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Replay - Seven Reasons to Get Back to Nature
Jun 5 • 8 min
This week is a replay of our 24th August 2019 episode - Seven Reasons to Get Back to Nature. We will be back next week with a brand new episode.
Midweek Motivate - Daily Practice Five - Delegating
Jun 2 • 2 min
Welcome to midweek motivate, where our goal is to build your leadership and give you something practical to try with your team. We are part way through a six week coverage of the Six Daily Practices of Outstanding Leaders. So far we’ve looked at the…
Episode 80 - The Surprising Benefits of Doing Good
May 29 • 5 min
We would all hope that going good for others helps to create more positive work places. Recent research highlights the contagious nature of kind acts at work.
Midweek Motivate - Daily Practice Four - Connecting
May 26 • 2 min
Welcome to midweek motivate, where our goal is to build your leadership and give you something practical to try with your team. We are part way through a six week coverage of the Six Daily Practices of Outstanding Leaders. So far we’ve looked at the…
Episode 79 - Five Ways to Make the Workplace More Fun
May 22 • 5 min
If you think back over the best workplaces you’ve been a part of, fun was probably a key element. However, the fun was likely to have felt quite natural rather than forced. This week we look at five ways to make the workplace more fun.
Midweek Motivate - Daily Practice Three - Developing
May 19 • 2 min
Welcome to midweek motivate, where our goal is to build your leadership and give you something practical to try with your team. We are part way through a six week coverage of the Six Daily Practices of Outstanding Leaders. The third daily practice that we…
Episode 78 - The Four Best Ways to Learn at Work
May 15 • 6 min
When have you learned the most at work? I bet it wasn’t sitting in a training course. In this week’s podcast we look at the four best ways to learn at work.
Midweek Motivate 9 - Daily Practice Two - Inspiring
May 12 • 2 min
We are part way through a six week coverage of the Six Daily Practices of Outstanding Leaders. These practices are based on research I’ve conducted over the past three years across thousands of leaders to identify what outstanding leaders actually do that…
Episode 77 - Can I Make Myself More Creative?
May 8 • 6 min
In a world that’s unpredictable, creativity is more important than ever. But we often treat creativity like it’s an inherited skill - something you’re either born with, or not. Does that then rule us non-creative types out? Or can we make ourselves more…
Midweek Motivate - Daily Practice One - Reflecting
May 5 • 2 min
Welcome to midweek motivate, where our goal is to build your leadership and give you something practical to try with your team. For the next six weeks we’re going to be exploring the Six Daily Practices of Outstanding Leaders. These practices are based on…
Bonus - Increase Your Influence Webinar
May 3 • 29 min
This bonus episode includes audio from our recent Increase Your Influence Webinar. It includes some research-based and practical tips to increase the influence you have at work. You can find upcoming webinars and recordings of previous webinars at our…
Episode 76 - Pause Before You Pivot
May 1 • 12 min
It seems like everyone is being encouraged to pivot - to try something completely new in order to maintain your job or business. But it’s important to pause before you pivot and consider four Cs - Capability, Content, Channel and Call.
Midweek Motivate - Physical Health
Apr 28 • 2 min
Welcome to Midweek Motivate. This week we’re looking at some quick wins around physical health.
Episode 75 - Four Ways to Build Hope
Apr 24 • 8 min
“Hope” can sound just like wishful thinking. But at the heart of true hope is driven initiative. This week we explore four research-backed ways to build hope.
Episode 74 - Train to Retain
Apr 17 • 4 min
This week we explore whether investing in people’s development makes them more likely to stay with an organisation, even if it increases their career opportunities elsewhere.
Episode 73 - Four Steps to Avoid Being Comfortably Uninformed
Apr 10 • 4 min
It turns out we prefer to be comfortably uninformed. This week we look at four steps to push ourselves through short-term pain to gather the information we need to take action.
Episode 72 - How to Avoid Micromanagement
Apr 3 • 6 min
In this week’s Leadership Today podcast we explore some practical ways to avoid micromanagement.
Episode 71 - Stressed? Remember the Good Times
Mar 27 • 3 min
In this week’s Leadership Today podcast we explore a technique to manage stress more effectively in ourselves and our teams.
