Month: August 2016

Episodes

Coaching, Music and Composing with Jack Bennett


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Jack Bennett is not only COO and coach at CultureSync, he’s also a music composer. He and Carrie talk about Jack’s journey and how improvisation – learning all the rules so you can forget them and be in the moment – is at the heart of Jack’s approach to music and coaching life. download this

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Negotiating for Leaders with Chris Voss


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How is being a leader like being a hostage negotiator? You’ll be shocked at how similar the two roles are. Chris Voss, former FBI hostage negotiator, sits down with Carrie to discuss how he uses his skills to better his business relationships. Learn how to slow down and ask the right questions in order to

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Coaching vs. Therapy with David Brown


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What’s the difference between coaching and therapy? Why do great leaders invest in coaching? Carrie has a behind the scenes conversation about coaching with her friend and colleague, David Brown. download this episode Episode Resources Know Your Why: Finding and Fulfilling Your Calling in Life by Thomas Nelson Master Coach The Three Laws of Performance:

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Leading Through Transitions with Rich Maxwell


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Leadership is all about navigating change. Rich Maxwell shares leadership lessons he acquired through twenty years as a hospital administrator, including serving as a CEO and President of multiple hospitals, and navigating complex changes including leading through a merger, an acquisition, and a sale. download this episode Episode Resources Strategy Map Video Mountains and Valleys

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Write & Speak More Powerfully with Henry Wihnyk


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All leaders need to be great communicators. Henry Wihnyk shares some writing and speaking tips from the communications courses he teaches for lawyers at the University of Florida, and from 30 years of experience acting in community theater. He and Carrie geek out over grammar, including a short discussion about the use of the Oxford

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