Shut Up And Show Up: Forging Elite Teams
How To Use Team Norms To Guide Behavior
Team norms are rules of behavior. They help govern and guide how members 'show up' so the team 'shows up' as a team and thus produces work it's capable of producing because members hold themselves and each other accountable for their norms. In today's episode you'll learn: Listen On iTunes Google Play TuneIn Show Notes Team Building For New Managers(Online Event)Leading Teams (Amazon)Managing the Mental Game (audio) Managing the Mental Game (PDF) Man’s Search for Meaning (Amazon) Great...
5 Unwanted Fears High Achievers Tell To Shut Up
High achievers are comfortable being uncomfortable BECAUSE they tell these 5 unwanted fears to "shut up" WHICH ALLOWS THEM to "show up" what and who they want to be. Lots of good takeaways from today's episode that you can use to overcome your own "resistance." Listen On iTunes Google Play TuneIn Let’s Connect: TwitterLinkedInInstagramFacebookYoutubeForbesHarry Walker Agencywww.jeff-boss.com
How to create a leadership development plan
Much of this podcast has talked about team fundamentals but for a team to exist there must be individuals who "show up" to make that team what it is. The challenge for many teams is not having a plan of action--a leadership development plan--for their people. They leave it up to the person to take charge of his or her own development, which is understandable, but it doesn't hurt to have a template either. In today's episode, I'll share with you 5 things to include in a personal leadership...
The Only Recipe For Battling Resistance You'll Ever Need
Resistance is a bitch. There's no "best way" to do anything and tackling resistance is no different. In this episode, I'll share with you a story from my very first engagement as a leadership coach and the resistance the client faced. You'll also learn: Why there's only one "you"An inspiring story about somebody who wrote a book--with only his eyesIndividual vs team resistance Sign up for the Weekly Team Accelerator HERE Listen On iTunes Google Play TuneIn Show Notes Team Building...
4 Ways Organizations Can Support Their Teams
Today was an impromptu episode, meaning, that the content wasn't something that I was planning on delivering until later in the podcast but since the question came up in last week's Team Accelerator meeting, I wanted to address it. You'll learn: Show Notes Join me for the weekly team accelerator by following the link www.shutupandshowup.com/team You can also join by texting the phrase TEAMACCELERATOR to the number 44222 Listen On iTunes Google Play TuneIn Let’s...
5: A Tale of Two Airlines
Today I compare two different airlines and how they cultivated the conditions that either A) set their people and their teams up for success or B) floundered and failed. LOTS of good leadership takeaways you can apply to your team and your company's incentive structure. Listen On iTunes Google Play TuneIn Show Notes Team Building For New ManagersAmazonManaging the Mental GameManaging the Mental GameMan’s Search for MeaningGreat places to work Let’s...
#4 Sixty Percent Of Team Success Comes From These 4 Drivers
In today's episode of Shut Up And Show Up: Forging Elite Teams: Show Notes evolutionTeam Building For New ManagersCigna Study: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8294451-cigna-us-loneliness-survey/ Listen On iTunes Google Play TuneInSoundcloud Let’s Connect: TwitterLinkedInInstagramFacebookYoutubeForbesHarry Walker Agencywww.jeff-boss.com
The 2nd time I got shot, meaning and belonging, logotherapy
What would you do if you were shot? Would you keep doing that which "got" you shot in the first place, or would you pursue something else? In today's episode, I share with you the two elements that informed my "why" and how you can apply them to yourself. You'll also learn: Show Notes Leadership credo course (promo code: MEANING10)Managing the Mental Game (audio)Managing the Mental Game (PDF)Man's Search for MeaningGreat places to work Let's...
Ep2 The 1st time I got shot, facing fears, basement steps
Today I share a personal story from the first time I was shot and the leadership lessons from it (well, not every leadership lesson, but some).