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You are an expert at your business strategy, but now it's time to build your People Strategy. Build your toolkit for high-performing teams, increase profits, and impact communities. Become the leader our world needs! Our Channels Athletics: coaches and athletic department leaders need a competitive edge, and we're talking with the leading experts in sports. Healthcare: doctors and nurses are giving to care for us, and we're focused on investing in their health. Allyship: building bridges is ...
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Welcome to Create New Futures. Every episode, best-selling author and host Aviv Shahar will explore ideas and insights that can awaken and inspire you to the opportunities you have to create new futures for you, your family, your teams, and for your business. Life is too short to not be engaged in fascinating conversations that open, inspire and unleash new ways of thinking and seeing possibilities and beauty. Through Create New Futures, Aviv will engage in conversation with leaders and expe ...
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to lead others to the top of the world's highest peaks? Dr. Jennie Draper, an OBGYN and adventurer, has summited Mount Everest base camp, climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and embarked on adventure around the globe. She shares invaluable leadership lessons learned from her Sherpa guides in Nepal, and how facing the challe…
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Name something 70% of us have in common. There aren’t many things, but our common dislike of doing laundry is one of them. Founder Dan Feliciano and his team put together a gameplan, finding a mutual win-win between busy families looking to take back time, workers in the gig economy who don’t mind doing laundry and have extra capacity in their wash…
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Karen Brown keeps reinventing herself by using a "spark of inspiration". Do you know anyone else who has competed in the Ironman, taken on 60’s and 70’s rock on the electric guitar, and transferred that success to their work? Karen employs scientifically-based methods to help leaders identify and address their blind spots by understanding how our b…
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Two fathers reflect on their experiences navigating cultural identity and relationships in middle school. Jim and Aaron discuss the challenges of feeling excluded due to cultural differences and share strategies for building understanding across diverse communities. Listeners will learn practical tips for cultivating curiosity, asking thoughtful qu…
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What if you could increase revenue and productivity with positivity? Positive culture architect Dr. Joey Faucette joins us to dive into the 5 core practices of positive culture. You’ll walk out of today’s episode ready to bring positive culture to life in your workplace. Dr. Joey mentions the global rise of sadness, which Jeremie Kubicek highlighte…
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It’s easy for expectations to get lost. Expectations are important. We all have them, we all need them. We can take our expectations to a new level on our way to building high-performing teams. And we can become leaders people want to follow when we deliver Clear Expectations. On this episode, Aaron unpacks our new Clear Expectations tool. Reflecti…
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After we finished recording, I told Sarah she is one of the most humble yet smartest people I know. Dr. Sarah-Soonling Blackburn has a PhD and decades of experience teaching and coaching teachers. Now, she brings this conversation about her background, her unique life story and experience with a mom who is Asian, a dad who is white American, and th…
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This episode feels like 3 friends sitting down, taking a trip down memory lane. While we talk about our own sports careers, Doug also lays out what the current sports tourism industry means for building a new generation of young athletes. Doug's career journey highlights the importance of feedback, the vital role of effective communication, and the…
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Jim H. Lee and Aaron Lee talk about the cultural challenges that Asian employees face when working in Western workplaces. Drawing from personal experiences, they highlight how crucial it is for managers to understand and appreciate cultural differences. They suggest how managers can empower Asian employees to think critically and contribute their o…
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Former college athlete and strength coach David Kitchen, aka "Kitch," discusses his transition from being a college strength and conditioning coach to focusing on his leadership consulting business. Kitch shares his personal journey, his challenges, and the decision to step away from coaching. Kitch emphasizes the importance of building relationshi…
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Best-selling author Jeremie Kubicek joins us to discuss his upcoming book "The Communication Code." Jeremie explains the importance of effective communication in relationships, introducing the concept of a communication code consisting of five words that represent different communication needs. We need to understand and meet expectations in relatio…
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Co-host Jim H. Lee joined Aaron to discuss their experiences growing up in the United States and the cultural differences they encountered. Jim is Korean-American, Aaron is white. They delve into the importance of recognizing biases and fostering allyship in the modern world. Jim reflects on the challenges of navigating cultural differences as a Ko…
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Ever been frustrated with your healthcare experience? Every conversation I have with Becky Wolfe gives me hope for the future of what is happening in health care. Becky's work as a health care practitioner turned leadership coach and consultant is inspirational. She gives me hope that there is a path forward. There is a way where we can find hope a…
