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Short, sharp leadership advice for leaders and managers who care about the performance and job satisfaction of their teams.

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Short, sharp leadership advice for leaders and managers who care about the performance and job satisfaction of their teams.

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English


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#257: When should you push out of your comfort zone?

6/11/2024
Getting out of your comfort zone is a worthwhile thing to do. But being out of your comfort zone all the time is stressful and draining. So when it comes to leadership, when should we make the effort to get out of our comfort zone? I take a look at this topic in this episode. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show links: Waking Up appDavid Whyte Poem: Just Beyond Yourself.4 Critical Steps to Grow Your Confidence In LeadershipThoughtful Leader Podcast #53: Why Trusting Your People Is Your Best Strategy5 Ways to Say No Without Getting FiredThoughtful Leader Podcast #224: Are You a Quiet Leader? Use These Tips to Lead More EffectivelyHow to Influence People to Achieve Your Leadership Goals.

Duration:00:12:20

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#256: How to solve the “quiet quitting” dilemma

5/28/2024
“Quiet quitting” is a relatively recent term that describes people doing the bare minimum at work. They aren’t exactly quitting, but they’re no longer going “over and above” for their organisation. In this episode, I take a look at whether this is a real problem at all… and whether simply leading better could be the solution. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: 5 Questions to Ask An Unmotivated Team MemberThoughtful Leader Podcast #231: Tips to Set More Effective Team GoalsHow Leaders Can Avoid Setting Unrealistic ExpectationsRoles and Responsibilities Unclear? Do ThisTaking On Too Much? Here’s Why

Duration:00:09:49

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#255: Stuck in the unhelpful thinking trap? Try these ideas

5/14/2024
Thoughtful leaders have the positive quality of being… well… thoughtful. This can be a great thing, but it can also come with challenges of overthinking and rumination which aren’t at all helpful. In this episode, I take a look at some research-based ideas that might help when you are struggling to get out of an unhelpful thinking rut. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Overthinking Things? How Thoughtful Leaders Can Stop ItThoughtful Leader Podcast #219: 4 Steps to Grow Your Leadership ConfidenceWorrying About Work? Tips For Thoughtful LeadersAll or Nothing Thinking: How Is It Impacting Your Leadership?Thoughtful Leader Podcast #140: Are You Being Too Optimistic?Why Self Acceptance is a Foundation for Good Leadership

Duration:00:11:19

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#254: Let’s prioritise that career conversation

4/30/2024
Having career conversations with your team members can make a huge difference in leadership. However, many leaders don’t make the time for them and I think they’re missing an opportunity. In this episode, we’ll take a look at the benefits of career conversations, how to have them effectively and some of the reasons why many leaders don’t have them… or really struggle to deliver them effectively. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: How Short Term Thinking Leads to Bad LeadershipThoughtful Leader Podcast #214: How to Start Being More Trustworthy For Your TeamBook by Daniel Pink: DriveMeaningful Work, the #1 Motivator (and How to Provide it in Your Team)Liked or Respected: Which Would You Rather Be?Thoughtful Leader Podcast #165: How to Provide Development Opportunities For Your Team.

Duration:00:11:22

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#253: Why leaders should show more vulnerability

4/16/2024
Displaying vulnerability takes courage, especially when you’re in a leadership role. Many leaders feel an expectation to know all the answers or give the perfect directions, or to display the “stiff upper lip” mentality and show resilience in the face of any challenge. In this episode, we’re going to look at the potential benefits of showing vulnerability and how you might start going about it. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Directive Leadership: 4 Situations When You Should Be Using ItHow to Manage Your Emotions For Better LeadershipThoughtful Leader Pocast #214: How to Start Being More Trustworthy For Your TeamAre You Taking Yourself Too Seriously?5 Leadership Misconceptions We Need to Correct

Duration:00:11:17

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#252: Watch out for these common leadership excuses.

