July 6, 2020
In this episode of the Insights for Leading podcast, Jeremy Couch interviews Joby Slay, author of Get More for Coaches. Joby talks about the story behind his book and explains the formula he has used to coach players and build championship teams. This formula can also be applied to a business or organizational setting to help leaders more effectively coach their people and enable them realize their full potential. If you are in a position of coaching at least one other person to help them get better, this episode is for you!
To learn more about the book and connect with Joby, visit https://getmorecoach.com/
May 20, 2019
In this episode of the podcast, Jeremy Couch explains what leaders must do to build a culture where people thrive. Taken from a recent talk given at The Servant Leadership Conference, Couch identifies the key characteristics that define a thriving culture.
April 13, 2019
How would you characterize the culture of your organization or team?
In this episode, Jeremy Couch discusses the importance of organizational culture and explains what a toxic culture looks like. He identifies the signs to look out for and then contrasts the detrimental effects of a toxic culture with the positive attributes of a thriving culture.
December 14, 2018
In this episode, Jeremy Couch interviews Dawn Whitestone, founder of Whitestone Professionals in Orlando, FL. Dawn helps individuals, teams, and organizations through coaching and consulting, and she specializes in a concept called Strategic Business Prayer. Her book by the same title will be coming out in January 2019. For more information, visit www.whitestonepros.com
May 7, 2018
In this episode, Jeremy Couch discusses the importance of getting the right people on your team in order to create a high-performing, healthy organizational culture. To help you figure out what the "right people" look like, Jeremy provides a series of characteristics to look for in the people you hire. No matter what type of business you are in, these characteristics apply. Take a listen and then evaluate how you're doing at getting the right people on the bus!