Rebel Leadership: Thriving In Uncertain Times With Curiosity And Adaptability With Larry Robertson

TTL 884 | Rebel Leadership

Rebel Leadership: Thriving In Uncertain Times With Curiosity And Adaptability With Larry Robertson

The entire world was put to a stop when the pandemic hit, and the disruption called for a change in terms of how leaders adapt. Larry Robertson’s Rebel Leadership was the answer. Larry is an innovation advisor with his work centered around creativity, entrepreneurship, and leadership. In this episode, he joins Dr. Diane Hamilton to discuss this innovative framework for how leaders can and should work with their team to overcome unexpected obstacles. He shares insights from his latest book, Rebel Leadership: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times, to expound on the concept and give thoughtful advice to listeners.

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Making Difficult Conversations Easier With Roberta Matuson And The Power Of Perception With Dr. Diane Hamilton

Workplace conversations can be the most difficult kind of conversation you have. While we tend to avoid them as much as possible, sometimes, it’s better to get them done. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton talks to Roberta Matuson, an expert on maximizing talent and the president of Matuson Consulting. Roberta discusses what makes workplace conversations difficult and tells us why we need them, and how to make things easier.

We’ve had so many guests who have so much to offer to this show but now it’s time to focus on some of our host’s research. Join in as Dr. Diane Hamilton talks about some of her work around perception with Dr. Maya Zelehic, who is one of the people she has worked with at the Forbes School of Business. In this episode, Dr. Diane discusses perception and how it affects our worldview. She also discusses how our perceptions determine our opinions, our version of the truth, our biases, and how we live.

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TTL 871 | Dream Job

Getting Ready To Find Your Dream Job With Kimberly Cummings

Finding and landing your dream job takes a lot of work. You need to be prepared, to have the necessary skills, and of course, some old-fashioned luck and magic help too! In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down to talk with career and leadership development expert Kimberly Cummings. Kimberly discusses the current remote work environment, talks about landing your dream job, and plots out strategies that can help you catch that job. Tune in for more tips and strategies to help you find the perfect job.
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TTL 866 Dr. Martin Seldman | Empower People

Providing The Tools To Empower People In The Workplace With Dr. Martin Seldman

There are many challenges in today’s modern workplace, and we need to start empowering people, especially women, to navigate these challenges. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down for an insightful interview with the Chairman and Co-Founder of Optimum Associates, Dr. Martin Seldman. Dr. Seldman talks about his days studying as a Buddhist monk, learning many skills that are taught in universities today. He discusses the traits crucial in modern leaders and discusses the need to empower people in the workplace. Learn more about empowerment by listening to this provocative episode.

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TTL 849 | What Makes A Leader

What Makes A Leader: Life Shifting Vision With Rahul Bhandari

Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King were two of the greatest leaders in history. The question arises: what makes somebody a leader? Dr. Diane Hamilton’s guest today is Rahul Bhandari, a leadership expert featured in Forbes and award-winning author of Slingshot. Rahul discusses with Dr. Diane how a shift happens with entrepreneurs when they believe in a vision that transcends self-interest. When they dwell in that vision and lead others forward to achieving it, they become inspirational. Join in the conversation for more valuable insights on what makes somebody a leader. Tune in and learn to lead with commitment and significance!

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TTL 818 | Curiosity Results

Curiosity Results In Greater Leadership Outcomes With Shannon Minifie

Have you ever stopped and thought about how important curiosity is to your life and your organization? Do you know that curiosity results in more creative solutions, greater leadership outcomes, and better engagement? Dr. Shannon Minifie, the CEO at Box of Crayons, explains why curiosity-led organizations are more resilient and successful than those who are advice-driven. The key is to slow down the rush of action and stay curious longer. If you feel a sense of stagnation and complacency within yourself and your organization, then this episode is for you. Tune in and be curious about why you think the way you do!

