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Over the course of his career, including stints at PayPal, Cisco, and Nike, Sean Lemson has encountered all varieties of leaders — good, bad, and toxic.

Toxic leaders are a special breed of “bad,” capable, often without even realizing it, of chasing off the best employees and slowly killing their companies.

Sean is the founder of Motivated Outcomes, which coaches corporate leaders on rooting toxic traits out of their company culture and training destructive leaders to stop hurting their subordinates and start inspiring them instead.

His new book is One Drop of Poison: How One Bad Leader Can Slowly Kill Your Company.

Listen now as Sean calls out some of the most common toxic leadership archetypes, reveals how to spot them, and offers practical methods to immunize any business against their poisonous effects.

Photo: Sean Lemson, Motivated Outcomes
Posted: April 29, 2024
Monday Morning Run Time: 50:05
Episode: 12.43

NOW AVAILABLE:

Purchase the new Monday Morning Radio anthology, All You Can Eat Business Wisdom, featuring 105 actionable insights and in-depth advice from 21 of this podcast's previous guests.

Only $19.95 in digital format from http://tinyurl.com/AYCEBW-ISSUU

CHAPTERS INCLUDE:

Ken Blanchard: Simple Truths But Profound Leadership Tools
Charles Duhigg: The Amazing Benefits of Good Habits
Michelle D. Gladieux: The Key Determinant of Happiness and Reputation
Mike Kaeding: Utilize Proven Strategies Adapted From Other Business Sectors
Joanne Lipman: Closing the Gender Gap at Work and Reinventing Your Career
Blaine Oelkers: Your Mind is Your Most Potent Business Tool
Stephen Semple: Unconventional Marketing to Build Your Business Empire
Roy H. Williams: How to Turn Words into Magic and Dreamers Into Millionaires
Tom Ziglar: The Steps That Lead to a Successful Life

All You Can Eat Business Wisdom is a rich buffet of practical advice. Readers will want to fill their plates and return for seconds.

About the Author: Maxwell Rotbart is Monday Morning Radio’s co-host and associate producer.

Direct download: MMR042924.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 4:24pm MDT

On May 7th and 8th, experts from government, industry, small business, and academia will come together in Washington, D.C., for the 2024 Humans to Mars Summit focused on sending humans to Mars.

The event, the largest such gathering on earth, is being organized by Chris Carberry, the CEO and Co-Founder of Explore Mars Inc.,  a nonprofit dedicated to fostering a permanent human presence on the Red Planet no later than 2033.

Once the province of science fiction, Chris says a Martian colony is inevitable, and there are ample opportunities right now for entrepreneurs and independent businesses to climb aboard.

Chris is the author of The Music of Space: Scoring the Cosmos in Film and Television and Alcohol in Space: Past, Present and Future. 

Before joining Explore Mars, he served as Executive Director of The Mars Society

The countdown to an out-of-this-world adventure has begun. Listen now for your ticket to ride. 

Monday Morning Radio is hosted by the father-son duo of Dean and Maxwell Rotbart.

Photo: Chris Carberry, Explore Mars, Inc.
Posted: April 22, 2024
Monday Morning Run Time: 53:12
Episode: 12.42

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Direct download: MMR042224.mp3
Category:Nonprofits -- posted at: 5:20pm MDT

Scott Mautz is a former senior executive with Procter & Gamble, whose free leadership classes on LinkedIn have attracted more than two million registrants.

Scott, who ran four of P&G’s multi-billion dollar businesses, knows what it takes to be an effective leader. That’s why he advises all owners and entrepreneurs to work out daily.

But Scott doesn’t mean bench pressing or squats. He’s a champion of rigorous mental workouts designed to build fortitude, confidence, boldness, and decision-making muscles.

Scott’s new book, due in May, is The Mentally Strong Leader: Build the Habits to Productively Regulate Your Emotions, Thoughts, and Behaviors. In the book, Scott offers a 50-question mental strength self-assessment as well as the methods to create a personalized mental strength-training program relying on habit-building science.

When readers get mentally fit, Scott assures, they will find greater achievement and successfully overcome more challenges, both professionally and personally. 

Inc. magazine named Scott a “Top 50 Leadership Innovator.” To learn more about his international training and speaking offerings, click here.

To download a free 60-page companion workbook that includes Scott’s 50-question mental strength self-assessment, click here.

Monday Morning Radio is hosted by the father-son duo of Dean and Maxwell Rotbart.

Photo: Scott Mautz, scottmautz.com
Posted: April 15, 2024

Monday Morning Run Time: 40:21
Episode: 12.41

SCOTT MAUTZ’S PREVIOUS MONDAY MORNING RADIO APPEARANCES:

Direct download: MMR041524.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 11:00am MDT

Whether you are a solo entrepreneur, a small business owner, or the head of a FORTUNE 500 company, innovation is within your grasp — if you understand what it is and isn’t.

This week’s guest, Steve Wunker, managing director of New Markets Advisors, is widely acknowledged as one of the country’s foremost masters of innovation. He pioneered the mobile marketing and commerce industries, and is responsible for one of the world’s first smartphones.

In his latest book, The Innovative Leader: Step-by-Step Lessons From Top Investors For You and Your Organization, Steve shares the ABCs of innovative leadership: Aspire, Build, and Cultivate.

He also debunks three of the most common myths about innovation:

  1. A company needs to invent a better product or service to be “innovative.”

  2. The hardest part of innovation is hitting on the ‘Big Idea.’

  3. Innovation is the exclusive province of high-tech companies.

Not only can every company, big and small, innovate, but Steve warns they had better trailblaze, or they’re sure to be left in the dust of others. Where to begin and who should lead the effort are insights Steve shares on this week's podcast.

Monday Morning Radio is hosted by the father-son duo of Dean and Maxwell Rotbart.

Photo: Steve Wunker, New Markets Advisors
Posted: April 8, 2024

Monday Morning Run Time: 37:28
Episode: 12.40

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Direct download: MMR040824.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 5:07pm MDT

Does your business have a mascot, a team jersey, and team-related merchandise for sale?

Probably not.

Fredrick “Freddy D” Dudek has spent more than three decades studying how companies can turn their employees, customers, and business affiliates into the kind of raging fans that sports teams enjoy.

He is the author of Creating Business Superfans: The Time-Tested Playbook That Converts Your Customers, Employees, and Business Partners into Superfans for Bigger Sales, Broader Awareness, and Long-Term Success.

Like a sports franchise, Freddy D discovered that the secret to creating business super fans begins by fostering an internal culture dedicated to winning. For businesses, that means making superior customer service the desired home run of every "at bat" with customers and prospects.

While the analogy to sports fanatics is perfectly valid, Freddy D assures us that it’s unnecessary to dress up your CEO as an animal, historical figure, or other costumed mascot with an oversized head and goofy feet. 

Hearing what he has to say and reading his book will suffice.

[Visit Freddy D’s website here and be sure to catch his Business Superfans Podcast here.]

Monday Morning Radio is hosted by the father-son duo of Dean and Maxwell Rotbart.

Photo: Frederick “Freddy D” Dudek, Business $uperfans
Posted: April 1, 2024

Monday Morning Run Time: 40:15
Episode: 12.39

SPECIAL NOTE:

Founding host Dean Rotbart’s most recent book, Dedication and Service: 50 Years on Call with the Volunteers of Colorado’s Genesee Fire Rescue has been awarded the prestigious Gold Medal from the national Nonfiction Authors Association. It is Dean’s second Gold recognition.

Direct download: MMR040124.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 8:56pm MDT

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