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#120: The War For Talent: Why Your Approach To Hiring Might Be All Wrong | Dave Ulrich

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Dr. Dave Ulrich is considered by many to be “the father of modern human resources.” He is the Rensis Likert Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, and a partner at the RBL Group, which is a consulting firm focused on helping organizations and leaders deliver value. He is the recipient of many awards, including a Lifetime Achievement award from ASTD, which is now known as ATD, and has been repeatedly named to the Thinkers 50 list of thought leaders. His new book is ‘Victory Through Organization: Why the War for Talent is Failing Your Company and What You Can Do About It.’

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#119: Build Rapport And Trust Like An FBI Agent | Robin Dreeke

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In this episode, Kevin discusses five rules we can use to quickly build trust with guest, Robin Dreeke. He is a graduate of the US Naval Academy, a former US Marine Corps office, and a 20 year veteran of the FBI. He advanced in the Bureau to lead the Counterintelligence Division’s Behavioral Analysis Program. His new book is ‘The Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert’s Five Rules to Lead and Succeed.’

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#118: The Special Forces Approach To Leadership | Jan Rutherford

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In this episode, Kevin discusses self-reliant leadership with guest, Jan Rutherford. Jan has over 25 years of business experience and has held executive roles in business development, marketing, sales, training, product management, and as a CEO. Jan entered the U.S. Army at age 17 (weighing 114 pounds), where he spent six years in Special Forces as a medic and “A” team executive officer, and three years as a military intelligence officer. In 2011, Jan founded Self-Reliant Leadership, LLC –a leadership development firm focused on helping leaders and teams develop self-reliance to create powerful results through executive workshops, custom programs, coaching, and wilderness expeditions. As a professional speaker, Jan presents the self-reliant leadership principles contained in his book ‘The Littlest Green Beret: On Self-Reliant Leadership.’ Half the proceeds of Jan’s book are distributed to the Green Beret and Special Operations Warrior Foundations.

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#117: Innovation Will Keep You On Top And Ahead Of The Curve | Greg Satell

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In this episode, Kevin discusses how to navigate the disruptive age we are all in with guest, Greg Satell. Greg is a popular writer, speaker and innovation advisor, whose work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fast Company, Inc. and other A-list publications. His new book is ‘Mapping Innovation: A Playbook For Navigating A Disruptive Age.’

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#116: Survey Says: Employee Engagement Means Greater Profits | Michael Tippets

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In this episode, Kevin discusses do-it-yourself branding and employee engagement with guest, Mike Tippets. Mike is a business leader who lives and breathes many of the topics addressed on the LEADx Show. He has been a leader in the technology space his entire career, starting as a Quality Assurance team leader at WordPerfect to his current role as the Vice President of Digital Media at Hughes, an Echostar Company.

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iTunes Reviews

EXCELLENT!!!! Take a few minutes and improve yourself!

03/06/2017
I AM HOOKED!!!! Kevin's LEADx Leadership Show is an excellent additional DAILY source of fun, educational, enriching information. I thoroughly enjoyed the Dan Pink interview. It has reaffirmed my commitment to improve myself 1% EVERY day...I look forward to making this podcast my daily inspirational channel. JOIN ME....

by RockItMeytal!!! from United States

Dan Pink on Persuasion

03/06/2017
What a fast-moving, engaging interview with Dan Pink. The podcast was filled with insight on how to optimally function in today's world from two dedicated observers and analysts of human interactions.

by R. Moyer from United States

Registered Nurse

03/06/2017
Very informative in a short amount of time. Got a couple tips as well. Will definitely check in daily and listen

by Nancy 3rd nickname from United States

1% Daily Improvement

03/06/2017
Really like the premise of the show: small daily improvement yields massive gains. The first interview was very well done and if his first guest was indicative of the caliber of future guests to come, this show will be a must listen for aspiring entrepreneurs/executives alike.

by Vogellm2 from United States

Another promising content source coming from Kevin Kruse

03/06/2017
Having followed Kevin Kruse since last year I was excited to hear about this new podcast. And the first episode after the 000 (introduction) comes with an interview with Dan Pink, that for me it was really interesting specially when he addressed the part of life-balance and how his journey working from home have been for the past 20 years. As an entrepreneur and father, I usually absorb these productivity and hacking advises not only for work, but for parenting also and specially when we consider both together: an entrepreneur father.

by Mario Ishikawa from United States