Zenger Folkman Leadership Podcast Get answers to today’s toughest leadership and development problems from thought leaders Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman!

September 30, 2015  

There is a meeting. You are NOT invited. In the meeting it will be decided who will be asked to leave. 

So, how do you keep your name off the list and avoid hearing those dreaded words, “You’re Fired!”

Diving deep into our data revealed six common characteristics of the people who were asked to leave their organizations. 

During this podcast, Joe Folkman will share his research findings and you will discover those six critical things you do not want to be found lacking. 
September 23, 2015  

In today’s special bonus episode, we present the panel discussion recorded live from our 2015 Extraordinary Leadership Summit held in July. This insightful conversation features Dr. Jack Zenger, Dr. Joe Folkman, Kevin Wilde of General Mills, Bill Huffaker of General Motors, and Michelle Freiberg of McKesson.

September 16, 2015  

Carine Strom Clark, President and CEO of MaritzCX joins Dr. Jack Zenger and Dr. Joseph Folkman in this installment of the Zenger Folkman Leadership Podcast series to talk about women in leadership positions, building successful teams, cancer, abundance, and the impact of young people in the workforce. 

Carine was recently named CEO of the Year by Utah Business magazine and listed as a 2013 Honoree in the Forty Over 40 list. She is the former Senior Vice President of Marketing and Chief Marketing Officer at Symantec. 

In today’s special bonus episode, we will present Kathleen Stinnett’s address recorded live from our 2015 Extraordinary Leadership Summit held in July. 

Kathleen is a senior consultant and Master Certified Coach with Zenger Folkman, bringing more than 20 years of experience working with individuals and organizations to improve effectiveness, enhance fulfillment, and create sustainable change and results. 
Working as a master coach and consultant for Zenger Folkman, Kathleen facilitates the full suite of Zenger Folkman programs and certifies trainers and coaches to deliver Zenger Folkman’s 360-degree tools and workshops. Kathleen coaches leaders at all levels of organizations to understand and improve their personal leadership effectiveness. Clients describe her as an energetic, positive force and role model who helps individuals and teams make courageous and intentional changes.
Prior to joining Zenger Folkman, Kathleen worked with Wilson Learning Corporation, leading teams to create, produce and implement performance solutions for Fortune 500 organizations. She later founded FutureLaunch, an organization that provides clients with coaching and human performance solutions. 
In 2000, Kathleen completed a professional coaching certification program with the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara and subsequently earned the Master Certified Coach (MCC) credentials through the International Coach Federation. She currently serves on the faculty of the Hudson Institute as an instructor and master coach assessor. 
Kathleen earned a master’s degree in training and development from the University of Houston and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Colorado, Boulder. 
Utilizing her expertise in the field and practice of coaching, Kathleen and Jack Zenger co-authored the book The Extraordinary Coach: How the Best Leaders Help Others Grow (McGraw-Hill 2010), for managers who wish to improve their coaching effectiveness. 
A passionate musician in her free time, Kathleen composed and produced her first solo piano CD in 2002. She often uses this music to set the tone for workshops and reflective work. Kathleen lives in Santa Barbara, California, with her partner Dave and Yorkshire terrier, Mocha. She enjoys running, painting, and being in nature. She sits on the board of directors for Coaches Collective International. 

Leaders have a dramatic impact on the productivity of those they lead and on the organization’s bottom-line results.

Join Jack and Joe to learn about the 6 Leadership Levers—behaviors that extraordinary leaders leverage to influence others and improve their organizations.

During this podcast you will:

  • Examine Zenger Folkman’s empirical leadership research
  • Discover six leadership behaviors that distinguish extraordinary leaders from all others
  • Learn how to select the right leadership skills for development

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