The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

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The Remarkable Leadership Podcast with Kevin Eikenberry is dedicated to all things leadership. Each week Kevin shares his thoughts about leadership development and ideas to help you see the world differently, lead more confidently and make a bigger difference for those you lead. He also has weekly conversations with leadership experts discussing a wide range of topics including teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, personal and organizational development, human potential and more.


Helping Your Feedback Be Accepted - Thoughts from Kevin
Jul 3 • 7 min
In this episode, we talk about how to get others to accept the feedback you are giving - leading them to action.
Lead with Speed with Alan Willett
Jul 1 • 27 min
Alan Willett, author of Lead with Speed, talks with Kevin Eikenberry about speed mindset, risk, and burnout. Sometimes it’s not about working harder.
Getting Your Feedback Understood - Thoughts from Kevin
Jun 26 • 6 min
To help make sure that your feedback is understood, I am giving you six simple and easily implemented ideas in this video.
Saving Face with Maya Hu-Chan
Jun 24 • 35 min
Maya Hu-Chan joins Kevin Eikenberry to discuss honoring face, losing face, saving face; psychological safety; and the Triple A Model.
Without This, Feedback Can’t Help - Thoughts from Kevin
Jun 19 • 6 min
In this episode, I’m giving you four invaluable tips to help you ensure that your feedback is heard so that it can be acted upon.
Don’t Take Yes For an Answer with Steve Herz
Jun 17 • 33 min
Steve Herz, author of “Don’t Take Yes for an Answer”, discusses feedback and the AWE model (authority, warmth, and energy) with Kevin Eikenberry.
The Power of the Break - Thoughts from Kevin
Jun 12 • 5 min
It’s hard to argue the power of the break. When we make the time for breaks, we will get more done, have better ideas and generally less stress.
Leadership Tough Love with Timothy Lupfer
Jun 10 • 34 min
In this episode, Tim discusses: The connection between teachers and leaders, leadership tough love, importance difference between specialists and leaders (and the need for both), is the world truly changing faster than before?
It’s Always Showtime - Thoughts from Kevin
Jun 5 • 4 min
As a leader, it’s always showtime. Check out this podcast episode to see how leaders can harness the “spotlight”!
Understanding Power with Deborah Gruenfeld
Jun 3 • 36 min
In this episode, Deborah talks about confidence and power, power in the remote context, positional power.
Leading By Learning From the Tech Titans with Alex Kantrowitz
May 27 • 36 min
In this episode Alex, senior technology reporter at Buzzfeed News and author of Always Day One, shares culture examples from Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft.
Don’t Put Negatives Under a Microscope - Thoughts from Kevin
May 22 • 5 min
Focus is really important to leaders. What we study and think about, GROWS. So during difficult times, it’s even more important to be sure that we aren’t focusing on the negative; that we avoid putting negativity under the microscope. Here’s…
Creating Customer Value with Rob Markey
May 20 • 38 min
In this episode of The Remarkable Leadership Podcast, Rob Markey joins Kevin to talk about customer value, leading for loyalty, and relationship recovery.
The Power of Trust - Thoughts from Kevin
May 15 • 4 min
I could tell you that trust is powerful and you would likely agree with that statement. But I am going to give three very specific reasons WHY trust is so powerful.
What it Takes to Be in Awe with John O’Leary
May 13 • 39 min
John O’Leary and Kevin discuss a beginner’s mindset and how that can help us find new solutions and build relationships - not just finish a task.
Remote Bonus - Make the Webcam Your Friend
May 11 • 7 min
I’m addressing five simple concerns that will help you make your webcam your friend - and thereby make your communication richer and more effective.
The Missing Holiday - Thoughts from Kevin
May 8 • 4 min
Let’s make today National Commitment Day. Here are steps that will help you re-focus your energy and actions to better reach your goals.
Innovation is Everybody’s Business with Tamara Ghandour
May 6 • 37 min
Kevin Eikenberry and Tamara Ghandour discuss different aspects of innovation and whether you want to be better or different.
Remote Bonus: Staying Focused When Working From Home
May 4 • 7 min
Focus can be a challenge for anyone working from home – whether you’ve been working remotely for years or are just finding yourself at home due to current events. It can be difficult to separate work and personal. The good news is with just a few…
What Confidence Can Do - Thoughts from Kevin
May 1 • 5 min
Today we are going to look at confidence from the perspective of others. I’m sharing a simple equation to illustrate how powerful confidence is.
