Did you know that 91% of employees report that their manager doesn't listen to them? Janine Hamner Holman shares this startling statistic along with many others in a conversation that will convince you why listening should be the #1 skill that's taught, practiced, and mastered in the workplace.Janine is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and expert on conscious leadership, DE&I, organizational development, neurobiology, and what it takes to attract and retain world-class talent. As CEO of the J&J Consulting Group, she brings more than 30 years' experience to her work with purpose driven CEOs and executive teams to help them create courageous, high-performance organizations. Janine is also the host of an outstanding podcast, The Cost of Not Paying Attention.You'll discover: How Janine helps clients integrate DEI into their culture so it's not viewed or experienced as a “program”The shared challenges that all organizations face, no matter what the sizeWhat Janine has learned about brain science…and ways she applies that knowledge in her work with clientsThe top 3 reasons people give for leaving their employerAdvice for attracting and retaining superior talent
Do you have those days, weeks or even years in your business when it feels like everything that could go wrong is? What do you do to stay resilient and to try to break the cycle? In today's episode we want to talk about how we take on big challenges and then learn from the lessons that each one brings us. Some challenges help us refine our systems, tweak our teams, or look outside of our box to serve the client better the next time. Tips Going through hard things takes resilience and part of that is knowing that you are growing through the process - good or bad Take time to reflect and discuss Don't repeat failures Do the hard work to become better www.leadwithcoffee.com Email us @ email@example.com Follow us: Facebook Instagram
What if you could reduce turnover to 5% or less? My guest Jaime Jay has done that in his own company because he makes sure he hires the right people. Jaime is the founder and managing director of Bottleneck Distant Assistants. Since 2006 his company has been sourcing Distant Assistants from the Philippines. They support entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, C-level executives, founders, and other professionals who are doing the wrong things so they can focus on their best work instead.Jaime is a U.S. Army veteran and the author of the book, Quit Repeating Yourself. His life has been quite the adventure, and you'll be inspired by the values he's built into his company and that he and his team live by every day.You'll discover: How Jaime went from being homeless 3 times to running a successful multi-million dollar businessThe #1 question Jaime asks a candidate and why he does itThe 4 questions Jaime asks people on his team that prepare them to make sound decisionsThe one word Jaime's team is studying this year…and what they're doing to make it part of their cultureWhy Jaime likes to create a Ripple Effect
Charles Gaudet is the author of "The Predictable Profits Playbook," host of The Beyond 7-Figures Podcast and CEO of Predictable Profits - a leading business coaching company for 7 & 8 figure entrepreneurs. He's been an entrepreneur since the age of 4, created his first multi-million dollar business at 24, and has helped others generate millions with his strategies. He's received numerous awards and recognition (including founding a company named as "One of the Best Seed Stage Companies" by Ernst & Young), received his Certificate of Leadership Development from The US Army War College and has his business advice featured around in the world – including Inc., Forbes, Salesforce, Success, Entrepreneur, and Fox Business – as well as on podcasts and radio. As well as being named one of American Geniuses' Top 50 Industry Influencers. Twitter: @charlesgaudet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PredictableProfits/ Instagram: @predictableprofits LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2615202/ https://www.predictableprofits.com/ https://get.predictableprofits.com/dailyvideo/ 2:32 "It's never a matter of a good economy or a bad economy. It's only a different economy." -Charles Gaudet 4:11 "When you're positioning your product or service, you need to position it so that people understand that you' are a must-have and not a nice-to-have." -Charles Gaudet 5:42 "It's really about a message-market match and how do you match the message of your product or service with what the market is thinking." -Charles Gaudet 10:30 "Even in the poorest areas in America, people can find the money for what is most important to them." -Charles Gaudet 13:40 "Anybody in America can make a million dollars." -Charles Gaudet 15:15 "The percentage of people who have attributed mindset to the reason why they're so successful is off the charts." -Charles Gaudet 17:08 "He broke every sales record...and had one of the best years ever, and that's because he found opportunity." -Charles Gaudet
You hear me talk a lot about coaching. But I haven't really explained the differences between formal coaching and informal. Today I've invited a guest to discuss the differences, benefits for your team and some practical ways to start. Elena Sancho has 20 years experience in the aid sector and is now a certified professional coach. She shares her journey in finding coaching, and how she has since integrated it into her work and life to help others benefit also. Resources mentioned: Elena's email: firstname.lastname@example.org Elena's Linkedin page
Marcia Daszko helps us to recognize that, in the midst of changing times, is a powerful place to succeed. This begins with a compelling purpose. Moving from a small boutique consulting firm, Marcia studied Dr. Deming's work extensively to learn the secrets of being a powerful leader.Marcia shares stories and fundamental examples of organizations that have flourished, and others who have floundered. She also talks about her own Strategic compass that you can view at:https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5912a7a5725e2534f1acb123/t/62ddceb1e12e3a3d662e6ac3/1658703537727/Stategic+Compass+Handout.pdfFor our podcast listeners, Marcia has offered our listeners the opportunity to take her leadership assessment, here:https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/xhCN3w
Endurance is a part of life. Endurance is a mark of a disciple, a follower of Jesus Christ. To endure, we need to remember that trials are just for a season, every test is a faith test, endurance is not passive, and keep our eyes on the prize of eternity. Show notes (posted every Tuesday) can be found HERE.
