Brad and Michael Hon have Dustin Baker (Alcove Development) on the podcast to give an overview of of the stimulus checks to Americans and the stimulus assistance that is available to small business. Dustin also answers questions sent in by listeners related to practical advice with the stimulus in this challenging time. If you're a small business employee or owner... this is a MUST listen.
My friend Carol Feltheim comes on the podcast to offer practical grounded medical advice on COVID 19 and practical hope going forward.
Dave, Joy, Rachel, and Brad engage a conversation about the new world with coronavirus...it's impact on business...and practical thoughts on leading well through and incredibly tough time.
Brad, Brett, and Ben dive into the 5 Hard Truths of Initiation that are an integral part of the upcoming Rites of Passage for Men.
Brad brings back Dave Geenens on the podcast to share the value of empathy in work cultures and the reality that a leader can actually learn to grow in empathy by investing in their own personal growth in that arena.
Michael shares some of the tools and insights that have influenced him to lead well and from a place of service. He shares about one of his awakenings and how he lives and leads shifted after that.
Michael is a best selling author, coach, speaker, and real estate guru. His Referrals Podcast is one of the most downloaded podcasts on iTunes.
Brad and Paul discuss the opposite of a CAVE culture in business and organizational leadership. Very interesting and maybe surprising insights from the author of The Shack.
Brad and Jeff discuss the potential value and impact of the self-awareness tool the Enneagram in business culture and organizations. Jeff also dives into how the tool could help businesses grow in empathy and self-awareness.
Brad and Carrie discuss the value of integration in life and in the workplace. The myth of wearing “hats” to each environment and how culture actually changes.
Brad and Brian talk about the leadership shifts and vulnerability required to shift a culture (church) when you shift as a leader.
Brad invites Allen Little, professional trainee and business coach, in to discuss some of the new awarenesses and roads that leaders are being challenged to engage today in their own lives that translate into the other arenas in their lives.
Michael and Brad discuss some of the shifts in business on how to create spaces for people to interact in a healthy way...the myth of work/life balance...and the reality of the “disengaged worker”.
Michael Herrera is on a mission to be a resource to business owners and CEO’s do they can grow their companies and do more of what they love to do and less of what burdens them.
Brad has a 2 part conversation with his longtime friend Dave Geenens. Dave dives into myths of leadership and business and his excitement on the shifts he’s experiencing in culture.
Currently an Associate Professor at Benedictine College in their School of Business, Dave brings decades of top-executive, operational, and financial leadership experience to his teaching and business endeavors. Most recently, Dave was President/CFO of Fire Door Solutions for three years, where he remains an owner. Before teaching full-time at Benedictine from 2009-2015 and growing his own consulting practice, Dave was CEO/President of Avascend Healthcare Hospitality in Overland Park, Kansas.
Dave’s prior executive experience includes CEO/President of Impact Design, Inc., and VP of Operations positions at Penn Emblem in Philadelphia, PA, and Gear for Sports in Lenexa, KS. Dave is a CPA (1985) though his license is inactive.
Dave is the author of three books on faith and leadership in business: ARISE! Life-changing Truths for the Tormented Leader, Leaderslip – Reversing the Slide of American Business Leadership, and, most recently, Nothing is Free – The Price Only Business Leaders Can Pay to Protect Free Markets. He’s currently researching for and writing his fourth book, Truth and the Transcendent Business.
Brad continues his conversation with Greg Bedrosian on the shifting landscape of leadership in the military. They discuss compliance vs commitment and the power of reserving judgment in leadership culture.
Brad and Greg talk about leadership effectiveness in the military arena and growing value of vulnerability in his life and leadership arenas.
Mary and Sean talk with Brad about the way that the practices and knowledge of counseling and personal growth are impacting the business landscape.
Brad has a conversation on vulnerability and clarity in leadership with friend and author of The Shack, Wm. Paul Young.