If you have a skillset or behavioural challenge you’re struggling with, then this week’s podcast is going to change the game for you. I’ll give you five questions you can ask yourself to help you quickly and sustainably improve performance. And, I’ll give you some answers as well.
This is content I teach in my 1-1 coaching program. It works. And I’m going to give it to you this week in my podcast.
If you’re out there right now thinking about quitting your corporate job for any reason, then this is the episode for you. I’m going to share my story and mindset leading up to making the decision to leave my job, what I thought would happen, what actually happened, and three things I’d do differently next time.
For years I believed it was unprofessional to be emotional at work. I was taught that emotions have no place at work. And while things are changing, that is still the prevailing belief. But let’s question that belief for a second.
Is it really true that emotions have no place at work? The real problem isn’t the emotions. It’s how you react to your emotions that could make things messy for you.
In this week’s podcast episode, I want to talk about how to be effectively emotional at work so you can have a healthier professional experience without creating a mess you’ll have to clean up later.
Making the transition from manager to leader is one of the biggest transitions in your career.
Everything you’ve done up to this point was about delivering results through your own work. That’s what you’ve been trained to do, and that’s what you’ve been rewarded for.
Now you’re in the position of being a leader of people, and what they need from you is guidance and support to get the job done.
So as any good leader would do, I’m going to help you figure out how to do that. I’ll give you the mindset shift that will make it easier to move from manager to leader. And I’ll offer three strategies to help you develop your action plan
You don’t like to waste money. And you certainly don’t like to waste time. But what about your potential? Is that valuable to you? Do you consider it an asset?
Of course it is. Your potential is actually higher-order to time and money. Yet, I’d argue that we don’t treat it with the same care and concern.
In this episode, we explore the question: what would you do differently if your potential was your most valuable asset? We’ll cover how you know you’re leaving your potential on the table and what small changes you can make to make more efficient use of this valuable resource.