David Gorsage

Cultivating the Extraordinary Leader Within with David Gorsage

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.

Maximizing our Impact as Leaders with Miriam Meima

Maximizing Our Impact as Leaders with Miriam Meima

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.

How to Foster a Feedback Culture

How to Foster a Feedback Culture with Jennifer Loper

Jennifer Loper, president of a marketing agency C3, and Rosie Ward are keen on normalizing the messiness of being human. In this episode, we're going into rich dialogue on the concept of "truth with care" and why it's crucial in both our personal and professional relationships. Together, they will uncover why feedback, even if delivered clumsily, should be seen as a gift, and why avoiding giving feedback is more harmful to our relationships. They will also delve into deep conversations about being nice versus being kind, the risk of being kind, and the importance of open and clear communication.

Rosie in My Pocket: Team Effectiveness Exercise

In this episode, Rosie delves into psychological safety and its significance within various aspects of our lives. She introduces a powerful exercise that promotes open conversations about our emotional triggers and self-protective behaviors. She guides listeners through a step-by-step process where individuals share the stories they create when feeling triggered, the outward signs that indicate their self-protective mode, and how they'd like others to support them in realigning with their authentic selves.

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