Deep Leadership Episode 178 & 179: Don’t Give Up the Ship – 2 Parts

In this episode, we had the privilege of speaking with the host of the Don’t Give Up the Ship podcast. Our guest is a retired Master Chief Petty Officer with 21 years of experience in the submarine service. He has now dedicated himself to the professional and leadership development of enlisted sailors and military members through his podcast and online resources.

We started by discussing the guest’s background and how he became interested in leadership development. He shared his experiences and insights on the unique challenges faced by leaders in the Navy and how to overcome them. One of the topics that came up was the process of getting qualified in the Navy and its impact on career development.

Moving on, we talked about the transition from being a doer to a leader. Our guest shared his thoughts on how to make this transition effectively and provided valuable insights for anyone looking to make the same move.

Next, we dive into the Don’t Give Up the Ship podcast and its mission. The guest explained the topics covered in the podcast and his approach to leadership development. He emphasized the importance of developing leadership skills, especially for those in the military.

In conclusion, we had a fantastic conversation with the host of the Don’t Give Up the Ship podcast. We learned about his background, the challenges faced by leaders in the Navy, the process of getting qualified, and the transition from a doer to a leader. The Don’t Give Up the Ship podcast is a great resource for anyone looking to develop their leadership skills, and we highly recommend it.

Show resources:

Don’t Give Up the Ship podcast website

Don’t Give Up the Ship podcast

Sponsors:

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Become a leader worth following today with these powerful resources:

You Have the Watch: A Guided Journal to Become a Leader Worth Following
All in the Same Boat: Lead Your Organization Like a Nuclear Submariner
I Have the Watch: Becoming a Leader Worth Following
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Groundbreaking Leadership: A Conversation with Stephanie Treece

On the 12th episode of the Deep Leadership podcast released last March 2020, we had the pleasure of speaking with Stephanie Treece, a trailblazer in the field of submarine leadership. As one of the first women to serve as an officer on a nuclear submarine, Stephanie’s journey to becoming a qualified submariner and Navy Nuclear Engineer is truly inspiring.

We dove into Stephanie’s journey as a submarine officer, discussing her experiences as a new officer and later leading an experienced team as a young officer. Stephanie shared valuable insights on the qualification process on board a submarine, which can be a daunting and challenging experience for new officers. She spoke about the importance of showing up and being authentic, and the differences between authentic and fake leaders.

One of the key takeaways from our conversation was Stephanie’s emphasis on the importance of empathy and love in leadership. She shared that “leadership is much more than shouting out orders, it’s about showing empathy and love.” Stephanie spoke about her experience as a woman in a male-dominated field, and how she had to work hard to earn the respect of her colleagues. She also talked about the importance of being a good listener, and how it helped her to understand the perspectives of her crew members, and also helped her to lead effectively.

“Leadership is much more than shouting out orders, it’s about showing empathy and love.” – Stephanie Treece

Stephanie also shared valuable advice for new leaders, including the importance of being self-motivated, visionary, flexible, and a good listener. She emphasized the importance of setting a good example, and how it is essential for new leaders to lead by example, especially when they are leading experienced crew members. Stephanie also spoke about the importance of being a visionary leader, and how it is essential to have a clear vision of where you want to take your team and how to get there.

We invite you to listen to this episode and learn from Stephanie’s unique and groundbreaking leadership experience. As she continues to break down barriers and pave the way for future leaders, Stephanie’s insights and wisdom are truly invaluable. Her story is a testament to the fact that with hard work, dedication, and a positive attitude, anyone can achieve their goals, regardless of their background or gender. Stephanie’s story is not only an inspiration for new leaders, but also for anyone who wants to pursue a career in a male-dominated field.

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Deep Leadership Episode 177: The Rainmaker’s Dilemma with Bradley Hamner

In this episode of the Deep Leadership Podcast, I speak with business growth coach Bradley Hamner about the “Rainmaker’s Dilemma.” Hamner explains that the Rainmaker’s Dilemma refers to the situation in which business owners become so consumed with the day-to-day operations of their company that they are unable to focus on building a business that is valuable for both themselves and future investors

Throughout the episode, Hamner provides insight into how business owners can recognize when they have fallen into the Rainmaker’s Dilemma and offers strategies for shifting into “architect mode” on their business. He also emphasizes the importance of leaders taking the time to lead themselves first and delegate tasks effectively in order to achieve success.

In addition to discussing the Rainmaker’s Dilemma, Hamner also introduces listeners to the Club Capital Leadership Podcast and provides information about other resources that may be useful for those looking to improve their leadership skills.

Show Notes:

Bradley Hamner’s entrepreneurial journey
Explanation of the Rainmaker’s Dilemma
How to know when you’ve fallen into the Rainmaker’s Dilemma
Strategies for shifting from a rainmaker to architect mode on business
The role of leaders in this shift
Emphasis on leading yourself first
The importance of being a leader on the stage
How leaders can lead themselves well
Tips for delegating tasks effectively
The benefits of having an Executive Assistant

Show resources:

The Rainmaker’s Dilemma – https://rainmakersdilemma.scoreapp.com/

The Club Capital Leadership Podcast – https://club.capital/podcast/

Sponsors:

Jeremy Clevenger Fitness – https://trainwithjerm.carrd.co/

The Fraternity of Excellence – https://fraternityofexcellence.com/ref/113/

Become a leader worth following today with these powerful resources:

You Have the Watch: A Guided Journal to Become a Leader Worth Following
All in the Same Boat: Lead Your Organization Like a Nuclear Submariner
I Have the Watch: Becoming a Leader Worth Following
I have the watch book

Sponsored by

Jeremy Clevenger Fitness Keep Your Gainz with 1-on-1 Coaching Personalized Strength & Nutrition Systems for Men Who Want to: Get Stronger, Look Fit, and Stay That Way. Learn more HERE.

 

The Fraternity of Excellence is an Online and Real World Community for Men who are looking to improve in all areas of their lives. Learn more HERE

Bottom Gun Coffee Company was born from the love of coffee while serving in the submarine force. Bottom Gun is owned and operated by submarine veterans who know a thing or two about good coffee. Learn more HERE

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