FranklinCovey On Leadership
Jennifer McCollum, CEO of Linkage and author of In Her Own Voice: A Woman’s Rise to CEO, explores the challenges and hurdles that women face in their journey to leadership positions.
NYT bestselling author and co-founder of Brand Builders, Rory Vaden discusses the importance of self-discipline, perseverance, and having a clear vision for success.
Prepare your hearts with this engaging interview featuring NYT bestselling author Nedra Glover Tawwab.
Dr. Lindsay Gibson, author of Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents: How to Heal from Distant, Rejecting, or Self-Involved Parents joins On Leadership to discuss and reflect on modern parenting.
Bestselling author, coach, speaker, and entrepreneur Dean Graziosi has learned a lot from his time working with Tony Robbins, but he says this concept about life has been most impactful for him.
Former journalist and two-time debating world champion, Bo Seo, emphasizes the need for clarity in arguments, the importance of understanding the other person’s perspective, and the value of crafting persuasive arguments.
Professor of business and leadership at Harvard Business School, Dr. Amy Edmondson, discusses her new book The Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well.
Author and professor of psychology at San Diego State University, Dr. Jean Twenge, explores the various characteristics that define generations.
New York Times bestselling author Morgan Housel returns to On Leadership a second time to discuss his newest book, Same as Ever: A Guide to What Never Changes.
Matt Higgins, a successful serial entrepreneur and author of the book Burn the Boats: Toss Plan B Overboard and Unleash Your Full Potential.