Today on the podcast, Brian and Linda Schubring, our president and vice president, chat with me about what Leadership Vision is doing to help our clients right now, during this “in-pandemic” time. We also talk about how we’re trying to set them up for success “post-pandemic.” Listen now!
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In this episode, Brian and Nathan share an unscripted conversation about current life challenges and adaptation. We take one simple idea and run with it. In short, we talk about adaptation and wellbeing. We discuss some ideas about how to figure out what your business looks like, what your leadership looks like, what your family, relationships, and all kinds of other things look like as they relate to change and taking care of yourself. We also dive into a number of tips for managing adaptations whether they are permanent or temporary. Enjoy!
On this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, we’re revisiting an older episode where we talked with Melissa Hiatt about her work helping people and organizations gain greater emotional wellbeing. We dive into the four keys to courageous leadership based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown: vulnerability, values, trust, and learning to rise. We hope there is something of value here as we all wrestle with becoming emotionally healthy during this challenging time.
On this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, our team members reflect on the things that we’re most thankful for in 2020 and how those things are informing us going forward. Our themes of gratitude unsurprisingly revolve a lot around the pandemic and what all of us are thankful for in spite of the many, many things we’ve lost this year, both the trivial things and the profound. Thanksgiving allows us an opportunity to pause and reflect on our hectic and hurried lives, to think about the things we are most thankful for in life, and appreciate the ways our lives are blessed. Enjoy!
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Nathan, Brian, and Linda share a conversation about Zoom, quarantine, and adjusting to the many challenges of 2020.