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Kevin DeShazo on social media will undoubtedly encourage you, equip you, and give you insights on leadership. As Kevin talks about in this episode, he has been diving into mindset and the power of how your mind can go to work for you. Kevin's work as founder of Better has taken him to some of the highest-profile Division 1 college programs and the …
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What happens when you take one of the winningest Division 2 men's basketball programs, promote your assistant coach to head coach to replace a retiring legend, and move to Division 1 all in the same off-season. In the case of Queens University men's basketball, you accomplish a lot. The dedication, and the focus of Coach Grant Leonard is truly extr…
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Ava Juergens is an incredible, trailblazing entrepreneur. She started real estate investing at 15 while still in high school and founded an investment company, achieving a staggering $900,000 in assets. By the time she finished her junior year and graduated high school. Then driven by her desire to inspire and assist others, Ava took to social medi…
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Before being nominated for 61 Primetime Emmy Awards. Ted Lasso was a short, silly sketch created by Jason Sudeikis for NBC Sports. What can an American football coach teach us about leadership through a British football, i.e., a soccer club? Well, it turns out a lot. In an endearing, funny, almost outlandish kind of way, Coach Lasso will truly make…
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Human trafficking is one of the hardest issues facing our world today. It's challenging. It's heartbreaking. And the details of what survivors are going through will truly eat at your core. We're talking to Brittany Dunn, the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at Safe House Project, an organization that's going to give you hope about this issue…
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From middle school principal to college basketball coach, Coach Tim Taylor's experiences shape how he leads the women's basketball program at the US Naval Academy. Coach Taylor brings key lessons that have shaped his approach to leadership and discusses the importance of focusing on the process rather than just the results. Coach Taylor also addres…
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Intro Ryan's journey took a turn when a career-ending injury shattered his dreams of playing professional baseball. But instead of giving up, he pivoted and started a financial planning firm specializing in helping professional athletes with their financial challenges. Now, he's extending his expertise to college student-athletes, focusing on build…
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Picture this: you're a leader navigating the ever-changing world of college athletics. How do you set down roots in a community and build a successful program? Coach Sean O'Regan, head women's basketball coach at James Madison University, has the answer. In this episode, Coach Regan shares his unique journey and the importance of having the right s…
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If ChatGPT has reminded us of anything, it’s this: the world will never be the same. And if the world’s changing, shoudn’t our leadership look different too? Today we dive into Learning to Lead and Win in the Digital World, taking a look at what is the same and what needs to change in order for you to lead + win in this new, digital world. Show Out…
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Julie Noonan is an Executive Coach and Strategic Change Consultant, helping corporate executives lead transformational change. Julie believes in the power of curiosity, empathy and diplomacy. Join Aviv Shahar as he and Julie engage in a rich discussion on key characteristics of the different generations in the workforce today, the importance of put…
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The New Generation Leader podcast hosts a live recording in front of the Leadercast Richmond audience. The panelists, Steve Perky, Bryan Berry, and Jerry Howard, discuss the impact of the digital age on leadership and stress the importance of human intelligence and connection in this ever-evolving world. They emphasize the need for leaders to build…
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Sophie Wade is an international speaker, the author of Empathy Works , and is an authority on the future of work. Sophie believes that we are living in a seminal moment - a tipping point in time - where we have the technology and tools to make our lives a lot better. Join Aviv Shahar as he and Sophie expound on empathy as a leadership and workplace…
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How do we get back to the core of who we are? Can we figure out our own personal goals, ambitions, and prioritize those in a way that maybe they actually come to fruition? Ashlee Livingstone is back from Episode 27 from Our Forte has been doing a lot of work on breathing and those core rhythms, habits, behaviors, that might actually get us to a pla…
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You need to be a different leader for each person. One size fits all leadership is really not where we're heading. It's what we had in the past The old paradigm is what we're moving out of, and that's not gonna fly. Some people need more autonomy, some people need more equity, some people may need more of a relationship, and other people don't. It'…
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What's the difference in the culture between your frontline employees and your leaders and executives? According to Kyle Gillette, it comes down to the Blue Shirt Leadership Framework. Here on The New Generation Leader, we talk about leadership and culture being for everyone. We want everyone to feel like they have a seat at the table, and an oppor…
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From fry cook to General Manager, Laura's first steps on her career path led her to truly transformational people leadership. After stops at major restaurants and retailers like Apple and Starbucks, Laura has shifted gears and has accolades like top-selling leadership author and international guest speaker on her resume. Show Outline 0:00 - How Lau…
