SPRING SEASON (WOMEN IN THE “BOYS CLUB” SERIES) MINUTE 25 – Increasing your notability
Do you feel invisible?
How do you get noticed by peers, bosses and collegues? Or better yet, get promoted or hired?
Find out in this week’s segment where I talk about increasing your notability.
SPRING SEASON (WOMEN IN THE “BOYS CLUB” SERIES) MINUTE 24 – Fashion Style pep talk
What does your style say about you after you have already made your first impression in your career?
What you wear does not define who you are but you save many steps in your career progression when you carry yourself with confidence and dress the part.
SPRING SEASON (WOMEN IN THE “BOYS CLUB” SERIES) MINUTE 23 – Credibility
Do you feel you are not being taken seriously? Perhaps because of your gender or your age?
Tune in that episode to find out what you need to let go of and start doing more of.
Have a great skills honing week!
SPRING SEASON (WOMEN IN THE “BOYS CLUB” SERIES) MINUTE 22 – Leadership Presence
Do you feel pushed aside or like you are talking in a vacuum during meetings?
You will want to tune into that episode! It may have something to do with your level of Leadership Presence.
Leadership presence is all about your entire “showing up” package!
SPRING SEASON (WOMEN IN THE “BOYS CLUB” SERIES) MINUTE 21 – Paradigm shift
Do men have it better than women in the workplace?
And if so, can we restore a balance?
In this first episode of “Women in the boys-club” series, I invite us to flex our action based decisions muscles.
Share your thoughts in the comments below. Keep it kind, constructive and conversational.
FALL SEASON MINUTE 20 – The Concept of Freedom
Ahhh freedom… what does it look like?
In this episode I add a dimension that makes the freedom you want work for you.
It takes self-awareness and courage!
Have a great skills honing week!
Pssst: there’s a little bonus song after the end… freedom inspired.
In this segment I share a pizza story that happened with my husband Todd, and he approves of the version… we’ve both been laughing quite a bit using it as an analogy since then. 😉
The practice of Equanimity in Leadership (and personal life) have invaluable effect on your mindset, the one of others around you and is an effective tool to manage stress.
“The space of awareness allows every content of mind to be or not to be, to come and go. Thoughts are just thoughts, sounds are just sounds, situations are just situations, and people are just being themselves” _ Rich Hanson, PH.D
FALL SEASON MINUTE 14 INTRO
Leadership Minute(ish) Monday is back as promised with a new fall series!
If assumptions were true, your leadership skills would be as good as it gets.
Have fun with this workout over the summer and I will be back on September 10th with a different flavor of this leadership minute.
“If others tell us something we make assumptions, and if they don’t tell us something we make assumptions to fulfill our need to know and to replace the need to communicate. Even if we hear something and we don’t understand we make assumptions about what it means and then believe the assumptions. We make all sort of assumptions because we don’t have the courage to ask questions.” _ Don Miguel Ruiz, The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom
Resourcefulness is an invaluable skill to redefine what is possible, especially during crunch time or when feeling stuck.
What does Aristotle and resetting your mind on the spot during a presentation or meeting you are leading?
Watch this week’s leadership minute to find out.
Have a great skills workout!
In this week’s workout I give simples ways to cultivate teamwork, which is a crucial skill in business.
Enjoy the workout!
In this week’s soft skills workout I talk and give exercises about the MOST important and impactful skill you can cultivate throughout all the aspects of your life.
This leadership minutes focuses on work environment, however you can apply the exact same strategies and exercises rituals at home.
Clients who are receptive, strong and humble enough to respond and act on self-awareness coaching are the ones who become way ahead of their leadership curve. I’ve seen it… many times.
Have a great Workout!
As the saying goes, changes is the only constant in the world. In this week’s training, I give two ways to easily enhance your adaptability.
This skill is particularly useful when you develop talents and the most effective way to grow and stay relevant.
Being fashionably late is not fashionable.
For anyone who struggles with punctuality, I feel your pain. And once you train yourself to cut it off for good, you can breathe SO much more and be even more effective overall.
Crank it up this week and have a great skills workout! …this videos is a place to start… The rest takes a lot more digging to get rid of that habit.
MINUTE 4 – CREATIVE THINKING
Creative Thinking is that one skill that will kick “feeling stuck” to the curb.
You can never practice it too much.
Have a great workout!
MINUTE 3 – ACTIVE LISTENING
Did you know that 90% of communication was listening?
If you did, great! Keep listening… and if not, keep listening too.
This week Leadership Minute Monday is all about Active Listening.
Tune in – this video has no titles or subtitles. This is a special episode live from the ski slopes.
MINUTE 2 – EMPATHY
Social Skills is a massive topic so throughout the year I will address different aspects of it.
Today, I give exercises to sharpen our empathy muscles.
Happy Monday Skills Workout!
MINUTE 1 – CRITICAL THINKING
What was the last executive decision you took and why?
This is not a question we really ask ourselves, especially when we are experienced and intuitive. However, practicing critical thinking can improve those decisions over time.
In this episode – I share two simple ways to sharpen your critical thinking skills.
VIDEO SERIES INTRODUCTION
It’s a start!
From now until the end of 2018, get a weekly bite size 60 minutes soft skills development training.
This week, a little introduction… and next week I kick off the series with Critical Thinking!
Leadership training video series, coming in March!
You will want to watch, especially if you manage people, lead teams (or aspire to) or simply believe that constant training of your soft skills keeps you sharp relevant and current through time. I never met any successful high performers who stopped training and revisiting the things on would thing they “already know”.
And as Shunryu Suzuki said: “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the expert’s mind there are a few.”