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David Novak hosts real leadership conversations with the best CEOs, Founders & Entrepreneurs in business, sports and entertainment to talk about how they get such incredibly good things done and how they are making a difference in their communities. David, a former co-founder and CEO himself, has been asking great questions and learning from top leaders his whole life. Now he breaks down the key learnings so that by the end of each episode, you’ll have something simple you can apply as you d ...
 
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Today’s guest is Paul Varga, the former Chairman and CEO of Brown-Forman, the largest distilling company in the world with brands like Jack Daniels and Woodford Reserve. They have a saying at Brown-Forman, “Build Forever.” The company started in 1890, and the way Paul sees it, it was his responsibility to steward two key parts of the business. He w…
 
Today's guest is Molly Fletcher, who CNN hailed as the female Jerry Maguire, for her work negotiating over $500 million in contracts as a sports agent. If I were to ask you what you do for a living, my guess is you likely wouldn't respond with “I'm a negotiator.” But when you think about it, you're in negotiations multiple times a day: as you colla…
 
Today's guest is Patrick Spence, the CEO of Sonos. So many tech companies that build consumer products are set up in a way where they make their products obsolete every time they launch a new product. The idea is that the minute the new device is available, their customers will abandon the old product and buy the newest model. But what's interestin…
 
Today's guest is Terry McGurk, the Chairman of the Atlanta Braves. In 2016, right after the Braves went 68-93 (a pretty rough season), Terry told me that it would take five years to turn the franchise around. Well guess what? He had a turnaround plan that worked. And in 2021, the Braves won the World Series, which is exactly what he predicted. In t…
 
Today’s guest is Larry Bossidy … the former chairman and CEO of Honeywell International and author of the book Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done. Have you ever put together a business strategy that didn’t work? Or perhaps the plans to execute that strategy weren’t effective and ultimately, you failed? Building a strategy is one thing…
 
Today’s guest is Elane Stock, the CEO of ServiceMaster Brands. There’s an adage I’m sure you’ve heard: the only way to gain control is to give up control. If you’ve ever run a business or led a team, you know how true this statement is. I’m sure you also know how hard it can be to give up control. But if we want our companies to grow, we have to le…
 
Today’s guest is James Gorman, the Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley. In Australia, there’s something known as the Tall Poppy Syndrome. In a field of poppies, there are always one or two that stand out from the rest and it disrupts the beauty of the field. And so for that reason, they’ll snip off those poppies … they trim them down so they don’t s…
 
Today’s guest is Jim Nantz, an Emmy Award winning sports commentator, and in my opinion, the top sports commentator in the world! He’s the voice of the NFL on CBS, the NCAA’s March Madness, and golf—in particular, the Masters. As you well know, Jim is an incredible storyteller and communicator. He is able to pull stories and statistics seemingly fr…
 
In this BONUS episode of How Leaders Lead, David shares the introduction to his new book, Take Charge of You: How Self-Coaching can Transform your Life and Career. Find out how to take the methods and metrics of coaching into your own hands and find the success you want in life.由David Novak
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Tom House, a world-renowned expert in the biomechanics of throwing who's coached elite athletes like Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Nolan Ryan, and Greg Maddux. He's been called a quarterback whisperer and a pitching guru, but if you ask him, he prefers to simply be called “coach.” Tom is the preeminent pioneer who brought science …
 
Today's guest is Stephanie Stuckey, the CEO of Stuckey’s. This company started in 1937 by Stephanie's grandfather who opened a single store in eastern Georgia. It was one of the country's first roadside retail shops. At its peak in the 1970s, Stuckey’s had grown to 368 stores in 40 states, along pretty much every major interstate. From humble begin…
 
Today’s guest is Shantanu Narayen, the Chairman and CEO of Adobe. It’s the leader’s job to communicate the vision of the company in a way that ignites the hearts and minds of the people they lead and plant the flag of a big idea. Our teams don’t show up simply for the paycheck. They want something bigger to be a part of, a compelling vision to get …
 
Today's guest is Larry Senn, who's actually the father of corporate culture, and the Chairman and Senn Delaney. Larry and his business partner were hired by Sam Walton in the early days of Walmart. And it was there that Larry began to understand the intangible part of an organization that really makes a difference. Today, we call this company cultu…
 
Today's guest is Brittany Fuisz, the Founder and CEO of Malibu Mylk. Building something from scratch is not easy. In fact, the majority of businesses that launched don't make it past five years. So what is it that allows some companies to thrive while others fail? Whoever leads the business in the mindset they approach their work with is a key ingr…
 
Today's guest is Scott Hamilton, an Olympic gold medalist and founder of the Scott Hamilton Cares Foundation, an organization that is working to eliminate cancer. Now, Scott obviously doesn't need much of an introduction. You already know about his gold medal and figure skating. You probably have seen his incredible backflips on the ice. And you ha…
 
