In 4 seasons of producing a weekly episode of the”Follow My Lead” Podcast , we’ve had a handful of episodes stand out above the rest…
For the last 30 weeks, we’ve produced a weekly podcast called “Follow My Lead” to help transfer stories and best practices of today’s leaders to the leaders of tomorrow.
As a way to remind you of best practices and catch up all of our new subscribers on content they may have missed here they are:
Jerome Peribere is the CEO of Sealed Air and responsible for over $7B in Revenue and 23,000 employees. He believes deeply in values, principles, mission and vision. There is a ton to learn from Jerome’s experience, it’s a must listen.
Bill McDermott is the CEO of SAP, one of the largest software companies in the world. He covers what leaders will never be forgiven for, how to give and get trust, and how to set a big vision in tough situations. There might not be a better CEO in the World than Bill McDermott, so you don’t want to miss this one.
Greg Hagin is the Senior VP and Managing Director with CCS, the largest fundraising and management company in the world. In our most popular episode ever Greg spoke at length about why you should get out of your comfort zone, why preparation is the huge differentiator, and Stew Friedman’s 4 leadership quadrants. There is a reason why its our most popular episode ever…it’s good!
Scott Cornwell is a board certified executive coach with the Center for Intentional Leadership. In our most popular episode from season 1, Scott crushed it talking about what separates the best leaders, why it’s so important to be present in your career, and why taking a self assessment can be game changing. This guy just gets life and leadership and listening or watching this episode should be on your to do list.
Dee Ann Turner is the VP of Enterprise Social Responsibility at Chick-Fil-A and author if “It’s My Pleasure.” In one of our most popular episodes ever Dee Ann spoke at length about Chick-fil-A’s founder Truett Cathy and why their purpose has remained the same for 40 years. Why humility and service is so important in leadership and how to find talented people. If you have time for just one episode this might be a good one to choose.
Dale Partridge is the founder of Startup Camp and all around great man. In one of our most popular episodes ever Dale went through the 4 pillars of success, why we should all strive for self mastery, and why TIME is so important in personal professional relationships. This episode was about as raw and candid as we can get and will definitely add value to your life.
Mac Lackey has built and sold 5 companies and raised over $75M in capital. He spoke at length about following your passion, the difference between leadership and management, and why investing in yourself always matters. You don’t want to miss this one.
I Hope These Podcasts are Valuable to You
It’s been a fantastic journey these last 30+ weeks sharing stories best practices of today’s leaders to the leaders of tomorrow. My hope is that you can use our work and interviews to improve your own performance and others in your organization.
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About the author: John Eades is the CEO of LearnLoft and Host of the Follow My Lead Podcast. He is passionate about the development of people. He writes, and speaks about modern leadership and learning techniques. You can find him on instagram @johngeades.