- Mapping a Leadership Strategy Using Smart Assessments for Insight-Building
How can your personal self-awareness help your career and performance success? How do I hone this? Our guest Nancy Parsons will share her insights on this question along with assessment and data-based ideas for mapping a strategy for effective development.
Deep self-awareness is critical to mapping an effective strategy for development and performance improvement. Research shows that leaders tend to lack the clarity and personal objectivity needed to recognize, build upon, or leverage their inherent character talent, gifts and acumen; while understanding, managing and neutralizing their risks and short sides. This means that leaders spend a lot of time trying to develop the wrong things or have difficulty honing in on what matters most. In fact, an HBR study (Eurich, 2018) of 5000 participants found that while most people think of themselves as self-aware, only 10 to 15% actually are! Nancy Parsons will share insights and stories of how accurate self-awareness leads to breakthrough success and fulfillment.
Nancy Parsons is one of today’s foremost experts in combining the science of assessments with the art of developing people. She co-founded CDR Companies, LLC and developed the break-through CDR 3-Dimensional Assessment Suite® an in-depth coaching tool used by global clients. The Suite measures: character traits, inherent risk factors for derailment, and drivers and rewards. In 2020, Nancy and her team launched CDR-U Coach, the first of its kind digital avatar coach providing individualized feedback and development for all employees. In 2022, CDR-U Coach was awarded the international Gold Star Winner of the “Best New Product” by the Stevie Awards for Women in Business. This is a scalable solution to assessment and coaching that can reach all levels of employees. Nancy was awarded the prestigious MEECO International Thought Leadership of Distinction in Executive Coaching in 2019 which only a select few have received such as Marshall Goldsmith and Jim Kouzes.
www.cdrcompanies.com, www.cdr-u.com, www.cdrassessmentgroup.com, https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancyeparsons/
Leadership Development, Self-Awareness, Leader Action Planning, Assessments, Executive Coaching
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc59m | Feb 20, 2024
- How Organizations Can Harness the Energy of Belonging
What is belonging? How can organizations harness the energy that comes from true belonging? Wendy Gates Corbett will share her 3-pillar framework of belonging along with tactical ideas to foster a culture of belonging.
What is belonging? How can organizations harness the energy that comes from true belonging? Wendy Gates Corbett will share her 3-pillar framework of belonging along with tactical ideas to foster a culture of belonging.
Wendy Gates Corbett is a bestselling author and belonging researcher. She works with organizations worldwide to identify the specific behaviors that build belonging in their workplace communities. She is an international keynote speaker who has spoken to over 150,000 people and an adjunct professor of leadership and management at Duke University. While she has worked in the organizational culture space for almost 30 years, her work on belonging stems from her personal journey as a biracial child growing up in predominantly white neighborhoods. Her book, The Energy of Belonging: 75 Ideas to Spark Workplace Community (you can omit the subtitle if you want), highlights her research on belonging behaviors. It was released in January 2024 and is a #1 bestseller in Business Management, HR and Personnel Management, Org'l Behavior, Org'l Change categories.
www.wendygatescorbett.com / www.signature-presentations.com / www.linkedin.com/in/wendygatescorbett
#energyofbelonging #youbelonghere #belonging #organizationaldevelopment #teamdevelopment
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc56m | Feb 13, 2024
- Who Drives Your Leadership Identity?
Who Drives Your Leadership Identity?
How do expectations, relationships, and changes in identity related to how leaders are perceived and how they might develop their personal and personal brand? What if the brand we intend as leaders is damaged or needs to be intentionally transformed to meet the needs of customers? We talk with a lawyer who has a passion for intellectual property to get a unique perspective on this.
We hear about branding and intellectual property protection as methods to developing and protecting our work and reputation. But we don't often think about how they connect to a leadership identity or transform us and others.
