Insights for Leading Podcast
Be Worth Following: A Conversation with Dr. Jen Bennett

Be Worth Following: A Conversation with Dr. Jen Bennett

November 22, 2019

Everyone has a story to tell, but not everyone does an effective job of creating an online presence and brand that is worth following. In this episode of Insights for Leading, Jeremy Couch interviews Dr. Jen Bennett, an author, speaker, educator, and social media specialist. Jen has a passion for helping individuals go from confused and overwhelmed to confident and passionate about who they are, their expertise, their story, their faith, and their brand. And she then helps them build a platform and online presence that tells their story in a compelling and engaging way.

To learn more about Jen, her book, Be Worth Following, and her services for individuals and organizations, visit www.drjenbennett.com

 

Navigating the Complexities of Life and Leadership Using Contextual Intelligence: A Conversation with Dr. Matt Kutz

Navigating the Complexities of Life and Leadership Using Contextual Intelligence: A Conversation with Dr. Matt Kutz

November 13, 2019

In this episode of Insights for Leading, Jeremy Couch interviews Dr. Matt Kutz about Contextual Intelligence, a concept that will help you change the way you live, lead, and make decisions by navigating complexity and uncertainty more effectively.

As a leadership coach, award-winning author, researcher, and professor, Matt is passionate about helping others achieve high-level leadership and outstanding organizational performance. His teaching, research, and leadership development interests are in reaching the highest levels of corporate performance and facilitating all facets of leadership and change initiatives.

To learn more about Matt's services, research, and books, visit www.matthewkutz.com

 
 
Finding Success and Fulfillment through Relationships, Risks, and Resilience: A Conversation with Kenworth Reeves, Jr.

Finding Success and Fulfillment through Relationships, Risks, and Resilience: A Conversation with Kenworth Reeves, Jr.

October 21, 2019

Every great leader needs to be able to develop meaningful relationships, take calculated risks, and build a resilient spirit. In this episode of the podcast, Jeremy Couch interviews Kenworth Reeves, Jr., an entrepreneur, real estate investor, and relationship-builder who has the ability to not only create ideas, but to take action and make those ideas become reality.

In this interview, Kenworth chronicles his professional journey, through the ups and the downs, and shares his insight and wisdom about entrepreneurship and taking risks. He also opens up about a very challenging, difficult, and dark time during his life, and he shares how we was able to come through that season a better and stronger person.

This interview will leave you challenged, motivated, and inspired!

 

Communicating Well, Avoiding Bad Leadership, Building a Great Team, and Pursuing Your Purpose: Interview with Communications Expert and Author Jennifer Rock

Communicating Well, Avoiding Bad Leadership, Building a Great Team, and Pursuing Your Purpose: Interview with Communications Expert and Author Jennifer Rock

September 17, 2019

In this episode of Insights for Leading, Jeremy Couch interviews communications expert and author Jennifer Rock. They discuss a wide range of topics, from communication traps to avoid, examples of bad leadership, understanding what it takes to build a culture of teamwork, and how to be more purposeful in your career. In addition, they talk about Jennifer's book, Operation Clusterpuck, to discuss its themes and how it can help leaders and teams in today's corporate culture.

To learn more about Jennifer and her company, visit: https://www.rockdotvoss.com/

To purchase the book, visit: https://amzn.to/32Kf7Cv

How to Become a Healthy and High-Performing Leader: Interview with Dr. Lauren Hodges

How to Become a Healthy and High-Performing Leader: Interview with Dr. Lauren Hodges

August 29, 2019

In this episode of the podcast, Jeremy Couch interviews Dr. Lauren Hodges, a performance coach, researcher, and consultant who has a passion for helping leaders and teams perform at their highest level. In this interview, we discuss what it means to be a person who takes care of yourself on a physical, mental, and emotional level, and why doing so is essential to improving your performance and relationships.

Lauren is co-owner of Grasshopper Training, a performance company with a mission to develop leaders who want to do better and be better by blending education, experience, science, and intuition to create impactful experiences that further performance, relationship, and connection to self and others.