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TTL 801 | Builder Personality

Built For Growth: How To Understand Your Builder Personality And Use It To Shape Your Business With Christopher Kuenne

All entrepreneurs, big or small, have specific builder personalities that shape the way they do business and handle their teams. Although there are several ways in which a builder personality can take form, there is no one attribute that defines a successful entrepreneur. Whatever personality you have, there are core strengths that you can maximize to take the win for your business. Serial entrepreneur, educator and author, Christopher Kuenne does a wonderful job in explaining this in Built for Growth, a bestselling book that he co-authored with John Danner. Chris is the former founder and CEO of Rosetta, one of the biggest marketing agencies focused on customer engagement. Since 2014, he has founded and led Rosemark, a platform of interdependent companies focused on cracking the code of personalized customer marketing. Whether you’re interested in Chris’ take on the builder personality or his visionary insights on digital marketing, this conversation with Dr. Diane Hamilton is going to be a treat for you.

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Reflecting On The Meaning Of Life With John Strelecky And The Missing Link To Presenting Powerfully With Richard Mulholland

What is the meaning of life? This is probably one of the greatest existential questions ever and not a few sages and crazy souls have gone through unthinkable lengths to find the answer. John Strelecky found his after going through a backpacking journey around the world. Sitting down for 21 days in an absolute state of inspiration, John typed his way into what would become the history-making, The Café on the Edge of the World, a five-time bestseller that has been translated into 42 languages. What kind of allure does the search for meaning have to pull a person from what could have been a successful career and into the unknown? What lessons can each of us take away from one man’s story and apply to each of our own excursions to this intriguing journey called life? Listen in as John bares it all in this conversation with Dr. Diane Hamilton.

What can leaders learn from the best speakers in the world? Leaders may not have to deliver presentations to a crowd of hundreds or thousands every day, but being a good communicator is a non-negotiable skillset that each of them needs to have. At Missing Link, Richard Mulholland and his team have been helping leaders and presenters turn up their presentation skills since 1997. As a former rock n’ roll roadie, Richard knows that good presentation has almost nothing to do with visuals and fancy lighting, but everything with the person speaking onstage. His powerful work in speaking and coaching has earned him the reputation of being a “public speaker to public speakers.” Listen in and pick up some useful tips along the way as he takes a bit of his time to speak with Dr. Diane Hamilton.

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TTL 778 | Workplace Well-Being

Understanding Workplace Well-Being With Dr. Nicolas Deuschel

Workplace well-being is always the first to suffer if the leadership doesn’t have proper focus, the team is too diverse, and the company’s goals are a bit unclear. To remedy this, executives and employees must strive together to create solutions that work and last. This is what Dr. Diane Hamilton aims to discover as she goes deep into a working environment’s challenges with professor and expert organizational psychology advisor Dr. Nicolas Deuschel. Together, they dissect mental health issues that often arise in an office setting (and work from home setup due to the pandemic), as well as how to become more adaptable in the workplace. 

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TTL 772 | Improving Business Performance

Improving Business Performance By Taking Care Of Talents With Jay Fulcher And Helping Women In Business Worldwide With Wendy Diamond

We are entering a moment for human capital management and the science behind HR. Now, more than ever, more and more companies are realizing the importance of talent to a business’ performance. Helping small and mid-sized businesses on that front and more, Jay Fulcher, the CEO and Chairman of Zenefits, joins Dr. Diane Hamilton to get us up to date with the latest on business growth and leadership, particularly on the importance is the enrollment process for companies, and where technology plays into that. He takes us deeper into HR and how Zenefits can help you gain access to opportunities that used to be available for big businesses only. Follow Jay’s wisdom as he helps you navigate this new business landscape where people, just as it should be, are at the forefront.

Many women worldwide are being kept from living the life they always wanted because they don’t have access to the opportunities that could otherwise lead them to live a successful and fulfilled life. On a mission to help and empower women, Wendy Diamond founded the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. In this episode, she sits down with Diane to talk about the ways she has been empowering, celebrating, and supporting women in business worldwide. She talks about her organization as well as her passion for animal rescue and how she puts two and two together to create a bigger social impact. Through it all, Wendy shows us the social importance of entrepreneurship and how great leaders bring their mission forward to benefit not only themselves but the world at large.

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