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Best Selfleadership podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Selfleadership podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Short-term wins are easy. Sustained achievement is another story. On Lead to Win join New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and discover how current research combines with timeless wisdom for lasting success. From personal productivity to personal development, self-leadership to team leadership, and intentionality to influence, get the insights and tools you need to win at work and succeed at life.
 
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In times of stress, it is common to have lots of focused momentum, to feel overwhelmed and unmotivated, or to swing between both. There are two primary brain circuits that are responsible for those cycles. In thie episode, Kate discusses the difference between an adrenaline crash and the desire to quit that comes from the neuragenic system. She off…
 
Every so often, a moment presents itself that demands something out of the ordinary from us as leaders. These singular moments define much more than our businesses or organizations. They define us as leaders, and they define our future. In light of the tragic race-events that are taking place now in our country, we believe this to be one of those p…
 
How can you find fun without ignoring the real challenges in this time? Many of the easy ways people have fun when they are stressed bring short-term relief and have negative long-term consequences. How can we play and have fun in ways that minimize unintended negative consequences? How can we balance our needs for safety and control as we look for…
 
As a leader, you pride yourself on being proactive and in control. But one area feels like a perpetual Dumpster fire—email! It’s all communications, really. Slack messages, texts, voicemail, it’s a constant burn. When will it end? It’ll end when you stop reacting to messages and start taking control of your inbox. You need a personal communication …
 
Resilience is the art of bouncing back from stress. Extreme resilience is the art of groing stronger as a result of stress. How can we become stronger through our encounters with adversity. How can the challenges of living through a pandemic be used as a springboard for becoming a better version of yourself. Resources mentioned in this episode: Ext…
 
You’ve got a big vision for your business and you’re building a team to get you there. But where two or three people are gathered, there’s bound to be some misunderstanding. No matter how hard you work at it, you wind up having to repeat yourself. That costs time and wastes momentum. Why does communication have to be so hard? Actually, it doesn’t. …
 
Work from home? No problem! As a high achiever, you’ll thrive in any environment. But for those who happen to be parents, there’s another layer. Now you’re not just managing your productivity. You’re managing your kids’ education and activities at the same time. Talk about a productivity challenge! Here’s help. The Full Focus Kids and Full Focus St…
 
Fear brings out our self-protective behaviours, for good and bad. The COVID-19 pandemic threatens all of us. We are all afraid and functioning with less information than we want. We must rely on experts or make decisions that we feel unqualified to make. When others make different choices for themselves that we are making, it tempts us to question …
 
As a leader, you’re committed to transparency in running your business. But that’s not as easy as it sounds. What about introducing a major change or initiative? Or announcing a layoff? How to manage the flow of sensitive information without causing confusion or mistrust. No worries. We’ve spent the last 40 years perfecting the art of communicating…
 
Are you feeling slightly guilty because the challenges of living with a pandemic are pulling out the best of you? Are you disappointed because you are finding it hard to see the positive? Are you irritable and cranky and sick of your grumbling? Whatever you are feeling is okay. There is no way you SHOULD be feeling. You feel how you feel and there …
 
You’re well on the way to achieving your vision, but something unexpected happens. Maybe a cost overrun or a production delay. Vendors are confused. Customers aren’t happy. Employees start complaining as the problems pile up. Is it a sign that your vision is simply out of reach? Now way! We’ve been in the game long enough to know that resistance to…
 
Irritability can create more stress in a relationship if it isn't managed well. When people are irritable, they respond less well to everything. Irritability is a sign of stress and anxiety. A generous response to irritability creates compassion and deepens intimacy. You probably can't make them less irritable, at least not immediately, but you can…
 
The global pandemic has upended a lot of business plans. You’ve probably thought about getting some coaching to lead more effectively, but is it the right time to make that decision? Frankly, it doesn’t seem right that you can’t get help in dealing with the crisis—because of the crisis! Let’s check that limiting belief. Based on successfully leadin…
 
Kate presents an approach to planning that minimizes exposure to risk and maximizes ability to take advantage of unexpected opportunities. Mentioned in this episode: Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder by Nicholas Nassim Taleb The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership: A New Paradigm for Sustainable Success by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman & …
 