Replay - Five Ways Busy Leaders Prioritise Treating People Well
Mar 20 • 5 min
It’s an extraordinary time in our world’s history with so many countries in lockdown with COVID-19. It’s understandable that leaders are focused on trying to save business rather than focusing on their people. However, treating people well is critical to…
Episode 70 - Ten Tips for Leading Others Through the Coronavirus Pandemic
Mar 13 • 6 min
In this week’s Leadership Today podcast we explore ten tips for leading others through the Coronavirus pandemic. Like any other crisis, this too shall pass. Now is the time to lead others in a way that leaves our people and organisations in a stronger…
Episode 69 - Five Key Leadership Challenges for 2020 and Beyond
Mar 6 • 8 min
In this week’s Leadership Today podcast we take a step back to explore five key leadership challenges for 2020 and beyond. We explore the daily practices that help us tackle these challenges head-on.
Episode 68 - How Jargon Damages Our Ability to Lead
Feb 28 • 6 min
We all know leaders that love using jargon. This doesn’t just lead to eye-rolls - recent research demonstrates that jargon damages our ability to lead.
Episode 67 - Self-Control - Four Techniques that beat Will Power
Feb 21 • 4 min
Self-control is a core part of being an effective leader. And when it comes to self-control, planning beats will power.
Episode 66 - A Leader’s Role in Removing Frustrations
Feb 14 • 6 min
Aaarrgghhh! This week we look at the leader’s role in removing frustrations.
Episode 65 - The Four Core Skills of Leading in a Crisis
Feb 7 • 8 min
How effective are you in a crisis? This week we outline the four core skills of leading in a crisis to build the resilience of our people and our organisations.
Episode 64 - Two Keys to Making and Breaking Habits
Jan 31 • 7 min
Habits can either help or hinder our leadership. In this episode we explore the two keys to making and breaking habits.
Replay - Psychological Safety
Jan 24 • 7 min
Over the holiday/new year period we’re replaying some of our most popular episodes. We will be back in February 2020 with brand new episodes. You can find all our episode show notes at the Leadership Today website. Enjoy!
Replay - Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
Jan 17 • 7 min
Over the holiday/new year period we’re replaying some of our most popular episodes. We will be back in February 2020 with brand new episodes. You can find all our episode show notes at the Leadership Today website. Enjoy!
Replay - Avoiding the Blame Game
Jan 10 • 6 min
Over the holiday/new year period we’re replaying some of our most popular episodes. We will be back in February 2020 with brand new episodes. You can find all our episode show notes at the Leadership Today website. Enjoy!
Replay - Don’t Ask for a Mentor
Jan 3 • 4 min
Over the holiday/new year period we’re replaying some of our most popular episodes. We will be back in February 2020 with brand new episodes. You can find all our episode show notes at the Leadership Today website. Enjoy!
Replay - Operating in Uncertainty
Dec 27, 2019 • 7 min
Over the holiday/new year period we’re replaying some of our most popular episodes. We will be back in February 2020 with brand new episodes. You can find all our episode show notes at the Leadership Today website. Enjoy!
Replay - Why Following Your Passion Isn’t Enough
Dec 20, 2019 • 7 min
Over the holiday/new year period we’re replaying some of our most popular episodes. We will be back in February 2020 with brand new episodes. You can find all our episode show notes at the Leadership Today website. Enjoy!
Replay - Lighten Up! How Humour Fuels Innovation
Dec 13, 2019 • 6 min
Over the holiday/new year period we’re replaying some of our most popular episodes. We will be back in February 2020 with brand new episodes. You can find all our episode show notes at the Leadership Today website. Enjoy!
Episode 63 - The Power of Gratitude at Work
Dec 6, 2019 • 6 min
Being grateful has a host of benefits for individuals and teams. In this episode we explore three practical ways to build gratitude at work.
Episode 62 - Can’t We All Just Get Along?
Nov 29, 2019 • 7 min
Our workplaces can easily move towards what researchers call incivility. So what are the benefits of being nice to one another, and what can we do as leaders to get there?
Episode 61 - “People Fifth” - When Good Values Go Bad
Nov 22, 2019 • 7 min
Values can be a powerful driver of business culture, both for good and bad. This week we look at when values go bad and what to do about it.
Episode 60 - Great Teams Manage Task, Process and Relationships
Nov 15, 2019 • 5 min
Great teams manage task, process and relationships. They ask key questions to ensure clarity is built and conflict is addressed in all three areas. This week we look at some key questions you can use to audit your teams and build their effectiveness.
