Take The Lead

Diane Hamilton

Released on: 7/24/2019

Keep Leading Podcast

Eddie Turner

Released on: 5/23/2019

NSA NYC Excellence Personified

Lou Diamond

Released on: 5/1/2019

The RESPECT Podcast with Mike Domitrz

Mike Domitrz

Released on: 1/9/2019

Consulting Success Podcast

Michael Zipursky

Released on: 1/7/2019

Businesses That Care Podcast

Julie Ann Sullivan

Released on: 12/30/2018

Training Unleashed

Drew Reading

Released on: 12/10/2018

Sales Fuel

C. Lee Smith and Audrey Strong

Released on: 11/6/2018

A Year of Listening

Coleen Kehoe Powell

Released on: 4/5/2018


Lou Diamond

Released on: 2/10/2018

Blog and Articles

Last year I hosted a going away party for a close friend. It was a small gathering of some of his closest relationships. Within two weeks of the party, my friend would be deployed to Afghanistan where he would spend the next year aiding the military reduction in force.As he sat in my living room pondering his uncertain future, we each took turns, expressing our love for he and his family, providing words of encouragement, and vowing to protect and
I’ve heard the conversation a hundred times. I can’t tell you how it starts, but at some point, a manager says, “We need to figure out a way to hire better people. It’s hard to find good people who work harder and show more initiative. If we just hire the right people we can increase our engagement.” They’ll often throw in, “This generation just doesn’t like to work.” It’s as though there is something wrong in the hiring process and
Nowadays you can’t go 20 minutes without seeing an article contrasting leaders and managers. Leaders are described as those who inspire, motivate, and empower. They establish direction, create vision and clarify the big picture. Managers by contrast plan and organize. They oversee a team of employees, manage schedules and activities, establish rules and procedures, provide structure and ensure that things run smoothly. Being a leader has become the Holy Grail of business whereas managers have become second-class citizens. In fact,