Coping skills for this challenging time. Update on registration for my trainings.
Yep: I dial random numbers until someone answers the phone. It's exciting when someone picks up and is willing to talk with me. I don't know what to expect, and that's part of the fun. This gentleman who specializes in sustainable farming practices added value to my day and I think you'll be glad you took time to hear what he has to say!
I decided to break through the pandemic isolation barrier and start talking to people using the telephone. Dialing random numbers until someone picks up, I'm hoping they will talk with me about their favorite supervisor or job, or their experience in a leadership position. This is my first call and you get to listen in.
In this episode I question the legality of "demanding" people turn on their video cameras if there are people outside of the organization in the meeting. I also provide suggestions for dealing with the potential invasion of privacy when people are working remotely from "home" - if they have one.
Hear what three leaders say about the lessons they've learned during the Covid-19 crisis and tell me about the things you've learned! Also: 6 questions leaders - and you - should be asking for effective leadership relationship building.
The past few months have been a time to take a step back, reflect on current needs and options, adaptability, and taking action to support each other and take good care of ourselves. In this episode I share insightful thoughts from another influencer on the topic of Sensitive Leadership.
As long as this stay-in-place order is in effect, I will produce some unofficial Relatable Leader episodes to touch base with you. Stay home so our healthcare workers don't have to continue working in this condition longer than is necessary. Take good care of yourselves!
Stay in place! Work from home if you can. Covid-19 has given you the perfect opportunity to update your professional presence online. Go for it! Listen to this episode for the "Here's How". Please share this podcast with the people in your circle who are working at reduced hours or who have lost their jobs.
6 Rules of Engagement when the time has come to make a change. Thank you for listening and subscribing to The Relatable Leader Podcast. If you choose to give us a 5 Star Rating, thanks so much, as it helps our show get found so others can benefit too.
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Fear. Waiting. Too much time in our heads, worrying. It can hold us back in every aspect of our lives. This episode is the result of a suggestion from one of my training participants. As soon as he requested I read this book, one of my all-time favorites to read out loud, I thought is was perfect for the 200th episode. Thank you for listening and subscribing to The Relatable Leader Podcast! Get Catherine Goggia's books on Amazo...
Your word choices impact how people listen to you and their perception of the value you bring to your role. This episode asks you to consider 5 different sentence starters and when you should use them. Thank you for listening and subscribing to the Relatable Leader podcast. If you choose to, thank you for leaving a 5 star review. Get Catherine Goggia's book on Amazon! Learn more at relatableleader.com
"Some day" is right here, right now. What action will you take to move you closer to your goals? Don't wait until you are in that next role, start living that role today - try it on for size, see how you feel! Let others see who you can be in that role. Thank you for listening and subscribing to The Relatable Leader Podcast! Purchase Catherine Goggia's books on Amazon!
Don't wait until you have the position to show people how you might fill the role. Instead of talking about what you could do, DO IT, so they don't have to use their imagination when picturing you in the next role on your career path.
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In this episode I continue answering leadership questions submitted by training participants. Thank you for listening and subscribing to, and sharing, The Relatable Leader Podcast.
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Training participants in my Coaching Employee Performance workshop were given the opportunity to submit questions and I answer those questions in these next two episodes. Thank you for listening, subscribing, and sharing the Relatable Leader podcast with the supervisors and managers at your organization! Show notes:
Submit your leadershi...
This is my KZFR guest DJ spot that originally aired earlier this year in my efforts to support survivors of The Camp Fire. Now we face the one-year anniversary of this devastating event and face all of the emotions, stress, and circumstances we have moved through during this time. For me, it seems like the fire was last weekend and, at the same time, years ago..."fire brain" is real; difficulty concentrating, low energy, an...
The Relatable Leader podcast is here to help you optimize your skills and passion to increase job satisfaction, productivity, effectiveness, and influence! Please be sure to review the back-log of episodes and seek out titles of interest to you. In this episode I interview management consultant, Liz Kislik. She was generous with her knowledge and insights! This is a must-listen episode for anyone filling a leadership role.
In this episode you will learn about interviewing questions that help you identify candidate talents. Thank you for listening and subscribing to The Relatable Leader podcast! We appreciate you recommending this podcast to your coworkers. This podcast is produced to help you optimize your skills and passion so you can increase your job satisfaction level to become more productive and effective in your role.
Episode show notes:
"Experience, intelligence, and drive matter, but we should prioritize talent." Buckingham & Coffman. Managers and supervisors need to know exactly what talents they need in each role. In fact, they should understand their own talents and how they uniquely fit in the culture of their organization. Then they can work with HR to design an interview process focused on hiring the right talents for the job.
"The ONLY way to generate enduring profits is to build the kind of work environment that attracts, focuses, and keeps talented employees." from The Service Profit Chain. Listen and develop your action plan and employee survey to measure your organization's effectiveness at keeping "A" players engaged.
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