How to embrace your unique leadership style
As we grow in leadership, there comes a time where we must embrace our unique style. And who better to talk to then the CEO of Sharper Image Lance Reese - a store dedicated to marketing some of the most unique novelty gifts found online. On this episode, Lance helps us understand the difference between a manager and a leader, as well as how he uses his unique leadership style to his advantage so we can too.
Becoming the person you want to be: How to create behavior that lasts
In this week’s episode of the ROI Podcast, host Teresa Mackin and Kelley School of Business Dean and Frank P. Popoff Chair of Strategic Management Idalene “Idie” Kesner speak with Marshall Goldsmith, MBA’72, a Kelley alumnus and a leading executive coach and best-selling author. Goldsmith discusses his New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller, Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts—Becoming the Person You Want to Be, explaining more about how your environment influences your behavior every single day – and how to work to make sure you can overcome obstacles to become exactly who you want to be.
Part One: How to lead with confidence
Coming into the New Year, many of us strive to better our personal lives with new disciplines through new goals or resolutions. But what about our work lives? In this two-part series, we're sitting down with Co-Directors of the Kelley MBA Leadership Academy Ray Luther and Eric Johnson who are sharing practical tools any leader can start implementing this New Year to become better organizational leaders.
Part One: How brilliant careers are made and unmade
On this episode, Idalene "Idie" Kesner, dean of the Kelley School of Business and the Frank P. Popoff Chair of Strategic Management, and ROI Podcast host Matt Martella talk with Carter Cast, author of "The Right (and Wrong) Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made and Unmade." Cast is a professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, and he sits down with us to explore how to get back on track after a derailment in your career.
Part One: How to break the habits that are holding you back
Indiana University Kelley School of Business Dean Idalene "Idie" Kesner and ROI Podcast Host Matt Martella sat down the co-author of "How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job" Sally Helgesen, who has been identified by Forbes as the "world's premier expert on women's leadership." On this episode, Helgesen shares how certain habits and behaviors could be holding you back from your next career move.