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Episode 41 Wally Adamchik

Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast, Episode 41: Wally Adamchik

This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Wally Adamchik, an expert on leadership with a background in both the Marines and corporate America. He is an advisor on Military.com, a nonresident fellow for Marine Corps University, is a past president of the state chapter […]

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Full-Contact Leadership

Wally AdamchikBy Featured Speaker Wally Adamchik

Much has been written about the leadership (or lack of leadership) crisis in America today. No business is immune to this crisis, and some are even more susceptible to it than others. Real leaders today are few and far between. We have great technicians and great managers, but few great leaders.

To truly succeed as a leader today, we cannot simply “go through the motions.” We must charge ahead at full speed. In this hyper-competitive world, it’s not enough just to show up and look good. Leadership is a full-contact, sometimes risky position with no “hazardous duty” pay.

The term “full-contact” generally brings to mind the image of physical contact. But it presents itself in other ways as well.
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What Have You Done for Yourself Lately?

What Have You Done for Yourself Lately?

By Featured Speaker Wally Adamchik

All too often we see the syndrome of the leader who has reached a plateau. What have you done for yourself lately? How can you continue to expect higher performance from your employees when you have done nothing to elevate yourself? How do you expect to deliver better results in the face of a changing environment when you continue to do the same old thing? Just because you are busy doesn’t mean you are making a positive impact.

What Have You Done for Yourself Lately?

Today’s leaders are challenged to keep up with, let alone get ahead of, the power curve. In fact, this “just in time” management style has served many leaders well as they have risen through the ranks. Their ability to control the quality of their work and the output of their group was unequalled. People marveled that they could get it all done and produce a nice profit also. So they were promoted. In their next position, again, if they ran really fast, they could control and get it all done. However, their ability to lead never really improved, nor did the company take time to invest in their skill development. After all, they were too busy and too important to take off and go to a seminar each year.
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Know Thyself - Self Awareness as the Key to Enlightened Leadership

Know Thyself – Self Awareness as the Key to Enlightened Leadership

By Featured Speaker Wally Adamchik You cannot lead anyone or anything if you cannot lead yourself. Effective leadership of self depends on a high degree of self-awareness founded on honesty and introspection. As individuals advance in their careers they are exposed to new challenges and the opportunity to make decisions […]

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