This week, Bonni and I celebrate the milestone of 10 million episode downloads since we began airing the podcast in 2011. Today, Coaching for Leaders is regularly ranked as a Top 50 business show on Apple Podcasts.
The growth of the show has been the direct result of listeners like you who have put your trust in us to support your development. As a result, we invited listeners to be featured on Monday’s episode by telling us what they’ve gained from the show.
Thank you for supporting Coaching for Leaders and for sharing it with others in your professional network. There is no greater compliment to our work.
Here are the most links for this episode and connections to a few of the folks we mentioned:
- Full audio and show notes
- Essential Communications with Tom Henschel
- StrengthsFinder with Isabeau Iqbal
- Lead Through Strengths with Lisa Cummings
- Sequentia Solutions with Steve Chase
- Aid for Aid Workers with Torrey Peace
We also mentioned these past episodes:
- The Power of Introverts, with Susan Cain (episode 44)
- How to Improve Your Coaching Skills, with Tom Henschel (episode 190)
- These Coaching Questions Get Results, with Michael Bungay Stanier (episode 237)
- How to Write a Killer LinkedIn Profile, with Brenda Bernstein (episode 285)
- Move From Theory to Practice, with Steve Schroeder (episode 369)
- Unconscious Mistakes Women Make, with Lois Frankel (episode 386)
The Power of the Young: Important message from Simon Sinek about getting “below deck.” I love the story of the admiral.
A Strategist’s Guide to Upskilling: Lots here for leaders who are considering major initiatives to develop their workforces.
Seth Godin on Leadership: The last two lines of this could be the mantra of every leader.
Three Things Overscheduled Kids Need More of in Their Lives: Helpful for those of us with children in our lives.
Introducing LinkedIn Reactions: Quick primer on LinkedIn’s recent upgrade.
Atomic Habits*: Last year, James Clear appeared on the show to share his research on how to build good habits and break bad ones. Many of our listeners and Academy members have dived in on his advice to “take on a new identity” to help make new behaviors stick.
Green Lights Always Change: Be cautious when you’re not sure the color of traffic light. But when it’s clear the light is green, don’t wait around for it to change.
Just for Fun
Cows Invade Upscale San Jose Neighborhood: A little reminder that your morning can always be worse.
Next Week’s Episode
Rita McGrath of Columbia Business School and Thinkers50 shows us how to start seeing around corners.