FranklinCovey On Leadership

Season 31 features interviews with Laura Morton, Jacob Morgan, Martin Moore, Sheila Johnson, Dr. Robert Waldinger, Sarah Harden, Jason Jaggard, Ed Bastian, Stephen M. R. Covey, and Sal Khan.

Season 31

Episode 301
Laura Morton

Things get vulnerable in this conversation with multiple NYT bestselling author Laura Morton. A must listen for any parent, leader, or human, this episode highlights the significance of understanding and managing anxiety in as healthy a way as possible, which starts with important conversations just like this.

Episode 302
Jacob Morgan

You can transform yourself, your team, and your organization by putting Jacob Morgan’s book title to work in your life. Jacob shares his journey as an entrepreneur and how he became passionate about creating organizations where people want to show up.

Episode 303
Martin Moore

Leaders today must have a strong sense of identity and focus on getting results through their teams. Wall Street Journal bestselling author, leadership coach, and podcast host Martin Moore wants all leaders to know the importance of these leadership skills as they hone their leadership capability and business acumen.

Episode 304
Sheila Johnson

There’s no such thing as overnight success. It’s a concept brought to life by Sheila Johnson, the co-founder of BET and America’s first black female billionaire. Sheila shares the importance of passion and knowing oneself in pursuing a successful career as she reflects back on her own 50-year journey filled with ups and downs.

Episode 305
Dr. Robert Waldinger

The factors that contribute to a happy and healthy life are not a mystery—despite how we often feel. Psychiatrist and lead author of the book The Good Life: Lessons from the World’s Largest Scientific Study of Happiness, Dr. Bob Waldinger, shares a few key findings from the study that has been ongoing for 85 years.

Episode 306
Sarah Harden

It is more important than ever before to build a culture that attracts and retains world-class executives and fosters collaboration and teamwork. That is one of several values outlined by Sarah Harden, CEO of Hello Sunshine, a media brand that focuses on putting women at the center of every story they create and champion.

Episode 307
Jason Jaggard

Learn the secrets world-class coaches use to help the best get better with author and CEO of Novus Global, Jason Jaggard. Jason shares the importance of going beyond high performance and continuously growing and improving as a leader.

Episode 308
Ed Bastian

People-driven and customer-focused is how Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastain intentionally chooses to lead his team of 100,000 global professionals. Ed shares personal stories of Delta employees going above and beyond to assist passengers in difficult situations, highlighting the value of empathy and humanity in customer interactions.

Episode 309
Stephen M. R. Covey

The work required to build a high trust culture starts with you. New York Times bestselling author Stephen M. R. Covey outlines the importance of extending trust to others and the need for leaders to go first by setting the stage for high-trust engagement.

Episode 310
Sal Khan

Author and founder of the Khan Academy, Sal Khan, shares his journey of starting Khan Academy and how it has grown to become a platform with over 150 million users worldwide.

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