My guest Kai-Jürgen Lietz has written a book about storytelling called "Storytellity". He explains the power of telling stories. Although it goes back to the stone age, you can easily apply it to modern-day (business) contexts.
We talk about
In this solo episode, I explain what leaders should read and listen to to get insights and perspectives. Contrary to popular belief, leadership is less about talking and more about listening. I tell you what I read and consume and how you can g
Becoming a thought leader is an essential part of transitioning into senior leadership roles. It's not enough to be an expert. You also have to be able to communicate your ideas to a broad audience.
My guest Rhea Wessel, a journalist by trai
How do you generate or refine a business model? In this episode, I introduce the Business Model Generation canvas developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur.
I describe the nine building blocks and dive into different business model
Defining and executing strategy is one of the most important tasks of a leader. In this episode, I explain what strategy is, what it isn’t, and how it differs from other concepts such as operational excellence.
I discuss two principles you c
Wellbeing is on everybody’s mind. Who doesn’t want to be well, healthy and happy, after all? In this episode, I’m talking to a real expert in this field, Dr. Anat Itay-Sarig.
We discuss what well-being means, why it’s more than just the occa
As a leader, you will have a message that you want to communicate to your customers, your staff, the general public. Your message is important to you, so people should remember it. For that, it needs to be “sticky”. If you want to persuade peop
We negotiate things big and small constantly, often without even noticing it. Despite this, many feel uneasy when facing an important negotiation. Often, we’re also not good at it.
In this episode of the Wholegrain Leadership Podcast, I spea
Giving and receiving feedback is one of the essential capabilities of a leader. In this episode, I will explain a straightforward set of rules to apply when giving and receiving feedback.
If you are the person giving the feedback, always spe
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