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Blanchard LeaderChat

Chad Gordon and Blanchard

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With a focus on leadership, personal growth, developing others and management this podcast is devoted to helping you be your very best by keeping up with current trends in self-development, leadership, and business. The Blanchard LeaderChat Podcast provides the perfect way for you to stay up-to-date on the latest ideas, insights, and innovations that impact you and your growth. Each episode features an expert sharing their ideas about helping people become the best leaders they can be. So, s ...
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The organic and sustainable farming movement has its roots in sharing information about production techniques, marketing, and the rewards and challenges of the farming life. Join veteran farmer, consultant, and farm educator Chris Blanchard for down-to-earth conversations with experienced farmers - and the occasional non-farmer - about everything from soil fertility and record-keeping to getting your crops to market without making yourself crazy.
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Hear Pam August explain how to cut through the noise and stress of your busy life to realize your true potential as outlined in her book, Potential: How to Connect What’s Already There for Exponential Impact. It involves having the right mindset, setting your intention, and pausing to notice where you are in relation to your intention to choose how…
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Hear Ken Coleman explain that self-awareness is the most crucial element in determining what kind of career will be the most fulfilling. He asks you to identify what you do best, what you enjoy, and what motivates you to begin the journey as detailed in his book, Find the Work You’re Wired to Do. For more Information visit www.Kencoleman.com…
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Hear Shawn Kanungo explain how individuals need to be life-long learners and to take risks daily to develop the confidence to become bold. It is the practical way to transform yourself and your organization. He shares tips from his book The Bold Ones: Innovate and Disrupt to Become Truly Indispensable. Learn more about a Shawn Kanungo on LinkedIn…
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Rich Horwath shares tips from his book Strategic: The Skill to Set Direction, Create Advantage, and Achieve Executive Excellence. He explains that new growth comes from new thinking and it’s critical to take time to think about how to do things differently. Taking time to think, plan and act strategically is the secret to navigating every business …
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In this episode, hear Cassandra Worthy explain how to embrace change by paying attention to your emotions—especially your negative emotions—to achieve growth and transformation. She shares tips from her book Change Enthusiasm: How to Harness the Power of Emotion for Leadership and Success. For more about Cassandra Worthy visit www.changeenthusiasmg…
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Hear Dr. Travis Bradberry share strategies from his latest book, Emotional Intelligence Habits. He explains how to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the micro behaviors that will take your EQ to new heights. His insights will help you change your habits and change your life. To learn more follow Dr. Travis Bradberry on LinkedIn…
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In this episode hear Dr. Jay Campbell, Chief Products Office at Blanchard and host Chad Gordon discuss the results of the Blanchard 2024 HR/L&D Trends Survey. You’ll learn about the eight specific focus areas identified in the survey that Human Resources and Learning & Development professionals will face as challenges, or opportunities in the comin…
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In this episode Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley discuss how they are helping leaders become servant leaders with the tips in their new book, Simple Truths of Leadership Playbook. They explain how to put learning into action with the structured exercises and thought-provoking questions from the book. Get your copy of Simple Truths of Leadership Playb…
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In this episode: · HEAR Ken Blanchard and Chad Gordon discuss EVERY episode of the LeaderChat podcast that aired in 2023! · LISTEN as each guest reveals the key facts and ideas they want YOU to learn from their episode! · DISCOVER valuable information that will make you want to listen to each episode AGAIN and AGAIN and revisit the insights shared!…
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In this episode Dr. Keith Keating explains the importance of making learning initiatives a part of the overall corporate strategy. He shares how to develop a proactive approach to L&D as outlined in his new book, The Trusted Learning Advisor. For more information visit www.keithkeating.comAutor: Blanchard and Chad Gordon
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Hear Dr. Stejskal share how she created her framework for developing resilience as outlined in her book, The 5 Practices of Highly Resilient People. She explains that our lives are filled with challenges, complexity and change and using these practices will help us flourish during difficult times. For more information visit https://www.resilience-l…
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Hear Dan Rockwell explain how talented people often unintentionally hold themselves back from success. He encourages listeners to identify their self-defeating behaviors to become the authentic leaders they want to be. He shares tips from his latest book, The Vagrant: The Inner Journey of Leadership. For more information about Dan Rockwell visit ww…
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Hear Dr. Marilee Adams share powerful insights from her best-selling book Change Your Questions, Change Your Life. She explains how the questions we ask ourselves and others can either expand our mindsets and open us up to new possibilities or constrict our mindsets to limit our choices. Learn more about Dr. Marilee Adams at www.inquiryinstitute.co…
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Hear Nate Regier explain how finding the balance between compassion and accountability is the ultimate way for leaders to create improved results and a thriving workplace. He shares the importance of building connections with your people from his latest book, Compassionate Accountability. For more information about Nate Regier visit www.compassiona…
