Self-Leadership in an Era of Constant Change with Rom LaPointe

Rom LaPointe, Founder and CEO of Capricorn Leadership, found himself in leadership roles he never expected to be in and learned the hard way that success means taking care of yourself as well as your team. He realized change management, understanding your team’s needs, and a clear delegation of priorities are the keys to making the journey smoother. In this episode, hear how Rom encourages his team to take care of themselves and why asking questions is sometimes better than giving answers. He believes autonomy is essential for teams to reach their goals and stay healthy. Listen in to hear Rom’s insights on creating healthy habits and how this supports well-being and encourages leaders to prioritize self-care for themselves and their teams.

Re-Writing the Rules for Women’s Leadership with Helen Appleby

“I want to change corporate life for the better. It didn’t have to be as hard as it was for me. I want it to be better for the women that are coming behind us now.” Helen Appleby, Executive Coach and Women’s Leadership Trainer, is passionate about helping people, particularly women, navigate their careers and write their own rules for success. In this episode, Helen discusses how she uses her past experiences to help other women make their work visible while navigating uneven corporate standards. Listen in to learn strategies for reducing unconscious biases and giving women the recognition they deserve.

Rosie in My Pocket: Leveraging the F.B.I. Feedback Formula

I have had lots of conversations with people about feedback. One thing that is lacking and most people are hungry for is meaningful recognition and acknowledgment. Several years ago, I learned to leverage the F.B.I. (Feeling, Behavior, Impact) Feedback Formula from my friends at Barry-Wehmiller. It makes an immense difference in the effectiveness and impact of feedback (for both growth and recognition).

Bridging the Gap Between Caring About and Caring For with Jen Marr

Jen's life changed drastically when she found herself assisting in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shooting, and four months later, she was nearing the finish line when the Boston Marathon bombing occurred. In the wake of those tragedies, Jen found that while so many people said they cared, those affected did not feel cared for. Since then, she has dedicated her time to bridging the gap between caring and feeling cared for and has developed a system to train people how to connect better. In this episode, Jen Marr, author, founder and CEO of Inspiring Comfort, and trauma survivor, explains how leaders can cultivate and understand the power of making real, human connections. Listen in to learn the skills needed to build empathic cultures to rehumanize not just our workplaces, but our families and communities.

Being a Destination Employer: From Lip Service to Reality with Jason Ells

Jason Ells, the Senior Vice President at Custom Concrete, is passionate about creating a culture of purpose and well-being in a traditional blue-collar industry. He believes that by developing an environment where people know the company has their back, employees will be more likely to pour into the organization. In this episode, Jason shares how he’s made Custom Concrete a destination employer by encouraging employees to dream and helping them bridge the gap between where they are and where they want to be. Listen in to learn how he helps leaders equip their people to understand how they fit into the bigger picture so they can reach goals together.

The Power in the Pivot with Andrea Butcher

Does it feel like you're spinning your wheels trying to achieve your vision, find clarity, and maximize your impact? Andrea Butcher, CEO of HRD and podcast host of Being at Work, says the solution is to go big picture. In this episode, she shares her four-step visioning process and discusses the importance of knowing exactly what you’re working toward. Listen in to hear how to go from reacting to challenges and responding to them instead within the context of your goals.

Leading with Clarity and Discernment with Bessi Graham

Bessi Graham is a leadership coach and award-winning entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience helping businesses bring clarity and alignment to their organizations. In this episode, Bessi shares the secret to achieving internal balance, and it starts with learning how to be a discerning leader. Bessi specializes in helping people understand and lead themselves before leading others. She believes that taking the time to pause and reflect is key to making effective decisions and having a positive impact. Listen in to learn why her best piece of leadership advice is to push back against action bias and instead pause to sharpen your axe.

Designing Organizations to be Adaptive to Change with Brandi Olson

When important work is at stake, the only place it will get done is in reality, not in your head. So how do you take your big ideas and new initiatives and get them off the paper and fully implemented? Leadership coach and author, Brandi Olson, says the secret lies in effective prioritization and maximizing how value flows through your organization. In this episode, Brandi shares how she helps companies design their teams so they can get the right work done faster and better. Listen in for an in-depth discussion on adapting to change and understanding how to make room for focused work.

Celebrating Your Vulnerability as a Leader with Emilia D’Anzica & Sabina Pons

Many people think good leadership leaves no room for vulnerability. But in reality, the right level of empathy and humanness makes a workplace safe and inclusive. In this episode,  Emilia D’Anzica and  Sabina Pons, Co-Founders of Growth Molecules, discuss the importance of nurturing our authenticity and taking care of ourselves while working in a highly competitive environment. Listen to learn how to maintain an authentically friendly but firm presence through the experiences of two successful leaders, authors, and mothers.

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