“Personal success doesn’t always translate into organizational success”
What makes leaders effective? Tune into this episode and you just might be surprised to learn what the research points to.
On this episode of Inspiring Leaders, we catch up with Dr. Scott Gregory, CEO of Hogan Assessment Systems to “Decode Leadership”. Scott shares an inside perspective of what it is like to work at Hogan Assessments. He also offers insights about why Hogan Assessments are the preeminent leadership assessment provider, and he shares some research-backed facts about three essential ingredients to exemplary leadership. If you are serious about your career, you should not miss this episode.
“Leadership isn’t about power, it’s about creating and sustaining a high performing team”
Scott Gregory, Ph.D., CEO, Hogan Assessment Systems, has spent his career researching, applying, and consulting on the links between personality, leadership, and performance. His work has been highlighted in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fortune, and many other international publications. He is a frequent speaker on personality in the workplace, has provided executive coaching for numerous CEOs and executives, and with his colleagues at Hogan, provides personality-based leader selection and development to organizations across the globe.
Dr. Scott Gregory on LinkedIn
Dr. Scott Gregory’s Email
Hogan Assessment Website
How Do You Derail?:
Chris Tuff became the youngest partner in the 100-year history of Atlanta-based advertising agency, 22squared, where he turned a team of Millennials from an “investment” to a major profit center in short order. He is the author of The Millennial Whisperer (Morgan James), a practical, profit-driven playbook for leaders to better understand the world’s largest generation.
Having started his career as one of the first marketers to focus on helping startups work with Fortune 100 brands, including Facebook in 2005, Chris is obsessed with emerging trends in marketing. As EVP and Director of Content Marketing and Partnerships at 22squared, he helps push to get their existing clients access to first-to-market ad products and offerings. He’s responsible for partnership development with tech and media companies like Twitter, Google, and Facebook.
A sought-after leader in the digital marketing space, Chris has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, in Fast Company, The New York Times, Wired, Bloomberg, Business Insider, Digiday, Social Times, Social Fresh, and consistently in advertising trade publications like Ad Age and Advertising Weekly.
Chris Tuff on LinkedIn
The Millennial Whisperer Website
The Millennial Whisperer on Amazon
Chris Tuff’s Email
“Fear limits what is possible. Let go and embrace BEING”
Radha Kalaria is not just a human BEING but a passionate champion of “well‐BEING”. Devoted to empowering individuals and organizations to BE who they are meant to be, by tapping into their own uniqueness and innate resourcefulness.
“The power lies within ourselves”
As a direct result of implementing wisdom & strategies learnt from Radha’s journey, her clients have optimized their return on investment, enhanced creativity & innovation, experienced healthy connections, created meaningful engagement, improved productivity and overall quality of life & work.
“Embrace your uniqueness”
Radha’s unique background with 20‐years of diverse industry experience in interior design, project management, client relations and leadership roles, gave her a strong foundation to go through life‐changing stressful events. Ten years back, Radha was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and given 30 days to live. During the same 1‐1⁄2 year period, she suffered catastrophic losses in her career, relationships, finances, leading to suicidal depression and loss of self‐worth.
"Well being starts with being well"
Radha now shares her story of how she transformed her dark night of the soul, to a life of real “well‐being”, as a speaker, coach and consultant. Her mission in life is to help shape the way “well‐being” is perceived and pursued in the world.
Radha on LinkedIn
Radha on Twitter
Radha on YourTube
Radha on Facebook
Radha on Instagram
“You can’t call yourself a Diverse Organization just by checking boxes”
Kim Carlin knows a thing or two about working with leaders and helping them grow high performing teams. With over two decades of management consulting expertise working with over 200 leading companies across five continents, Kim has a proven track record for analyzing business problems, defining a vision for change and implementing sustainable solutions.
