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Genevieve Hodge - Mindful leadership for climate action | Better Leaders show 45
Jan 22 2024
Genevieve Hodge - Mindful leadership for climate action | Better Leaders show 45
You can find the notes, links, and resources here https://betterhumans.me/genevieve-hodge-mindful-leadership-for-climate-action/ In this episode with Genevieve Hodge, we talked about the following:00:00 intro02:50 I found my Ikigai work with young, ambitious, engaged, smart, young people.06:50 From Hong Kong to Australia.08:20 To Europe, a sabbatical in Italy, and staying.10:00 People that care and human leadership.11:20 I have to take action.12:00 Working in middle school - unleash your inner superpowers to become the superhero of the world. 13:15 Connecting local events to climate change with a movie.18:10 How I grew a social consciousness.19:45 "Why would you serve those that can serve themselves"22:30 When you are not exposed to it, how do you learn?24:40 How big the problem is, it affects so many things.26:30 The lack of action and leadership from our leaders and politicians.27:10 Socially responsible leadership and long-term consequential thinking.33:00 How can you act better than before.36:20 How do you want to give back? Genevieve Hodge is an experienced Leadership Coach and Program Manager who has worked with hundreds of young leaders across Europe and Australia.She has developed leadership programs and is a member of the ICF and EMCC. Her qualifications include a Master of Education specializing in Leadership, Policy, and Change, a Post Graduate Certificate of Coaching, and a Bachelor of Business. She is a Master Neuro-Linguistic-Programming Practitioner and an Action Learning Facilitator.She is extremely passionate about developing leaders for a better world.
Gerardo Segat - humanizing leadership | Better Leaders show 44
Jan 15 2024
Gerardo Segat - humanizing leadership | Better Leaders show 44
You can find the notes and links for this episode here https://betterhumans.me/gerardo-segat-humanizing-leadership/ In this episode with Gerardo Segat, we talked about the following: 00:00 intro00:45 Why do we need to humanize leadership?04:00 Behaviours that we do as leaders that lead us away from a better world.06:00 The trigger to sell his business and become a coach.07:15 The inner goals he was looking for.12:25 Humanize means more contact with the inner human being.12:45 The Inner Development Goals15:10 Ai is a thread. Ai will push us towards more humanized leadership.16:25 The leadership skill for the future.18:15 Setting inner goals.19:35 The ultimate fears of a leader are being meaningless, loneliness, dependency, and uncertainty.26:25 Painting a scenario for his show.28:40 Improving the decision-making of the world leaders.31:30 Authenticity and intimacy are easier than we believe.34:15 Lead by example. After several experiences as an entrepreneur, chairman, director, and CEO, Gerardo Segat is now an international leadership coach. His purpose and legacy is humanizing leadership, his watchword is impact, and his values are authenticity, altruism, and respect. Gerardo’s secret weapon is sensitivity. He created PRELUDES, a coaching program to humanize leaders, organizations, and stakeholders through creative and powerful original experiences. Decision-making debates, corporate mottos, emotions-focused team meetings, and client interaction models to name a few. The world needs leaders who don’t hide behind a mask and find meaning, certainty, love, and freedom in themselves. By re-establishing the primordial connection with our inner human being, we unleash our true self, the humanity latent in us re-emerges and, by changing the course of our decisions and the lives we touch, the change extends to those around us and a better world. Out as Humans is a performance, both an individual and group immersive, moving, magical experience, which humanizes authentic leaders. The relationships and interactions among participants evolve thanks to a strong impulse to be open, trust, empathize, bond, and feel a sense of belonging.