Understanding the Success Mindsets with Ryan Gottfredson
Apr 29 • 35 min
In this episode, Ryan Gottfredson, author of “Success Mindsets”, and Kevin agree that our mindsets fuel our thinking, learning, and behavior.
How Balanced is Your Reading Diet? - Thoughts from Kevin
Apr 24 • 6 min
We all know that it’s important to have a balanced diet – because what you put in impacts your health. But have you thought about your reading diet? Because similarly, what you put in impacts your thinking. In today’s video, I’m asking a few…
All You Have to Do is Ask with Dr. Wayne Baker
Apr 22 • 31 min
Dr. Wayne Baker has found that most people are willing to help, and most people don’t ask for what they need. This may be because we believe that others can help us, or it will make us appear weak. Wayne is a professor at the University of Michigan…
Playing to Win - Thoughts from Kevin
Apr 17 • 5 min
We’re discussing a popular sports phrase: playing to win. And we are taking the idea and applying it to work.
Reframing Problems with Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg
Apr 15 • 33 min
Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg, author of “What’s Your Problem?”, and Kevin talk about problem-solving and more specifically about how to reframe the problem.
When Will I Be Loved? - Thoughts from Kevin
Apr 13 • 4 min
As a leader, this might be a question you’ve asked before - WHEN will I be loved? It’s a valid question but we need to re-frame it first.
The New Global Manager with Melissa Lamson
Apr 8 • 32 min
Melissa Lamson, CEO of Lamson Consulting and author of “The New Global Manager”, joins Kevin to discuss the global mindset and how it relates to diversity and inclusion.
Tips for New Managers with Peter Economy
Apr 1 • 30 min
Congratulations! You just landed a new leadership position, now go lead. Does this sound familiar? Many people have found themselves in this position and the answer to training was to observe their boss. This may work and is probably how your boss…
Duty or Service? - Thoughts from Kevin
Mar 27 • 5 min
“You need to report to jury duty.” Have you ever gotten a card with this message on it? I have, and quite recently in fact. And during my time there, I got to thinking about those words: JURY DUTY. While many will look at it as a DUTY, I don’t…
Creating the We Mindset with Dr. Eric George
Mar 25 • 30 min
Although we all try at times, we just can’t do it all nor can we do it alone. For our teams and organizations to become successful, we need to change this mindset. Kevin sits down with Dr. Eric George; hand surgeon, investor, philanthropist and…
BONUS: A Timely Conversation About Remote Work with Wayne Turmel
Mar 19 • 12 min
The Coronavirus is changing everything in our world. In this timely special episode, Kevin invites Wayne Turmel, his co-author of the for an off-the-cuff real and relevant conversation about the challenges with our current climate. This is…
The Innovation Stack with Jim McKelvey
Mar 18 • 42 min
If only. If only I had years of experience. If only I had the credentials. Jim McKelvey believes if we wait for the right moment to do things, the important things won’t get done. Jim is the co-founder of Square (which was inducted into the Museum…
Leadership Mistake: Talking Too Much - Best of FB Live
Mar 16 • 11 min
Leaders need to be good communicators. This doesn’t mean that need to be constantly talking. Many leaders fall prey to this mistake - we’ll talk about why it is a mistake, why it happens, and how to improve in this area. Remarkable Way:
Who Are You Hanging With? - Thoughts from Kevin
Mar 13 • 5 min
The legendary speaker and author, Jim Rohn, famously said: “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” The idea of who we are spending time with is an important concept to think about both as leaders and as humans. Do…
Thinking Outside the Building with Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Mar 11 • 35 min
The happiest people are tackling big problems, not just complaining about them. Rosabeth Moss Kanter’s goal is to give folks the skills to move to action, whether personally or professionally. Rosabeth is the author or co-author of 20 books,…
BONUS: How to Deal with Coronavirus Panic - Helping Leaders Communicate and Prepare
Mar 10 • 16 min
Wondering what your organization can do to deal with the challenges of coronavirus (COVID19)? I’m talking about how to prepare for productivity, rather than living in panic. Additional Leadership Resources Have more questions? . .
