Monthly Archives: July 2017

Critical To Your Team’s Culture: Equal Air Time

In researching what makes successful teams, Google’s “Project Aristotle” found psychological safety was key.  A group norm that supports psychological safety is  “equality in...

PODCAST #100: Leadership Lessons from the Miracle on the Hudson | Sully Sullenberger

In this special edition of the Weekly Wrapup, Kevin interviews Captain Sully Sullenberger about leading in crisis. Captain Sullenberger pursued his childhood love of aviation and learned to fly at age sixteen. He graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy and served as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force, flying the legendary F-4 Phantom. After leaving the air force, he became a commercial airline pilot and he received international acclaim on January 15, 2009 when he, and his first officer and flight crew, safely guided US Airways Flight 1549 to an emergency water landing in New York City’s Hudson River after it lost both engines in a bird strike. 155 lives were saved that day. He would later be portrayed by Tom Hanks in the film version of this amazing event, which was directed by Clint Eastwood. Today, through keynote speeches around the world, he teaches how to achieve the highest levels of performance, reliability, and safety through effective crisis management, continuous learning, and leadership. He is a New York Times bestselling author of two books, including 'Sully.'

PODCAST #099: Robots Stealing Your Job? Time To Become A Cannibal | Shawn Kanungo

In this episode, we're going to talk about ways to drive innovation with our guest, Shawn Kanungo. Over the past decade with Deloitte, he has been recognized globally for his work in the area of innovation. He shares his hands-on experiences through talks around the world to help leaders navigate change within a digital era. In 2016, he was named to 'Avenue Magazine's Top 40 Under 40 list.' He is also co-hosts 'The Dip,' a podcast focused on strategy, marketing and innovation.

The Mental Exercise that Boosts Your Success

Seeing yourself having already accomplished and done the things that cause success, has a greater impact on that than imagining success.
Success Story Thomas Koch

LEADx Success Story: Are You Listening?

At LEADx we love to hear about your achievements! Let’s take a peek into the success story of Thomas Koch, a LEADx listener who...

Kind Leaders Get Better Results (Builds Strong Relationships)

Kind leaders are needed in the workplace, not the niceness that pervades our culture. Kindness comes from a place of knowing we are loved and...

PODCAST #098: Become Powerfully Persuasive With These 2 Tips | G. Riley Mills

In this episode, we're going to talk about how to be a more persuasive and effective communicator with our guest, G. Riley Mills. He is a keynote speaker, executive coach, and communications expert who has worked in more than 30 countries. He is the co-founder of 'Pinnacle Performance Company,' and co-author of 'The Pin Drop Principle: Captivate, Influence, and Communicate Better Using the Time-Tested Methods of Professional Performers.'

How To Coach With Questions: 7 Things To Ask Your Team

You don't even know what the problem is but you've got an opinion on what the answer should be.

Don’t Just Hustle For Life. Hustle FOR A Life! (Time Management)

On a recent birthday, I shared some raw honesty — I think I am at best exactly at the halfway point of my life,...
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