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GiANT Leadership Podcast

English, Finance, 1 season, 28 episodes, 17 hours, 26 minutes
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Welcome to the GiANT Leadership Podcast where we help leaders like you get the knowledge and skills you need to impact more people and live the life you’ve always wanted. Get ready to experience tools, tips and advice by the co-founders of GiANT and best selling authors: Jeremie Kubicek and Steve Cockram.
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#028-The Power of Healthy People

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Jeremie  mentions there is a need for re-establishing base communication and relational trust. Having Sherpas in the organization is the key. As a Sherpa goes, so goes the team. As a team goes, so goes the organization. If you want to fix your culture, it will take a minimum of three years to put the systems in place. Once you do, though, it will last you 10+ years. You'll create a culture of empowerment instead of just compliance.Our guest this episode is Ryan Mayfield. He is a Guardian/Nurturer who has learned so much about himself through the 5 Voices. To learn more about the 5 Voices and to understand your Voice, take the assessment here. Ryan explains the power behind the Team Performance Assessment and how it can transform a team by creating awareness of what areas need strengthened. It allows you to measure the effectiveness of a team and give you a baseline so you know what direction in which to focus. The goal is to create healthy leaders, teams and organizations.Ryan works with clients in various industries both in-person and virtually. If you'd like to reach out to him to see ways he could work with your team or organization, reach out to him here. Our favorite episode quotes: Jeremie, Once someone figures out the power of the Sherpa and they empower them,  then the organization sees growth happen. You have to develop team leaders because as the team leaders so goes that team. As the team goes, so goes the organization.Ryan, "If your people aren't healthy, you'll never rise to the greatness of your systems."Steve, "Learn to harness the super powers of everyone on a key for effective communication".If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach, watch the videos here and then sign up for our next cohort.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Learn to harness the super powers of everyone on a team. Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: People problems will usurp productivity systems.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here: https://stevecockram.com/ or   https://jeremiekubicek.com 
3/12/202428 minutes, 59 seconds
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027 Live Out What You're Selling

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the opening, Jeremie and Steve discuss managing time and being more strategic with time. They mention the 5 Gears and several of the tools that help with communication and to make sure we are productive but also present with people in a healthy way. GiANT helps people become more Relationally Intelligent. They mention "thinkers" and "feelers" and the differences in personality. They have developed powerful tools to help people understand themselves and each other. You can access these tools by going to GiANT.Jeremie and Steve talk about Peace during their introduction conversation. Have you ever thought about how Peace affects your relationships? How do you be at peace with yourself and with those around you? No amount of business success helps when you're not at peace with the relationships in your life. Jeremie and Steve are available for a Peace Index or Communication Code Keynote at your next event or training. To book them, please contact Tracy Rader. Masi Willis is our guest today. She understands people dynamics as much as anyone. If you would like to talk to Masi about working with you as an individual, your team or your organization. Reach out to her on LinkedIn. And check out her website to see all that she offers. The Mason Effect.Masi mentions the Know Yourself to Lead Yourself tool. This tool transformed her as a leader. She has worked on knowing her tendencies so she can see where she undermines her influence. If you want to access these tools: Get your Pro account HERE.Masi shared a piece of wisdom she has heard before. "What you win your teams WITH, is what you will win them TO." She emphasizes the need to live out what your saying within your organization. The culture within an organization needs to be living out their values.  In other words, LIVE what you're selling!So, if you are leading an organization, "What are you selling to your employees?" It's not a one-and done. It must be an on-going living out of your values.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Work can be incredible, but if a key relationship is off, no amount of business success brings peace when misalignment in key relationships is there."Jeremie, "When I am at peace, I'm really good. When I'm not at Peace, I'm really average. Peace is power."Masi, "What you win your teams WITH, is what you will win them TO." Episode Takeaway from Steve:  You only have finite time and you must prioritize what is most important.  How do I disappoint people who want more of my time, in a healthy way?Episode Takeaway from Jeremie:  Peace is power! If you want to empower people, you must have internal peace. Fight being at peace.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  learn more HERE and watch the video, then book a demo.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  [email protected]
2/20/202428 minutes, 42 seconds
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#026 Leading Through Every Season

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the opening, Jeremie and Steve talk about the launch of their new book, The Communication Code. Many companies are giving these books out to their employees for book club events or gifts. If you'd like to receive a discount straight from the publisher for bulk order, Order Here.Jeremie and Steve are also available for a Communication Code Keynote at your next event or training. To book them, please contact Tracy Rader.They talk about code words for setting up a conversation for success. Grab the book to hear the details about:CelebrateClarifyCollaborateCareCritiqueSteve mentioned that if you will become aware and educated in The 5 Voices and combine it with The Communication Code, you will level up your Emotional Intelligence in a whole new way.  Sign up for a PRO GiANT account and learn your Voice order and access the Communication Code Assessment. Get your Pro account HERE. Our guest on this podcast is Charlie Slagle. He is based in Knoxville, Tennessee and works with business there and all over the USA. Charlie welcomes you to connect with him via LInkedIn. Charlie says the GiANT tools that have had the most profound impact on him are the Know Yourself to Lead Yourself tool and the 5 Circles of Influence tool. Charlie mentions that he has become more intentional with his family now that he has learned more about his own tendencies.  He "protects" his calendar to make sure he puts emphasis on those he loves. Through that shift, he mentions his relationship with his wife and says the 5 Voices have really helped them understand one another. To take the 5 Voices Assessment to see your Voice order, you can take the free version here or if you'd like a more in depth version, upgrade to Pro using the link above.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Long-term, healthy relationships are the exception, not the norm. That's true in marriage, business and everywhere else.  So The Communication Code give you the ability to know how to communicate."Jeremie, "Your chance of unlocking a relationship goes up dramatically when you use the Communication Code".Charlie "I've been through the darkness of running businesses. Now I need to go back in and help other people navigate the  darkness."Episode Takeaway from Steve:  I've learned how to become good at celebrating wherever I go. I now know the difference it makes when we celebrate what really matters. It's a skillset I have improved in.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie:  We are codifying language that unlocks relationships. We make it simple so anyone can play.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  learn more HERE and watch the video, then book a demo.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  [email protected] 
12/22/202333 minutes, 59 seconds
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#025 The Power of Being Intentional

