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The Authentic Leader Show

Christopher R Jones

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The Authentic Leader Show

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Christopher R Jones

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I have found that when you are true to yourself and the people you lead, you are authentic in the way that you lead and as a result, create followers who want to follow you. Throughout my decades-long career, I have experienced good leaders who people want to follow because of the person they are and how they lead. Of course, I have also experienced bad leaders who lead through their authoritative title, intimation, and demands. I bet you have also experienced good and bad leaders.I have also been a good and a bad leader and have had to learn through trial and error, research, training, reading and other resources, what it takes to lead effectively. . . what it takes to lead authentically. Leading authentically is leading in a way that is true to yourself and the people you lead so that people want to authentically follow you. This show will provide content that will help you to learn leadership and management principles, high-performance tools, and, productivity tips.

Latest Episodes

071: Your Networking Strategy and Mindset; Steve Farbstein an Authentic Interview

* How going on 95 blind dates has helped Steve in his networking for business strategy and how this strategy and mindset can help you too. * How he re-branded himself after 30 years in one industry to now a career in a different industry. * Steve's got some sound advice for non-profits to remain relevant when some non-profits are struggling in new ways. * His part in helping his son (who is now a speaker on national stages) with overcoming severe bullying.

44 MIN3 d ago
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071: Your Networking Strategy and Mindset; Steve Farbstein an Authentic Interview

070: The Mindshift to Growth; Natalie McNamara an Authentic Interview

* We talk about Natalie's early start as a solopreneur and then her mind-shift moment that it took for her to establish a very strategic team. * Natalie shares the intentional culture she has purposefully created and how part of that culture helped to create flexibility during the work-from-home period of the pandemic. * She explains why starting with the first step is what allowed her to create her business and because she had no choice but to make it work, it helped to cause her success.

47 MIN1 w ago
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070: The Mindshift to Growth; Natalie McNamara an Authentic Interview

069: Could You Survive Shark Tank?; Pierce Marrs an Authentic Interview

* We talk about his podcast "Shark Tank Fan Podcast" and how that lead to his book "Could You Survive Shark Tank?". * Why Barbara Corcoran (one of the sharks) frames some of her business investments upside down. * The number one requirement all businesses must have in order to get a deal on Shark Tank. * What to be aware of when forming a partnership (which is what all Shark Tank deals are). * What Pierce has learned as a result of writing this book and what he does now with his clients.

64 MIN2 w ago
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069: Could You Survive Shark Tank?; Pierce Marrs an Authentic Interview

068: Treating Your Business Like Another Person; Randy Sklar an Authentic Interview

* I ask Randy, why he felt the need to include the word "partners" in his company name Sklar Technology Partners which is when he told his dad (the founder) he was changing the company name. * How Randy has led his business through 3 recessions * How and why the business does not trade time for dollars. * Why Randy doesn't talk with his prospects or clients about technology, and what he talks to them about instead. * Randy also talks about how and why he treats the business like it's another person.

49 MINJUL 15
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068: Treating Your Business Like Another Person; Randy Sklar an Authentic Interview

067: Building Resiliency From Stress; John Coyle an Authentic Interview

* John explains the bad stress many of us are under is 'chronic stress' which is different than 'episodic stress' which is good for us. * How petting puppies is one of the top 3 ways a study has proven that adults can recover from stress. * A key way (and a fun way) you can reframe your relationship with stress. * John shares a property that all organic things have which is a property that can help all organic things to grow. * The four steps to increase performance under stress.

47 MINJUL 8
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067: Building Resiliency From Stress; John Coyle an Authentic Interview

066: Authentically Build Resilience For You and Your Team; Jennifer Eggers an Authentic Interview

* Jennifer draws a simple diagram that helps illustrate how she defines authenticity. * She shares what she means by "Kitchen English". * Jennifer shares what she calls 3 characteristics of resiliency and her framework to become more resilient. * While it is hard to find one in the wild, she also describes what a perfectly resilient team looks like. * Jennifer even turns the tables and asks me a question when we discuss leadership vs. authority.

