FranklinCovey On Leadership

Season 3 features interviews with Doris Kearns Goodwin, Stephen M. R. Covey, Karen Dillon, Marché Barney, Dewitt Jones, Kory Kogon, General Stanley McChrystal, Scott Miller, Nely Galan, and Anne Chow.

Season 3

Episode 21
Doris Kearns Goodwin

Join Pulitzer Prize-winning author and presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, as she shares leadership lessons from four extraordinary U.S. presidents—Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson—such as seeking mentors, fostering resilience, and developing the ultimate leadership combination of confidence and humility.

Episode 22
Stephen M. R. Covey

When we want to build trust, we usually begin with our integrity. Join New York Times bestselling author Stephen M. R. Covey as he argues that equally important is our credibility: delivering results, making and keeping commitments, and staying loyal to the absent.

Episode 23
Karen Dillon

Join Karen Dillon, former editor of the Harvard Business Review, to learn how to apply proven business theories that enhance your personal life and leadership legacy. She shares how to stay open to emergent opportunities, clarify your sense of purpose, and leverage the major insight that transformed her own career.

Episode 24
Marché Barney

Join senior consultant Marché Barney as she demonstrates best practices around eye contact, voice, body movement, and gestures, so you can facilitate and present to audiences more effectively.

Episode 25
Dewitt Jones

Join National Geographic photographer Dewitt Jones as he shows how to apply the creativity, openness, and perspective of photography to your leadership approach. Learn the behind-the-scene stories behind his most breathtaking work—and how you can use your phone camera as a creative leadership tool.

Episode 26
Kory Kogon

Join bestselling author and productivity expert Kory Kogon to learn how to consistently accomplish your most important tasks amidst urgencies, interruptions, and competing priorities.

Episode 27
General Stanley McChrystal

Join retired four-star general Stanley McChrystal as he shares what we can learn from the geniuses, heroes, power brokers, reformers, founders, and zealots across history.

Episode 28
Scott Miller

Join FranklinCovey executive vice president Scott Miller to learn how to listen as a leader, and the simple tip that can drastically improve your ability to listen empathically. He also shares why leaders—and loved ones—should focus on strengths, instead of weaknesses.

Episode 29
Nely Galan

Join Emmy Award-winning Nely Galán, the first Latina president of entertainment for a U.S. television network, as she discusses how to become self-made by embracing risk, learning from failure, and sacrificing for a greater vision.

Episode 30
Anne Chow

Join Anne Chow, AT&T’s president of national business, to learn how to develop your own authentic leadership by focusing on your strengths, curiosity, and confidence—and the three keys to developing women leaders.

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