336 – Nicole Sahin: CEO of Globalization Partners

Nicole Sahin’s mission is to make it easy for any company to expand into any country as easily as they hire team members in the United States. Her current focus is building the world’s most competent and trustworthy Global PEO to meet the standards of the company’s Fortune 500 clients. She led Globalization Partners to a ranking of No. 33 …

335 – Larry Broughton: Entrepreneur / CEO, best-selling author, hotelier, and former US Army Green Beret

Larry Broughton is a highly sought-after speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He has been named Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year, NaVOBA’s Vetrepreneur of the Year, and to Entrepreneur Magazine’s Hot 500 List. Larry served eight years on A-Teams with the US Army’s elite Special Forces (commonly known as the Green Berets), then made a dramatic shift by entering the …

334 – Roger Scholfield: President & Owner of Scholfield Honda

Roger Scholfield, is president/owner of Scholfield Honda. He is a second generation automobile dealer with 31 years’ experience in the business. Roger is a 3 time past president of the Wichita Auto Dealer’s Association and has served 12 years on American Honda’s Dealer Product Advisory Committee, one of only 5 dealers out of 1060 in the U.S. appointed by Honda. …

333 – Chris Fussell: Former Navy SEAL & Partner at McChrystal Group

Chris Fussell is a Partner at McChrystal Group, where he heads up the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute. Chris is an author of the 2015 New York Times bestseller, Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World and 2017 Wall Street Journal bestseller, One Mission: How Leaders Build a Team of Teams. Chris was commissioned as a Naval …

331 – Being a Leader, Not Just an Achiever

There’s a significant difference between being an achiever and a leader. Achievement is not a bad thing; of course we must push ourselves and achieve things if we are going to create a life of significance. But we can’t let talent and achievement overshadow the importance of leadership. It’s a given that you must be technically & tactfully proficient in …

330 – Celeste Headlee: Radio Host, Author, & Executive Producer at Georgia Public Broadcasting

Celeste Headlee is an award-winning journalist who has appeared on NPR, PBS World, PRI, CNN, BBC and other international networks.  She hosts a daily talk show called “On Second Thought” for Georgia Public Broadcasting in Atlanta. You can listen live to On Second Thought, weekdays from 9 – 10 a.m. EST on the GPB News website. Click here for archives from past shows. She was …

329 – D.L. Brouwer: Author, Speaker, & Business Visionary

D.L. Brouwer is the author of The Return on Leadership. He brings a unique perspective to his role as a leadership author, keynote speaker, and business visionary. His views on business and life were shaped by the years he spent as a navigator, flying anti-submarine missions from US aircraft carriers in the north Arabian Sea during the height of the …

328 – Creating Trust & Confidence

Trust is what makes leadership possible. Your character communicates your leadership. Think of those people that openly share their life with you… The ones that are completely vulnerable completely trust you Trust is like “coins in your pocket” Each time you make a good leadership decision…you earn a little pocket change Each time you make a bad leadership decision…you pay …

327 – Kimberly Faith: Inspirational Leadership Author & Keynote Speaker

Known as an engaging speaker, trainer, coach, and consultant, Kim brings experience that ranges from facilitation and entrepreneurship to leadership development, communication skills, systems thinking, and personal branding. Her easygoing style and sense of humor has made her a hit with audiences large and small for the past two decades. Kim has trained and coached over twenty three thousand leaders …

326 – Become a Decision Maker

Making “sound & timely” decisions is a hallmark of being a transformative leaders. You’re better off making imperfect timely decisions than making a “perfect” decision too late. The 75% Solution: Be prepared to make a decision once you have 75% of all the information..use your experience & intuition to fill in the other 25%. Becoming a “decision maker” is the …

325 – Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast

Closing the gap between strategic planning & execution is a proverbial an enduring problem. The problem is that we tend to focus on strategy at the expense of getting our culture right. If our culture is dysfunctional and ineffective, our strategy will never get executed. The goal is to create a culture of decentralized decision making where we unleash subordinate …

324 – Michael Monteferrante: President & CEO of Envision

Mike Monteferrante is the president and chief executive officer of Envision, located in Wichita, Kansas.  With manufacturing locations in Wichita and Kansas City, plus 16 base supply centers around the United States, Envision employs over 500 people, half of whom are blind.  In addition to offering employment, Envision provides rehabilitation services, private and public education and foundation services for people …

323 – Accountability Vs. Responsibility

Accountability & Responsibility. People often use these terms interchangeably; often believing that they mean the same thing. If you are interested in dipping your foot into the leadership pool, you must understand that there is a subtle but very powerful difference between accountability and responsibility. As a leader you must understand that you can delegate responsibility to numerous individuals all …