Today's guest is Ken Chenault, the Former Chairman and CEO of American Express, and the current Chairman and Managing Partner of General Catalyst, a dynamic private equity firm. Now, if you run a business or lead a team, there are moments when you need to lean into confrontation. And I don't mean dance around the confrontation, I'm talking about fa…
 
Today's guest is Aneel Bhusri, the Co-Founder, Co-CEO and Chairman of Workday, an American on‑demand financial management and human capital management software vendor. When Aneel started Workday with David Duffield, they defined a handful of core values for their company. Now this is pretty common practice for business leaders, but here's the probl…
 
Today’s guest is Ginni Rometty, the Former Chairman, President and CEO of IBM and current Co-Chairman of the OneTen Initiative. Rising through the ranks from systems engineer to CEO, Ginni has learned to be comfortable with situations outside her comfort zone, because that’s where she grew the most in her journey as a leader. While leading IBM, Gin…
 
Today's guest is Dave Calhoun, the President and CEO of Boeing, the largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners Defense, Space and security systems. Dave joined Boeing as CEO in January of 2020, and little did he know the challenges that he’d be up against only a couple months later, when COVID hit. But what Dave has …
 
Today's guest is Will Ahmed, the Founder and CEO of WHOOP, a wearable fitness tracker that measures a few key metrics to help top athletes and everyday consumers achieve peak performance. You're going to learn that Will is an incredibly sharp young leader. Believe it or not, he's in his early 30s, running a company that was recently valued at $3.6 …
 
To round off 2021, today’s episode features six of David’s favorite insights from the year from leaders like Marvin Ellison, Indra Nooyi, and Tom Brady. You’re going to learn about how to react to overwhelming and scary situations with focus, confidence, planning, and communication. Plus, David will teach you his number one exercise for taking stoc…
 
Today's guest is Steve Kerr, the head coach of the Golden State Warriors. Earlier in his career as a player, Steve won three NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls alongside the one and only Michael Jordan. He then went on to win two more titles playing for the San Antonio Spurs, and then he became a coach and won three more titles for the Warriors. Nee…
 
From the United States Marine Corps to Wall Street, Eric Gleacher believes the world belongs to the aggressive. After one round of golf with the right person, the trajectory of his career changed as he pursued his dream of working in finance. After only four years at Lehman Brothers, Eric became a partner and was a large part of establishing the me…
 
A force of positivity and pioneer of Financial Technology, Alexa von Tobel felt so strongly about democratizing financial advice for Americans that she dropped out of Harvard business school to build her first business, LearnVest, in 2008. After revolutionizing digital financial services, she sold LearnVest the very same week that she gave birth to…
 
Scott Mahoney, the Chairman and CEO of Peter Millar, goes the distance to for quality in how he shapes the brand and develops his people. Coming up in business, it wasn’t until Scott worked at Polo that he found his love for golf and apparel sales married in an exciting career. He was inspired to buy Peter Millar during the long drive back from a U…
 
Dr. Neal ElAttrache is a renowned American orthopedic surgeon best known as the Lead Physician for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Rams — as well as his patents and innovation in sports medicine. As a leader, Neal believes strongly in the three “A’s” — Affability, Availability, and Ability. Listen as David and Neal discuss why chasing passion is a sure…
 
The Creative Artists Agency, or CAA as it’s commonly referred to, is the world’s largest talent and sports agency. CAA represents the top artists in show business — names like Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Ben Platt, Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan and more. At the helm of the music division is Rob Light, a managing partner and worldwide chief. The tr…
 
How do leaders navigate conversations about the challenges parents, and especially women, face in the workplace? The first step is to simply have the conversation and get the shared perspectives of men and women. In this special episode from the How Leaders Lead Insight Series, Ashley Novak Butler, the Executive Director of the Lift-a-Life Foundati…
 
Co-founder and CEO of ianacare, Jessica Kim was thrust into the role of caregiver when her mother fell ill. Both of her parents moved in with her, and through this challenging and isolating time, Kim discovered the need to connect and offer support to those in similar positions. Listen as Jessica and David discuss the realities of caregiving, the p…
 
Anyone listening this show knows that I am absolutely passionate about the game of golf, and how blessed I am to have been able to play with some of the top players in the game. So we thought we'd mix things up a little bit and create an episode featuring some of the best stories we've heard from around the golf course - some that I'm sure you've n…
 
As Chairman and CEO of one of the largest family-owned businesses, Chick-Fil-A, Dan Cathy attaches an “in-training” modifier to his name cards as a reminder to continue learning, growing and making mistakes. As a leader, Dan believes that internal service quality will be reflected externally, which informed the decision to remain closed on Sundays.…
 
Tom Brady, quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, leads with Performance. Coming to Tampa Bay after winning his last Super Bowl with the New England Patriots in 2019, Tom was excited to learn how to play football with a new team. He learned that no one wanted to hear him say, ‘here’s how the Patriots did this,’ and so he focused on building trus…
 
Representing HR professionals from around the world, Johnny Taylor is President and CEO of SHRM, The Society for Human Resource Management. With a background in law and HR across many different industries — the connective thread for Taylor has always been people. Listen as David and Johnny discuss impacting 115 million people through SHRM, what he …
 
