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Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. This Monday show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Independently produced weekly since 2011, Dr. Dave Stachowiak brings perspective from a thriving, global leadership academy, plus more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie. Bestselling authors, expert researchers, deep conversation, and regular dialogue with listeners have attracted 20 million downloads and the #1 search result for management on Apple Podcasts. A ...
 
The Influence & Impact podcast from leadership coach Carla Miller helps female leaders to tackle self-doubt, become brilliant at influencing and make more impact at work. It's personal development meets professional development to help you thrive in today's workplace. Episodes are short and sweet so you can start your working week feeling energised, inspired and empowered.
 
This show is dedicated to empowering female leaders to express their authentic leadership style by feeling strong from within, aware of their full set of unique competencies, and mentally ready to take on any challenge that comes their way. At least twice per month, we feature uplifting interviews with women from all over the globe where you will get empowering messages, new perspectives, and useful takeaways that you can apply to your own life.
 
At Executive Career Jump we are all about doing everything we can to assist leaders in making job moves. People going through redundancy or job change are six times more likely to suffer from mental health challenges. It can be a tough time. Our hope is that these podcast episodes go some way to helping listeners understand what they want from their career and how to go and get it! Each episode is hosted by one of the UK's leading Career Coaches, Andrew MacAskill and he interviews a range of ...
 
Welcome to Let's Take This Offline: The Podcast for Everyday Leaders where we explore what it takes to be a dialed in and inclusive leader in todays changing workplace. We are on a mission to help everyday leaders live well and lead well through conversations that feel like the meeting after the meeting!
 
The 'Sales Tips For The Pros' Podcast series gets at the heart of what it takes to be a great leader who can bring the best from sales pros and team members. Listen to this show to hear from seasoned pros and get insights into how you can build a successful career in sales. -- About the Canadian Professional Sales Association Since 1874, we’ve been developing and serving sales professionals by providing programs, benefits, and resources that help you sell more, and sell smarter. Contact us t ...
 
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Christy Wright: Take Back Your Time Christy Wright is a #1 bestselling author, personal growth expert, and host of The Christy Wright Show. She’s also the founder of Business Boutique, which equips women to make money doing what they love. She loves helping women chase their version of success. She’s the author of Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Fre…
 
In this short and sweet podcast episode, I’m teaching you one of my favourite coaching tools – the Career Coaching Wheel. You can so this as a personal exercise and reflect on your current skills, plan your development and build your confidence. You can also you can use it with your team members to help them to become more self aware, to increase t…
 
Welcome to Episode Forty Four (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is James Osborne. James is the Co-Founder and Chairman of The Recruitment Network (TRN) and he helps recruitment organisations to drive performance and profitability with purpose. Outside of TRN, James …
 
Johnny Taylor, Jr.: Reset Johnny Taylor, Jr. is President and CEO of SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management. Johnny is frequently asked to testify before Congress on critical workforce issues and authors a weekly column, “Ask HR,” in USA Today. Johnny was chairman of the President’s Advisory Board on Historically Black Colleges and Univers…
 
This week, I’m joined by Alicia Navarro from FLOWN, a start-up who have created a deep work toolkit and deep work spaces that help knowledge workers get significant work done - and take joy in the journey. Deep work is focused, uninterrupted time where you’re working on something challenging or significant and allows opportunity for creativity, pro…
 
Welcome to Episode Forty Three (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Diana Wu David. Diana is the Founder of Future Proof Labs, a ‘Future of Work’ Strategist, Faculty @Financial Times, an Author, Keynote & TED Speaker, and Board Director. A former Financial Times exe…
 
The pandemic brought new meaning to the “sandwich generation,” leaving women, in particular, stretched thinner than ever. This month’s listener finds herself in a seemingly impossible situation: She’s the family breadwinner caring for two young children, a husband with a chronic illness, elderly parents—and she just got a promotion at work. How can…
 
