Brad and Rachel lead a zoom call with Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas on how he has engaged leadership in these times and how his awareness and leadership awareness have shifted.
Rachel and Brad have a fascinating conversation with Greg Bedrosian on his Army leadership experience. Greg discusses the history of the Army with becoming more inclusive and the paths they need to grow in. He also talks about how organizations, businesses, and people can become entrenched versus being willing to acknowledge what isn’t working and grow.
Rachel and Brad have a great conversation on leadership with Jarrett Sutton. Jarrett shares the scope of his leadership experience in playing basketball in high school and at Mizzou in college. He also shares about his leadership experiences as a scout in the NBA and the importance of culture.
Rachel Keck and Brad lead a conversation with VaynerMedia Chief Heart Officer Claude Silver. She shares about the importance of empathy in culture, her own journey of self-awareness, working with Gary Vaynerchuk, and how creating safe spaces for people to show up and take up space is a game changer.
My musician friend Ryan Hunt jumps in and talks about his history of life unlocks...White Castle...and he plays a song that is incredibly relevant for the time. (Hope you’ll sing along)
An incredible zoom call with my friend Paul Young (author of The Shack) where he shares a poem during this Covid time and shares a few stories that will stretch and encourage you.
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.