Egbert Mulder - Circular leadership with the overview effect | Better Leaders show 42
Dec 18 2023
Egbert Mulder - Circular leadership with the overview effect | Better Leaders show 42
You can find the notes, links, and resources here https://betterleaders.me/egbert-mulder-circular-leadership-with-the-overview-effect/ In this episode with Egbert Mulder, we talked about the following: 00:00 intro01:50 Using the experience to inspire leaders to redesign their organisation 02:25 The overview effect - Frank White03:35 We came for the moon, but we discovered the earth.04:40 Earthrise explanation06:05 Planetary Awareness explanation07:15 From Earth gazing around 70-80% of the astronauts that return to Earth become eco-activists.09:15 The virtual journey begins at the back of the moon and then you travel towards earth.09:50 To develop a compassionate relationship with Earth.10:35 Action starts with awareness.10:55 Kate Raworth - Doughnut economy - "You can only understand the system when you are outside the system"15:30 The astronauts came back as different people, transformed by being in space.19:20 What is happening with life on earth, and why is it happening?20:00 It's not about saving the planet, it is about saving humanity.23:25 There is only one earth, there are no borders.24:15 We are all astronauts on spaceship Earth - Wubbo Ockels24: 35 You feel connected to the universe - nondualism27:55 Inner Development Goals (IDGs)28:10 Promoting a circular economy because we live on a finite planet.29:05 The development of leadership is a circle: 32:25 We have to act, and make it less bad. We have already surpassed some tipping points.35:20 How and where can you experience overview effect in the workshop?36:00 Looking for partners for the workshops. Egbert Mulder studied Social Sciences in Groningen, the Netherlands, and Sydney, Australia, and is a serial entrepreneur and founder of several companies in the fields of marketing, leisure, and leadership. Egbert is an author and consultant in the field of sustainability and leadership and as a keynote speaker, he regularly appears worldwide at conferences on sustainable leadership and circular and regenerative economy. In 2014 Egbert started CIRCULAR LEADERSHIP to support leaders and organizations in creating a liveable and sustainable future. The VR Workshop EARTH FROM SPACE ® is a unique, innovative and effective way to make a powerful contribution to accelerating system change towards a circular and regenerative economy through the so-called Overview Effect. The Overview Effect is what astronauts experience when they look at the Earth from Space and that is the reason that many astronauts become eco-activists. Do you want to join the Better Leaders group on LinkedIn?Request to become a member here Better Leaders by BetterHumans. Join us here https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14273878/
Arielle Goodman, Jenny Hegland, Lindsey Keck - From breakdowns to breakthroughs | Better Leaders show 41
Dec 11 2023
Arielle Goodman, Jenny Hegland, Lindsey Keck - From breakdowns to breakthroughs | Better Leaders show 41
Find the notes, links and resources for this episode here https://betterhumans.me/arielle-goodman-jenny-hegland-lindsey-keck-from-breakdowns-to-breakthroughs/ In this episode with Arielle Goodman, Jenny Hegland, and Lindsey Keck, we talked about the following: 00:00 A first with three guests 01:55 How did they come up with the name Unlimited Boundaries? 03:30 Using complementary skillsets to build a team 06:30 Dealing with difficult conversations and tough decisions - it takes a team to make great teams. 07:25 Connecting to the deeper why - inspired by a report of dr Vivek Murthy on an epidemic of loneliness and isolation. 08:10 Use shared practices as rituals 10:20 A great practice to address a difficult moment in the team. 12:35 Creating strong connections in a hybrid team 15:30 The challenge of silos in organisations and community settings and how silos keep us disconnected. 16:00 The communication and collaboration challenge. 16:55 We are born into a story of fragmentation. (Thomas Huebl) 18:10 The trauma that has lived within us is passed on epigenetically Epigenetics 19:40 Shining light on what happens in the house of organisations that we believe are normal but they are trauma. 20:50 Innovation happens when different parts of the business come together. 25:25 The relationship with Driftless Curiosity a Land-Based Learning Nonprofit. 25:40 The harm and beauty is also in everyone's backyard. 28:05 An example of that you don't have to go far for experiences to build resilience. 29:10 A practice of appreciation. 29:50 Poetry transports us into experiences very quickly and deeply. 30:10 Poetry Unbound is a series of immersive explorations of a single poem, led by Pádraig Ó Tuama 30:25 Worm by Gail McConnell 32:40 The embodied knowing 35:20 The younger generations are yearning for connection, meaning, and purpose. 36:20 Silos show up across generations in organisations. 38:35 The story of the jaguar in Costa Rica 43:30 The conditioning with us that we bring to the workplace 45:30 Compassion for our colleagues and managers. From breakdowns to breakthroughs: Unlimited Boundaries helps teams work better together across silos. Generating team effectiveness and organizational flourishing by creative connections and bridging perspectives. Co-Founders, Arielle Goodman, MSW, Jenny Hegland, and Lindsey K.eck, believe it takes a strong team to build strong teams and feel grateful to practice being a team together every day. Do you want to join the Better Leaders group on LinkedIn?Request to become a member here Better Leaders by BetterHumans. Join us here https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14273878/ More information on https://betterleaders.me
