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8 11, 2022

52 – The girl who cried F***ing wolf with her mental health with Michelle Berg

By |2022-11-08T01:10:10-07:00November 8th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Are we using mental health as a get out of jail free card? Michelle Berg shares an example of an employee who avoided being held accountable by returning with a doctor’s note. As a result the issues of accountability and expectations can’t be challenged and we can’t help the person get better at their job. Could this have been avoided? What would happen if we just stopped being scared. Along the way Michelle shares her own experiences with working in (and contributing to) a toxic work environment, why terminations should be the easiest thing you do and how sometimes HR gets a bad rap … and why it's well deserved.

11 10, 2022

50 – I Got Fired By My Best F***ing Friend with Tyler Foley

By |2022-10-11T01:40:48-06:00October 11th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

We’re joined by Sean Tyler Foley, who technically was fired by his best friend’s Dad because his best friend chickened out. But it was a family company and we thought “I Got Fired By My Best F***ing Friend” made a better title, so facts be damned. Tyler tells us about how being fired was an unexpected gift, and how it set him on the path to the work he was better suited to. Tyler also gives us some insight into his work with executives and CEOs, helping them show up powerfully behind the mic to gain the exposure they need. 

13 09, 2022

48 – Like the movie ‘Cool Runnings’, but even f***ing better – in conversation with former Olympic Bobsledder Jayson Krause

By |2022-09-13T01:47:14-06:00September 13th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

In this episode the boys talk to former Olympic Bobsledder Jayson Krause about his experiences as a leader and coaching leaders, his new book "The Science Behind Success - What every leader needs to know about mindset, influence, culture and performance" and the most difficult f***ing conversation of Jayson's career - when he left bobsledding for good. Learn how honesty, vulnerability and an openness to letting people express their views are a key to success in navigating this difficult workplace conversation. Jayson is now the Managing Director at Level 52, providing executive coaching and customized leader development to a range of C-Suite clients worldwide.

30 08, 2022

47 – What happens if I don’t have those f***ing difficult conversations? And other such questions

By |2022-08-30T01:13:37-06:00August 30th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

In this episode Ken and Russell discuss common questions they often get asked on their 'I Need To F***ing Talk To You' workshops, questions such as - 'Why do some leaders avoid difficult workplace conversations?', 'What’s the implications for me as a leader if I don’t have those difficult workplace conversations?' and 'How can I get even better at having these conversations?' Answers include - a Zombie Apocalypse, wanting to be everyone's friend, poor team morale and practice, practice, practice - you decide which f***ing answer matches which f***ing question!

16 08, 2022

46 – From The End Of The World Club, To The Save The World Club

By |2022-08-16T01:44:36-06:00August 16th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

In this episode the boys are joined by Nic Blanchet. They chat to Nic about his varied experiences - specifically his focus on learning and growth both personally and with his team, the importance of listening to different views and opinions even if you don’t agree with them, especially important when managing multiple stakeholders - politicians, the public, different interest groups and a variety of businesses and sponsors. 

2 08, 2022

45 – Attention business leaders: Roll up your f***ing sleeves and get things f***ing done with Martin Hunter

By |2022-08-02T01:59:38-06:00August 2nd, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

In this episode Ken and Russell talk to Canadian Armed Forces Veteran and Managing Partner of URGEO Martin Hunter. The boy's conversation covers Martin's career, his business ethos, both the highs and lows of Martin's journey as a leader, as well as a number of golden nuggets of advice from Martin for business owners and leaders that you won't want to miss. As Martin says to his clients 'Grow revenue, reduce costs, and free up time for you and your leadership teams with URGEO’s Operational Excellence systems'

19 07, 2022

44 – Most people are good – lessons in f***ing philanthropy with Amtul Siddiqui

By |2022-07-19T01:08:18-06:00July 19th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Ken and Russell explore the world of non-profit fundraising and philanthropy with Director of Philanthropy at Bethany Care Foundation Amtul Siddiqui. They discuss how to increase diversity within organizations and within the donor pool, how to broaden your social network across cultures and the importance of volunteering in your community.


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