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the intro Steve and Jeremie focus on the importance of a reset during the summer months. Rest and recharge or a professional and personal advantage. Use the summer months to change what you are doing to get a new perspective. Steve mentions focusing on different gears during the holiday months of summer. If you're not yet familiar with the 5 Gears, you can go through the 5 Gears Masterclass course on the $10 per month per user GiANT OS Pro subscription. Check it our here.Our guest on this podcast is Ed Ampaw-Farr of Human First Leadership. He'd love to hear from you and connect with you, no matter where you are in the world. He is a UK-based leadership coach and consultant who emphasizes the importance of making sure your leadership skills and awareness spill over into not just work life, but also your home and personal life, Our favorite episode quotes:Jeremie, "You can't give what you don't possess. When I'm alive and connected to my key partners, then I add a lot of value. When I'm not alive, I create stress. So what would it take to make you be at your best and become fully alive?"Steve, "Leaders don't need a library, they need a toolkit. GiANT hasn't come up with new wisdom that no one has ever heard, but rather, we've taken historical wisdom and codified that wisdom in a format of visual tools that works in the new world."Ed:, "People's lives are effected by accidental leaders".If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to GiANT Guide Certification and watch the videos, and sign up to join our next remote training cohort.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
6/30/202331 minutes, 29 seconds
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#024 Six Summers

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:As Steve and Jeremie recap Steve's  GiANT Guide Retreat week in Cyprus, they mention Guides and Catalysts. Guides are independent leadership coaches who are certified in the GiANT content. Catalysts are individuals within companies who become certified  in the GiANT content in order to train employees. Steve's team in the UK is growing. If you are interested in learning more, check it out at GiANT.Jeremie mentioned speaking at a women's prison for a Mother's Day event where he shared The Peace Index. He talked about sharing not only the Peace Index tool, but also the Control the Controllables tool. To learn more about these tools, set up a free account at giantos.com. Our guest today is Will Kubicek, Co-Founder of Six Summers. Will helps dads become intentional with their kids by capturing with intentionality the last six summers before their child reaches adulthood. It's a profound and impactful resource for dads.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Be prepared to go into your kids' world so they know you are interested in THEIR world."Jeremie, "Kids are always growing, but parents have to grow at the level of their kids."Will, "You kids are their own person. How do you understand their personality and the way they are wired?" and "Love is spelled T-I-M-E." Jeremie talked about being intentional with their kids. First you must know yourself, so you can lead well. Take the 5 Voices Assessment here to learn more about your personality: Take the assessment here.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  You have to begin earlier than you think with your kids. It's an apprenticeship process. You have to invest the time with them in the early years to have the relationship you want when they are teens. Parenting is the hardest thing you'll ever do, but the most rewarding too. Check out GiANT OS Pro to check out the parenting course.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Building a healthy family starts with you. You have to do the work on yourself. If you know how to know yourself to lead yourself, then you will be ready to lead your kids. Know your personality, wiring and tendencies.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
5/15/202335 minutes, 9 seconds
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#023 Change Within

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Steve and Jeremie discuss  Vision. Do you have a Vision problem? Do others have Vision for you that is higher than your Vision for yourself? Are the opinions of others dictating your Vision for yourself? Steve mentioned that the primary responsibility of a leader is to set direction and cast Vision. Dream outside what you think is possible outside of your to-do list.  Five years from now, what are the things that you want to see happen?  Our guest on this episode is Dr. Jessica Rimmer. Jessica runs a GiANT agency called Solomon. To learn more or do reach out for her consulting services, check out her website.Jeremie asked Jessica what she sees working in businesses right now. She responded that people are tired of the conflict in the world. It's an important time for leaders to become healthy. There is an urgency around getting healthy and staying healthy. Leaders must think for themselves, own their point of view and be proactive in leadership. She sees the importance of helping leaders focus on what really matters from a sense of peace.  People don't have reserves yet, so if they are going to be able to function they have to work to get healthy.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "The primary responsibility of a leader is to set direction and cast Vision."Jeremie, "Dusting off Vision is really, really important. Use the 5 year mark. Do the work instead of letting someone else encroach on your vision."Jessica, " It was only in the doing it that I figured out why my life needed to be reordered."Tools:Jessica mentioned the "Self-Preservation" tool. Learn the details of that tool here.Jeremie mentions a 1st Gear and a 2nd Gear strategy. Learn about the 5 Gears tool here. If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.To create a free account on the GiANT Leadership Platform, go here. Episode Takeaway from Steve:  We have build a leader's toolkit for the world. Check it out here. Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: You have the opportunity to apprentice people and if you have vision it makes it easier.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
4/25/202334 minutes, 27 seconds
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#022 Driven By Curiosity

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Jeremie  mentions being in Greenbay, Wisconsin with a group named ReWired Dynamics led by Fritz Baertschy and Kim Galske. To learn more about them, check out their website here.Steve and Jeremie give an example of a Liberation statement for the Pioneer and Connector Voice. To learn more about the 5 Voices, sign up for a free account on the GiANT platform here. Landon talked about several GiANT tools like the Know Yourself to Lead Yourself tool and the CORE Process. You can access the entire toolkit by being part of the Pro Subscription on giantos.com for only $10 per month. Sign up here. Landon taught the CORE Process and here's what he says:Call It: What's the learning opportunity? What's the nudge? What does the data say?Own It: Why does that happen? What does the data mean?Respond: What's the one highest leverage action you can do to help make the data different next time? (Think strategy)Execute: When are you going to do it and how are you going to know you were successful?Landon says, "One of the untapped resources in the CORE process is to teach people to instigate 'leading up' conversations."Jeremie mentioned The GiANT Values. Here they are:Self-AwarenessHeroic GoalsIngenuityLoveOur favorite episode quotes: Jeremie, "We are unlocking the potential of people. To raise up liberators you have to unlock them. You have to have trust, you have to know who they are and how to connect with them. Walls of self-preservation will come down. Then they are more apt for change."Landon,  "Allow data to drive us to curiosity." If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach, watch the videos here and then sign up for our next cohort.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  We don't just work with the elite in businesses. We work with all types of workers. It's the simplicity of the GiANT tools that allow them to work so well.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Landon talked about the Communication Code  and it was inspirational to hear that Landon is using it.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
4/5/202334 minutes, 45 seconds
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#021 Life-Giving Leadership

