In the life of a leader, we need to know when to apply suppression. Listen to find out what the suppression variable is and what you need to stop today.
Are you at a place where your plans did not work out? Did you have faulty data? Hear Dr. Steve Greene address the issues of faulty data in comparison to ice cream and crime rate. Listen to what variables you might be missing.
Leaders tend to ask, "What have you done for me lately?" While forgetting the accomplishments or goals met by the team or employee. Hear now Dr. Steve Greene discuss the importance of building a dialog of excellence with workers while recognizing and rewarding past performance.
Effective leaders know that great finishes come from small beginnings. This includes the first impression or first point of contact someone has with you, your business or ministry. Listen to what Dr. Steve Greene has to teach about the small things that matter in leadership and in business.
Do you know if you are utilizing the best social media platform for your career, business or ministry? Listen as Dr. Steve Greene interview Brian Boyd in the final part of this special series. You will learn how content and audience is different for each social medium.
Learn how to organize and produce a live event to reach large audiences with success. You will be given pointers on how to engage your audiences, even across social media. Join Dr. Steve Greene as he continues his interview with Brian Boyd, founder and CEO of Media Connect Partners, a full-service social media agency.
Know the importance social media plays in business, leadership and ministry. Learn the difference between personal social media brand and the company's social media brand. Join Dr. Steve Greene as he interviews Brian Boyd, founder and CEO of Media Connect Partners, a full-service social media agency.
Do you have heart? As a leader, it is important to have your eyes open to the heart of a person during an interview or a performance review. Listen as Dr. Steve Greene shares how to measure the heart of your team members and to go deep with questions as if performing a cardiac exam.
What will your leadership legacy look like? Listen now as Dr. Steve Greene shares how discussing Mary Parker Follett's theories 100 years later is an example of her legacy and what a leader leaves behind is not in the physical but the spiritual.
Do you ever use the phrase, "I gave and order," toward your team members? Listen as Dr. Steve Greene tells the story of a little boy and his water bucket and how it is an example to the ideals of Mary Parker Follett in relation to the real problems with giving directions or how we say it.
Mary Parker Follett wrote, "There is no wall between my private life and my public life." Listen as Dr. Steve Greene shares Follett’s thoughts on how personal life experiences develop her progressive and effective notions of organizational productivity.
Conflict is good. It is a way to view differences and find a new solution instead of both sides giving up to compromise. Hear Dr. Steve Greene share Mary Parker Follett's writings on conflict resolution. In turn you will not end up with a team of bobble heads nodding yes out of fear.
Do you lead your team using the power with or the power over? Many leaders and managers use coercive leadership skills instead of being a coactive leader using the power with to push their team. Listen as Dr. Steve Greene shares the story of Mary Parker Follett and how her words on management theory a century later ring true today.
Listen as host of the Strang Report, Steve Strang, shares comments on the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage.
Steve Strang is the CEO of Charisma Media and founding editor of Charisma magazine. The Strang Report is part of the Charisma News Podcast Network. Find out more about the Strang Report at www.charismapodcastnetwork.com.
Do you color inside or outside the lines? Do you make decisions on whether you are your right or do you open doors for opportunities? Listen as Dr. Steve Greene shares how leaders can optimize execution with strategies and tactics toward better performance.
Have you ever seen an eagle fly inside a building? Listen as Dr. Steve Greene shares his story of how an eagle banked into a window inside a chapel. He uses this story to teach leaders how to tear down walls and let team members soar as eagles.
Imagine building the world's largest sundae. How would you describe building it? Listen as Dr. Steve Greene teaches the impact of using the theater of the mind to speak in pictures. As a leader learn to share stories that engage the minds of followers.
Learn how to lead creatives. Join Dr. Steve Greene as he interviews Woodley Auguste, vice president of marketing for Charisma House book publisher. You will hear how important it is to develop an atmosphere for creativity in business.
Anyone can see the worst in someone, but it takes a fresh pair of eyes to see the best. Join Dr. Steve Greene as he speaks with Pastor Ron Lewis of King's Park International Church, Durham, North Carolina. Through Pastor Lewis's experiences in ministering to the youth of New York City, you will learn to see others with a fresh pair of eyes.
Sometimes when you look down you lose focus of the content in your surroundings. Listen as Dr. Steve Greene shares a life lesson when too much texting captures being in the moment.
Do you get in trouble if you make a mistake at work? Listen and hear how Dr. Steve Greene encourages his employees to try new things. When they make a mistake, he turns it into a teachable moment. Leaders should develop an encouraging culture for learning.
Writers and filmmakers understand the power of a good edit. Leaders take note. Join Dr. Steve Greene as he tells the story of how he learned to appreciate a good edit and how you can apply this skill to sustaining viability of your organization.
Don't underestimate the need for motivation, understand what can hinder it. Listen now as Dr. Steve Greene explains how satisfiers and dissatisfiers affect motivation
Leaders need victories. Followers expect leaders to win. Listen as Dr. Steve Greene uses the Triple Crown Winner as an example of how leaders are anointed and selected based on their number of wins.