Negotiating is an important part of leadership. But does it require you being a cut throat hard ass… Or is it possible to Negotiate with Clarity, Detachment & even Equilibrium?
Our guest on this episode is Corey Kupfer, he's an expert strategist, dealmaker and business consultant with more than 30 years of professional negotiating experience as a successful entrepreneur and attorney.
He's the The founder and president of Authentic Enterprises. Corey Kupfer is dedicated to inspiring authenticity in business through speaking, training and consulting.
He’s developed a winning approach to negotiating, detailed in his debut book, "Authentic Negotiating: Clarity, Detachment & Equilibrium – The Three Keys to True Negotiating Success & How to Achieve Them"
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How to come back from the brink...When there's no hope!
A leader by any interpretation; Karl Smith served 12 years in the British Army and 12 years as a SWAT officer in the Police.
In 2006 while at the top of his game Karl was run over by a drunk driver... twice in one incident.
After suffering severe physical injuries from the incident 18 months on the mental side of Post Trauma emerged.
Karl's struggle to come back from the brink was an epic journey that he was seriously losing until he was Introduced to Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy.
Nothing could have been further from his reality than Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy. However, it changed his life.
Today Karl Smith has been featured on TV specials, he's the author of the brand new book: "There is no "D" in PTSD".
He's also the founder of "Kinetic Shift" and The UK Hypnosis Academy. He now teaches change work and Hypnosis around the world.
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Why are so many billionaire leaders taking the journey from Silicon Valley to the Amazon jungle?
On this episode we take a look at leadership from a completely none-traditional view and ask: Can leadership be a Sacred Path?
Our guest today believe that this is certainly the case.
Jeffrey Slayter is a positive disrupter of psyches (in a good way), having played the role of transformational coach and facilitator and spoken to over three million people from twelve different countries.
He’s shared the stage with other incredible thought leaders like Sir Richard Branson (founder of Virgin), Dr. John Demartini (star from the movie The Secret), Frank Kern (the highest paid direct response internet marketer in the world), Tim Ferris (Author Four Hour WorkWeek), Tony Robbins and many others.
Jeffrey questions the validity of the beliefs that are holding leaders back. Having coached some of the worlds leading coaches, Jeffrey Slayter has a level of mastery in facilitation that will have even the most skeptical of clients melting away years of being “stuck” in debilitating patterns.
Find out more about http://JeffreySlater.com
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The world of business has changed and that whatever position you are in, even if it’s CEO, CFO, head of CHRO, or sales person if you are going to stay relevant you better think like a entrepreneur. In fact in this time of radical disruption you better be willing to look at whatever you’ve identified yourself as, and question what if it all goes away?
Our guest on this episode is Deri Llewellyn-Davies, he is known as "The Strategy Man". He is a speaker, entrepreneur and author of two books – ‘Life’s Great Adventure’ and ‘BGI Strategy on a Page’.
His business career has included corporate board level roles and running twenty of his own small businesses, allowing him to speak with authority on Business Strategy.
Deri’s own methodology, Strategy on a Page™, de-mystifies business strategy and gives his students practical and actionable principles they can apply to any business.
A lover of adventure, Deri has climbed five of the highest mountains in the world and completed the Marathon des Sables. He continues to apply strategic discipline to both business and life in a truly inspirational way.
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If you can't do conflict, you can't do leadership!
How to have HEALTHY CONFLICT that builds bonds of trust?
Knowing if Your Leadership Style is: Persecutor, Victim or Rescuer!
Sometimes leadership can feel like you are the teacher in the school yard trying to stop the bullies picking on the small kids. There again as a leader there’s a pretty good chance that there’s been times where you have had to fights others to get your ideas listened to or even implemented. Those fight can be tough, and many don’t feel that they have it in them, but what if there’s a way to have Conflict Without Casualties?
Our guest today is one of the world’s leading experts in how to do “health conflict”
Dr. Nate Regier is the co-founding owner and CEO of Next Element, a global advisory firm specializing in building cultures of compassionate accountability.
A former practicing psychologist, Dr Nate Regier is an expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, positive conflict, neuropsychology, group dynamics, interpersonal and leadership communication, organizational development, team building and change management..
He is an international adviser, certified in a myriad of techniques and processes and is the author of two books: Beyond Drama and his latest, Conflict Without Casualties.
