May 24, 2020
In this episode, I have my first time with a returning guest. Mr. Timothy Lupfer rejoins us to discuss charisma and why it should not be seen as a desired leadership quality. You can find all the particulars on Tim in the notes for his previous episode, here.
03:07 - What is Charisma?
05:13 - Alcibiades
17:35 - Jim Jones
23:42 - Egon Weiss & Adolph Hitler
31:12 - Abraham Lincoln and George Washington
38:32 - Guard against Charisma
48:30 - Closeout Discussion
April 26, 2020
In this podcast, I interview Mr. Bill Coletti of Kith. We had a great conversation about leadership and responding to a crisis as well as the impacts it can have on your reputation. YOu can find out more about Bill and Kith int he following locations:
Web - www.kith.co
Twitter - @bcoletti
Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/billcoletti/
01:53 - Burden of Command
06:36 - What is reputation?
10:16 - Crisis or Critical Moment
18:05 - Formal & Informal Leadership
31:15 - COVID19 & Communication
40:20 - Proactive Vs. Reactive
April 19, 2020
In this episode, I speak with Chief Jason Armstrong of Ferguson, MO. Police Department. Chief Armstrong has a lot of experience to pull from and share with you. Enjoy the episode!
01:38 - Chief Armstrong's take on The Burden of Command
06:15 - How the Ferguson incident impacted his career
22:00 - Mental Health
28:00 - The Real Ferguson
38:00 - COVID19
54:40 - Contacting the Chief - JArmstrong@FergusonCity.com
April 13, 2020
In this episode, I chat with leadership and history expert Timothy Lupfer. As someone who likes to mix those two topics myself, I found this discussion riveting. Since recording, Tim has his site up and running so use that to contact him instead of the email address in the episode.
Website - https://timothytlupfer.com/
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