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The Remarkable Leadership Podcast with Kevin Eikenberry is dedicated to all things leadership. Each week Kevin shares his thoughts about leadership development and ideas to help you see the world differently, lead more confidently and make a bigger difference for those you lead. He also has weekly conversations with leadership experts discussing a wide range of topics including teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, personal and organizational development, human potential and more.
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Do your words convey both your message and your meaning? Whether we are leading an organization, a team, or part of a household, this is important. For Krister Ungerböck, this became apparent when he was teaching a course in French. Feedback suggested he should never come back again, and he realized it came down to language and the words. Krister is the Wall Street Journal best-selling author of 22 Talk SHIFTs: Tools to Transform Leadership in Business, in Partnership, and in Life, which is the result of leading teams in 3 languages and building businesses on 5 continents. Krister provides examples of how we can shift our conversations to increase engagement and lead to better solutions. In this episode, Krister discusses: The directness of language. When to give feedback. Advice for remote leaders. This episode is brought to you by… 13 Days to Remarkable Leadership, a free leadership video series based on Kevin’s book, Remarkable Leadership. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: 22 Talk SHIFTs: Tools to Transform Leadership in Business, in Partnership, and in Life by Krister Ungerböck Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life: Life-Changing Tools for Healthy Relationships by Marshall B. Rosenberg PhD Connect with Krister Ungerböck: Book Website | Website | LinkedIn | Twitter Related Podcast Episodes: Leadership, Communication and Credibility with Jack Modzelewski. Building Exceptional Relationships with David Bradford and Carole Robin. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Do a Process Check

