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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.

In Episode 19 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we’ll talk about engagement and why leaders must learn to stop stepping up and step back

In Episode of 18 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, we’ll share tips for making sure momentum stays where it’s at and business continues to stay on track in good times and bad.

In order to be authentic, the first thing you need to do is to really understand yourself so that you can lead and communicate effectively with your team.

Listen to Episode 16 of our Executive Leadership Podcast for some tools that will help you with difficult conversations and create lasting, productive relationships with your team.

Everybody is busy, but busy doing what? Though they often get used synonymously, there’s a big difference between being busy and being productive.

We'll explore the importance of feedback -- meaning feedback not only that we ask for, but also the feedback we should give.

The John Maxwell Company’s Perry Holley and Chris Goede explore five key questions that every coaching leader should ask themselves.

In Episode 12 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, The John Maxwell Company’s Perry Holley and Chris Goede discuss Level 4 in the Five Levels of Leadership.

In Episode 11 of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Perry Holley and Chris Goede share tips for becoming a stronger Level 3 leader, which means focusing more on we and less on me.

Are you a momentum-building leader or a momentum-breaker? Listen to Episode 10 in our Executive Leadership Podcast to discover more.

In the next episode of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris Goede and Perry Holley will talk about what it takes to be a successful Level 3 leader, with the key being production.

In this episode of our Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris Goede and Perry Holley will talk about what it takes to be a successful Level 3 leader, with the key being production.

We all have a natural bent towards Level 2 or Level 3 in the 5 Levels of Leadership.

The John Maxwell Company offers a wide array of leadership development and management training built on the timeless principles of John C. Maxwell.

There are three questions that every follower is asking their leader: “Can you help me?”, “Do you care about me?”, and “Can I trust you?”

We’ve learned that people follow you because they have to at Level 1 of the 5 Levels of Leadership. Now, as a Level 2 leader, they're watching your every…

Episode 3: Perry Holley and Chris Goede share tips for creating a personal development plan that will help you grow as a leader and, in turn, grow your team.

The John Maxwell Company offers a wide array of leadership development and management training built on the timeless principles of John C. Maxwell.

In the first episode of our Executive Leadership podcast, Chris Goede introduces the Five Levels of Leadership, giving an overview of each level.