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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Sean Covey
Join Sean Covey, son of Stephen R. Covey, as he discusses the continued relevance and importance of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People in celebration of the book's 30th anniversary.
Take Stock Of Your Emotional Bank Accounts
Are you at risk of being overdrawn or even bankrupt in any of your relationships? You can either grow your relationships or depreciate them.
Define Yourself: Elizabeth Smart
Join Elizabeth Smart as she shares remarkable stories of remarkable people who chose not to let trauma and tragedy define who they have become.
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Start With Humility
Has your lack of humility held you back? Would you know if it had? If you believe you have room to improve, then you can only get better.
Pick Up Your Own Headlight: Ed Mylett
Join Ed Mylett as he brings funny and fortifying stories of learning to embrace vulnerability and how to literally and metaphorically pick up your own headlight after it’s fallen off your car.
Average First-Level Leaders Are Falling BehindFind Out Why
See The Tree, Not Just The Seedling
Are you quick to decide that someone doesn't have what it takes? Empowering individuals improves the whole, the challenge is to recognize potential in others and encourage them to reach it.
Live Limitless: Nick Vujicic
Join New York Times bestselling author and renowned inspirational speaker, Nick Vujicic, to hear his message of living a life without limits for this extraordinary 100th-episode of On Leadership.
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Avoid The Pinball Syndrome
At the end of a busy day, do you ever feel you've accomplished nothing of real value? It's easy to get caught up in distractions and to lose focus on what is truly important.
Are You An Entrepreneurial Leader?: Joel Peterson
Joel Peterson breaks down the five types of leaders from his new book Entrepreneurial Leadership and shares a few profound lessons from his wildly successful career.
Become a trusted leader and person. Talk straight and avoid spinning the truth, or avoiding issues. Scott Miller explains how talking straight is a critical leadership competency.
Play Your Roles Well
Does success in one area of your life ever come at the expense of another? Make sure to identify your most critical roles and the contribution you want to make in each one.
Mind Your Brain: Dr. Daniel Amen
Join renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Daniel Amen, as he shares practical and critical advice for keeping your mental health in peak condition in the midst of uncertainty, stress, and change.
Think We, Not Me
Do you focus on what's in it for you or what's in it for everyone? Try to create opportunities where everyone wins, including you.
Predictable Results in Unpredictable Times: Stephen M. R. Covey, Chris McChesney, Kory Kogon, and Todd Davis
Join FranklinCovey’s cadre of thought leaders as they share unique and enduring insight to navigate turmoil and uncertainty to achieve your highest and best results in the midst of rapid change.
Align Inputs and Outputs
You can control results by choosing actions that predictably produce your desired results. Evaluating the inputs and outputs in our lives can be a trial-and-error process.
How Can Addressing Unconscious Bias Improve Organizational Results?
Research has shown that organizations that address bias achieve better organizational results. Jimmy McDermott shares how addressing bias impacts engagement, performance, and impacts the bottom line.
Get Out Of Your Own Way: Dave Hollis
Join Dave Hollis, COO of The Hollis Co. and author of Get Out of Your Own Way, as he shares the biggest lies he believed and how leaving your harbor of safety can bring greater meaning and impact.
Talk Less, Listen More
Do you listen to others only with the intent to reply? Actually listening to someone shows you care. Listen first with the intent to understand.
How Can I decide What To Say 'No' To?
As a manager, there will always be plenty to do. Victoria Roos Olsson shares some questions that leaders can ask themselves to make sure they stay productive and effective.