Matthew Asbell is a Renaissance lawyer with a background in information technology, entertainment and medicine, a love for global culture, and a passion for his work in intellectual property. His personal and professional interests arise from a deep appreciation for creativity, whether in the form of invention, design, expression or marketing. He assists clients in clearing, obtaining, enforcing and defending trademark rights in the United States and throughout the world, and advises on utility and design patents, copyrights, domain names and related areas. His work in the fields of trademark and rights of publicity gives him a different perspective on the concepts of identity, reputation, and branding.
#identity #reputation #branding #expectations #qualitycontrol #trademark #intellectualpropertylaw #TheHardSkills #leadershipidentity #leadershipdevelopment
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc59m | Feb 6, 2024
- How to Leverage Technology While Staying Authentic as a Leader
Listeners will learn how leadership is changing globally, what leaders need to know more than ever, how leadership identity connects with these global changes, and how technology can be leveraged to get there.
Dr. Jonathan Kirschner is the Founder and CEO of AIIR Consulting - a global business psychology consulting firm dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of leaders around the world. He is also the CEO of AIIR Analytics, a people analytics organization focused on building great assessment tools and technology to drive the next generation of talent and succession planning solutions. He is a leadership expert and regularly writes and speaks on the topic of leadership. Dr. Kirschner graduated from New York University with a BA in Psychology and Religion. He holds a Doctorate in Clinical and Business Psychology from Widener University.
Jonathan will share what he has learned from serving some of the top leaders around the world and how they need to keep up with global changes. He will also share insights from his ongoing surveys of leadership needs.
#leadership #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipconsulting #leadershipcoaching #TheHardSkills
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Jan 30, 2024
- Embracing Your Leadership: How to Step into Your Power with Mentorship & Actionable Steps
What if you lead a business, department or team, but find it unnatural to see yourself as a leader? It's hard to fully step into your power when your personal identity as at odds with how others see you in your leadership roles. In this episode, we explore the power of mentorship in leadership identity and non-traditional leadership paths. We'll learn how well-matched mentoring relationships paired with systematic skills-based personal growth strategies can help leaders with marginalized identities conquer their dreams.
Dr. Sara Rabinovitch is a clinical psychologist, as well as an expert trainer, supervisor, and consultant in evidence-based therapies for anxiety disorders, OCD & traumatic stress. Her clients are primarily engineers & scientists who are blessed with brilliantly logical & scrupulous minds that fuel their ability to solve complex problems, while sometimes diminishing personal happiness & life satisfaction.
As a consultant, Dr. Sara provides training & support for employee wellbeing & inclusion across sectors including finance, tech, media & athletics. In her tech work, Dr. Sara founded EquiSkills App by MinMind, a skills-based training app for inclusive and progressive companies that addresses employee wellbeing and DEI issues with on-demand research-based skills from behavior science. EquiSkills offers effective, complementary support for translating employee learning into actionable and measurable outcomes. Sara is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Keck Medicine of USC, where she supervises & trains medical residents.
#DEI, #mindfulness, #employeewellbeing, #behsci, #skills, #inclusion, #mentalhealth
#TheHardSkills #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipcoaching #leadershipconsulting
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Jan 23, 2024
- From Margin to Mattering: How To Lead Neurodivergently
Listeners will learn how leaders from marginalized groups - specifically, neurodivergent leaders - can change the old "rules" and lead authentically, without assimilating.
Ludmila N. Praslova, Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, is the author of “The Canary Code: A Guide to Neurodiversity, Dignity, and Intersectional Belonging at Work” (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, April 2024). A Professor of Graduate Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Accreditation Liaison Officer at Vanguard University of Southern California, she is a global inclusive talent strategy expert with extensive experience in global diversity and neurodiversity. Her current consulting is focused on creating organizational systems for inclusion and wellbeing and providing neuroinclusion training and support to organizations such as Amazon, Bank of America, IBM, MIT, and Affinity Health. She regularly writes for Harvard Business Review, Fast Company and Psychology Today, and is the first person to have published in Harvard Business Review from an autistic perspective.
