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Leading Clarity with Brad Deutser

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

Release Date: 09/04/2019

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In a daily email that I send, I asked everyone to send me their favorite ice cream flavors. And I learned A LOT about ice cream – particularly that there are lots of flavors, people LOVE ice cream and they are very particular about what and why they like it. But I also learned a lot about relationships and leadership from this very simple exercise. From This Episode: If you'd like to receive my daily email and be a part of a fun and interesting community (where sometimes we talk about ice cream!), you can learn more and sign up here.  

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Something I’ve noticed over the years is that the word “fine” has an interesting connotation in our lives. It’s often used as a “conversation stopper” – a way to indicate that it’s good enough. But the question really needs to be: Is fine always a good thing? Is fine good enough? In today’s episode, I am going to give you tips to help you deal with “fine” in your leadership role, your workplace, your relationships and your life. From This Episode: Learn more about and sign up for our weekly e-newsletter, Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential, and...

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If you are looking to recruit the best talent for your organization, you need to address the big issues in your organization. Caroline Stokes is the founder of FORWARD, an executive headhunting and executive coaching company and the author of Elephants Before Unicorns: Emotionally Intelligent HR Strategies to Save Your Company. She realized that just helping companies hire someone to fill a position was not enough. We need to remember the human element and she helps individuals and organizations adapt through emotional intelligence. Caroline suggests hiring should be thought of as a process,...

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We all have habits in our lives. And while many habits are great and have valuable purposes, some habits are…not so great. But first, before we define what is and what isn’t a bad habit in our lives, we need to start at the beginning and define what really is a bad habit? From This Episode: Get a short, inspirational email tip every Tuesday – Friday by signing up here: https://kevineikenberry.com/daily

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In this world of constant change, leaders are challenged with uncertainty. Brad Deutser recognized the struggle of leading through ambiguity and founded Deutser, a consulting firm that helps organizations and their leaders achieve clarity, and the Deutser Clarity Institute, a think tank, idea accelerator, and learning lab. Brad is also the author of Leading Clarity: The Breakthrough Strategy to Unleash People, Profit and Performance. Brad joins Kevin to discuss expectations, for both leaders and their people. When leaders have clarity and can share, they are able to provide a space for their employees to achieve great results. However, Brad cautions us to look for masqueraders of clarity. We believe things, like policies, help make things clear and really leave gaps in expectations.

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