“Unless they actually feel like their voices are heard and they are actually contributing to that business, then you’ve failed to have inclusion”
She is an author, professional speaker, and blogger. She has written and published articles on issues related to gender related management outcomes, change management and cultural transformation. Kim is a speaking contributor at many industry events in North America and is an ongoing guest lecturer at the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University (NYU) in New York City. She is also the Executive Leadership Coach supporting the Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and Life Sciences at The Rotman School of Management. Kim has an MBA in Strategy and a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership.
“There is a lot of benefit that comes from diversity of thought and questioning of ideas, doing things differently and looking to be innovative and strategic and that comes from people questioning and doing things differently, and that is an imperative”
When not working Kim is a world wanderer and an ‘adrenaline junkie’ with a quest for adventure whether it is hiking to Mt Everest Basecamp, skydiving in Australia, paragliding in the Swiss Alps or running a marathon in Africa. Her bucket list is never-ending!
Learn what a Meeting Test is and how you can leverage this for a more diverse and inclusive workplace. Press Play Now!
Kim Carlin on LinkedIn
Kim Carlin Email
Kim Carlin's Website
Dana Janzen on LinkedIn
Dana Janzen’s Email
Dana Janzen’s Website
For the first time in history, there are four Generations that are active in the workplace today.
For anyone who leads people, projects or organizations, you need to know that each one of these Generations is looking for something different and are motivated by unique factors.
Understanding these differences can make or break your organization or initiatives, so on this episode of Inspiring Leaders, the Leadership Brothers reunite to explore Generational Differences and what you can do to live, grow and thrive by “Engaging Generations”.
The Leadership Brothers are Terry Lipovski and Pat Lipovski, two industry-leading Executive Coaches and Consultants based in Canada. Terry Lipovski is based in Ottawa, the National Capital Region of Canada and Pat Lipovski is based in Calgary, Alberta, nearly 3,000km apart. Terry and Pat team up periodically to record useful episodes on the Inspiring Leaders show to help others become even better at leading their people, projects and organizations.
Terry Lipovski on LinkedIn
Terry Lipovski on Twitter
Terry Lipovski’s Email
Pat Lipovski on LinkedIn
Pat Lipovski on Twitter
Pat Lipovski’s Email
Envision Group’s Website
“Great leaders are great learners”
Franklin Morais is a Certified Professional Coach with Teamcoach International, and a Mastery Practitioner with the International Association of Coaching. He is also a Certified Facilitator with Finnish Education Evaluation Center credentials (FINEEC). He is a member of the International Association of Facilitators.
"I am inspired by leaders that have grace and passion"
Franklin serves on the Executive Committee of the Malaysian Association of Facilitators.
When not coaching or facilitating, Franklin enjoys facilitating education in the fields of Counseling and Organizational Behavior with a local private university and college.
Before venturing into Coaching, Facilitation, and academia, Franklin worked in the Information Technology sector for Fortune 500 Companies like NCR and Unisys. He also had a stint with non-profit organizations in leadership positions.
"Facilitation is guiding and guarding the process of bringing out the best in others"
In the university, Franklin taught Leadership at both undergraduate, and postgraduate levels. Whilst at the university, he was also called upon to conduct numerous seminars, workshops and training programs for students, teachers, and employees in both the private and government sectors on Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Teambuilding, and other soft skills areas.
Franklin Morais on LinkedIn
Franklin Morais on Twitter
Franklin Morais’ Teamcoach Facebook Site
Franklin Morais’ Email
International Association of Coaching (IAC)
International Association of Facilitation (IAF)
If you’d like to have grace, generosity, respect and action in the midst of a crisis, this episode is for you.
Bill Coletti is a reputation management, crisis communications and professional development expert, keynote speaker, Wall Street Journal Risk & Compliance panelist, and best-selling author of “Critical Moments: The New Mindset of Reputation Management”. He has more than 25 years of global experience managing high-stakes crises, issues management, and media relations challenges for both Fortune 500 companies and winning global political campaigns.
“You’ve got to have awareness, preparation and calmness”
Bill previously co-led the Global Risk Management and Crisis Communications Practice for Hill + Knowlton Strategies. He held senior leadership positions in the firm’s Austin, Texas, Los Angeles and Orlando, Florida offices as a member of the senior management team.