Sofia Mourato - Learn to enjoy conflict in the Workplace | Better Leaders show 40
Dec 4 2023
Sofia Mourato - Learn to enjoy conflict in the Workplace | Better Leaders show 40
You can find the notes, links and resources here https://betterhumans.me/sofia-mourato-learn-to-enjoy-conflict-in-the-workplace/ In this episode with Sofia Mourato, we talked about the following: 00:00 This job brings back good memories for Sofia and why 03:45 She discovered that architecture has a lot of things in common with cinema 05:30 Her favorite place 06:15 Empathy practice through film 08:45 Why she connected ecology and communication 10:45 Growing if we nourish the soil that is already there. 12:45 Communication works with interdependence, based on a feedback loop. 13:45 Communicating with respect for ourselves and others. 14:45 Communication that is based on our conditioning. 18:00 A communication toolkit that brings you back to a language of connection. 19:15 The simplicity of the Inner Development Goals framework as a simple model. 24:00 Disconnection starts because there is a lot of power over instead of power with. 24:30 Loving conflicts means that you are curious. 26:45 Learning to enjoy the conflict. 28:30 How to enjoy conflict 29:45 The literacy of feelings and needs. 31:30 Empathic listening brings softness to the body. 36:45 How to enjoy somebody else's pain. 41:00 A short recap The Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a communication model developed by Marshall B. Rosenberg. Consists of four key steps: Observation: Describe a situation without judgment.Feelings: Express your emotions related to the situation using "I" statements.Needs: Identify your unmet needs or values tied to your feelings.Requests: Make clear, actionable requests to meet everyone’s needs. Sofia Mourato, a Portuguese creative based in Amsterdam, has worn many hats - visual artist, designer, cultural curator, communication manager, to say a few. In her current role as The Communication Ecologist, she brings a unique blend of artistic intuition and strategic acumen to the forefront. Inspired by the principles of the Non-Violent Communication model and the wisdom of Ecology, Sofia offers a scalable communication training that goes beyond the boardroom. For Sofia, the quality of our communication shapes our relationships and work. She's on a mission to turn disconnected workplaces into thriving ecosystems, where individuals can not only survive but thrive. Do you want to join the Better Leaders group on LinkedIn?Request to become a member here Better Leaders by BetterHumans. Join us here https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14273878/
Lidia Chmel - resilience in times of crisis | Better Leaders show 39
Nov 21 2023
Lidia Chmel - resilience in times of crisis | Better Leaders show 39
You can find the notes, links, and resources of this episode here https://betterhumans.me/lidia-chmel-resilience-in-times-of-crisis/ In this episode with Lidia Chmel, we talked about the following: Experiencing the Rusian vs Ukraine war as a Russian abroad was difficult.She moved from Portugal to Israel because of the war. Her parents live in Israel and as a jew, it was ‘easy’ to move to IsraelThen one year later the war in Israel started.Taking action, and doing small things, helps you to get out of the negative emotional spiral.Worrying about the things you can’t control is going to make you feel worse and the people around you. Accepting your limitations, things you can’t control, and that things will happen.Focus on the actions you can take and have joy in life.Allowing yourself to have grief and sadness and in parallel don’t feel bad about the moments of joy.Don’t put your life on pause.Man’s search for meaning – Viktor Frankl.Stoicism – The Stoics outlined that our own actions, thoughts, and reactions are within our control.Find meaningful work – there are always people worse off than you.We never know what small thing will change the path of civilization.An earlier conversation with Lidia Chmel – Staying true to yourselfHope and optimism are a big part of resilience.Hope is a verb, similar to love.Hope and love are like a fire, you need to bring resources to keep it going. Active hope. Doing.The meaning of all the suffering is that we grow and that we teach. Lidia helps driven women gain clarity and build habits so that they live a Deep Life – life in radical alignment with their values. She is guiding women through life transitions and turbulent times so that they feel grounded and confident, and able to face current and future challenges.
