EIL 38: The Six Biggest Mistakes in Investment: Insights from an International Financial Analyst and Expert Andrew Stotz

Everyone wants to succeed in their investments by avoiding the pitfalls discussed in the podcast. The challenge lies in navigating the complexities of investment decisions, including conducting thorough research, assessing and managing risks, and avoiding emotional decision-making. In this episode of the Excellent International Leadership Podcast, Dr. Katrina Burrus interviews Andrew Stotz, an international financial…

EIL 37: Communication: The Connective Tissue that Binds Organizations and Influences the Marketplace with William Berenson

Leadership communication is essential for good leadership, as it is the connective tissue that binds organizations together. Both internal and external leadership rely on effective communication to influence the marketplace. However, the challenge lies in the evolving realm of communication, where leaders must navigate the digital landscape and polarized markets. William Berenson has a diverse…

EIL36:Building Consensus in International Military Operations Leading in a Complex Operational Environment with Derrick Lee

Leadership in service and working with nations with different leadership styles is a crucial aspect of international cooperation. However, the challenge lies in bridging the gap between different leadership styles and approaches. Each nation has its own cultural and organizational context, which can influence their leadership practices. To overcome this challenge, leaders must have a…

Dr. Katrina Burrus, woman executive coach in Las Vegas

EIL34:Unlocking the Potential of AI: A Game-Changer for Executive Coaches with Samiur Rahman,Heyday

AI can enhance the coaching experience, automate mundane tasks, and provide valuable support to coaches. The challenge for coaches in incorporating AI into their practice lies in finding the right balance between leveraging technology and maintaining the human touch. While AI can automate mundane tasks and provide valuable insights, it cannot replace the deep level…

EIL32: Breaking Stereotypes: Women Making Their Mark in the Police Department with Sasha Larkin

Discover the essence of female leadership in a male-dominated sphere through the remarkable experiences of Sasha Larkin. Sasha Larkin serves as Assistant Sheriff with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, dedicating over twenty-four years to public service. In her current role, she oversees two key divisions within the Special Operations Group: the Homeland Security Division…

EIL31:How to Take Your Leadership to the Next Level with Stéphane Garelli

Good leadership requires effective communication. However, this requires interpersonal skills, compassion, and good followership. Let’s ask Stéphane Garelli, a professor of competitiveness and former managing director of the World Economic Forum. Gain expert insights on the principles of competitiveness and effective leadership as Dr. Katrina Burrus and Stephane Garelli discuss in this episode. What You’ll…

EIL30:Self Leadership in the Time of Disruption with Dr. Tanvi Gautam

Leading teams across different departments increase productivity exponentially. What if you are a leader who struggles to foster collaboration and teamwork across silos in your organization? Then listen to Dr. Tanvi Gautam an expert in enhancing team performance that drives meaningful results. Dr. Tanvi Gautam is the founder of Leadershift Inc. She’s a program director…

EIL29: How to Build Start-ups with a Global Footprint with Peter Ohnemus,CEO of Dacadoo

Are you interested in how to build start-ups with a global footprint? Get ready to be inspired and gain valuable insights from our guest, Peter Ohnemus, a successful entrepreneur and leader in the industry. In this episode, Peter shares his outstanding career journey, starting from the chemical industry to founding multiple successful companies in the…