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Hear Catherine Stothart explain how leaders can learn to understand what motivates each individual on the team to enable them to use their talents and fulfill their potential. The conversation is based on her recent book, Motivation: The Ultimate Guide to Leading Your Team. For more information about Catherine Stothart visit www.essenwood.co.uk…
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Hear Seth Godin explain how to break the negative shift that has taken place in the workforce, as outlined in his new book, The Song of Significance. The key is for managers and employees to come together to build a significant organization that enrolls, empowers, and trusts everyone to deliver their best work, no matter where they are. For more in…
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Hear Scott Blanchard, President of Blanchard®, share information about the recent rebrand of the company. He talks about the new tagline—The Heart of Human Achievement™, and the vision of the company—Leaders Powered for Good. He explains how Blanchard will continue to serve a diverse set of organizations with immersive learning experiences that ena…
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In this episode hear Ozan Varol explain how being genius isn’t for a special few. It can be cultivated. Sharing information from his new book, Awaken Your Genius: Escape Conformity, Ignite Creativity, and Become Extraordinary, he encourages you to discard what no longer serves you and discover the qualities that make up your own personal genius. Fo…
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In this episode hear Soren Kaplan explain how life experiences influence our mindsets and abilities while impacting our present success and future opportunities. He shares tips and examples from his latest book, Experiential Intelligence: Harness the Power of Experience for Personal and Business Breakthroughs, and describes the differences between …
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Hear Carol Kauffman share information about the MOVE framework from her latest book, Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes are High, coauthored with David Noble. She describes how leaders must learn to read situations and respond in the most effective way to manage high-stakes challenges. For more information about Carol Kau…
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In this episode hear Bill Treasurer share tips for becoming a more confident and competent leader from his latest book, Leadership Two Words at a Time. His message is especially helpful for new leaders, but leaders at all levels will find wisdom in his words. For more information about Bill Treasurer, visit www.couragebuilding.com…
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In this episode, hear human and organizational development expert Linda Berens talk about a framework for identifying your pattern of core psychological needs, values, and behaviors from her book, Understanding Yourself and Others. She explains that the more we can understand about ourselves and others, the better we can work together. For more inf…
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In this episode, hear Keith Ferrazzi explain how remaining competitive in the post-pandemic world requires a new model of leadership. It will take radical adaptability to sustain continuous change, inspire innovation, and separate the best organizations from the rest! His latest book, Competing in the New World of Work provides the roadmap.…
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In this episode hear Whitney Johnson explain the S Curve of Learning from her latest book, Smart Growth: How to Grow Your People to Grow Your Company. She describes the three phases in the curve as the Launch Point, the Sweet Spot, and Mastery and helps you understand where people are on the learning journey to develop their potential. For more inf…
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Hear emotional fitness and leadership expert Nataly Kogan share her super-practical guide for reducing daily struggle and burnout so you can live, work and lead with more energy, joy and meaning. Her new book The Awesome Human Project is a response to her own journey as a refugee who achieved tremendous success. She makes the compelling case that w…
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In this episode hear Christina Maslach explain the causes of burnout as described in her new book, The Burnout Challenge. She talks about how to recognize the signs of employee burnout and how to combat the issue to promote increased productivity and health. For more information about Christina Maslach, visit www.theburnoutchallenge.com…
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In this episode, hear Jennifer Brown deliver a call to action for leaders at every level to find their role and voice in affecting societal and workplace change. She shares concepts from her new book, How to Be an Inclusive Leader, Second Edition. For more information about Jennifer Brown visit www.jenniferbrownconsulting.com…
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In this episode hear Mike Easley share experiences and insights from his two decades as CEO of an electric cooperative. He explains why self-awareness and empathy are crucial for anyone aspiring to be a leader—especially a leader worth following. For more about Mike Easley on LinkedIn or visit his book website at noosofleadership.com/…
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In this episode Eileen Hahn shares tips from her new book, The Job You Were Born For, which presents a revolutionary approach to aligning your work with your life’s purpose. She provides the method for learning what you were born to do while loving every moment of it and making a positive impact in the world. For more information visit www.eileenbh…
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In this episode coauthors Tom Kaden and Michael Gingerich talk about the skill of listening from their book Listening 2by2: A Paradigm Shift for Leaders. Listening takes intention, patience—and practice. Listening is no longer considered a soft skill but an integral part of communication not only for organizations, but families and personal relatio…
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In this episode Amer Kaissi shares results of his extensive research into the traits that define strong, effective leaders from his new book, Humbitious: The Power of Low-Ego, High-Drive Leadership. Conventional thinking has us believe that those filled with hubris and a lack of self-doubt make the best leaders. However, he explains how the unique …