Arshiya Kherani - How To Build Resilience as a leader | Better Leaders show 38
Nov 13 2023
Arshiya Kherani - How To Build Resilience as a leader | Better Leaders show 38
You can find the notes and links for this episode here https://betterhumans.me/arshiya-kherani-how-to-build-resilience-as-a-leader/ In this episode with Arshiya Kherani, we talked about the following: Why she moved from Cleveland (OH) to New York City, and why her parents agreed.Why she started in affordable housing.Housing should be a basic human right and the connection of housing with other basic needs.The difference between what she learned working at a company and in her own company.The worst advice for a starting entrepreneur is to quit your job and go all in.Resilience and craftiness go hand-in-hand.Different to getting to be resilient vs having to be resilient.The Kickstarter really was the start of the business.Resilience is also putting yourself out there and getting rejected.Resilience in a moment of crisis, for a Muslim, brown, woman in a white environment.Showing up for your values as an entrepreneur.Keeping work and politics separate is not possible.Leadership skills are seen as soft skills.The most friction in organizations happens because people do not speak the same language even though they want to accomplish the same thing.You never know, what you don’t know.Your feelings are data points, they are information.Resilience is sitting with it and talking about it. Understand and dissect the discomfort.Is using my voice also ruining my own livelihood, or is there a point in having a livelihood if I am not using my voice? Decisions we are taking as leaders of our own lives. Arshiya partners with Founders, Executives, and Key Decision Makers to solve problems and lean into impactful leadership positions. With her guidance, leaders cultivate crucial skills such as goal and expectation setting, prioritization, crisis management, culture design, narrative reframing, and communication across demographics. She always seeks the intersection of profit and purpose.
Erno Hannink - Inner Development Habits | Better Leaders Show 37
Nov 6 2023
Erno Hannink - Inner Development Habits | Better Leaders Show 37
You can find the notes and links here https://betterhumans.me/erno-hannink-inner-development-habits/ In this episode with Erno Hannink, we talked about the following: This episode is a bit different, Erno, who is normally the host, is now the guest.Sustainable development goals – signed by 186 countries in 2015. The goal is to accomplish these 17 goals by 2030.Now we are at 50% of the timeline (2015 – 20230), but we are only at 30% of the goals. Some countries are even declining on some of the goals. See 2023 Global Sustainable Development Report.Inner Development Goals – the second phase of the program was finished in 2023.The third phase of the Inner Development Goals just started.The Inner development goals framework with 5 domains and 23 skills.The inner compass helps you to make decisions.Being aware of who you are and making decisions that align with that.Katharine Hayhoe – climate scientist on LinkedIn (wikipedia)The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it – TED talk by Katherine HayhoeHow do you work with a city that does not support your ecological practices?The Carbon Almanac book.Can a ban on gas-powered leaf blowers save the planet? (Carbon almanac) “experts say the small, obnoxiously loud “conveniences” we call Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers (or GPLBs) create in one hour an equal quantity of harmful emissions as driving from Denver to Los Angeles.”Thought of Seth Godin on the Gas-powered leaf blowers “We’re not serious enough about making change happen. If we cared enough to get two dozen friends and neighbors to show up at the village hall, the regulations could be changed in a few meetings.”Inner Development Goals Summit 2023Presentation by Erik Fernholm at the 2023 summit about the psychological difficulties people are facing today. Jump to the section where he talks about suicide. Suicide kills more people than murder, war, and terrorism combined.Making personal connections in an international environment in business.Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones | Netflix by Dan BuettnerYou can find the exercises on the IDG.tools site.IDG global practitioners network with monthly meetingsThe Inner Development habits on coach.me Erno is helping leaders with sustainable habits so they become good ancestors. As a business coach for entrepreneurs, he helps to scale sustainable positive impact. He is a sparring partner for founders and management teams on long-term goals and helps them stick to their decisions as their accountability partner. Reducing social and ecological inequality drives him. He is an IDG Voice and developed the Inner Development habits. He is also a climate activist. For Coach.me Erno is an executive coach and podcast host for the weekly LinkedIn Live, Better Leaders show. Erno asks tough questions and listens carefully. Skills he acquired from interviewing over 350 guests in three podcast shows.
