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2019-9-13

Andre Van Hall: Curiosity Instigator

Where have you blinded your curiosity?

What are you looking at that’s causing you to not see everything else?

Often times change can be pretty terrifying. As a result we can get reactive and in turn shut down our own curiosity. In fact what if some seemingly tragic change took place and as a result instead of shutting down you opened up to a higher level of curiosity?

Do you know the difference between accessing a situation rather than judging it?

The answer is simple (but not always easy)!

Our guest on this episode is Andre Van Hall 

A native of Argentina, André has worked at some of the most prestigious hotels in the world, to include the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg (once recognized as a tope ten hotel in the world), the Ritz in Paris and the St. Regis in New York. 

Additionally he has managed some of the largest hotels, including the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta and the Adam’s Mark in Denver. Before retiring, he was the CEO of the historic Denver Athletic Club. 

A graduate of the school of Hotel Administration at Cornell University, André Van Hall has held such positions as Director of Quality, Executive Assistant Manager, Rooms Executive, General Manager, Professor of HR and CEO. His volunteer activity have afforded him the opportunity to serve on boards of Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Convention & Visitors Bureaus, Rotary clubs, Urban League and many others. 

After suddenly losing his eyesight in late 2011, he started a new career as a Professional Speaker, with an emphasis on Motivation, Change Management and Staff Development. 

On this episode we go FullMonty on:

  • How to bring Curiosity back to every aspect of your life
  • His commitment to raising money for the homeless
  • How gaining the understanding that "you get what you inspect, instead of what you expect" transformed his leadership
  • How curiosity can be the catalyst for making change easier
  • Learning how to assess rather than judge
  • How to bring humility to our position of leadership
  • How to cope with constant and often dramatic change
  • What's the difference between those who grow in change verses those who get stifled by it?
  • His battle with not only blindness but also cancer
  • His commitment to raising money for the homeless

To find out more about Andre van Hall: Curiosity Instigator: http://AndreVanHall.com


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader

2019-9-13

Andre Van Hall: Curiosity Instigator

Where have you blinded your curiosity?

What are you looking at that’s causing you to not see everything else?

Often times change can be pretty terrifying. As a result we can get reactive and in turn shut down our own curiosity. In fact what if some seemingly tragic change took place and as a result instead of shutting down you opened up to a higher level of curiosity?

Do you know the difference between accessing a situation rather than judging it?

The answer is simple (but not always easy)!

Our guest on this episode is Andre Van Hall 

A native of Argentina, André has worked at some of the most prestigious hotels in the world, to include the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg (once recognized as a tope ten hotel in the world), the Ritz in Paris and the St. Regis in New York. 

Additionally he has managed some of the largest hotels, including the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta and the Adam’s Mark in Denver. Before retiring, he was the CEO of the historic Denver Athletic Club. 

A graduate of the school of Hotel Administration at Cornell University, André Van Hall has held such positions as Director of Quality, Executive Assistant Manager, Rooms Executive, General Manager, Professor of HR and CEO. His volunteer activity have afforded him the opportunity to serve on boards of Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Convention & Visitors Bureaus, Rotary clubs, Urban League and many others. 

After suddenly losing his eyesight in late 2011, he started a new career as a Professional Speaker, with an emphasis on Motivation, Change Management and Staff Development. 

On this episode we go FullMonty on:

  • How to bring Curiosity back to every aspect of your life
  • His commitment to raising money for the homeless
  • How gaining the understanding that "you get what you inspect, instead of what you expect" transformed his leadership
  • How curiosity can be the catalyst for making change easier
  • Learning how to assess rather than judge
  • How to bring humility to our position of leadership
  • How to cope with constant and often dramatic change
  • What's the difference between those who grow in change verses those who get stifled by it?
  • His battle with not only blindness but also cancer
  • His commitment to raising money for the homeless

To find out more about Andre van Hall: Curiosity Instigator: http://AndreVanHall.com


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader

2019-9-9

Yuri Kruman: What Millennials Really Want

Debunking the myths around Millennials pushed by sensationalist media

Diving deep into millennial psychology and language using a potent blend of data and anecdotes, stories and history, What Millennials Really Want from Work and Life debunks the many myths around millennials pushed by sensationalist media, showing how millennials want many of the same things as other generations, just more quickly and in a different order and form.

