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.
This episodes is all about sex! Husband and wife team Gaby and Raj Sundra have applied their life coaching skills to the bedroom. Carrie gets in bed (literally) with the happy couple to talk about how to keep the fighting clean and the sex dirty.
Steffan Surdek, an organizational coach with Pyxis Technologies, teaches teams to adopt an Agile approach to their workflow. He and Carrie discuss Agile philosophies and the difficulties consultants often face when coaching client organizations to confront their own resistance to change.
Let's talk design! Nickie DeTolve, Director of Digital Culture at CultureSync, shares some practical advice for building live presentations. She and Carrie also discuss Nickie's diagnosed bipolarity, and how work cultures can learn to embrace their members' individuality.
Whether in business or in our personal lives, we tend to think within the paradigm of problem/solution: here's what you're doing wrong and how you should fix it. But Michael Margolis, CEO and founder of Get Storied, sees a different way to frame the narratives of our careers and lives. Carrie sits down with Michael to share his perspective, and some chocolate.
Some things we know without knowing. You know? How do we explain this intuition, and how do we harness it as leaders? From horses to surfing to martial arts, experiential leadership development expert Karen Pery has seen amazing results in what she calls embodied leadership.
How do you maintain a focus on culture and mindfulness while trying to build your business at the same time? Chuck Longanecker, Founder of Digital Telepathy, shares his insights and strategies.
CultureSync partner Harte Logan sits down with Carrie to talk about love and listening. What makes someone a good listener? Why does it matter? And how can we all become unconditional listeners?
Psychiatrist, author and consultant Dr. Mark Goulston shares his wealth of experience and offers a number of practical ways that we can all be better leaders, mentors and human beings by being better listeners.
Are you and E or an I? Not sure what that even means? Consulting psychologist Dr. Cristina Filippo discusses the meanings behind personality assessments, and what it means to be defined as an introvert or extrovert.
Author and consultant Josh Allan Dykstra is here to talk about creating a company culture that doesn't suck by adopting a strengths-based leadership philosophy.
What can leaders in the business community learn about leadership from a Catholic priest? Carrie talks with Father Raymond Marquez about how he first heard his calling and how he handles the pressures of serving as his community's spiritual leader.
Bra Mogul. Girdle Brand Manager. Call him what you will, there's no denying that Lee Chaden–former CEO of Hanesbrands Inc.–has plenty of leadership lessons to offer from his decades of experience in consumer goods.
Everyone is looking for a good hack these days, one that can make their life simpler and more efficient. Can this mentality be applied to how you lead yourself and others? Robbe Richman says yes, and it starts with learning a lesson from stand-up comedy.
Whole Foods has become synonymous with leading a healthy, conscious lifestyle. But how does that apply to business? Whole Foods CEO and Founder John Mackey welcomes Carrie into his Austin office, to talk about conscious leadership.