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The Leadership Journey podcast keeps you in-the-loop with all things related to leadership. Listen online, in the car, on the treadmill or wherever you are. The Leadership Journey podcast travels with you while providing the latest insights about what it takes to be a leader and build a team that meets its goals and gets results. From interviews with professional poker players to examining the leadership skills of terrorists, guerillas and gang members to looking at new ways to innovate performance – there’s something for everyone.

Todd Durkin’s Year-End Advice for Executive & Entrepreneur Athletes!

Todd Durkin’s Year-End Advice for Executive & Entrepreneur Athletes!

It’s not enough to bring experience and expertise, more and more I’m seeing that besides having the talent to lead people to performance, my executive clients need to manage their energy within demanding roles. That means eat right, sleep enough, use your vacation time and…

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Addicted to Your Phone? Try Purposeful Unplugging!

Addicted to Your Phone? Try Purposeful Unplugging!

It’s time to say goodbye to the overused maxim “I’ll sleep when I’m dead”. Scientific Research and the most productive people on earth, continually reveal the path to true success, is to take care of your head, body & heart. And, that’s where Caroline Jones…

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Cyber War: Is Your Organization Battle Ready?

Cyber War: Is Your Organization Battle Ready?

In the wake of repeated cyber attacks on Equifax showing how in demand and vulnerable, our data is to the bad guys…cybersecurity has made it to the top of every executive, business owner and Board members list. What can you do to protect yourself and…

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Kids, Cancer & the Ultimate Mentors…

Kids, Cancer & the Ultimate Mentors…

Here’s What Happens After You say “No” to a Navy SEAL. When Adam La Reau first approached hospitals with his big idea -teach children with cancer rock climbing- he was told “You can’t do that…it’s too dangerous”! Fortunately he did it anyway and 3 years…

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Unintended Leadership Drama

Unintended Leadership Drama

Your leadership style can create a high-performance culture or one filled with unintended drama and performance drag, as evidenced by talk show host, Steve Harvey’s, recent scathing and condescending staff memo. Listen in to this solocast, as Kelli dissects where and why, the now infamous…

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Diversity & Leadership: What’s Google Got to Do With It?

Diversity & Leadership: What’s Google Got to Do With It?

A firestorm of controversy has been created by a google engineer’s 3300-word anti-diversity memo that included comments like, “Google’s commitment to hiring more women makes our company less competitive.” Google’s employee population, by the way, is 69% male and this mindset against diversity is likely…

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Championing Innovation Despite Resistance

Championing Innovation Despite Resistance

Under normal circumstances, most people would agree that innovation-based change is a good thing. It keeps organizations competitive and on the leading edge. So, why is innovation met with such resistance — and, more importantly, what can you, as a high-performing leader, do about it?…

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Leadership + Low Emotional Intelligence = Uber Horror Show

Leadership + Low Emotional Intelligence = Uber Horror Show

In this episode of The Leadership Journey podcast, Kelli McCauley takes a hard look at car transportation and food delivery app, Uber, through a leadership lens. She examines how CEO, Travis Kalanick’s, “gangsta culture” at Uber has threatened a genius business. The culture at Uber…

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Behind the Scenes on Hidden Workplace Bias

Behind the Scenes on Hidden Workplace Bias

If you’re not aware and taking action on the non-violent gender and diversity revolution brewing in corporate America these days, you’re about to be blindsided! This is not your 1980’s “women or diversity” program that no one wanted to be a part of (the least…

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The Current State of Privacy: Do We Still Have the Freedom to Be Left Alone?

The Current State of Privacy: Do We Still Have the Freedom to Be Left Alone?

With the ever-expanding data gathering reach of Google and Facebook, combined with the behind-the-scenes “Search Engine Manipulation Effect”, consumers are at risk of regularly and unknowingly being influenced on politics, news/current events, what we like, what we buy – pretty much everything! Must we trade…

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