The Business of Giving Podcast: Korn Ferry on the 5 Mindsets Enterprise Leaders Need to Have

The following is a conversation between Kevin Cashman, Global Leader of CEO & Executive Development at Korn Ferry, and Denver Frederick, the Host of The Business of Giving.  Released June 23, 2021 on Denver-Frederick.com

Has leadership ever been more important to the overall health of a nation, of a company, or a nonprofit organization than it has over the past year? There certainly is a case to be made that the difference between those who have thrived and those who have struggled, or in some cases failed to make it all together, was indeed due to the quality of leadership. To fully understand the role that leaders play and will need to play in the future, it’d be hard to find a better authority than my next guest. He is Kevin Cashman, Global Leader of  CEO & Executive Development at Korn Ferry, and author of six books, including Leadership From the Inside OutAwakening the Leader Withinand The Pause Principle

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A World Transformed: Reimagining the Future Podcast

Originally posted to Kearney.com.

In this interview, Paul Laudicina talks with CEO advisor Kevin Cashman about how executives are emerging from the pandemic and what new skills and mindsets they’ll need in our rapidly changing reality. He focuses on the new paradox of simultaneously performing and transforming a business.

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Consulting Unplugged Podcast with Andrew Pek

Kevin was recently featured on the Consulting Unplugged podcast and shared a valuable conversation with Andrew Pek on the power of purpose and other lessons from years of advising CEOs globally.

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Transformational Leadership Podcast with Kevin Cashman – Growth Agility: Preparing CEO’s to Navigate the Unknown

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Reimaging the Future: Dr. Gianrico Farrugia

Sharing a podcast interview with Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., CEO of the Mayo Clinic by our Korn Ferry colleague, Paul Laudicina, Chairman Emeritus of Kearney, and a CEO Advisor in our Chief Executive Institute. Enjoy their brilliance!

The Courageous Life Podcast

Kevin was recently interviewed by Joshua Steinfeldt on his podcast, The Courageous Life, on topics ranging from the importance of purpose and authenticity, how to inspire through storytelling, Leading from the Inside Out, and why courage may be the most important trait in leadership.

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Leadership from the Inside Out: Growing a Person Into a Leader

Enjoy this new episode of Dr. Diane Hamilton’s Take the Lead podcast, featuring Kevin Cashman.
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Read to Lead Podcast #194: Leadership from the Inside Out with Kevin Cashman

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Kevin was recently interviewed by Jeff Brown with the Read to Lead Podcast about the updated 3rd edition of Leadership from the Inside Out.

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New Podcast with Talent10x: Why Leadership is More Important Than Ever

By Frank Kalman; originally posted on Talent Economy on December 6, 2017. 

Managing Editor of Frank Kalman interviews Kevin Cashman, senior client partner at executive recruiting firm Korn Ferry and author of the book “Leadership from the Inside Out.”  The two talk about how leadership has evolved in recent years as well as why the skill has become more important in business than ever before.

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Exploring the Power of Pause – New Podcast with Kevin Cashman and Innovation Ecosystem

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“Managers assert drive and control to get things done; leaders pause to discover new ways of being and achieving.”

~ Kevin Cashman, The Pause Principle

Let’s pause… take a breath… reflect on the day, on the week, on the month. Let’s create space for our minds to process, our moods to level and our thoughts to mingle.

This episode’s guest wrote a book on this phenomenon based on his extensive experience coaching, advising and researching leaders in some of the world’s largest companies. Kevin Cashman is a best-selling author, top-ten thought leader, keynote speaker, global CEO coach and pioneer of the ‘grow the whole person to grow the whole leader’ approach to transformative leadership. He is the founder of LeaderSource Ltd and the Chief Executive Institute™, recognized as one of the top three leadership development programs globally. In 2006, LeaderSource joined Korn Ferry, where Kevin is now Senior Partner, CEO & Executive Development.

As a thought-leader on topics of personal, team and organisational transformation, he has written six outstanding books on these topics including Awakening the Leader Within, and Leadership from the Inside Out, which was named the #1 business book of 2000 by CEO-READ and is now used at over 100 universities globally. He has written numerous articles for the likes of The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fast Company, Strategy & Leadership, and Directors & Boards Magazine among others. His latest book, The Pause Principle: Step Back to Lead Forward, is the culmination of many years researching and working with some of the world’s most successful executives and CEOs: it explores how leaders, and indeed all of us, must deal with the complexities of the highly globalised and digitised world in which we live by stepping back and taking time to reflect, observe and, essentially, “smell the roses”. The book provides a practical process that individuals, teams and organisations can apply to inspire personal growth, developing others and providing space for innovation.

In today’s episode, Kevin and Mark discuss the rationale and research behind The Pause Principle which aligns strongly with the notion of “creating space” explored by previous guests like David Allen, Lisa Bodell and Heiko Fischer, among others; about Kevin’s new interest in the concept of “story mastery”; and finally some fresh insights into the qualities of a great versus a good leader.