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Hear Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley discuss how to be an effective leader by using the skills of servant leadership and building trust. They share how to put the commonsense methods into common practice from their book Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust. For more information visit www.simpletruthsofleadershi…
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In this episode, employee engagement expert Heather Younger explains that if you are looking for increased productivity, customer satisfaction, or employee engagement, you need to care for your employees first. People will go the extra mile for leaders who show they are genuinely concerned about their staff. But while most leaders think of themselv…
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In this episode, hear peak performance expert Steven Kotler explain why we are all capable of achieving the extraordinary. Talking about his latest book, The Art of Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer, Kotler explains how the four skills of motivation, learning, creativity, and flow impact our ability to achieve and exceed expectations. He descri…
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In this episode, hear Carey Lohrenz explain how we can all learn to overcome the stressful circumstances in our lives instead of being overwhelmed by them. She shares the fundamentals of surviving and succeeding during times of crisis as outlined in her new book, Span of Control: What to Do When You’re Under Pressure, Overwhelmed, and Ready to Get …
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In this episode hear Liz Wiseman reveal the secrets of stellar professionals who play the game at a higher level from her new book, Impact Players: How to Take the Lead Play Bigger and Multiply Your Impact. Drawing on insights from leaders at top companies, Wiseman explains what the most influential players are doing differently, how small, and see…
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In this episode, Juliet Funt, globally recognized warrior in the battle against busyness, shares tips from her latest book, A Minute to Think: Reclaim Creativity, Conquer Busyness, and Do Your Best Work. Funt developed a framework to help people regain control of an overloaded, chaotic schedule. She reminds us to insert white space—short periods of…
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In this episode hear Trust expert Randy Conley explain the important ways to create psychological safety by building trust in your working environment. He offers suggestions for things you can do immediately to create a safe place to work and challenges you to take the responsibility to make a difference.…
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In this episode coauthor Pat Zigarmi describes the process of developing your Leadership Point of View as presented in the book Leading at a Higher Level. She explains the three basic steps of identifying key people and events that have influenced your thoughts about leadership, describing your leadership values, and sharing your expectations of yo…
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In this episode, organizational change expert Jake Jacobs shares how to make any change initiative successful by using the techniques from in his latest book, Leverage Change: 8 Ways to Achieve Faster, Easier, Better Results. Jacobs encourages you to embrace change, learn to love the troublemakers, and find ways to help people make a meaningful dif…
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In this episode, hear author Robert “Bo” Brabo share personal examples of delivering servant leadership in military, government, and business environments from his latest book, From the Battlefield to the White House to the Boardroom. Brabo explains how leaders can thrive by putting a focus on people and acting in alignment with the core values of …
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In this episode hear renowned business culture expert Stan Slap explain the difference between understanding your employees and understanding your employee culture. The distinction isn’t semantics; it’s the key to whether your strategies will succeed or fail. He shares tips for getting maximum business performance from his book, Under the Hood: Fir…
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In this episode, hear performance coach Victoria Labalme share strategies for moving forward in times when your goals aren’t precisely clear. Some people know exactly what they want and go for it, but others aren’t quite sure. Labalme talks about the tips and techniques from her new book, Risk Forward: Embrace the Unknown and Unlock Your Hidden Gen…
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In this episode hear business strategy expert Berta Aldrich describe how the global marketplace has changed and explain why companies are struggling to hire and retain high-performing talent. She shares tips from her latest book, Winning the Talent Shift to show you how to overcome the three main barriers to unlocking the potential in today’s workp…
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Join us to hear learning strategy and design expert Julie Dirksen explain how to create a learning experience that’s effective instead of one that gets forgotten as soon as the learner completes the session. The first important steps in Dirksen’s process are to understand who your learners are, then define the behavior you want them to learn. This …
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Marcus Buckingham believes there are some basic assumptions about work that are just no longer true in the business environment today. In this episode, he shares his insights on eight of the nine lies featured in his latest book, Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World, including ideas such as: People care which compan…
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In this exciting episode, you’ll hear how aviation pioneer Carey D. Lohrenz learned what Fearless Leadership means in two of the most demanding and extreme environments imaginable: the cockpit of an F-14 and the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Through her experiences, Lohrenz identified a fundamental truth: high performing teams require fearles…
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A finite game has known players, fixed rules, and a clear end point, like baseball. But with infinite games such as business or politics, the players come and go, the rules are changeable, and there is no defined end point. There are no winners or losers in an infinite game—there is only ahead or behind.…
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