Hi team, we’re going to shake things up and do things a little differently today on this very special 200th episode! In this episode, I will become the guest as our host - broadcasting consultant Dennis Katsanos, interviews me with the same questions you usually hear me ask my guests.
For those who are just tuning in, hi, my name is Denis Gianoutsos! I am the CEO and Founder of Leading Change Partners. I went into the leadership space with one goal in mind: to transform business and leaders in this disruptive world.
As a coach to many business leaders and executives, I’ve been able to contribute to their personal and organizational resilience in a fast paced and ever changing world; and today you’re going to learn a bit more about where I come from, what makes me tick as a leader myself, and how to elevate your own leadership.
Anything can happen today, and it probably will! So tune in as I walk a mile in my guests’ shoes and step into the hot seat.
On this episode:
Memorable and stand out moments along our journey to 200 episodes
Learn more about my background and how my upbringing instilled a strong work ethic in me from a young age and informed my leadership
How to rise above the noise and present yourself as a leader
How do you get out of the weeds? Find out how important it is to have a strong strategy and story in place
Learn how to trust the process and how your ‘why’ is what will help you overcome any fear of unknown
Leaders today need to be more resilient now more than ever, but it comes from being able to take care of yourself and getting ready for the future
Find your voice and speak up
Listen to what is not being said
Your strategy can make or break you
The power of storytelling
A strong ‘why’ will carry you through fear
Building resilience and growing as a leader
Thank you listeners for 200 episodes!
“I think it’s really important that we as leaders find our voice and that we find our feet; our confidence, to speak up.” - Denis Gianoutsos
“Be bold, courageous… The two words ‘hope’ and ‘try’ - they should not be part of the vocab for any leaders.” - Denis Gianoutsos
“It’s not what we failed at, it’s what we do with it that counts; and if we can learn from those failures and we can learn from it and build on it, that’s actually how we build that resilience.” - Denis Gianoutsos