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Author: Alicia Couri

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Are leaders born or developed? What’s different that has allowed them to rise to the top of their field. Alicia Couri, the Audacious Confidence Growth expert believes, it has a lot to do with Audacious Confidence. You see, Audacious Confidence is the unshakeable belief in yourself that is so brave, so daring that you step into what is possible despite fears or past failures. To go boldly in the directions of your dreams and live the life you imagined. Having struggled with her own self confidence, Alicia understands the value that it brings especially when it comes to areas of leadership. The leaders you are about to meet, have that extra something that has driven them to succeed at the highest levels. Discover what it took for them to get to the top and what’s next for them?

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In these turbulent and rapidly changing times, leading with resilience is a must-have skill for every business executive. But how do you do it, and where do you begin? Alicia Couri’s guest is Fran Dean-Bishop, founder and CEO of Aerobodies, whose mission is to help employers of all sizes immediately create energy and engagement in their workplace culture. In this episode, Fran discusses that you need to know your vision. What is the end you see in your mind? Work backward from there! Then outsource tasks you don’t like doing so you can continue to iterate, grow, pivot, and develop your business. Are you hungry for more? Tune in to this wisdom-studded episode with Fran and learn to lead your team with confidence and resilience!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Outsourced teams have been around for some time, but COVID-19 has opened the eyes of more entrepreneurs to the benefits of working with virtual assistants. In this era of remote work, if you’re leading a virtual team and doing great, then it wouldn’t matter if your employees are from the US or the Philippines. In fact hiring teams from other countries can save you a lot of money because you’re taking advantage of the differences in pay rate. Having had success in outsourced eCommerce since 2015, Matthew Yahes has taken a shift in his career in 2020 by founding Extend Your Team, a company that connects remote workers to US businesses. Listen in as he makes the case for remote teams and shares his leadership philosophy on the show with Alicia Couri.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Whenever you find yourself in the leader’s chair, it becomes all the easier to get overwhelmed by things and succumb to stress. What escapes many leaders is that the tools and resources they can use for stress relief are really just an arm’s reach away if they know where to look. Dr. Ellen Contente specializes in helping people find these tools for themselves, beat stress back and revive their audacious confidence to lead. She shares how she does this as she joins Alicia Couri for a little chat. Dr. Ellen also shares a bit about her leadership philosophy, which revolves around self-leadership, positivity and commitment to vision.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Building leaders that lead with clarity and confidence is one of the challenges that has come to the fore during this era of remote work and virtual teams. It is now that Tara Powers’ expertise is needed the most. Tara is the founder of Powers Resource Center, an award-winning firm that has developed corporate training programs to Fortune 500 and mid-market companies for more than 20 years. Having worked with leaders and leadership things for most of her career, Tara has observed essential principles of audaciously confident leadership in action. Listen in as she shares some of these with Alicia Couri.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Indeed, one of the requirements for success is commitment. Combine this with honesty, and you can never go wrong with your goals. Managing partner of SMB Networks, LLC Peter Verlezza talks with Alicia Couri about this leadership style centered on open communication, focusing more on positivity, and how he faced his shortcomings to become a better key player in his own team. Peter also discusses the dangers of cybercrime and the dark web, his concept of Touching People In Appropriate Ways, and some thoughts about his work as a part-time comedian.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
True leaders must not only focus on the positive goals alone but instead pay attention to the negative points as well. For a habitual complainer like Tonya McKenzie, that's the best way to conjure up the best solutions possible. The founder of Sand And Shores herself, Tonya talks with Alicia Couri about her leadership philosophy focused on finding problems in everything and how to address them, as well as her challenges in becoming the first African-American woman to hold several of the posts she was in. Tonya also gives us a peek into the life within the Witness Protection Program, how her past shaped her present attitude, and why being newsworthy is vital in leading.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
To gain much-needed confidence to lead, we must first look within ourselves. Before we can trust others, or even gain their trust, it is ourselves first that we need to trust. Coach James Allen joins Alicia Couri in discussing the importance of confidence in leadership by delving into his rough childhood and the personal pursuit of passion over necessity. They also talk about James' other endeavors, from his drumming career to his skydiving hobby. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
An internationally recognized name expert, Sharon Lynn Wyeth can determine the strengths, challenges, and the purpose of one's life by deciphering their name. On today’s show, Alicia Couri brings her on to talk about leadership and the clues you can find in your name to discover your leadership style. Sharon is a bestselling author and an international Neimology expert. She is known as the “name lady” for creating a system to know someone better by interpreting their name.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
There is a responsibility that comes along with influence. If you have influence, it means that people are looking to you for leadership. On today’s podcast, TeeJ Mercer joins Alicia Couri to talk about leadership. A reluctant leader, TeeJ eased into the role by learning how to be led. TeeJ is the Chief NoiseMaker of the Media Mavericks Academy. Nicknamed “The Walking Exclamation Point,” TeeJ has spent over two decades influencing the lives of millions through her storytelling for both behind and in front of the camera.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
They say that experience is the best teacher, but how about teachers who have a lot of experience? If someone can help you walk the talk because they have done that very walk themselves, then you are in for the learning of your life. Entrepreneur Dr. Tyra Jones is a living example of this, and she always strives to lead by example rather than theories alone. In this episode, she joins Alicia Couri in looking back on how her teaching career eventually led to the formation of a consulting business, JA Consulting and Corporate Tax Solutions, by going out of her comfort zone, turning her weaknesses into her advantage, and embracing the biggest mistake of her life.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Leadership can be a lonely place on top, especially if your team is always straggling behind you in the valley. Back when he was a young entrepreneur, Frankie Russo, founder of the Russo Capital portfolio of companies, he was exactly that kind of leader. Realizing that his company will only be as good as its weakest team member, he has since learned to “slow down” and adopt a leadership philosophy that brings out the greatest performance potential from his team by tapping into the individual talents and strengths of its members. In this chat with Alicia Couri, he shares how he came to embrace this leadership methodology. Frankie also shares some important insights from his bestselling book, The Art of Why, notably the critical relationship between passion, purpose and profits in business.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