The pandemic brought new meaning to the “sandwich generation,” leaving women, in particular, stretched thinner than ever. This month’s listener finds herself in a seemingly impossible situation: She’s the family breadwinner caring for two young children, a husband with a chronic illness, elderly parents—and she just got a promotion at work. How can…
 
Dave Williams: Leadership Moments from NASA Dave is an astronaut, aquanaut, jet pilot, emergency physician, scientist, CEO, and bestselling author. He is the former Director of Space & Life Sciences at NASA’s Johnson Space Center and has flown in space twice on Space Shuttles Columbia and Endeavour. Dave holds the Canadian spacewalking record and w…
 
There is a very distinct skill to being able to bring a team together and get them working in a cohesive way. As a leader approaching team building proactively and creating an environment that allows everyone to flourish is a very powerful skill to learn. In this episode, I share: What a great team looks and acts like Practical exercises you can us…
 
Kwame Marfo Kwame Marfo is a director at Genentech in the San Francisco area. He is a graduate of the Coaching for Leaders Academy. He joins me in this episode to share how personal values can align intentionally with career choices. Key Points Kwame’s dad inspires the work he does today for others. An effective way to connect with others is to ask…
 
Welcome to Episode Forty Two (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is David Perry. David is a recruiter, job search coach, author, and a sought-after business and career motivational speaker. He has written seven books including Hiring Greatness, Executive Recruiting fo…
 
Dave Stachowiak: Coaching for Leaders In August of 2011, I started Coaching for Leaders as a small, side project. Ten years later, the show — and the community around it — have grown beyond my wildest expectations. In this conversation, my friend Scott Anthony Barlow of Happen to Your Career celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Coaching for Leader…
 
Delegation is an essential skill that every leader needs but are many good at it? According to research, the answer is no. Being great at delegation makes a huge difference to your workload and stress levels, allows you to do the higher impact tasks required in your role and is a way to develop the people in your team. In this episode, I share: The…
 
Welcome to Episode Forty One (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Natalie Louise. Natalie is a Registered Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist offering corporate wellness workshops and education on health in the workplace. In her previous life, she worked as a City Of…
 
Juliet Funt: A Minute to Think Juliet Funt is a renowned keynote speaker and tough-love advisor to the Fortune 500 who is regularly featured in top global media outlets, including Forbes and Fast Company. She is the founder and CEO of The Juliet Funt Group, helping business leaders and organizations to unleash their full potential by unburdening ta…
 
As you develop your career and become more senior, there’s a good chance that you’ll move from being a specialist to a generalist. Instead of just managing people from your specialism, you can find yourself having to lead, manage and trust people from different specialisms who know more about their areas than you do. This transition from successful…
 
Welcome to Episode Forty (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Rachel Power. Rachel is a Licensed Career Coach, an experienced Trainer & Facilitator, and Transformation Consultant. Rachel spent 20 years in corporate procurement and now she helps mid-career managers fin…
 
Overnight, technology essentially became our only means of communication. Face to face interactions – meetings, conferences, networking – were immediately replaced with Zoom coffees, happy hours and team meetings. It took adjustment, but we adapted. Now, as we re-emerge and navigate a new normal, many are struggling to reconnect outside of the conf…
 
Overnight, technology essentially became our only means of communication. Face to face interactions – meetings, conferences, networking – were immediately replaced with Zoom coffees, happy hours and team meetings. It took adjustment, but we adapted. Now, as we re-emerge and navigate a new normal, many are struggling to reconnect outside of the conf…
 
Edgar Schein and Peter Schein: Humble Inquiry Edgar Schein is Professor Emeritus of MIT’s Sloan School of Management. He is the recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Practitioner Award from the Academy of Management, the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Leadership Association, and the Lifetime Achievement Award in Organization Dev…
 
One of the most powerful ways to live a happier life is learning how to be kinder to yourself and love yourself more. As women, we often struggle with accepting ourselves and being confident and secure in who we are. Being kinder to yourself not only makes your relationship with yourself a better one, it also improves how you show up as a leader. I…
 
