- The Leadership Equation: One-Size-Doesn't- Fit-All with David Newman Ken Schmitt 42:41
Brace yourself for a paradigm shift as we debunk the myth that outstanding employees automatically translate into great leaders. Guest David Newman, a world-renowned speaker, trainer, and author of the empowering “Do It” book series, joins host Ken Schmitt to unravel this and more. This eye-opening discussion challenges common leadership myths and highlights the crucial need for emotional mastery and self-awareness.
David and Ken tackle the impact of “short attention span theater” on leadership in our fast-paced world. They explore dynamic shifts in leadership styles and share actionable strategies for engaging and guiding teams effectively.
David shares his powerful philosophy on leadership – it’s not just about what you say, but how you say it. Learn why leading a team is like being a parent, influencing through mood, body language, and tone.
Get ready for a dose of “David-isms” – pearls of wisdom from David Newman that will reshape your approach to leadership and personal development. Listeners are in for a treat as they gain practical takeaways to enhance their leadership skills and create a positive impact in their professional lives.
Join host Ken Schmitt and the brilliant David Newman as they unravel the secrets to successful leadership in the modern age. This isn’t just a podcast; it’s a revolution in leadership thinking.
About our guest David Newman:
David Newman is a nationally-recognized marketing expert and author of the Amazon #1 bestseller Do It! Marketing: 77 Instant-Action Ideas to Boost Sales, Maximize Profits and Crush Your Competition.
David Newman runs a marketing strategy firm dedicated to making thought-leading entrepreneurs and executives more successful. David’s clients and audiences include Oracle, IBM, American Express, and Wells Fargo in addition to trade associations, non-profits, and entrepreneurial businesses of all sizes.
David has always worked at the intersection of speaking, technology, and professional services. As a corporate insider, David worked for global professional services firms like Towers Perrin and software maker PeopleSoft (back when they were #6 on Fortune’s Best Places to Work list) as well as a 70-person IT consulting firm and a really cool publishing and training company where he served as the Vice President of Product Development.
David has presented over 600 keynotes, seminars, and strategic work sessions since 1992, and his client roster includes 44 of the Fortune 500.
David is a blogger for Salesforce.com and for Vistage, the world’s largest CEO peer group organization, and his entrepreneurial marketing advice has been featured and quoted in The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, Sales & Marketing Management, Selling Power, Entrepreneur Magazine, and hundreds of media outlets throughout North America.