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Chris and Perry discuss five areas that can positively affect your leadership mindset if you attend to them properly.

We discuss five gaps that leaders must bridge in order to transform their mindset from individual contributor to leader.

Chris and Perry discuss how you can influence your boss through moving from managing to leading and developing a leadership mindset. 

Leaders at every level need to be intentional about how they influence and connect with those who report to them.

Today, Chris and Perry welcome the CEO of The John Maxwell Company, Mark Cole to the podcast to discuss increasing your influence.

Today, Chris and Perry talk about how to develop leadership (influence) even if you don’t have the title of a leader… yet.

Chris and Perry talk about the difference between equipping and developing and why developing someone has a long-term positive effect on your business.

In this episode, Chris and Perry talk about ways you can complete versus compete with your peers to develop positive influence.

Today, Chris and Perry talk about investing in relational chemistry as a way of increasing influence with your boss.

When leading from the middle of the organization, it’s tempting to think that you don’t need to learn to lead until you get your leadership title. Today, Chris and Perry talk about things you could be doing to overcome the "Destination Myth."

A 360-Degree Leader must be able to lead up, down and across. In this episode, Chris and Perry share two strategies for influencing down in the organization.

Today, Chris and Perry talk about a structured approach to developing influence with your peers.

In this episode, Chris and Perry talk about ways people in the middle of the organization can develop more influence with their leaders.

In today’s episode Chris and Perry discuss ways to develop influence to help you lead without a title.

In this episode, you'll learn how to reduce the potential for conflict when sharing feedback with your team.

Today, Chris and Perry discuss the ability that great leaders have to see, embrace, and diffuse conflict before it can disrupt the team and derail progress.

In this episode, Chris and Perry discuss several key strategies in handling and diffusing conflict.

Today, Chris and Perry reveal three strategies for leaning into conflict that often arises from difficult conversations.

Today we talk about three questions every follower is asking about you to determine if you are an inclusive leader.

Today we examine how your values determine your approach to having a diverse and inclusive culture.

Today, we discuss how leaders can intentionally design a diverse and inclusive culture in their organization.

Today we talk about flattening the hierarchy curve and inviting others' opinions and points of view to help you open the door of possibilities in your organization.

We discuss five questions to help you equip and empower your team to think and act like change agents.

As businesses begin to reopen, how can a leader use this unique situation to restart or reshape their team and corporate culture?

As businesses begin to reopen, how can a leader use this unique situation to restart or reshape their team and corporate culture?

As businesses begin to reopen, how can a leader use this unique situation to restart or reshape their team and corporate culture?

As businesses begin to reopen, how can a leader use this unique situation to restart or reshape their team and corporate culture?

As businesses begin to reopen, how can a leader use this unique situation to restart or reshape their team and corporate culture?

As businesses begin to reopen, how can a leader use this unique situation to restart or reshape their team and corporate culture?

As businesses begin to reopen, it's an excellent opportunity for leaders to lean into their communication style.

We round out our three-part series on perspective by uncovering the last four of John Maxwell's 11 perspective principles.

In Episode 88 of our podcast, we continue exploring John's 11-part approach on perspective and share tips for choosing and changing your perspective.

In Episode 87 of our podcast, we provide important perspective principles that can help leaders in times of adversity and crisis.

How to leaders turn trying times into a better experience? The answer is being intentional.

We discuss the three key aspects of a personal development plan and the critical success factors for putting it into action.

In Episode #84 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, learn how insider outsider dynamics might be killing engagement on your team.

It's possible for two people to view adversity differently and have two completely different responses to that adversity.

In the midst of an adversity crisis, we can find opportunity. It’s all about the power perspective!

Right now, more than ever, we need to be leaning in on that influence to help people through this time of change.

During the COVID-19 global crisis, leadership will be revealed and where leadership is most needed. Learn more in Episode 80 of our podcast.

In Episode #79 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we continue the conversation on what it means to be an inspiring leader with Chris Fuller.

In Episode #78 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss what it means to be an inspiring leader and how to build an engaged workforce. 

In Episode #77 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore some of the triggers that can affect attitude and what leaders can do to improve.

In Episode #75 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss the essential topic of feedback, and how to create a feedback culture for your organization.

In Episode #74, Chris and Perry continue speaking with Stacey Speller, and offer seven things that women can do to maximize their leadership.

What's the roadmap for women to follow when it comes to authentic leadership?

Good thinkers solve problems. They never lack for ideas, and they always have hope for a better future. In Episode #72, Chris and Perry explain how the way people think is the one thing that separates successful people from unsuccessful people.

People are influenced by what you do for the organization. In Episode #71, Chris and Perry look at 7 ways you can increase your influence by making your team better.

In Episode #70, Chris and Perry explain the 80-10-10 rule of telling, teaching, and coaching, and how applying it to your leadership can boost your team's performance and engagement.

In Episode #69, Chris and Perry go over a few tips and habits to make yourself more accountable and find success in the new year.

