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Best Leadership Backstage podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Leadership Backstage podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Creating and maintaining a magical culture in any organization takes dedication and commitment. Dan Cockerell, a 27 year Disney veteran and retired Vice President of the Magic Kingdom, and host Jody Maberry share stories and insight to help you build the mindset you need to build a strong organizational culture. Come Rain or Shine will equip any leader with the tools to influence the weather in your kingdom for years to come.
 
My name is Drissia Schroeder-Hohenwarth. I am an Executive Coach, an Organisational consultant and the owner of DSH International HR. I created this podcast because there are so many discussions and theories ABOUT leadership and in my opinion far too little open conversations WITH leaders about this topic. This is what I want to change with my Podcast. I want to give leaders a voice, listen to what they say and see what we can learn from each other. Leadership Backstage is a learning platfor ...
 
A podcast about the why and how behind remarkable startup cultures. Hear one-on-one interviews with CEOs and founders sharing their company's mission, vision, and core values, and dive into what it's really like to work at a high-growth startup. Learn about leadership and find where you belong. This isn't about growth hacking, life learning, or venture capital funding - it's about humans, emotions, and trying to make the world 10x better. It's your life, so make your work matter. A productio ...
 
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Today, Jody and I discuss my first book release called How’s the Culture in Your Kingdom? Lessons from a Disney Leadership Journey. As I explain, the book dives deep into my experiences at Disney and lessons learned over 26 years of leadership. Some of the chapters cover topics like training, organization vision, how to create a healthy internal cu…
 
Huda Idress joins us today to share her international educational and entrepreneurial journey. Huda was raised in Saudi Arabia by Pakistani parents. She moved to Toronto to pursue her education as an Industrial Engineer. With a desire to work in health care and have an impact on the world, Huda started down a road that would eventually lead her to …
 
Illustrator, Vesper Stamper, joins me to discuss her story and views of leadership. An illustrator with over 20 years of experience, Vesper explains her origins as an artist as well as her transition into historical fiction writing. Having illustrated books and covers for multiple artists, she shares how her family life and educational endeavors ul…
 
No question, the coronavirus has had a huge impact on our economy. From temporary leaves to distance working, if you're listening to this, chances are you’ve had to adjust in some way. While there have been some benefits, I've been wondering: How can a business maintain its culture when its employees are distant? As Jody and I discuss in this episo…
 
Dr. Eric George joins me to discuss his story as well as relational trends in today’s economy. A man of many hats, Dr. George has experience across multiple realms. Not only is Dr. George the founder and CEO of ERG Enterprises, Omega Hospital, and the Hand Center of Louisiana in New Orleans, but he is also a venture capitalist, real estate investor…
 
Have you ever wondered how to get your ‘in’ in a company? What qualifies one candidate above another in a given job search? If so, you’re not alone. After all, in a sea of resumes, standing out can seem impossible with many applications desperate for a hook or a lead. But as I’ve been telling college graduates these days, if you want to help your c…
 
Chelsea Brinkley, an entrepreneur and rock star executive assistant, is sharing her journey today. At the age of 29, Chelsea embarked on the journey of remote work after experiencing corporate burn out. As a successful Executive Assistant, Chelsea discovered her organizational strength and ability to set up systems and processes was a service that …
 
Opportunities. It’s easy to want them, much harder to chase them. I know when I was younger, there were times I passively wished for certain outcomes hoping they would fall in my lap. I thought if I just positioned myself right, good things would automatically happen. Yet, as I now know, what you plan for is rarely what occurs. If our pursuit of op…
 
Cynthia Blackwell of Cynthia Blackwell Consulting joins in to discuss her corporate story and current work. As a business coach, mentor, and keynote speaker, Cynthia has the unique ability to fuse life and spark ideas with creative business savvy. Tagged “The Rain-Maker” by colleagues and clients, Cynthia’s relational approach to people and process…
 
When we talk about the coronavirus, we often talk about the negatives and negatives alone. Health concerns, economic trends, first-world convenience issues – clearly it’s been a hindrance for many. But the virus has also brought with it some silver linings and surprises. For instance, I’ve noticed many furloughed entrepreneurs diversifying their po…
 
Vivian Breucker, Schulleitung der OSK Schule in Köln. In diesem Gespräch unterhalten wir uns über den Change Prozess der Gesellschaft und wie die Rolle von Schulleitung in der Welt von heute und in Zukunft sein könnte.Sie erzählt über selbstorganisierte Führung und ihre Rolle in einem sehr agilen Leitungsteam, wo situative Führung entscheidend ist.…
 
In trying times, often the best ideas are the most creative. With many companies suffering due to current health and economic issues, entrepreneurs and business leaders around the world are having to think outside the box to make ends meet. One of these leaders I’ve had the privilege of conversing with recently is an innovator employed by the Unive…
 
One of the hardest aspects of leadership is understanding and resolving conflict. For some leaders, the issue isn’t so much the problem itself, but the perception of surrounding context. If conflict isn’t necessarily a collision of two opposing views, what is it exactly? Could conflict actually be a good thing? As I discuss in this episode, conflic…
 
