What is your culture? How does your personal culture affect others? How often are they forced into your culture? Do you transfer your personal culture to work? You’d be surprised at the answers to these, and more.Read More
Today the guys discuss intuition and being a good example as leader. They touch on acting on impulses, and off of emotions. How can we use our emotions, and intuition, and turn them into a process that will be effective regularly? Is there a way you could have done better? Ask yourself that every day, and make sure that as leader your behavior exemplifies the behavior you want in your employees!Read More
In today’s episode the guys dive back into The Wim Hof Method, and how applicable it can be to leadership or life in general. They also discuss some examples of not having a way to deal with emotions or “fires” as Errol puts it.Read More
In the 56th episode of the series, the 2nd episode from season 3, the guys talk about some of the main topics for this season. They start off with the accountability funnel, and how leaders should handle accountability. They explore what the definition of it is, and what it means to different people.Read More
Hey everyone, and welcome back to our 3rd season of the Leadership in Tech Podcast Series, brought to you by The Tech OnRamp! We’re very excited to be kicking off our new season finally, and Zac and Errol were eager to start recording and getting down to the topics for season 3!Read More
Today's episode is called “Season 2 Wrap Up with a Takeaway” and yes, this is our final episode of season 2, but don’t worry! We’ll be back.
Today Zac and Errol will review the more major points from the last season, psychological safe zone and accountability. They also discuss what to expect with Season 3.Read More
This week we are re-releasing episode 24 from our 1st season.
Zac and Errol discuss GRIT The Power of Passion and Perseverence, a New York Times bestseller by pioneering psychologist Angela Duckworth which shows anyone striving to succeed—be it parents, students, educators, athletes, or business people—that the secret to outstanding achievement is not talent but a special blend of passion and persistence she calls “grit.”Read More
Today, we find out that Errol Doebler is an advocate for Millennials workplace rights.
In our 52nd episode, titled “The Millennials Are Right… Now Get Over It And Lead!” Zac and Errol discuss their definition of the term Millennials.Read More
Today we have a unique episode, with our first ‘anonymous’ guest, Erik. Erik is using an pseudo alias as his last name, going by Erik “Edgar A. Perry, A Bostonian” and only spoke with us through an audio connection.
They discuss in detail the inner workings of many tech teams and companies, and how leadership in the tech industry is suffering, although there may be hope yet.Read More
We wanted to thank all of our listeners for sticking with us, and especially those who have been with us since the beginning. Today is our 50th episode, we are halfway to 100 and we hope that you all stick with us for the ride! Thanks again, and we hope you enjoy what we have today for you.
For this special episode, Zac and Errol are reviewing a great book on leadership by a great leader, the famous NFL Coach Bill Walsh and his book “The Score Takes Care Of Itself”!Read More
This week we interview another like mind: Marcus Blankenship! A self described ‘Technical Leadership Consultant and Trainer’ who is a fellow cultivator of leadership in technology!
Today Zac and Errol hammer home our main ideas and reiterate what they have set as the bedrock of their development, exploring the intertwining areas of technology and leadership, how they come together, and how to rise to your position when the time comes to be a leader of tech!Read More
This is the 2nd part of a special 2-part episode, following the release of the first part last Thursday, March 1st, 2018.
To hear more about how Zac and Errol interpret, and utilize, the best selling book The War of Art, keep on listening! This book has helped so many people to be more successful and productive. Now it can help you too, with the unique perspective of Zac and Errol to guide you!Read More
Today, Zac and Errol will begin discussing the book The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. They dive into it in detail, discussing his ideas of resistance and how they affect not only individuals, even themselves, but teams in tech and everywhere else as well. By being prepared with a contingency plan to start as we’ve covered previously, you can learn how to avoid resistance and accomplish the best possible results.Read More
"Have you ever thought about doing that...this way?" We've all heard it before, but when you hear from your boss, what do you do? Is it an order, or is he just giving you a pointer (take it or leave it)?
Well, that's what our hosts Zac and Errol discuss today on the 46th episode of Leadership in Tech. Follow along as they approach the issue of 'implied orders' from both the employers, and employees, point of view.Read More
This week we wanted to reiterate important messages that were discussed with the charismatic guest star Jen Lew, our first guest ever, way back in Episode 12 of Season 1.
Zac, Errol, and I think it’s important to remember where you came from, and the building blocks you started with. It’s as important as ever with how hectic today’s world is that we remember our Why?Read More
This week Zac and Errol discuss the effects that not following guidelines can have, and how best to deal with it. They touch on how psychological safe zones play into predicting a projects success, and how to deal with team members who may be showing resistance.Read More
Bryan Peters started off with Mechanical Engineering wanting to change the world, to make a lasting effect on it. He first started working in the passenger rail industry, doing what he called "the ghostbusters" work of the train world: coming in to fix problems and make things work and save the day.Read More
Daniel has a long career in which he has been on TV, mostly while with CNN but occasionally as a Google spokesperson as well. While at CNN, he got his start on television while working simultaneously in the dot com department. He was there for the rise of the internet, as well as the fall of the twin towers during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.Read More
In our 41st episode, season 2, we interview Andy Davis from across the pond. Andy is from London, England, and is the head of marketing at Venturi Group. He also hosts their podcast, Venturi's Voice. Andy also has a history working with startups, and its through that experience he was able to find his success at Venturi Group and launch their new podcast.Read More
Welcome back to Leadership in Tech, and Happy New Years! We hope our listeners had a great New Year’s and New Years Eve. In our first episode of 2018, we have on special guest Morgan Dix, a meditation coach, cofounder of aboutmeditation.com and the host of the OneMind Meditation Podcast.
Morgan, Zac, and Errol bring in the new year by discussing meditation, and how it can benefit leaders, tech workers, and everyone else as well.Read More