In this episode, Dan and Lauren discuss topics related to student leadership in engineering with New Directions for Student Leadership special issue co-editors Drs. Meagan R. Kendall and Cindy Rottman. Meagan and Cindy share how this issue came to fruition and the critical need for more scholarship in engineering leadership studies. All discuss how the concepts in the articles can apply to engineering, STEM, and other areas of higher education. Resources mentioned in this episode include: ASEE Engineering Leadership Development Division (LEAD) LinkedIn Page Journal of Leadership Studies symposium article "Infusing Leadership Education in the Undergraduate Engineering Experience: A Framework from UCF's eli2" Meagan's department website Cindy's department website
#241: We used a hidden microphone to record our team huddle. I thought you might want to hear it.Connect with me on LinkedIn or to send me a DM:https://www.linkedin.com/in/russleads/Tap here to check out our latest book, The Great Resignation, on Amazon!Tap here to check out my first book, Decide to Lead, on Amazon. Thank you so much to the thousands of you who have already purchased it!--About the podcast:The Culture Hacks Podcast with Russ Hill is for leaders of teams who want to grow and accelerate their results. In each episode, Russ Hill shares what he's learned consulting executives on their organization culture. Subscribe to get two new episodes every week. To connect with Russ about what he does with company culture message him on LinkedIn!
Dr. Mike Armour joins VIP's Casey Hasten in a discussion about combining your core values with your career. He is the Founder and Managing Principal of Strategic Leadership Development International, author, speaker, and Executive Coach. Dr. Armour's goal is to help motivated leaders perfect their communication, trust-building, people skills, and help individuals nail their most vital responsibilities.About The Guest:LinkedIn: : https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikearmour/Website: https://www.leaderperfect.com/About The We Are VIP Podcast:This podcast is brought to you by VIP to add value to your job or candidate search. Each week, we'll bring you helpful tips and insights from leading professionals to help candidates land their dream jobs and help employers find better talent. Hosted by:Casey Hasten, Director of Recruiting at VIPAbout VIP:We utilize a holistic approach to support your strategic initiatives in accounting and finance. From recruiting and strategic staffing, to project management consulting, our service model offers a comprehensive solution that allows for flexibility as you navigate transformation and growth within your organization.Connect:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/270216/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeAreVIPCompanyJob Openings and Services: https://wearevip.com
Where are the leaders in the church—much less the mission field? Pastor Joel Wayne of bethechurch.org and Chapel Pointe weighs in this week on how churches and missionaries can solve the leadership pipeline and raise up leaders when it counts. Joel's is also the founder and executive director of Be the Church, a movement to revitalize the local church through authentic leadership development. Joel holds a business degree from the University of Georgia and a Master of Divinity from Mercer University. Watch the video version of this episode on the ABWE YouTube channel. Support this podcast and impact God's mission. Want to ask a question or suggest a topic? Email email@example.com.