More on Nate Regier: http://Next-Element.com
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Our guest on this episode is New York Times Bestselling Author Tim Sanders and we take a look at why is and Dov are both fans of Yoda. Why Leadership is a Hero's Journey and why we all need mentors to make it through that journey.
We look at why in the pursuit of not only success but also fulfillment, we may need to reconsider what it means to mentor others.
As leaders we all stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before us.
We know that the work, the insights and the courage of other has become the very foundation of the path we walk, and yet so many of today’s leaders fail to recognize that they too must pave the way for the next generation of leaders…
Our guest today is Tim Sanders.
Tim spent most of his early career on the cutting edge of innovation
and change. He was an early stage member of Mark Cuban’s Broadcast.com, which had the largest opening day IPO in history. After Yahoo acquired the company, Tim was tapped to lead their ValueLab, and by 2001, he rose to Chief Solutions Officer.
In 2005, he founded Deeper Media, which provides consulting services for leading brands. Today, he is one of the top-rated speakers on the lecture circuit.
Tim is the author of four books, including the New York Times bestseller Love Is the Killer App: How To Win Business & Influence Friends.
It’s been translated into over a dozen languages and has been featured in Fast Company, USA Today, the New York Times, The Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor and on CNN.
However, today he is here to geek out with me as a fellow traveler on this path of life, that for those who choose it “the hero’s journey”
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Let’s face it, disruption…even if you are the one creating it…is messy. But of course if we had a crystal ball with which to see where things are going then we could be practical about our adaptation and get the most out of it.
Our guest today is a man who speaks to audiences all around the world on the very subject of being practical about the future…
Andrew Grill is the Practical futurist.
He is an internationally renowned thought leader.
Andrew is an expert in the fields of digital transformation, digital strategy and social media networks and speaks to, and consults for organizations world-wide to develop their strategy in a world rife with digital disruption.
An experienced corporate leader, Andrew has launched and run technology companies in Europe and Australia and worked with some of the world’s leading companies and organizations including Vodafone, IBM, Nestle, British Airways, Barclays Bank, BBC, American Express, John Lewis, and Unilever.
He is also a seasoned TEDx speaker, having presented at 3 separate TEDx events.
Andrew regularly contributes to a wide range of media outlets including The Drum, Changeboard and ANZ BlueNotes.
He’s appeared several times on Sky News, and has been published in the Financial Times, The Telegraph and the Guardian.
3 Key #Leadership Strategies for health Next-Gen Succession.
Trust is a major issue in the multi-generational Family Business environment.
In this 5 minute video Dov Baron give 3 key insights in how to cross the sometimes treacherous "trust Gap"!
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On this episode we ask: Can Destruction Be Positive?
We live in a time of massive disruption, a word that used to be very negative… in fact some of my favourite people in the world today were thrown out of school classes because they were disruptive. But here’s my question to you…can we do the same with the word Destructive? Can destruction be positive, even innovative?
Our guest today says it can in fact he’s written a book on just that, entitled: The Power of Positive Destruction
Seth Merrin is an entrepreneur, global business leader and philanthropist who has reinvented how Wall Street uses technology.
Seth Merrin is currently the founder and CEO of Liquidnet, a trading network that connects more than 800 of the world’s leading asset managers to large-scale equity trading opportunities in 44 markets across five continents.
He was twice named as the “Innovator of the Decade” by Advanced Trading. He was included in Forbes “Ones to Watch” and Treasury & Risk’s “100 Most Influential People in Finance” lists.
More about Seth Merrin and his book at: http://PositiveDestructionBook.com
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Glenn Mattson, he is Principal of Sandler Training / Mattson Enterprises Inc., a consulting and training firm specializing in 3 key areas; Management, Sales and Leadership.
Glen Mattson grew his practice to being the largest in the US and then on from there to becoming the largest in the world.
For 21 years he’s been assisting leaders and entrepreneurs tap into the strategies and tactics they already know but aren’t fully utilizing, by helping them overcome their self-limiting beliefs.
His company provides on-going support, reinforcement and networking through an alliance of business and sales professionals.
He graduated with degrees in Public Relations; Organizational Communication and Development; Psychology and
Typical when Glenn works with an organization they experience an increase in efficiency and effectiveness range around 30-80%.
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