“Welcome To The Lead From The Heart Podcast”
Podcast 003: Tom Peters
Legendary leadership author, Tom Peters could easily be reclining on a New England beach these days. But he’s by no means the retiring type. Instead, he just published his 17th book, “The Excellence Dividend,”and continues to challenge workplace leaders around the globe to reinvent how they lead and manage.
As you’ll soon hear, Peters brings so much passion to this interview and shares a leadership vision every manager on the globe would be wise to embrace. A must listen!
Podcast 001: Jim Kouses
Thirty-years ago, Jim Kouzes and his collaborator Barry Posner wrote The Leadership Challenge – a book that has sold 2.5 million copies and is taught in universities and management classes around the world. As the author of five other best-selling leadership books, a consultant and a Fellow of Leadership at the Leavey Business School at Santa Clara University, Kouzes was one of the earliest people to urge managers to purposefully affect employees’ hearts. Listen in as he shares his uncommon management wisdom, and explains why caring about the human needs in workers is the most enlightened way of driving sustainably great performance.
Podcast 002: Adam Bryant
Imagine having the opportunity to interview hundreds of the business world’s top CEOs and to hear them describe their leadership philosophy, not to mention the successes and failures that shaped their thinking.
For eight years, Adam Bryant did that exact thing as the creator and writer of the New York Times ‘ highly popular “Corner Office” column. In our discussion, we ask Adam what traits stood out amongst all these leaders, and what they collectively have to teach us that can help make all of us better managers.
Podcast 000: Mark C. Crowley
The expression “Lead From The Heart” elicits different meanings to different people, so Mark uses his first podcast to introduce himself, his vision for the show and some clarity around his leadership philosophy. Interviewed by his friend and “Blip” author, Ken Boynton, Mark talks about his best-selling book, the kinds of guests he plans to bring on the podcast and why he believes listening in will be highly worthwhile for anyone seeking to excel as a 21st Century leader.