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the intro, Steve and Jeremie share how to create a scaleable leadership culture:1. Share a common language2. and capture it in  common visual tools3. which allows for personal transformation4. which leads to team growth5. then multiply it outJeremie mentioned his son, Will Kubicek who has a company called  Six Summers. Check it out!Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "It's amazing what happens when you start working on yourself before you start working on other people."Michael,  " The tool that was impactful to me was the Know Yourself to Lead Yourself Tool."             Jeremie, "We're just getting started!" If you want to become a GiANT Certified Guide,  watch this video, then sign up for our next training cohort.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Model change, don't talk about change. When you're looking about bringing a change inside your teams or organization, are you teaching it or are you modeling?Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: What's the journey you need to go on for change? It's an inward journey that starts with you.To connect with Michael Williams, you can find him on LinkedIn.If your organization is ready to transform via GiANT, check out this affordable way to being.  GiANT PROCheck out the new GIANT Book Box Set now available on Amazon.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
3/13/202337 minutes, 38 seconds
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#020 A Journey to Leadership Growth

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Steve and Jeremie discuss the "glass half full" mentality of leaders. Inspired leaders carry the mantra, "Who says we can't!" Leadership Tools:The Influence Model - You have to have Character and Chemistry; Credibility and Competency to create trust with others. The question for a leader is, "Which of these areas are you most likely to lose credibility." Steve gave an example of himself. His natural desire to win can cause him to lose credibility with people. So at times he has to choose to not put winning ahead of the relationship. The key to learning through the Influence Model is to not get defensive when someone is honest with you about what areas need strengthened.Jeremie mentions his first book, Making Your Leadership Come Alive. This is available on Amazon.Our guest on this episode is Chandra Jarrett. She is an incredibly liberating leader. Here's some wisdom we glean from her:1. The narrative in my own head  used to be "I have to prove that I belong in this space". Now, learning my Voice order and doing the work, I have grown and shown up and become more confident.2.  My favorite tool is that leaders define culture and sub-leaders define sub-culture. I am not here to just train the highest level leaders, I get to help change the organization through everyone because each person gets to  Chandra mentioned several GiANT products and tools. Create a free account on giantos.com to access the products and services that Chandra offers. Be sure to take the 5 Voices Assessment.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Leadership is most needed when people are struggling."Chandra,  "I sit with clients and say, "We are going to go on a journey and it's going to take time. We are going to get healthy."Learn more about all of the GiANT Leadership tools by signing up for the giantos.com Pro subscription.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to  and watch the video, then book a demo.To create a free account on the GiANT Leadership Platform, go here. Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Make sure you know what it's like to be on the other side of you.  Be brave enough to ask the people who matter most, "How do I undermine my influence with you".Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Chandra went on a journey to be healthy not only for herself, but for others. If you're healthy, you can give out of the outflow. It's a journey that works.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
2/20/202334 minutes, 49 seconds
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#019 Leadership in the Sports World

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the opening, Jeremie and Steve talk about the difference between Voices. Take the 5 Voices Assessment and see what your leadership Voice is. Once you take it, share the link with your entire team so you can learn everyone's Leadership Voice. (Tip: it's also great for families).Jeremie mentioned The Farmstead that he and his wife have just opened. It's in Shawnee, Oklahoma and is a perfect place for weddings or events. Check it out at https://www.farmsteadvenue.com/ Starting in 2023, Jeremie and Steve will start teaching tools during each episode. This week, they begin with the 70:30 Tool. To learn more about this tool and the other GiANT tools, check us out here.In reference to this tool, here is the question for you. "What are you going to stop doing, start doing and continue doing?"Kevin DeShazo is our guest on this episode.  He runs the sport division of GiANT. Check out his work here.Kevin says two of the greatest needs in the Athletic World right now among leaders are:     How do we recruit on purpose?     How do we set clear expectations?  Jeremie mentions the "Meta Map" that he and Kevin have developed. To learn more about that, contact kevin via his website here..Kevin mentions 5 Voices for Recruiting. Learn more about that here.If you'd like Kevin to meet with you, your team or speak to your players, contact him at [email protected] favorite episode quotes: Steve, "If you can spend 70% of your time doing the things that come by nature to you and are energizing, and you can be unconsciously competent at, you'll always have the capacity to spend the other 30% of your time doing the things that are learned behaviors or unconscious competence."Jeremie, "The GiANT tools are like a mirror. They start penetrating areas of improvement. They show the broccoli in your teeth and gives you the chance to get it out yourself. They create self-awareness."Kevin, "It's the people activation that leaders in college sports are realizing they have to operate in a completely different mindset."Episode Takeaway from Steve: The ability to understand people and to be a person who is able to support and challenge for each individual is no longer a "nice to have", it's now a prerequisite to everyone who is going to lead.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: We have built an ecosystem where we invite people to play. We do it in a way that is low cost and it is a community.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to BECOME A GIANT GUIDE and watch the video, then book a demo.Do you want to bring GiANT into your organization? giantworldwide.comIf you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com  
1/18/202337 minutes, 38 seconds
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#018 - Superpowers

