Episode 10

Discussion: Sharing and Withholding Information

Josh, Austen, Creed, and Maria talk about Monday's interview with Doug Hershberger on how to use evidence-based information in leadership. As defined on Monday, evidence-based practices  include 1) scientific evidence, 2) practitioner expertise, and 3) and understanding and consideration of the client. The discussion ranges from how and when evidence-based approaches are best (and also not as important or preferable), when it is best and most helpful to withhold information from followers, how to posture our lives for balance, and some thoughts on how to take time for rest.

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Josh Friedeman

Josh wants to help you LIVE and LEAD well.

From interviewing leaders and other experts who help leaders, to coaching leaders and entrepreneurs, to staying on the front lines of leadership research through his PhD work in organizational leadership, Josh likes to live and breathe all things leadership.

Sure, there's more to life than leadership - until, that is, you start seeing life AS leadership (*Freeze frame, roll credits*).