ICYMI: Replays and Recaps From Leadercast Live 2018
Being a leader worth following begins with leading yourself. At Leadercast Live 2018, nine world-renowned leadership experts empowered thousands of attendees around the globe to take control of their leadership journeys.
Whether you need a refresher from the day or if you missed it entirely, discover the insights and wisdom shared by our Leadercast Live speakers. We’ve compiled one-page, printable recaps of each speaker’s session, as well as shareable quotes. Available through June 27, we’ve also added full-length videos for select speakers and transcripts for all sessions onto Leadercast NOW, our on-demand leadership video library. (Not a member? Access the talks by signing up for an annual membership HERE.) Read on for the insights and join us to learn from more inspiring leaders at Leadercast Women 2018, happening Oct. 12 in Atlanta and at a location near you!
Andy Stanley on Leading Yourself First
Ever insightful, Andy Stanley, leadership communicator and best-selling author, dared us to look in the mirror and start tackling our toughest leadership challenge—ourselves. From leading a business to leading a family, Andy said that direction, not intention, is pivotal to success.
Dr. Jim Loehr on the Gift of Life
An expert in human performance and energy management, Dr. Jim Loehr shared his research and years of knowledge on how we can make the most out of our lives. Jim explained that good moral and ethical character is the bedrock of success.
Carey Lohrenz on Pursuing Your Purpose
As the first female F-14 fighter pilot in the U.S. Navy, Carey Lohrenz knows a thing or two about staying on course. She explained that success comes from keeping sight of your desired goals no matter what.
Kat Cole on Building Self-Awareness
Change is a crucial part of leading yourself. Kat Cole, North America COO and president of FOCUS Brands, shared her tips on making sure you are open to change and can do it effectively. It starts with giving yourself permission to do so and regularly evaluating your performance in all aspects of your life.
Michael Hyatt on Self-Care Is a Discipline
Don’t buy into the hustle fallacy, said leadership coach Michael Hyatt. He shared data that says self-care leads to greater productivity than working countless hours. Michael also explained a few methods to giving yourself more me time.
Jen Bricker on Facing Your Obstacles
Born without legs and now a professional acrobat and aerialist, Jen Bricker’s story is truly inspirational. But she claimed that anyone can be an inspiration to others because we all have a unique story and unique obstacles to which someone else can relate.
Dr. Mae Jemison on Conquering Fears
Dr. Mae Jemison was the first woman of color in outer space. But Mae has a fear of heights. She told the Leadercast Live audience that her goal of being an astronaut was more important than her fears, and we should “dare to do” the things we desire most.
Ian Cron on the Importance of Self-Awareness
To lead yourself, you have to know yourself. Ian Cron is an expert Enneagram teacher and explained each of the nine personality types and how they influence how people interact with the world. He said that self-awareness is a lifelong journey we all must revisit regularly.
Joe Torre on Why You Can't Lead Alone
Joe Torre, the man who managed the New York Yankees to four World Series titles, said that even leading yourself requires teamwork. Anything worth accomplishing in life requires someone else’s help, he said, but it’s still important to be clear, authentic and open with yourself.