Giving helpful context based on his own powerful and unlikely story of continuous struggle and overcoming massive challenges as a millennial, the author weaves a compelling narrative through the historical, psychological, linguistic, and other threads underlying the millennial experience at work and in life. Based on his in-depth analysis of data and trends, Kruman makes specific recommendations for corporate leaders looking to get-and keep and develop-top millennial talent into their ranks, diving deep into specific benefits, communication methods and tools, mission and vision, and other elements of branding relevant to millennial attraction, engagement, and retention. This book is likewise for early and mid-career millennials looking to better under stand themselves and make compelling cases for improvements around the aforementioned in their own companies.

But how can you get, keep and develop -- top Millennial talent?

Well stay tuned because you are about to find out; our guest on this episode is… Yuri Kruman

With a background that spans, Law, Finance, and Neuroscience; Yuri Kurman is a deeply knowledgable individual who has become a highly in demand corporate, HR and Employee Experience (EX) Consultant, startup advisor, Forbes Coaches Council, member and contributor to Forbes, Entrepreneur, and other top platforms. 

His consulting, advising and coaching portfolio includes speaking engagements and advisory work has impacted thousands of corporate and startup executives. 

He is the author of the fabulous book: "What Millennials Really Want From Work and Life"

On This episode we go FullMonty on:

  • Why he (not a Millennial) is on his 5th career?
  • False Generational Expectations
  • How can we best empower your employees to do their life's best work with us
  • The need to both Human and Systemized
  • What being a childhood Russian Immigrant taught him about expectations

To find out more about Yuri Kruman: http://YuriKruman.com/Consultant  or http://Masterthetalk.com


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader

2019-9-5

Taking The Higher Road: Dr Leslie Austin

What’s your process for making the best decisions possible… Can you do it while keeping your ego in check? And can you do so while choosing and Taking The Higher Road?

At some point on the climb to the top we are going to have to deal with someone whose ego is so big that we may want to quit. 

In fact we know that according to Gallup research people don’t leave jobs they leave bosses!

But here’s the uncomfortable question…brace yourself: If behaviour is modelled: Have you (without realizing it) become the what Gallup called a boss from hell? And if you have; what can you do about it? 

Well let’s find out together…

My guest on this episode is Leslie Austin

Dr. Leslie Austin is affectionately known to her clients as "The Lion Tamer." She has over twenty-five years’ experience helping successful senior executives and leaders create a positive change in behaviour patterns for themselves and for their colleagues and teams. 

These positive behaviour changes result in significantly improved performance and effectiveness at work, at leisure, and at home.

She helps her clients learn how to systematically become more effective decision-makers by practicing Taking The Higher Road, a process which results in her clients making the best decision possible every time. 

  • Dealing with Narcissistic Leaders
  • How you are likely missing out on a crucial element of communications
  • The most important principles involved in taking the higher road
  • What are the results gained from taking the higher road
  • How emotions are so misunderstood and misused
  • Working with your emotions in a systematic way
  • Tapping the best, most effective version of yourself.
  • How To Make the Best Decision Every Time.
  • The obstacles in our way, and why we can’t get what we want. 

and so much more https://leslieaustin.com


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader

2019-8-30

Thinking The Unthinkable: Nik Gowing and Chris Langdon

DO NOT MISS THIS ONE!!!

Executive leadership faces new vulnerabilities. Many leaders privately concede them, but few are willing to talk publicly about them. 'Unthinkable' events since 2014 have revealed a new leadership fragility at the highest levels. The pace of change shows that the uncertainties are greater than ever.

Is this the 'new normal?' Thinking The Unthinkable is an investigation into why leaders have appeared more unable or unwilling than ever to anticipate the biggest issues of our time. In an era of 'wicked problems' why are current leadership behaviours and culture apparently not fit for purpose?

What are the causes of so many failures in policy and strategic forecasting?

Are they human frailties? Or are they systemic failures to embrace smartly new realities?

Through hundreds of interviews and conversations, Nik Gowing and Chris Langdon have analysed the deep new challenges to the human capacity of leaders at the highest keels to accept, understand, embrace then handle the extraordinary processes of change and disruption. This essential book draws on the candid responses. The findings will be disconcerting to leaders at all levels.

We live in what might be the most disrupted time in history, hundred year old industries are disappearing over night. 