Episode 59 - Approach or Avoidance - It Comes Down to Your Personality
Nov 8, 2019 • 5 min
A big part of our role as leaders is setting the emotional tone and culture for our teams. Whether consciously or not, we communicate our own bias towards the upside potential and action, or the bias towards risk and fear. This week we’re looking at…
Episode 58 - Curiosity: Bad for Cats, Good for Business
Nov 1, 2019 • 4 min
Curiosity is rarely encouraged at work. In fact, leaders and organisations often actively discourage being inquisitive. This week we explore the benefits of curiosity, and four ways to encourage it in your team.
Midweek Motivate - Close Relationships Boost Self-Esteem, and Self-Esteem Boosts Relationships
Oct 29, 2019 • 2 min
The middle of the week can be challenging for leaders. The goal of midweek motivate is to give you one practical idea that you can try for yourself or with your team right away. This week we’re looking at positive relationships and self-esteem.
Episode 57 - Nine Ways to Rid Yourself of Impostor Syndrome
Oct 25, 2019 • 6 min
Chances are that you will suffer from impostor syndrome at some point in your life. In this episode we explore what impostor syndrome is, why it occurs, and nine ways we can avoid feeling like a fraud.
Bonus Replay - Optimism and Resilience
Oct 18, 2019 • 8 min
This week’s podcast is a replay of our 2nd December 2018 episode on Optimism and Resilience. We will be back next week with a brand new episode.
Bonus Replay - Leadership First Impressions
Oct 11, 2019 • 6 min
This week’s podcast is a replay of our 14th October 2018 episode on Leadership First Impressions
Midweek Motivate - Making the First Day Great
Oct 8, 2019 • 2 min
Welcome to Midweek Motivate. The middle of the week can be tough for leaders. The goal of midweek motivate is to give you one practical idea that you can try for yourself or with your team right away. And this week we’re looking at making the first day at…
Episode 56 - Entrance Interviews Beat Exit Interviews
Oct 4, 2019 • 4 min
Entrance interviews beat exit interviews any day of the week. In this Leadership Today podcast we cover some questions to draw on the experiences and observations of new starters to improve our organisations.
Midweek Motivate - Doing Less With Less, But More of the Right Things
Oct 1, 2019 • 2 min
Welcome to our fourth Midweek Motivate. The middle of the week can be tough for leaders. The goal of midweek motivate is to give you one practical idea that you can try for yourself or with your team right away. And this week we’re looking at doing less…
Episode 55 - Why Exit Interviews Often Stink and Seven Things To Do About It
Sep 27, 2019 • 6 min
Exit interviews often stink. They end up being overly positive or overly negative. This week we explore seven ways to radically improve your exit interviews.
Midweek Motivate - Insert A Gap
Sep 24, 2019 • 2 min
Welcome to Midweek Motivate. As the name suggests, these episodes come out in the middle of the week - right at the point where your enthusiasm as a leader may be starting to dip. The goal of midweek motivate is to give you one practical idea you can try…
Episode 54 - Five Tips To Level Up Your Listening
Sep 20, 2019 • 6 min
How are your listening skills? This week we’re looking at five tips to level up your listening.
Midweek Motivate - Looper
Sep 17, 2019 • 2 min
Welcome to Midweek Motivate. As the name suggests, these episodes come out in the middle of the week - right at the point where your enthusiasm as a leader may be starting to dip. The goal of midweek motivate is to give you one practical idea you can try…
Episode 53 - The Ten Best Podcasts for Leaders in 2019
Sep 13, 2019 • 9 min
In today’s episode, we outline the ten best podcasts for leaders in 2019.
Midweek Motivate - Removing Frustrations
Sep 10, 2019 • 2 min
Welcome to Midweek Motivate. As the name suggests, these episodes come out in the middle of the week - right at the point where your enthusiasm as a leader may be starting to dip. The goal of midweek motivate is to give you one practical idea you can try…
Episode 52 - Faking Extraversion Boosts Well-Being - What’s All That About?
Sep 6, 2019 • 6 min
This week we’re looking at research that demonstrates faking extraversion as a way to boost well-being. Seriously - what’s all that about? And what might it mean for leaders?
Episode 51 - Confidence in Action
Aug 30, 2019 • 5 min
Confidence is a key part of leadership effectiveness. It’s much easier to follow a confident leader than one who appears to doubt themselves. But what is confidence, and how can we develop it?