Do a Process Check

2021-07-3005:51

On the day that we release this video, it’s just about the middle of the year. But whether you’re watching this video in June or you’re watching it in November, it is a very valuable practice to do a process check. A process check is an opportunity to get out of the day to day activity, look at your progress and consider how you are doing things right now as a way to see what’s working and what’s not. In this episode, I’ll share actionable tips for how to effectively do a process check in your life. Tweet it out: Sometimes it is hard to gauge progress when we are doing the work. A process check will help you see where you are, how far you have come, and perhaps help you adjust your course forward. @KevinEikenberry From This Episode: Watch future episodes of Remarkable TV as well as awesome interviews with industry experts on the Remarkable Leadership podcast here.
Pivot may have been the 2020 word of the year. For Jordan Babineaux, though, it is about changing directions and looking for new opportunities. Jordan is a former NFL player turned sports broadcaster, entrepreneur, and author of Pivot to Win. He discusses choices and the simple concept of just asking for what we want. Although you may not get what you asked for, you get the opportunity to grow and go through adversity with confidence. He also draws parallels between the teams we lead and professional football teams. Leaders need to be specific in their communication and set clear expectations. In this episode, Jordan talks to Kevin about: Fixed vs. growth mindset. Cultivating persistence. Coaching lessons from coaches. This episode is brought to you by… From Manager to Remarkable Leader, Kevin’s Flagship workshop based on his proven leadership model. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Pivot to Win by Jordan Babineaux Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard by Chip Heath and Dan Heath Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck Connect with Jordan Babineaux: Website | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn Related Podcast Episodes: What Makes Teams Great with Sam Walker. Nine Mistakes People Make with Skip Prichard. Leading on the Football Field and in Your Field with Michael Lombardi. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Wellbeing. It’s important for you personally, and with only 20% of the workforce engaged, it is important for your team. Jim Harter is Ph.D. is Chief Scientist for Gallup’s workplace management and wellbeing practices. He is also the co-author, with Jim Clifton, of Wellbeing at Work: How to Build Resilient and Thriving Teams. He joins Kevin to discuss the 5 essential elements of wellbeing (career, social, financial, physical, and community). Trust may start at the top but happens at the local level. As a leader, you have the most influence on your team. You can have conversations about work/life integration and help improve overall wellbeing, leading to successful teams. In this episode, Jim shares: The 5 elements of wellbeing and importance for leaders. Risks to wellbeing. This episode is brought to you by… 13 Days to Remarkable Leadership, a free leadership video series based on Kevin’s book, Remarkable Leadership. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Wellbeing at Work by Jim Clifton and Jim Harter Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment by Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, Cass R. Sunstein Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari Connect with Jim Harter: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook Related Podcast Episodes: The Art of Community with Charles Vogl. Finding and Leading the Talent You Need with Micah Rowland. Becoming the Leader Your Team is Waiting For with Jonathan Raymond. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Since the world changed last spring, there’s been a lot of talk about the “new normal”. And while I understand why we are phrasing it this way, in the video below, I’m giving us a new way to look at our “normal”. Tweet it out: ‘Normal’ is always changing. Make your next normal that serves you and your goals. @KevinEikenberry From This Episode: Check out “Creating the New Normal” video here. Subscribe to our Remote Work Newsletter here.
Trust is a relationship, and we know how to do relationships. So, why does earning and keeping trust seem like a mystery? Sandra Sucher is a trust researcher and professor of management practice at Harvard Business School. She is also the co-author, with Shalene Gupta, of The Power of Trust: How Companies Build it, Lose it and Regain it. Sandra and Kevin discuss how organizations can build trust and the role of leadership. Their research shows trust can be measured and there are concrete actions any company can take to ensure it gains the trust of its employees, leading to greater trust with customers. Sandra also shares the worst trust killer is layoffs and leaders must find a way to manage workplace change. In this episode, Sandra discusses: Trust build from the inside out. The 4 elements of trust. Trust recovery. This episode is brought to you by… Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential, Kevin’s free weekly e-newsletter. It’s full of articles and resources to help you become a more confident and successful leader. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Inspector Gamache Series by Louise Penny The Power of Trust: How Companies Build It, Lose It, Regain It by Sandra Sucher and Shalene Gupta Connect with Sandra Sucher: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter Related Podcast Episodes: The Laws of Trust with Joel Peterson. Get a Vision and Live It with Larry Olsen. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Innovation. Is it creativity? Is it disruption? Is it personal or organizational? It can be all of that and more. Josh Linkner joins Kevin to discuss innovation and a growth mindset. Josh is the author of Big Little Breakthroughs: How small, everyday innovations drive oversized results. and shares that research shows our brain is not fixed. We can develop our innovative skills. Innovation doesn’t have to be big or brand new. We can cultivate small ideas, which are less risky and more accessible. We can also innovate around the outcomes we are already doing. Small adjustments can make a big difference. In this episode, Josh shares: The difference between offensive and defensive innovation. The 70/30 rule. How our environment plays a role in innovation. This episode is brought to you by… Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential, Kevin’s free weekly e-newsletter. It’s full of articles and resources to help you become a more confident and successful leader. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Big Little Breakthroughs: How Small, Everyday Innovations Drive Oversized Results by Josh Linkner Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking by Jon Acuff Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know by Adam Grant Connect with Josh Linkner: Website | Book Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn Related Podcast Episodes: Innovation is Everybody’s Business with Tamara Ghandour. The Innovation Delusion with Lee Vinsel and Andy Russell. Making Creativity an Everyday Habit with Scott Anthony. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Accountability is one of those words that everyone has thoughts and feelings about. I’ve been known to call it the longest 4 letter word in the dictionary. And when I am asked to define or describe it in my workshops and coaching sessions, I can do so with one word. Find out my simple definition of accountability (as well as how to be more accountable) in this episode. From This Episode: Learn more about our Master Class, Creating a Culture of Accountability, here.
