Is your team not performing well? Is morale low and turnover high? Are you falling further behind the competition? Shani Magosky, a highly sought after leadership consultant, executive coach, and author, is here to help with her insightful and fun podcast, The Leadershifter Show! This is where business strategy and culture finally meet, exploring shifts of all sorts that are required for your own, your team’s, and your organization’s success. Shani is not your typical boring leadership consultant, and she WILL help you get your SHIFT together!

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83: At last…modernized, self-directed adult learning has arrived, with Mindstone co-founder, Patrick Cootes

The internet made information universally accessible, Google organized it, and now Mindstone combines it with the science of learning to help people not just consume, but also truly learn from it. Today’s guest, Patrick Cootes, is the co-founder and Head of Product at Mindstone, a startup that makes it faster and easier for “work athletes” to optimize their performance as…


82: Team Resilience and Reframing Failure as Feedback with Executive Coach Julian Roberts

Today’s guest joins us from the U.K. with some great advice on team resilience, which remains prominent in the organizational zeitgeist post-pandemic and going into a potential recession (at least in the U.S.). Julian Roberts coaches high performing leaders, athletes, and teams with extreme ambitions and will “challenge their bullshit.” He is also the host…


81: From autistic to awesome communication skills trainer and Body Talk founder Richard Newman

If you are continuously trying to improve your presentation and presence skills, you will want to listen! On today’s episode, I had a truly insightful conversation with Richard Newman, founder and CEO of Body Talk, an evidence-based communication training company. Against the odds, as a former introverted, shy, high-functioning autistic, Richard overcame a crushing fear…


80: When Your Why is “Show up to Give” with Consultant and Speaker, David Mead

Having impressed influential TED Speaker Simon Sinek after a company training, David Mead became the first of Sinek’s “Igniters,” a role in which he shared “Start with Why” ideas in over 225 organizations on five continents. He also co-authored, with Sinek and Peter Docker, Find Your Why: a practical guide for discovering the WHY of…


8: Unexpected Shifts with Daniel Alonzo

Today’s guest, Daniel Alonzo, has grown an extremely robust financial services business, is a coach, and soon to be author, but that isn’t how he started out. His whole life led down the path to be an athlete until his injury when he had to shift everything. In this episode, he walks us through his…


79: Shifting Your Company’s Communications in This Crazy World with Dave Poston CEO of Poston Communications

Excellent communication, both internally and externally has never been more important, given the VUCA world we live in. Leaders face challenging circumstances on a nearly daily basis with a variety of stakeholders to keep in the loop. On today’s episode, I welcome long-time friend, client, and communications expert extraordinaire, Dave Poston. Dave is CEO and…


78: Around the L&D Campfire with Megan Galloway

When today’s guest, Megan Galloway, made the leap from working in a confining corporate job to her own consultancy designing leadership development programs, she became a walking, talking advocate for taking chances with your career and growing your network. In fact, after hearing Megan’s story in detail, I dubbed her the “Queen of LinkedIn.” As…


77: “Preaching” to replace the 360° review with executive coach Michael King

Today’s guest made one of the bigger shifts I ever had the privilege of discussing on the podcast! Michael King is a former pastor turned executive coach, and from his new “pulpit,” he is passionate about improving teams and eradicating 360 reviews. As a fellow acronym lover, of course I had him expound upon his…


76: Why We All Need BFFs at Work with SkyeTeam’s COO and “Corporate Bartender” Eric Spencer

Joining us from my beloved Boulder, Colorado, the energetic and funny Eric Spencer and I had a radically fun conversation today. In his free time, Eric is an avid musician, and I opened the episode by asking him to play us something – he shared a song he collaborated on with his 17-year old daughter!…