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Becoming an Agile Leader with Chuck Mollor

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Our lives, both personal and professional, can get messy. Organizations are continuously scaling up, developing new products, or pulling back, for example. Not to mention that we can have 3-4 generations in one office for the first time, or we are hybrid or remote. Chuck Mollor says a good leader creates stability during chaos. Chuck joins Kevin to discuss agile leadership, moving beyond software development.

Key Points

  • Chuck Mollor defines agile leadership. 
  • He discusses the future of leadership. 
  • He advises on how we can be more accepting of ourselves.

Meet Chuck

Chuck Mollor
  • Name: Chuck Mollor
  • His Story: Chuck Mollor is the author of The Rise of The Agile Leader. Can You Make the Shift? and is the founder, CEO, advisor, and executive coach at MCG Partners, an organization that helps develop leaders and teams, optimizing both businesses and individual talent. For over 35 years, Chuck has advised, coached, and consulted executives and organizations across industries, from startups to Fortune 500 and not-for-profit organizations.
  • Worth Mentioning: In Chuck’s former role as a global CEO, and as a member of several executive teams, Chuck has a breadth of experience with general management, entrepreneurial endeavors, and P&L responsibilities. Chuck is a graduate of executive programs at The Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has a BA in political science and a minor in business administration from Merrimack College. He is an ICF certified executive coach, is a Talent Optimization Consultant in The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment™ and is certified in Hogan and several 360 assessments.

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Find Your Happy at Work with Beverly Jones

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We are social beings and our relationships with others are critical to our happiness. That is just one of the ways that Beverly Jones shares on how we can get unstuck and create fulfillment and happiness. She tells Kevin that what works for us as individuals is just as important for leaders. When you manage your happiness, you are more empathetic and better able to motivate your team.

Key Points

  • Beverly Jones offers practical strategies to create joy and meaning at work (or home). They include:
    • Making better use of your calendar.
    • The importance of networking and what it is and isn’t.
    • Learning something new; when you are in learning mode you are more creative.
  • The “engagement triangle”: by managing 3 factors you can increase awareness and motivate yourself and team members.

Meet Beverly

April Rinne
  • Name: Beverly Jones
  • Her Story: Beverly is the author of Find Your Happy at Work: 50 Ways to Get Unstuck, Move Past Boredom, and Discover Fulfillment. She works with leaders to spark engagement and productivity in their teams and helps professionals to thrive in their careers. She is a Visiting Fellow at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Service at Ohio University.
  • Worth Mentioning: Beverly started working at 13 She was a Washington lawyer, and then an energy company executive, before women were always welcome, and learned career and leadership lessons the hard way, a little at a time. She is a born pessimist who learned optimism by trial and error.

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What it Means to be a 100x Leader with Jeremie Kubicek

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Do you want compliance, or do you want engagement? Jeremie Kubicek joins Kevin to discuss how we need more leaders worth following. There is a balance of support (not coddling) and challenge (not demeaning) to get the most from your team. Quite frankly, if you are leading and no one is following, you are just going on a walk.

Key Points

  • Jeremie shares the definition of a 100x leader.
  • The idea of challenge and support.
  • The importance of setting and managing expectations.
  • Why leaders need coaches.

Meet Jeremie

Jeremie Kubicek
  • Name: Jeremie Kubicek
  • His Story: Jeremie is the coauthor of The 100X Leader: How to Become Someone Worth Following. He is the Executive Chairman of GiANT, a technology company focused on unlocking the potential of people, teams, and organizations.
  • Worth Mentioning: Jeremie is a powerful communicator, serial entrepreneur and content builder. He creates content used by some of the largest companies around the globe found in the books he has authored: The 100X Leader, 5 Voices, 5 Gears and the National Bestseller, Making Your Leadership Come Alive. He has started over 20 companies while living in Oklahoma City, Moscow, Atlanta and London.

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Rethinking Competitive Advantage with Ram Charan

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We are firmly planted in the digital age. As such, the rules of competition are vastly different from just 20 years ago. Ram Charan joins Kevin to talk about the “new” rules of competition. He also encourages us to ask ourselves each morning how we can use our day and how we can make the people around us more successful. This episode was recorded during Virtual LeaderCon 2021.

Key Points

  • Ram discusses changes in the digital world.
  • He runs through the rules of competition.
    1. A personalized consumer experience is key to exponential growth.
    2. Algorithms and data are essential weapons.
    3. A company does not compete. Its ecosystem does.
    4. Moneymaking is geared for huge cash generation, not earnings per share, and the new law of increasing returns.
    5. People, culture, and work design for a social engine that drives innovation and execution personalized for each customer.
    6. Leaders continuously learn, imagine, and break through obstacles to create the change that other companies must contend with.
  • Advice for managers at any level.

Meet Ram

Ram Charan
  • Name: Ram Charan
  • His Story: Author Rethinking Competitive Advantage: New Rules for Success in the Digital Age in addition to more than 30 books. In his work with companies around the world, he is known for cutting through the complexity of running a business in today’s fast changing environment to uncover the core business problem.
  • Worth Mentioning: Professor Charan has coached more than a dozen leaders who went on to become CEOs. He reaches many more up and coming business leaders through in-house executive education programs. His energetic, interactive teaching style has won him several awards, including the Bell Ringer award at GE’s famous Crotonville Institute and best teacher award at Northwestern.
    Ram was elected a Distinguished Fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources and was named one of the most influential people in corporate governance and the board room by Directorship magazine. He has served on the Blue Ribbon Commission on Corporate Governance and serves or has served on a dozen boards in the US, Brazil, China, India, Canada, and Dubai.

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Read to Lead with Jeff Brown

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Maybe Dr. Seuss said it best, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Jeff Brown joins Kevin to discuss why leaders are the best readers. He shares a plan to help you get into the habit of reading and gives you permission to move away from a book if it does not serve you.

Key Points

  • Jeff shares common barriers to reading.
  • Tips for developing a consistent reading habit.
  • Advice to implement what you read.

Meet Jeff

  • Name: Jeff Brown
  • His Story: Author of Read to Lead. Jeff is an award-winning radio producer and personality, and former nationally syndicated morning show host.
  • Worth Mentioning: Following a 26-year career in radio, Jeff went boss-free in 2013 and soon after launched the Read to Lead Podcast. It has gone on to become a four-time Best Business Podcast nominee and has featured Jeff’s interviews with today’s best business and non-fiction authors, including actor and author Alan Alda, Stephen M. R. Covey, Seth Godin, John Maxwell, Liz Wiseman., and many more. Jeff has personally coached hundreds of successful podcasters around the globe and has consulted on podcasts for the US government, two of the largest churches in the US, and numerous multi-million dollar companies.

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