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Jeremie and Steve discuss all things, Royal Family, the Harry and Meghan Netflix series, Elon Musk and AI. To check out the AI site they pulled up during the podcast to create a unique poem, see this link: copy.aiHere's the poem they created on ai during the show:The Jeremie and Steve podcast showIs always filled with fun and flowThey chat and laugh and share their viewsOn everything from politics to shoesTheir humor and wit never failTo keep their listeners engaged and enthralledThey bring a fresh and lively perspectiveTo the topics they discuss, with great respectTheir chemistry is off the chartsAnd their friendship is truly heart-to-heartThey bounce ideas off each otherAnd challenge each other like no otherSo if you want to be entertainedTune in to the Jeremie and Steve podcast, oh so gainlyThey'll make you laugh and think and smileFor a while.The unpacked the idea of Leadership Superpowers. Jeremie's superpower is that he is able to call people up into who they really are. And Steve added that Jeremie is a natural encourager to peopleSteve's superpower is seeing potential in people that they haven't seen before. He helps people open up quickly so they can live into who they are made to be. He can help them design a roadmap to get to their future. Steve can also multiply unconscious competence and invest in people to teach them to do what you do. Steve mentions the 70:30 tool. This tool opens the possibility that you can spend the majority of time doing things that are part of your superpowers; things that are in your sweet spot.Jeremie mentioned that he is Connector/Creative/Pioneer. To find out your Voice order, Take this assessment: 5 Voices AssessmentLooking to 2023:What is Steve excited about in 2023? He's excited about some new frontiers that are brewing. He mentioned a possible partnership with previous GiANT Leadership Podcast guest Jaz Ampaw-Farr.What is Jeremie excited about in 2023? He's excited about the new GiANT Operating System.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve: "How do I not be the person who settles? How do I become the person who pushes on to use my superpowers to the best of. my ability."Jeremie:  "Think bigger and higher about your purpose and your superpowers."Here's the end of the year poem Steve pulled up through AI:Rise up, oh brave and boldIt's time to follow your vision and never grow oldFor too long you've been held backBy fear and doubt and lackBut now is the time to break freeAnd chase your dreams with gleeYour vision is a beacon brightGuiding you towards your destiny's mightSo ignore the naysayers and the skepticsAnd trust in yourself and your abilitiesFor you are capable of greatnessAnd you have what it takes to succeedSo rise up, oh brave and trueAnd follow your vision, it's your time to shine throughSo don't hesitate, don't hold backGo forth and seize your dreams, and never look backFor the world is waiting for youTo show them all that you can do.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to GiANT Guide Certification and watch the videos, and sign up to join our next remote training cohort.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
12/12/202238 minutes, 42 seconds
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#017 Catalysts for Growth

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:While announcing this episode, Jeremie gets a little tongue-tied and is about to announce he and Steve's previous podcast, The Liberator Podcast. Have a listen to that podcast here.In the introduction, Steve and Jeremie discuss the US, the UK and the economy in both. They talked through what it means to lead well when we can't fix things quickly. And what are the core principles that make a culture work? Jeremie boiled it down to humility.Q&AJamie from Ohio, "I've just become a manager of 8 team members at a manufacturing plant, what would be the first couple of things I should do to get off on the right foot?"Jeremie recommends "knowing your people to lead your people" and the 5 Voices Bootcamp. Steve recommends learning and using the Support/Challenge Matrix. To take the 5 Voices Assessment for yourself or even purchase licenses for your entire team, purchase here: 5 Voices ProIf you have a leadership question (that may end up on the show), reach out to Tracy at [email protected] favorite episode quotes: Steve, "We love on the Catalysts because we know how difficult that role is. Without Catalysts we wouldn't be seeing the growth of GiANT's impact within organizations."Jeremie, "Lead with authority and compassion not just because you're the "guy"!"Kayla,  "Our role as a Catalyst is really to accelerate the growth in people. How you help people become 100% starts with you. You being humble and not having pride. It's being intentional about being real with what your strengths and weaknesses are and sharing those stories and then being consistent with that. The language will do the work and the tools will do the heavy lifting if you are just continually putting them in front of people in whatever way works for your organization."Sam, "If you want to change teams, you have to start at the individual level. And when you see multiplication happen, you have to celebrate it!”If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.To create a free account on the GiANT Leadership Platform, go here. Episode Takeaway from Steve:  People don't want to know how much I know until they know how much I care.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Get healthy and multiply that healthy into other people.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:https://jeremiekubicek.com https://giantspeakers.comhttps://stevecockram.com/  
11/18/202237 minutes, 12 seconds
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#016 The Why's of What We Do

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Steve mentions that loss of integrity and honesty can bring a leader down, and people lose trust. People must know a leader is competent, but integrity and honesty must be in tact as well.Thank you to Victoria from Omaha, Nebraska for this episode's audience question:"My team keeps getting bogged down by tasks that aren't important to our vision. How do I get them to understand the priorities of their tasks?"Jeremie: If you're the leader, you get to set the tone. Jeremie mentioned GiANT CEO, Bronson Taylor who works through a BLITZ system of conducting team meetings. Make sure to share the strategy and then communicate. You must have relational trust for your people to want to follow you.Steve: Whenever there is an issue on a team, you have to be prepared to recognize that you're either looking in the mirror at your leadership or you have abdicated leadership of that team. You are responsible for what the team prioritizes. You have to create ways to  lift your head out of the details and look at the big picture.Interview with GiANT Guide, Andrew Robinson:Why do you do what you do, Andrew? Andrew says he does what he does because of the impact it has had on himself - his marriage, his parenting and at work. It also has a financial impact on his clients. They get to win! It can change a company's culture. He can also set his own schedule so he gets more time for his family and for self-care.Steve says the reason he does what he does is scalable influence, making a difference in the world by empowering others. That is what a 100X Leaders is. Steve mentions The 100X Leader book. To order that book from Amazon, go here.  It's about legacy at this stage of life.Jeremie says the reason he does what he does is that he gets to use business as a platform for influence. He gets to partner with people for liberation and multiplication.Why is coaching a good business and would you recommend it? Why?Andrew says to be a great leadership coach he sees some common factors in those who are successful at it: generosity and courage to do things that are uncomfortable; and curiosity that stems from humility. Our favorite episode quotes: Jeremie, "Let the world fund us to influence it. If it's not world class, then it's not good enough".Steve, "It's really about legacy at this stage of the game."Andrew,  "I'm challenging leaders to focus more on the process than the outcome." In the wrap-up Jeremie mentions his new book, The Peace Index. Order your copy here.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the videos. Sign up there for your preferred cohort date.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  There's something about being part of a tribe who wants to make a difference. If leadership is influence, then leadership is legacy.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: We have a phrase in GiANT, "We're just getting started." We are celebrating 10 years of building but we feel like we are just getting started.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
10/13/202239 minutes, 21 seconds
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#015 The World Needs Peace

