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The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
41 minutes | 8 days ago
Ep 084: Reinventing Yourself, Sadie Robertson Huff, Paula Faris & Jason Jaggard
Is God trying to move you into a new season? Are you feeling an ache in your spirit? All leaders experience seasons of reinvention that are both exhilarating and terrifying. And as you grow in your leadership, you start to recognize the internal and external signs indicating its time to chart a new course. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, Sadie Roberson Huff, Paula Faris and elite executive coach Jason Jaggard discuss the key questions you should ask yourself as you consider a big move and the truths you can lean into to calm your fear.
42 minutes | a month ago
Ep 083: Leading Through the Dip, Craig Groeschel & Danielle Strickland
All organizations and systems go through inevitable cycles of birth, growth and maturity, decline and even death. We all enjoy leading when things are going up and to the right, but how do you lead through a season of decline, or the dip? In this important conversation with Danielle Strickland, long-term leader Craig Groeschel dives into what it takes to lead effectively through the dip. When leaders are willing to pivot and think about change in more helpful ways, the dip can actually springboard your organization to new levels of success and engagement.
34 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep 082: The Emotionally Safe Leader, Lysa TerKeurst & Jason Jaggard
“Leadership is hard, and you will get hurt,” says author Lysa TerKeurst. While forgiveness is more commonly addressed in a counselor’s office than a corporate boardroom, Lysa TerKeurst cites evidence that a leader’s ability to forgive is a game-changer for organizational culture. In this episode, Lysa sits down for a vulnerable conversation with elite executive coach, Jason Jaggard, challenging you to work toward forgiveness and create emotionally safe workplaces where innovation can flourish.
37 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 081: Lies About Work, Marcus Buckingham & Kim Simios
As a leader, you’ve likely received training about the importance of company culture, strategic planning and feedback. Training on the implementation of these leadership tools has become essential for every leader. But researcher, Marcus Buckingham says, “Wait.” Based on his observations about the real world of work and multiple research studies, he began to question some of the most venerated truisms of business, daring to suggest the key to organizational success actually happens on the team level. In this fascinating conversation with business leader, Kim Simios, Marcus unpacks three of his “nine lies about work” and explains how you can become more human in the ways you manage people while at the same time increase productivity and engagement.
38 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 080: Your Leadership Pace, Michael Todd & Jason Jaggard
How fast is your leadership pace these days? Are you running so fast that you don’t have any time for friends, family, reflection and growth? Are you sensing a lack of peace? Or are you in a slower season where it might be time to step back into a challenging vision again? Pastor Michael Todd discovered a surprising truth about the pace of leadership when he made the choice to stride instead of strive. By choosing a slower and more intentional pace, he not only found more peace in his life, but amazing things started to happen. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, elite executive coach Jason Jaggard interviews Pastor Mike about how to find your optimal leadership pace.
49 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 079: Leadership & the Race Conversation, Part 2 Dr. David Anderson and David Livermore Ph.D.
Our nation continues to be stirred by racial injustice and social unrest. At the Global Leadership Network, we recognize these are universal issues requiring leaders to step up and engage. Research shows increasing diversity on teams and in every sector of society improves productivity and moral, adding value within organizations. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, we asked Dr. David Anderson and Dr. David Livermore to have a Part 2 conversation on racial and cultural intelligence. They go into the tough topics—institutional racism, the efficacy of protest, the concept of reverse-racism and what you can do to lead with truth and grace in this cultural moment.
35 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 078: Called Out, Paula Faris & Craig Groeschel
Over the course of your life and career, you have probably experienced a reset. Paula Faris’ reset came when she realized her high-flying career was clashing with the values she claimed to profess. So, she gave up two dream jobs in order to more fully live her purpose. Along the way, she discovered some insights into the perils of being addicted to work, the nature of calling and the presence of fear alongside of peace. In this episode, Summit Champion, Craig Groeschel interviews Paula about what it means to be called out.
44 minutes | 5 months ago
Multiply Your Time, Rory Vaden & Jason Jaggard
Time is a limited commodity. What if you could develop a new relationship with time that would free you up to work on your most important projects or connect with the people and causes you care about most? In this practical and counter-intuitive interview with elite executive coach Jason Jaggard, best-selling author Rory Vaden describes the strategic mindset that will actually allow you to multiply your time. Walk away with surprising ways you can stop wasting time, gain productivity and increase your quality of life.
51 minutes | 6 months ago
Ep 076: Leading Through Influence, Michael Todd & Craig Groeschel
What would you do if your modestly sized leadership platform expanded overnight? What if you suddenly found yourself being called an influencer. In this crossover episode from the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig interviews pastor Michael Todd whose ministry went viral in 2018, gaining hundreds of thousands of followers in a six-month period after someone shared one of his videos on Twitter. In this episode, they discuss how influence and fame are different and how fame alone isn't leadership. Listen in and learn how to build trust, lead up and leverage technology to grow your ability to truly influence others.
34 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 075: Leadership & the Race Conversation Part 1, David Livermore Ph.D. & Dr. David Anderson
Our nation is stirred by ongoing racial injustice. At the Global Leadership Network, we know the challenges of discrimination and racial injustice are universal issues requiring leaders to step up and engage. Research shows that increasing diversity on teams in every sector improves productivity, morale and adds value within organizations and to those they serve. This episode is a re-release of a candid conversation between Dr. David Anderson and David Livermore, Ph.D. on racial and cultural intelligence. In this conversation, Anderson and Livermore model the challenges inherent in a multicultural dialogue, encouraging teams to ask uncomfortable questions, listen well and wrestle with the implications of difference.
