Wed, 23 February 2022
CNLP 478 | Bob Lotich on Creating a Profitable Online Platform on a Crowded Internet, Finding Financial Freedom and Some Fresh Metrics for Finance
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast is a podcast all about leadership, change and personal growth. The goal? To help you lead like never before—in your church or in your business.
Mon, 21 February 2022
CNLP 477 | Jennie Allen on the Pain and Promise of Friendship, What to Do When You Naturally Resist Community and How to Find Your People
NYT bestselling author, Jennie Allen, opens up about the struggle she's had with friendships over the years, what to do when you naturally resist community, and explains how to find people you can trust and do life with.
Mon, 14 February 2022
CNLP 476 | Clay Scroggins on Leaving Full-Time Ministry, How to Tackle the Rapid Changes Facing Leaders, and How Vulnerability is Critical to Great Leadership
Clay Scroggins, bestselling author and speaker, explains why he stepped away from leading a church full-time, how to tackle the rapid change that every leader is facing, what he's learning about being his own boss, and how vulnerability is critical to great leadership.
Wed, 9 February 2022
CNLP 475 | Dave Hollis on the Reasons for the Success of Disney, the Pain of a Public Divorce, Dealing with Critics, and Finding Resilience in Crisis
New York Times bestselling author and podcaster, Dave Hollis, opens up about his time at Disney as President of Sales and why Disney has become so successful. He also talks about the end of his marriage to Rachel Hollis, the pain of a public divorce, dealing with crisis, and finding resilience through crisis.
Mon, 7 February 2022
CNLP 474 | Michael Bungay Stanier on Taming Your Advice Monster, the Best Coaching Advice of this Century, and How to Turn Intention Into Action
Rhodes Scholar Michael Bungay Stanier's, The Coaching Habit, has sold over 1 million copies and has been called the best coaching book of the century. In this wide-ranging interview, Michael talks about how to tame your advice monster, how questions will empower and engage your team, which questions to ask, and we explore his new book, How to Begin, which is about turning intention into action.
Mon, 31 January 2022
CNLP 478 | Max Chafkin on the Unintended Consequence of Technology, Politics, Power and Tech Leaders, and the Silence of Theologians and Philosophers
Bloomberg Businessweek editor and author, Max Chafkin, talks about the unintended consequences of technology, how tech leaders wield political and social power, and the absence of theologians and philosophers in the emerging field of AI.