The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The remarkable Leadership Podcast featuring Chuck Mollor Our lives, both personal and professional, can get messy. Organizations are continuously scaling up, developing new products, or pulling back, for example. Not to mention that we can have 3-4 generations in one office for the first time, or we are hybrid or remote. Chuck Mollor says a good leader creates stability during chaos. Chuck joins Kevin to discuss agile leadership, moving beyond software development.

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Sean Glavin Interview

Be an Agile Leader

 

Smashing the Plateau - Being an Agile LeaderIn today’s episode of Smashing the Plateau, you will learn how to be an agile leader and build a business that is modeled to serve your clients and you well.

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The “X Factor” of EQ and Agile Leadership

 

The “X Factor” of EQ and Agile LeadershipMany leaders want employees who are a good cultural fit for their company, but few take the time to establish a culture of psychological safety for employees. Chuck Mollor emphasizes the importance of emotional intelligence in leadership so you can have proactive employees who fully embrace your culture, and you provide them with the psychological safety they need to thrive in your organization. Chuck is a recognized expert in leadership effectiveness. He has authored a best-selling book on Amazon titled, The Rise of The Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift? He trains companies how psychological safety is a competitive advantage that can maximize employee engagement and innovation. Where did Chuck gain his EQ and realize an X-Factor to hyper-growth? It started back in 1999, when Chuck received feedback from people he was leading. He tells us how those harsh comments allowed him to see his “blind spots” in leadership, which at the time were not pleasant to learn. However, his courage in embracing the perspective of others transformed him into a better leader. This “new Chuck Mollor” then became the company’s next CEO, and he grew the company substantially. In this episode, Chuck explains how to put relationships first, while still delivering excellence as a rapidly growing organization. He describes how his best practices have helped leaders just like you advance to their “next level.” How? By simplifying the complexities of modern leadership and creating a culture reflective of your organization’s purpose, vision, and values. Chuck (Charlie) is the founder and CEO of MCG Partners, a consulting firm specializing in leadership and talent optimization. For over 30 years, he has helped clients align business and people strategy for maximum results. As a recognized expert in leadership effectiveness, Chuck specializes in coaching and advising senior executives and leadership teams through times of rapid-growth, M&A, and change. Are you looking for the X-Factor that is the tipping point for your company’s next round of growth? Join the podcast to hear Chuck explain his map to reach your destination.

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Executive Coach Chuck Mollor, The Pressures of the Modern CEO

Executive Coach Chuck Mollor, The Pressures of the Modern CEO

Chuck Mollor is the CEO of MCG Partners, an advisory and executive coach firm as well as the author of “The Rise of the Agile Leader”. For over 15 years Chuck has advised executives on a wide range of areas from one-on-one coaching, team effectiveness, assessments and more.

In our interview, Chuck provides unique insight into the challenges today’s CEOs face.

And we hear about being a Cranberry Farmer!

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Rise of the Agile Leader

The Rise of the Agile Leader

The face of business is changing. Innovation drives a global, virtual society that is always on. Today’s complex, multi-generation workforce needs leaders who are agile, empowering, decisive, and lead from a place of trust, who understand individual motivations and can adjust their style. But management styles have not changed in 50 years. There is no time to wait. Are you willing to explore a new formula for success? Join me for a conversation with Chuck Mollor, author of The Rise of the Agile Leader, where we talk about this new success formula.

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Be Brave at Work

Be Brave at Work PodcastJoin us on Be Brave at Work as we speak with Chuck Mollor. Chuck is the founder, CEO, advisor, and executive coach at MCG Partners, an organization that helps develop leaders and teams, optimizing both businesses and individual talent. His new and best-selling book, The Rise of the Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift?, is a guide for the aspiring, mid and seasoned c-leader and executive that introduces a new leadership paradigm, a roadmap of what makes a great leader, and what organizations must do to develop great leaders.

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58 Are you aware of your leadership style?

Chuck Mollor on SpotifyPaul Dio talks with Chuck Mollor about being agile, driving innovation in addition to how this all plays out to legacy.