Neurodivergent people are marginalized by society and often excluded in the workplace. And yet, there are many people who look for authenticity and fresh solutions to problems "the old leadership" has not solved. We'll discuss how neurodivergent leadership can be an answer to the need for authenticity and fresh solutions.
#neurodiversity #ActuallyAutistic #canarycode #leadershipdevelopment
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Jan 16, 2024
- Your Leadership Signature: Mapping Your Personal Pursuit of Influence and Impact
Listeners will learn to define leadership in a way that incorporates your personal experience - The first step in your leadership signature. They will get a preview Dr. Pennington's six key areas to "signature leadership" with an example of a pathway to their areas of identification and development.
Dr. Greg Pennington is an expert in leadership and team development and Managing Partner of Pennpoint Consulting Group, and has a mission "to help you be the leader you imagined you could be". Dr. Pennington's experience includes leadership roles in Human Resources, diversity consulting, consulting psychology, high potential development, and succession planning. He leverages over 30 years of experience in internal and external roles to provide a thought-provoking and practical approach to executive coaching, targeted leadership development, and accelerating high-performing teams. By positioning diversity as "the full utilization of all resources" he offers a lens to the impact of diversity and inclusion on an organization's values and business outcomes.
Dr. Pennington will discuss elements of his book and framework on how to develop your Leadership Signature. A "Leadership Signature" highlights the importance of defining influence and impact in a way that fits for the individual. The session underscores the value of intentional effort in developing leadership effectiveness and provides practical pathways to identify and develop key areas of effectiveness. Though anchored in research, the episode will lean into how glimpses of our personal journeys help us be more effective.
Your Leadership Signature: Mapping your personal pursuit of influence and impact - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0882NXSCD
I Give to You Book: https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Greg-Pennington/dp/B09LGTN8XJ
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc57m | Jan 9, 2024
- Ringing in the New Year with Towerscope Leadership Academy Founding Member Insights
Listeners will celebrate closing out 2023 and starting out 2024 thinking about how to set goals related to their leadership development.
As a way to celebrate wins from 2023 and ring in 2024, we will be inviting some founding members of our Towerscope Leadership Academy to share their personal insights about what they took away from last year that they plan to apply this coming year. We are in open application season for the next few weeks and this will be a chance for listeners to get a sneak peak into the current members' experiences, outcomes, and importantly, hear from multiple leaders about how they think about setting and accomplishing goals that are often intangible "hard skills."
#TowerscopeLeadershipAcademy #TheHardSkills #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipcoaching
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc56m | Jan 2, 2024
- How Women in Senior Leadership Roles Lead with Impact & Authority
The most important skill women (especially) need to succeed and thrive at all stages of their careers.
Whether you're starting out in your career, in the market for a promotion, or simply trying to show up as the best leader you can be, you're going to be asked what you bring to the table, why you matter, why YOU are the boss. Answer these questions well and you will unlock incredible potential. Answer them poorly and you will close the door on life-changing opportunities. In this episode, Mira & Alessandra talk about speaking up, show-casing your value, why it's so hard - especially for women - and how to do it in a manner that is confident, relevant and deeply compelling to others.
Dr. Alessandra Wall is the founder of Noteworthy, executive coach, speaker, and author. She coaches executive women in STEM and Finance to build impactful and deeply satisfying careers without sacrificing everything else in their lives. With nearly two decades in the field of clinical psychology and thousands of hours working with hundreds of women leaders the world over, she has earned the reputation of being a coach who combines strategic pragmatism, genuine empathy, and a deep understanding of the human mind to propel her clients’ results.
She partners with organizations that elevate and support women, including Athena, Women In Bio, CREW, and the Device Alliance Network. She is a co-founder and former board chair of Empower Charter School in San Diego. Her mission is to build a world where women at the highest levels of leadership and success are so common it's no longer noteworthy.
