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Join author, speaker, and leadership expert Zack Hudson on the Passing the Baton Leadership Podcast for topics including personal development, time management, leading well, entrepreneurship, relational leadership, work-life balance, and other relevant and timely topics. Have fun with Host Mike Floyd, Neha Shingane, and Zack as they cover leadership topics in this commuter-style radio show so that you can listen to and finish the episode during your normal commute to work, school or while ru ...
 
The is the Agile Uprising Podcast. Agile Uprising is a purpose-built network that focuses on the advancement of the agile mindset and global professional networking between leading agilists. We will remain agnostic of certifying bodies and focus purely on the advancement of the agile craft. Our network will evolve over time, and at the core our online community will remain free to join - forever. We will leverage both traditional and emerging communication and collaboration channels to explo ...
 
What in the World (WITW)? makes global issues understandable and relevant to ordinary American people. Explained by expert women and people of color, we break down current and past foreign policy issues by connecting it to your everyday life. This podcast is produced in partnership with Diversity in the National Security Network (DINSN). Visit https://diversityinnationalsecuritynetwork.com/.
 
Benefiting Kingdom Living Radio Show. Is a show that TEACHES and CONNECT the Believers, Non Believers, and The YOUNG WARRIOR GENERATION (YWG) togehther. To Show them how to live a Godly life that Benefits The Kingdom of God and themselves as well. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/benefiting-kingdom-living-radio-show/support
 
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Our Finding Leadership Series is back! We kick off this series with a challenge from Mike during our last set of Finding Leadership shows. Can you find leadership in someone like Michael Scott from the Office? We'll find out! Highlights include: Have a heart for your people Celebrate the success of others Be available when people need you Join Zack…
 
In this weeks episode hosts Claudia Orozco-Gomez and Jay Hrcsko sit down with the comedic geniuses behind Comic Agile, Luxshan Ratnaravi and Mikkel Noe-Nygaard. We talk about where the idea to do agile comics came from, how they come up with ideas for their comics, the process of creating their book, and what lies ahead. If laughter is the best med…
 
John Priddy, CEO and co-founder of the Windrider Institute Telling your stories as a nonprofit leader is absolutely critical. And this is perhaps one of the most important aspects you can do as an executive of a nonprofit. So how best can you tell your story and what are the best mediums through which you can tell your story in order to have the bi…
 
At some point in everyone's agile journey they are passed the baton to shepherd a new team of people...where do you even start? Join us this week for part 1 of the conversation around "How do I get up and running?"; James Gifford is your host, with guests including Stephen Kellogg, Janel Lanza, Todd Thrash, Mike Caddell, and Jonathan Schneider. Enj…
 
Dr. Patton McDowell, founder of PMA Consulting It’s been 18 months since COVID first began to sweep across America. Guests on this show have shared their insights as to what they saw from their own organizations and what they learned as they interacted with leaders around the country. Rob’s guest today is both a consultant and a podcast host, and a…
 
This week Zack sits down with Marc Ploymeroplouis, former CIA agent and intelligence expert to discuss the leadership lessons that he learned while being in the CIA. You can find Marc's book Clarity in Crisis HERE Follow Marc on Twitter Join Zack Hudson as he helps you grow your leadership skills weekly. Passing the Baton podcast is hosted by Mike …
 
Often our community speaks of the work Robert Greenleaf did over 50 years ago in hushed tones. Servant Leadership is something prevalent in most training classes, conference presentations, and blogs across the globe. Do we really know what it means, and understand all the challenges that prevent its ability to thrive? Join AU board member Chris Mur…
 
This is the second episode of the Emerging Young Leaders Series about young emerging nonprofit leaders who really want to invest their lives into making real change in our world. Rob’s guest shares how they’re making their world better by helping more kids access computers, get coding training and prepare them for the future. Robbie Khazan, founder…
 
Sometimes, we push ourselves so hard to be a great leader of others that we forget about ourselves in the process. I've seen leaders burn themselves out, lose their passion, and have a drop in health among other things because they didn't lead themselves well. Here are some tips to help keep yourself on track and truly be your own best boss Highlig…
 
