Most Popular Episodes On Nate’s Podcast


Five Most Popular Episodes On Nate’s Podcast

About a year ago I decided to start making podcasts as another way to share content that my readers and our clients were finding valuable. I made a few myself, and then began interviewing other thought-leaders about their perspective on leadership, communication, and healthy relationships. It’s been a wonderfully rewarding process and I look forward to continuing this.

In case you haven’t been following my podcast and want to give it a try, I’ve compiled a list of the five post popular episodes over the last year. Enjoy!

What is Compassionate Accountability?

In this interview I discuss the concept of Compassionate Accountability and how it can be used to improve relationships at work and home. Learn the difference between negative conflict (Drama) and positive conflict (Compassion), discover how positive conflict can be used to create amazing outcomes, and hear powerful case examples of these concepts in action.

Conflict Without Casualties Book Author Interview

I shares why I wrote the book, my relationship with the authors who have endorsed it, what’s unique about this book within the leadership field, and how it relates to Next Element’s Leading Out of Drama training and coaching system.

Leading Out of Drama

What does it mean to lead out of drama? I talk about the nature of conflict, how drama happens, and how everyone of us can make a choice to lead out of drama into Compassionate Accountability. What does drama cost organizations and individuals, and how can the concepts of Compassionate Accountability be put to work to make a difference in your life? Find answers to these questions and many more in this episode.

The Power of Questions: With Marshall Goldsmith

I interview Marshall Goldsmith, world renowned business educator and coach, on the power of questions. Marshall shares his wisdom around these topics:

  • What’s the difference between active and passive questions?
  • What are the Six Engaging Questions to start every day?
  • What are the top three questions we should ask ourselves when facing leadership challenges?
  • What are the most important things to focus on each day?

Making Better Apologies

Why do so many apologies fall flat? What makes a great apology. Using personal, real-life examples I outline a four-step process for making great apologies that balance compassion with accountability.
Copyright Next Element Consulting, 2017


About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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