In Episode #68, Chris and Perry discuss the importance of delegating problem-solving and decision-making so that your organization can thrive.

In Episode #67, Chris and Perry go through 5 key habits of elite performers and discuss how incorporating these habits will not only develop yourself as a leader but your team as individuals.

In Episode #66, Chris and Perry stress having a "growth mindset" and show us what leaders can learn from the performance habits of elite athletes.

In Episode #65 of the Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris and Perry address the question, "Do I really need to have a vision?" Yes! Here's how you can make your team vision a reality.

In Episode #64 of the Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris and Perry explain the importance of working ON your business and how you can shift your focus to the big picture to improve your organization.

In Episode #63 of the Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris and Perry explain 3 strategies for facilitating motivation that will create a workplace where your team values working.

In Episode #62 of the Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris and Perry lay out 10 strategies for connecting with others that will turn you into a world-class networker.

In Episode #61 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris and Perry examine the key differences between rules and standards and regulations and expectations, and how making the switch will boost your organization's satisfaction, independence, and overall excellence.

In Episode #60 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss the importance of having a succession plan and building a strong bench.

In Episode #59 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss a tough decision we face as leaders--to be vulnerable or to armor up.

In Episode #58 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss how to strengthen your executive presence and potential pitfalls to avoid.

In Episode #57 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris and Perry discuss various behavioral and personality assessments.

In Episode #56 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris and Perry discuss how to make sure that "the door is always open" is not just a slogan but a reality for your team members.

In Episode #55 of John Maxwell's Executive Leadership Podcast, we challenge you to ask your team 10 questions about your leadership that can tell you whether or not you are a "teachable leader."

In Episode #54 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we challenge you to better yourself as a leader by asking yourself 5 key questions.

In Episode #53 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we challenge you to "Dare to be Dumb" by asking more questions.

In Episode #52 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss the important steps that leaders should take in order to successfully develop their team.

In Episode #51 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss how you can "hang around the hoop" as a leader to achieve results. 

In Episode #50 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, consider ways in which we can support persistence and consistency in our organizations and in ourselves.

In Episode #49 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we discuss how you can take your team to the next level.

In Episode #48 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore how you can become an effective second, third, or fourth-line leader.

In Episode #47 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore how you can become a leader in your organization without a title. 

In Episode #46 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore how leaders can intentionally and attainably set goals that work towards the big picture. 

 In Episode #45 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we examine how a leader can grow from being a visionary to a vision caster for their organization.

In Episode #44 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we how leaders can begin setting priorities by rising above the noise of the urgent.

In Episode #43 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore 3 sets of 3 tools that leaders can use to drive employee engagement.

In Episode #42 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore how leaders can become agents of change for both themselves and for their organizations. 

In Episode #41 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore how to use listening as a tool for showing value to people.

In Episode #40 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore the characteristics of highly accountable people.

In Episode #39 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore how leaders can win, influence, and connect with those around them

In Episode #38 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore some of the strengths and struggles that millennials have in the workplace today.

In Episode #37 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore the three key behaviors of high engagement leaders with Fernando Campos of Peoples Mortgage.

Fernando Campos will share how People’s Mortgage puts “people first” and why the power of perspective is so crucial when it comes to generational and cross-cultural leadership.

In our podcast, Chris Goede and Perry Holley explain the importance of perception and offer five questions that leaders can ask themselves to help bridge the IP Gaps within their teams. 

In this episode of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris Goede and Perry Holley share the remaining half truths of employee engagement.

There are many “half” truths that leaders like to believe. In Episode #33 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we reveal the first five of these half truths and how they play a role in your team's engagement.

You can't manage time, but you can manage priorities and make sure that you are being productive with your time. In episode #32 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris Goede and Perry Holley discuss the Law of Priorities.

In episode #31 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris Goede and Perry Holley share their experiences with the often much dreaded 'performance review'!

It’s so easy to get caught up in today’s fast-paced world, that we often forget the most important part of being a leader: helping our team members reach their full potential.

In this episode, Chris Goede and Perry Holley explore authentic leadership, including four simple truths that leaders can apply today.

Company culture is a big problem in organizations across the world, and having a positive one can be a huge differentiator.

It’s important to acknowledge that people from different cultural backgrounds have different expectations of what leadership looks like.

Delegation is critical for leaders in terms of production, employee engagement and developing their people.

We all have great intentions at the beginning of the year, but eventually we start making excuses when life gets in the way.

It’s the first time in history that we have five generations in the workforce. With that comes many opportunities, but also challenges for leaders today.

As we prepare to launch into the new year, we offer effective approach that can be used to evaluate your year and hit the ground running next year.

The biggest driver of engagement is empathy. In Episode #22 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we explore how leaders can build empathy as a skill.

In our podcast, we explore how leaders can build and maintain trust with their teams with actionable tips that can be applied today.

One of the most important things leaders can do when bringing their teams to full engagement is establish boundaries.