This week's guest, Elijah Carbajal, shares how to be the best version of ourselves to create an environment that is inviting, caring, and accepting of all students. If you are looking to improve your classroom culture, this is the episode for you! In this episode, we discuss: Leading With Service The Shut Up and Teach Podcast And his soon to be released book, A Place They Love: Creating Healthy School Culture and Positively Impacting Students About Elijah Carbajal: Elijah is a Title I Reading Interventionist who has been teaching for 9 years, all in the state of NM. Teaching runs in his family. He's married to a teacher, Tracey Taylor. Elijah is the host of “Shut Up And Teach” and he wrote a book that is being published by EduMatch Publishing this fall. Follow Elijah Carbajal: Twitter: https://twitter.com/carbaeli (https://twitter.com/carbaeli) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carbaeli/?hl=en (https://www.instagram.com/carbaeli/?hl=en) Shut Up and Teach Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-shut-up-and-teach-podcast/id1537345112 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-shut-up-and-teach-podcast/id1537345112) [caption id="attachment_3508" align="alignnone" width="1024"]https://joshstamper.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Aspire-Swag-Website-Image-update-6.18.21.png () Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast Swag, Joshua Stamper, Teach Better[/caption] NEW Aspire Swag with Discount Code: ASPIRE Tee-Shirts and Drinkware: https://teachbetterswag.com/collections/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast (ASPIRE: The Leadership Development Podcast) This post contains affiliate links. When you make a purchase through these links, The Aspire Podcast gets a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. Need a Presenter for a conference or school PD? https://joshstamper.com/contact/ (Contact Joshua Stamper ) for presentations on Restorative Practices, Leadership Development, and Innovative campus systems. Watch my session on Trauma Informed, restorative and social emotional practices athttp://www.teachsummit.com/stamper ( www.teachsummit.com/stamper) Follow the Host, Joshua Stamper: Contact:https://joshstamper.com/contact/ ( https://joshstamper.com/contact/) Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/Joshua__Stamper ( www.twitter.com/Joshua__Stamper) Instagram:http://www.instagram.com/joshua__stamper ( www.instagram.com/joshua__stamper) Linkedin:http://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-stamper/ ( www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-stamper) Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/AspirePodcast ( https://www.facebook.com/AspirePodcast) Subscribe:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast/id1384210762?mt=2 ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast/id1384210762?mt=2) Aspire to Lead made it to the Best New Education Books [caption id="attachment_3718" align="alignnone" width="1024"]https://joshstamper.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/IMG_8944.jpg () Aspire to Lead, Joshua Stamper, Book Authority Award, Best new book[/caption] I'm happy to announce that my book, "Aspire to Lead", made it to https://bookauthority.org/books/new-education-books?t=1424ls&s=award&book=1953852386 (BookAuthority's Best New Education Books). BookAuthority collects and ranks the best books in the world, and it is a great honor to get this kind of recognition. Thank you for all your support! The book is available for purchase https://www.amazon.com/dp/1953852386?tag=uuid10-20 (on Amazon). https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1953852386/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1953852386&linkCode=as2&tag=aspirewebsite-20&linkId=0d9c336e3db6ab16cbb08421ef3e4175 Review the Podcast I want to give a huge shout out to those who have taken the time to provide a review on Apple, Spotify or any other podcast platform. It
Did you know that women lost 36 years of progress in 2020 alone? That's a startling statistic from the World Economic Forum, and Jane Finette is committed to reversing that trend.Jane is the Founder and Executive Director of The Coaching Fellowship, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of young women leaders in social and environmental change. Jane has dedicated her life to achieving equality for women — empowering them to create impact and build the world of tomorrow, today. She's the author of Unlocked: How Empowered Women Empower Women, which is a must-read to understand the challenges women around the world have faced and are still facing today.You'll discover: Why Jane founded The Coaching Fellowship and what she wants to achieve with itWhy women lost 36 years of progress in 2020—what happened and what was lostWhy people should care about gender equalitySpecific steps women can take individually to support other womenWhat men can do to support equality for women
A developed marriage will develop us for everything that we do. 1. Marriages exposes who we really are. Our weaknesses are exposed. 2. Marriage has the capability to weaken everything that we do, or strengthen everything we do. 3. Marriage teaches us how to communicate. 4. Marriage sets us up for long term leadership. 5. Marriage is the parenting machine. Leading our kids teaches us how to lead others. Support the show