Tom van der Lubbe - Leadership and Self-organization | Better Leaders show 36
Oct 31 2023
Tom van der Lubbe - Leadership and Self-organization | Better Leaders show 36
You can find the notes and links of this conversation here https://betterhumans.me/tom-van-der-lubbe-leadership-and-self-organization/ In this episode with Tom van der Lubbe, we talked about the following: Viisi has a holacracy structure in their company – that is decentralized decision makingIn teams, every team member is for half a year has leader role of the team.All the roles are visible to everyone in the Glassfrog online toolAll the roles of Tom van der Lubbe for example can be found here.People first (employees), clients second, and shareholders third.Shareholders have an obligation to be the example and act first, for example in a downturn.Radical transparency on all the information of the company.Here you find the talk of Tom – Holacracy in times of crisis (video)In a normal situation rotation over experience, in time of crisis, it is, experience over rotation.Meetings are extremely efficient in a holacracy.In a centralized decision-making structure, the role of the leader has been made too important.Great Place to Work award – awarded four times in small business.Leaders eat last – Simon SinekThe golden rule – treating others as one would want to be treated by themOur DNA is the we are altruistic, not egoistic.Humankind – Rudger Bregman Tom is the Co-Founder of Viisi NV, a Dutch financial service company that offers mortgage advice. Viisi’s Purpose is to Change Finance. How? We want to give better advice, focussed on the long-term responsibility. We think Finance should be less transactional and more relational and last but not least we want to transform the mortgage sector and make it more Sustainable (CO2 neutral). Besides building Viisi, Tom also acts as an advisor to CxOs, mainly on topics of organizational design, purpose, and leadership. Tom studied history, law and politics in Leiden in The Netherlands, at Sciences Po in Paris, and at the Free University in Berlin.
Cassie Briggs – Supporting the career growth of those you lead | Better Leaders show 34
Oct 16 2023
Cassie Briggs – Supporting the career growth of those you lead | Better Leaders show 34
You can find the links and notes for this episode here https://blog.coach.me/cassie-briggs-supporting-the-career-growth-of-those-you-lead/ In this episode with Cassi Briggs, we talked about the following: focus on career coaching to students and early career professionals in science and medicine.Her dream job was to be a college biology professorLife circumstances can have a great impact on a career. It is good to keep a good relationship even when an employee leaves their position in your team.A conversation with your partner on who changes their career path when you have kids.Be fair about the pay gap and look at the data in jour company.Create transparency about how much people are being paid.The younger generation has a lot more options and can be overwhelmed and fearful of making the wrong decision.You need to know the next step and have a vague vision of where the end game is.Be transparent about the salary in the job ad.As a leader always reply to the people that applied for the job and didn’t get it.As a leader be more transparent about the pressure you are under.Be compassionate and clear about your feedback.Set up a cadence for feedback with our team.Ask questions to learn what is going on in their life.Ask for the feedback from your leader.As a leader, you have to model a healthy work-life balance. Dr. Cassie Briggs is a biology professor turned career coach. For over a decade, Cassie supported undergraduate students in the classroom using innovative, evidence-based teaching approaches and equipped fellow conservation biologists with research discoverings made using cutting-edge genomic technologies. Now, as founder and certified career coach at Success in Science Career Coaching, she empowers students and early career professionals in science and medicine through a combination of coaching and consulting approaches to: Explore career options and pathways that align with their values, interests, and skillsDevelop an effective job search strategyPrepare application documents for internships, professional degree programs, graduate school, and jobsEstablish a healthy work-life balance throughout their career journey
Scott Maderer - Stewardship for leaders | Better Leaders show 33
Oct 9 2023
Scott Maderer - Stewardship for leaders | Better Leaders show 33
You can find the show notes and links in this post https://blog.coach.me/scott-maderer-stewardship-for-leaders/ In this episode with Scott Maderer, we talked about the following: Stewardship is about the benefit for the wider other.Worldview: I need to do something bigger than myself.Stewardship, we are the earth’s stewards and need to take care of it for the next generations.Sometimes we will have to sacrifice the short term for the long term.Stepping back and think about why we are doing this.How do we get leaders to think about the long term?Goals are not enough to be sticky and sustainable in the long term. The why is about the bigger picture.Making decisions based on your why.Scott is truly curious about what drives other people. As a leader, it helps you to create a strong team.Think of finding your purpose as a journey.The airport question is a