Things that we considered normal have nothing to do with what’s going on. In fact much of what’s going on today we would have considered “Unthinkable” not very long ago. 

The question is how can we as leaders thrive in a time where the unthinkable is the norm? 

Well let’s find out together…

This has one of my most intriguing interviews. What my guests brought to light is fascinating, awakening and a clear call to action!

My guests on this episode are Nik Gowing and Chris Langdon

The resumes of both are outstanding…

Here’s a quick overview:

Nik Gowing was a main news presenter for the BBC’s international 24-hour news channel… BBC World News from 1996-2014. 

He presented The Hub with Nik Gowing, BBC World Debates, 

Dateline London, plus location coverage of major global stories.

He spent 18 years at ITN in senior roles including Diplomatic Editor, Channel 4 News. He received a BAFTA award in 1982 for his coverage of martial law in Poland.

Chris Langdon: Founder-Director of Reconciliation Through Film, a charity being established to develop new ways of using communications to help conflict resolution. Chris is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) He has worked extensively on facilitating political reform in SE Europe. Through 2008-2010. he directed the Communicating Europe Programme for the European Stability Initiative, Chris was a TV producer for BBC News, ITN and APTN.

Together they have spent the last 4 1/2 years asking leaders how they are coping with disruption - the answer is scary. 

Leaders cannot cope! 

However, Nik & Chris have some good news… 

They found some leaders who thrive on change. 

This is a fascinating episode that steps outside of leadership as we know it and confronts questions about leadership that few have had the courage to face.

On this episode we go FullMonty on:

  • Why leaders are struggling to keep up? 
  • The best way thrive in an age of massive disruption
  • The cost of Conformity 
  • How Nik predicted what is now labelled ‘Fake News’ back in 2009.
  • Purpose…what purpose, and why?
  • Talking to scared C Suiters
  • Political insurgents ‘shatter the mould’

For more on Nik Gowing and Chris Langdon and Thinking The Unthinkable: www.thinkunthink.org


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader

2019-8-26

Mari Ryan: Building a Thrive Hive Culture

We all know that bees are some of nature’s best workers, but have you ever considered your organization as a hive?

What if you worked in or could create an environment where everyone was a buzz to be there?

A People-Centric, Thriving Hive of People who were all purpose inspired?

One impact of living in technology driven age has been the ever increasing demand to work. As a result our people can end up feeling like cogs in a machine...cogs that will eventually breakdown.

We are all at least beginning to know the importance of creating a corporate culture where your people feel heard, honoured and respected.

However, many companies who recognize this but don't bother to find out how to do it are headed toward the cliff.

Imagine creating an environment that was like a bee hive of unification.... An environment where everyone felt and knew that they were needed.

Is it a fantasy or a reality? If it is a real possibility how can you do it?

Well let’s find out together…

My guests on this episode is The Queen Bee of engagement Mari Ryan!

Mari, leverages over 30 years of business experience in various including marketing, consulting and executive roles across a variety of different industries. Today she is the CEO and founder of Advancing Wellness, and she is an expert in worksite well-being. 

She is the founder and former Board Chair of the Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts, and is a member of the Board of Directors of Health Promotion Advocates. 

She serves on the Advisory Board for “Global Women 4 Wellbeing.” An active member of the National Speakers Association. 

On top of all that Mari is the author of a book: The Thriving Hive  `How People-Centric Organizations Ignite Engagement and Fuel Results. A book that recently won the national business book award. 

On This episode we go FullMonty on...

  • How employee engagement drives sustainable business results
  • What is employee Well Being
  • Relationship between employee well-being and engagement
  • The value to businesses of having a healthy, engaged workforce.
  • What we can learn from Bee's about being part a team
  • How to recognize if your organizations is a "Dive Hive" or "Thrive Hives"
  • The power and importance purpose in building your company
  • How running a people focused organization is lowering costs

And so much more...

To find out more about Mari Ryan and Building a Thrive Hive: http://www.advwellness.com


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader

2019-8-21

Dr Kathleen Allen: Leading from the Roots

Are you ready for a fascinating conversation? Hold on to your earbuds because your mind is about to be rattled.

As we stretch out into the not so distant future of machine learning and sitting at the feet of the A.I gods… 

Will we know how to stay in touch with “why” we’re doing what we’re doing, and with the people/humans within our organization?

