"If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it." — Margaret Fuller
Learning from others is a gift, one that I wish I would have learned more intentionally earlier in my career. This is why I've compiled a select list of podcast interviews with leaders who inspire me. Because I believe leadership is a mindset, not a title. Check out these interviews and claim your own leadership story.
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Karen Knab, Executive Leadership Coach and Conflict Resolution Expert
Have you ever witnessed a leader transform a conflict into an opportunity for growth? That's exactly the kind of transformation Karen Knab, former marriage and family therapist turned leadership coach, specializes in. Her journey from passive to assertive leadership is inspiring; it's a masterclass for anyone at the helm of a business or team.
It's a common myth that career success and interpersonal skills go hand in hand – but Karen is here to set the record straight. We strip down the nature of conflict to its core, revealing it as a neutral event ripe with potential for positive outcomes if navigated correctly.
For those ready to lead with integrity, courage, and empathy, Karen's insights and the resources discussed in this episode offer a beacon of hope and guidance on your leadership journey.
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Rebekah Sweeney, Sr Dir Programs & Policy
A crucial part of leadership that often goes unnoticed is the importance of authenticity and purpose. Rebekah shares her personal experiences, underscoring the significance of positivity, transparency, and self-awareness in the workspace. Hear how the joy of serving others and celebrating their victories, can instill a sense of fulfillment and purpose in your career.
With a focus on her intended legacy at the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association and in life, we explore the pivotal role of caring and supporting her team and Association members in achieving this vision. This enriching conversation sheds light on working relationships, daily support, and the legacy we craft every day. Prepare to be inspired and empowered!
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Jake Bittle, Author, The Great Displacement
Imagine understanding the nuances of writing about climate change and American migration in a way so clear, it's like you're looking through a freshly cleaned window. That's the experience Jake Biddle, author of The Great Displacement, provides in this enlightening chat. Jake highlights his intersection of climate change and journalism, revealing his motivation to take action on complex topics. We track his two-year journey of research and writing, while he discusses the key role humility plays in journalism.
Jake shares his aspirations for his work's enduring impact and the importance of storytelling.This episode is a treasure trove of insights on climate change, journalism, and leadership.
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Anita Miller, Certified Coach
Have you ever felt voiceless in your career? Tune into our latest episode with confidence coach Anita Miller as she shares her journey from losing her business during the pandemic, to the corporate world to entrepreneurship and her key to success: reclaiming power. Anita generously shares her inspiring journey, from the corporate world to entrepreneurship, highlighting the critical lessons she learned during her challenging times, particularly the power of asking for help and valuing strong support systems.
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Jim Matheson, CEO NRECA
What drives Jim Matheson's, CEO of NRECA leadership strategy? It's the power of communication. Effective communication is not only a key skill for success, but it also sets the tone and inspires others to perform effectively. It's a powerful tool that can bridge divides and bring about consensus in a world where differences often take center stage. Dive into our latest episode for a refreshing perspective amidst the challenges of leadership and cultural change.
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Jonathan Woahn, Co-Founder BookClub
Leaders are readers. Why? Because they spend time and energy on solving challenges. Books provide insights, new ways of thinking, solutions to combat the chaos and complexity of the business world. Check out this week's podcast with Jonathan Woahn, Head of Customer for BookClub. He shares the exciting discoveries of the powerful impact of bookclubs on team performance. Learn how this organization can unleash the power of learning, and also promote psychological safety in your team.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Ryan Gottfredson, Ph.D., Author
Do you want to know what differentiates good leaders from great ones? Explore not just what you need to do to lead....but who you need to be as a leader. In this podcast interview, I had the pleasure of discussing these insights with Ryan Gottfredson who's worked with thousands of leaders on their beliefs, and their mindsets. Best selling author of Success Mindsets and The Elevated Leader (run and get them!). Listen now to understand how these insights can take you from good to truly remarkable.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Kristin Polywacz, Director Organizational Development & Learning
Meet Kristin, educator, coach, lifelong learner, and a visionary in the learning space. Listen as she describes what inspired a change in organization and industry after 20 years in academics. And as she reveals the time her Jenga tower was toppled and how she built it, and herself back up even stronger.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Francois Brunet, CISSP, Ph.D. Electrical Engineering
Meet Francois Brunet. Canadian born leader, former colleague, electrical engineer, laser expert, IT manager, author, committed student of life, and beloved friend. He inspires me with his personal mission--which he passionately carries out....To be gentlemanly, courteous, kind, thoughtful, creative, disciplined, grateful. To give back more love than he receives. I can attest to these virtues and more.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Allie Brawley, Director Communications & Studio Owner
Can you balance an A+ style with a yogi mindset? @AllieBrowley answers this question and more in her podcast interview.....her leadership lessons learned. And how she came to lead with resilience, self awareness, and at the foundation, her values.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Adam Marsh, Civil Engineer, P.E.
Are you a seller/doer? Balancing business development and executing the work? Learn about Adam's strategies, amongst other lessons learned in the engineering world for 15 years. Challenges? Yes. He'll share the story that changed him professionally and personally. And why he believes that physical and mental health are keys to his success.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Laurie Zoerb, Realtor
What leadership characteristics does it take to be a phenomenal success in real estate? Check out this week’s Lessons Learned interview with the multi-talented Laurie Zoerb, as she shares her insights and the impact of her own first home buying experience. And if you want the best tour ever of Marco Island? She’s your tour guide!LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Wendy Sulzer, Primerica
What does leadership look like? Changing careers? Moving family across the country? Building a home? Surviving a hurricane? Being a passionate learner? What about all of the above? Check out my podcast interview with Wendy Sulzer to be inspired and discover her secrets for balancing it all!LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Entrepreneur, Amber Gray
Amber Gray is the founder and CEO of Trusty Oak, an Austin-based virtual assistant company providing administrative and marketing support to small business leaders, authors, and creative teams. A people-first approach to hiring, along with a scalable growth model have positioned Trusty Oak as a flexible, dependable, and affordable alternative to hiring administrative and marketing employees. In 2021 and 2022, Trusty Oak was named Freelancer Hiring Platform of the Year, and in 2021 Amber was recognized as Austin Business Woman of the Year.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Kathryn Henshue, J.D.
Attorney, wife, mom, extraordinary human being. Meet Katie Henshue, General Counsel for a firm that supports approximately 1,500 design and construction professionals across the nation, as she shares her leadership lessons and her laughter. She's been an inspiration and I am thankful to call her a friend.LISTEN NOW
Leadership Lessons an Interview with Melissa Hunt, CEcD, EDFP
Meet Melissa Hunt, a passionate leader in work and in life, she shares her lessons learned in this energizing podcast interview. Her leadership resulted in being honored with the WI Economic Development Association's 2022 Andy Lisak Young Professional Award and being recognized on the 40 Under 40 list from InBusiness magazine.LISTEN NOW