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Follow My Lead: Developing the Leaders of Tomorrow with John Eades

Every week on the Follow My Lead podcast, John Eades interviews exceptional leaders to extract their secrets and best practices to transfer knowledge to the leaders of tomorrow. The show focuses on helping modern professionals be better prepared to lead themselves and lead others. Popular topics include: Leadership, Management, and Motivation
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Nov 28, 2017

"Sitting is the new smoking"

In season 12 episode 2 we are joined by Dr. Sean Pastuch the founder of Performance Care and Active Life RX.  He provides tangible ways for you to stay active, make better food choices, and take care of your back.  

You can follow on insta @activeliferx www.performancecarerx.com

In our conversation we cover:

- How to balance exercise and diet?

- What can professionals do to eat better?

- What can be done to take better care of back

- Should you sit or stand at work?

- What can you do to alleviate an 8 hour sitting day?

- Why leaders should just look at the revenue and results

- What people can do to find their passion

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Nov 21, 2017

“We are all in the relationship business”

In season 12 Episode 1 we are joined by Mac Richard.  The found of Spur Leadership, Pastor of Lake Hills Church and author of The Trust Protocol.  

You can get the book here

In our conversation we cover:

- How do you get over when trust is broken

- What is the trust protocol

- Who is responsible for building trust?

- Why owning mistakes is so important to build trust

- What can a leader do to begin building trust with a new team?

- Why authenticity is so important in building trust

- The myth of servant leadership

 

Nov 14, 2017

“Wake up everyday understanding you have the choice to do what matters in all the roles in your life”

Kel Landis is the former CEO of RBC Centura Bank and co-founder and partner at Plexus Capital. He is also the author of The Little Book of Do! His best advice? Be a doer in life and don't be afraid to take a risk. 

You can get book and learn more about Kel at http://www.littlebookofdo.com/.

This episode is brought to you by LearnLoft. Want to turn more of your managers into leaders?  Learn more at https://learnloft.com/organization.

In our conversation we cover:

- What is a doer?

- The upside and downside of being a doer

- How to prioritize the things that make your to-do list every day

- How to balance being a doer

- How to find your purpose

- The power of purpose and vision statement in business and life

- Why should people take risks

- What keeps us going through tough times

- Why it’s important we all focus on human relations

 

Nov 7, 2017

"A vision doesn’t guarantee a team will get where it wants to go, but they certainly won’t get there without one."

In season 11 episode 7 I cover a topic that comes up over and over again, 'vision.'  Learn how effective you use vision as a leader by taking the Welder Leader assessment.

Learnloft.com/assessment 

In this episode we cover:  

- Why vision matters as a leader

- Great stories of near perfect vision 

- The formula for a great vision statement

- 3 things you can do to be a better visionary leader

- How to be a visionary leader when you have a remote team.

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