#executivewomen #womeninleadership #executivecoaching
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Dec 12, 2023
- How to Build Bridges in a Polarized World
Learn to build bridges within your communities, families, and workplaces in which polarization might otherwise result in division. This is a new way to think about the alignment of inner change and social change. You will be invited to recognize that empathetic and emotionally intelligent leaders have first built bridges in their inner worlds. We will explore example of leaders who show up in wholeness, revealing how they build the capacity to celebrate societies polarizing forces as dialectical challenges and optimize the fertility of diverse ecosystems with centeredness and connection.
How can storytelling, authentic relating, and inductive growth-work help leaders and teams use polarities as a strategy to unleash unrivaled creative advantages? How do we subconsciously conform in ways that inhibit leadership capacity? In relationships and leadership styles, our emotional intelligence, empathy, and capacity to be effective is limited by the extent to which we unconsciously allow social roles to govern our dynamics. Once we unpack these conformities, we begin to relate with our unique identity differently. This doesn’t mean we give up what makes us unique, it simply means we begin to relate with ourselves differently. This is the pathway to personal liberation that unlocks profound leadership capacities while simultaneously transforming social issues.
Gareth Gwyn is the author of the book “You Are Us: How to Build Bridges in a Polarized World.” The 13 stories in the book are from the perspective of 13 people who are radically different but are also unified by having done the work of inner reckoning with their trauma, pain, and socialized identity. Through the vulnerable illumination of each story, we learn how inner work translates into liberated leadership that serves community, workplace, and ultimately societal transformation. She is the founder of Let’s See Labs, a think tank that is the leading advocate for the radical notion that polarity is a creative engine in organizations. This work recognizes that our differences in identity are highly compatible, and can be a source of connection rather than conflict.
#empathy, #self-awareness, #identity, #emotionalintelligence, #leadershipdevelopment, #Leadershipcoaching #leadershipconsulting #TheHardSkills
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Dec 5, 2023
- Self-Reinvention: Thinking Strategically About Your Career
The audience will learn about long-term thinking, Career Reinvention, and the real reason you feel so busy!
How can you finally take control of your busy life? Dorie Clark shares how long-term thinking and Career Reinvention helped her and many others have a career transformation and the challenges we must overcome to get there.
Dorie Clark helps individuals and companies get their best ideas heard in a crowded, noisy world. She has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50. She was honored as the #1 Communication Coach in the world by the Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Awards, and one of the Top 5 Communication Professionals in the World by Global Gurus. She is a keynote speaker and teaches executive education for Columbia Business School. She is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Long Game, Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You, and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of the Year by Inc. magazine. Dorie has been described by the New York Times as an “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives.” She is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, and you can download her free Long Game Strategic Thinking Self-Assessment at dorieclark.com/thelonggame. She has a TED talk, “The real reason you feel so busy.”
#self-reinvention, #careerreinvention #careerdevelopment #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipcoaching
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Nov 28, 2023
- Using Your Core Values to Build Your Leadership Identity and Team Culture
The audience will learn Laura's Values First Framework (6 steps); How to use your values to build your leadership identity and culture; and How to use your values to make decisions
In this week's episode, we are talking about how you can use your core values to build your leadership identity and your team culture. You'll learn from Laura Eigel, Ph.D., who will teach us about the Values First Framework with tangible examples of things you can do to build your team culture including modeling your values and rewarding and incentivizing behaviors aligned with the team culture you want to build.
Laura Eigel, Ph.D., is the founder of The Catch Group, a leadership coaching firm accelerating women into the C-suite, and the host of the You Belong in the C-Suite podcast. Known for her direct feedback and her passion for living a life guided by her values, she has been an HR executive at Fortune 50 companies, joined the C-suite as a Chief Learning Officer, and now partners with leaders and organizations to build values based cultures.
She's also a mom, wife, and true-crime podcast fan who loves indoor rowing.
#valuesfirst #leadershipidentity #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipcoaching #leadershipconsulting
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Nov 21, 2023
- Becoming Coachable: Unleashing the Power of Executive Coaching to Transform Your Leadership
What does it take to truly transform your leadership and life? The authors share a new understanding to executive coaching and a framework for a coaching relationship.