Episode 50 - Seven Reasons to Get Back to Nature
Aug 23, 2019 • 7 min
Imagine if there was something you could do to elevate your mood, reduce stress, increase creativity, boost memory, build team cohesion, help physical health and maybe even reduce mental illness. Research demonstrates that getting back to nature can do…
Episode 49 - Accurate Self-Assessment
Aug 16, 2019 • 7 min
Accurate self-assessment sits at the core of leadership effectiveness. This week we look at five ways you can help ensure you have a clear picture of your strengths and areas for development.
Episode 48 - Four Ways to Explore Your Untapped Potential
Aug 9, 2019 • 5 min
Reaching into our untapped potential is a trip into the unknown. In this episode we use the Johari Window as a framework to identify four ways to explore our untapped potential.
Episode 47 - Five Ways Busy Leaders Prioritise Treating People Well
Aug 2, 2019 • 4 min
The best leaders prioritise treating people well, and reap the benefits through higher performance and greater commitment. But time pressure can make this difficult. Here are five ways busy leaders prioritise treating people well.
Episode 46 - Saying ‘No’ Without Being a Jerk
Jul 26, 2019 • 4 min
One of the elements that gets in the way of being assertive as a leader is an inability to say ‘no’ to requests, or automatically saying ‘yes’ to everything that comes our way. We explore ways to say ‘no’ without being a jerk.
Episode 45 - Overcoming a Fear of Delegation
Jul 19, 2019 • 5 min
Delegation - it’s something that every successful leader needs to do in order to perform and progress, yet most leaders under-delegate. This week we explore ways of overcoming a fear of delegation.
Episode 44 - 10 Leadership Lessons From Year One of the Leadership Today Podcast
Jul 12, 2019 • 4 min
Reflection is important in our development as leaders. In that spirit, this week we look at 10 things we’ve learned from year one of the Leadership Today podcast.
Episode 43 - How Thinking in the Third Person Makes You a Wiser Leader
Jul 5, 2019 • 4 min
As leaders we need to make wise decisions in often complex and emotionally charged situations. This week we look at two techniques for making wiser decisions.
Episode 42 - The Power of “I Don’t Know”
Jun 28, 2019 • 5 min
Recognising that we don’t have all the answers makes us more effective as leaders - there is power in saying “I don’t know”.
Episode 41 - Is Putting Employees First Actually Better For Customers?
Jun 21, 2019 • 4 min
This week we explore whether putting employees first ahead of customers and shareholders leads to better customer service and financial results.
Episode 40 - Are Workaholics Bad for Business?
Jun 15, 2019 • 3 min
We have come to celebrate workaholics in our organisations - those people who always seem to be busy and putting in long hours. But is it possible for a person to be too engaged with their work? And does that lead to burnout and negative performance?
Episode 39 - Four Ways Leaders Build Trust
Jun 8, 2019 • 5 min
Trust is the essential currency of any organisation however, it seems to be in short supply these days. This week we look at four ways in which leaders can build trust.
Episode 38 - Do People Really Shoot the Messenger?
Jun 1, 2019 • 4 min
As a leader, it’s likely that you have had to deliver bad news. It can be extremely difficult to do well. This week we look at practical ways to deliver negative news, and hopefully not become the messenger that gets shot in the process.
Episode 37 - Why Everyone is a Born Leader
May 25, 2019 • 5 min
This week we explore why everyone is a born leader - that we all have a head start in some facet of leadership.
Episode 36 - Four Steps to Building a Legacy of Leaders
May 18, 2019 • 5 min
Leadership isn’t just what you do in the moment - it’s the legacy you leave. This week we look at four steps to building a legacy of leaders.
Episode 35 - Managing Your Time in an Infinite Job
May 11, 2019 • 9 min
Most of us have what I call infinite jobs - where we could just keep working more hours and never quite get everything done. This week we look at practical ways to manage infinite jobs, improving our productivity while also regaining control over our…
Episode 34 - Moving from Stressed to Strong
May 4, 2019 • 5 min
Nearly half of all employees often experience negative work-related stress, flowing through to lower levels of engagement and motivation. As leaders, we can dramatically reduce this figure, and transform the performance of individuals and our…
Best of the Podcast Replay - Prisoners and Performance Ratings
Apr 27, 2019 • 6 min
We’re taking a couple of weeks to look back at two of our favourite previous episodes - enjoy!
Best of the Podcast Replay - Do Teams Still Form, Storm, Norm and Perform?