great way to find your why.Repeat the airport question on a yearly basis.The time machine vs the obituary question.The golden rule vs the platinum rule. I should treat you how you want to be treated.What is our role in the larger community?Manipulation vs influence.As a leader create situations where everyone feels that they got a win.Asking questions and listeningFor goals, we often look at the result that we want instead of the inputs that get us there.Helping team members to find their why.Hire slow, fire slow.Stewardship is about leading your life intentionally.Instead of life happening to you, you begin to happen to life. It creates better companies and better humans.Scott explains why he has multiple packages on coach.me.Invest, influence, and impact.First Invest in yourself. Second investing in others. If you do this you begin to develop influence. Through that influence, you have an impact. In 2011, Scott and his wife Carrie took Inspired Stewardship as a business to serve Christian men and couples that are struggling to live out their calling. They work to help align the way you use your time, your talent, and your treasures so that you can identify and live a fully authentic life that allows you to authentically live your calling, serve others, and provide for your family. As certified Human Behavior Senior Consultants and members of the John Maxwell Team, they focus on helping you understand yourself, understand others, and through that understanding build the Kingdom. In 2017 they took the business full-time offering assistance through one-on-one coaching, speaking, and workshops.
Rob Hatch - Simple Decisions for success | Coach me to Lead show 32
Oct 3 2023
Rob Hatch - Simple Decisions for success | Coach me to Lead show 32
You can find the notes and links for this episode here https://blog.coach.me/rob-hatch-simple-decisions-for-success/ In this episode with Rob Hatch, we talked about the following: The biggest challenge for leaders today is time.Time to reflect on your work.Find time outside the demand.Don’t be an open-door leader.Take a pause and reflect.How to give full attention to your children.How management by walking around has a negative effect on the focus of your team.No is a good answer in relation to time.Put succes in your way.Make it a habit.The focus block, writing down three goals the night before and the empty sheet of paper.Start with the important stuff in the morning.Last night person, and tomorrow person.Clarity and control come from the night before.Building frameworks for successful interactions.Using a check-in in a meeting.How to help leaders to make better decisions.Make decisions confidently.Improve the decisions process with the decision book.Start with what goes will and build off that.Decision fatigue. Rob Hatch is an author and sought-after coach for business owners and executives. He brings a unique blend of knowledge and background in the field of Human Development with his experience as a successful business leader and coach. He has written a weekly newsletter for over a decade which is read by tens of thousands of individuals all over the world. As a coach Rob works primarily with business leaders and teams, guiding them through critical transitions in their organization. He’s the author of the international best-selling book, “Attention! The power of simple decisions in a distracted world”
Sophie Wade – Human-centric Leadership | Coach me to Lead show 31
Sep 25 2023
Sophie Wade – Human-centric Leadership | Coach me to Lead show 31
You can find the notes and links for this episode here https://blog.coach.me/sophie-wade-human-centric-leadership/ In this episode with Sophie Wade, we talked about the following: 1:30 transition from strategic work to flexible work2:45 What we need to know about ourselves and different generations – developing empathy5:00 How she got more focussed during her work days, by working fewer days, and it improved quality family time.5:46 What she learned about Millenials and Gen Z7:20 Technology’s impact on millennials9:40 What are the differences with Gen Zs? Concerns about Job security, staying current, and upskilling11:30 New roles emerging13:50 How can leaders attract people to work for them?17:30 Help them keep learning19:10 Empathetic leadership – seeing life from their point of view21:30 Co-create together22:00 Love is the killer app – Tim Sanders24:00 Decentralised decision making26:15 Impact and consequences of the pandemic27:20 Gen Z is not being intentionally disruptive it’s fresh eyes30:00 How to develop empathy and empathy habits30:30 Helen Riess and Frans de Waal32:50 Three kinds of empathy – Cognitive, affective, and act with empathy35:19 How to start a meeting positively to create a connection Sophie Wade is a work futurist and Workforce Innovation Specialist at Future-of-Work consultancy, Flexcel Network. Over 550,000 people have taken her LinkedIn video courses on Gen Z, Future of Work skills, and empathy. Sophie’s executive advisory work and transformative workshops help leaders adapt to digitalized business conditions and modern work and attract, engage, and retain a multigenerational distributed workforce. Sophie has written two books on the Future of Work, the most recent one is “Empathy Works: The Key to Competitive Advantage in the New Era of Work” [5/2022]. Sophie hosts the internationally popular podcast “Transforming Work with Sophie Wade”.