The Comparison Trap - Thoughts from Kevin
Mar 6 • 6 min
Today I’m sharing a lesson about the dangers of comparisons. And to do that, I’m talking about my Dad’s mechanical aptitude and my “lack thereof”… There are many dangers when we find ourselves in the comparison trap, and in the episode…
Leaders as Teachers with Dr. Thomas J. DeLong
Mar 4 • 35 min
As a leader, you don’t just lead and/or manage, you are a teacher. At least you should be, according to Dr. Thomas DeLong. Tom is the Baker Foundation Professor of Management Practice in the Organizational Behavior unit at Harvard Business School…
How Leaders Can Help with Team Member Burnout - Thoughts from Kevin
Feb 28 • 6 min
How can we as leaders help our team members if they are feeling burned out? As leaders, while we don’t like to admit it, we can sometimes be the cause of employee burnout. The good news is that while we might be the cause (or at least a small part…
Eat, Sleep, Work, Repeat with Bruce Daisley
Feb 26 • 34 min
Burnout levels at work are on the rise. Bruce Daisley found that folks were quitting their jobs with no plan because the uncertainty was better than their current situation. Bruce is the author of . He shares with Kevin that seeing unhappiness at work…
We Lead Individuals - Thoughts from Kevin
Feb 21 • 6 min
In today’s episode, I’m finding a leadership lesson from a question that my wife asked me recently about one of my favorite things. Her co-worker asked for recommendations on brands of tea to try and since I am a serious tea lover, Lori knew that…
Business Experimentation and Innovation with Stefan Thomke
Feb 19 • 39 min
Four-hundred years ago Francis Bacon presented the scientific method, where the workhorse is the experiment. Now is the time we move experimentation beyond an engineering process. We need to think about it as a corporate discipline. Kevin is joined by…
The State of Leadership Development - Best of FB Live
Feb 17 • 15 min
Not the State of the Union, but something I know much more about - The State of Leadership Development! Like the President does for our country, I will talk about where we are, but more important where we are headed in developing leaders. Remarkable…
Some Encouragement for You - Thoughts from Kevin
Feb 14 • 4 min
As a leader, there is a lot on our shoulders and much is asked of us. In my blog posts, emails, articles and even here in this series, I remind you regularly of the responsibilities that we have as leaders. But today, I’m not talking about any of…
Answering Life’s Great Question with Tom Rath
Feb 12 • 32 min
How can you build as much life into the time that you have? Tom Rath thought about this as he was writing his latest book, . Tom is also the author of How Full is Your Bucket StrengthFinders 2.0 and recently co-founded a publishing company. He told…
Leadership Mistake: Avoiding Conflict - Best of FB Live
Feb 10 • 11 min
Today I’m talking about avoiding conflict and why it’s a mistake. Bud to Boss:
Lessons that Drive Business Success with Kim Lorenz
Feb 5 • 33 min
Every day we make about 35,000 decisions and we know not all of these are conscious. However, some of them are and some of them are about the opportunities around us. Kim Lorenz founded two companies starting at age 26 with no backing or funding,…
Leadership Mistake: Not Making Any Waves - Best of FB Live
Feb 3 • 8 min
There are lots of common leadership mistakes. In this episode of my ongoing series, I’m talking about leaders not wanting to make any waves - and answering your questions too. Bud to Boss Workshop: Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential…
The Biggest Lever to Improved Organizational Communication - Thoughts from Kevin
Jan 31 • 6 min
“We need better communication.” “We need more communication.” “We’re having communication issues.” Better organizational communication is a universal need and a universal challenge and I have a really valuable lever that will improve…
The Power of Communities with Jono Bacon
Jan 29 • 37 min
A community is a group of people who get together for a shared mission and are a network of experiences. Yet, it’s hard work to get build these communities. Jono Bacon is the author of . He joins Kevin to discuss why and how you bring people…
Leadership Mistake: Trying to Change Too Much Too Soon - Best of FB Live
Jan 27 • 10 min
Today we are talking about a leadership mistake - why it happens, why it is a mistake and how to correct. Tune in, ask your questions - and tell me the mistakes you want me to address in the future. Bud to Boss:
Batting .300 - Thoughts from Kevin
Jan 24 • 6 min
This is the 300th episode of Remarkable TV and when we recorded , the World Series was just getting started in the United States. So, it seemed that talking a little baseball and averages was an appropriate topic. Now, don’t worry. This isn’t…
Leader Farming with Zach Thomas
Jan 22 • 35 min
