Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles with Jesse Lahey

Welcome to Engaging Leader, your source for principles to communicate, engage, and lead with greater impact. This podcast will help you inspire trust, passion, and action.

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094: Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation | with Greg Brandeau


Are you a leader who builds teams that innovate again and again? Creating and sustaining an organization that is consistently innovative is extremely difficult (and rare). Conventional leaders see their role as conjuring up a vision and inspiring other...


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 2014-08-15  54m
 
 

093: The Pure-Hearted Leader: The Surprising Relevance of an Ancient Concept


Back in 2000, Jesse was helping an executive at one of the world’s largest companies develop a communication plan. As they were working through the key messages, the executive got tripped up on one of the words Jesse was recommending.


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 2014-08-04  32m
 
 

092: 7 Keys to Clarity and Conciseness


Back in episode 89, about the Power of Brevity, we discussed why brevity works and provided four tips for being brief yet powerful. In these tips, clarity leads to brevity, and vice versa. Now, contrast that with most of the corporate-level communicati...


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 2014-07-14  38m
 
 

091: Influencer: The New Science of Leading Change | with David Maxfield


All successful leaders have to be good at leading progress. And science has found that successful leaders, from CEOs to parents, have a common set of principles and skills that help create quick, profound, and lasting change in people and organizations...


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 2014-07-03  36m
 
 

090: How to Bridge the Workplace Generation Gap | with David Maxfield


Can people of different generations work together productively, or do their differences lead only to conflict? According to a new study from the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) and social scientist for organizational change David Max...


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 2014-06-15  36m
 
 

089: The Power of Brevity | with Bill Holston


Some of the most memorable speeches and documents have been much shorter than the norm. Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address was only 2 or 3 minutes long, and we remember it much better than the other speaker that day, Edward Everett,


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 2014-06-02  33m
 
 

088: Happy @ Work: Top Habits That Keep People Engaged and Successful | with Jim Donovan


A growing body of research in psychology and neuroscience is demonstrating that happiness is a secret ingredient to success at work. It turns out, our brains are more engaged, creative, productive, and resilient when in a positive state.


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 2014-05-08  40m
 
 

087: Talk Like TED: 3 Secrets to Radically Improve Your Presentations | with Carmine Gallo


Ideas are the currency of the 21st century. You can have brilliant ideas—truly revolutionary ideas—but if you cannot persuade others to act, those ideas don’t matter. In 2006, the famous TED conference began streaming 18-minute presentations from the w...


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 2014-05-01  40m
 
 

086: The 6 Principles (or C’s) of Workforce Health Engagement | with Terry Sherwood


In episode 1, Jesse and his colleague Terry Sherwood defined workforce health engagement as improving the knowledge, decision-making, and behaviors of employees, their families, and organizational leaders to optimize health outcomes,


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 2014-04-24  43m
 
 

085: A Leadership Course for the Rising Star | with Kevin Allen


You can buy a leadership book today for about $25. Or you can get an MBA for about $30,000. But learning about leadership from a few decades of everyday experience and mentors? That’s priceless. Kevin Allen was the pitchman for the “Priceless” ad campa...


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 2014-04-17  32m