Leadership is hard, period. What can make it even more difficult is when those in leadership positions leave and a new staff person has to follow someone who has been in that role for a long time. If that person was the founder of an organization, it’s an even bigger challenge. In fact, there’s a term for this, it’s called “founder’s syndrome”, whi…
 
Join an all-star cast of the Agile Uprising board as we discuss the past five years of putting out a weekly podcast. From folks who have been there since day one to others that have joined in the past year, we share a perspective that we are thankful to bring to listeners every week. We also chatted about how our Discord instance has been a lifesav…
 
Funding is absolutely critical for all nonprofits and there’s a growing group of investors who want to invest in organizations and people who are really changing the world for the better. Is it possible to both fund the mission of a nonprofit, but also give a return to investors at the same time? On the surface, this seems to be two very different …
 
Unconscious bias, or implicit association, plays a part in all of our lives and how we lead others. Last week we discussed what this kind of bias is and what the types of unconscious bias are. Today we are jumping into finding it in our own lives and then strategies to address it in an actionable way. Highlights include: Take the test Discover and …
 
Join Janeé McConnell, Andrew Leff and Brad Stokes in this hilarious discussion as they examine Agile memes and look at the deeper truths behind what memes reveal about Agile. O'Rly What does Agile mean? Agile Developers Jira Tickets Psychological Safety Sad kid Agile Certifications: No bite dog (but he hurts in other ways) Code without asking quest…
 
Good to Great by Jim Collins is a fantastic leadership book that discusses how great companies each have a common trait of finding a way to continue growing and innovating, year after year. And according to Collins’ research, one of the key ways these companies achieve greatness is by preserving the core while stimulating progress. How can you do t…
 
Unconscious bias is something that each of us deals with on a daily basis. If you had a flat tire would you ask a man or woman to help you? Who would you ask to help sew up a hole in your shirt? Who is more likely to ask for directions if they are lost? These are just a few everyday examples of how our brain subconsciously connects the dots for us …
 
In this week's episode Claudia Orozco-Gomez and Jay Hrcsko sit down with the creator of Agendashift (and repeat podcast guest :) Mike Burrows to discuss the second edition of his book. We've covered some of the Agendashift classes before as well as Mike's most-recent book (Right to Left) and we were quite excited to discuss Agendashift, what led to…
 
You have more failure than success. Doesn't that feel great to be affirmed in today? Well, I am right there with you; in fact, we all are. Your failures can often lead to a larger success when we handle them the right way and use them to help us focus our efforts in a different way. Researchers from the Kellogg School of Management studied two grou…
 
So many groups form. And so many groups fade. What distinguishes those groups that grow and flourish from those that fade and fail? Agile Uprising host Andy Cleff chats with Ted Rau, from Sociocracy for All, about using intentional processes to establish an inclusive group culture early on to grow and flourish without governance troubles getting in…
 
Almost everyone is familiar with the YMCA, especially because of the Village People’s infamous song. But many don’t know that the Y, with all of its nationwide affiliates, is actually one of the largest nonprofits, not only in the US, but in the world. Kevin Washington, past President and CEO of the YMCA of the USA Rob’s guest today is the current …
 
Without a focused vision, employees can become lost in the meaning of their work, become unproductive, and have a higher chance of leaving to work for someone else. Today we dive into tactics to communicate your vision well. Highlights include Start with your values and purpose Say it again Show them the why and WIIFM Join Zack Hudson as he helps y…
 
Diversity, equity and inclusion are on the hearts and minds of every nonprofit leader today. After the events of last year, we started having conversations about these topics like never before. Rob’s guest took the helm of an organization that for the last 25 years, has made equity and inclusion the very focus of their mission efforts. Lysa Ratliff…
 
"We needed a new agile?" Agile has reached it's 20 year mark, and we have reached an inflection point: what works? What does? What did we miss, and what should we change to enable success going forward? Join us as we sit down with Cliff Berg, one of the many voices behind the Agile2 movement, to get his take on where we went wrong and what can we d…
 
