In this episode, we talk about change! We walk you through our “Change Pyramid” tool, which can guide you through a recent change experience and then use that knowledge to navigate your next life change. Enjoy!
In this episode, we talk about change! Everyone has their own preferences and ability to navigate change. In this episode, Brian, Linda, and Nathan share a little bit about how they navigate change, where their personal preferences come from, and how you can better understand your own change preferences. Enjoy!
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about how we help teams navigate Change. All of us have different levels of comfort when it comes to change. Some like the beginning, some the middle, and some the end. Knowing when and how you are best suited to enter the change process is critical. Not only will it help you on a personal level, but it will also help the team succeed. And when a team can successfully navigate an inevitable change, the organization is better suited to win. Listen now!
On this episode of the Leadership Vision podcast, Sara and Nathan briefly share the Leadership Vision approach to change and conflict then reflect on things they learned from working with a team in these areas. They’ll share some new insights into the topics of change and conflict, as well as the process of facilitating them. They’ll also offer a few suggestions that we think may help you navigate these two crucial and inevitable aspects of life on any team.
On this episode of the podcast, I’m having a Strengths conversation with my colleague Steph. More specifically, we’re having a “push” conversation. A “push” conversation is any conversation where you intentionally push strengths to the center. You can talk about everyday things but reference your Strengths and the Strengths of the other person intentionally. The idea is to practice the language of Strengths and to see them from another perspective and to help articulate your viewpoint around Strengths.
In this episode, you’ll hear Steph and I discuss how our Strengths enable us to deal with change. (The topic of change is not entirely random, as both Steph and I are going through a lot of it right now.) The theme of change is just one of eight controlling questions we use with our clients to form the basis of these conversations.