The Bright Side, Life and Leadership

The Bright Side, Life and Leadership

Alexis Robin is an Executive Coach and radio host of The Bright Side™. This weekly Leadership Coaching Show hits on topics regarding, work life, leadership, communication, relationships and real life. Shows are around 10 minutes and broadcasted from Truckee, California. Alexis is the Co-Founder of pLink Leadership. pLink Leadership is a firm dedicated to accelerating positive change in a big way. Listening to these podcasts may help you get out of your own way!... Show More
April 20, 2020 12 min

Have you given thought to how you want how you want to be there for your co-workers, direct reports, and family during this unprecedented time of churn? 

In this episode I explore values and how to show up for the people in our life right now.  I explore things I'd hope that they will say about us when this is over. 

The Bright Side is sponsored by pLink Leadership, who's goal is to accelerate change in a a big way! Alexis Robin is the host of the Bright Side and COO and Co-Founder of pLink Leadership

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