Peter Benei – Leadership anywhere | Coach me to Lead show 30
Sep 18 2023
Peter Benei – Leadership anywhere | Coach me to Lead show 30
You can find the notes and links for this episode here https://blog.coach.me/peter-benei-leadership-anywhere/ In this episode with Peter Benei, we talked about the following: The first 10 years of his career were separated into two distinct phases, in-office and remote.He moved to London for a more global view and to prove that he was capable of working in advertising in the center of the world.During his time in London, he saw more and more people working remotely.Hybrid: there is an office or location, part of the employees go to the office and another part works remotelyRemote: when people are free from the location, but work at the same time. They work synchronously.Async: when people work location and time independently.We make bad decisions because we have a time limitation or information limitation.You can avoid these bad decisions by writing down the problem and a suggestion on how you would resolve it, then you share it with other people, allowing them to contribute, and having a short meeting to make the decision together. (check the book for a great explanation)You create great documentation for your organisation on these types of decisions.With asynchronous decision-making making, you have a focused documented meeting at the end.Leading a team that operates remotely, requires you to talk less and listen more, be more transparent by documenting everything, and be supportive of your team. Peter Benei is the founder of Anywhere Consulting, a boutique business and management consulting company specializing in operations and growth strategies for B2B companies. He is the author of Leadership Anywhere, how to become a better asynchronous leader book, the host of the Leadership Anywhere podcast, and the creator of Anywhere Hub, a resource library and community for managers of remote companies. He has worked remotely as a growth leader since 2014 for global startups and led companies to seed & Series A funding or a successful exit. He has a background in advertising and worked at agencies with Fortune 500 brands in London and Budapest.
Temi Oduba - Coaching Leaders for Resilience | Coach Me to Lead show 28
Sep 4 2023
Temi Oduba - Coaching Leaders for Resilience | Coach Me to Lead show 28
In this episode, Temi Odube, executive coach, shares her path to becoming a coach and describes her typical clients. . Temi is an executive coach and accredited EMCC Practitioner with over 17 years’ experience in the Leadership and Development Space. She is dedicated to helping her clients thrive, by working with their strengths and reinforcing their ability to be resilient in times of challenge. Temi uses an integrated coaching approach and supports her clients’ exploration by developing a resonate, trusting environment. Examples of areas Temi has partnered with her clients to address include leadership development, career transition and building confidence as a leader. As a former Director of Programmes, in Executive Education at London Business School and Leader at Harvard, Temi has gained a deep understanding of the nuances and challenges facing leaders today. Enabling Temi to appreciate her client’s position which in turn facilitates the creation of a trusted relationship. She has partnered with organisations globally to include, Nestle, Abbott, Société Générale, Adidas, Exxon and Spencer Stuart. Energising, transformational and insightful are just some of the terms used by clients to describe their experience of working with Temi. As a woman of colour, Temi proudly aims to expand the image of coaching to include people that look like her! Temi lives in Southwest London with her partner Greg and her 2 young children.