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the intro, Jeremie mentions The Peace Index Book. To order a copy, go here: ORDER Also, check out Thepeaceindexbook.com and make sure to take the Peace Index Assessment.Jeremie mentions "People of Peace" and the "Examen". He encourages listeners to put a positive theme over yourself before you go to sleep. Jeremie's example was, "Expect Joy". Look for people of peace and become a person who keeps the Peace. Our panel of coaches on this episodes are equipped to work with you, your team or your entire organization. To learn more about what they have to offer or to reach out to one of them, check out their GiANT Storefronts:Brenton Collyer - brentoncollyer.giantos.com/storeRachel Ivers  - rachelivers.giantos.com/storeGabriel Achayo  - liberateafrica.giantos.com/storeCharlie Slagle - charlieslagle.giantos.com/storeCourtney Jordan - courtneyjordan.giantos.com/storeEpisode Take Away:Steve Cockram: In regards to provision, "What do you need v. what do you want" is a great thing to think through. If you have more than enough, be generous.Jeremie Kubicek: The Peace Index is a tool, a book, a course, a process that you go through on a regular basis.Many teams and organizations are ordering The Peace Index book to give to each member. Then they have a GiANT Guide come in and give a 45 minute keynote and they start a conversation around peace. If you'd like to do the same, order books in bulk here and then reach out to [email protected] to find a Guide in your area.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com 
10/6/202247 minutes, 15 seconds
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#014 Purpose Journey

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Jeremie mentions that he has been working with the University of Oklahoma Athletic Department. He says that they are learning about their Leadership Voices and the Know Yourself to Lead Yourself tool.  If you want to take the 5 Voices Assessment, do that here.Our guest on this episode is Maria Guy, Guardian/Nurturer. To contact Maria Guy: See her GiANT Storefront here. There you can find the 5 Voices Pro Assessment. Purchase licenses for all of your people so your team can begin to know themselves and each other.Thank you to Dwayne from Jacksonville, Florida for this episode's audience question:"I'm a manager. How do I get my people engaged? When I try to be intentional, it feels like I can't get them engaged? Maria's answer: Give yourself an opportunity to implement your learning for yourself first before sharing with your people. Let them see you apply things first. Jeremie's answer: Let your journey of growth do the heavy work so that trust and relationships are built. Then it will be natural for people to want to follow you.Our favorite episode quotes: Jeremie, "Very few leaders do a good job of transferring the magic they have. So when the leader leaves, all of that wisdom, background, connections and history goes out the door."Steve, "Go slower and deeper which means you go further and you end up doing it for longer." "If I died tomorrow, how much of my magic would go with you?"Maria,  "People don't think that multiplying is part of their job, but when they grasp it and make room for it, it transforms teams and organizations."If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then sign up and join the next certifiaiton cohort.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  It always starts with you. You never graduate from the school of self-awareness. I wish we could get to a certain level and then be done, but that's not the way it is. Ask yourself this: "how do I be the best version of me? How do I be intentional?"Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: The world needs better leaders. Leaders, it's the perseverance and the tenacity that builds unbelievable character. Be encouraged, if you are a leader working hard at it every day, we need you.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
9/14/202237 minutes, 46 seconds
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#013 The Power of Responsibility

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:As Chris introduces what he does at Herschend Entertainment, he calls it a privilege, a responsibility and a "holy burden". He is Chairman of the Board at this family business, Herschend Entertainment. They run theme parks, water parks, aquariums and tours. Where is our audience Q&A for this episode?: We hope you enjoy the leadership questions Steve and Jeremie answer during each episode. During this episode, we skipped the audience question to leave more time with our guest. If you have a leadership question that may end up on the show in the future, reach out to Tracy at [email protected] favorite episode quotes: Steve, "One of the most important things as a leader is to be responsible of their own growth. You can't give away what you don't possess."Chris,  "My family is my life's work and the most fun thing I get to do is to be Ashley's husband and get to be my kids' dad."                 Jeremie, ""The word responsible is about being held accountable. You have the ability to multiply and give yourself to people." Assessment: Chris mentions that he would like to go through the GiANT Program again to discover who he is. He is referring to The 5 Voices. To take the 5 Voices assessment, go here.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  What does it mean to lead through influence and how do you balance responsibility and authority when you are not the CEO who makes the ultimate decisions? You have to die to your own ego. How do we become people who leverage our influence for others and how do we make sure we give the right calibration of authority and responsibility of those we lead?Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Chris is a liberator and a freedom fighter. He thinks so much FOR people and FOR their benefit.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
9/6/202241 minutes, 33 seconds
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#012 Healthy Public Sector Leadership

