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.
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.
John Robertson, Founder and President of FORTLOG Services, is an expert in leadership and crisis management. With a background in psychology, he has been instrumental in reshaping and redefining the concept of crises within the American Psychological Association. He joins Dr. Rosie Ward for a thought-provoking conversation about the power of crisis, defining our values, and living authentically in a world often clouded by filters and fear. From rethinking our approach to crises to learning from unexpected sources, this episode is packed with valuable insights on personal growth, leadership, and the importance of true connection.
In this short episode, Rosie explores the value of going first and stepping into the arena, drawing inspiration from an unexpected source—penguins! Discover how the act of going first can be a catalyst for incredible breakthroughs in teams and relationships, fostering a culture of courageous vulnerability. By modeling courage and sharing our authentic thoughts and struggles, we create a ripple effect, granting permission for others to do the same.