Apr 20, 2019 • 7 min
We’re taking a couple of weeks to look back at two of our favourite previous episodes - enjoy!
Episode 33 - The Problem with Solving Problems
Apr 13, 2019 • 5 min
The problem with solving problems is that we often rush towards solutions without spending enough time clearly identifying the challenge we’re facing. In this episode we explore the power of a well crafted problem statement.
Episode 32 - When Working Smarter Isn’t The Smartest Way To Work
Apr 6, 2019 • 8 min
We’ve all heard the mantra - work smarter, not harder. But sometimes our idea of ‘smarter’ still isn’t the smartest way to work. We need to reflect on an entirely different level.
Episode 31 - Limiting Thoughts - Taming Your Own Worst Critic
Mar 30, 2019 • 6 min
In this episode we look at ways to retrain our own worst critic - the automatic limiting thoughts that enter our minds when we are faced with challenges, and that hold us back from opportunities.
Episode 30 - Making Negative Feedback a Little Less Negative
Mar 23, 2019 • 4 min
Commentary around the effectiveness of negative feedback is mixed, with people often highlighting the adverse impact that it can have on individuals. But is there a way to make negative feedback, well, less negative?
Episode 29 - Chronotypes and the Perils of Working 9 to 5
Mar 16, 2019 • 9 min
Working 9 to 5 may not be the best way for everyone to maximise their productivity. In this episode we look at the science of chronotypes, and how leaders can use our natural sleep/wake cycles to get the best out of their people.
Episode 28 - How Leaders Create an Environment Where People Thrive
Mar 9, 2019 • 9 min
How do leaders create an environment where people thrive? This week we look at the importance of leadership styles in helping to bring out the best in our people.
Episode 27 - Psychological Safety - The Hard Edge to Feeling Safe at Work
Mar 2, 2019 • 7 min
How safe do you feel at work to speak up, raise an idea or a concern, or to try something new? This week we look at psychological safety, and how it has an unexpectedly hard edge.
Episode 26 - Self-Fulfilling Prophecy - Why We Get What We Expect
Feb 23, 2019 • 7 min
The self-fulfilling prophecy describes how our expectations of others can lead them to act in a way that confirms those expectations. As leaders it’s time to reset our expectations so we can get the best out of our people and stop holding them back.
Episode 25 - Leading through Change
Feb 16, 2019 • 7 min
Being able to effectively manage change is an essential skill for any leader. In this episode we explore the stages of change that people work through, and what they need from their leaders to support the change.
Episode 24 - Conscious Incompetence - Why Learning New Things is Painful
Feb 9, 2019 • 7 min
Learning new things can be painful. Understand why that’s the case can help us, both as learners and leaders, to become more effective. This week we look at a framework to help us understand the predictable stages of learning, and what that requires from…
Episode 23 - Conflict - Ouch!
Feb 2, 2019 • 6 min
Conflict - love it or hate it, you’re going to end up facing conflict at some point. In this episode we discuss some ways of tackling conflict head on.
Best of 2018 Replay - Feedback is a Gift
Jan 26, 2019 • 7 min
As we prepare for 2019, we’re taking the opportunity to replay some of our most popular episodes from 2018. Enjoy!
Best of 2018 Replay - Influencing Tactics
Jan 12, 2019 • 8 min
As we prepare for 2019, we’re taking the opportunity to replay some of our most popular episodes from 2018. Enjoy!
Best of 2018 Replay - Motivation - What’s the Point?
Dec 29, 2018 • 7 min
As we prepare for 2019, we’re taking the opportunity to replay some of our most popular episodes from 2018. Enjoy!
Best of 2018 Replay - Assertiveness! (if that’s okay with you…)
Dec 15, 2018 • 7 min
As we prepare for 2019, we’re taking the opportunity to replay some of our most popular episodes from 2018. Enjoy!
Episode 22 - Goal Setting - New Year, Same You
Dec 8, 2018 • 4 min
As the end of the year fast approaches, we take a look at goal setting - something we all know a lot about, and yet we’re lousy at it. Here are four ideas that might help.
Episode 21 - Resilience and Optimism
Dec 2, 2018 • 8 min
This week we explore the links between optimism and resilience, using the example of a terrifying real life hang gliding experience.
Episode 20 - Avoiding the Blame Game
Nov 24, 2018 • 5 min
As leaders, there’s always a risk of blaming people rather than processes. This week we look at a technique that helps us to avoid playing the blame game.
