The Leadership Vision Resource Library
In this episode, Melissa and Nathan discuss how to recognize when we’re telling ourselves stories that probably aren’t true, how to correct them, and where to go from there. We will share a few examples from our own lives, and then give you a couple of tools to help you stay true in the moment in order to have better emotional health.
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about the importance of understanding how your Strengths pair together. Brian, Linda, and I discuss the difference between expressive pairings and motivational pairings, how you can understand both, and why you need to communicate these new findings to those on your team. Enjoy!
Today on the Leadership Vision Podcast, Brian and Nathan ask how your education, experience, expertise, and environment have shaped your emotional connection to others and ultimately your ability to lead. Enjoy!
Today on the podcast, we will be talking about four things to consider when doing self-reflection. We invite you to consider your perspective of attitude, acceptance, alternative, and action each time you pause to reflect. These simple things can open our minds to different ways of reflecting to influence and change our perspectives. Enjoy!
In this episode, we talk about conflict. Everyone has their own style of how they engage or disengage with conflict. In this episode, Brian, Linda, and I share a little bit about we navigate conflict, where our personal conflict styles come from, and how you can better understand your own conflict styles. Enjoy!
In this episode, we share what teams have taught us about how they are building cultures where healthy communication patterns and preferences can take hold. We share some of our best takeaways, as well as some examples and ideas for how you might implement some of these best practices in your business, your organization, or even your family. Enjoy!
In this episode, Melissa Hyatt and I discuss trust and explore the idea of BRAVING, an acronym borrowed from Brené Brown that stands for Boundaries, Reliability, Accountability, Vault, Integrity, Non-judgment, and Generosity. BRAVING is a helpful tool to help us work through situations surrounding trust, perhaps when trust is broken or when building or gaining trust. It helps us to understand the different elements of how we develop trust on a deeper level. We unpack this idea of BRAVING, define the terms, and share some great examples to help you establish a deeper level of trust on your team. Enjoy!
In this episode, Melissa Hyatt, and I talk about courage and give you some tools to help you find a little courage of your own. We use five courage questions to help you think deeply and critically and lean into whatever challenges you’re facing. These versatile and helpful questions are designed to be used on a team with people you lead, with your family, or internally with yourself. Enjoy!
In this episode, we take a moment to pause and reflect on the last year of pandemic life. What world are we entering into? What have we learned from this strange time? And can we pause long enough to figure out what we truly value so that we can go back to a world where our priorities are aligned with the things that we value most?
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Brian, Linda, and I reflect on our communication patterns and preferences as leaders and give each other feedback to better understand how we are actually communicating. We also model an activity on the show that you can do at home, so enjoy this episode and then try it for yourself!
How does your team collaborate? We believe you never really know how a team collaborates until you understand each member as an individual collaborator. Sometimes teams need greater alignment, agreement, or action in order to improve the way that the culture interacts with each other. In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, we talk about what we’ve learned about collaboration in the context of who you are as a person, who you are on a team, and who you are within an organizational culture. We discuss our three-step process to help teams learn about their individual collaboration styles and how you and your team can become better collaborators together. Enjoy!
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Brian, Linda, and I reflect on some of our earliest memories of our collaborative experiences and discuss how they have helped to shape or impact the way that we collaborate on teams today. As you listen to this episode, think about some of your earliest memories or memories in general of ways that you have collaborated. How does that impact you today?
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, we ask how we can be more mindful of our leadership moment, that moment when leadership is asked of us and our first response is to step back before we step in. We discuss the benefits of stepping back as a leader and two ways leaders can step back and reflect before they step in and act.
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