We use analogies all the time when we look at developing talent in our organizations. Zach Thomas is not only a farmer, but he grows people as well. Zach is a West Point grad., served as an Army Ranger instructor, and a college pastor. Today, Zach is…
The Connection Between Chicken Soup and Leadership - Best of FB Live
Jan 20 • 10 min
Another challenge accepted as I will connect chicken soup with leadership - and have some fun doing it! Additional Resources:
Beware the Word ‘Actually’ - Thoughts from Kevin
Jan 17 • 5 min
Words are powerful and when we use the right words in the right situations, they can have a huge impact in our ability to be effective as leaders. Today, we are diving deep into a word that seems innocent, but might not be when we are aware of how we…
Your Customer Service Playbook with Micah Solomon
Jan 15 • 38 min
Customer Service…if we aren’t serving external folks, we are definitely serving internal people. Micah Solomon is the author of . Micah joins Kevin to discuss the role customer service plays within your organization. Micah is also known as the…
The Value of Experience - Best of FB Live
Jan 13 • 8 min
Consider this the gift of mindset! I’m giving you a new thought about the value of experience today - it is valuable for us as leaders and in all other roles in our life. You know experience can be useful, but you may have never thought about it this…
The Forgotten Communications Tool - Thoughts from Kevin
Jan 10 • 5 min
These days, there is no shortage of communication tools at our fingertips - literally. And while this means that it is easier than ever to communicate with one another, it doesn’t necessarily mean that we are communicating better. In fact, some might…
Leadership, Communication and Credibility with Jack Modzelewski
Jan 8 • 30 min
Leadership and communication go hand in hand and most organizations are looking to improve communications with their teams. Jack Modzelewski is the author of and joins Kevin to discuss culture, communication, storytelling, and crisis management….
Connecting Leadership and Keys - Best of FB Live
Jan 6 • 11 min
Leadership and… keys? Yes, challenged to make the connection, I am doing just that in this episode. 13 Days to Remarkable Leadership Video Series: Remote Leadership Institute:
Are Things Really That Bad? - Thoughts from Kevin
Jan 3 • 6 min
It’s a wonderful world that we live in, don’t you think? Yes, yes, I know that it’s not perfect. There is crime, there is conflict, there is disease, there is…lots that isn’t great. AND…there is a lot more that IS great. In today’s…
Agility with Leo Tilman and General Charles Jacoby
Jan 1 • 44 min
Often, when organizations talk about agility, they are looking at their tactical agility. General Charles Jacoby and Leo Tilman are the authors of . They join Kevin to discuss how a retired 4-star general and an expert on finance and strategy joined…
What Leaders Can Learn from Coffee Cups - Best from FB Live
Dec 30, 2019 • 11 min
I get challenged to connect leadership to everyday items or ideas. Today I am accepting the challenge to connect leadership and coffee cups. We’ll have some fun and I will share some important lessons for leaders. Remarkable TV:
Why Are Some People So Negative? - Thoughts from Kevin
Dec 27, 2019 • 6 min
The squeaky wheel gets the oil or so it goes. And while it seems like everyone is so negative these days, that’s not really the case. Unfortunately, the negative ones are often the loudest and have the biggest consequences as a result – increased…
Key Lessons From the Top Episodes of 2019
Dec 25, 2019 • 23 min
Kevin counts down the most downloaded episodes of 2019. As he recounts each episode, he shares his thoughts on why the conversation was valuable and who may find the most value in the discussion. Additional Leadership Resources Related Podcast…
Four Ways Leaders Can Share Gratitude - Best of FB Live
Dec 23, 2019 • 11 min
In this holiday season, we think a lot about gratitude. Here are four ways that you can show your gratitude as a leader. 13 Days to Remarkable Leadership Video Series:
Make Relatedness Your Goal - Thoughts from Kevin
Dec 20, 2019 • 6 min
I often get this question from leaders – both new and seasoned alike: Should we be friends with our teammates or not? And while it’s certainly a valid and good question, my answer is to flip it and instead… Make RELATEDNESS your goal. What…
Leading Large-Scale Change with Bill Schaninger
Dec 18, 2019 • 34 min
Leaders at all levels understand you achieve success when you manage for both performance and health. But, how to do you change your organization to achieve that success? Kevin is joined by Bill Schaninger, co-author of and a Senior Partner at…
The Habits of Remarkable Leaders - Best of FB Live
Dec 16, 2019 • 10 min
What habits help people be a more effective leader? We will talk about some of those, and answer any questions you have.
