In this special bonus episode, host Rosie Ward is joined by her friend, fellow podcaster, and Founder and Chief Meaningful Work Officer at the PeopleForward Network, Nikki Lewallen Gregory, for a conversation around some key aspects necessary for us to show up as courageous and successful future-ready leaders in our lives. Becoming a better leader and, in turn, the best and most authentic version of yourself is a never-ending and often challenging journey. When you lean into the messiness of life and take time for self-reflection, you can figure out how to get out of your way and increase your positive impact on those around you. Listen in as Nikki and Rosie go deeper into various tools and aspects of showing up as a courageous leader, where you can lean into the cringe without tapping out when things get tough.
In this episode, Rosie sits down with Tim Lupinacci to discuss the importance of mental health and purpose within organizations. As the pandemic has caused a shift in work models, Tim showcases how his 1300-person professional services firm has intentionally created pathways for career growth and connected work to a larger purpose beyond financial performance. They touch on the significance of effective leadership, the importance of providing mental health resources, and the role purpose plays in emotional well-being. Tim also shares personal stories of battling imposter syndrome and how he developed mantras to combat it. Join them as they dive into the practices and intentionality needed to keep purpose alive and meaningful within organizations.
Usually when we think about Dr. Seuss, what comes to mind are children’s books, bright colored characters with silly names, and lots of rhyming. And while these all are true, it turns out that when we look a little closer, there are incredible lessons to be learned about leadership. Leadership never has been – and...
In this short episode, Rosie recognizes fear as a universal emotion that can lead to catastrophizing or imagining worst-case scenarios. She shares the acronym, FEAR: False Evidence Appearing Real, and encourages us to acknowledge it, question the story we tell ourselves, and rewrite the narrative that serves us better. After all, courage means acting with fear rather than in its absence.
On this episode, Rosie welcomes Ulrike Seminati, a leadership and communication coach, to discuss creating a more human workplace where people can bring their authentic selves to work. They touch on the four limbic drivers and their impact on communication styles and navigating change. Listeners will gain practical wisdom they can put into practice. The conversation covers the challenges of being oneself in a corporate hierarchy and the importance of identifying and overcoming self-limiting beliefs. They also discuss personality types and how to communicate effectively with colleagues with different communication styles.