Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Cost Difference Between OK And Great

Remember, Great isn’t Cheap I see leaders setting themselves up for failure and credibility loss when they don’t differentiate the cost of doing a GREAT...

PODCAST #270: What’s The Difference Between Training and Coaching? | Doug McKenna

Dr. Doug McKenna brings a rich background to the challenge of coaching senior executives. After earning his PhD in differential psychology in 1979 at the University of Minnesota, he plunged into a career of teaching, researching, consulting. In 1993, he left tenure and joined the Microsoft Corporation as general manager corporate HR. From 1993 to 2001, he was the architect of Microsoft's executive and leadership development efforts. During that time, he had the opportunity to coach many of the companies most senior leaders and fast rising stars. His leadership course, designed to resonate with the pace and pressure of Microsoft's culture, has been delivered to Microsoft leaders around the world. Currently, he is president of the Oceanside Institute.

How To Be A World-Class Coach

Kevin Kruse: Hey everyone. Kevin Kruse here. Welcome to the LEADx Leadership Show. Welcome back to the LEADx Leadership Show. We are once again...

PODCAST #269: Be The Boss Your Team Needs | Kevin Kruse

NY Times best selling author, Kevin Kruse answers listener questions about leadership, productivity, entrepreneurship and more.

I Was Told “Don’t Share This With Anyone.” (Communication)

If you’re in a position of authority and you tell one of your team members, “don’t share this with anyone,” thin ice magically appears...

Find Meaning (Instead Of Happiness) Via Your Reason For Being (Self-Awareness)

"This is my calling. This is what I was meant to do." Have you ever met a person who is passionate and clear about their...

Top Gun On Five Overused Jargon To Avoid (Communication)

In the workplace, we often shortcut conversations by using clichés. While these quick, popular phrases are commonly understood, are you aware that they can...

How Do You Tell An Employee They Smell? (With Sample Dialogue!)

Telling an employee they have a body odor problem doesn’t mean you have to be judgemental. The kindest way to deliver harsh feedback is by using language that is simple and to the point.

Your Brand, Your Story: Find Your Narrative And Make Your Profit

Kevin Kruse: Welcome, everyone, and thank you. Thank you for coming back to another episode of the LEADx Leadership Show, where we're going to...
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