Leadership and Mirrors - Thoughts from Kevin
Dec 13, 2019 • 5 min
My series on leadership from unlikely sources continues today and it includes something we likely see every day – a mirror! Here are four reasons why I love this metaphor of mirrors as it relates to leaders. Leadership & Mirrors – Remarkable…
Becoming a Successful Manager with Lisa Haneberg
Dec 11, 2019 • 36 min
Managers have the opportunity and the responsibility to lead. Lisa Haneberg joins Kevin to discuss the 2nd edition of . Lisa recognizes people in the middle get it done and “manager” is not a negative word it is a job. Leadership is when you step…
What’s the Difference Between a Remote Team Member and a Great Teammate? - Best of Facebook Live
Dec 9, 2019 • 8 min
You either work remotely, lead people who work remotely, or know someone who does one or the other. If that is you, join me. If not, share with the remote workers and leaders you know. I’m sharing important keys to greater success - and answering…
How Being a Leader is Like a Pair of Shoes - Thoughts from Kevin
Dec 6, 2019 • 5 min
Believe it or not, two viewers issued me the same challenge this week – asking me to compare leadership to SHOES! Tweet it out: From This Episode: Every Monday, I send a newsletter packed with great leadership resources called Unleashing Your…
The Laws of Trust with Joel Peterson
Dec 4, 2019 • 31 min
We currently live in a low trust culture. And we know trust is important for leaders, in good times and in times of stress, disruption, and turn-around. Kevin is joined by Joel Peterson, Chairman of JetBlue Airways, Founding Partner of Peterson…
Who Really Wants to Be Vulnerable? - Best of Facebook Live
Dec 2, 2019 • 9 min
I’m talking about vulnerability - it is an important leadership topic that no one likes to talk about. That seems like a good reason to talk about it!
How Leadership and Napkins are Related - Thoughts from Kevin
Nov 29, 2019 • 6 min
In this episode, I am taking on the challenge brought to me by a viewer answering the question: How are leaders like napkins? Seem impossible? Think again! 😉 Tweet it out: From This Episode: Listen and subscribe to The Remarkable Leadership…
Being the Leader You Want to Be with Amy Jen Su
Nov 27, 2019 • 34 min
You know those good days. You wake up energized and confident. You cross stuff off your list, have productive meetings, make good decisions. In short, you are your best self. The question becomes how do you bring your best self every day? Amy Jen Su…
Can 1 hour per month change my leadership future? - Encore Series
Nov 25, 2019 • 7 min
I’m excited to announce The Encore Video Series – a special series that I will be releasing here that addresses these unanswered questions. These questions are some of the most common obstacles we face when it comes to successfully developing…
How do I gain confidence in my leadership role? - Encore Series
Nov 22, 2019 • 6 min
I’m excited to announce The Encore Video Series – a special series that I will be releasing here that addresses these unanswered questions. These questions are some of the most common obstacles we face when it comes to successfully developing…
Finding and Leading the Talent You Need with Micah Rowland
Nov 20, 2019 • 33 min
According to Micah Rowland, success starts with your people. As COO of , a software company that sources, screens, and onboards workers, Micah is a builder of teams, processes, and people. He joins Kevin to discuss hiring and retaining talent. To get…
How Do I Get Executive Buy-In for My Leadership Initiatives? - Encore Series
Nov 18, 2019 • 8 min
I’m excited to announce The Encore Video Series – a special series that I will be releasing here that addresses these unanswered questions. These questions are some of the most common obstacles we face when it comes to successfully developing…
How Do You Measure the Impact of Leadership Development Initiatives? - Encore Series
Nov 15, 2019 • 6 min
I’m excited to announce The Encore Video Series – a special series that I will be releasing here on the podcast and that addresses these unanswered questions. These questions are some of the most common obstacles we face when it comes to…
Being More Intentionally Contagious with Anese Cavanaugh
Nov 13, 2019 • 30 min
How do you show up for work? For home? Anese Cavanaugh believes we have the choice of how we show up, so we have the power. She is the creator of the IEP Method® (Intentional Energetic Presence®), and author of . Anese and Kevin talk about the…
How Do I Teach/Learn Mindset? - Encore Series
Nov 11, 2019 • 7 min
I’m excited to announce The Encore Video Series – a special series that I will be releasing here on the podcast and that addresses these unanswered questions. These questions are some of the most common obstacles we face when it comes to…
What Do I Do if There Are Conflicting Mindsets on My Team? - Encore Series
Nov 8, 2019 • 5 min
Last week, over 500 leaders in organizations all around the world joined me for my webinar titled, Why It Takes More Than Skills to Be a Remarkable Leader. And at the end of the webinar, we had a lot of great questions that we were unable to get…
Learning to Lead with Ron Williams
Nov 6, 2019 • 30 min
Sometimes, it’s all about reframing your perspective. Kevin is joined by Ron Williams, former Chairman and CEO of Aetna Inc. and author of . Not only do they discuss decision-making and problem-solving, but Ron also shares practical examples of how…
What Scares Leaders?