What the world’s most influential leaders know is that the secret to achieving that effectiveness is becoming coachable. And in order to do so, one must be ready to engage in the process of betterment, starting with investing in yourself in order to give the most back to your organization, team, and the world. That’s where executive coaching comes in. Jacquelyn and Scott use decades of experience at the highest echelons of the executive coaching industry to unpack the intricacies and necessities of a typical coaching engagement. They demystify the coaching relationship and outline a framework that hinges on the openness integral to reaping the most from such an experience. Ultimately, coachability can propel a leader’s impact far beyond themselves. This conversation will inspire you to take steps toward becoming a better leader, collaborator, and human.
Scott Osman is the founder and CEO of the 100 Coaches Agency and codesigner of their proprietary curation process and the company’s relationship-first philosophy. In his role as CEO, he establishes the vision for the company, leads partnerships and business development, and serves as a leading light of the 100 Coaches Community, which he cofounded with Marshall in 2016. He is the cofounder of Methods by 100 Coaches, the online learning platform.
Jacquelyn Lane is the president of the 100 Coaches Agency and codesigner of their proprietary curation process and relationship-first philosophy. She has been with the agency since its founding and is a critical pillar of the 100 Coaches Community. Jacquelyn comes to the world of executive coaching through her previous roles in the energy industry and lifelong commitment to improving the lives of all people by elevating the quality of leadership.
#BecomingCoachable #Coachability #Leadership #TheHardSkills #LeadershipCoaching #LeadershipDevelopment
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Nov 14, 2023
- Authenticity vs Authority: The Tricky Balance of Mastering Both
1) Why authenticity is one of the most essential skills to be a successful leader in our new world of work.
2) How to show up authentically while not undermining your authority
3) Tips for developing a more authentic professional identity
In this new world of work, it's essential for leaders to be changing the way they show up in the world - to stand out from the noise, connect with younger generations, create thriving cultures, gain influence, and create their greatest impact. But it's often a balancing act between showing up "authentically," yet still with your authority. Or being vulnerable, but still credible. Learn insights and tips on how to develop a more authentic presence and amplify your voice. Become a magnet for opportunity and feel more fulfilled in your work.
Laura Fravel is an Executive Communications Coach & Facilitator, who helps leaders elevate their voice and influence - internally to motivate teams and create thriving cultures, and externally to develop thought leadership and confidently master the media and stages. Laura has coached Fortune 100 & 500 executives, from Adidas to PwC, and facilitates leadership workshops for such companies as Warner-Bros. Discovery's global leadership team. She has a strong background in storytelling, from 20 years in TV & media, and brings an adventurous spirit (from many years working with National Geographic) to all that she does. She believes your authentic voice is the key to unlocking opportunity and creating your greatest impact.
#leadership #communicaitons #authenticity #influence #thoughtleadership #leaders #founders
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc59m | Nov 7, 2023
- Having Crucial Conversations: A Live Coaching Session for People-Pleasers and Neurodiverse Leaders
If you are identify as neurodivergent, queer, or a woman leader and find it challenging to walk that "narrow band of acceptable behavior" between people-pleasing, kindness, and holding others accountable, this episode is for you. Dr. Brancu gives you a sneak peek into a live coaching session with such a leader and aims to offer a way to validate the challenges, find a way to lean into your strengths, while also learning some practice tips for effective communication within such a complex context.
This is a live coaching call with a leader, Alisa Herr, who identifies as a neurodivergent and queer business owner and is looking for guidance about how to balance being an authentic, kind, supportive leader while also giving straightforward and direct feedback. We discuss the impact of gender, ADHD, autism and identity as it relates to these challenges.