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Doctors and nurses are struggling in record numbers, but the system is working against them. Join J. Corey Feist, Founder of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes' Foundation, in exploring the issues and strategies needed to bridge the gap between what healthcare workers need and what leaders think they are providing. The COVID-19 pandemic has only highlighte…
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Oscar Trimboli is the author of How to Listen: Discover the Hidden Key to Better Communication . He is the speaker and host of the podcast, Deep Listening, a podcast that is centered on creating practical tips and techniques to improve your daily listening. The world is a noisy place where you fight to be heard every day. Oscar understands this and…
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We all make mistakes—sometimes more than we’d like to admit. But mistakes don’t have to hinder our growth and success. Instead, they can be an opportunity to learn and push ourselves to improve. Bryan Barley joins us in this episode to explore how you can use the challenges and embrace the clumsiness of your life to better yourself and your journey…
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Our episode recaps focus on Aaron's reflections from this week's episode. In this recap, Aaron gives more background on his own call to be an Asian Leadership Ally and how you can elevate the voices around you. This episode recaps Episode 34, Breaking Through the Asian Leadership Ceiling with Jim Lee. Episode 34 Show Notes…
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Understanding the perspectives of others is key to breaking through the Asian Leadership Ceiling. Jim H. Lee, founder of B-SPOKE, highlights their unique coaching platform and offers insights on leading and effectively leveraging your team's power. Jim also shares his secrets to fully hearing and knowing your team. Show Outline 1:18 - Jim’s backgro…
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This episode features a thought-provoking discussion with Darrell Evans, an accomplished marketing professional, entrepreneur, and executive coach who shares his expertise and real-world experiences. From having fun at work to staying focused on what matters in the digital age, this episode covers a wide range of mind shifts relevant to emerging an…
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Human performance can be a mystery. We can't control it, and every individual is unique and different. How can we unlock team performance and bring the best out of our people? And how do we navigate the biggest shift in the last two years? Claire Chandler joins us to walk through ways to unlock team performance and bring out the best in employees, …
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Dr. Eric J. Holsapple is a successful developer, author and entrepreneur who has used mindfulness to transform both his life and his business. He’s got a PhD in Economics and has been involved in the real estate industry for forty years. He guides clients on how to operate mindfully while improving business results. Eric is the Founder of Living in…
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Dr. Benjamin Ritter addresses one of the biggest challenges that leaders face: getting started on a new idea. Many of us have great ideas, but we may not know how to implement them. To overcome this challenge, the speaker suggests identifying what is holding you back and taking steps to overcome it. It's time to take action and pursue your ideas, n…
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Coach Jeff shares his personal story and journey as a coach, helping men navigate the challenges of being a man in today's society. He delves into topics such as finding peace and well-being beyond daily tasks, understanding what it means to be a man today, and how to bring unique traits and abilities to the table healthily. He also touches on inte…
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Cena shares her insights on the challenges of balancing work and personal life, especially when it comes to raising kids. Through her work with clients and her own career, she sees the challenges organizations have today. Cena also shares her thoughts on how to hire the right people for your business. Let's dive into Cena's valuable insights and ti…
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Change is coming around every corner. How do we prepare for what's next? In this wide-ranging conversation, Jim and Aaron discuss crisis, preparation, and building rhythms to prepare for what's next. Jim Frawley is the founder and CEO of Bellwether and specializes in helping corporations maximize their efficiency and enhance their growth. Show Note…
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A new year, new possibilities. What we can do and accomplish this year? How we can prioritize, clarify, and set goals? Ashlee Livingstone is a combination of energy, creativity, and passion. She's known for her original ideas executed with a thoughtful logistical approach helping her bring out the best in every undertaking. Let's build your best ye…
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Ashley Reichheld & Amelia Dunlop are both passionate leaders within Deloitte Digital. Ashley works as a Principal and Customer & Marketing practice leader, while Amelia is the Chief Experience Officer. Their research is codified in the new book, The Four Factors of Trust : How Organizations Can Earn Lifelong Loyalty , where they offer practical gui…
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Imagine a professional who is a talented expert in their field, yet has no leadership abilities. What happens when they get promoted? Let's build the future of Talent Management to build stronger organizations. Welcome to our conversation with Noel DiBona. Show Summary 1:57 - The importance of demystifying the human system and how it relates to the…
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Culture is the glue that binds an organization together. Build a strong culture, and your organization will be successful. Navigating culture in the 21st century builds on the New Generation Leader framework - communication, generations, change. Analyzing our culture with data allows for stronger organizations. Zoe Fragou is an organizational psych…
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