Ep 113: Standing in Possibility

Ep 113: Standing in Possibility

The ability of a leader to stand in the place of possibility is one of the determining factors in their team succeeding at creating breakthroughs and generating the impossible. But what does standing in possibility mean? On today’s podcast, Adam Quiney sheds light on this subject and shows us why it matters and how it works. He also shares why when the leader loses sight and the ability to stand their possibility, everything falls apart.

Ep 112: What You Know, What You Don’t Know, And What’s Impossible

Ep 112: What You Know, What You Don’t Know, And What’s Impossible

There are three things at the heart of all transformation: what you know, what you don’t know, and what is impossible. Adam Quiney gets to it and points out the distinction between the three and how it affects you as a leader. He shares clear examples of resistance of some leaders when challenged with the term impossible and then discusses reasons why the three domains matter to a leader and what a leader can do about it in order to reach the heart of all transformation. Transformational leadership does not only exist in the mind by knowing but from conversations that truly cause leadership.

Ep 111: Sharing Your Humanity

Ep 111: Sharing Your Humanity

Ep 111: Sharing Your Humanity Humanity is an inextricable part of your leadership. You can’t lead effectively if you have severed yourself from your own humanity. In this episode, Adam Quiney invites you to a conversation intended to make you notice where your...
Ep 109: The Seduction of Teaching

Ep 109: The Seduction of Teaching

Leadership is the act of creating more leaders, and in one way or another, it will require you to teach something to your people. However, without people knowing it, teaching can lead you astray as a leader. Reminding you to be on guard about it, Adam Quiney dedicates this episode to talk about the seduction of teaching and how it relates to your leadership role. He discusses when and how teaching can be destructive, how it differs from leadership, how it leads to automaticity, and why it can be dangerous. Follow along to find out how teaching does not serve you all the time and what you can do about it.