Glenn Meier got to a point where he realized that being a good lawyer shouldn't be about finding someone to blame; it should be about making everybody feel good about the situation. Carrie and Glenn talk about his revelation, and his efforts to reinvent how we think about conflict in the world of corporate law.
This week, Carrie is joined by Tanii Carr, professional speaker and coach, and author of "Ten Weeks to Love." The two good friends talk about Tanii's life experiences and what she's learned over the years about interpersonal relationships.
What can we learn about leadership from museums and sailing? Glad you asked! Melody Kanschat, Executive Director of the Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University, joins Leadership Unleashed to share her expertise and reflect on her experiences as a former President and COO of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Plus, her recent Tahiti sailing adventure offers plenty of takeaways for building strong, cooperative teams.
Studies show that now more than ever, women are feelingparticularly detatched in the workplace. Carrie is joined byentrepreneur and corporate escapee Thais Guimaraes to talk aboutfinding happiness at work, and explore what all of us–men andwomen–can do to lead fulfilling lives.
Happy Mothers Day! In this special bonus episode, Carrie sits down with her two oldest sons, Nathan and Justin, who pull no punches as they roast their mom on her own podcast. What else could a mother ask for?
When we talk about mindfulness and being present in the moment, it's easy to write it off as a new age-y attitude that's not applicable to the profit-driven world of business leadership. Not so! Join Carrie as she sits down with author and business consultant Catherine Bell, to discuss how we can build better businesses starting with ourselves.