There is no overnight success. However, there is hustle. DC Glenn is a platinum-selling rapper, actor, voice-over professional and featured in Geico’s “SCOOP THERE IT IS” commercial. DC shares with Kevin that his path to stardom was rather bumpy. He worked hard to get a label and signed a terrible contract. Instead of feeling sorry for himself, he studied the law and waited for his day in court. This continuous learning attitude and preparedness for new ventures gave him the chance to not only star in the #1 commercial but provide input to the content. Sprinkles, anyone? He encourages us to step out of our comfort zone and be OK with things that don’t work out. Failures can lead to good things if we look for the opportunity. In this episode, DC talks about: Learning how to learn. Value of preparation. This episode is brought to you by… Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential, Kevin’s free weekly e-newsletter. It’s full of articles and resources to help you become a more confident and successful leader. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber Connect with DC Glenn: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest Related Podcast Episodes: Networking for People Who Hate Networking with Devora Zack. Get a Vision and Live It with Larry Olsen. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
What is the ROI of leadership development in your organization? Organizations invest a good deal of both time and money in training, yet we find the return dismally low. If this is the case, should we bother with development activities? Jennifer Mackin is the author of Leaders Deserve Better: A Leadership Development Revolution and a leader of two consulting firms. Jennifer shares with Kevin that the principles of leadership hold, and we don’t have a problem with the content. However, we do need to change how we leverage the new learning and create a culture where folks can put their new learning into play. In addition, we need to have a people plan to connect with our strategic plan and continue the learning beyond an event. In this episode, Jennifer shares: Thoughts on the leadership development problem. The 4 drivers of leadership development success. Thoughts on the use of an external coach. This episode is brought to you by… From Manager to Remarkable Leader, Kevin’s Flagship workshop based on his proven leadership model. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Leaders Deserve Better: A Leadership Development Revolution by Jennifer Mackin Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson Connect with Jennifer Mackin: Jennifer Mackin’s Website | Oliver Group | Leadership Pipeline Institute Related Podcast Episodes: Learning Leadership with Jim Kouzes. Leadership From the Inside Out with Kevin Cashman. Cracking the Leadership Code with Alain Hunkins. Helping Leaders Change the World For the Better with Bill Novelli. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
One of my mentors has said repeatedly to me: Little hinges swing big doors. Stated a little differently, he was telling me that little things matter in big ways. Another common phrase that I’ve heard multiple times is: Don’t sweat the small stuff. I understand the sentiment, and there are some little things we don’t need to sweat, but I really love this idea from Bruce Barton: “Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things . . . I am tempted to think . . . there are no little things.” In this episode, I’ll unpack this paradox and say a little more about the idea between little hinges and big doors. From This Episode: Sign up to receive our email update with links to each week’s new Remarkable TV episode here.
We recognize that growth requires moving away from the status quo. Yet, how do you know what to change? Melanie Parish suggests it’s OK to experiment and collect data to decide what to do next. Melanie is the author of The Experimental Leader: Be a New Kind of Boss to Cultivate an Organization of Innovators. She joins Kevin to discuss this mindset shift to be experimental in problem-solving. When we can test assumptions and analyze the results, we can decide how to handle challenges and opportunities within our organizations and teams. We should expect failures; it is the small failures that provide good data. The big failures may be a result of doing too much, too soon. In this episode, Melanie discusses: A scientist’s approach to leadership. Best practices and experimentation. Failure and experimentation. This episode is brought to you by… 13 Days to Remarkable Leadership, a free leadership video series based on Kevin’s book, Remarkable Leadership. Additional Leadership Resources Connect with Melanie Parish: Website | Book Website Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. Apple Podcast Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Fake it until you make it. This may work to help you overcome some insecurities, public speaking, for example. However, if you fake it too long, whether this is your experience, next quarter’s numbers, etc., the truth will come out. Sabrina Horn tells Kevin that integrity is not optional. She is the author of Make it, Don’t Fake it – Leading with Authenticity for Real Business Success. She acknowledges it can be lonely at the top and even if you are making all the decisions, you don’t have to know it all. When you can admit what you don’t know or that you made a mistake, you level the playing field for your team and build a culture of trust and growth. In this episode, Sabrina discusses: The good and bad of faking it. Leadership authenticity. Leadership loneliness. Leadership self-care. This episode is brought to you by… From Manager to Remarkable Leader, Kevin’s Flagship workshop based on his proven leadership model. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Make It, Don’t Fake It: Leading with Authenticity for Real Business Success by Sabrina Horn Let’s Fly by Giles Fraser Connect with Sabrina Horn: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram Related Podcast Episodes: Leadership Resilience with Ama Marston. Intentional Integrity with Rob Chesnut. Love Your Imposter with Rita Clifton. Trusting Yourself with Melody Wilding. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. iTunes Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
When I think of the word tradition, I instantly think of the song “Tradition” in one of my favorite plays The Fiddler on the Roof. And while when we talk about traditions, we are often talking about them in the context of holidays or celebrations and the things we do to commemorate them, in the context of this video, I’m talking specifically about traditions at work. As many of us transition back to the workplace or adjust to a hybrid scenario or are looking at a completely unknown future, re-evaluating your traditions is a really useful exercise. In this episode, I’ll provide some questions to ask and some ideas to consider to help ensure that the traditions you are either returning to or are continuing to observe are useful and actually feed you. From This Episode: Learn more about and sign up for Remote Work Resources & Updates here.
