The Inspire Podcast

The Inspire Podcast is hosted by Bart Egnal, CEO of The Humphrey Group, and covers topics related to leadership communication and inclusion.

How Entrepreneurs and Leaders Can Manage Difficult Emotions with Dr. Sherry Walling

How Entrepreneurs and Leaders Can Manage Difficult Emotions with Dr. Sherry Walling

In her practice, Sherry helps clients navigate transition, rapid growth, loss and other complex human experiences. She draws on this work to share with Bart why leaders are facing the highest levels of burnout, stress and anxiety in 30 years, and what to do about it

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The Transformative Power of Culture with William Kilmer

The Transformative Power of Culture with William Kilmer

how great companies do more than produce great products and instead transform markets they can enter and win in

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The Conversations you Need To Have as you Return to the Office - with Alan Richardson

The Conversations you Need To Have as you Return to the Office - with Alan Richardson

Bart speaks with Alan Richardson, SVP of Talent Strategy & Solutions at RBC, about the bank's approach to bringing workers back to premises. Alan discusses why the bank decided last fall to ask employees to come together in person more, and what they've learned since.

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Why you Need to Make your Communication Accessible if you want to Lead with Justyna Poray-Wybranowska

Why you Need to Make your Communication Accessible if you want to Lead with Justyna Poray-Wybranowska

Learn why accessible communication is crucial for inspiring leaders. Discover practical tips and tools to make your message reach all audiences in this podcast episode.

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The Future of Leadership is... Analog? with David Sax

The Future of Leadership is... Analog? with David Sax

Despite the promise of a digital future, staff and leaders are increasingly seeking human connection.

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The Road To Equality Is Paved With Equity - A Conversation With The Humphrey Group in support of IWD 2023

The Road To Equality Is Paved With Equity - A Conversation With The Humphrey Group in support of IWD 2023

The Inspire Podcast is back! Season 5 kicks off with a special episode in support of the 2023 International Women’s Day, whose theme is to #embraceequity. Bart welcomes three members of The Humphrey Group — Marissa Dyck, Angie Park and Claudia Villaran — for a wide-ranging panel discussion. The group tackles why equity is still far off, and what organizations and individuals can do to close the gap by celebrating achievement, raising awareness of discrimination and taking action to drive gender parity. Tune in for insights and practical guidance on how to inspire a more equitable world.

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How To Write Your Leadership Story with Christine Miners and Rick Lash

How To Write Your Leadership Story with Christine Miners and Rick Lash

Crisis or major life changes can shatter the inner stories that give our life meaning; finding a new inner narrative allows us to become our own authors and reconnect to the meaning we all crave

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How Leaders Delegate with Todd Randall

How Leaders Delegate with Todd Randall

In this episode, Bart speaks with serial entrepreneur and business coach Todd Randell about why delegation usually fails and how to be better at this critical skill. Todd begins by sharing why he struggled to delegate in his career and the mistaken assumptions (only you can do it! You'll be fired if others do the work!) that hold us back from delegating effectively. Then he outlines the system he uses to delegate, which starts with building trust, comes with lots of patience, creating an escalation plan and building redundancy. Todd's insights deconstruct the way you can create the next level of leaders.

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How Talking about Culture is the Ultimate Way to Attract and Retain Talent with Craig Taylor

How Talking about Culture is the Ultimate Way to Attract and Retain Talent with Craig Taylor

Bart speaks with Craig Taylor, CEO of Iapetus Holdings, about what it takes to attract and retain employees in this incredibly tight labour market.

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