Today we sit with Dana Lubner, the Head of Leadership Development at Rent Responsibly. Dana's sales story is unique and she chats up her breaking into sales. Moving forward in her timeline Dana finds herself in a passionless position where she eventually reached out to her little brother and joined his team which gained her access to the vacation rental industry. Our space is up against it constantly battling regulations and rule changes. We talk about how individual property owners can help collaborate as an industry to tackle the pushback the short-term rental movement is receiving from communities. Rent Responsibly is the organization at the forefront helping property managers navigate these battles and arming them with data to combat overreaching regulations. You don't want to miss this episode! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors at Beyond and Casago! Beyond Special Offer: https://go.beyondpricing.com/no-bs Free Portfolio Assessment $30 credit when you sign up Casago Special Offer: Go to https://casago.com/nobs/ to book your discovery call! A review of your business' operating expenses to identify where you can save money Information on how to partner with Casago to scale your company Free $100 Amazon gift card for attending our 1-hour discovery call Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode Highlights, Links and Resources:During the opening, Steve and Jeremie talk about credibility and competency. Learn a helpful tool about being a leader people want to follow here.During the Q&A Steve mentions that there's a difference between leading uphill and leading downhill. People get more tired going uphill so they need a clear understanding of where they are going, why they are going there and what the reward will be.If you'd like to submit a leadership question for the podcast, reach out to us here: firstname.lastname@example.orgHighlights from the interview with Sophie:Sophie shares about privilege and that if you have it, you get to share it. And it's like dominos. You still get to keep your privilege but you still get to give it away.Sophie also mentioned being able to make an impact in the Oklahoma Correctional Facilities. She said that when she is able to serve those in crisis, she comes out understanding a lot more. She said, "We need to be able to understands people's experiences in order to lead well".Our favorite episode quotes: Steve, "Most leaders hire for competency and fire for character."Jeremie, "People are looking for lights and leadership. They are looking for people who have the energy and can catalyze".Sophie, "If you have privilege, try and share it. When you do that you get to watch the impact of organizations and cultures".Episode Takeaway from Steve: Where's the challenge for me as a leader right now? Is there a competency or credibility gap in me right now? You can always work on competency and skills, but integrity is very hard to win back. So what would it take to have more integrity.Episode Takeaway from Jeremie: Sophie was transformed and liberated to be herself. She became activated by knowing her superpowers and now she is able to multiply. So, go do something. There's a journey and a process. Start!If you want to become a GiANT Certified Coach, go here and watch the videos, and find a certification cohort that best fits your needs.Links for Sophie:LinkedInWebsiteIf you'd like Steve or Jeremie to speak at your next event, either live or remote, inquire here: https://giantspeakers.com
There is a prestige in working for a large company with all the perks and benefits. For those of us in small business we know what it is like to compete against "the big dogs" and sometimes feel like it would be great to just glean some of their knowledge and implement it in our systems. But the reality is the lure of the big business can leave us wondering what is going on in there as you quickly realize they have challenges and dysfunctional processes like all other businesses. In this episode we discuss our experience working with big businesses and how the security of a large company can lure away some of your small business team members.
It's time to stop overlooking one of the most important soft skills around, empathetic leadership. Listen as Host Rich Rininsland speaks with leadership experts Robyn Garrett and Christie Turley about why everyone should practice empathy in the workplace and how it can increase engagement, productivity, and team morale.
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Your organization just made an important executive hire – now what? Organizational Psychologists Dr. Stacey Philpot and Dr. Ted Freeman are here to answer this question and more. The two join Roy to continue their conversation around leadership transitions, discussing the ins and outs of leadership integration and acceleration. Drawing on their wealth of experience, Ted and Stacey outline the essential steps in implementing executive talent and speeding up the likelihood of success, as well as the positive impact they can have in their new role. Ted and Stacey have been partnering with Noto Group on these kinds of complex and mission critical VP and C-Level hires for the last few years. Ted has extensive experience as an organization development consultant and executive. He previously served as Culture Officer at EILEEN FISHER, INC and couples this expertise with more than a decade of consulting experience in the areas of leadership development, organizational effectiveness, and executive coaching. Stacey brings over 20 years of experience as an organizational consultant to her role as Managing Partner at Executive Development Consulting. She's advised Fortune 500 companies and CEOs on how to use leadership development to accelerate growth and increase their competitive advantage. Highlights from our conversation include:Concerns senior executives may have when entering new organizations (2:55)The four essential elements of success for new executive hires (5:17)Key steps when onboarding and integrating leadership teams (6:59)How to help new leaders productively and successfully engage with stakeholders (7:52)Challenges and risks faced by organizations when bringing in senior executives (9:29)The necessity for self-awareness and planning when entering a role (15:03)How to speed up the process of recalibration (18:15)The importance of contextualizing a new hire's mandate for change within the ecosystem of the organization (21:16)The recipe for organizational success (22:10)Visit HowIHire.com for transcripts and more on this episode.Follow Roy Notowitz and Noto Group Executive Search on LinkedIn for updates and featured career opportunities.Subscribe to How I Hire:AppleSpotifyAmazonGoogle
