Episode 8: Dr. Tasha Eurich. How to become self-aware person

Episode 8: Dr. Tasha Eurich. How to become self-aware person

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Most people believe that they are self-aware, and yet only 10-15% of us actually are.

A few years ago I was in that overconfident and none-aware 85% until I read “Insight” and my journey towards self-awareness begun. Am I in the top 15%? I am certainly closer than I was 5 years ago, and I believe that we all would benefit from developing this skill. Tasha Eurich took it to the next level and wrote a phenomenal book that helped thousands of people across the world become more self-aware.

Dr. Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, executive coach, researcher, and New York Times, best-selling author. She uses science to help successful leaders—from early-stage entrepreneurs to public company CEOs—achieve dramatic and measurable change in their professional (and personal) lives.

As #1 Organisational Culture Guru (recognised by GlobalGurus), one of the top 30 emerging management thinkers in the world by Thinkers50, and recognised by legendary Marshall Goldsmith as #1 Self-Awareness coach I couldn’t ask for a better guest to discuss Self-Awareness and how can everyone improve this critical skill.

There is also a great bonus for those who’d like to become a more self-aware person and live a happier life. Tasha offers a 25% discount to the listeners of Coaching Leaders, check out the link: https://thefuturereadyleader.com/friends/and use code: WeekendUniversity

Episode 7: Teresa Quinlan. Leadership through Emotional Intelligence. Part 2.

Episode 7: Teresa Quinlan. Leadership through Emotional Intelligence. Part 2.

When we think about “bad managers” that we worked for, we rarely think about his or her level of technical skills. It’s more about how they made us feel. More often than not, what people truly need from managers is to show up authentically, be empathetic and assertive. They need emotionally intelligent leaders.

Where do we start the journey of building emotionally intelligent teams? Where can you start as a manager?

In this episode, Teresa breaks the journey down for us and map the road that each manager should take in order to build successful teams, but more importantly: to look after our own and others emotional well-being.

Teresa Quinlan is an executive coach, public speaker and co-host of TNT ESQ podcast. As an EQ coach, she helps organisations build emotionally intelligent teams, and she does it with a great dose of positive energy and humour.

  • You can connect with Teresa on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teresaquinlan12/, where she shares daily content with tons of tips and strategies
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Episode 6: Teresa Quinlan. Leadership through emotional intelligence. Part 1.

Episode 6: Teresa Quinlan. Leadership through emotional intelligence. Part 1.

When we think about “bad managers” that we worked for, we rarely think about his or her level of technical skills. It’s more about how they made us feel. More often than not, what people truly need from managers is to show up authentically, be empathetic and assertive. They need emotionally intelligent leaders.

Where do we start the journey of building emotionally intelligent teams? Where can you start as a manager?

In this episode, Teresa breaks the journey down for us and map the road that each manager should take in order to build successful teams, but more importantly: to look after our own and others emotional well-being.

Teresa Quinlan is an executive coach, public speaker and co-host of TNT ESQ podcast. As an EQ coach, she helps organisations build emotionally intelligent teams, and she does it with a great dose of positive energy and humour.

You can connect with Teresa on LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/teresaquinlan12/, where she shares daily content with tons of tips and strategies

Learn more about Teresa’s services or sign up for various webinars on:  iqeqtq.com

Listen to TNT ESQ podcast: https://anchor.fm/teresa-quinlan

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Episode 5: David M. Brear. “Transforming your workplace into a coaching playground”

Episode 5: David M. Brear. “Transforming your workplace into a coaching playground”

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What happens if a company modus operandi turns your workplace into a coaching playground?

The opportunities for personal development are limitless and your team is engaged! That’s how 11:FS, an award-winning fintech company, operates and the group CEO and host of FunTech Insider, David M. Brear shares the ins and outs of their approach. In the world where everyone is very busy and doing more work is not an option,  David and his team are leading the way of building the business by engaging people in more exciting projects and side projects that are adding value to the community and breaking the mould of the traditional approach to the marketing strategies.

You can connect with David on LinkedIn where you can also join his daily breakfast show: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidbrear/                                                                                 Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidbrear                                                                                                                                                                                                               Learn more about 11:FS and what makes them unique at https://11fs.com/

Episode 4: Kieron Bailey.Hands-on coaching approach.

Episode 4: Kieron Bailey.Hands-on coaching approach.

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s a leader, an important part of your responsibility is to show people what’s possible and through ongoing coaching set them on that path. The traditional way of scheduled and documented feedback conversations is no longer a viable option. A real-time coaching conversation is a way to go, and Kieron spent years mastering this approach. 
In today’s episode, you will learn how to develop your team through ongoing, real-time feedback conversations.  Kieron is sharing with us his proven process of turning team members into successful leaders. 
Kieron Bailey is a co-founder of Experience 101, hospitality junkie, coach and public speaker.  Kieron spent over 20 years proudly leading and developing teams. Today, as a consultant and public speaker,  Kieron is helping hospitality businesses grow and develop the next generation of leaders and hospitality lovers.
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Episode 3: Melissa Hughes. “What coaching leaders have to know about cognitive biases.”

Episode 3: Melissa Hughes. “What coaching leaders have to know about cognitive biases.”

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Our human nature can be the very barrier that prevents managers from coaching others effectively. It doesn’t have to be that way!
As Melissa explained during our conversation:
“We can’t stop them from happening, but we can do, is understand them and identify it when it happens so we can take conscious action”.
In today’s episode, you will learn more about your decision-making process, understand how cognitive biases preventing us from being a better coach, leader and person.
Melissa Hughes is an author of “Happier hour with Einstein” and “Happier hour with Einstein, another round!”. As a founder of The Andrick Group and coach, Melissa is helping elevating leadership with science-based approaches for driving performance. As a speaker and neuroscience geek, she simplifies the latest neuroscience findings and shares them in an engaging way from the stages across the world.
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