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the opening, Steve and Jeremie talk about credibility and competency. Learn a helpful tool about being a leader people want to follow here.During the Q&A Steve mentions that there's a difference between leading uphill and leading downhill. People get more tired going uphill so they need a clear understanding of where they are going, why they are going there and what the reward will be.If you'd like to submit a leadership question for the podcast, reach out to us here: [email protected] from the interview with Sophie:Sophie shares about privilege and that if you have it, you get to share it. And it's like dominos. You still get to keep your privilege but you still get to give it away.Sophie also mentioned being able to make an impact in the Oklahoma Correctional Facilities.  She said that when she is able to serve those in crisis, she comes out understanding a lot more. She said, "We need to be able to understands people's experiences in order to lead well".Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Most leaders hire for competency and fire for character."Jeremie, "People are looking for lights and leadership. They are looking for people who have the energy and can catalyze".Sophie, "If you have privilege, try and share it. When you do that you get to watch the impact of organizations and cultures".Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Where's the challenge for me as a leader right now? Is there a competency or credibility gap in me right now? You can always work on competency and skills, but integrity is very hard to win back. So what would it take to have more integrity.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Sophie was transformed and liberated to be herself. She became activated by knowing her superpowers and now she is able to multiply. So, go do something. There's a journey and a process. Start!If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach, go here and watch the videos, and find a certification cohort that best fits your needs.Links for Sophie:LinkedInWebsiteIf you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
8/4/202240 minutes, 48 seconds
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#011 The Bulldog of Liberation

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the opening, Jeremie and Steve talk about integrity in leadership. They mention the Influence Model Tool. Learn more about that tool here.  During the Q&A with Tracy, Jeremie and Steve discuss the issue of someone who derails or dominates meetings. Jeremie mentions the Rules of Team Engagement. Learn more about how to conduct meetings where every voice is valued here.  And make sure your team knows the  5 Voices. Mike Oppedahl talks about how empowering people is addicting. He refers to the Support Challenge Matrix and the 5 Circles of Influence. Mike says in the part of the world he is in he is trying to find people who are hungry to see positive change and pour into those people.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "It's very hard to have self-preservation and be generous...Would the people who work with you and share life with you in a meaningful way, do they see generosity as a value that you live?"Mike, "The biggest lesson I learned is this: being a liberator to yourself on a regular basis is one of the most difficult tasks in the world".Episode Takeaway from Steve: Mike has a lack of self-preservation in order to push a frontier to make a difference with his life.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: When you can take the time to reflect on who you are and what you want, you can make sure that you  actually believe in what you're doing.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to summit.giantos.com/store/guide and watch the video, then book a demo.If your are in Asia and would like to connect with Mike Oppedahl or GiANT Asia: giantasia.co or [email protected] you want to bring GiANT into your organization? giantworldwide.comIf you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com  
6/29/202234 minutes, 15 seconds
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#010 Mental Health, Marines and Mrs. Wisconsin

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the opening, Steve refers to his wife as a Nurturer/Guardian. To learn more about this Leadership Voice, watch  here. He also mentions "First Gear Time" and what you do to recharge. To learn about The 5 Gears by watching here.Jeremie mentions that he and his son Will Kubicek are working on a new partnership called Six Summers. It's a father/son retreat business.  Stay tuned for more info.During the Q&A with Tracy, Jeremie and Steve discuss an employee who is not pulling their weight. Jeremie mentions the "Control the Controllables" tool. Hear the details of that leadership tool here. Jeremie also talks about being a responsive leader. Here's a tool to unpack the importance of being a responsive leader: Responsive v. ResistantTo submit a question that may be shared on an upcoming episode, reach out to Tracy at  [email protected] favorite episode quotes: Kim, "In regards to mental health it's taking yourself out of the equation, walking in empathy first, and trying to come at it from their perspective."Kim, "Everything in moderation and balance."Steve, " How to fulfill your potential? You have to have a "first gear" recharge strategy."Episode Takeaway from Steve: The importance of a first gear recharge strategy. Take the time with the people you work with to know their story.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: If you want to be an influencer then you have to be healthy.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to GiANT Guide Certification and watch the videos, and sign up to join our next remote training cohort.If you'd like to bring Kim and her business partner, Fritz in to work with your organization, contact them here: [email protected] you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com 
6/8/202235 minutes, 50 seconds
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#009 Humility-Based Leadership

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Steve and Jeremie discuss the Russian Invasion in Ukraine and what kind of leaders Putin and Zelensky are showing themselves to be. Jeremie says the leadership lesson from Putin is the impact of paranoia. Jeremie, "When you use domination and fear and manipulation it only produces 'yes men' around you."Steve's take on Putin, "You have to, as a leader, create a culture where you hear all the voices and you don't 'shoot' them when you don't like what they say." Steve adds that we may not be like Putin, but we have to ask ourselves, "Do I really hear the wisdom of all the people around me before I make decisions?"During the Q&A with Tracy, Jeremie mentions "knowing yourself in order to lead yourself". Learn more about this tool here. In response to the listeners question about getting buy-in from their team, Jeremie's response is to: 1. Understand your Voice 2. Find an ally that can collaborate with you. Steve's response is, "Take a step back and go back to collaboration. Share what you're thinking but invite other Voices to help shape the outcome." If you have a leadership question that may end up on the show, reach out to Tracy at [email protected] guest on this episode is Andrew Dahl, CEO of Dahl Automotive. He shared his secrets of keeping leadership health. Here's what he says:1. Stay humble (keep grounded in my faith and make prayer a priority)2. Eat a plant-based diet3. Exercise (outside as much as possible)Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "It's much easier for people to buy in to something that they feel they've had influence over shaping."Jeremie, "It's hard to be intentional, but when you are, it's so much more fulfilling and it's so much better for everyone involved."Andrew,  "In my role, when I see transformation happen in that individual leader's life...there's nothing better".Tools:Andrew mentioned the "Self-Preservation" tool. Learn the details of that tool here.Jeremie mentions a 1st Gear and a 2nd Gear strategy. Learn about the 5 Gears tool here. If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.To create a free account on the GiANT Leadership Platform, go here. Episode Takeaway from Steve:  As a leader, choose the vocabulary and language you are going to use, and make it so embedded in the culture and consistent that it delivers a change.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: As your team leaders go, so goes your organization. You have to have healthy "Sherpa" (leaders). The leader defines the culture first.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
3/22/202235 minutes, 44 seconds
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#008 A Spy's Perspective