48 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 074: Danielle Strickland and Sam Collier on Better Together
Our world is riddled with injustice. In the #MeToo and #ChurchToo era, many of us have been wondering how to move towards healing. This episode of The GLS Podcast is a special crossover episode from the For The Good podcast, featuring a conversation between justice advocate Danielle Strickland and For the Good co-host, Sam Collier, about her latest book Better Together. You will also hear from producer, Ashlyn Ochoa. Danielle is helping us reimagine a better future where men and women can heal the divide and transform the future together. Join this conversation and be moved by Danielle’s stories, challenged by the principles she shares and ultimately inspired to use your inherent power for the good.
26 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 073: Chris Voss on Facing Fear In Uncertain Situations
On May 5, 2020, the GLSnext Event Series hosted Chris Voss for a highly-relevant online event on Facing Fear in Uncertain Situations. Drawing upon 24-years of real-life experience as an FBI hostage negotiator, Chris shared seven key relational intelligence strategies that he used to lead people through unpredictable and fear-filled situations. If the team you lead, or anyone in your life, is struggling with fear in this season, this can’t-miss episode will help you calm the situation and help them move forward.
83 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 072: Juliet Funt, Dr. Henry Cloud, Patrick Lencioni & Craig Groeschel on Trailblazing in Uncertainty
On April 30, 2020, the GLSnext Event Series hosted a high-impact online event with top-rated Summit faculty Juliet Funt, Patrick Lencioni and Dr. Henry Cloud, hosted by Craig Groeschel. During this event, they discussed ways to lead and move forward during this season of uncertainty. “We’re in an in-between time,” said Dr. Cloud. “Like the moment on a trapeze when you are going from one trapeze to another.” Drawing from their expertise in organizational psychology, organizational health and productivity, you are not going to want to miss this conversation. Get ready to gain new insights and practical tools to thrive during this season and come out stronger on the other side.
33 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 071: Craig Groeschel on Leading Through the Storm
During the global coronavirus pandemic, the Global Leadership Network has felt the call to equip and inspire leaders with practical support for leading in crisis. On April 30, 2020, we hosted a special coaching event with Summit Champion, Craig Groeschel for our audience of global leaders across Canada, Latin America, Africa, India and Europe. Wherever you find yourself right now, whether you are on lockdown or starting to re-enter, you will find wisdom and encouragement in Craig’s message on “Leading through the Storm”.
29 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 070: Nona Jones on Social Leadership
The social distancing we are experiencing in the Spring of 2020 has caused individuals and organizations to lean into digital communication like never before. Businesses and churches are sensing an urgent need to ramp-up their ability to effectively use social technology and build community online. In this impactful GLSnext Event session, recorded in February 2020, Facebook executive Nona Jones provides timely instruction about the key mindset and tactics you will need to build meaningful social relationships on digital platforms.
22 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 069: Craig Groeschel on Leading from Home
During the COVID-19 crisis of early 2020, many teams are working remotely from home. In this season, meetings are over video, communication is sometimes indirect, and leadership has unique challenges. In addition to the physical differences and requirements of working from home, team members may also feel emotionally disoriented. For some team members, they may be stressed because they have even more work than normal—and for other team members, they may feel guilt over not having enough to contribute. In this cross-over episode from the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig shares his top tips for Leading from Home.
34 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 068: Leading Through Crisis with Craig Groeschel
The COVID-19 crisis of 2020 has impacted the entire planet. Healthcare systems are being stretched to the brink. Non-essential businesses and churches are being asked to close their doors. We are all being asked to stay home and wear masks in public. In times like this, your leadership is needed more than ever. As the crisis spread around the world, Summit Champion Craig Groeschel hosted several webinars for our global partners. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, we are sharing that impactful content with our podcast audience. Craig will help us put this crisis into a broader perspective and share a very practical exercise that will help you step out of the urgent and identify your most important priorities in this ever-changing time.
33 minutes | a year ago
Episode 067: Chris Voss and Paula Faris on Negotiation
As former lead kidnapping negotiator for the FBI, master negotiator Chris Voss trains and advises leaders on complex mediations. In this engaging interview, Paula Faris draws out stories from bank robbery and kidnapping negotiations–drawing out transferrable learnings along the way. Learn how Chris uses the specific techniques of mirroring, positive endings and identifying fear to build the tactical empathy that leads to positive outcomes.
38 minutes | a year ago
Episode 066: Patrick Lencioni and Kim Simios on The Motive
You were encouraged to become a leader. You believe that leadership is the reward for all your hard work. However, now that you’ve attained the title, you find parts of the job to be really difficult – and you find yourself saying, “I didn’t sign up for this!” Patrick Lencioni suggests that you should examine your motive for becoming a leader in the first place. He says that leadership is not a reward. Instead, leadership is a responsibility and a burden worth bearing for others. You are not going to want to miss this convicting and insightful conversation drawing practical application from Pat’s newly-released book, The Motive.
37 minutes | a year ago
Episode 065: Jo Saxton and Jason Jaggard on Wellness
In her Global Leadership Summit 2019 talk, Jo Saxton advocated for leaders to pay attention to their wellness and well-being. Her memorable quote, “You have one body and your leadership lives in it,” resonated with our audience. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, she explores the wellness topic more deeply with podcast host Jason Jaggard. In her warm and accessible way, Jo tackles tough topics like the importance of rest, the work of therapy and the challenges of imposter syndrome.
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