An easy way to go viral online is to have someone catch you losing your cool in a situation. Failing to act with diplomacy and tact can also hurt your career and relationships with others. Today Zack breaks down the two and the guys give you tips to be successful in this area. Highlights include Focus the golden rule Empathy is a bridge builder In …
 
The relationship between a nonprofit’s board and a nonprofit’s staff can often become the demise of many nonprofits. To start a healthy relationship for any nonprofit board, it’s crucial to have a solid and clear relationship between the CEO or Executive Director of a nonprofit, and its board, especially the Board Chair. Rob’s guest addresses how t…
 
On this week's episode, we get a bit meta and interview the interviewer...join us as we sit down to chat with Shane Hastie, who is the podcast host for the InfoQ Culture and Methods show. We discuss podcast hosting ups and downs, surprises, and then we get a chance to actually pick SHANE'S brain about what books/topics/thinkers are relevant and int…
 
Marketing is an area nonprofit leaders tend to underestimate when it comes to the impact effective marketing can have. What is the best model for growing your nonprofit through your marketing, which platforms are best suited for attracting and retaining new donors, and why is the Google Ad Grant such a great way for nonprofits to inexpensively expa…
 
People engagement has struggled to keep up with the vast amounts of change that COVID has brought the work and home life. Today, Zack and Mike give you tips to help keep engagement high amount your team and those you care about. Highlights include Safety & Security Social Connections Trusting Relationships Purpose Join Zack Hudson as he helps you g…
 
Just like the US, Brazil was hit really hard with COVID, and the Lemann Foundation was instrumental in forming a coalition of leaders to figure out how they could develop and distribute, what became the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine that now has been deployed throughout the country. This foundation has been particularly successful at building coalitio…
 
The theme for this week's show is High-Performance Teams - explored through the lens of a rather unusual team-building event. A 15 day, 5,000 km trek from the Atlantic to the pacific coast of Canada, followed by a jaunt in Hawaii - competing against three other teams on different continents. Hosts Andy Cleff and Richard Dolman chat with the crew fr…
 
Every little swimmers’ goal is to stand on that podium at the Olympics, but it all starts with that first jump in the water and someone to show you how. Elizabeth Beisel, three-time olympian swimmer and 2016 USA swim team captain Rob’s guest is Elizabeth Beisel, a three-time olympian swimmer and the 2016 USA swim team captain. During her career, sh…
 
Hear Zack and Neha share stories about their camping adventures and how some of the fundamentals of camping can help improve your leadership skills as well. Highlights include Camping pulls you out of your routine Camping eliminates the noise and distractions Camping gives you a fresh perspective Camping helps your planning skills Join Zack Hudson …
 
You can't trip and fall in Enterprise IT these days without someone mentioning the "C" word...and we're not talking about croissants. We've all heard the Inigo Montoya quote used all over the agile world, but nowhere is it more appropriate than in the cloud space....so to help people understand what "cloud" really means, we brought in the experts: …
 
You may have noticed a slow return to normal occurring, and with that return comes the opportunity to reflect back on this past year to see what we’ve learned from it. As you reflect, consider this question: What was one weakness in your organization that the COVID pandemic exposed? Or, on the flip side of that question—what was one strength that r…
 
Today's tongue-in-cheek episode is all about how to be miserable. With such a challenging year in the rear-view mirror, what are some ways that we make ourselves miserable and how can we move past those opportunities? Highlights include Isolate yourself Have a Why Me attitude Eat more, move little Don't change Join Zack Hudson as he helps you grow …
 
In this week's episode we sit down with author and agile practitioner extraordinaire Allan Kelly to pick his brain about how to work with OKRs in an Agile environment....everyone rushed out to adopt OKRs because Google uses them, but how many companies do them well? Listen in for some tips and tricks to success with OKRs! Enjoy! Succeeding with OKR…
 
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