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Welcome to the Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast, a conversation designed to help leaders go further, faster. Andy Stanley is a pastor, communicator, author, and the founder of North Point Ministries in Alpharetta, Georgia. For additional information, visit andystanley.com.
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This month, Clay Scroggins, author of How to Lead in a World of Distraction joins Andy to discuss four noise-canceling habits all leaders should adopt.Download the free application guide here: https://andystanley.com/podcast/
Three Villains of Leadership

Three Villains of Leadership

2019-10-0700:24:211

This month, Clay Scroggins, author of How to Lead in a World of Distraction joins Andy to discuss why it’s so important for leaders to turn down the noise low enough and long enough to be ruthlessly curious of their emotions.Get Clay’s book: https://www.amazon.com/How-Lead-World-Distraction-Turning/dp/0310598699/ref=sr_1_1?crid=310MMG9L0D0D5&keywords=how+to+lead+in+a+world+of+distraction&qid=1570200866&sprefix=how+to+lead+in+%2Caps%2C757&sr=8-1Download the free Application Guide: https://andystanley.com/podcast/
This month, Andy wraps up his conversation with Horst Schulze, former President and COO of The Ritz-Carlton, about building true leadership through vision.
This month, Andy talks with Horst Schulze, former President and COO of The Ritz-Carlton, about building true leadership through vision.
This month, Ian Cron and Allie Stanley are back to continue our discussion of the Enneagram for leaders. In this episode, we dive deeper into each number and explore their superpowers in the workplace. 
Enneagram for Leaders, Part 1

Enneagram for Leaders, Part 1

2019-06-0600:30:0010

This month, Ian Cron and Allie Stanley join Andy to talk about how the Enneagram can help leaders understand the lens through which they see the world, as well as how to lead each type more effectively.
Navigating generational diversity in the workplace can be challenging. In order to work better together, we need to understand the differences between each generation.
Just like ethnic and gender diversity, generational diversity is also influencing workplace dynamics. Up to four generations comprise today’s workforce, and each brings its own set of experiences and expectations to the marketplace. In order to work better together, we have to understand one another. In this month’s podcast, we discuss how leaders can leverage the strengths of each generation when building productive organizational teams. 
Great leaders know that leadership is not limited to the marketplace; leadership begins at home. On this month’s podcast, Andy will conclude his conversation with his wife Sandra on the dueling demands of career and family.
Today’s podcast will begin a two-part conversation about the important topic of leading at home. 
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