Monthly Archives: June 2009

Lessons from History

For today’s program on Lessons from History, my first guest was Doug Moran of If You Will Lead LLC, and author of the book “If you Will Lead: Enduring Wisdom for 21st-Century Leaders”, followed by Rhondalynn Korolak of Imagineering Unlimited, author of…

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Basics of Leadership – Lessons from History – Jun 26,2009

A look at historical examples of leaders and leadership, and lessons we can draw from their examples, with special guest Doug Moran (www.ifyouwilllead.com). Also invited is Rhondalynn Korolak of imagineeringunlimited.com, author of “On The Shoulders Of…

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The Leader’s Two Internal Relationships

A business leader (and especially the owner or CEO) has to maintain two types of relationships inside the business — one is with the staff, and the other is with the business itself.Today’s interview covered both of these relationship types. Our expe…

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Zweifler’s 20 Questions, and Leadership and Business Culture – Jun 19,2009

Zweifler’s 20 Questions – how a leading corporate valuation expert tells good leaders from bad. Followed by “Leadership and Business Culture” with Susan Steinbrecher.management | leadership | CEO | valuation | interview

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Zweifler’s 20 Questions

One of my guest experts coming up on 19-Jun-2009 will be Walter Zweifler, an expert at valuing companies. (He holds a free valuation webinar on the second Friday of every month here, at 1 PM Eastern time: http://zweifler.eventbrite.com/.)Since there’s…

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Two good articles by Stephen Balzac

Management expert Stephen Balzac has penned two more excellent articles:We’re Doomed!The Aardvark PrincipleEnjoy.

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Habits of Leadership – Taking Blame and Admitting Fault

My guests for this episode were Kate Westin of CWA Connect and Dr. Gregg Steinberg, author of Full Throttle.Kate draws a critical distinction between “blame” and accountability. We’ll get much more organizational benefit from accountability, and very l…

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Habits of Leadership – Taking Blame and Admitting Fault – Jun 12,2009

Part of our Habits of Leadership series – we look at how a leader should, and should not, admit fault and take blame, what it means to hold oneself accountable, and how it affects the rest of the organization. Guests include Kate Westin of CWA Connect,…

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Operations and the Execution Oriented Leader

Episode: Operations and the Execution Oriented LeaderLeaders provide vision – and they also make sure things get done.What’s a leader’s role in ensuring that operations are actually carried out? What does it mean to be an Execution-Oriented Leader? Gue…

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Operations and the Execution Oriented Leader – Jun 05,2009

Leaders provide vision – and they also make sure things get done. What’s a leader’s role in ensuring that operations are actually carried out? What does it mean to be an Execution-Oriented Leader? Invited guests include Yacov Wrocherinsky, CEO of Infin…

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