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Welcome to Lost and Searching (previously The Mindful Leader) where host Seven Jacobs speaks to other leaders about their experience with mental health, overcoming it, and why they felt making that change was important to them. Currently going into Season 2, our theme is Stress and Breakdowns. We'll be speaking to incredible individuals who share their personal stories, struggles, and lessons for young leaders.
 
Patentable Leadership Podcast provides leadership insights and innovation tools for executives and mid-career professionals in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics), biotech and biopharma industries. Listeners will get equipped on how to retool their leadership and effect continuous reinvention in order to achieve continuous growth and create more impact in business and life. The podcast holds conversations about leadership and innovation featuring interviews with business ...
 
With a focus on leadership, personal growth, developing others and management this podcast is devoted to helping you be your very best by keeping up with current trends in self-development, leadership, and business. The Blanchard LeaderChat Podcast provides the perfect way for you to stay up-to-date on the latest ideas, insights, and innovations that impact you and your growth. Each episode features an expert sharing their ideas about helping people become the best leaders they can be. So, s ...
 
Welcome to the Authentic SelfLeadership Journey podcast, where we look into transforming ourselves into the best version of ourselves, how we can find and follow our purpose and still be successful and how we can express ourselves authentically. What are a parts that stand between us still not stepping into the power we truly have? What relationship issues, shadows or emotional blockages keep us from fully showing up or from living the life that is truly of service for the next gernations to ...
 
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Want to win £50 (about 70 USD)? Right now, we're running a survey that will help shape the future of the show, and filling it out gets you in with a chance to win! Click here to fill out our 5-minute survey. This Episode In today's episode, we listen to Adam Parr, where he shares with us a story of personal transformation that required losing a lot…
 
Want to win £50 (about 70 USD)? Right now, we're running a survey that will help shape the future of the show, and filling it out gets you in with a chance to win! Click here to fill out our 5-minute survey. This Episode In the very first episode of our new season, we listen to author and therapist Angela Alston tell us an incredible story of trans…
 
In this episode hear renowned business culture expert Stan Slap explain the difference between understanding your employees and understanding your employee culture. The distinction isn’t semantics; it’s the key to whether your strategies will succeed or fail. He shares tips for getting maximum business performance from his book, Under the Hood: Fir…
 
In this episode, hear Carey Lohrenz explain how we can all learn to overcome the stressful circumstances in our lives instead of being overwhelmed by them. She shares the fundamentals of surviving and succeeding during times of crisis as outlined in her new book, Span of Control: What to Do When You’re Under Pressure, Overwhelmed, and Ready to Get …
 
Hey everyone, Seven here. The podcast is having some changes! Most notably, we'll be moving into a more conversational and story-driven format, with a focus on passing on real mental health experiences to young leaders. So today, I round out some of our learnings from Season 1 and set the scene for our next season: "Dealing with Stress and Breakdow…
 
Trigger warning for suicide and related conversations. If you feel you need extra support after listening to today's episode, please reach out to services near you. You can contact Samaritans on their website. Follow Us On Instagram: @themindfulleaderpodcast Review Us On Apple Podcasts: TML on Apple In today's episode, we listen to Andrea Newton AB…
 
In this episode, hear performance coach Victoria Labalme share strategies for moving forward in times when your goals aren’t precisely clear. Some people know exactly what they want and go for it, but others aren’t quite sure. Labalme talks about the tips and techniques from her new book, Risk Forward: Embrace the Unknown and Unlock Your Hidden Gen…
 
Follow Us On Instagram: @themindfulleaderpodcast Review Us On Apple Podcasts: TML on Apple In today's conversation, we listen to Dr Sarah Taylor. We discuss our different self-sabotaging voices, and Sarah's concept of Mental Fitness, all so we can learn how to overcome some of these destructive yet common issues that leaders face. In this lively ep…
 
Follow Us On Instagram: @themindfulleaderpodcast Review Us On Apple Podcasts: TML on Apple In today’s conversation, we listen to Shabnam Rajah. Shabnam is a clinical hypnotherapist and mental performance consultant who specialises in helping entrepreneurs and leaders in business remove subconscious self-sabotaging beliefs and behaviours so they mak…
 
In today’s episode, we listen to Michael Freeman, MD. Dr. Freeman is a psychiatrist, a fourth-generation serial entrepreneur, an executive coach, an entrepreneurship researcher and a behavioural health systems architect. Dr. Freeman studies issues related to entrepreneur mental health in collaboration with colleagues from U.C. Berkeley, the Gallup …
 
In today’s conversation, we listen to Remy Blumenfeld. Remy Blumenfeld is one of the world's leading business coaches and advisors. He has contributed more than 50 articles to Forbes and has been listed by the Independent Newspaper as one of the 20 most influential LGBTQ people in the United Kingdom. He has been featured in the New York Times, the …
 
