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#320 Martin G Moore – Defining & Delivering Value The No BS Leadership Way

Welcome to #320 of The Today’s Leader Podcast. Hosting the podcast I am acutely aware of the responsibility I have to present great leadership development through myself and the global experts we welcome to the podcast. It really does come down to defining and delivering value to our audience. We listen to other podcasts often …

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319 – Monday Mentoring -How to Empower Your Leadership

Hey there, Coach Curl and welcome to Monday Mentoring and Episode 319 of The Today’s Leader Podcast. In Episode 318 we spoke with Erin Jewell and she shared so much gold and insights into many aspects of leadership. If you haven’t tune in, some real leadership gold there. https://todaysleader.com.au/318-erin-jewell-empowerment-is-a-practised-leadership-skill-set/ The one I want to speak …

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#303 Monday Mentoring – Tips to Build Effective Creative Teams

Welcome to Monday Mentoring. As a leader, you must serve people. The best leaders foster creativity in others. Creative thinking along with the right risks put you in good positions. Explore all the different possibilities and give curiosity a shot. Believe in new ideas, no matter if it does not seem to fit right at …

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#279 Monday Mentoring – When Your Team is a Top Priority

One of the key priorities for any leader is the care of their team. The number one priority should be their team, the people they lead. And sometimes caring for your team often gets misinterpreted. Some will define that as being soft as a leader, accepting of poor performance, accepting of poor behavior, not willing …

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275 – Five Leadership Skills to Develop – Coaching

Today we dive into coaching.Coaching has a large range of negative connotations. Many people reject coaching as they believe it’s a sign of weakness asking for help. They have a block of admitting others may be able to help. Others have built a negative tone, as their companies have used the word “coaching” when undertaking …

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255 – Leanne Wyvill – Self Awareness and Shared Outcomes

Welcome to Episode 255 of the Todays Leader. Over the last couple of episodes, we have visited amazing leaders in Papua New Guinea and from the White House, while today we are a little closer to home. A key figure in the Innovation and Communications space, Leanne Wyvill brings value to business and leaders right …

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253 – Robert Bo Brabo – From the Military to The White House to the Boardroom

Welcome to #253 of The Today’s Leader Podcast This episode is one of those times, where you do truly count your blessings. I have been privileged to interview some amazing leaders from around the world and today is no different. Robert “Bo” Brabo is today’s guest and the interview is amazing. Bo and I discussed  – …

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#249 Jen Thornton – Trading Fear for Innovation

Welcome to Episode 249 of the Today’s Leader Podcast. Our special guest today is JENNIFER THORNTON, A.C.C., FOUNDER and it was a great conversation.  As Jen says, running a high-performance team always boils down to two things, Adopting a “perfect fit” hiring process and developing each hire. according to his or her own individual and job-specific …

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