Welcome to Episode Thirty Nine (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Today our guest in the hot seat is Gary Wills. Gary is an experienced recruiter of over 20 years in the IT sector who found himself furloughed at the beginning of the pandemic. Gary decided to set up a non for profit initiative to impr…
 
Mark Goulston: Talking to Crazy Mark Goulston is a Founding Member of the Newsweek Expert Forum and a Marshall Goldsmith MG100 Coach, who works with founders, entrepreneurs and CEOs in dealing with and overcoming psychological and interpersonal obstacles to realizing their full potential. He is the host of the My Wakeup Call podcast and was a UCLA …
 
As a coach for women leaders, I focus on how as women we can take control of our careers. But I’ve never addressed on the podcast why we even need women’s leadership coaches and women’s leadership programmes. The playing field that women operate on in the workplace is shockingly unlevel. It’s time to acknowledge that and collectively take steps to …
 
Welcome to Episode Thirty Eight (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Today our guest is Hannah Mason. Hannah is a CV Writer, Interview Coach and Job Search Strategist and Founder of The English Meeting Room. With a background in international recruitment, her passion is to help people land jobs they lo…
 
Welcome to the first episode of “That’s A Good Question,” a new segment in which our host Celeste Headlee teams up with an expert to answer YOUR real-life work-life questions. In this episode, our listener realizes she is being paid less than her colleagues for the same work, with the same experience. Should she demand a raise? Throw in the towel? …
 
Welcome to the first episode of “That’s A Good Question,” a new segment in which our host Celeste Headlee teams up with an expert to answer YOUR real-life work-life questions. In this episode, our listener realizes she is being paid less than her colleagues for the same work, with the same experience. Should she demand a raise? Throw in the towel? …
 
Tsedal Neeley: Remote Work Revolution Tsedal Neeley is a professor at the Harvard Business School. Her work focuses on how leaders can scale their organizations by developing and implementing global and digital strategies. She has published extensively in leading scholarly and practitioner-oriented outlets and her work has been widely covered in me…
 
As a leader, your voice is a powerful tool for communicating your expertise, confidence and authority. But do you know how to use your effectively? In this episode of the podcast, I interview Sharon Stacey, a Voice Coach and Musical Director. Sharon teaches people how to use vocal clarity, attentive tone and confidence for delivering in person and …
 
Welcome to Episode Thirty Seven (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Today our guest is Mark Badley. Mark is the Managing Director of Ronin who specialise in the recruitment of qualified Procurement and Sourcing professionals across the UK. Mark has worked in the recruitment industry for over 20 years …
 
Are you comfortable when it comes to investing? Are you investing pro-actively or are you rather postponing important financial decisions? Research confirms that women are less likely to invest than men and are less likely to describe themselves as financially knowledgeable. In overwhelming majority, women are highly unsatisfied with the financial …
 
Jonathan Raymond: Good Authority Jonathan Raymond is the founder of Refound, where he and his team work with organizations to create a company culture based in personal growth. He’s the author of the book Good Authority: How to Become the Leader Your Team Is Waiting For*. He’s also the creator of the Accountability Dial and the courses Good Account…
 
Welcome to Episode Thirty-Six (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Today our guest is Jessica-Leigh Suffolk. Jessica is an Accredited Business & Personal Coach using her years of experience in search and selection to set up the People & Culture practice with Tessiant a Business Change and Transformatio…
 
This episode is a replay of an amazing 2021 California Conference for Women Keynote Conversation with best-selling author, nonprofit CEO and political leader Stacey Abrams. Narrowly defeated as the first Black woman to win a major party nomination for Governor, she galvanized a movement that would register 800,000 new voters. Joined by award-winnin…
 