What would your life look like if you were guided by these three leadership principles: Be present, stay conscious, act compassionately? My guest Teresa Roche lives those principles every day and guides others to do the same. You'll love the important insights Teresa shares about her key learnings in her own journey as a leader…and as a human being.Teresa is the leader of the Human Resources team for the City of Fort Collins, and she has more than thirty years of experience working as an executive in various high-tech companies. Teresa has a deep passion for collaboration and learning because she's interested in how individuals and organizations develop the capability to interpret an evolving and complex environment in order to take effective action. You'll discover: Why Teresa changed her title from Chief Human Resources Officer to Human Resources ExecutiveHow Teresa has used the Enneagram over the past 40 years for her own growth and for the growth of those she works withWhy Teresa makes no distinction between work self and home selfHow she defines “radical candor” and uses it to wake people up to their potential
In this bonus episode, Starr Sackstein shares her exciting announcement about Hacking Assessment and we discuss how to shift the “Grades Mindset”, change your grading system, and improve the feedback process. In this episode, we discuss: A No-Grade Classroom Rebranding Assignments as learning experiences Project based learning - Teaching the Reflection Process Ditching the Traditional Gradebook And her new edition, Hacking Assessment: 10 Ways to Go Gradeless in a Traditional Grades School About Starr Sackstein: Starr Sackstein is a recovering perfectionist who is an assessment reforming enthusiast. Currently, she works with teacher teams to engage students in the learning process, advocate for personal growth, and effectively use student data to drive instruction with the Core Collaborative. She also works as publisher for Mimi & Todd Press. In her past lives, she was a high school English and journalism teacher, a lead Humanities learner, and social media manager. Additionally, Starr is an author, blogger, and speaker committed to changing the way we do assessment nationally and globally. Her most recent book is called Assessing with Respect: Everyday Practices that Meet Students' Social and Emotional Needs with ASCD. When Starr isn't evangelizing about grading reform, she is the wife to Charlie, mindfulness mountain biker extraordinaire, and mother to Logan, a high school student, and gamer and Huxley the cat, an aging Abyssinean. Follow Starr Sackstein Website: http://www.mssackstein.com (www.mssackstein.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/mssackstein (https://twitter.com/mssackstein) (@MsSackstein) Instagram: Starr53177 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MsSackstein (https://www.facebook.com/MsSackstein) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/starrsackstein/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/starrsackstein/) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StarrSackstein (https://www.youtube.com/c/StarrSackstein) Hacking Assessment Book (NEW Edition): https://www.amazon.com/dp/1956512217?&linkCode=sl1&tag=starrsacks-20&linkId=3eb6cd7d997618655b7b038651defa60&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1956512217?&linkCode=sl1&tag=starrsacks-20&linkId=3eb6cd7d997618655b7b038651defa60&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl) [caption id="attachment_3508" align="alignnone" width="1024"]https://joshstamper.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Aspire-Swag-Website-Image-update-6.18.21.png () Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast Swag, Joshua Stamper, Teach Better[/caption] NEW Aspire Swag with Discount Code: ASPIRE Tee-Shirts and Drinkware: https://teachbetterswag.com/collections/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast (ASPIRE: The Leadership Development Podcast) This post contains affiliate links. When you make a purchase through these links, The Aspire Podcast gets a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. Need a Presenter for a conference or school PD? https://joshstamper.com/contact/ (Contact Joshua Stamper ) for presentations on Restorative Practices, Leadership Development, and Innovative campus systems. Watch my session on Trauma Informed, restorative and social emotional practices athttp://www.teachsummit.com/stamper ( www.teachsummit.com/stamper) Follow the Host, Joshua Stamper: Contact:https://joshstamper.com/contact/ ( https://joshstamper.com/contact/) Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/Joshua__Stamper ( www.twitter.com/Joshua__Stamper) Instagram:http://www.instagram.com/joshua__stamper ( www.instagram.com/joshua__stamper) Linkedin:http://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-stamper/ ( www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-stamper) Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/AspirePodcast ( https://www.facebook.com/AspirePodcast) Subscribe:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast/id1384210762?mt=2 (...
