content: Create a Piece of Purposeful Content in Less than 10 Minutes.
53 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Dr Karen Morley on how to acknowledge, address and beat gender bias.
BONUS Dr Karen Morley on how to acknowledge, address and beat gender bias. This week we celebrated International Women's Day and the timeliness of this conversation could not be better. Karen’s new book “Beating Gender Bias” persuasively challenge what we don’t know, elegantly reframes the conversation around gender as opposed to just women and expertly engages both individuals and organisations to be part of the solution. That said, every professional woman we speak, and many men, are looking for not just what has to change but HOW it can be different and this conversation with Karen highlights the importance of leading the way when it comes to Gender bias in our organisational culture, team work and at even more granular levels in how to change the conversations and meetings to reflect great gender equity. This show will give you two big things. Firstly it will give you optimism and hope that we can all be part of the change that needs to take place. Secondly, it will give you practical steps to make the personal changes that need to take place as well as the more substantive, organisational changes, that need to occur. Dr Karen Morely brilliantly helps us with the what, why and how in her book ‘Beating Gender Bias.” About Dr Karen Morley: Karen Morley is an authority on the benefits of gender balanced leadership and how to help women to succeed at work. It’s her own history of experiencing difference and exclusion that drives Karen’s motivation to beat bias. She’s working hard to help leaders understand the value of inclusive leadership to organisational as well as social outcomes. Karen has helped organisations like Bunnings, CSL, Department of Education, Department of Justice, Downer, Fulton Hogan Australia, HASSELL, Melbourne Water, QBE, Officeworks, and the University of Melbourne on their diversity and inclusion programs. She has previously published Gender-Balanced Leadership: An Executive Guide to help organisations be fairer and get great results and Lead like a Coach: How to Make the Most of Any Team to help leaders increase engagement and get better work done. Website: https://www.karenmorley.com.au/ For Leaders Global: Resources to help you become and build leaders worth following and culture worth reproducing. www.forleadersglobal.com Leadership Accelerator: https://www.forleadersglobal.com/leadershipaccelerator
39 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Nona Jones from Facebook on how she overcame personal trauma and turned it into professional triumph.
Nona Jones: Stories of triumph are inspiring, right? Nona Jones is one such story. Openly sharing her abusive childhood, her driven early adulthood and her transformation to an inspiring leader and head of faith-based partnerships at Facebook will give you both the inspiration and the pathway to what might be the start of your own healing journey. Nona is unapologetically bold and raw about her brokenness and also wise in the way she owns her unresourceful thinking and behaviour. Her journey through forgiveness to wholeness to ongoing disciplines that keep her healthy and effective is simply inspiring. The serendipitous moments of her life and career are incredible to listen to as her deep trust in a future that wasn’t yet clear helped her make bold choices that have paid off big time! Expect to hear a raw and honest account of how Nona suffered growing up, expect also to hear how she slowly came to realise what the critical steps to her own healing were and how her brokenness acted out in her professional life. Also expect to hear about a woman who has great faith, courageous conviction and infectious optimism about what’s possible when your life is lived from the inside out. Nona Jones is a rare combination of preacher, author, business executive, entrepreneur, media personality and worship leader. In her day job she serves as the Head of Global Faith-Based Partnerships at Facebook where she leads the company’s work with faith-based organizations around the world. She is also CEO of eChurch Partners and is set to release her memoir, Success from the Inside Out, with Zondervan Publishers in 2020. Her memoir chronicles her unlikely story of success after a childhood filled with physical and sexual abuse between the ages of 5 and 11. Since being licensed into the gospel ministry at the age of 17, Nona has preached around the world. As a business executive and entrepreneur, she has been profiled by ESSENCE Magazine as an “Under 40 Woman to Watch” and Florida Trend Magazine as one of Florida’s “30-Something All Stars.” She has also been featured on TBN, CBN News and The Word Network. She holds a Bachelor in Communications and Master of Business Administration from the University of Florida where she has been recognized as an Outstanding Young Alumnus and she has completed graduate studies at the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation. She is a graduate of Leadership Florida and the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program, a joint initiative of President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton. She also holds memberships in The Links, Incorporated and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She and her husband, Pastor Tim, lead Open Door Ministries in Gainesville, FL and are the proud parents of two boys, Timothy, Jr. (9) and Isaac (6), and Goldendoodle girl Shiloh (2). For Leaders Global: Resources to help you become and build leaders worth following and culture worth reproducing. www.forleadersglobal.com Leadership Accelerator: https://www.forleadersglobal.com/leadershipaccelerator
58 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Brett Kelly unpacks his enduring philosophy on life and business and his latest book Investment Wisdom.
For Leaders Global: 'Helping Organisations Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing' Learn More Here: www.forleadersglobal.com FLG_005_BONUS Brett Kelly unpacks his enduring philosophy on life and business and his latest book Investment Wisdom. This is one of THOSE interviews. You turn up expecting to unpack the why and how of Brett’s new book Investment Wisdom and he shares 25 years of leadership and life wisdom. Unmissable. Challenging. To the point. Brett is a clear thinker, a straight shooter and holds deep convictions about life, business, and leadership. This is more than clear in this show as he unpacks how he became a student of not just leadership but wisdom, and the high esteem he places in seeking and holding to wisdom. To draw out the deep lessons, the deep learnings and how others have created a life worth living. Listen for how Brett himself remains a student, genuinely wants to hear of and add to the success of others, and how he his high standards for himself and his business because its work worth doing for people who matter. You’ll also enjoy over 250 years of investment wisdom in his new book, available now. ABOUT BRETT KELLY: Sydney-based Brett Kelly is the author of best-selling books Collective Wisdom (1998), Universal Wisdom (2005), Business Owners’ Wisdom (2012), and a practical pocketbook on managing personal finance, Your Money, Your Choice (2015). Brett has received a number of awards for his work, and is the Founder and CEO of Kelly Partners Chartered Accountants, the leading ASX-listed accounting firm for private business owners in Australia. He is intensely interested in people from all walks of life and has presented to more than 200,000 people nationally.
59 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Steven Coote on Executive Leadership Insights, Educational Innovation & Lessons Learned
5 Day Leadership Challenge: Better Leaders | Better Teams [FREE] 8th-12 February 2021 Learn More here: https://www.forleadersglobal.com/5DayLeadershipChallenge COMING SOON: The next Leadership Accelerator 2021 https://www.forleadersglobal.com/leadershipaccelerator For Leaders Global: Build Leaders Worth Following & Culture Worth Reproducing https://www.forleadersglobal.com Steve Coote on his lessons in educational leadership and why ordinary leadership is anything but. Being proactive about what you’re learning and how to reframe the role of a leader is critical in this particularly disruptive time. Steve Coote has this on overdrive in this interview as he reflects on his own learnings from a varied career that has seen him reach the pinnacle leadership role in significant schools and now resetting his thinking around discovering and shaping the qualities of the people entrusted to you. In this conversation, you’ll hear wisdom on over two decades of leadership, how he challenges himself to improve from the inside out and what his views on ordinary leadership are anything but ordinary. Steve unpacks an often espoused but rarely applied idea around flattening the leadership hierarchy and widening the leadership opportunity by noticing and celebrating the extraordinary “ordinary” things people do day in and day out to serve, influence and build. ABOUT STEVEN COOTE: Steven is an educator and innovator with experience as a teacher, School Leader and Principal. He has consulted internationally and has led projects in designing, constructing and evaluating learning communities that showcase a commitment to research, innovation and ‘futures’ awareness. He was even invited to the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations at Windsor Castle. Steven has one rule that underwrites everything he does - people count!
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