The Leadership Practitioner™ Podcast

The Leadership Practitioner™ Podcast

How does one need to "show up" in order to create a context for people to be the best versions of themselves and do their best work? What are the practical skills and tools that boost one's practice of leadership in order to do that? These are the challenges that hosts and co-creators of the Leadership Practitioner™️ framework, Jonathan Rozenblit and Marlene Ziobrowski, approach every day, as they observe and coach people in all kinds of roles, in all levels of organizations, and at organizations of various sizes.In this podcast, they share their experiences, the experiences of the people they support, and what they see is working.

Episodes

August 15, 2022 28 min

Marlene and Jonathan, with guest, psychotherapist Amanda Youssef, explore how empathy is necessary to form connections between people and why people need those connections in order to show up as the best versions of themselves and in order to do their best work.

About Amanda Youssef

Amanda Youssef is a Registered Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor, and Certified Meditation Instructor. She specializes in relationships an...

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Jonathan and Marlene recount their own journeys to find words to understand why they, each in their own way, found and find externally imposed motivation structures (both the positive “carrot” kind and the negative “stick” kind) to be so confusing and counter productive. They propose using “intention” as a third way that Leadership Practitioners can use to escape the tactical “carrot/stick trap.” They explore exactly how this highe...

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December 9, 2021 35 min

In perhaps this podcast's most epic (we mean that literally) conversational journey to-date, Marlene and JR with guest, leadership development coach Alisdair Smith, take you from critical explorations of authoritarianism and idealism, through tactical approaches to balancing effectiveness with efficiency, the value of naming, being a "learn-it-all," honouring but not dwelling on the past, and the role of nurse logs in o...

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November 8, 2021 15 min

Jonathan and Marlene explore the powerful change that can happen in a context where people are showing up, and choosing to practice leadership by making connection individual-by-individual. Plus: Jonathan and Marlene share insights from their own travels as they learned this lesson and experience how groups who are used to being subjected to this aggregate notion of "people" change when even just one or two individuals in t...

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Marlene and Jonathan discuss how the "doing" of various practices of leadership is where one discovers how challenging showing up to create a context for people to be the best versions of themselves and do their best work can be. Plus: Marlene and Jonathan talk about the mantra of "practice makes permanent".

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June 29, 2021 29 min

Jonathan and Marlene dive into psychological safety, why it is fundamental to creating a context where people can be the best version of themselves, and how increasing safety is built into each practice of the Leadership Practitioner™ Framework.

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June 15, 2021 29 min

Marlene and JR chat about humanized interactions as prerequisites to creating a context where people can be the best versions of themselves and do their best work. Plus: Jonathan and Marlene demonstrate how the Leadership Practitioner™ framework invites humanization with every practice. 

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May 31, 2021 21 min

Jonathan and Marlene chat the importance and the benefits of being zooming in and zooming out to solve challenges. Plus: Jonathan and Marlene share how to look for when you might be jumping to solutions to quickly. 

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Marlene and Jonathan chat about the impact that sharing information and holding space for discovery have on context. Plus: Marlene and Jonathan share the challenges they had with creating a right kind of context for the Leadership Practitioner Learning Circles. 

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May 10, 2021 33 min

Marlene and Jonathan chat with Leadership Practitioner program alum Sam Morrison about what "context" means and how is it useful in one's practice of leadership. Plus: Sam shares their take on "context of self".

About Sam Morrison

Sam is a Leadership Practitioner and Product Strategist who focuses on growing and leading high performing teams. They are an analytical professional with a proven track record of deve...

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May 6, 2021 34 min

Jonathan and Marlene talk about the 4 practices of the Leadership Practitioner™ Framework that can enable you to create a context for those around you to be the best versions of themselves. The Leadership Practitioner™ Framework is an 8-step framework for creating the context for people to be the best versions of themselves and do their best work.

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April 26, 2021 29 min

Jonathan and Marlene talk about the 4 practices of the Leadership Practitioner™ Framework that help you focus on showing up as the best version of yourself. The Leadership Practitioner™ Framework is an 8-step framework for creating the context for people to be the best versions of themselves and do their best work.

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April 19, 2021 27 min

Marlene and Jonathan chat about a common misconception that one only practices leadership in a business context. They also discuss the benefits of practicing modern leadership for both the practitioner and those around them.

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April 12, 2021 26 min

Marlene and Jonathan chat about a common misconception that only people who have "leader" in their title can practice leadership.

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April 2, 2021 47 min

Jonathan and Marlene share their journeys of discovering how to practice leadership in a way that created a context for themselves, and those around them, to be the best versions of themselves and do their best work; and their aspirations for Leadership Practitioner™ and the community.

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How does one need to “show up” in order to create a context for people to be the best versions of themselves and do their best work? What are the practical skills and tools that boost one’s practice of leadership in order to do that?

These are the challenges that hosts and co-creators of the Leadership Practitioner™️ framework, Jonathan Rozenblit and Marlene Ziobrowski, approach every day, as they observe and coach people in all k...

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