Chuck Mollor is founder, CEO, executive coach, and advisor at MCG Partners. He is the author of his new and best-selling book, The Rise of The Agile Leader. Can You Make the Shift? achieving Amazon’s #1 best seller in management. MCG Partners specializes in leadership and talent optimization, aligning business and people strategy for maximum results. In his former role as a global CEO, as a member of several executive teams, Chuck has a breadth of experience with general management, entrepreneurial endeavors, and P&L responsibilities. He has run, built, started, and restructured several businesses. Chuck is a graduate of executive programs at The Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has a BA in political science and a minor in business administration from Merrimack College. Chuck serves on several boards, is a Cranberry Grower-Owner of Ocean Spray, and a fundraiser and rider for the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), a 192-mile bike ride for the fight against cancer. Chuck is fortunate to have his wife, four children, and three dogs and is a first-generation American.

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Virtual Campfire Podcast

Today Chuck joins me to talk about his new book. He reveals his background, noting what moments and details led him to be the person he is today. He speaks about his mother’s resilience and optimism and how he has tried to keep the same attitude. He defines agile leadership and notes why agility is an important quality in a leader, especially during the COVID 19 Crisis. He stresses the importance of curiosity and humility and notes the things he has learned about himself over the years. He ends on the cruciality of self-acceptance. 

Out of the Comfort Zone With Wanda Wallace – Agile Leadership with Chuck Mollor

What makes a great leader today? No doubt you have your own experiences with leaders you thought were truly inspirational and admirable. What are the common elements and behaviors for those leaders? What do they do? How do they develop agility? What has changed about what we expect from our leaders? Tune in for a fascinating discussion.

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Lead on Purpose with James Laughlin

This week I caught up with Chuck Mollor and we spoke about all things Leadership.

Chuck “Charlie” Mollor is founder, CEO, executive coach, and advisor at MCG Partners –  an organisation that specialises in leadership and talent optimisation, aligning business and people strategy for maximum results. He is the author of his new and best-selling book, The Rise of The Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift?, an Amazon’s #1 best-selling book on management. As a recognised expert in leadership effectiveness, a former Harvard Business School executive coach, and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Chuck specialises in coaching and advising senior, global executives and leadership teams through times of rapid-growth, M&A, and change. For over 35 years, he has advised, coached, and consulted executives and organisations across industries, from startups to Fortune 500 and not-for-profit organisations. Chuck has served on several boards, was a Cranberry Grower-Owner of Ocean Spray, and is a fundraiser and rider for the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), a 192- mile bike ride for the fight against cancer. Chuck has four children, three dogs, and is a first-generation American.

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The “X Factor” of EQ and Agile Leadership

 

Many leaders want employees who are a good cultural fit for their company, but few take the time to establish a culture of psychological safety for employees. Chuck Mollor emphasizes the importance of emotional intelligence in leadership so you can have proactive employees who fully embrace your culture, and you provide them with the psychological safety they need to thrive in your organization. Chuck is a recognized expert in leadership effectiveness. He has authored a best-selling book on Amazon titled, The Rise of The Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift? He trains companies how psychological safety is a competitive advantage that can maximize employee engagement and innovation. Where did Chuck gain his EQ and realize an X-Factor to hyper-growth? It started back in 1999, when Chuck received feedback from people he was leading. He tells us how those harsh comments allowed him to see his “blind spots” in leadership, which at the time were not pleasant to learn. However, his courage in embracing the perspective of others transformed him into a better leader. This “new Chuck Mollor” then became the company’s next CEO, and he grew the company substantially. In this episode, Chuck explains how to put relationships first, while still delivering excellence as a rapidly growing organization. He describes how his best practices have helped leaders just like you advance to their “next level.” How? By simplifying the complexities of modern leadership and creating a culture reflective of your organization’s purpose, vision, and values. Chuck (Charlie) is the founder and CEO of MCG Partners, a consulting firm specializing in leadership and talent optimization. For over 30 years, he has helped clients align business and people strategy for maximum results. As a recognized expert in leadership effectiveness, Chuck specializes in coaching and advising senior executives and leadership teams through times of rapid-growth, M&A, and change. Are you looking for the X-Factor that is the tipping point for your company’s next round of growth? Join the podcast to hear Chuck explain his map to reach your destination.

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/41rIZOQ

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast

Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0

Manage2Win: https://www.manage2win.com/podcast