Nell Derick Debevoise has charted a trajectory of impacting change through purpose-driven efforts. In this episode of Show Up as a Leader, Nell joins Rosie Ward to talk about redefining what courage is and isn't. They also break down what purpose is and isn't and how we can depressurize purpose and turn it into something very tangible and actionable. Together, Rosie and Nell dissect the underpinnings of a culture that champions individual contribution, the alignment of personal and corporate purpose, and the overarching impact of leading from a place of true self. Join them for the purpose party that they're inviting you to.
Rebecca Johnson and Natalie Johnson from Vidl Work continue their conversation about energy, focusing this time on emotional energy. Stacy Bick joins the conversation to explore the importance of acknowledging, processing, and reframing emotions in the workplace, and how doing so can lead to higher engagement and performance. Gain valuable insights and practical tips for navigating emotional energy in your professional and personal life in the Energy, Connection, and Courage series.
In this episode, Rosie shares her insights on the power of shifting from "I" to "You" in our communication. She challenges listeners to examine their emails, marketing content, and website messaging to create a sense of connection for the individual. Join Rosie on this journey of self-discovery and learn how this simple shift can profoundly impact how we engage with others.
Striving for 'good to great' isn't enough in our rapidly evolving world. In this episode, David Gorsage and Rosie Ward delve into the incremental steps you can take to become extraordinary. David shares his perspective on elevating unique team member abilities, the importance of one-on-one meetings, and the impact of communication on leadership effectiveness. David gives a lot of great tangible things we can do incrementally to get rid of what he calls our head trash and to start to show up as extraordinary.
Between all of the disconnection and chaos that is happening in the world and the almost daily conversations I’m having with leaders and teams lately, I’ve been thinking about the power of using our voice in productive ways and what holds us back and gets in our way. Do any of the following sound familiar...
Miriam Meima, a coach and facilitator for over 20 years, has a niche for studying the overlap between business and psychology. In this episode, Miriam and Rosie talk about setting boundaries, aligning intentions with impact, and the simple yet profound practice of acknowledging others. Miriam illustrates how we can start maximizing rather than minimizing our impact by crafting the world around us, leaving imprints on the hearts and minds of those we might never know we've touched.
Chris Johnson, author of "The Leadership Pause" and the owner of Q4-Consulting, is a renowned executive leadership coach, psychologist, and consultant. She explores the transformative power of pausing, reflecting, and discovering one's unique purpose. Emphasizing the importance of aligning purpose with personal values and motivations, she provides a thought-provoking practice for listeners to engage in introspection. Through this insightful discussion, Chris guides us to explore our purpose as leaders and fully authentic individuals in this episode.
Rosie Ward shares her insights on the value of intentionally leaning into gratitude as a remedy for foreboding joy. She delves into the vulnerability of experiencing joy and how we sometimes hold back from fully embracing it, fearing potential future disappointments. She invites us to notice where we may be foreboding joy in our own lives and challenges us to express gratitude as a way to lean into and feel the joy more fully. Rosie's message is a reminder to actively practice gratitude and allow ourselves to embrace joy, ultimately letting our sparkle shine. Join us on this journey of learning and inspiration as we explore her teachings on leadership and living a fulfilled life.
Christie Garcia is a passionate and introspective thought leader whose journey began with a deep dive into the intricacies of the human ego. Recognizing the reactive and emotionally charged nature of modern life, Christie became fascinated by the unintentional behaviors, mindsets, and beliefs often unknowingly cultivated within individuals and organizations. Her curiosity was first sparked by a personal exploration of her own ego, which led to a broader understanding that these patterns were not only typical but a fundamental aspect of societal and business structures.
In this episode, Rosie and Christie discuss the imperative of showing up fully and authentically, not just for ourselves, but to create a positive ripple effect in our world. They highlight the significance of owning our actions as a pathway to a more human workplace and delve into the three ego types that Christie identifies – the complier, the protector, and the controller. If not balanced, each of these can transform from strengths to detrimental behaviors in leadership. Let’s get started!
Rebecca Johnson and Natalie Johnson from Vidl Work continue their conversation about energy, focusing specifically on physical energy. The discussion delves into the crucial role of physical energy in navigating work and personal life, as well as the impact it has on emotional well-being. They share personal experiences with burnout and the strategies they have implemented to recharge their physical energy, emphasizing the importance of setting boundaries and having difficult conversations. Tune in for an engaging discussion on energy, connection, and courage at work with practical insights for maximizing your impact as a leader.