How many ineffective, boring talks and presentations have you listened to? How many have you given? You can change the status quo for you and your listeners. This is not just the realm of a few “natural” speakers – anyone can do it. Tune in to hear about a few principles that make all the difference.
Teams in which people are not afraid to speak up, to challenge, to risk saying a wild idea are teams with the best performance. Google has found that psychological safety is a key component of their best teams. Yet, people are afraid of causing trouble, looking foolish, not being promoted and more. How do you create a team, and an organization, that is not afraid?
Do you find generational differences at work to be a challenge or a benefit? Are you like many who think the other generations don’t get it, have poor work habits, don’t understand what it takes or are self-centered?
Conflict, tension, disagreement are common events among colleagues – not that people are wrong in some way but that we all have competing points of view, different experiences and contradictory criteria for success.
Drawing on years of experience both working with leaders and interviewing people for the show, your host will talk about her views of what the best leaders do, why it matters, what’s changed and how it all impacts culture and inclusivity. Davia Temin will be the interviewer.
Everyone has someone at work who is “difficult” for them to deal with. Having a difficult colleague is one thing but what should you do if you feel the behavior has moved into harassment and bullying? How do you recognize the signs?