As an author and speaker, I get opportunities to be a guest on many podcasts and I really enjoy talking about leadership and leadership issues. Recently on the Armed Forces Brewing Company’s podcast and I thought it was an especially insightful discussion. I was interviewed by former Green Beret Scott Mann. You might remember him from Episode 92. Scott is an amazing leader, a master storyteller, and a brilliant interviewer. In this episode, we talk about leadership lessons we both learned in the military. I thought it was such a good discussion that I wanted to share it with you all here. Enjoy!
Today I’m joined by Paul Gunn Jr. Paul is the Founder and CEO of KUOG Corporation. He is also the author of a new book called Succeed the Right Way: What Every Compassionate Business Person Must Know. In this book, he helps leaders see how qualities like empathy, compassion, and kindness are critical in achieving long-term success. I’m excited about having him on the show to talk about it
Succeed the Right Way: What Every Compassionate Business Person Must Know book
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Today I’m joined by Billie Shepard. Billie is the founder of Billie Shepard & Associates, a company that helps leaders and entrepreneurs better communicate. She is an acting teacher turned speaking coach. She has tapped into the most effective theatre techniques and customized them for application to the business world. She is the author of a new book, The Billie Shepard Presentation Method: Why an Acting Teacher Holds the Key to Greater Influence, Happier Customers, and Better Relationships. As leaders, communication is critical to our success and I’m honored to have Billie on to help us become better communicators.
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