As a leader, you know vision is important. But what on earth is it? There are many conflicting voices on the subject. It’s enough to make you forget the whole thing and just focus on operations. Why is this so hard? We’ve been refining these concepts for decades. And we’ve distilled them into four distinct documents that form the foundation for any…
 
As a leader, you’re eager to develop a vision for your business. You’ve got a copy of The Vision-Driven Leader, and you’re ready to dig in. But how do you put this all together? Is it difficult to create a Vision Script? What can you expect by way of results? We’ve got answers! We’re joined in this episode by one of our coaching clients who has alr…
 
As a leader, you have a clear vision for the future. But the busyness of life always pulls your attention back to business as usual. You make occasional bursts of effort toward the vision, but there’s no real progress. It’s frustrating to watch your dream for the future collecting cobwebs. Here’s what we’ve learned after more than 40 years in leade…
 
You are a human being. This means that you are naturally wired to learn from circumstances and adapt to any environment. This is a capability that exists throughout our lifetimes. We can learn tools to enhance our natural adaptability or we can trust our innate traits. Either way, we will adapt to everything the world throws at us. Adapting is what…
 
You want to stay productive while working at home, but it’s not easy! There are challenges in team communication, collaboration, conferencing, and document sharing. And? You’ve got to set up an entirely new workspace. It’s challenging. And, especially at first, exhausting. We’ve got help. Based on nearly a decade of working remotely and leading rem…
 
As a leader, you are your company’s single greatest asset. While you’re guarding your health against the coronavirus, you must also deal with the stress and responsibility of running a business. It’s tough! This crisis threatens the mental and emotional resiliency of you and your team. Given the stress we’re under, how is it even possible to keep y…
 
When we can't predict the future, we can't predict how our decisions will turn out, but we still need to make decisions. In this episode, Kate talks about how to make skillful decisions under these circumstances. Using this process keeps us acting in alignment with our values and purpose despite the uncertainty. The process includes a combination o…
 
As a leader, you’ve thought a lot about where to take your business in the next year. But major disruptions—like the coronavirus crisis—can upend your vision. It’s a disorienting time, and it’s tempting to just hunker down and try to survive. Is it even possible to have a vision for the future right now? Yes, it is. We’ve weathered crises before, i…
 
You’ve probably noticed the trend in the last week of businesses offering products or services for free to help out during the COVID-19 crisis. I applaud the impulse, but there’s a fatal flaw in the logic—the economy depends on people creating value and other people recognizing that value and willingly paying for it. Now is the time to pivot, innov…
 
For people who are used to being able to influence the people and systems around them, learning how to feel secure and competent when their lives get disrupted is particularly challenging. Similarly, people who feel like they are just barely holding things together can be overwhelmed when things change faster than expected. Learning to ride the wav…
 
The opportunity to work from home sounds great! But the reality of being forced to make that shift on short notice can be stressful. Add to that the school closings, work-from-home spouses, and the general uncertainty of the times. It’s nerve wracking! You may be wondering how to keep your sanity, let alone keep your focus. We’ve got help. Our comp…
 
The COVID-19 crisis has created a lot of uncertainty for business leaders. Nearly every business has been affected, some drastically. Many are dealing with a drop-off in sales, learning to manage remote teams, and tremendous instability. It’s frightening, exhausting, and really shakes your confidence. Here’s help. Having led businesses through cris…
 
Combining the five elements of thriving, the theory of posttraumatic growth, and an understanding of the relationship between aliveness, anxiety, and depression articulated by Steve Bearman, PhD in his article Depression, Anxiety, and the Mismanagement of Aliveness, Kate presents a way of thinking about anxiousness and numbness that offer hope. She…
 
As a leader, you have a vision for the future. It’s clear. It’s practical. And you know it will make a huge impact. There’s just one problem: nobody’s buying it. When you communicate your vision, all you get are shrugs and blank stares. How frustrating! Based on our decades of experience and that of thousands of our coaching clients, we’ve learned …
 
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