Alisa Herr is the founder and CEO of Unity Web Agency, a Certified B Corp that specializes in helping nonprofits and socially-responsible businesses make their websites more inclusive, accessible, and sustainable. Driven by a deep-seated desire to foster a sense of belonging and collective purpose, Alisa has cultivated a network of like-minded collaborators and clients who share a common ethos. As a neurodivergent and queer entrepreneur, she navigates the professional world with moxie, challenging the toxic hustle culture prevalent in the creative and tech industries. Alisa's commitment to authenticity shines through in her leadership style, as she embodies the principles she champions. Alongside her work at Unity Web Agency, she co-founded Unit of Impact, a platform empowering mission-driven companies to track and report their social impacts. Alisa holds an MS in Library Science from UNC-Chapel Hill and a BS in Psychology from Appalachian State University.
#autism, #ADHD, #neurodivergent #genderbias #gendersocialization #effectivecommunication #feedback #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipcoaching #leadershipidentity
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 1m | Oct 31, 2023
- Leading with Emotional Intelligence and Strength
How we act in challenging situations depends on our emotional triggers and our personality strengths (and weaknesses). In this episode, we aim to equip you with the tools to thrive in leadership roles by examining the influence of emotional triggers and personal strengths and weaknesses on making strategic decisions. The audience will learn several frameworks to help them navigate such situations, while grounded in their own sense of sense and proactively rather than reactively.
In this episode, we aim to equip you with the tools to thrive in leadership roles by examining the influence of emotional triggers and personal strengths and weaknesses on making strategic decisions. We will introduce you to Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Strength Theory as practical frameworks for effectively addressing these challenges while maintaining your authentic identity and adopting a proactive, rather than reactive, approach. Join us for a thoughtful discussion on the development of your leadership identity, emphasizing personal growth and adaptability.
Inna Yulman is relationship counselor based in New York City. Her journey to this role is a unique one, as she has experienced two distinct professional careers. She have spent over two decades in the world of finance and have worn many hats, from being an asset manager running a portfolio of over $1 billion to a product strategist for a large analytics platform. Her work has spanned across large corporations, investment funds, and startups. At some point, she realized that some of her talents and personal values are unexplored in the world of finance, so she went back to the drawing board and reinvented herself as a relationship counselor. She has a master’s degree in psychology from Harvard University. Her therapeutic approaches include emotionally focused therapy (EFT), strengths-based coaching, behavioral change methodologies, and somatic work to address mind-body stress. Her expertise lies in helping clients understand their needs, communicate more effectively, and establish healthy boundaries. Inna works with a wide range of clients, including those in conventional and non-conventional relationship dynamics, including ENM, polyamory, LGBTQ+ .
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Oct 24, 2023
- How to Combat Ageism and Regain Confidence in Middle Age, with Nori Jabba
The audience will learn how to navigate the uncertainty of how to balance our experience with growth. Women especially find themselves feeling dismissed, looked over, and passed over, due to the true impact of gendered ageism. Our guest Nori Jabba will share how she navigated this experience and regained her confidence. She will share 1. Practical tips for regaining confidence in middle age to help you keep your seat at the table. 2. Strategies to develop a more age-inclusive organization. 3. How to combat ageism if you experience it.
As we grow older as leaders, we often to face uncertainty at work and at home as we navigate how to balance our experience with growth. Should we own our age? Do we have too much experience? Should we downplay it? Sometimes, we might find ourselves feeling dismissed, looked over, passed over, or out of sync with the younger workforce. Ageism is real, and there is a lot we can do about it. In this episode, we explore ageism, how to create a more age-inclusive culture in your organization, and how to regain your confidence if you’ve experienced the uncertainty that comes along with it.
Nori Jabba has had a career in corporate real estate and community development spanning over 30 years. When looking for employment again after years of consulting, she realized she’d lost her seat at the table when no one would hire her despite relevant experience, awards, and a master's degree. She abandoned her job search to learn more about ageism in hiring and the workplace and what she needed to change about herself. She wrote a memoir and guide to share her story and help others experiencing ageism, especially women. Through her journey, she did land the job she was looking for and launched a new path as a speaker and mentor. KEEPING YOUR SEAT AT THE TABLE is her first book.