42 MINJUL 1
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066: Authentically Build Resilience For You and Your Team; Jennifer Eggers an Authentic Interview

065: Create Confidence by Triaging Whatever Comes in Next; Dr. Darria Long an Authentic Interview

* Dr. Darria explains her goal to eradicate the phrase "crazy busy". * She's got a great way of explaining how even in the midst of chaos how anyone can be ready for "whatever comes in". * We also talk about triaging priorities into three colors, how we sometimes prioritize everything to one color, and then I ask her about the fourth color (which is dark but an important reality). * She additionally provides real tips for handling COVID-19 risks with her 4-D framework, as we go out in public.

35 MINJUN 24
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065: Create Confidence by Triaging Whatever Comes in Next; Dr. Darria Long an Authentic Interview

064: Confidently Shifting Your Approach in Changing Times; Greg Huber an Authentic Interview

* Greg explains what experiential learning is. * He's got a great story about a breakthrough moment of a participant in one of Greg's programs who had negative expectations. * How Greg and his team strategically determined how needed to pivot to virtual team building while maintaining their reputation for the high caliber programs that they have built over decades.

47 MINJUN 17
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064: Confidently Shifting Your Approach in Changing Times; Greg Huber an Authentic Interview

063: Planning vs. Action; Authentic Success

It's not an interview. It's just me talking about: When Your Planning Gets In The Way Of Taking Action And Producing Results. Today's episode comes from questions I've recently received from the people who are taking my Authentic Success Online Video Course.

10 MINJUN 10
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063: Planning vs. Action; Authentic Success

062: Finally Gaining Control of Your Mindset with Alex Peavey, Authentic Interview

* Alex shares how easy it is to get ahead of ourselves with what we can’t control and getting clear with what we can control. * Alex explains how our thoughts are tied to emotions and what every emotion is also tied to. * Alex explains not only why that happens but also how to overcome blanking out. * Alex provides a very practical and simple-to-do, 4-step meditation (even for non-mediators) when feeling stressed out. * He even has a simple answer when you think that you don’t have time for meditatio

64 MINJUN 3
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062: Finally Gaining Control of Your Mindset with Alex Peavey, Authentic Interview

Latest Episodes

071: Your Networking Strategy and Mindset; Steve Farbstein an Authentic Interview

* How going on 95 blind dates has helped Steve in his networking for business strategy and how this strategy and mindset can help you too. * How he re-branded himself after 30 years in one industry to now a career in a different industry. * Steve's got some sound advice for non-profits to remain relevant when some non-profits are struggling in new ways. * His part in helping his son (who is now a speaker on national stages) with overcoming severe bullying.

44 MIN3 d ago
Comments
071: Your Networking Strategy and Mindset; Steve Farbstein an Authentic Interview

070: The Mindshift to Growth; Natalie McNamara an Authentic Interview

* We talk about Natalie's early start as a solopreneur and then her mind-shift moment that it took for her to establish a very strategic team. * Natalie shares the intentional culture she has purposefully created and how part of that culture helped to create flexibility during the work-from-home period of the pandemic. * She explains why starting with the first step is what allowed her to create her business and because she had no choice but to make it work, it helped to cause her success.

47 MIN1 w ago
Comments
070: The Mindshift to Growth; Natalie McNamara an Authentic Interview

069: Could You Survive Shark Tank?; Pierce Marrs an Authentic Interview

* We talk about his podcast "Shark Tank Fan Podcast" and how that lead to his book "Could You Survive Shark Tank?". * Why Barbara Corcoran (one of the sharks) frames some of her business investments upside down. * The number one requirement all businesses must have in order to get a deal on Shark Tank. * What to be aware of when forming a partnership (which is what all Shark Tank deals are). * What Pierce has learned as a result of writing this book and what he does now with his clients.