Michelle Burdo, owner and CEO of The Burdo Media Group in Orlando, Florida, discusses her corporate story and her current work. As Michelle explains, it’s difficult for most people to feel confident in front of a camera. Not only do you need poise, but presence and precision. Even driven television personalities can be vulnerable to miscues and sli…
 
Garrett Bake joins us to share his story and lessons learned along the way. Having worked as a police officer for 15 years, Garrett has experienced much in terms of professional success; however, early in his career, his personal life was a mess. Despite playing the hero by day, by night he was just another workaholic struggling with drug abuse, po…
 
Alain Cardon is the CEO of Metasysteme, an internationally recognized Master Certified Coach, a Systemic Thinker, a Speaker and the Author of numerous books.With his profound need for independence and his lifelong quest for personal development and expansion Alain has pushed the boundaries of the application of systemic thinking to his personal lif…
 
Disney engineer Elaine Schomburg LaFleur joins in to tackle the issue of Imposter Syndrome; and especially how it can impact women and their careers. Despite having success and experience, 70% of people suffer from Imposter Syndrome. Understanding our limiting beliefs and how to process and qualify our thoughts can make a huge difference in confide…
 
Jamie and J.J. Eubanks, founders and owners of Magical Vacation Planners, join me today to share their journey from a pro basketball player and stay at home mom to successful entrepreneurs. For Jamie, the journey from full-time housewife to business owner was marked by closed doors. When three degrees failed to open traditional paths to success, sh…
 
Kortni Canada and Beth Smith from Magical Vacation Planners discuss the company’s history and legacy. Inspired by Walt Disney’s famous words, “All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them”, Magical Vacation Planners is a business built on memory preservation and quality service. As CEO Jamie Eubanks believes, the ideal travel …
 
Mike Goldsby, co-author of Entrepreneurship the Disney Way, discusses the book and why he wrote it. As Goldsby explains, Disney’s rise into one of the most innovative 20th century entrepreneurs continues to carry lasting impressions. From humble beginnings to award-winning pioneer, the success of Disney is not only a tale of creativity, character, …
 
Have you ever wondered why we separate behaviors and results when we talk about leadership? I know in my experience, I see many talking about leadership and results and leadership and behavior, but not behaviors and results. Perhaps this has to do with the time we live in where behavior is implied more than anything else. Whatever the case, as busi…
 
In this Q&A episode, Jody and I tackle write-in questions concerning leadership development, employee recognition, and brand definition. With leadership development, it’s important companies routinely evaluate their programs as they all have a shelf life. While monitoring how employees are acknowledged can seem like a moving target, in all cases, a…
 
Oscar Trimboli, author of “Deep Listening: Discover the Five Myths of Listening”, joins in to discuss his background and perspective on listening. From an early age, Oscar has been fascinated about the intersection of technology and listening. As a former Microsoft and PeopleSoft employee, the question, “How do I code how I listen”, would often sur…
 
For many companies, control is exercised through power. From systems of hierarchy to reciprocity, if there is a cultural pathway, chances are it hinges on results over relationships. But what if I told you we can build a better culture through empowerment, not power? That we can motivate behavior formally to the point it becomes second nature? As I…
 
Have you ever wondered why we’re often afraid of being excluded? Why we’re wired to feel safe where we’re at? If so, congratulations. Not only are you human, but aware of your need for a harmonious community. Unfortunately, in business settings, the line between professional and personal often compromises our sense of security. For instance, you ma…
 
As an executive turned entrepreneur, I admit: It’s nice not having to attend many meetings these days. Having led many during my tenure at Disney, I discovered while meetings on paper can be beneficial, they are also easily abused by those calling them. The question is: How do we, as business leaders, facilitate meetings in an engaging way where ou…
 
Edith Wolf is CEO of the Vector Foundation, in the field of automotive electronics. In this very honest and lively conversation Edith brings us behind the scene of the foundation and her role as a CEO. I learned a lot about its function for the company and the society and was surprised how big this sector is.Edith shares also the key moments of her…
 
In this episode, Dan Cockerell and host, Jody Maberry, tackle questions received from Auburn graduates. Such questions include, “What piece of advice do you wish someone had told you when starting your professional career?”, “What qualities do you look for in choosing an employee?”, “What motivation tactics do you use for employees?”, and “How do y…
 
In this special episode, Dan Cockerell joins Maria Massad, Director of Social Media and Digital Partnerships for Walt Disney Birthplace and Jay Williams, Managing Director of Walt Disney Birthplace, to discuss the location and history of Walt Disney’s nativity. As Massad explains, the purpose of Walt Disney Birthplace is to restore the Disney famil…
 
Whenever I talk about open doors, there are two principles I often emphasize: 1) ask questions and 2) dig past initials assumptions. But there’s a third I suggest we, as leaders, consider – the importance of cultivating curiosity. As leaders, curiosity is imperative both in heeding and handling with delicacy. In my experience, being in the same pla…
 
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