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!

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July 29, 2021 4 min

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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July 8, 2021 4 min

In this episode, Julie shares her take on the thought that leadership is sexy. She discusses the difference between leadership and visionaries, why leadership can sometimes be a thankless job, and how to not romanticize the role. She also shares her thoughts on why people continue to become leaders despite the role’s challenges.

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July 1, 2021 7 min

Core values are at the root of a company culture, but how does a leader identify them? In this episode, Julie shares how a leader can figure out the core values of their organization. She also discusses how to find your personal core values, finishing with step by step instructions that leaders can use right away.

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June 22, 2021 6 min

No matter how you inherited a dysfunctional team, it is a challenge that must be dealt with right away. In this episode, Julie shares the two circumstances that usually create dysfunctional teams. She also provides a roadmap to deal with the dysfunction to return to a productive and happy workplace environment.

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June 17, 2021 5 min
It’s tough to be the new kid on the block, especially for new leaders. Earning the trust of a the new team they lead is paramount to the entire organization’s success. In this episode, Julie shares a few tactics leaders who are new to a team can implement to earn trust more quickly (and also give it).

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We’ve all heard that people are often promoted to their level of incompetence, but it’s more than that. Just because someone was great at their job before doesn’t mean they will be great at their newly-promoted role, but the reason isn’t skill incompetence. In this episode, Julie discusses promoting people to their level of leadership and management incompetence. She also shares a few ways to get back on track and then prevent this...
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In this episode, Julie shares a recent conversation she had with a business founder who did not want to be a leader. She discusses how a current leader can be sure that they no longer want their leadership role. Julie also shares ways to move through the challenge, all while making decisions that are in the best interest of the staff and team.

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Have you ever had a list of projects that were all really important and you didn’t know how to prioritize them? All leaders and managers face that challenge at some point. When everything seems important, or when you’re overwhelmed, it can be hard to prioritize. In this episode, Julie shares one very easy tip that she recently used to help her prioritize her work.

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What do you do when a customer asks you to make a decision that would side-step the authority you’ve delegated to your team? In this episode, Julie addresses this challenge that all managers and leaders face eventually. It may seem like a simple decision needs to be made, but the repercussions of inserting yourself into an established decision-making process can be costly. Julie shares a personal story to illustrate this, then shar...
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In leadership, most leaders also manage. In this episode, Julie discusses the importance of knowing what role you are in whenever you are engaging with your team, and how you can’t really manage people. She also shares three tips to help you navigate going back and forth between both roles – manager and leader – to be more effective in both.

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In this episode, Julie talks about the importance of making values-aligned leadership decisions. She shares a very personal story of how her business almost went out of business because of decisions she made that weren’t aligned with the company’s values. She also offers 5 steps to help you start making values-aligned leadership decisions.

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In this episode, Julie discusses the fourth transition managers must make to become leaders – going from team captain to coach. Using a sports analogy, Julie shares several differences between the roles, and also gives you actions to take to make the transition.

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April 22, 2021 5 min
In this episode, Julie shares her thoughts on how leadership, birthdays, and reflection tie together. Julie has a big birthday coming up, and she shares a story about a recent reflection she went through that tied together work, leadership, management, her birthday, and what her next decade holds. She also shares a few ideas about topics for leadership reflection.

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In this episode, Julie discusses the third mindset shift a manager must make to go from the manager role to a leader mindset. To step into the leadership role, one must focus on the why a lot more. Connecting the dots from what a team does at work, to why they are doing it, has many benefits to a team and organization. Julie also shares one simple action you can take to make this change today.

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April 8, 2021 6 min
In this episode, Julie shares a few stories of when she knew she was a leader. It is important for a leader to know these stories because it is part of their leadership foundation. It is also nice to have these stories to fall back on when a leader doubts themselves, has imposter syndrome, or just needs to look back for a leadership win.
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In this episode, Julie discusses a key mindset transition that managers must make in order to become a leader. Managers are usually focused on managing resources to complete a project. To step into the leadership role, though, one must also focus on caretaking for the culture. In this episode, Julie shares some insights on how a manager can make this crucial transition.

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March 25, 2021 5 min
In this episode, Julie shares the three things that elevates a good leader to a great one. Julie is often asked, “How do I get my people to do what I want them to do?” It isn’t about incentives or training. It’s about leadership. If you master the skills mentioned, you will become a leader your people will follow anywhere.
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In this episode, Julie shares one of the mindset shifts a manager must make in order to become a leader. This podcast can help managers ready for a bigger role. It can also help if you’re already in a leadership role, but find yourself managing too much. In this podcast, Julie shares three practices to help anyone step more fully into a leadership role.
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