Nov 1, 2019 • 5 min
As leaders, we are faced with many scary situations – having difficult conversations, firing someone, making a tough decision…the list goes on and on. And in today’s episode, I am going to share one simple technique to help you overcome any…
Connect First with Melanie Katzman
Oct 30, 2019 • 29 min
Despite some opinions, you can find joy at work. After all, your team is working together to accomplish a common goal and when you succeed you should feel happy. Melanie Katzman joins Kevin to take away the excuses that we can feel good and do our…
Are Leaders Made or Born? - Best of FB Live
Oct 28, 2019 • 11 min
It is an age-old question that I have been asked hundreds of times. Are leaders made or born? I’ll give you my answer, my rationale, and why it matters to you! Additional Resources Watch this and other Facebook Lives on Sign up for a webinar with…
What Leaders Can Learn from Airplanes - Thoughts from Kevin
Oct 25, 2019 • 5 min
Today’s episode is the result of a challenge that I issued earlier this year – asking viewers to give me a word, any word, that I would then tie back to leadership. And today, I am comparing leadership and airplanes. Tweet it out: From This…
The Gift of Struggle with Bobby Herrera
Oct 23, 2019 • 33 min
Whether you care to admit it, you have struggled. Whether it be school, in a relationship, or professionally. It is these challenges we face and how we overcome them that define who we are and offer perspective. Kevin sits down with Bobby Herrera,…
Power and Leadership - Best of Facebook Live
Oct 21, 2019 • 12 min
In this episode I’m talking about the relationship between power and leadership - and no politics! Additional Resources Watch this and other Facebook Lives on Sign up for a webinar with Wayne Turmel on November 4th titled Learn more about our Sign…
Lessons from Family Reunions - Thoughts from Kevin
Oct 18, 2019 • 6 min
We held our family reunion this year at my farm in Michigan, and like many of the events in my life this summer (and always), there are many leadership lessons that I took away. Learn more in this episode. Tweet it out: From This Episode: To learn…
The Millennial Whisperer with Chris Tuff
Oct 16, 2019 • 36 min
Data shows that by 2030, 75% of the workforce will be made up of individuals born between 1981-1996. We often refer to this generation as Millennials and they are often described as lazy and entitled. Chris Tuff is the author of . He joins Kevin to…
What is Leadership Anyway? - Best of FB Live
Oct 14, 2019 • 10 min
I’ve been writing about leadership, coaching leaders, and leading for a long time. Maybe it makes sense to step back to the fundamentals. What is leadership anyway? I’ll answer that and any other questions you have. And you can sign up for my…
The Ice Cream Question - Thoughts from Kevin
Oct 11, 2019 • 6 min
In a daily email that I send, I asked everyone to send me their favorite ice cream flavors. And I learned A LOT about ice cream – particularly that there are lots of flavors, people LOVE ice cream and they are very particular about what and why they…
Helping People Change with Melvin Smith
Oct 9, 2019 • 35 min
If you lead a department, a team, or a person (or family), you have probably had a coaching moment. Kevin is joined by Melvin Smith, co-author of . Often, we coach to fix something or fill a learning gap. When we coach for compliance, however, we…
What Can Leaders Learn from Mowing the Lawn? - Best of FB Live
Oct 7, 2019 • 9 min
Join me as we explore leadership lessons from my John Deere lawn tractor. I’ll answer questions too. You can learn more about The Remarkable Way in my upcoming webinar which you can sign up for at:
How Do You Feel About Fine? - Thoughts from Kevin
Oct 4, 2019 • 6 min
Something I’ve noticed over the years is that the word “fine” has an interesting connotation in our lives. It’s often used as a “conversation stopper” – a way to indicate that it’s good enough. But the question really needs to be:…