Do you want to become a better leader? If so, Sebastien Richard thinks you can take your cue from popular superheroes.
Richard joins Smart Companies Thinking Bigger host Kelly Scanlon to discuss his latest book “Lead Like a Superhero: What Pop Culture Icons Can Teach Us About Impactful Leadership,” which offers a unique perspective on leadership. It takes a look at today’s most popular superheroes, from Batman to Wonder Woman to Captain Aemerica, and analyzes their strengths and weaknesses as leaders.
Richard is the founder of Thriving on Purpose, a faith-based leadership training and coaching company. He is also a John Maxwell team certified speaker, coach and trainer.
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What’s the right way to measure the impact of your social media? ThinkViral founder Anne Cull joins Smart Companies Thinking Bigger host Kelly Scanlon to discuss ROR—return on relationships. According to Cull, social media is about people. In this episode she lays out a system for connecting and engaging with the real people who do business with your company so they can get to know, like and trust you.
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Clive Hook is a training consultant, busines speaker and the author of “Six Questions for Leading Achievers.” joins Smart Companies Thinking Bigger host Kelly Scanlon to discuss his inspiration of the book, what a “leading achiever” is, the difference between leadership and management, and why he asks six questions instead of providing six answers.
After training and consulting in more than 32 countries, Hook is convinced that leadership requires constant learning. In his book and on today’s episode, Hook summarizes the six fundamental questions that leaders should be asking themselves regularly. The book is supported by worksheets as well as ThinkSpots.
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