Guest: Justin Bariso – Author of EQ Applied

Justin Bariso is the author of the best selling book, EQ Applied, and one of Inc.com's most popular columnists. His thoughts on leadership, management, and emotional intelligence have been featured by TIME, CNBC, and Forbes, among others. He has been recognized repeatedly by LinkedIn as a “Top Voice” in Management and Workplace Culture.

In this age of instant communication, constant distractions, and major conflict, a high emotional intelligence quotient, or EQ, is more important than ever. But what exactly is emotional intelligence? And what does it look like in real life and leadership? In this interview, Justin shows us with current examples: Jeff Bezos (Amazon), Satya Nadella (Microsoft) and Angela Ahrendts (Apple), personal experiences and practical ideas to grow your own EQ.

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  • 10 months ago

Guest: Cam Barber – Author of What’s Your Message

Cam Barber  is the author of What's Your Message?

Are you able to gain buy-in from the people you lead? Do they recall your key ideas when you communicate day to day -- and act upon them? Enjoy compelling insights and engaging stories from Cam Barber, the Author of What’s Your Message: Public Speaking with Twice the Impact Using Half the Effort. Cam’s book has rave reviews from the likes of Jack Welch and Seth Godin.

Cam is a messaging consultant, speech writer and speaking coach for his clients, including: Walt Disney, BBC Worldwide, Fox Sports, Johnson & Johnson, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Explore the power of messaging in your leadership (and even your parenting) in this lively Podcast episode, and ultimately, gain greater buy-in for your ideas.

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  • 11 months ago

Guest: Jennifer Dulski – Author of Purposeful and Head of Facebook Groups

Jennifer Dulski  is Head of Facebook Groups and the author of Wall Street Journal bestseller Purposeful: Are You a Manager or a Movement Starter? Jennifer shares eye-opening stories of leaders in business and social impact who effectively rally others around a common purpose. After rising in the ranks from an early Yahoo! employee to VP, Jen became co-founder and CEO of Dealmap, becoming the first woman to sell a company to Google. Next she became President & COO of Change.org, a social enterprise company that empowers people globally to create campaigns for change.

Jennifer believes passionately that anyone can create positive change in the world, whether you're at a Fortune 500 company or a local community group; whether you’re an intern or a CEO. From her experience leading Change.org and as an executive at Facebook, yahoo! and Google, Jennifer shares leadership lessons that bridge the gap between a great idea and real impact.

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  • last year

5 Guest: Marcela Davison Aviles – Disney Pixar’s Lead Cultural Consultant – Coco

Marcela Davison Aviles  is the lead Cultural Consultant on Disney Pixar's animated film: Coco, winner of two Academy Awards: Best Animated Film and Best Song. The film is being lauded for achieving Disney's finest work yet in its cultural authenticity. Marcela is a hidden figure behind the success.

Coco is second only to Moana in largest openings for Disney/Pixar. One of the most incredible parts of Coco’s success has been how it has resonated so deeply with the Mexican, Mexican-American and Latino communities across the world, while also managing to win the hearts of an international and non-Latino U.S. audience.

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  • last year

4 Guest: Liz Wiseman – Best-Selling Author of Multipliers

For a "peek" inside the full interview, listen here for a 4-minute preview

Liz Wiseman  is the New York Times best-selling author of Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter, and the Wall Street Journal bestseller Rookie Smarts.  Liz is listed #35 on the 2017  Thinkers50  global ranking of management thinkers and named one of the top 10 leadership thinkers in the world.

She writes for Harvard Business Review and Fortune, among many business and leadership journals. Her research has contributed significantly to the field of leadership and collective intelligence.Liz is a former Vice President at Oracle, where she worked for 17 years. She is now the CEO of the Wiseman Group, with recent clients including Facebook, Apple, Disney, Nike, Tesla and Twitter.

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  • last year

2 Guest: Steve Farber – Best Selling Author & INC Columnist

Steve Farber

Long-time friend, former colleague and best-selling author Steve Farber joins me as Guest and has me laughing & inspired. Steve has been named one of Inc's global Top 50 Leadership & Management Experts.

In this interview, he shares the keys to Extreme Leadership, his passionate belief that LOVE is the foundation of good business, as well as his own humbling moments with unexpected feedback.

Steve’s first book, The Radical Leap: A Personal Lesson in Extreme Leadership, received Fast Company’s Readers’ Choice Award and was recently named one of the 100 Best Business Books of All Time. His second book, The Radical Edge, was hailed as “a playbook for harnessing the power of the human spirit.” His third book, Greater Than Yourself: The Ultimate Lesson In Leadership, was a Wall Street Journal® and USA Today® bestseller.

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  • a couple of years ago