Joshua Rene: CEO + Design StrategyOver 20+ years of leadership roles in Human Services taught Joshua that serving people begins with serving how they think. After building an extensive background in service, product, and behavioral design, he maxed out; he found himself no longer fitting into the traditional and typical landscapes of business (in a good way!) So, he created a proprietary design and strategy consultancy, The Spill Teem!Joshua has received the Program Leadership in Sales, Marketing and Technology Award, a Mastery Certification in Leadership Development, and is widely considered a thought leader in change and business innovation.Support the show
Learning to love through your work with Thomas Drucker and Marcy T. Rogers Thomas Drucker MA. ABD, Founder & President, Consultants in Corporate Innovation: Tom is a recognized expert in Leadership Development and successful large-scale organizational changes. His mission is to remove fear from all workplaces, as well as to assist people find passion, purpose, and meaning in their work. He began his own consulting firm, Consultants in Corporate Innovation. He and his partners helped AT&T retrain thousands of HR professionals to become business partners and not administrators. Other assignments included a culture change via leadership development for the VCA chain of veterinary hospitals and assisting global public companies, including ASSA ABLOY, Google, the Ford Foundation, GE, and Apple. He was asked by INC Magazine to go on a speaking tour to promote finding joy at work. The title of his talk: “Work need not be a nasty four-letter word!” Marcy T. Rogers, M. Ed, President and CEO, SpineMark Corp, is a leading businesswoman in the healthcare industry with more than 30 years experience in developing specialty centers of excellence in niche surgical fields like craniofacial surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, interventional pain and spine. Global demand led to the formation of her company SpineMark Corporation, an innovative service company that aligns physicians, facilities and medical device manufacturers to improve the quality of spine care through the planning, development, marketing and management of successful Spine Centers of Excellence throughout the United States and abroad. Thomas Drucker LinkedIn | Marcy T. Rogers LinkedIn
A self proclaimed paranoid planner, Toms Blodnieks shares why it is critical to plan everything, including our to our downtime with family and friends.As the Chief Operations Officer of DeskTime, the ultimate all-in-one automatic time tracking software, Toms shares what they have done with their hybrid workforce and the benefits of adopting a simple and more productive 35-hour work week. He admits communication is a challenge, but according to Toms, once those processes are in place, your success is sure to follow. Don't miss this informative episode!
Sinead Sharkey-Steenson is The Career Elevator Coach at Generation Women where she helps women get the promotions and pay-rises they deserve. Passionate about equality and seeing more women in leadership, Sinead blends practical strategies with simple mindset tools to achieve amazing results…with several getting over 100% payrises and multiple promotions! To date she's helped close to 10,000 women take a step up. Sinead draws on over 20 years corporate experience in HR, Leadership Development, Business Improvement, and Cultural Transformation to help her support women to achieve their ambitions. She has been recognised as one of 22 Leaders to Learn from in 2022 by Bunch Leadership App. She has developed and delivered career and leadership programmes for multiple global organisations including; Sensata, Citi, Deloitte, the IFA, and Lean In. Sinead has a lifelong love of learning and strives to bring the best academically and professionally to her work. She has a BA Hons in Psychology, MSc Computing, MSc Human Resource Management, is an NLP Master practitioner, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and an accredited ICF Coach and Positive Intelligence (PQ) Coach. She's a mum of two girls who have made her even more passionate about equality. She also loves live comedy and music, sleep, and cold water swimming…in that order! In today's episode Sinead shares her story taming her imposter. For years others described her as shy - but she didn't feel like she was shy! She thought she observed and made her move when she was ready. It was always Sinead father's dream for her to be an international lawyer and that became her goal and ambition too. Suddenly, at the age of 15 her father passed away. But she didn't just loose her parent, she lost her compass. What did she want to do? Who was she really? Sinead went off to university, she studied psychology, and it didn't take long for the shy 7 year-old to come back out. Her imposter kicked in. She lived in fear of being found out, of speaking up in meetings, of being asked to do anything on her own. Sinead realized she was going to have to tackle her imposter syndrome, step up, and change things for the better, and that's exactly what she's done. To connect with Sinead visit her website https://genwomen.global and on LinkedIn here Facebook @GenerationWomen and Instagram @GenerationWomen Stories of Inspiring Joy is a production of Seek The Joy Media and created by Sydney Weiss. To learn more and submit your story, click here. *Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Stories of Inspiring Joy.
God wants to reveal the mystery of Christ to us. We ought to be gospel detectives that unveil the mystery of God. Our ministry is revealing the mystery of Christ. Let us be regarded as people who are great stewards of the mystery of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Show notes (posted every Tuesday) can be found HERE.
How do you find the right mentor? How should you prepare before meeting with your mentor? How is sponsorship key for success? How do we address inequities in how mentorship is offered? Check out the fourth part in this series with Dr. Harriet Hopf, Executive Director of Faculty Development and Academic Affairs in the Department of Anesthesiology and Co-Director of the Utah Coaching and Advancement Network. Additional Resources: UCAN: https://medicine.utah.edu/faculty-dev/programs/coaching-program Manuel SP, Poorsattar SP. Mentoring up: Twelve tips for successfully employing a mentee-driven approach to mentoring relationships. Med Teach. 2021; 43:384-387. Zerzan JT, Hess R, Schur E, Phillips RS, Rigotti N. Making the most of mentors: A guide for mentees. Acad Med. 2009;84(1):140-144. Kow CS et al. A systematic scoping review of ethical issues in mentoring in medical schools. BMC Medical Education (2020) 20:246. Straus SE, Johnson MO, Marquez C, Feldman MD. Characteristics of successful and failed mentoring relationships: A qualitative study across two academic health centers. Acad Med. 2013;88(1):82-89. Hastings LJ, Kane C. Distinguishing Mentoring, Coaching, and Advising for Leadership Development. New Directions for Student Leadership. 2018;158:9-22.