Jimmy Dunne, one of the founders of Sandler O'Neill + Partners which was acquired by Piper Jaffray in January 2020, leads with true tenacity, anticipation and grit. Nearly decimated by the attacks of September, Jimmy led his firm, Sandler O'Neill, to become the largest independent full-service investment banking firm focused on the financial servic…
 
When Alberto Carvalho took the job as Superintendent of the country’s fourth largest district, Miami-Dade, he was faced with an impossible challenge. To overcome three levels of bankruptcy for the school district, Carvalho reinvented the school system, eliminating poor performers and focusing on results and data-driven decision making. Listen as Da…
 
Formerly the #1 tennis player in the world, Andy Roddick leads with mental strength, preparation and a sense of humor. Since his retirement from professional tennis in 2012, Roddick has been inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. As a businessman, Roddick has found success with his non-profit, The Andy Roddick Foundation, and his Tenn…
 
Becky Frankiewicz, the President of ManpowerGroup North America, leads with a dauntless drive to find and deliver solutions to significant problems. As a marketing and finance executive in various roles at PepsiCo, Becky took on the challenges of turning around Quaker Oats and creating better snack options for working women. When she was invited to…
 
​​Timo Boldt, the Founder and CEO of Gousto, leads with the curiosity to set big goals and learn everything he needs to achieve them. Timo is disrupting the grocery and restaurant categories in the United Kingdom with his subscription meal kit company, which he founded at the ripe old age of 27 years old. Now, Gousto is the largest meal kit company…
 
In this special episode of the How Leaders Lead podcast, listeners will learn that all top leaders are incredible “AVID LEARNERS” - people who’ve demonstrated a real commitment to continuous learning throughout their careers. They all learn by DOING. They all ASK a lot of QUESTIONS and LISTEN CLOSELY for real insights. And at some stage of their ca…
 
Today’s guest is Lonnie Ali, the wife of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. Lonnie is an incredible leader who has devoted her life to making the world a better place. In 1992, Lonnie incorporated and served as Vice President and treasurer of Greatest of All Time, Inc. or (G.O.A.T). Today she is a lifetime director and vice chair of the Muhammad Ali Cen…
 
With a 20-year history in technology, Former CEO of NASDAQ, Bob Greifeld is a relentless leader in every way imaginable. An English major-turned computer specialist, Bob approached his job interview at NASDAQ in a strategic way, laying out his detailed plan for the ailing stock index. He had studied NASDAQ for years and knew what needed to happen. …
 
Co-Founder and CEO of Twilio, Jeff Lawson is a serial entrepreneur and technologist with a career including both large companies and a series of start-ups. Jeff leads with knowledge, a visceral connection to the customer’s problem, and the understanding of how to connect executives with software developers. Listen as Jeff and David discuss his time…
 
Wendy Clark is CEO of Dentsu International, a 120 year-old multinational media and digital marketing communications company headquartered in London. As the first female CEO of a big six global advertising agency, Clark approaches leadership like a marketer and attributes her success as a leader to this strategy. Listen as David and Wendy discuss br…
 
Former CEO of The Gap, Banana Republic and J.Crew, Mickey Drexler has always had a keen instinct for merchandising and a philosophical commitment to following his gut in business. Drexler’s impact on pop culture is astounding as his fingerprint can be found on almost every fashion retail success over the last thirty years. Listen as Mickey and Davi…
 
Former President and CEO of Franklin-Covey Leadership, Stephen M. R. Covey felt compelled to transition his career from business leadership to thought leadership with his book, The Speed of Trust. Listen as NewYorkTimes and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author Stephen and David discuss mission-driven business, feeding your strengths and the in…
 
As CEO of Amway, the world’s largest direct selling company, Milind Pant attributes his professional success to cultural sensitivity and leading with love and empathy. With a career full of global roles and travel, Pant swears by daily exercise and meditation to promote a balanced life. Listen as Milind and David discuss social commerce, the gig ec…
 
Cathy Engelbert, the first Commissioner of the WNBA, is no stranger to trailblazing. Formerly an executive with Deloitte for 33 years and eventually their first female CEO, Engelbert was thrilled to return to basketball after her own college career and being raised by a former NBA player. Listen as David and Cathy discuss diversity and inclusion in…
 
John “Spider” Miller leads with Dignity. From humble beginnings in Indiana as one of eleven children, Spider learned how to work hard. His work ethic and commitment took him far in amateur golf as Captain of the US team in the 2015 and 2017 Walker Cup. In this conversation, David gets Spider’s story, insights on running a family business the right …
 
Founder and Executive Chairman of KIND Snacks, Daniel Lubetzky understands that living outside of society’s boundaries and traditional definitions is where kindness and creativity is found. The son of a holocaust survivor and raised in Mexico, Daniel attributes his success in leadership to his father whom he thinks of as an original “servant leader…
 
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