The Portal to Perspective: Working with Triggers with Chris Johnson

In this episode, Dr. Chris offers key strategies for managing triggers and enhancing leadership presence. She delves into how leaders can reframe their view of stress, face triggers, and utilize them to foster growth and adaptability. Chris, renowned executive leadership coach, psychologist, and consultant shares practices to help leaders not only be more self-aware but also adept at navigating the complexities of modern organizational landscapes.

Rosie in My Pocket: Permission to be New

In this episode, Rosie Ward explores the often-overlooked courage of being new. She unravels the undue pressures individuals place on themselves to excel instantly in new roles or skills. Through compelling anecdotes and actionable advice, she educates on the necessity of embracing imperfections when setting boundaries, clear expectations, or engaging in growth-focused feedback discussions.

Empathy at Work with Rebecca Johnson, Natalie Johnson and Lorraine Williams

With decades of cumulative experience fostering high-functioning teams, Lorraine Williams delves into the transformative journey of self-awareness and empathetic interaction, drawing from her tenure as an executive director managing over 1400 people. This episode illuminates the art of "leaving other people feeling felt," creating spaces for emotional expression devoid of judgment, and embracing the truths of others. Listen in as Lorraine shares her story with vidl work colleagues and hosts Rebecca and Natalie as they discuss the intrapersonal revelations and real-world anecdotes that underscore the skill of empathy—a vital tool for authentic connection, promoting a thriving workplace culture.

Humanizing Sales and Building Authentic Connections

Humanizing Sales and Building Authentic Connections with Nicholas Loise

From top sales performer to leading with empathy and authenticity, Nicholas Loise has navigated the challenging transition from individual accolades to team success. As founder and chief sales officer of Sales Performance Team, he brings his extensive experience to the forefront, reshaping the traditional sales approach.

In this episode of "Show Up as a Leader," Nicholas discusses the vital role of human connections in sales, tackling the tough decisions necessary for cultivating a healthy team environment, and the personal journey of overcoming self-doubt with host Rosie Ward. He emphasizes the significance of showing up genuinely as a leader and offers insight into promoting a more human-centric workplace culture.

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