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Jeremie mentions that he lived in Moscow after he graduated from college in the 1990's. Listen to his Russian Coup Story here.During the Q&A, Jeremie and Steve talk about hope. Within that conversation, Steve mentions the Discretion and Discipline Tool. Learn more about that tool here. If you would like to submit a leadership question for a future episode, go to [email protected] favorite episode quotes: Steve, "What you do with your time, with your talent and with your treasure really counts."Jeremie, "We need leaders worth following, versus people we have to follow".Doug, "I don't see him (Vladimir Putin) having the emotional intelligence to back down...We hope there are folks closer to him who are willing to stand up and be intentionally, willfully disobedient".If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Am I really giving of my best today for the things I really believe in and what I want to sacrifice for?Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: We can't control what's going on in the world, but we can be intentional with our families, ourselves and our teams. Use difficult world issues as a call up moment for yourself.Steve and Jeremie mentioned giving you a free GiANT leadership platform account. To sign up, go here.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here: https://giantspeakers.com
3/7/202241 minutes, 17 seconds
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#007 Leading Through Liberation

 Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Jeremie briefly mentions his time in Russia. Here's more information about his time there:  Watch HereDuring the Q&A Steve talks about being a "Protector". Learn more about what he means here: ProtectorJeremie talks about Effective Delegation and making sure to give every employee the support and challenge they need. Learn more about those tools here: Effective Delegation and Leader Mindset.We hope you enjoy the leadership questions Steve and Jeremie answer during each episode. If you have a leadership question that may end up on the show, submit your question at [email protected] InterviewOur guest on this episode is Amy Norton. Amy works with some of the largest companies and organizations in the world. If you'd like to contact her in regards to leadership development in your organization, email her at [email protected] the interview,  Steve and Jeremie refer to Amy as a Nurturer/Guardian. Learn more about that Leadership Voice order here. Steve also refers to The 100X Leader. Find out what that is here. Our favorite episode quotes: Jeremie, "A competency gap? You can bridge it. A character gap is difficult."Steve, "We often hire for competency and fire for character. Rather, we should hire for character and train the competency." (Referring to the Peter Schutz quote.)Amy, "My battlecry for this year is relentless pursuit of rest and recharge." Tools:Steve and Jeremie refer to Amy  as a "Nurturer" Voice. To learn more about the Leadership Voices, take this assessment: 5 Voices AssessmentIf you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.Episode Takeaway from Steve: You'll never lead more effectively than when you lead with the way that you were wired by nature. Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Not listening to the negativity leads to rest. We have to be full in order to give. Send any questions to: [email protected] you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
2/14/202241 minutes, 20 seconds
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#006 Multiplying Leadership

 Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Steve and Jeremie talk about the current political climate in Russia. Jeremie mentions that he used to live there. Hear more about his time in Russia on this episode of Unreal Stories.During the Q&A with Tracy, Steve mentions alignment and communication within a team. To receive a free trial on GiANT.tv so that you can use the Teams Assessment, go to giant.tv/freeaccount, set up your account and then click the button that says "Free 5 Voices Bootcamp". You'll be able to connect with an expert here at GiANT that can show you how they can help strengthen your team.Our favorite episode quotes: Suzi: "I wake up everyday thinking, 'I get to do this! I actually get to work for the good of people in a way that fits me. It has changed my life!"Jeremie: "Liberated people liberate people."Steve: "Wherever you are a multiplier you are making an exponential difference over the coming months and years in your family, teams and organization."Tools:Jeremie and Steve mention two tools in the introduction. Learn more about the Support/Challenge Matrix here.  Learn about the Self-Preservation tool here.During the interview with Suzi, Steve mentions the 70:30 tool. Learn more about that tool here. Suzi has helped to create GiANT DEI training. To bring this training to your organization, reach out to her at [email protected] you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  The world is crying out for leaders of integrity; leaders who are willing to make difficult decisions, to get themselves as healthy as they can, and then to be prepared to sacrificial multiply that into the lives of others.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: We are trying to help people step into their true identity.If you'd like to bring Suzi in to work with your organization, contact her here: [email protected] you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
1/31/202240 minutes, 26 seconds
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#005 Bringing Technology Into Leadership Development

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Steve mentions early adopters and Pioneers. You'll hear a lot about Pioneers in this episode since our guest, Bronson Taylor has the primary leadership Voice of Pioneer and so does Steve. Here's more on the Pioneer Voice and more on the "laggard" conversation: listen here.During the Q&A with Tracy, Jeremie mentions influence in two key areas: chemistry and character; competency and credibility. Learn more about that tool here. Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Master the basics and get a great reputation for being a hard-working, consistent deliverer of whatever your boss needs you to do."  (referring to how to prove to your boss that you're worthy of a leadership position).Steve, "The three things I admire most in leaders: humility, competence and generosity."Bronson, "Something that has helped me on my journey of humility is to learn the Voices." Bronson, "Leaders have to be the ones that are a half step ahead of everyone else."Bronson, "Life evolves; it's fluid. Play the role that you're supposed to play in that season, and play it with all your heart."Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Steve asks the question, "What are three values that you most want people to say about you? How much is that true on the other side of you?"Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Look for people of peace; people who have the same DNA as you who can represent your brand well. At GiANT we review our roles annually. It's not about the role, it's about what the organization needs.How to find us:If you have any questions or would like to book a call with someone at Giant: [email protected] you'd like to connect with Bronson Taylor: LinkedIn.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach or an internal champion which we call a Catalyst,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
1/17/202243 minutes, 24 seconds
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#004 The Self-Aware Leader

