Mike Wagner

PBS Newshour

We examine the events that led up to the January 6th violent disruption of the democratic process inside the U.S. Capitol building. We'll recap how a mob of pro-Trump extremists breached the barriers of the Capitol and gained access to both chambers of Congress, temporarily interrupting the official Congressional certification of state election results. 

 

Guests 1 (00:00): U.S. Representative Dusty Johnson.

Guests 2 (16:46): Lisa Hager and David Wiltse, professors of political science at South Dakota State University. 

Mike Wagner: Reactive Impulses & Leadership Success

Jul 1, 2020
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In The Moment … July 1, 2020 Show 850 Hour 1

Mike Wagner: Negotiations Part 2 & 3

May 8, 2020
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In The Moment … May 8, 2020 Show 813 Hour 1

Are negotiations a battle to be won or an opportunity to be discovered?  We thought now would be a good time to think deeply about negotiation and whether they really need to be combative. Mike Wagner is a leadership expert who has traveled the world teaching people about leadership. This hour we bring you part two of a three-part conversation inspired by his blog uncommonwisdom.org.

Mike Wagner: Negotiations

May 7, 2020
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In The Moment … May 7, 2020 Show 812 Hour 1

Mike Wagner: Leadership & Messaging

Apr 14, 2020
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In The Moment ... April 14, 2020 Show 795 Hour 1

Governor Kristi Noem says she is proud of South Dakotans efforts to slow the spread of SARS-CoV 2, the novel coronavirus. In yesterday's press conference, the governor said that South Dakota was getting "better results" than neighboring states who are having bigger problems with compliance. "South Dakotans," the governor said, "have proven me right." 

Mike Wagner: Medical Information Privacy

Apr 10, 2020
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In The Moment ... April 10, 2020 Show 793 Hour 1

The “Uncommon Wisdom” Of A Pandemic

Mar 27, 2020
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In The Moment ... March 27, 2020 Show 783 Hour 1

Mike Wagner: The Myths Of Secrecy Cont'd

Mar 5, 2020
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In The Moment ... March 5, 2020 Show 767 Hour 1

The keeping of secrets is deeply embedded into who we are and how we interact with others, in families, in politics, and in business. If information is power, sometimes we like to keep that power to ourselves. Of course, proprietary information can be important in leadership, but how often are those secrets really necessary?

Mike Wagner: The Myths Of Secrecy

Mar 4, 2020
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In The Moment ... March 4, 2020 Show 766 Hour 1

The keeping of secrets is deeply embedded into who we are and how we interact with others, in families, in politics, and in business. If information is power, sometimes we like to keep that power to ourselves. Of course, proprietary information can be important in leadership, but how often are those secrets really necessary?

Uncommon Wisdom

Dec 27, 2019
Josh Haiar

Mike Wagner is the author of the online resource "Uncommon Wisdom." He's a lifelong South Dakotan who has spent more than 30 years with leaders and helping to develop leaders worldwide. You can find his work online at uncommonwisdom.org

Mike Wagner joined Lori Walsh in the Sioux Falls studios to talk about the importance of intentional leadership training and development. This is the first of an ongoing series of conversations with Wagner about leadership and leadership development.