Through Artificial Intelligence and machine learning we are already looking at how to be more efficient as businesses and as organizations

The question is have we stopped to consider the potential cost to us at not only a corporate, but at a human level? 

With the integration of more and more A.I will we know how to stay in touch with why we’re doing what we’re doing. Moreover, will we be able to stay emotionally connected to the people within our organization? 

What if we had access to 3.8 billion years of research that you could tap into to assist us? 

Well let’s find out together…

My guests on this episode is Dr. Kathleen Allen

She is the author of Leading from the Roots: Nature Inspired Leadership Lessons for Today’s World She is the President of Allen and Associates, a consulting firm that specializes in nature-based leadership, innovation, and organizational change. 

She’s worked with high profile organizations including the McKnight Foundation and UC Berkeley, among others. She is a member of the International Occupation of Leadership.  She writes on leadership and organizations in a way that describes a new paradigm of leadership that is based in lessons from nature and living systems. 

On This episode we go FullMonty on:

  • Creating organization that thrive 200-300 years into the future
  • Leadership inspired by Nature
  • Holistic Organizations
  • Biomimicry in Leadership
  • The Power of Local Expertise and Collaboration
  • A System for Insightful Self Evaluation
  • The Power of Assumptions
  • The Synaptic connections of nature
  • The illusion of separation
  • Embracing the power of regenerative design
  • Organizational Sunlight and photosynthesis.

And so much more... 

To find out more about Dr Kathleen Allen: https://kathleenallen.net


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader



2019-8-16

Brent Hayden: Olympic Entrepreneur

We all admire what it takes to become an Olympian, particularly in the context of discipline, but could there be a downside when that same discipline is applied to business?

You know that whether we like it or not discipline in one form or another is part of what it takes to be a great leader. But have you ever considered that there could be a downside to it? 

If there is, how can we sort out where and when strong discipline is needed

Well let's find out together. Our guest on this episode of #leadership and #loyalty is: 3-time Olympian, Olympic Bronze Medallist and World Champion swimmer from Mission BC Canada. Mr Brent Hayden 

He’s regarded as the fastest swimmer in Canadian history, and was the first Canadian swimmer ever to win an Olympic medal in the most coveted event...the 100m freestyle. 

He is a British Columbia Sports Hall of Fame Inductee, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal recipient, and a two-time TEDx speaker. 

As well is a contemporary fine art photographer who’s work is gaining traction in the gallery world.

Let's welcome 3x Olympian, Olympic Medallist and World Champion. Co-founder of the Astra Athletica - superior functional activewear… Brent Hayden! 

On this episode we go FullMonty on:

  • Failing successfully
  • How he failed swimming lessons became Canada’s fastest swimmer
  • The most common misunderstanding about being an Olympian
  • Why he believes motivation is crap
  • We dive Inside the Olympic mindset...shocking!
  • The ups and downs of the work hard - play hard mentality
  • Being beaten and arrested in the streets of Athens, Greece
  • Transitioning out of being an olympian
  • How being an Olympian hurt him as an entrepreneur
  • Starting his active wear company
  • His joy...The art of Photography

and so many more fascinating insights...

To Find out more about Brent Hayden: www.brenthayden.com


To find out more about hiring Dov Baron as a speaker or strategist for your organization: http://fullmontyleadership.com/consulting or http://fullmontyleadership.com/speaking.

Remember you can now also find us on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, or wherever you tune into podcasts.

And on traditional radio stations across the US every Monday and Thursday on: 

  • 99.5 FM & 1520 AM Las Vegas
  • 102.1 FM & 1640 AM Lancaster, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM & 810 AM Macon, Georgia 
  • 92.1 FM & 1630 AM Tampa, Florida
  • 97.7 The Villages, Florida
  • 96.3 FM Boulder, Colorado
  • 90.3 FM Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 94.7 FM Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • 87.9 FM Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • And NOW LIVE on 96.7FM WASHINGTON, DC and on 96.7FM covering THE WASHINGTON DC & QUANTICO area.

Also, look for us on ROKU TV where there are 100K subscribers. 

If you are a regular listener, then a big thank-you to you for making us the #1 podcast globally for Fortune 500 listeners! 

And with a potential reach of 2.5 to 3 million listeners for every show, we’re honored and grateful to be cited in INC.com as The #1 Podcast To Make You a Better Leader