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Leadership Interviews

Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith How Women Rise

  

Break The 12 Habits Holding You Back From Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job

Published on May 24 2018
how--women-riseHow Women Rise

How Women Rise: Two Leadership and Coaching Rock Stars Collaborate to Write a Bestselling book. The timing couldn't be better. Are they Clairvoyant?

Welcome to a Leadership Channel podcast on TotalPicture - I'm your host, Peter Clayton. I'm delighted to welcome back to the show two acknowledged global leaders in their respective professions, Sally Helgesen is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and leadership development consultant, and also with us is her co-author of How Women Rise, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith who has been recognized as one of the top ten Most-Influential Business Thinkers in the World and the top-ranked executive coach at Thinkers50. Marshall is the author or editor of 36 books, which have sold well over two million copies, and become bestsellers in 12 countries.

Welcome back Sally and Marshall! You have certainly have been busy! For everyone tuned in -- their new book, How Women Rise Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job, (which has been described as an instant classic by many reviewers), is all over social media, and together and individually they've been -- almost everywhere, it seems.

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Your Job Is Not Your Job. A Conversation With Fred Kofman

  

"To You That Are Beyond The You That You Think You Are"

Published on May 07 2018
Fred Kofman is advisor, Leadership Development at Google, TotalPicture interviewFred Kofman

Fred Kofman is advisor, Leadership Development at Google. Since 1990, Fred has designed and facilitated programs on leadership, personal mastery, team learning, organizational effectiveness and coaching for thousands of executives, and consultants worldwide. His New Book is titled The Meaning Revolution. The Power of Transcendent Leadership.


Welcome to a Leadership Channel Podcast on TotalPicture, I'm your host, Peter Clayton

His previous book, Conscious Business, has been translated to more than ten languages and received numerous awards. Conscious Business was recently named by Sheryl Sandberg in her New York Times interview as "the business book every executive should read"

After completing a Ph.D. in economics from Berkeley, California, Fred taught Management Accounting and Control Systems at the Sloan School of Management where in 1992 was named "Professor of the Year". During his time at MIT, Fred worked alongside Peter Senge as a senior researcher at the Center for Organizational Learning.

Fred has led seminars in the U. S., Europe, South America and Asia and has presented his research at numerous academic institutions

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Jason Averbook Leap For A Purpose At UNLEASH

  

The MC of UNLEASH America Jason Averbook: AI, Chatbots, Disruption. Machine Learning How to develop new skills to rebuild the workforce experience

Published on May 03 2018
Jason Averbook, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer,of LeapGen, TotalPicture interviewJason Averbook

Once again this year, the attendees at UNLEASH America in Las Vegas will have MC Jason Averbook directing ideas, conversations, speakers, getting everyone into the flow of what I believe is the best HR Tech show on Earth. A couple of weeks ago I recorded a podcast with UNLEASH CEO Marc Coleman and I encourage anyone listening interested in HR and TA technology to tune-in to that interview.

Jason Averbook, a global thought leader, agent for change in HR and CEO and Co-Founder of Leapgen

Welcome to a Leadership Channel podcast on TotalPicture I'm your host Peter Clayton. I'm excited to welcome back to TotalPicture Jason Averbook, CEO and co-founder of Leapgen. Jason is a global thought leader, agent for change in HR and CEO and Co-Founder of Leapgen As one CEO has said about Jason, 'He just gets it and can put it into language that we get.' Jason is an author with a broad understanding of how technology can be applied to common business problems, helping organizations realize the benefits of such solutions. 

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Great At Work - An Interview With Morten Hansen

  

How Top Performers Do Less, Work Better, and Achieve More.

Published on April 01 2018
Morten Hansen, author of Great At Work TotalPicture interviewMorten T. Hansen

Guess What? It turns out we have the wrong work paradigm, pushing people for more when really we need to retool our everyday efforts and work fewer hours and work smarter.

Why do some people perform better at work than others? This deceptively simple question continues to confound talent acquisition leaders, recruiters and HR leaders; along with professionals in all sectors, who want to advance and succeed in today's ultra-competitive workplace. We often equate working longer hours with success, but the fact is that generally leads to stress, burnout, overall inferior work performance and makes a mockery of the well-worn work-life balance mantra.

A new, groundbreaking study conducted by Morten Hansen, of more than 5,000 managers and employees, shows that top performers actually work less but do better work. Guess What? It turns out we have the wrong work paradigm, pushing people for more when really we need to retool our everyday efforts and work smarter.

In his new book GREAT AT WORK: How Top Performers Do Less, Work Better, and Achieve More (Simon & Schuster), Hansen uncovered that top performers don't work more. Instead, they redesign their work to obsess over a few priorities. And it turns out, any of us can learn how to redesign our work to avoid burnout.

Welcome to a Leadership Channel Podcast on TotalPicture. I'm your host Peter Clayton. My guest today is Morten Hansen, a management professor at University of California, Berkeley. He is also a faculty member at Apple University.

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The Circle Blueprint A Roadmap to Fulfillment

  

Gregg Robins interviews Jack Skeen - Decoding the Conscious and Unconscious Factors that Determine Your Success

Published on January 16 2018
Jack Skeen, coauthor with Greg Miller, and Aaron Hill of The Circle Blueprint TotalPicture interviewDr. Jack Skeen

Several weeks ago, Gregg Robins, a good friend and contributor to TotalPicture, introduced me to Jack Skeen, coauthor with Greg Miller, and Aaron Hill of The Circle Blueprint: Decoding the Conscious and Unconscious Factors That Determine Your Success. If you're looking for some advice or guidance at the start of the new year, I highly recommend you pick up a copy of The Circle Blueprint along with its companion workbooks.

So, what is the Circle Blueprint? It's really more than a book; it's a complete system that includes a free self-assessment and accompanying workbooks, which include exercises to help you make real, lasting, and positive changes in your life.

The goal of the book is to provide a way for people to reach their fullest human potential-both professionally and personally.

Back to my friend Gregg Robins. He's engaged Jack's services as an Executive Coach and Strategic Planner to help navigate personal and professional growth. Given this knowledge and their relationship, I thought Gregg would be able to use his experience to lead a powerful conversation with Jack, and asked him if he would be willing to conduct the interview. He agreed, and I think you'll benefit from the conversation I recorded with Dr. Jack Skeen and Gregg Robins. Enjoy...

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