Change. I’m sure you have heard that the world is changing faster today. Henry De Sio would tell you it’s not just fast; it’s explosive. Everyone is in the change game. Henry is a former deputy assistant to President Obama and is the author of The Playmaker Changebook: The New Physics of Leadership in a World of Explosive Change. Henry and Kevin discuss the new game. Teams are no longer operating in silos with one leader. Today, there are different teams and different leaders based on the situation. You collect your talent around challenges and opportunities. Everyone can step into their bigness. Further, there is a premium on empathy and bringing together people to drive success. This episode is brought to you by… From Manager to Remarkable Leader, Kevin’s Flagship workshop based on his proven leadership model.   Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Changemaker Playbook: The New Physics of Leadership in a World of Explosive Change by Henry De Sio, Jr. Campaign Inc.: How Leadership and Organization Propelled Barack Obama to the White House by Henry De Sio, Jr. Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki Connect with Henry De Sio, Jr.: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter Related Podcast Episodes: The Mindsets and Habitsets of Leadership with Darrin Gray. Understanding Power with Deborah Gruenfeld. Eat, Sleep, Work, Repeat with Bruce Daisley. What it Takes to Be in Awe with John O’Leary. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. iTunes Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Awhile back, I wrote a post on LinkedIn and had a blinding flash of the obvious. I asked a question at the end of the post and the post got more engagement and comments than ever before. I went back to see how often I ended with a question. And as I suspected, it wasn’t very often! This was a major lesson for me and I’m talking about it in the podcast episode because I think it’s an important lessons for all leaders as well. From This Episode: Learn more about the art of asking from this video. If you’re on Linked In and are interested in subscribing to my exclusive LI newsletter, Remarkable Results, you can do so and learn more here.
Leading and managing. Mark Williams will tell you both are important parts of your job. However, people are promoted because they do their job well, yet don’t have the necessary tools to be good leaders. Mark is the author of, Lead Don’t Manage: 12 Lessons in Creating a Leadership Culture Base on Core Values. You can manage the day-to-day activities of your team, like attendance and workflow. However, to lead, you need to know it’s about the people that work for you and with you. He shares with Kevin the importance of purposeful, regular, and consistent communication. Your expectations often are born from your values, and you owe it to yourself and your team to share. Mark also talks about investing time in relationships throughout your organization, as it is the relationships that allow you to accomplish more. In this episode, Mark: Shares his experiences in a leadership role. Discusses how individual values and relationships with your team go hand in hand. Talks about leadership alliances, both in-person and remote. This episode is brought to you by… Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential, Kevin’s free weekly e-newsletter. It’s full of articles and resources to help you become a more confident and successful leader. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Lead, Don’t Manage: 12 Lessons in Creating a Leadership Culture Based on Core Values by Mark Williams Six Years by Halran Coben Connect with Mark Williams: Website | Brokers International | LinkedIn | Twitter Related Podcast Episodes: Leading Through Core Values with Dina Dwyer-Owens. Culture and Values with Joe Tye. Building Exceptional Relationships with David Bradford and Carole Robin. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. iTunes Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on iTunes. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Do you manage change? Or do you lead change? And maybe even more important: do you know the difference between the two? There is a very important distinction between these two words and as leaders, we must know the difference in order to be successful in our change efforts. Check out the episode to learn what it means to lead change. What Does it Mean to Lead Change? – Remarkable TV Leave a Comment (Edit) Do you manage change? Or do you lead change? And maybe even more important: do you know the difference between the two? There is a very important distinction between these two words and as leaders, we must know the difference in order to be successful in our change efforts. Check out the video to learn what it means to lead change.       Tweet it out: Change is a choice. Our job as a leader is to help people make an informed and valuable choice… to change. @KevinEikenberry From This Episode: Each month we release a brand-new Master Class and our newest class is Remarkable Change Leadership. If you’re interested in learning more about how you can be more successful in LEADING change, check out this Master Class here.
Does your leadership change the organization? For the better? This is the question Jonathan Raymond asked himself and had an aha moment. Jonathan is the author of Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting For and joins Kevin to discuss the mindset shift leaders at all levels need to make. Your team does not need a leader who knows everything and solves all the problems. Your job as a leader is to think strategically about the organization. Your job as a leader is to create the emotional conditions for your team to grow. Let them do the jobs they were hired to do. This episode is brought to you by… 13 Days to Remarkable Leadership, a free leadership video series based on Kevin’s book, Remarkable Leadership. Additional Leadership Resources Book Recommendations: Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting For by Jonathan Raymond Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life by William Finnegan Quet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cane Connect with Jonathan Raymond: Website | LinkedIn Related Podcast Episodes: The Leader’s Role in Employee Engagement with Michael Lee Stallard. Leading with Compassionate Accountability with Nate Regier. Understanding Employee Engagement with Jacqueline Throop-Robinson. Follow the Podcast Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below. iTunes Stitcher TuneIn Soundcloud RSS Or your favorite podcast app. Leave a Review If you liked this conversation, we’d be thrilled if you’d let others know by leaving a review on iTunes. Here’s a quick guide for posting a review. Join Our Facebook Group Join our Facebook community to network with like-minded leaders, ask us questions, suggest guests and more. We welcome your wealth of experience and hope you will join us in sharing it with others on their leadership journey. You can join the group here: facebook.com/groups/RemarkableLeadershipPodcast/
Opportunities have expiration dates. I saw this quote recently, and I wish I could remember who/where to attribute this quote to because I instantly loved it. There is a lot of truth in it. Let’s think about opportunity for a minute… Have you ever missed an opportunity because you were unaware of it? Have you ever missed an opportunity because you let it fall down your priority list? Have you ever missed an opportunity because you delayed, or were stuck in analysis paralysis? At least one is a yes.. guaranteed. While there are many opportunities that we know about, there are many that we don’t notice…because we aren’t looking. In this episode, I’m sharing two big ideas to help you take advantage of all of the opportunities that come your way. Tweet it out: Waiting has implications because opportunities have expiration dates. @KevinEikenberry From This Episode: Get a short, inspirational email tip every Monday – Friday by signing up for Kevin’s Daily Email here.
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Takalani Ndou

love this podcast, highly resonated with me...🙏🏿

Jul 30th
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Takalani Ndou

best podcast for leadership development 👌🏿

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