Here are a few shows, talks, and podcast appearances that will provide value to proven leaders, leaders who want to get better, and at many points my hope is that the jokes will make you smile too. Enjoy. Bel Elite! and as always, LEAD WINS
In this podcast episode, Atlas and Chris talk about 2 of Atlas Aultman's bestselling books and then some leadership best practices that Atlas Aultman uncovered during almost 3 decades of actual leadership experience and almost 4 decades of leadership study. You won't want to miss this, there is a reason why this is one of the top podcasts in the world right now. This episode is super engaging, and you can tell by the reviews that this will be a valuable use of your time.
Lots of discussion on points from Atlas Aultman's leadership experience in which he put together a book that went #1 in U.S. , Canada , Australia, and U.K. in three categories!
Special Guest Episode, Atlas Aultman brings his dog onto the show for Roberta's listeners to see the inspiration behind 4 international bestselling books for kids leadership.
In this show, Atlas Aultman discusses some of his experiences and shares a story about strengthening his mindset, one that left him bleeding for days.
Host Ramona Shaw and Atlas talk about philosophical approaches to leadership, work through common issues with leadership mindsets, and have great stories. You'll definitely want to listen to this episode!
See why it's important to find out what kind of leader you are in this must watch interview with Allan Draper.
In this episode of scaling up with Shane, Atlas talks about how to break through to the next level of leadership and win more as a leader. Good leaders should always aspire to be great leaders, this is how wins grow!
Atlas Aultman decides to share his lessons with everyone, including his competition who also earned one of the top positions out of 27,000 applicants. Here are 3 powerful tips for anyone who is about to get in front of an audience.
This show is an interview with then Lieutenant Colonel Joshua "Atlas" Aultman and Ramona Shaw in which they both share their experiences and new theories in leadership from a position of those that have actually led.