Bill provided senior counsel in crisis management, corporate communications, and reputation defense to numerous clients such as AT&T, Target Corporation, American Airlines, The Home Depot, Xerox, Nuclear Energy Institute, and Cargil, as well as major universities and global NGOs. Previously, Bill served in the Republic of Bulgaria as a senior advisor to the prime minister, Council of Ministers, and the labor minister. He was the first executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria.
Bill Coletti on LinkedIn
Bill Coletti on Twitter
Bill Coletti’s Website www.kith.co
Bill Coletti’s Book: “Critical Moments: The New Mindset of Reputation Management”
John Baldoni’s Book: “Grace: A Leaders Guide to a Better Us”
Is your organization successful because of how the leadership team operates or successful despite how they operate?
On this episode of Inspiring Leaders, Co-Host Dana Janzen welcomes our guest, Malcolm Eade. Malcolm is the CEO and President of Salus Global Corporation where he went beyond creating a traditional vision statement and designing leadership team operating principles. He and his team bring it to life and hold each other accountable every month. He is a seasoned executive who is obsessed with the symbiotic relationship between two things: high performance and a healthy workplace.
As a two-time ironman triathlon and multi-day extreme adventure racer, he values commitment to discipline and consistent execution of habits. Malcolm outlines the specifics of how his leadership team built their leadership habits and what they do to stay on track. Their dedication and discipline to how the leadership team operates is their secret to driving high performance and sustainable results. He proves that it starts at the top. Leadership habits at the top drive both culture and high performance.
Malcolm has spent more than twenty years dedicated to building high performance teams that have achieved superior results. His previous endeavours include a sixteen-year career with Johnson & Johnson where his last role was Vice President and General Manager. He has also held senior executive positions with The Canadian Medical Association and Allergan Canada. Malcolm holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Computer Science from McMaster University.
Dana Janzen's Website
Malcolm Eade on Linkedin
Salus Global website
Malcolm Eade’s email
Are you living your life, or is life living you? If you are not sure, this episode is for you so be mindful and tune in.
Our guest this week is Dr. Daphne Scott, the founder of DS Leadership Life, specializes in creating mindful leaders and mindful organization through leadership coaching programs that focus on mindfulness, positivity, creativity, and fun.
Dr. Scott developed her coaching programs throughout two decades of real-world coaching and corporate development experience. She draws on her unique background in improv theater and physical therapy to bring engaging embodiment and team-building elements to her coaching, along with strong leadership abilities and highly-trained facilitation skills to bring individuals and teams into a greater relationship, creativity, and ultimately, success.
Dr. Scott holds a Masters Degree in Applied Positive Psychology and a Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy, as well as multiple accolades in the field of professional coaching and development. She’s studied with top-level executive coaches, consciousness experts, and organizational psychologists, and she would love to share her insight to help your listeners take their work and lives to the next level. This week, Dr. Scott brings all this expertise into our conversation to help every listener become more mindful leaders.
Daphne Scott on LinkedIn
Daphne Scott on Twitter
Daphne Scott’s Website
Are you inspired by your life?
Krister Ungerböckis a keynote speaker, CEO Coach, and global expert in The Language of Leadership. Prior to retiring, Krister was the award-winning CEO of one of the largest family-owned software companies in the world. His expertise in the Language of Leadership is based upon his unique experience leading teams in 3 languages while doing business in over 40 countries, building businesses in six and living in three.
“When you become the version of you that you would love to meet, other people will love meeting you”
As a keynote speaker, Krister is passionate about sharing the secrets that his team used to win 5 consecutive Top Workplace awards and achieve remarkable employee engagement levels of 99.3%. His upcoming book, The Language of Leadership: Words to Transform How We Lead, Live and Love, will be published in spring 2019.
“To change how you lead, change your words”
Krister Ungerböck on LinkedIn
Krister Ungerböck’s Website
Krister's Book “The Language of Leadership”
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