4/2/2024
It’s easy to fall prey to some common leadership excuses that stop us from taking action. But… doing nothing is a choice like any other! In this episode I discuss some common excuses I hear for putting up with bad behaviour or poor performance. Do any of them sound familiar? Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Thoughtful Leader Podcast #149: Steps to Break Negative Behaviour Patterns6 Steps to Deal With Behaviour Issues In Your TeamThoughtful Leader Podcast #183: Power Dynamics: How Are They Impacting Your Team?How to Influence People to Achieve Your Leadership GoalsThoughtful Leader Podcast #229: Is a Direct Conversation Needed? Use This Checklist.Why Leaders Must Drive Consequences in the WorkplaceSetting Team Goals: Tips for Thoughtful LeadersWhy No One Cares About Your Company Values (and How to Fix It)Power Dynamics: Are They Impacting Your Team?Seeing Negative Behaviour Patterns? Here’s How to Stop ThemThoughtful Leader Podcast #82: Thoughtful Leader’s 5 Cs of Performance ManagementGot People Problems? Here Are 5 Reassuring ThoughtsImperfect Principles for Having a Challenging ConversationIs It Picking Your Battles or Just Avoidance?People Not Doing What You Want? Ask This Leadership Question

Duration:00:14:36

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#251: Dealing with people problems? Remember these things.

3/19/2024
Dealing with people problems in a team can be stressful and frustrating. But to manage them effectively, you need to demonstrate persistence! So in this episode, I take a look at some point to keep in mind that may help you feel a little more positive about your situation. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Harvard article: Positive reframing and examining evidenceEssential Daily Habits to Maintain Your Workplace WellbeingThoughtful Leader Podcast #200: How to Feel More Positive at WorkThe Iceberg Model of Human BehaviorThoughtful Leader Podcast #149: Steps to Break Negative Behaviour PatternsThoughtful Leader Podcast #129: Are Your People Resistant to Change? Try These Tips!Tips for Thoughtful Leaders Who Worry about Work.

Duration:00:12:50

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#250: Want to be an inspiring leader? It’s easier than you think.

3/5/2024
Most of us don’t feel like we’re very inspiring. We tend to leave that to the “celebrity” leaders out there. But wait a minute – being an inspiring leader might be easier than you think! In this episode I take a look at why being inspiring is important, and some simple ways you might go about it. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: The Leadership ChallengeThoughtful Leader Podcast #90: Beating Leadership Imposter SyndromeHow to Stay Calm at Work: 5 Tips for LeadersHow to Manage Your Emotions For Better LeadershipThe Impact and Importance of Emotions in LeadershipWorrying About Work? Tips For Thoughtful Leaders6 Great Ways to Support Your TeamWellbeing at Work: How Leaders Can Support ItThoughtful Leader Podcast #144: Is It Time to Start Putting Yourself First?Compelling Reasons to Say “No” TodayBrené Brown website.Start Being Trustworthy For Your Team: Here’s HowThoughtful Leader Podcast #134: Improve Your Leadership With Daily Commitments

Duration:00:13:53

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#249: Challenging conversation? Follow these principles.

2/20/2024
Many people are looking for one thing: a perfect way to have a challenging conversation without people getting upset or saying the wrong thing. Unfortunately, this doesn’t exist, and a challenging conversation will always be uncomfortable! In this episode, I take a look at some principles to apply to challenging conversations, instead of focusing on the perfect preparation or process. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Interested in working with me? If you're interested in potentially working with me, I invite you to apply for a complimentary coaching call. This can help you to: I can't coach everyone who applies, but if you don't try, we'll never know! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Crucial Conversations Course.Crucial Conversations Book.Difficult Conversations Book.Thoughtful Leader Difficult Conversations eBook.Build Empathy With the Iceberg Model.Thoughtful Leader Podcast #214: Self-interest is a trust destroyer.Article: Why Building Trust Is Better Than Authority.

Duration:00:11:58

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#248: Are You Avoiding Something Important?

