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#242: The Co-Creator Of The Netflix Culture Deck Weighs In On Recruiting And Leadership | Patty McCord

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Sheryl Sandberg has called it, “The most important document ever to come out of Silicon Valley.” Patty McCord co-created that presentation with Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and shaped the unusual no rules culture that enabled Netflix to thrive, during her 14 years as the company’s Chief Talent Officer. Her new book is POWERFUL: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility.

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#241: LEADx Weekly Wrapup And Q&A | Kevin Kruse | Working The Night Shift?

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NY Times best selling author, Kevin Kruse answers listener questions about leadership, productivity, entrepreneurship and more.

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#240: How To Give Constructive Criticism, According To A Four Star General | Ann Dunwoody

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Ann Dunwoody is the first woman in the U.S. Military to have achieved the rank of Four Star General. After 37 years of service, she retired from the army in 2012. In her last assignment, she led and ran the largest global logistics command in the army. She also managed the armies global supply chain in support of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Today, she’s the President of First to Four, a leadership mentoring company and she also serves on the board of directors for L3 Communications, Kforce and Logistics Management Institute. Her book is A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America’s First Female Four-Star General.

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#239: LEADx Weekly Wrapup And Q&A | Kevin Kruse | Do You Need To Have All The Answers As The Boss?

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NY Times best selling author, Kevin Kruse, answers listener questions about leadership, productivity, entrepreneurship and more.

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#238: Create Your Successful Future By Avoiding These Mistakes | Skip Prichard

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Skip Prichard is an accomplished CEO, author and keynote speaker. His views have been featured in the BBC, The New York Times, CNN, NPR, Harvard Business Review, and many other publications. His new book is The Book of Mistakes: 9 Secrets to Creating a Successful Future.

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iTunes Reviews

External mentor

02/15/2018
Kevin and his guest play such a role in my leadership. I listen to the program daily on my commute to work. After the first month I decided I needed to keep a notebook in the passenger seat! Not every day do I take away a lot but every day I take away something that can positively affect my team. Keep up great work it’s not appreciated! Julie VP

by Girlygirljd from United States

Frequent consumer of Leadx

02/11/2018
DAILY(!) I appreciate the guidance and wisdom the Leadx show provides. I started with Kevin’s ‘15 Secrets’ book on time management (and still refer to it), then began subscribing to the podcast, and now am a paid Leadx Academy subscriber. Have recommended all of Kevin’s content to friends and coworkers alike. I just haven’t found value like this anywhere else.

by faustivus from United States

A Great Way to Start Your Day

02/09/2018
I'm so glad I found this podcast. Kevin brings valuable insights to every show and every discussion with the authors he interviews. If you're looking for a great, positive way to start your day and energize your life, subscribe and listen every morning!

by Donkeyhoeti from United States

Information overload!

02/08/2018
Hi Kevin An overload - in a good way. I could go on and on. I’ve listened to a few dozen of your episodes and feel enriched after every one. I can say that I’ve not incorporated as much as I feel I should have by now. I need a show for how to best use your material! Seriously, while the O3 series was directly actionable, I’m now starting to keep a notebook of your other shows, Skip Prichard, Dan Negroni, Hyrum Smith to name a few, where there is SO much good info that I can’t keep up to integrate it into my leadership practice. Advice? Cheers Dean in Auckland

by Badger in Middle Earth from New Zealand

Information overload!

02/08/2018
Hi Kevin An overload - in a good way. I could go on and on. I’ve listened to a few dozen of your episodes and feel enriched after every one. I can say that I’ve not incorporated as much as I feel I should have by now. I need a show for how to best use your material! Seriously, while the O3 series was directly actionable, I’m now starting to keep a notebook of your other shows, Skip Prichard, Dan Negroni, Hyrum Smith to name a few, where there is SO much good info that I can’t keep up to integrate it into my leadership practice. Advice? Cheers Dean in Auckland

by Badger in Middle Earth from New Zealand