64 MIN2 w ago
Comments
069: Could You Survive Shark Tank?; Pierce Marrs an Authentic Interview

068: Treating Your Business Like Another Person; Randy Sklar an Authentic Interview

* I ask Randy, why he felt the need to include the word "partners" in his company name Sklar Technology Partners which is when he told his dad (the founder) he was changing the company name. * How Randy has led his business through 3 recessions * How and why the business does not trade time for dollars. * Why Randy doesn't talk with his prospects or clients about technology, and what he talks to them about instead. * Randy also talks about how and why he treats the business like it's another person.

49 MINJUL 15
Comments
068: Treating Your Business Like Another Person; Randy Sklar an Authentic Interview

067: Building Resiliency From Stress; John Coyle an Authentic Interview

* John explains the bad stress many of us are under is 'chronic stress' which is different than 'episodic stress' which is good for us. * How petting puppies is one of the top 3 ways a study has proven that adults can recover from stress. * A key way (and a fun way) you can reframe your relationship with stress. * John shares a property that all organic things have which is a property that can help all organic things to grow. * The four steps to increase performance under stress.

47 MINJUL 8
Comments
067: Building Resiliency From Stress; John Coyle an Authentic Interview

066: Authentically Build Resilience For You and Your Team; Jennifer Eggers an Authentic Interview

* Jennifer draws a simple diagram that helps illustrate how she defines authenticity. * She shares what she means by "Kitchen English". * Jennifer shares what she calls 3 characteristics of resiliency and her framework to become more resilient. * While it is hard to find one in the wild, she also describes what a perfectly resilient team looks like. * Jennifer even turns the tables and asks me a question when we discuss leadership vs. authority.

42 MINJUL 1
Comments
066: Authentically Build Resilience For You and Your Team; Jennifer Eggers an Authentic Interview

065: Create Confidence by Triaging Whatever Comes in Next; Dr. Darria Long an Authentic Interview

* Dr. Darria explains her goal to eradicate the phrase "crazy busy". * She's got a great way of explaining how even in the midst of chaos how anyone can be ready for "whatever comes in". * We also talk about triaging priorities into three colors, how we sometimes prioritize everything to one color, and then I ask her about the fourth color (which is dark but an important reality). * She additionally provides real tips for handling COVID-19 risks with her 4-D framework, as we go out in public.

35 MINJUN 24
Comments
065: Create Confidence by Triaging Whatever Comes in Next; Dr. Darria Long an Authentic Interview

064: Confidently Shifting Your Approach in Changing Times; Greg Huber an Authentic Interview

* Greg explains what experiential learning is. * He's got a great story about a breakthrough moment of a participant in one of Greg's programs who had negative expectations. * How Greg and his team strategically determined how needed to pivot to virtual team building while maintaining their reputation for the high caliber programs that they have built over decades.

47 MINJUN 17
Comments
064: Confidently Shifting Your Approach in Changing Times; Greg Huber an Authentic Interview

063: Planning vs. Action; Authentic Success

It's not an interview. It's just me talking about: When Your Planning Gets In The Way Of Taking Action And Producing Results. Today's episode comes from questions I've recently received from the people who are taking my Authentic Success Online Video Course.

10 MINJUN 10
Comments
063: Planning vs. Action; Authentic Success

062: Finally Gaining Control of Your Mindset with Alex Peavey, Authentic Interview

* Alex shares how easy it is to get ahead of ourselves with what we can’t control and getting clear with what we can control. * Alex explains how our thoughts are tied to emotions and what every emotion is also tied to. * Alex explains not only why that happens but also how to overcome blanking out. * Alex provides a very practical and simple-to-do, 4-step meditation (even for non-mediators) when feeling stressed out. * He even has a simple answer when you think that you don’t have time for meditatio

64 MINJUN 3
Comments
062: Finally Gaining Control of Your Mindset with Alex Peavey, Authentic Interview
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