Episode 19 - Intent Versus Impact
Nov 17, 2018 • 7 min
As leaders, we almost always have great intentions, but our intent isn’t always the same as our impact. In this episode we explore three principles for leaders when thinking about intent versus impact.
Episode 18 - Don’t Ask for a Mentor
Nov 10, 2018 • 3 min
Having a mentor provides a wide range of benefits beyond development, including higher pay, more promotions and greater career satisfaction. But asking for a mentor isn’t always easy or the best approach.
Episode 17 - Prisoners and Performance Ratings
Nov 3, 2018 • 5 min
What can prisoners teach us about performance ratings? And how can we better measure performance and support development as leaders? Check out the research and some ideas that will help improve the way you lead.
Episode 16 - Operating in Uncertainty
Oct 27, 2018 • 6 min
In this week’s podcast we explore what leaders can learn from the way surgical teams manage complexity.
Episode 15 - Do Teams Still Form, Storm, Norm and Perform?
Oct 20, 2018 • 7 min
Over 50 years ago Bruce Tuckman described four stages of team development - forming, storming, norming and performing. This week we explore whether these stages still apply, and the implications for leading in an increasingly complex world.
Episode 14 - Leadership First Impressions
Oct 13, 2018 • 6 min
Research demonstrates that 90% of the initial impression we form about people is based on two factors - warmth and competence. It also turns out these two factors are difficult to combine. So how do we demonstrate both warmth and competence as leaders?
Episode 13 - Control your Email (Before it Controls You).
Oct 6, 2018 • 7 min
Email is a great tool that can also be a huge distraction. Research shows that if we don’t control our inbox, it will end up controlling us. This week we look at some ways to tackle that.
Episode 12 - The Best Thing About Working Here? It’s the People…
Sep 29, 2018 • 4 min
When you ask employees about the best thing about the place where they work, they often say “the people”. Here are four ideas of how leaders can build connections and collaboration at work.
Episode 11 - Want to Keep Your Best People? Help to Build their Resume.
Sep 22, 2018 • 5 min
This week we are looking at how to motivate and retain your best people by helping to build their resume.
Episode 10 - Motivation - What’s the Point?
Sep 15, 2018 • 7 min
Motivation - what’s the point? And how do we motivate people as leaders? This week I outline the four factors most important for motivating people at work, and focus in on practical ideas to increase a sense of purpose.
Episode 9 - Why Following Your Passion Isn’t Enough
Sep 8, 2018 • 7 min
This week we’re looking at passion and purpose - and why telling someone to ‘follow their passion’ is lousy advice.
Episode 8 - Lighten Up! How Humour Fuels Innovation
Sep 1, 2018 • 6 min
Do we all need to lighten up? Research shows that the use of humour by leaders can have positive impacts on innovation and other factors.
Episode 7 - Influencing Tactics
Aug 25, 2018 • 7 min
This week we look at research into the most (and least) effective influencing tactics used by leaders. We explore how we can combine approaches to enhance the way we influence others.
Episode 6 - Assertiveness! (if that’s okay with you…)
Aug 18, 2018 • 6 min
This week we’re looking at assertiveness - what it is and how we can build it in ourselves and in others.
Episode 5 - Feedback is a Gift
Aug 11, 2018 • 7 min
Research shows that leaders typically avoid giving feedback, particularly the further away performance is from expectations. This week we look at a feedback structure that focuses on behaviour and the impact we have on others.
Episode 4 - Monthly 1 on 1 Meetings that Work
Aug 4, 2018 • 5 min
In this episode we explore monthly 1 on 1 meetings that work - where both the leader and their direct report turn up prepared to discuss performance, priorities, support, and development.
Episode 3 - Control and your Health
Jul 28, 2018 • 4 min
Demanding jobs can actually be a good thing for us, provided we have a sense of freedom and control. Without this control, the negative health effects are dramatic. This podcast includes two ideas for improving control.
Episode 2 - Your Best Ideas
Jul 22, 2018 • 6 min
Where do you come up with your best ideas? I bet it’s not at your desk. In this episode we explore the conditions that lead to our best ideas, and how we can increase the chances of us coming up with even more great ideas in the future.
Episode 1 - Leadership Habits
Jul 19, 2018 • 6 min
Much of our leadership behaviour is driven by habits. In this episode we explore helpful and harmful leadership habits, as well as how to identify existing habits and build new ones.