37 Ultimate Leadership with Chris Cebellero

This week, Chris Cebellero stops by to talk about key elements of leadership success. Chris Cebollero is an Internationally recognized Leadership specialist, coach, motivational lecturer and is the best selling author of Ultimate Leadership – 10 Rules for Success.
Chris has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. He is a Certified Member of the John Maxwell Team, and is an Official Member of the Forbes Coaching Council. Chris has spent 30 years in the Emergency Medical Services career field and continues to be an advocate for delivering the best care possible.

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35 Managing with the Brain in Mind with Chad Harrison – Part 2

Based on a special report titled “Managing with the Brain in Mind” written by David Rock, founding president of the NeuroLeadership Institute.  Chad Harrison takes us through the concept of managing employee engagement using the SCARF method.

What is the SCARF method you ask?  Neuroscientists believe people respond to all things with either a threat or a reward response.  In turn, they also believe you can drive specific behavior if you focus on five key social qualities that will trigger a reward response.  These five qualities are Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness, and Fairness (SCARF).

If you are a leader (or aspiring leader) in your organization, plan to listen to this one more than once.  There was so much richness in this discussion, we had to split it in to 2 parts.

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34 Managing with the Brain in Mind with Chad Harrison – Part 1

Based on a special report titled “Managing with the Brain in Mind” written by David Rock, founding president of the NeuroLeadership Institute.  Chad Harrison takes us through the concept of managing employee engagement using the SCARF method.

What is the SCARF method you ask?  Neuroscientists believe people respond to all things with either a threat or a reward response.  In turn, they also believe you can drive specific behavior if you focus on five key social qualities that will trigger a reward response.  These five qualities are Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness, and Fairness (SCARF).

If you are a leader (or aspiring leader) in your organization, plan to listen to this one more than once.  There was so much richness in this discussion, we had to split it in to 2 parts.

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14 Servant Leadership with Alejandro Tornato

Servant leadership is a very popular topic in management training these days. Robert Greenleaf coined the term 35 years ago, but the concept is still vital and empowering. Granted, “servant” doesn’t sound nearly as powerful as “boss,” but it has the potential to deliver far more of what most of us are really after: influence.  The reason is simple. When you have a servant mentality, it’s not about you.

Removing self-interest and personal glory from your motivation on the job is the single most important thing you can do to inspire trust.

When you focus first on the success of your organization and your team, it comes through clearly. Alejandro Tornato talks with us about what you need to do be a Servant Leader.  It’s simple really:

  • Ask more questions
  • Listen more carefully
  • Actively value others’ needs and contributions

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“There are far too many people in this world who claim the title of leader and do not display the elements of true leadership”

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“A servant leader is someone who is putting all of his or her creativity and capability into helping others grow”

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