This episode is a replay of an amazing 2021 California Conference for Women Keynote Conversation with best-selling author, nonprofit CEO and political leader Stacey Abrams. Narrowly defeated as the first Black woman to win a major party nomination for Governor, she galvanized a movement that would register 800,000 new voters. Joined by award-winnin…
 
Sandra Sucher: The Power of TrustSandra Sucher is an internationally recognized trust researcher and professor of management practice at Harvard Business School. She studies how organizations build trust and the vital role leaders play in the process. Before joining Harvard, she was a business executive for 20 years, served on corporate and nonprof…
 
Are you an overthinker? Perhaps you ruminate on past situations, worry about future events or are fearful of the judgement of others? Overthinking can affect both our work and personal lives as well as how we show up with confidence as a leader. Our thoughts also directly impact the levels of daily stress we experience and how quickly we can recove…
 
Welcome to Episode Thirty-Five (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Today our guest is Fiona Hathorn. Fiona is the CEO of Women On Boards UK – an organisation committed to accelerating women into non-executive director roles. In addition, Fiona is an Advisory Board Member to Spktral (a technology compa…
 
Managing in a post-pandemic workplace is more complex than ever. Leaders have been required to stretch their skills in unimaginable ways and swiftly adjust their styles to meet the unique needs of individual team members. Featuring renowned journalist and best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell, this episode will explore ways you can keep your teams e…
 
Managing in a post-pandemic workplace is more complex than ever. Leaders have been required to stretch their skills in unimaginable ways and swiftly adjust their styles to meet the unique needs of individual team members. Featuring renowned journalist and best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell, this episode will explore ways you can keep your teams e…
 
Bonni Stachowiak: Teaching in Higher EdBonni Stachowiak is the host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast, a professor of business and management at Vanguard University, and my life partner. Prior to her academic career, Bonni was a human resources consultant and executive officer for a publicly traded company. She is the author of The Productive On…
 
Menopause is something that all women will experience in their life however it’s not something that’s well understood or openly spoken about. The symptoms of menopause will almost certainly affect how you work but it’s often seen to be a taboo subject which leaves women struggling in silence. In this week’s episode I interview Deborah Garlick from …
 
Welcome to Episode Thirty Four (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Today our guest is Dylan Roberts. Dylan is NOT your ‘average HR guy’! Instead, Dylan works with founders of fintech’s and scaling technology businesses primarily to deliver a higher return on investment from their people. He works as a…
 
Katy Milkman: How to ChangeKaty Milkman is an award-winning behavioral scientist and professor at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She hosts Charles Schwab’s popular behavioral economics podcast Choiceology, and is the co-founder and co-director of The Behavior Change for Good Initiative.Katy has worked with or advised dozens o…
 
Many managers and leaders that I work with mention anxiety as one of the things they struggle with, both personally and in the workplace. This week, I’m bringing back one of my most popular podcast episodes about how we can tackle these feelings of anxiety and be calmer and more confident at work. In this episode I share: My experience with anxiety…
 
In this wrap up of Season 2, Kishshana breaks down some of the lessons she learned within this past season about herself and about what it means to be a strong leader. We have to swallow our pride and ask for help when needed. Stay tuned for Season 3! Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/takethisoffline)…
 
Welcome to Episode Thirty Three (Season Two) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Today my guest is Ben RainforthGott. Ben is an experienced Human Resources Director with over 20 years ‘in the trenches’ on both sides of the table and across the globe. He is described as an ‘agitator’ in HR because of his progressiv…
 
In this episode, Wharton’s top-rated professor and organizational psychologist Adam Grant invites us to examine the critical leadership skill of rethinking: learning to question your opinions and open other people’s minds, making you a stronger and more flexible leader in the process. In an increasingly divided world, too many of us favor the comfo…
 
In this episode, Wharton’s top-rated professor and organizational psychologist Adam Grant invites us to examine the critical leadership skill of rethinking: learning to question your opinions and open other people’s minds, making you a stronger and more flexible leader in the process. In an increasingly divided world, too many of us favor the comfo…
 
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