A good leader leads with radical honesty in a place where everybody can grow to be their best self. Joining Alicia Couri on today’s podcast is success mindset coach David Neagle. David is the Founder of the multimillion-dollar global coaching company Life is Now, Inc., helping thousands of entrepreneurs, experts, and self-employed professionals gain the confidence and find the right mindset to increase their revenue and turn their endeavors into 7 and 8-figure ventures. If you want to build your dream business and life, you wouldn’t want to miss this episode as Alicia and David talk about the mindset of a leader. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
A quote from Winston Churchill says that success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm. It is also the same for leadership. In an ideal world, a great leader is 100% ready to handle the day to day challenges that arise and lead their team with confidence. In reality, however, this rarely happens as most leaders receive very little leadership training before stepping into their first leadership role. On today’s podcast, Chris Cianciulli chats with Alicia Couri about leadership and how sometimes one eases into the role through trial and error. Chris is the Founder of CONNEXX and the Creator of the My Mistakexx Podcast. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
The best leaders know how to walk their talk. Yet, so many still struggle to have the confidence to lead by example. A practitioner of everything she teaches, Kitty Barrow, an amazing leadership coach and the OG of Southwestern Coaching, joins Alicia Couri to share with us all about leading with audacious confidence. She talks about the concept of unconditional confidence, the importance of having a coach, and the need for leaders to recognize the process it takes for their team to accomplish results. Kitty then shares some of the common mistakes leaders make and what leaders need to think of instead. Empowering women, Kitty caps it off by giving some advice for women in leadership positions to lead others confidently.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Leadership is as much of a personal journey as it is a professional. Just as the world continues to evolve, leaders need to be change agents who, along with their evolution of growth into who they are, can move people along. In this episode, Alicia Couri is joined by Ed Johnson, the CEO and founder of Johnson Global Ventures, to talk about leadership and how one can come into that situation and role to lead and encourage people who are in a low economic state. Ed discusses the importance of confidence, sustainability, humility, and adaptability. Follow Ed in this conversation to gain so much wisdom that will propel you to become a change agent and better leader.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
There isn’t one clean cut leadership style that works for everybody. For example, Andrew Goldberg believes and trusts in the notion of servant leadership. Andrew was the Vice President of Marketing for the Arsht Center for a number of years before he put up his own business, Andrew Goldberg Consulting. In this episode, Andrew discusses his point of view on leadership, drawing from his athletic and artistic background. He talks about what leadership looks like through a time of crisis such as COVID-19. He also shares his opinion on how the performing arts copes with the pandemic situation and how it can adapt to the new normal.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
You have probably heard of the cognitive and emotional components of the human mind, but have you ever heard about conation? It is this overlooked third component that only the Kolbe method measures. Created by Kathy Kolbe in the late 70s, it remains the most reliable measurement of people’s natural strengths in terms of the way they take action. The method quantifies these strengths in terms of four action modes through their proprietary Kolbe A Index. By getting a clear insight into how you and the people and your team operate in this conative component, you can unlock the path to greater synergy in your business and even in your personal life. Joining Alicia Couri to give a detailed explanation of this method is David Kolbe, Kathy’s son and now the CEO of Kolbe Corp. Listen in as he explains what differentiates the Kolbe A Index from other personality tests and why organizations need to use its incredible information-generating power.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Everybody agrees that we can all take an inspiration or two from the Marine Corps when it comes to leadership. It’s not just because of the highly disciplined and regimented way of doing things that we generally associate with military life. Most importantly, it teaches us that “leaders eat last” – that concept of servant leadership that puts emphasis on supporting each member of the team and setting them up to succeed. Retiring as a Marine Corps Major after honorably serving the country for 24 years, Chris Lovell took the skills that he acquired from the military to take various leadership roles at Amazon, Lexmark International and the Defense Logistics Agency, and now, in his own federal-level medical supplies company, Lovell Government Services. In this conversation with Alicia Couri, he shares the most important leadership lessons that he learned during his years in the Marines and how he applies them every day as a company leader.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Sometimes leadership does not mean being an industry bigwig sitting on millions of corporate revenue. Sometimes, it just means being a servant to others and making an impact that resonates around the world. When philanthropreneur and social impactologist, Proscovia Namazzi realized that she was called upon to serve children around the world, she did not take a moment’s hesitation and wholeheartedly dedicated her whole life to that cause. Known affectionately as “Precious,” Proscovia is the founder of Precious Kids Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to treating, educating, and empowering underserved orphans, widows, and single mothers in rural communities in Uganda and across Africa. Joining Alicia Couri on the episode, Precious shares her inspiring story and powerful message for the entire world to hear.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
Every organization’s dream is to have all of its talent optimized for maximum impact and efficiency. Making breakthroughs in this emerging field is a SaaS platform called The Predictive Index, a tool where you can plot everyone in your team and align them with your company’s strategy. Imagine how cool it would be to be able to pick just the right talent for the right job. Thanks to this wonderful tool, it is a dream no longer! Joining Alicia Couri on the podcast to talk about this is Mike Zani, the company’s CEO. Mike gives us a walkthrough on how the platform works and how it is grounded by their organization’s leadership philosophy. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Leading With Audacious Community today:https://aliciacouri.com/Google PlusTwitterInstagramFacebook
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