In today’s conversation, we listen to Jeremiah Emmanuel, a young author, activist, and entrepreneur, who took part in his first campaign when he was only 4 and his first organisation when he was only 13. Now working in a variety of fields and sharing his story of growing up in difficult situations and the lessons that it taught him. Today, we’re di…
 
In this episode, hear peak performance expert Steven Kotler explain why we are all capable of achieving the extraordinary. Talking about his latest book, The Art of Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer, Kotler explains how the four skills of motivation, learning, creativity, and flow impact our ability to achieve and exceed expectations. He descri…
 
Caleb Woods, from RoleModel Software joins Dr. Tolu Adeleye to discuss unique angles of what it takes to shift from being a technical role in a software company to a key leadership role that involves amongst other things, growing a team of software engineers. Listen in to hear about Caleb’s take on how developing software cannot be done in a vacuum…
 
In today’s conversation, we listen to Kelly Okogwu. She delivers mental health workshops and advocates for it strongly, and today she shares her experiences launching very early into the music industry at the beginning of her career. We discuss the “hustle mindset” and the effect that has on leaders, especially young leaders. We also talk today abo…
 
In our first discussion, we talk about dreams, our childhood leading up to them, and the kind of life we build for ourselves. Our conversation takes us through Daryl's life growing up and the lessons he's learned about leadership through helping other people become leaders over their own lives. Daryl started his journey as a young entrepreneur who …
 
In this first episode, I'll give you a little intro to myself, the difficulties I experiences that pushed me towards leadership and taught me about it, and what I can learn as a result of it that I can share with you and how that pushed me to start this show. This show isn't just for classic leaders, such as entrepreneurs like me, other business le…
 
In this episode hear business strategy expert Berta Aldrich describe how the global marketplace has changed and explain why companies are struggling to hire and retain high-performing talent. She shares tips from her latest book, Winning the Talent Shift to show you how to overcome the three main barriers to unlocking the potential in today’s workp…
 
Join us to hear learning strategy and design expert Julie Dirksen explain how to create a learning experience that’s effective instead of one that gets forgotten as soon as the learner completes the session. The first important steps in Dirksen’s process are to understand who your learners are, then define the behavior you want them to learn. This …
 
Marcus Buckingham believes there are some basic assumptions about work that are just no longer true in the business environment today. In this episode, he shares his insights on eight of the nine lies featured in his latest book, Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World, including ideas such as: People care which compan…
 
In this exciting episode, you’ll hear how aviation pioneer Carey D. Lohrenz learned what Fearless Leadership means in two of the most demanding and extreme environments imaginable: the cockpit of an F-14 and the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Through her experiences, Lohrenz identified a fundamental truth: high performing teams require fearles…
 
In this episode, hear virtual training pioneer Cindy Huggett share information from her book Virtual Training Tools and Templates: An Action Guide to Live Online Learning. She offers tips to ensure your virtual training is successful by meeting the specific needs of your organization. The first step is to define what virtual training means for your…
 
Jo Bhakdi of Quantgene joins Dr. Tolu Adeleye to discuss the importance of cross -disciplinary approaches to innovating the healthcare industry in this episode. Jo whose company’s mission is to extend the healthy human lifespan by 10 years within the next 10 years is redefining early disease detection through the combination of modern medical exper…
 
Ron Carucci joins Dr. Tolu Adeleye to explore topics of leadership excellence, change management, characteristics that set successful leaders apart and more. Listen in to tap into Ron's expert advice guided by his outstanding experience in the STEM and biopharma industries as well as his research-guided practical insights into what it takes to rise…
 
In this exciting episode, Alexa Shoen shares secrets for finding your first job—or your dream job—from her new book, #EntryLevelBoss. She calls her approach a “fitness plan” for looking for work, with the goal of helping people go through the job search process as efficiently as possible. Shoen believes there are 14 incorrect beliefs that stymie ou…
 
50% of Americans don’t take the vacation days they earn. 31 million earned vacation days are left unused by Canadians every year. What do we have against rest?Rest is crucial for regulating our nervous systems for optimism and joy, for memory formation, and for physical health.This episode is a call to nap, dawdle, vacate, and play for your health …
 
In this week’s podcast, you’ll hear Brendon Burchard explain why and how some people perform at a higher level than others. He identifies six habits successful people practice to sustain long-term achievement in their personal and professional lives. Seek clarity. Successful people continually seek clarity. They are curious and ask questions. They …
 
We all have subpersonalities, parts of our personality that function independently. If you have ever had the experience where you felt like one part of you wanted to do something and another part of you wanted to do something entirely different, you have experienced these subpersonalities. Each subpersonality is created by a pattern of neurons that…
 
Neuropsychologist & Executive Coach Dr.Aimee Sanchez shares insights on what is required to move from ‘success’ to ‘great success’ in your career and business. Listen in to learn about mindset shifts and leadership attributes that you need in order to achieve breakthroughs to next level achievements that translates to more impact in your ventures. …
 