#womenover40 #womensleadership #keepingyourseat #leadershipcoaching #leadershipconsulting #leadershipdevelopment #TheHardSkills
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc56m | Oct 20, 2023
- How to use Subtle Strength and Motivational Capital to Navigate Nebulous Organizational Politics, with Rob Fazio
Feeling the nebulous uncertainty of addressing bad workplace behavior? Join us as our guest, Dr. Rob Fazio provides a roadmap to protecting yourself and others from dysfunctional dominance at work!
There are often two ends of the relational spectrum when it comes to leadership styles. On one end of the extreme are those who err too far into being supportive / passive / non-confrontational and as a result have difficulty addressing problematic workplace behaviors, such as narcissistic bullies. On the other end of the spectrum are those very bullies who steamroll over everyone. How do you separate the good alphas from the bullies? Dr. Rob Fazio has studied the art of managing bullies and will share with us several frameworks and tips for navigating what is considered one of the most challenging people-issues that most leaders deal with.
Dr. Fazio is a counseling and consulting psychologist and Wall Street Journal Best Selling author of "BullyProof, a roadmap to protecting yourself and others from dysfunctional dominance.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/robfazio/ , https://onpointadvising.com/
#leadershipdevelopment #leadershipcoaching #leadingthroughuncertainty #TheHardSkills
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc59m | Oct 13, 2023
- Journey Through Uncertainty: The Path to Global Tech and Philanthropy with Olivia Nadasan
The audience will learn through the direct experiences of a global tech leader how she decided to move to different countries for her career and how she grew her career over time by making some wise and strategic decisions.
In this episode we interview a leader, Olivia Nadasan, about her career path and decision making process in the global tech and philanthropy space. She'll also share how she has remained visible and relevant as her career continued to progress despite the uncertain global environment.
Olivia Nadasan is a Global Business Leader, with an extensive track record in tech, leading business transitions, focusing on scaling the recurring revenue strategy in the Deal Management Strategy space, Finance Transformation, and Operations. She is also passionate about DE&I and Philanthropy, has served on multiple Board roles supporting these interests, including leading a non-profit organization for 4 years growing it into a professional community for women looking to upskill and expand their careers to the next level.
#leadthroughuncertainty #continuousdevelopment #valuetime #leadershipdevelopment
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Oct 6, 2023
- The Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions the Workforce Needs to Face an Uncertain World
Listeners will learn how to maximize their ability to manage the complex "infodemic" of the modern world and what knowledge, skills, and dispositions are needed to be an effective and critical learner.
How can leaders and employees maximize their ability to manage the complex "infodemic" of the modern world? In this episode, we're talking with Dr. Jeffrey Greene about the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to be an effective and critical learner in the modern world. We'll also debunk some learning myths and gain practical tips.
Jeffrey A. Greene is the McMichael Professor of Educational Psychology and the Learning Sciences in the Learning Sciences and Psychological Studies program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His main area of scholarship involves how to help people become effective, efficient, and critical users and creators of information in technology contexts. He has published over 90 peer-reviewed articles, books, and book chapters on self-regulated learning, epistemic cognition, and online learning, among other topics. He is a Fellow of Division 15 of the American Psychological Association. He was the recipient of the 2016 American Psychological Association Division 15 Richard E. Snow Award for Early Contributions. Currently, he is co-Editor of Educational Psychologist, with Dr. Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia. Dr. Greene holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, as well as a Master’s degree in Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation, both from the University of Maryland. He has BA in Psychology from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota.
https://ed.unc.edu/people/jeffrey-a-greene/ ; @email@example.com, linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-greene-2047b78, @jeffgreene.bsky.social, instagram: jeffgreenelearn, substack: Jeff Greene ; https://www.routledge.com/Self-Regulation-in-Education/Greene/p/book/9781138689107
#learning #criticalthinking #scienceoflearning #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipconsulting #TheHardSkills
Tune in for this empowering conversation at TalkRadio.nyc1h 0m | Sep 29, 2023