November 13, 2018
In this episode, we are talking with one of our featured speakers for the 2019 Servant Leader Conference. Jeff Foley the Founder, CEO and President of Loral Mountain Systems. Jeff coaches executives who want to grow by making positive, lasting change in behavior for themselves and the people they lead. Jeff is a retired Brigadier General in the US Army and we have the benefit of his 32 years of experience in the armed forces along with his business experience. His enthusiasm for teaching others servant leadership is inspiring and we loved talk with him.
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November 1, 2018
In this episode we talk with our friend Don Janssen, DVM about a recent blog he wrote, Preventing Conflict by Learning to Like People. Don is the retired corporate director of animal health for San Diego Zoo Global. In this blog he outlines three principals for preventing conflict. We liked the blog so much we had to have him on to explain in further detail each one of the principles. Don gives great examples of how he used these principals during his career at the zoo. We hope you enjoy!
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October 12, 2018
In this episode we talk about the importance of Living Your Values as an individual and as a successful, servant led organization. We give examples of the importance of developing a set a values in an organization and why those values should be in alignment with employee values. Values are an essential building block for an organization, and can be used to inspire and motivate individuals. So take your values off the wall and put them into action. We hope you enjoy this episode!
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October 4, 2018
The conversation today will explore some aspects of building trust in the workplace. We'll use an acronym for TRUST to help you understand the building process of trust. We address broken trust and how to repair it, as well as looking at ways you can extend trust to people you may not know.
Overall points include:
- Check yourself first
- The importance of the pause
- If you behave in a way that damages trust, you need to behave your way back. Just talking won’t work
- Using the "Trust" acronym throughout your work day
We hope this podcast episode brings value to you. Enjoy!
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September 21, 2018
Welcome back to the Servant Leadership Institute Podcast. We have a special episode for you today. We went in our archives of past servant leadership conferences and pulled up a favorite presentation of ours. During the 2014 Servant Leadership Conference we had the pleasure of hearing from the late great Sportscaster Dick Enberg and former Professional Basketball Player Bill Walton. These two men exchange stories and words of wisdom relating to their views on leadership! We suggest a pen and pad of paper for this episode. Enjoy!
Registration for our upcoming 2019 Servant Leader Conference is open and a Super Early Bird rate is available till the end of September. The theme this year is Are you Able? it’s a simple question that holds a lot of weight. Visit our website to get all the details about how to register. https://bit.ly/2PL1k8r
August 24, 2018
In today’s podcast we want to give you a practical example of how we might use the servant leadership behaviors in our day to day leadership. Join Robin Swift, President of SLI and Carol Malinski, Director of Content and Curriculum as they discuss the process for having a courageous conversation as a servant leader. They will go through the process step by step and highlight the servant leadership behaviors that are useful as you work through the steps. Enjoy!
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August 13, 2018
In this Episode, Carol Malinski, Director of Content and Curriculum for SLI goes through the 9 behaviors of a servant leader along with Robin Swift, President of SLI. They define and elaborate each behavior with clarifying details outlining ways to integrate these behaviors into your daily life both at work and at home. We hope you enjoy this episode.
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August 2, 2018
Welcome to the Servant Leadership Institute Podcast. In this episode we enjoyed having Don Janssen back in the studio. Don is the retired corporate director of animal health for the world renowned San Diego Zoo and the Safari Park. Don led a team of veterinarians, nutritionists, technicians and hospital keepers seeing to the health of more than 7,000 animals. Don is a passionate servant leader and also the author of a brand new book called Upside Down Leadership. Listen in as Robin Swift, President of SLI and Carol Malinski, Content Director talk with Don about the book, his purpose in writing it and his journey to bring servant leadership into his team at the zoo. Throughout the book, Don tells stories of the zoo while giving us leadership lessons that are sure to inspire. You can purchase Upside Down Leadership at shopzoo.com https://shopsandiegozoo.com/search?type=product&q=Upside+Down+Leadership
So get comfortable and join us to hear Don Janssen and Upside Down Leadership.
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May 25, 2018
We were privileged recently to have Peter Mulinge back in the studio. Peter is a great friend of SLI and is the president of Transitional Leadership Development. He is also a doctoral student in Gonzaga University’s servant leadership program. Peter will tell us about his work in bringing servant leadership to his native country of Kenya and also share what he feels are two key tests of servant leadership, humility and patience. Sit back and absorb his passion!
If you would like to learn more about this subject and how servant leadership can change you at the heart level, we recommend the SLI publication, Our Character At Work by Todd Hunter. Buy it here.
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May 18, 2018
Hello everyone and welcome back to the Servant Leadership Institute Podcast. This week SLI celebrated the launch of a new book called The Art of Servant Leadership II written by our founder and CEO, Art Barter. As part of our launch activities, we presented a webinar featuring Art explaining some of the material presented in his new book. This webinar, hosted by Weaving Influence, is packed with leadership wisdom from a man who has successfully implemented servant leadership and built thriving organizations focused on serving others first. Enjoy!
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