Although many of us are facing challenges during this pandemic, Dr. Karen says there is still a lot for which to be thankful in this Thanksgiving holiday season. Listen to this podcast to discover how you can rise, look above your circumstances, and be thankful.
Dr. Alan Weiss is the author of over 500 articles and 60 books including his best-seller, Million Dollar Consulting. He has consulted with over 500 leading organizations including Merck, Hewlett Packard, GE, Mercedes-Benz, The New York Times, Toyota, and the Federal Reserve. Alan is also an inductee into the Professional Speaking Hall of Fame®, recipient of the National Speakers Association Council of Peers Award of Excellence, and recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award of the American Press Institute. In this interview, Dr. Karen speaks with Alan about his life experiences, his upcoming book on Legacy, and how executive business leaders can be successful today.
Reach Alan at AlanWeiss.com; Get Alan’s Legacy book at https://alanweiss.com/legacy/
“We are living in a momentous period of history with great divides in ideology, high anxiety and isolation as our homes, families, networks, and livelihoods are disrupted by the global pandemic. There is a need for positive leadership to end prejudice, rebuild economics and personal and planetary wellbeing, creating unification and utilising technology and wisdom …
Are you bringing talent to your organization that is the same as what you already have? For the most powerful collaboration impact, you want to bring in complementary talent that takes your organization to a whole new level. In this podcast, Dr. Karen shares several business and leadership lessons from Eddie Van Halen and Michael Jackson’s amazing music collaboration on Michael’s song “Beat It”. Apply these lessons to your organization and create chart topping success in your business.
Actor Daphne Maxwell Reid is best known for her role as Aunt Vivian on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air TV show starring Will Smith. Some of her other credits include starring roles on WKRP in Cincinnati, Hill Street Blues, Simon and Simon, and Frank’s Place, opposite her husband Tim Reid. Dr. Karen talks to Daphne about her experiences as a model, beauty queen, photographic artist, clothing designer, author, entrepreneur, and actor. Join Dr. Karen as she explores the beautiful tapestry of Daphne’s life experiences and extracts relevant business lessons for executive leaders.
Look for The Fresh Prince of Bel Air Reunion Show on HBO Max and The Business of Christmas on BET Plus
To learn more about Daphne Maxwell Reid’s Artistic offerings, go to DaphneMaxwellReid.com
Elegant, powerful, gracious, beautiful, and generous are some of the words Dr. Karen uses to describe leadership icon, Frances Hesselbein. In this podcast, she reflects on the remarkable life and accomplishments of this great leader and reminisces about the times when they worked together.
Click here https://engage.pitt.edu/hesselbein to make a charitable donation to the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum and to equip emerging leaders.
Many workplaces now deal with the sad reality of the death of someone in the organization. People need time to grieve their losses. In this podcast, Dr. Karen talks about the various stages of grief. She also offers specific and practical strategies for how you as the business leader can effectively lead and walk your organization through grief and loss.
What leadership development food are you feeding your people? What lessons can be learned from the farmer about the uses of straw or hay? Listen to this podcast and to Dr. Karen talk about the importance of being intentional about the leadership food you grow for your people. One of the important “food” items on the leadership diet is development of communication skills. Listen to this episode to find out what other nutritious leadership food to include on the menu for your organization.