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Jeremie talks about his time in Cancun when he and his wife were hit by a drunk driver. Listen to more details about that story here.We hope you enjoy the leadership questions Steve and Jeremie answer during each episode. If you have a leadership question that may end up on the show, reach out to Tracy at [email protected] guest on this episode is Brad Lomenick. He is a strategic advisor and the author of H3 Leadership: Be Humble. Stay Hungry. Always Hustle  He writes about leadership, the next generation, creativity, innovation, social media, teamwork, personal growth, generational issues, execution, and other topics. Check out his website.Do you want to watch the Youtube video from Catalyst that Brad, Steve and Jeremie refer to; the one where the guy gets shot out of a cannon? Watch here. During the interview, Brad refers to a Leadership Intensive he went through with Steve. To learn more about a Leader Intensive for yourself, inquire at [email protected] favorite episode quotes: Jeremie, "Insecurity and pride produces drama".  Steve, "The hardest thing for leaders who are successful already is to embrace the fact that growth always means owning the things that are not good about us, or the things we struggle with, or the things we'd really rather not deal with."Brad,  "I want to help those younger leaders coming up behind me to have a framework for leadership that is functional and intentional".Tools:Steve and Jeremie refer to Brad as a "Pioneer" Voice. To learn more about the Leadership Voices, take this assessment: 5 Voices AssessmentIf you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Be prepared to go through a painful process when you decide to become self-aware.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: When we get healthy as leaders, we can then go multiply out to those around us (like Brad Lomenick is doing).If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
12/21/202147 minutes, 31 seconds
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#003 Tools to Create Belonging

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the Q&A with Tracy, Jeremie and Steve discuss the 70:30 Principle. To learn how to implement this leadership tool, watch this.  They also discussed the Control the Controllables Tool. This tool is still in development. Continue to check the Toolkit Series on giant.tv for updates. If you'd like to submit a leadership question for the podcast, reach out to us here: [email protected] from the interview with Jaz Ampaw-Farr:The tools that have had an impact on Jaz: The 5 Voices tool is explained here.  The Who Says You Can't Tool is explained here.Jaz mentioned the Nature, Nurture Choice tool and said she likes to say "Nature, Nurture, Now!". Here's the tool explained.Everyday Heroes  is explained on Jaz' TedX: http://bit.ly/JazTEDLearn more about the Inhibition v. Prohibition tool (Also called the Who Says You Can't tool) here.Our favorite episode quotes: Jaz, "A witness is very powerful because it's empathy; it's not sympathy".Jaz, "Everybody has access to become an Everyday Hero." Learn more here: https://jazampawfarr.comEpisode Takeaway from Steve:  Learning how to lead in the world that is now, rather than the world that was. We need to find mentors who are younger than us to help us see the world. Find people who are different than you and become a learner of them.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: We give tools that anyone can use, which help with emotional intelligence, personality and IQ. They are all designed to help unlock the potential inside of us.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach, go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.If you'd like to bring Jaz in to work with your organization or as a keynote speaker, contact her here:https://jazampawfarr.comJaz' Social Media:https://www.linkedin.com/in/jazampawfarrhttps://twitter.com/jazampawfarrhttps://www.instagram.com/jazampawfarryoutube.com/c/JazAmpawFarr/videoshttps://www.facebook.com/jazampawfarrIf you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
12/7/202136 minutes, 10 seconds
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#002 Made for Relational Interaction

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the Q&A with Tracy, Jeremie and Steve discuss the Go to the Source Tool. To learn how to implement this leadership tool, watch this.  Jeremie announced that GiANT Guide and former professional golfer, Thane Marcus Ringler, is hosting The Leadership Majors at Pinehurst on March 31-April 3, 2022. Check it out and see if you can make it.During Jeremie's interview with Jeff Broadnax, Jeff says the biggest "ah-hah" for him during his time with GiANT is the Inhibition v. Prohibition tool, otherwise known as the Who Says You Can't tool. Learn details about this tool here.Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Drama and Gossip are the biggest culture killers".Jeremie, "The 5 Voices is a communication and relationship system; it's an alignment process; it leads to execution and capacity. It's not a one-time thing."Jeff, "The GiANT tools are sticky, sustainable and relatable, not just in the business sense and the corporate sense, but in our personal lives as well."Episode Takeaway from Steve:  When it comes to profile/personality trainings, you won't lose what you've learned if you add 5 Voices or the GiANT system to your learning; it's scalable and applicable for your teams.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: GiANT gives leaders a new language, tools and a process to equip them in their coaching business.If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.If you'd like to bring Jeff in to work with your organization, contact him here: [email protected] If you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com  
11/12/202135 minutes, 47 seconds
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#001 Leaders Define Culture

Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:In the introduction, Steve jokes about going on vacation with just his wife excluding the kids, and he mentions his 5 Voices Parenting series. To watch that series, check this out.During the Q&A with Tracy, Jeremie mentions Sherpa Training. To access this training for your team or organization, reach out at [email protected]  Steve mentions the book that he and Jeremie co-wrote called The 5 Gears. Purchase on Amazon. You can also go through The 5 Gears Masterclass for free. And if you have leadership question that may end up on the show, reach out to Tracy at [email protected] introducing our guest and at the end of the interview, Steve mentions an interview with he and Abraham Gin. Listen to that interview here. Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "People leave leaders, they don't usually leave jobs".  Steve, "You can't give what you don't possess".Abraham,  "I needed to do something that was more aligned to my bandwidth, to my capacity, that really matched to my provision and to my purpose in my life."Tools:Abraham said the tool that has been the most profound in his life is the Support/Challenge Matrix. Learn more about that tool here.Jeremie mentions the GiANT DEI training. To bring this training to your organization, reach out at [email protected] you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach,  go to giantworldwide.com and watch the video, then book a demo.Episode Takeaway from Steve:  Multiplication is valuable when you do it well. Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: There is power in personal connection.If you'd like to bring Abraham in to work with your organization, contact him here: [email protected] you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here:  https://giantspeakers.com
10/29/202134 minutes, 24 seconds