SORT BY Relevancy
To position an organization for sustainable competitive advantage, leaders must go far beyond planning, to encompass ways of strategic thinking, acting, and influencing throughout the organization. In this show, John will discuss the Leadership and Strategy course with Dr. Leo Salgado, along with alumni guests Bill Rhoades, Becky Hildack, and Carlee Webb.
Have you ever co-led a program or project with another leader, and walked away thinking, never again? Do you dread having to collaborate, with the sub-text, I just wish I could have done this on my own?
The Parachute Project, designed by Joss Rowlands and John Breeze, was born from a co-leading experience during the prestigious Coaches Training Institute’s Leadership program.
In keeping with their own greater purpose of bringing co-leadership into the world, Joss and John work with leadership partners to help them embrace the experience of creating meaningful relationship, collaboration and intimacy. This opens them up to the joy of co-leadership, which expands their own influence as leaders in their own worlds.
John Breeze is a recovering engineer who’s now in his fourth (or so) career and believes he may have finally got it right! John trained with the Coaches Training Institute’s coaching program, then embraced the Leadership program. He’s been involved in various ways with the coaching and leadership community in the last five years and was recently recruited into the Co-Active Leadership Co-Ambassador team. John works with business owners and creative self-directed professionals, helping them harness their unique strengths and talents to build a thriving business and take responsibility for their lives.
Joss Rowlands is a CTI coaching grad, CPCC, and Co-Active Leadership grad. Her focus is self-mastery in the areas of intensity, complexity and drive. She brings the results (and mis-steps) of this to mentoring coaches and leaders in transition. Joss embraces the concept of Leaders holding responsibility for their worlds, while noting that these self-same words promote diversity and individuality and a greater need for the inter-dependence of spirit.
Join us for a conversation that will expand your own leadership through co-leadership.
What does it mean to learn the Art of Intimacy? Who would you become if you where to start live the Wild Woman’s Way? What does it mean to Reclaim Your Feminine Gifts? And how is all this impacting your leadership? In this show we have Michaela Boehm in the studio. She is a sought after gifted counselor and teacher for individuals and couples and currently the only one in the world personally trained and authorized by David Deida. Learn more about Michaelas workshops, intensives and products on http://www.michaelaboehm.com/
in Self Help
Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast
Radio Talk - Saturday July 26th at 8 PM CDT
Strategy or Culture: Which Is More Important?
No culture, however strong, can overcome poor choices when it comes to corporate strategy.
Culture can be the difference between success and failure. In a toxic business culture, you can’t do a thing. On the other hand, if people embrace a strategy, you can’t stop it.
Culture doesn't eat strategy for breakfast. If the two conflict, nobody's eating breakfast for long.
Instead, culture aligned with strategy eats competition for breakfast.
Sam Deep is not affiliated with the MSOL program, but he has been invoved in the same mission as MSOL for many years - training and raising up a new generation of leaders. Sam joins John today to talk about his life's work and mission, and his Leadership Academy that trains leaders in corporations and in open seminars all over Western Pennsylvania. Here is Sam's bio information from his own website:
Sam Deep launched his leadership development career in 1986 after 15 years of teaching and administration at the University of Pittsburgh. Since then, he has spoken in front of more than 200,000 people, his 16 internationally published books have sold well over one million copies in 14 languages, and his last four audio tapes were featured on USAirway's EntertainAir.
Sam's ideas about management have been quoted in newspapers and magazines throughout the country as well as on CNN-FN, CNBC, and WGN Radio Chicago. He served as an adjunct professor of leadership and strategy at the Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business from 1998 to 2006. For eight years, he hosted "Following the Leader," a weekly radio program on KQV in Pittsburgh that focused on building better corporate leaders. His current consulting services include executive coaching, leadership development, team building, and strategic planning. His Sam Deep Leadership Academy equips emerging leaders for future responsibilities.
A Practical Guide to The Strategy and Tactics of Revolution. This evening an article will be read and the listeners will have an opportunity to comment and express their thoughts.
Join Host Live Chats
- The Wacko Network (13 chatters)
- superdaveshow (6 chatters)
- HealingMom (5 chatters)
- Bill Martinez Live (2 chatters)
- Clay Douglas (2 chatters)
- DONNELL BALLARD MORNING SHOW (2 chatters)
- Tracey and Friends (2 chatters)
- Tarhaka (1 chatters)
- The Road Less Traveled (1 chatters)
- Red Pill Network (1 chatters)