2/5/2024
“Pick your battles” is pretty good advice. Unless you use this statement to avoid tackling important issues, when you should be trying to solve them. In this episode, I take a look at some guidelines to help you decide whether you’re actually practicing avoidance, or wisely picking your battles. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Avoiding Conflict? Here’s What’s Really Happening.Is Optimism Bias Sabotaging Your Leadership?Adaptive leadership theory.The War of Art.7 Habits of Highly Effective People.Sphere of Control – Leadership Mindset Change.Do You Have a Victim Leadership Mentality?

Duration:00:10:13

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#247: How to Listen Better at Work (and Why It Matters).

1/22/2024
We know that communication is an important leadership skill. However, I think we sometimes get stuck on the speaking and writing more than the listening. In this episode, I offer some ideas of how you might listen better at work, and why this can be so important. The DISC Model Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: The Power of Paying Attention.DISC psychometric assessment.Build Empathy with the Iceberg Model.The Neuro-Science of Everybody’s Favorite Topic – Themselves.Coaching Employees? Try These Tips.Too Busy at Work? Try These 5 Things.

Duration:00:13:02

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#246: Want to Display Confidence? Start by Noticing.

1/15/2024
I think there is a difference between displaying confidence and being confident. One is within your control, the other isn’t. In this episode, I take a look at how you might start to display confidence in leadership from a simple starting point: noticing. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Want to Build Empathy? Use the Iceberg Model.Thoughtful Leader Podcast #219: 4 Steps to Grow Your Leadership Confidence.Why You Need to Speak Up at Work (and Why You Don’t).Want to Be More Assertive? Watch Your Words.

Duration:00:12:34

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#245: Hearing “It’s Not My Job”? Here’s What to Do.

12/18/2023
Hearing “it’s not my job” from a team member can be frustrating, and it’s a common occurrence in many workplaces. But before we blame the team member, it’s worth thinking about the possible reasons for this statement. In this episode, I take a look at some of the common causes of this behaviour and what you can do about it. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Show Links: Thoughtful Leader Podcast #149: Steps to Break Negative Behaviour PatternsThoughtful Leader Podcast #106: Not Seeing Enough Teamwork? Try This!4 Types of Motivation to Look For In Your Team.Motivate Your People Using These 3 Levers.Meaningful Work, the #1 Motivator (and How to Provide it in Your Team).Thoughtful Leader Podcast #71: A Simple Model for Team Motivation.Thoughtful Leader Podcast #142: How Leaders Can Support Wellbeing at Work.

Duration:00:14:18

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#244: How to Get the Most Out of Self-Assessment Tools

12/11/2023
I’m a big fan of using self-assessment (or psychometric) tools to help people understand more about themselves and each other. However, they aren’t perfect and we need to use them with a bit of caution. In this post, I take a look at some of the things to watch out for and clarify when you’re using these types of tools for your team. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Article: The Iceberg ModelPRINT® assessmentClifton StrengthsDISCMBTIEQi 2.0 Emotional IntelligenceThoughtful Leader Podcast #203: Want to Feel Better Leading? Self-Acceptance Is a Good Start.Introverted Leaders vs. Extroverted Leaders. Who Wins?Professor Brian Little refers to deviations of behaviour like this as “free traits”Thoughtful Leader Podcast #153: Why Knowing Yourself Equals Better Leadership.5 Tips For Quiet LeadersBlind Spots: How to Shrink Yours to Lead BetterDon’t Know Your Employees? Here’s Why You Should.

Duration:00:11:39

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#243: Be More Assertive By Watching Your Words

12/4/2023
Being assertive is important in leadership, because it helps us to look out for our own needs and those of our team. But it doesn’t come naturally to everyone, and we can fall into non-assertive habits. In this episode, I take a look at some tips to appear more assertive, based on tweaking the language that we use. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Thoughtful Leader Podcast #219: 4 Steps to Grow Your Leadership Confidence7 Things Leaders Should Stop SayingIs Passive Leadership Destroying Your Team’s Motivation?

