We are now 63 episodes into The Remarkable Leadership Podcast, and while we have posted a “leaderboard” internally to our team, I thought it might make sense to share it publicly as well.
There are at least two good reasons why:
- We want to recognize (and thank again) these guests.
- We want to encourage more people to listen and gain value!
The research shows that more and more people are listening to podcasts, which is great; yet I know that in total, that number is relatively small. Perhaps you are “meaning to” figure out podcasts, and the apps, and all. Perhaps you have some core shows you listen to and haven’t added to it for awhile. Or perhaps you weren’t really aware that this podcast even existed.
Whatever the reason, this post will help you overcome those obstacles.
- You don’t have to “figure it out” if you don’t want to, just click the links below and listen.
- We are giving you all the links to add the show to your existing service right here (they are below).
- Now you know The Remarkable Leadership Podcast exists, so you can get started!
Here is the list, as of this writing . . .
1. Wine, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Leadership with Maynard Keenan
Most know Maynard for his amazing performances as the leading front man of Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer, but he also owns (and runs) his own winery. You’ll learn why innovation in leadership is ESSENTIAL to being successful, as well as the importance of gathering and leading a team that reflects your hard-working efforts.
2. The Leader’s Role in Motivation with Susan Fowler
If you’re tired of unsuccessful attempts to drive your team towards increased motivation, you won’t want to miss this powerful, insightful episode! Best-selling author, Susan Fowler talks about the successful, research-based model that she used in her book to help leaders guide their people towards the kinds of motivation that results in increased productivity and engagement.
3. Lessons for Today from Teddy Roosevelt with Jon Knokey
Jon Knokey, former NCAA quarterback, businessman, and author of Theodore Roosevelt and the Making of American Leadership, shares leadership lessons from Teddy Roosevelt. Learn about ‘work at the center’ and how Roosevelt looked at the big picture and positioned himself and America for leadership.
4. The Outward Mindset with Jim Ferrell
Jim Ferrell explains the difference between inward and outward mindset and shares some of their research on how the mindset we choose can ultimately determine our success as leaders. He’ll share resources to help determine your mindset as well as how to manage and lead those who are different from you.
5. The Art of Community with Charles Vogl
Have you ever considered the positive impacts that strong communities create? In this episode, Charles Vogl, executive consultant and best-selling author discusses the importance of creating strong communities, how leaders can cultivate their team members, and how to grow effective, connected and successful communities.
6. (TIE) Leading Through Core Values with Dina Dywer-Owens
In this episode, Dina Dwyer-Owens talks about how putting company culture and values front and center translated to massive success, growing a small, one brand business into a national success with 11 service-based organizations with more than 2,500 franchises in 11 countries.
6. (TIE) Closing Your Leadership Gap with Lolly Daskal
Lolly Daskal, founder of Lead from Within and the most inspiring person in the world according to the Huffington Post, shares her thoughts on coaching and how it can be used to empower and engage people to reach their potential.
8. (TIE) Leadership Whitespace with Juliet Funt
We’re all living in the “Age of Overload,” in which everyone deals with the epidemic of “busyness,” but what can we do about it? Juliet Funt, owner and founder of WhiteSpace at Work, offers constructive advice and tips to become more productive and successful in both your work and home life.
8. (TIE) The Leader’s Playbook with Bryan Neale
In this insightful episode, Bryan Neale, sales training consultant, co-host of The Advanced Selling Podcast, and NFL umpire, discusses how certain strategies used in football provide leaders with a playbook for success.
10. Learning Leadership with Jim Kouzes
While this industry legend needs no introduction, I’ll simply say, if you’re eager to learn new techniques to maximize your leadership potential, this is an insightful and powerful conversation that you won’t want to miss.
11. Lessons from a Major General with Major General David Bassett
Major General Bassett shares leadership insights and challenges us to understand our role within the organization and recognize that if we have to use our title/position to get what we want, we haven’t properly instilled the values of the organization.
Just because these are the most listened to/downloaded episodes, doesn’t mean they are the only good ones! You can see all the episodes on your favorite podcast app, or by going to RemarkblePodcast.com.
Be a Part of the Action
My goal for each episode is to have a conversation with a smart person about topics of interest to leaders and aspiring leaders. My goal in each conversation is to make it feel like you are with us, even though, you can’t actually participate in the conversation! We do want the conversation to go on beyond the show though – and there are two ways you can be a part of the show, be on the inside, gain more insight, and even help direct the show’s future!
You can join our Facebook Group (which is just getting going as of this writing – and where we will focus more of our effort moving forward).
Or, if you are on LinkedIn more, you can join our LinkedIn Group too. This group has existed longer and we will continue to post updates and engage in conversation as members wish, but our focus is moving to the Facebook Group.
Here they are, as promised.