56 minutes | May 4, 2021

Episode 105 | How To Be An Effective Leader: An Interview with Daniel Harkavy + Meet 4Sight Coach Trey McKnight

All leaders strive to be good leaders. But, when we dig a little deeper into what we really mean by that, it's very possible that we truly mean we want to be effective as leaders. This week's episode features the perfect guide for each of us in the pursuit of becoming more effective leaders. Daniel Harkavy has been coaching business leaders to peak levels of performance, efficacy, and fulfillment for more than twenty-five years, and his conversation with Jenni is rich with applicable wisdom for leaders at any level. 

In this episode you'll learn...

  • why effective is the right goal
  • how to make a plan for your life
  • the role of feelings in our leadership
  • the power of intentional curiosity
  • how to steward your influence
  • the 7 perspectives of effective leaders

About Daniel Harkavy
Over the past 25 years, Daniel Harkavy has coached thousands of business leaders to peak levels of performance, efficacy and fulfillment. In 1996, he harnessed his passion for coaching teams and leaders and founded Building Champions Inc., where he serves as CEO and Executive Coach. Today the company has nearly fifty employees, with a team of twenty executive and leadership coaches who provide guidance to thousands of clients and organizations.

7 Perspectives of Effective Leaders

Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want

Becoming a Coaching Leader



Meet 4Sight Coach Trey McKnight

Trey is a visionary leader, live event host, fitness enthusiast and communicator with an intense passion for life, people, and inspiring life change in people.

He is the Chief of Operations and Camp Director at BigStuf Ministries, and has worked with The Global Leadership Network, The John Maxwell Company, Chick-fil-A, Orange, North Point Ministries, Regal Boats, and many others.

In 2020, he founded the Inspire to Move Podcast, aiming to build a community and inspire others to move intentionally toward positive life change.

He believes genuine and intentional connection “offstage” is just as powerful and necessary as strong communication “onstage”, and values both tremendously. His engaging and energetic style of communication draws from a wide range of experiences as a worship leader, pastor, firefighter, corporate sales rep, personal trainer, husband, and father.  He is passionate about helping others find their significance in their unique design.

Trey lives in north Atlanta with his beautiful wife Jamie and their two boys.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Team Culture Development
  • Culture and Leadership Through Fitness
  • Motivation – Strength and Courage
  • Digital Audience Engagement
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