Duration:00:12:04

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#242: Tips for Thoughtful Leaders Who Worry About Work

11/27/2023
I find that many thoughtful leaders are introspective and often stuck in their own heads. It goes with the territory of being thoughtful, I suppose! This can be problematic if we start to worry excessively about work. So in this episodes, I’ve collected some tips that have helped me over the years and hopefully they can help you too. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Black Dog Institute WebsiteThoughtful Leader Podcast #72: How You Can Be a More Thoughtful Leader Today.Thoughtful Leader Podcast #143: How to Stop Overthinking ThingsThoughtful Leader Podcast #200: How to Feel More Positive at WorkThe Happiness Trap.Waking Up.Box breathingHuberman Lab Podcast: How to breathe correctly for optimal health, mood, learning, and performance.

Duration:00:17:01

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#241: Nobody Cares About Your Company Values (and Here's What to Do About It)

11/20/2023
Company values have been around for years, but they can certainly attract a lot of cynicism. If they are just a poster on the wall which nobody reads, they probably aren’t doing much good. However, I think they can be valuable when you’re trying to get lots of people working in the same direction! In this episode, I take a look at why many people don’t care about company values, and some ways that you might start to make them more useful for your team. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Show Links: Brene Brown.James Clear.Built to Last.Lead Better By Understanding Your Core Values.Why Even Good Leaders Can Show a Lack of Integrity.Seeing Negative Behaviour Patterns? Here’s How to Stop Them.Live Your Values Deck.Why Team Purpose Matters.

Duration:00:14:12

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#240: How Are Your Stories Shaping Your Leadership?

11/13/2023
We all have stories that we carry around in our heads like baggage. Some of these stories are helpful, while others can actually work against us. In this episode, I take a look at the concept of stories and think about how we might challenge them to put ourselves in a better place. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Show Links: How Are Your Stories Shaping Your Leadership?How to Manage Your Emotions For Better LeadershipThoughtful Leader Podcast #158: Let’s Build a Better Leadership Mindset.

Duration:00:07:05

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#239: Encourage Change With This Simple Model.

11/6/2023
Encouraging someone to change their behaviour or attitude is hard work, because there are a bunch of barriers that may get in the way. To help you understand and navigate your way through the process you can use the simple model in this episode. It’s simple, generic and can be used in many situations! Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Show Links: Encourage Change In Your Team With This Simple Model10 Simple & Effective Tips For Giving FeedbackThoughtful Leader Podcast #113: Do You Have a Victim Leadership Mindset?People Not Doing What You Want? Ask This Leadership Question

Duration:00:11:01

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#238: Tips for Leading a Controlling Employee.

10/30/2023
We often hear about controlling managers who micromanage people. But what about controlling employees, who hoard information and wield influence? In this episode, I take a look at trying to lead a controlling employee, as well as what might be beneath the surface for them. Apply For Your Complimentary Coaching Session I invite you to a complimentary Discovery Coaching Session, where we will: You will leave the Discovery Coaching Session with a sense of clarity, purpose and practical steps to move you forward. There is no obligation to pursue further coaching after this session - but many people do! >>> Click here to apply for your complimentary coaching session. Like the Show? Please Leave a Review! ✅ If you like this episode or the show in general, please take a few minutes to leave a review by clicking one of the links below. Your review really helps me to reach a wider audience of thoughtful leaders, so we can improve workplaces around the world. I appreciate you taking the time! 🙏 >>> Click here to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. >>> Click here to leave a rating on Spotify. Show Links: How to Lead a Controlling EmployeeBuild Empathy With the Iceberg Model.Seeing Negative Behaviour Patterns? Here’s How to Stop ThemPower Dynamics: Are They Impacting Your Team?Stakeholder Management Tips For the Everyday Leader

Duration:00:11:47