Podcast Host Dr. Tolu Adeleye elaborates on the steps you need to reinvent your executive leadership brand so as to thrive in the new normal. She explains how you can draw out elements of your brand such as strengths, passion and core values using insights that can be derived from key events in your past professional and personal accomplishments. I…
 
When our threat response system is engaged, we can’t think straight. We act reactively and without thought. If our threat response system is badly calibrated, we behave badly. Many of our reactive behaviors have negative unintended consequences.In order to have more control over the impact we have in the world, we need to learn how to respond more …
 
📲Tune in to this awesome short episode from Aja Humm and download a powerful free 10 min meditation to "Call back your energy" after a day at work or after a busy week. 👉🏽👉🏽If you like to go right to the visualization, head to 4.25 min Regain your energy from endless Teams/Zoom calls or other matters and as a shift from your work-day🤹🏽‍♀️ to your p…
 
If we don’t feel like we belong, we struggle.It doesn’t matter whether we cognitively understand that we are a necessary part of all that is or how we fit in the systems that rely on us. If we don’t feel it, it isn’t real to us in a crucial way.This is even more true for those of us who are isolated from others for some reason. In this episode, Kat…
 
Honestly...This simple yet powerful visualization has transformed my grounding throughout the day. No kidding. 💎 As you go along with the images, see what intuitively comes up for you. For me, I could not find the center of the earth (you need to do it once to follow me here..), so I really had huge insights and transformation to myself when I disc…
 
Have you ever been so committed to something that no set-back was enough to stop you from trying? Heard stories of heroic rescues of children by their parents in the face of enormous dangers? Commitment is a powerful motivator. A strong enough commitment to something becomes the source of our boundaries, motivation, and creative problem solving. Ho…
 
Listen in to Dr Tolu Adeleye's engaging conversation with Izabela Lundberg- Founder of Legacy Leaders Institute to discover how your past experiences in seemingly unconnected backgrounds can serve as a fulcrum to launching the great ventures in your current circumstances. Izabela who has lived in diverse cultures and speaks six languages demonstrat…
 
When we are infants, our behaviours are instinctive reactions to emotions. We do not have any information about how the world works so there is no point in slowing down to think about what is going on. As we mature, we learn how to relate to our emotions in a more conscious and self-directed way. In this episode, Kate discusses how to become self-d…
 
In this episode, hear Keith Ferrazzi explain the new rules for work presented in his latest book, Leading Without Authority. The days of authoritative command and control are gone. “Work doesn’t happen in organization charts anymore. Leaders need to learn the power of co-elevation to bring collaboration to a higher level of effectiveness,” says Fer…
 
In this episode, Dr. Tolu Adeleye interviews Lifestyle Liberator Uwe Dockhorn who works with high achievers to get back their family mojo and live in abundance in all areas of their lives. As you seek to maximize your leadership as a STEM and biopharma professional, you may find that some important areas of your life are not getting the attention t…
 
In every moment, there are good and bad things happening in the world. People naturally notice bad things more than good things. This can easily lead to a pessimistic outlook. Actively paying attention to the good things acts as a counterbalance. In this episode, Kate looks at why it is important to practice noticing the good stuff and offers some …
 
In this new format of Patentable Leadership Podcast, Host Dr Tolu Adeleye relaunches the podcast to a new audience of professionals and executives in the STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Maths), biotech and pharma industries. Listen to catch up on Tolu on events that has happened in her space since the last episode aired. Check out what to expect …
 
Different neurotransmitters mediate different emotional and behavioral subsystems. And different interventions affect different neurotransmitters. So when you are planning an intervention or a habit change, knowing which system is involved can help you decide what will have the greatest positive impact in your life. In this episode, Kate shares som…
 
Most of us have heard by now that mindfulness creates calm and allows us to stay non-reactive, but few of us have time to sit and meditate. In fact, the people who benefit from mindfulness the most typically have the hardest time sitting still. Kate’s personal experience with 30 years of mindfulness in action practice helped her manage attention an…
 
Sympathetic joy is the joy we feel when other’s experience joy. We delight that they are delighted. We celebrate on their behalf. When we are in the habit of celebrating other people’s successes and good fortune on their behalf, we increase our own experience of joy and reduce jealousy. But more than that, celebrating another’s joy when you don’t u…
 
In this episode, hear leadership expert Dave McKeown challenge leaders to break the cycle of mediocrity and take responsibility for their own development. In his latest book, The Self-Evolved Leader, McKeown acknowledges that it is easy for leaders to get stuck in the busyness of the day-to-day and allow themselves to be disrupted at any time. Lead…
 
Compassion for self and others is a key component of relationships that last. Although it is often said that one cannot love another without first loving oneself, it is often through loving another that one learns how to love at all. In this episode, Kate shares some tools for increasing compassion within yourself and other tools for increasing com…
 
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