This week's guest, Dwight Carter, shares how the motto “Be GREAT” changed his mindset, school culture assessment, and trajectory of his leadership journey. Join us as we explore Dwight's new district position and new book, Be Great! In this episode, we discuss: Assessing School and District Culture Gratitude Techniques And his new book, Be Great: Five Principles to Improve School Culture from the Inside Out About Dwight Carter: Dwight Carter is a nationally recognized school leader from Central OH. Because of his collaborative and innovative leadership, in 2010, he was inducted into the Jostens Renaissance Educator Hall of Fame. He was also named a 2013 National Association of Secondary School Principals Digital Principal of the Year, the 2014 Academy of Arts and Science Education High School Principal of the Year, the 2015 Ohio Alliance of Black School Educators Principal of the Year, and the 2021 Columbus Africentric Early College Sankofa Emerging Leader. He is currently the Director of Student Support Systems for the Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical School District. He is the co-author of What's In Your Space? Five Steps to Better School and Classroom Design (Corwin, 2016), Leading Schools in Disruptive Times: How to Survive Hyper-change (Corwin 2018/2021); and a contributing author to Because of a Teacher: Stories of the Past to Inspire the Future of Education written and curated by George Couros. His first solo book, Be GREAT: Five Principles to Improve School Culture from the Inside Out, was just published on July 16th (IMPres, 2022). Additionally, he has contributed to several educational books and articles. Follow Dwight Carter: Website: https://dwightcarter.edublogs.org/ (https://dwightcarter.edublogs.org/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dwight_Carter (https://twitter.com/Dwight_Carter) https://www.amazon.com/Be-Great-Principles-Improve-Culture/dp/1948334569?crid=3I2F0AQB04LOK&keywords=dwight+carter+be+great&qid=1659198143&sprefix=dwight+carter+%2Caps%2C135&sr=8-1&linkCode=ll1&tag=aspirewebsite-20&linkId=8f98d9ce9266eeb6a69882f9f303efcf&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl [caption id="attachment_3508" align="alignnone" width="1024"]https://joshstamper.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Aspire-Swag-Website-Image-update-6.18.21.png () Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast Swag, Joshua Stamper, Teach Better[/caption] NEW Aspire Swag with Discount Code: ASPIRE Tee-Shirts and Drinkware: https://teachbetterswag.com/collections/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast (ASPIRE: The Leadership Development Podcast) This post contains affiliate links. When you make a purchase through these links, The Aspire Podcast gets a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. Need a Presenter for a conference or school PD? https://joshstamper.com/contact/ (Contact Joshua Stamper ) for presentations on Restorative Practices, Leadership Development, and Innovative campus systems. Watch my session on Trauma Informed, restorative and social emotional practices athttp://www.teachsummit.com/stamper ( www.teachsummit.com/stamper) Follow the Host, Joshua Stamper: Contact:https://joshstamper.com/contact/ ( https://joshstamper.com/contact/) Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/Joshua__Stamper ( www.twitter.com/Joshua__Stamper) Instagram:http://www.instagram.com/joshua__stamper ( www.instagram.com/joshua__stamper) Linkedin:http://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-stamper/ ( www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-stamper) Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/AspirePodcast ( https://www.facebook.com/AspirePodcast) Subscribe:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast/id1384210762?mt=2 ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast/id1384210762?mt=2) [caption id="attachment_3718" align="alignnone"...
Trent joins Faith Backstage to discuss the role he played in reviving a former mega church with dwindling attendance, and how he and the team used a relational ministry model to bring life and growth back to the church. We also discuss leadership development models, determining a church's unique vision and distinctives, and why he's grateful his sin was brought into the light when he was 19.
