According to Dr. Beverly Kaye, your career mobility is a kaleidoscope, not a telescope where you set your eyes on one thing. Changing your frame slightly can make all the difference. In this episode, you will cultivate your leadership mindset as you reflect on how you encounter change, your engagement at the table, and how quickly you celebrate the work put in front of you.
Seeking to understand, resisting the urge to interrupt, and minimizing distractions are just a few of the practical ways to improve your listening skills. In this week’s episode with listening specialist, Jane Adshead-Grant, you will walk away with insights on the colors of listening, how to lead without speaking, and how to develop deeper relationships through your listening.
Matthew Porter, President and CTO of EmpowerMe Wellness, is the epitome of grit, resilience, and gratitude. From this 142nd episode, you will walk away with action steps to build a better culture, encouragement from Matthew’s story, and opportunities for making a difference in the St. Louis area.
Laura Padousis believes the something extra every leader needs is curiosity. How beautiful it is to learn about the people and world around us by asking questions. When you allow your curiosity to lead conversations, you not only inspire an environment of collaboration, but you will get better solutions.
Regardless of who you are or what you do, we all have one thing in common: we’ve been created for relationships. There’s a good chance that someone has asked you what your love languages are, and if you haven’t, it’s about time you learn what yours is! Take a few moments to hear Dr. Gary Chapman, the man behind the love languages, speak about relationship building, communication, and leading others while standing in their shoes.
Do you know your leadership voice? If not, you’re in good company with leadership coach, Kadi Cole. Your day will be enriched by Lisa and Kadi’s conversion about leadership voice, stepping into your uniqueness, and celebrating those around you whom you couldn’t be more different.
In the words of Roy Scott, “You have to believe even when nobody else does. You have been given a vision and it’s essential that you stick to the course to see it come to fruition. You’ve got to have this unstoppable belief in yourself and your dream. You’ve got to have blind faith.” Take a few minutes out of your day to listen to Lisa and Roy’s conversation about changing the narrative, blind faith, and impacting the world around you.
In this Something Extra episode, you’ll find out why Founder and CEO of Hint Inc., Kara Goldin, calls herself an accidental entrepreneur and author. You will also walk away with the biggest factor in success, the value of taking risks, and how you will benefit from defying the doubters in your life.