Ryan is an author, public speaker and leadership coach, with a background in corporate management. His podcast is a way for Ryan to learn, along with his listeners, the qualities of excellence in leadership. But here’s the thing about leaders: they’re used to talking in front of people, used to being behind a mic. So how does Ryan get his guests to open up, avoid canned answers, and give his listeners something they haven’t heard before?
On this episode, Ryan Hawk shares tips and stories about how to be persistent about getting that dream guest without coming off as obnoxious, the importance of preparation, an unconventional way to start an author interview, and more. Plus, 3 Clips host Jay Acunzo dishes on his worst interview ever.
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The Learning Leader Show can be found here :https://learningleader.com/podcast/
Follow Learning Leader Show host Ryan Hawk on Twitter here:https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12
From Play It Forward: This week’s recommended podcast is Intentional Leader https://www.calwalters.me/podcast-1
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