Panning Leadership

Panning Leadership

By Randy Haas and Jason Leger
About
Welcome to Panning Leadership presented by the Sharpstone Group LLC. Panning has three meanings that both fit here, the first is to be critical of something. One of the goals of this podcast is to take a critical look at leadership. Meaning number 2 has to do with filming, staying stationary and moving the camera to create a panoramic view - our goal is to start where you are and help you see a wider view. The final meaning of panning is to sift gold from dirt and gravel - so join us as we bring short powerful leadership gold to you.
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Welcome to Panning Leadership presented by the Sharpstone Group LLC. Panning has three meanings that both fit here, the first is to be critical of something. One of the goals of this podcast is to take a critical look at leadership. Meaning number 2 has to do with filming, staying stationary and moving the camera to create a panoramic view - our goal is to start where you are and help you see a wider view. The final meaning of panning is to sift gold from dirt and gravel - so join us as we bring short powerful leadership gold to you.
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11. Leading through difficulty
Welcome back!  This episode Jason discusses leading through difficult times - the markets down, competition is up, new regulations.  We will go through difficult times and it will be those times when leaders are tested the most. Listen as we describe 8 factors in leading through difficult times. Have a comment or a topic you want us to cover panning@sharpstonegroup.com Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/ Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/  presented by the www.sharpstonegroup.com 
32:49
October 8, 2019
The ultimatum game
Game theory is a very popular theory in economics that in part seeks to understand the effect of events based on not only personal actions but also the actions of others.  John Nash is credited with beginning the use and popularization of game theory,  The ultimatum game is an economic game in which two parties become involved in a transaction - the transaction is a one off transaction.  The parties are only brought together one time - party a is offered a sum of money - say $100,000.00.  Party A decides how the money will be split between A and B, the catch is that party B gets to decide.   If party B accepts the offer then the transaction is completed if party B declines then neither gets any money.  From an economically rational perspective as long as party B gains - even if it is a single dollar it is a good deal for both parties.   How often do you think Party B would agree to a single dollar? This podcast is about developing empathy, learning how to negotiate based on interests and not power and how the Ultimatum game demonstrates that.  This podcast was inspired by a series of lectures by Professor Seth Freeman available on Amazon   Reach out to us via panning@sharpstonegroup.com  Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/  Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/  presented by the www.sharpstonegroup.com 
25:36
August 8, 2019
Lessons from camp
In this episode we hear from Jason and Chris as they discuss influence and how to build it when working with youth.  The lessons are equally important in business and leadership in any organization because influence is the currency of leadership. Talk to me Goose! panning@sharpstonegroup.com  Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/  Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/  presented by the www.sharpstonegroup.com 
17:37
June 26, 2019
Focus and Empowerment
This episode of Panning Leadership is gold!  Jason breaks down how a manager can turn an annoyance into productivity with some thoughtful exercises and a small time investment. Talk to me Goose! panning@sharpstonegroup.com  Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/  Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/  www.sharpstonegroup.com 
07:55
June 17, 2019
Purpose
In this episode we discuss purpose, what it brings us, why we need it, what happens when we don't have it and how to build on it. The hbr article referenced is  https://hbr.org/2014/05/from-purpose-to-impact  How do you know when you are alive?  When you have a purpose! Purpose brings clarity Purpose brings boldness Purpose brings resilience  Purpose brings engagement Purpose brings focus!   let us know  panning@sharpstonegroup.com  Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/  Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/  www.sharpstonegroup.com 
27:58
June 4, 2019
Unlocking Potential
One the keys to leadership is learning to unlock potential.  To unlock your own potential and then to help others unlock theirs.  In this episode we discuss some of the tools that are available to the leader.  The greatest tool is the desire to learn and grow continually stretching oneself.  The Sharpstone Group offers some tools that are very useful - DISC Analysis for individuals and groups, group coaching, 1 on 1 coaching, masterminds, and live training.  DISC analysis is a personality tool that can help understand what motivates and promotes energy in a person along with discovering the fears that unconsciously influence our actions. We also discuss the Leadership Game a fantastic tool developed for the John Maxwell team to allow groups to open an honest dialog and grow together.  Let us know your thoughts or ideas - how do you recharge and grow?  let us know  panning@sharpstonegroup.com  Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/  Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/  www.sharpstonegroup.com 
18:25
May 13, 2019
Defining Leadership
In this episode the nature of leadership is discussed.  Drucker says that being a leader simply means having people that follow you.  John Maxwell says that leadership is influence.  What do you think? let us know  panning@sharpstonegroup.com  Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/   Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/ 
11:27
May 6, 2019
Data is King
In this short episode Jason discusses the ever growing amount data that we are faced with and how to go from data points to action.   The key is putting the data into contexts that can be then be matched with the factors that create passion and drive on our teams. let us know what you think panning@sharpstonegroup.com Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/  Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/ 
06:58
May 2, 2019
Ep 3 - Micromanagement
In this episode we explore the dreaded phenomenon of micromanagement - what causes it?  Who does it?  What does it cause?   Ask anyone what is something that annoys you at work and you will likely get micromanagement as one of the answers - but ask any boss about it and almost none will admit to doing it. let us know what you think panning@sharpstonegroup.com Randy Haas  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rghaas/  Jason Leger  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-leger-9a6868a/ 
27:48
April 24, 2019
On the defense
In our second episode Jason Leger talks about what happens when companies move away from an innovative posture and adopt a defensive posture.   Listen in and be challenged to look at your culture - is this happening to your company? Send us any questions or comments to panning@sharpstonegroup.com; visit our site www.sharpstonegroup.com.
07:17
April 15, 2019
Kicking it off
To kick things off I wanted to explain a little about our goals.  We aim to bring critical, meaningful, nuggets of leadership gold to you.
05:36
April 11, 2019
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