What if you could turn your performance review process into a real development opportunity? Angela Stopper, Ph.D., describes exactly what she and her team at UC Berkeley did to accomplish this amazing transformation.Angela is the Chief Learning Officer and Director of People and Organization Development at the University of California, Berkeley. She is responsible for the team that creates and delivers campus-wide learning initiatives supporting supervisory, management, functional, and technical learning efforts for the campus's 9,000 staff and faculty administrators.You'll discover: The You-Me-We Learning Model that forms the basis for all their development programsWhy the entire learning operation at UC Berkeley is branded as GROWWhat they've done to empower learners to be self-drivenHow coaching has been incorporated into their performance review systemWhat “Achieve Together” conversations between managers and employees sound like
This week on the I Am A Champion Show, the guys are joined by Chip Baker, Darius Bradley Sr and Jeffrey Lodick. Chip Baker is a Teacher/Coach, Author, Motivational Speaker and Life Coach. He has a series on his youtube channel "Chip Baker- The Success Chronicles" where he talks with people about their path to success. He shares the stories for inspiration and motivation. Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @chipbakertsc Youtube Channel Link- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbFQhsdMnvic9XN-iY5bsag Live. Learn. Serve. Inspire. Go get it! Jeffrey Lodick is a Professional Speaker,, Podcast Host, Veteran Transition Advocate, and works in Leadership Development for Student Athletes. His podcast is called Change Your Forecast. Change Your Forecast is a leadership consulting group that uses organized sports as a foundation to teach life and leadership lessons. The focus is on student athletes, coaches and parents of athletes. We concentrate on effective and confident communication, accountability and goal setting/achieving techniques. Darius N. Bradley Sr. resides in Fresno Tx. but was born and raised in New Orleans La. He is a loving husband and proud father of three. He is a passionate Encourager speaker/CEO and co-owner of Full Ability Clothing and organization advocating for our differently abled community. He is a bestselling author, an aspiring actor , he has featured in music videos and independent film projects.He has served his gift of encouragement within the public schools in the Houston metropolitan area. He has provided team building activities for national corporations such as Costco's, Walmart, Panda Express and many others. He has provided motivational coaching services for Semi-pro football leagues ,local organizations, hospitals and more. He does daily motivational videos on all of his social media platforms in addition to composing, editing and doing voiceovers. He provides daily life coaching support for many community members, family and friends. Connect with Chip on LinkedIn here https://www.linkedin.com/in/chip-baker-thesuccesschronicles-825887161/ Connect with Jeffrey Lodick here https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-lodick-speaker/ Connect with Darius Bradley here https://www.linkedin.com/in/darius-bradley-sr-divine-encourager-aa746a214/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/4dathletes/message
In this podcast, Heidrick & Struggles' Sean McLean speaks to Theresa Jang, executive vice president and chief financial officer at Stantec, an award-winning international engineering and design company based in Canada and listed on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges. Jang shares her career journey and what it was like taking on a CFO role in a new industry, and offers advice for aspiring CFOs. She also discusses the leadership lessons she learned while serving as both an executive and a board member through periods of adversity and rapid change, what she believes leaders are doing well to accelerate the progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion in their organizations, and what business partnership means to her as a CFO. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I'm joined by chef, food blogger, photographer, recipe developer, and creator of Ask Chef Dennis®, Dennis Littley. He's an online cooking sensation known for sharing his recipes and techniques that result in restaurant-quality meals in under 30 minutes. After transitioning from chef to food services management, Dennis landed in the cafeteria of an all-girls Catholic high school. He was tired of the same old pizza and chicken nuggets, and decided to use his fine dining experience to revamp the menu. He eventually created a culinary program that brought acclaim to the school and was used as a model for other schools around the country.It was around that time that he started his food blog to provide a space for his trainees to learn more and connect, but he also gained a global following. Dennis and I discuss what inspired him to get out of his comfort zone, start recording cooking videos, and develop new social media skills. He shares the stories behind some of his most popular recipes, including the fan-favorite tiramisu, and what his vision is for his culinary travel series. Throughout his career, Dennis has always been dedicated to paying it forward and opening people's minds to the world of possibility that exists within the home kitchen. Even in a prosperous and privileged country like the US, there are millions of children and adults who don't get the daily meals they need in order to thrive. Dennis is passionate about the work that the folks over at Feeding America do to ensure equitable access to nutritious food for all Americans. Listen to today's episode to hear Chef Dennis' story and find joy in the one thing that brings us together: delicious food! Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, Simplecast, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered:The importance of surrounding yourself with a with a team that lifts you up and delegating tasksReigniting the spark for something that you love after experiencing burnout Tips for becoming more present in the cooking and eating process Being open to learning new skills and reinventing yourself in retirementHow Dennis is upgrading his website and staying on top of food trends Dennis' philosophy of giving everything in life three chancesAbout our guest: Dennis' BlogDennis' InstagramDennis' FacebookDennis' TikTokFeeding America WebsiteSpecial Offers: If there's a topic or charity you want me to highlight on the podcast, DM it to me on Instagram @getbusylivin_podFollow Us:Get Busy Livin' Podcast WebsiteGet Busy Livin' Podcast Instagram Get Busy Livin' Podcast TwitterAnne's Website Anne's LinkedInAnne's InstagramAnne's Twitter