It can feel like a rigged game. Managers face aggressive goals and drive their teams to burnout trying to deliver. Or, employees seek connection and support so managers focus on relationships…and fail to make the numbers. Join international best-selling leadership author David Dye for a conversation about practical leadership tools to help you get results – without losing your soul (or mind) in the process.
Get the tools you need to make a difference while you make the numbers. You'll hear from David, leadership & management thought-leaders, and guests including leaders from a wide variety of industries who are leading well. Tune in today and be the leader you'd want your boss to be.
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Feeling tired, burned out, or listless? You might just need a good night’s sleep – or you may need to make some changes to how you manage your energy as a leader. In this episode, you’ll get ten ways to manage your energy and be more productive with the time you do have.
You’re in a unique position to develop your team’s confidence (or erode it). In this episode, we discuss one of the most important ways leaders help teams to develop confidence and belief in themselves.
For many leaders, the challenge of keeping your team focused, productive, and connected when everyone works from home can feel overwhelming. In this episode, you’ll get practical strategies you can use to lead well, even when everyone’s working from home.
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John Register was a decorated athlete when one misstep changed his life forever. How do you find that positive new normal and lead well when your world has turned upside down? Join us for a discussion of how to keep the past from holding you back and move into your full confidence and courage as you lead in the new normal.
Even after social distancing ends, remote meetings are here to stay. In this episode you’ll get several ways to ensure that your remote meetings are the best use of everyone’s time – including how to take advantage of technology to do things you can’t do in a face-to-face meeting. Every meeting should lead to results and build relationships – and remote meetings are no exception.
In this time of extraordinary uncertainty and change, your team has learned to adapt quickly and do the best they can, with what they have, from where they are.
Coronavirus has turned the world upside down. When you’re called on to lead your team through crisis and rapid change, focus on clear, concise, calm communication. In this episode, get a practical example and more ways you can lead your team through crisis and change.
Culture can be tricky to measure. How can you assess how well people look out for one another and commit to one another’s success? It turns out that there are places you can look to get a sense of your culture. Shared resources (both physical, like breakroom microwaves, and intangible, like your meetings) are a great way to assess your culture and practice your leadership.
You start to hear concerns from your team. Or your colleague’s team, who you rely on for your own performance, isn’t getting it done. Or maybe you’ve observed the dysfunction firsthand. No matter how you became aware, it’s clear that your peer’s team is struggling.
In this episode, you’ll find out what not to do – and how you can be most helpful in these tough situations.
Be ready to take notes as you listen to this powerful interview with Lisa Fain, co-author of Bridging Differences for Better Mentoring. You’ll get practical ways to be a fantastic mentor, a great mentee, and more inclusive leader including:
- The three whys leaders need to know and communicate.
- How leaders create more inclusive teams.
- Why being a mentor will make you a better leader.
- How to be an awesome mentor.
- Why noticing differences is a vital leadership skill.
- The biggest predictor of a mentee’s success.
- The difference between mentoring and coaching.
- How to find the right mentor for you.
- How to be an excellent mentee.
- Pro tips to end a mentoring relationship gracefully.
Learn more about Lisa and her work at CenterforMentoring.com
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When you’re frustrated with a team member who seems to be doing everything but the work you hired them to do, it can feel tempting to bark “Just do your job.” Or perhaps you’ve got a team member who responds, “I don’t care about the big picture, just let me do my job.” In either case, you’ve got a leadership and performance challenge. The world is changing and your team’s success takes more than a “just do your job” attitude. In this episode, you get ways to move out of this attitude and bring out the best from every team member.