169: The Power of Compassion and Connection in Healthcare

169: The Power of Compassion and Connection in Healthcare

169: The Power of Compassion and Connection in Healthcare

What does powerful leadership in healthcare look and sound like? My guest Liz Bruno describes the qualities and behaviors that matter most when creating a culture where everyone thrives. You’ll want to catch every minute of this interview because Liz drops wisdom bombs throughout our entire conversation.

Liz is the Vice President and Chief Learning Officer at Baptist Health System in Jacksonville, Florida. She’s an advanced practice psychiatric nurse who’s held leadership positions in learning and development for a number of health systems in the Southeast. Since joining Baptist Health in 2015, Liz and her team have designed and implemented innovative programs in both the clinical and leadership development arenas.

You’ll discover:

  • The distinction Liz makes between empathy and compassion
  • The negative impact that fatigue has on a leader’s behavior
  • Why self-awareness is a critical component of effective leader
  • Why Liz says everyone needs a coach
  • How Baptist Health helps employees connect with each other and with patients

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161: Why EQ Matters More than IQ for Leaders

161: Why EQ Matters More than IQ for Leaders

161: Why EQ Matters More than IQ for Leaders

What does it look like when the CEO of a publicly traded company treats people as the company’s #1 asset? Phil Gallagher does just that. He’s an extraordinary leader whose motto is, “When people feel good, they do good.”

Phil is the CEO of Avnet, a publicly traded company with annual sales north of 20 billion dollars and more than 14,000 employees worldwide and ship to 140 countries. They’re #167 on Fortune 500.

You’ll discover:

  • The value of self-awareness in a leader’s growth
  • How Phil developed his own EQ
  • Why asking for feedback and receiving it well is a critical skill for every leader
  • Some of the little things Phil does to strengthen relationships
  • The difference in leaders who head Avnet’s highest-performing locations vs. the lowest-performing locations

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148: Insights from The Growth Strategist

148: Insights from The Growth Strategist

148: Insights from The Growth Strategist

Are you a person who’s always looking for ways to grow and expand? If so, you’ll love my conversation with Simon Haigh. And get ready to take notes. Simon shares valuable, practical ways for expanding your mindset and behaviors to become a more effective leader. Simon is founder and CEO of GCM Consulting and Simonhaigh.com. He’s known as The Growth Strategist because he helps organizations and leaders grow in 4 areas: business, leadership, brand, and mindset.

Simon started out as a tri-qualified commercial lawyer—in England & Wales, Australia, and Ireland. He’s been an entrepreneur, building and selling out of companies in 3 industries: technology, luxury items and travel. Simon has also been a C-suite executive and has sat on five boards across different industries. He’s currently an associate member of the Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching Organization.

You’ll discover:

  • What Simon learned from Marshall Goldsmith about matching his confidence with his capabilities
  • The benefits of having clarity around your purpose
  • 3 questions you can ask yourself every morning for 6 weeks to gain greater self-awareness
  • Why you can actually achieve more when you slow down
  • The importance of understanding both the light and dark side of yourself

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146: Lessons from a Business That Didn’t Make It

146: Lessons from a Business That Didn’t Make It

146: Lessons from a Business That Didn’t Make It

Have you considered starting a business—or do you run one now? In either case, my conversation with Sylvana Caloni and Paul O’Donnell is a must-listen. They share essential lessons learned from the starting up and closing down of a premium pie business. Their insights can help you avoid pitfalls and increase your chances of long-term success.

Sylvana and Paul co-authored Humble Crumbles: Savouring the Crumbs of Wisdom from the Rise and Fall of Humble Pie to tell the story of Paul’s failed business venture. Paul provides a raw account of his journey as an entrepreneur with his company, Humble Pie, and Sylvana supplements his narrative with observations and suggestions based on her dual lenses as an equity analyst and leadership coach. They embrace the one word we tend to avoid in life and in business: failure.

You’ll discover:

  • Why “failure” is not a negative
  • The importance of self-awareness for entrepreneurs to be successful
  • Why you must consider the downsides when creating a business plan
  • How to make the most of mentors and advisors when starting and running a business
  • The value of making a BIG ask

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145: Why Leaders Need Self-Awareness, Feedback, & High EQ

145: Why Leaders Need Self-Awareness, Feedback, & High EQ

145: Why Leaders Need Self-Awareness, Feedback, & High EQ

What if you could increase your emotional intelligence and expand your self-awareness? That’s the journey my guest Jon Hunter traveled in advancing from salesperson to Chief Revenue Officer. You’ll be drawn in by Jon’s truth-telling around topics like self-awareness, feedback, and creating safety and trust. Get ready to take notes because Jon drops a lot of nuggets you’ll want to remember and apply.

Jon has held positions like Chief Revenue Officer and Senior VP of Sales in various enterprise software companies over the past 25 years. Now he’s passionate about developing the next generation of leaders, and he started The Hunter X Podcast to share insights gained from his experiences. Jon’s podcast is packed with nuggets you can use every day, in just 8-12 minutes per episode. I highly recommend you subscribe and read all his posts on LinkedIn.

You’ll discover:

  • Why leaders must create safety and trust early on when working with a new team
  • The #1 stumbling block for leaders who want to advance to the next level
  • How Jon developed his emotional intelligence to become a highly effective leader
  • The most important trait John looks and listens for when interviewing job candidates
  • The value of getting feedback throughout your career

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Jon’s Website

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