Leaving Positional Authority Behind with Jim Brown

Relying on nothing more than a title to get people to follow you is a dangerous approach. Jim Brown, the CEO and Co-Founder of Uncovered, encountered positional authority figures during his time in the Marines, and it taught him precisely how not to lead. Ever since,...

Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable with Jennifer Denney

Leadership can be an extremely humbling experience. Being put in charge does not mean that people will automatically follow. You have to put in the work to inspire your team to do so. This was a lesson Jennifer Denney, Founder of Elevated Marketing Solutions, learned...

Courageously Cultivating Relationships with Stanley Chen

Joining a business founded by your parents comes with its own set of obstacles. Stan Chen, now CEO of Telamon, started his tenure at the company knowing people had made assumptions about what his path would look like. While trying to navigate those murky relationships...

Leadership Isn’t Perfect with Margy Feldhuhn

High performers are often thrust into management roles without the training or tools needed to be effective. Margy Feldhuhn experienced precisely this in her first leadership position and had to navigate murky waters to rise to the challenge. In this episode, Margy...

Sustainable Leadership Through Self-Awareness with Kevin Bailey

Leadership requires a marathon mindset. You can’t take on everything yourself and sprint to the finish because there is no finish line. If you’re doing your job right, you keep supporting your people so you can achieve evermore goals together. Kevin Bailey is...

Leading Without a Title with Ryann Dowdy

Ryann Dowdy’s first leadership role didn’t come with an official title that told everyone she was “in charge,” and yet, she was. With her lack of title, Ryann realized people were much more comfortable sharing their ideas and concerns with her because she wasn’t...