Lead from Anywhere

Lead from Anywhere

The Lead from Anywhere podcast gives leaders the tools and skills they need to lead their teams regardless of where and how they work. Whether you own a small business that operates virtually, or you are an entrepreneur with an office, you’ll find this podcast helpful. Join Julie as she discusses virtual leadership, leadership in general, virtual workplaces, workplace culture (virtual and office settings), small business and entrepreneurial leadership, and software that helps facilitate those items. While content will have a small business and entrepreneurial tone, leaders in any organization will likely find it helpful!

Episodes

December 23, 2021 4 min

All good things must come to an end, and today is the day for the Lead from Anywhere podcast. While this is the final podcast episode for Lead from Anywhere, something new is on the horizon. A new podcast focused on entrepreneurial leadership that will incorporate Julie’s own thoughts, but also interviews with other leaders, and content around topics that impact business owners every day.

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Leaders have a lot on their plates, and sometimes it is hard for them to focus on what’s next. At times, it can feel downright impossible for leaders to make sure everyone is focused on the right “next step”. In this episode, Julie shares three questions every employee and staff member, or key contractor, should be able to answer about the company and their own work. If they can’t answer these three questions, the leaders will know...

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Every leader and manager’s dream is to have a team of capable, self-reliant individuals who answer their own questions on a regular basis. Who can make judgement calls without bringing them to their boss. However, a lot of leaders and managers struggle to get to that point with their team. In this episode, Julie shares a personal story to illustrate how it should go, and then gives advice to both current AND aspiring leaders to ach...

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Part of the job description for any leader or manager is that they delegate effectively. But how does one delegate effectively when you know a mistake is likely to be made by those you delegate the work to? In this episode, Julie shares a personal story about her own challenges with this, and when this scenario is likely to show up. She also shares a few ways to deal with the challenge of delegating when it’s likely mistakes will b...

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October 28, 2021 7 min

At some point, every successful business owner faces the decision of what their role in their business will be. It usually comes down to one of two choices – focusing on business growth (sales, marketing, and operations) or focusing on building the team that will make the business grow. In this episode, Julie reflects on this journey, shares her own choice, and offers some insights that might help you make the decision for yourself...

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Life happens, and leaders aren’t excluded from that statement. What happens when leaders are unexpectedly unavailable, but a big decision must be made? Who makes the decision? Who fills in for the leader until she’s back to work? In this episode, Julie shares when this might happen and provides a detail plan to make sure that if this happens to you, your team will be prepared to make those decisions in your absence.

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October 14, 2021 6 min

A question that often comes up for business owners is how to identify future leaders for their business. The need shows up in various ways, but the way to address it is often more art than science. In this episode, Julie shares her insights into how she identifies future leaders without adding any extra work on her plate.

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Sometimes leaders know burnout is coming. Sometimes they know the warning signs. But sometimes, they don’t. In this episode, Julie shares a recent story of her own burnout that she should have seen coming, but didn’t. The end result was that she resigned from the leadership role (after a trip to the emergency room).

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At some point, most leaders need to promote a new leader. In this episode, Julie identifies the three scenarios when a new leader is needed. She also provides several examples of how you can give employees leadership opportunities before promoting them. Finally, she shares how you, the current leader, can support those employees while they are developing into leaders.

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September 23, 2021 6 min

Leaders are usually great at hearing feedback – both good and bad. They know that feedback is how they get better at their craft. However, there is a specific type of feedback Julie recommends leaders ignore. In this episode, Julie covers that specific type of feedback, and how to handle it. She also shares why it is important for leaders to ignore this type of advice.

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September 16, 2021 5 min

We have all heard the phrase “showing up is half the battle” applied to many life scenarios – parenting, school, working out, being a good spouse. The same can be said for leadership, that showing up is a big part of being a leader. In this episode, Julie takes that idea step further and expands it to discuss the importance of how a leader shows up.

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A lot of leaders, especially business founders and owners, struggle with knowing how to nurture and grow leaders within their companies. They will often have a key employee with whom they have had casual conversations about leadership, but have not formalized a plan. In this episode, Julie discusses the first step in bringing up new leaders in your team or organization.

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September 2, 2021 6 min

If you’ve been a leader or manager, you have had an employee disappoint you. On this podcast, Julie discusses what to do when this happens. Managing your own feelings about the disappointment is the first step; Julie shares the other steps she takes to lead through a disappointment.

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August 26, 2021 7 min

Every successful team has 3 types of people on it – visionaries, leaders, and managers. In this podcast, Julie dives into these 3 character-types, how to identify each one, and the importance of knowing in which category you fall.

 

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In this episode, Julie shares a story about a recent conversation with another business leader. The business leader said that she had to do all the client meetings because her employees would often say, “I don’t know,” to some client questions. Julie discusses how she advised this business owner to proceed, and the outcomes that followed.

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Sometimes leaders or managers will find themselves taking work back from their employees. This is often due to a manager who likes to micromanage and hasn’t been taught effective ways to handle this challenge. In this episode, Julie covers the two times this usually happens, and how a leader can approach each scenario to make sure her team members do the work themselves.

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August 5, 2021 7 min

In today’s workplace, one skill a leader must have is how to read the nonverbal communication in a Zoom group meeting. A leader must also know how to change meeting direction, how to reign their own nonverbal cues in when needed, and when to not say anything more. In this episode, Julie explains some common things to look for when reading a Zoom room.

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Delegating can be a slippery slope towards abdicating. When leaders do not stay plugged into the work they think they’ve delegated, sometimes the abdication storm hits. In this episode, Julie shares a story of a recent experience her team, and how a leader can recover from the abdication storm.

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In this episode, Julie shares a trend she’s noticed recently – leaders who do not call themselves leaders – and the consequences that come from it. If a leader doesn’t accept that he or she is a leader, the team can suffer for it. In this episode, Julie shares her thoughts and insights on the challenges this presents, and a few ways to overcome them.

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Every workplace has a culture; leadership holds the responsibility for the quality of that culture. It's important to create a space where you, your team, and the company can all be a part of a great culture. In this episode, Julie shares insights on how leaders can embody the culture, set the tone, and make sure their teams understand and believe in the culture as well.

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