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The TalentGrow Show: Grow Your Leadership and Communication Skills

Are you a leader who is always looking to take your game to the next level? Maybe you’re new to leadership or aspiring to become a leader? This podcast is for self-motivated and growth-oriented current and future leaders who want actionable, results-oriented insight and advice on how to take their leadership, communication, and people skills to the next level and become the kind of leader people *want* to follow.
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Jul 26, 2016

Jeremy Epstein is not a leadership expert – he’s a marketing expert (and a great one at that). But he is a real-life, in-the-trenches leader who has embarked on a self-development journey to become a better people manager. He has chosen a very unique approach to both how he is sourcing advice and in sharing his journey. And in this fast-moving, robust conversation with The TalentGrow Show’s host Halelly Azulay, Jeremy shares his approach and some of his insights that have been yielding spectacular results in his own leadership development journey, in the hopes of inspiring you to do the same. You’ll get more than inspiration, though – you’ll get really specific, actionable ideas and advice for how to take your own people management and leadership skills to the next level! Take a listen now!

Jul 12, 2016

In this episode Halelly talks with Bill Treasurer, author, speaker, and Chief Encouragement Officer of Giant Leap Consulting, about common leadership mistakes and his advice for becoming a more courageous leader. They discuss why fear has become the “four-letter F word” and why courage (coupled with morality) is so important. They get into an interesting conversation about the best approach to the tension in leadership advice between ‘be yourself’ and ‘fake it till you make it’ and why being congruent is really important (and Bill “sings” its praises… literally ;) ). And Bill suggests we take a stance against some lessons that were ingrained into us in our childhood – listen to find out which ones.

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