So much has changed over the last few months because of the global pandemic causing massive upheaval in many areas of business, including in leadership roles, and that’s why I’m so excited to have Peter Montoya here with me today. He is a gifted speaker, best-selling author, and successful entrepreneur, and he’s sharing his expertise with us on leadership, team culture, and the importance of community.

Listen in as we dive deep into what it means to be a leader today, especially during times of uncertainty, as well as how to show up consistently for your team and your business. We’ll also be discussing the importance of socializing, operational values that are integral to a great team culture, and how to create more of the things that make life worthwhile.

In this episode, we cover topics such as:

  • How to show up as a leader when you can’t physically be in front of people.
  • Why we need social interaction every day to feel happy.
  • Why loneliness is worse for our health than smoking.
  • What being a truly authentic leader really means.
  • Tips for creating a great community and team culture.

Please enjoy today’s episode — and visit the resources below to find everything mentioned in the show!

What you will hear:

[5:45] How Peter got into coaching, speaking, and leadership.

[7:40] How to show up as a leader in the midst of uncertainty and how leadership has changed over the years.

[10:00] The three domains of leadership and how they relate to you, whether “leader” is in your job title or not.

[15:20] Why we have such a high rate of loneliness despite being able to connect 24/7 via social media.

[20:40] What happens when people suffering from depression and anxiety due to loneliness become immune to the cure, and how leaders can help them overcome it.

[24:45] Peter’s best tips for creating a connected community, including the Sprint process.

[31:30] Advice for creating a high-performance team.

[37:20] Why Peter wrote The Brand Called You.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Power is nothing more than the ability to achieve intended results. - Peter Montoya Click To Tweet It is impossible to exist without the cooperation of others. - Peter Montoya Click To Tweet Screens are literally robbing us of the things that make life worthwhile. - Peter Montoya Click To Tweet

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