E45 - Why we need new leadership maturity, and how to get there - Interview with Dr Maja Stanojevic-Andre

Maja shares:

  • What is leadership maturity and why it needs to evolve
  • Why Trump is appealing to many voters
  • How a real estate company became the ‘Google of Real Estate” and one of the top 25 places to work through deliberate focus on individual and collective leadership maturity
  • How to create horizontal and vertical leadership development to become more nimble and responsive as leaders and in organisations
  • Why the maturity of the leadership caps the growth and future of the organisation
  • Where to start if you want to encourage the leadership maturity in your organisation

E44 - Uniqueness Quotient (UQ) is a key ingredient for safe, trusting cultures - Interview with Heidi Alexandra Pollard

Workplace humanist Heidi Alexandra Pollard shares:

  • Why you should be UP yourself
  • How to overcome the Confidence Crisis and tall poppy syndrome so we can stand in their strengths
  • How to build trust - the golden elixir for leadership - in an organisational culture
  • The joys and dangers of being an OPULENT MINIMALIST
  • How Heidi stays centered in the challenges of growing her own business
  • The adventure of surrender and exploring the Boundless self in a travelling tiny house

E43 - Managing Up: Dealing with blocks to your success

Have you got a boss who gets in your way? Are they a blocker? A micro-manager? Do they dump work on you? Do they ignore you?

When it comes to Boundless Leadership and leading beyond borders, some people can definitely get in our way.

We look at the three key skills to manage up, as well as how to run an empathy map for yourself and your ‘blocker’. These are practical ways to build empathy and influence.

E42 - Upgrade Yourself, Not Just Your Device! Interview with Alessandra Edwards

Alessandra Edwards shares:

  • Why cycling carbs can work in concert with our natural biochemistry for peak performance
  • 3 pervasive bad habits that keep executives from top performance
  • Hot nutritional tips for supporting optimum energy
  • The science behind genetically-based nutrition and performance
  • The best kind of carbs to eat for brain and hormone support

E39 - How to develop a collaborative leadership style - Interview with Simon Dowling

Simon Dowling is a collaboration specialist who works with senior teams to create environments where their people really thrive. It starts by building what he calls supercharged teams. He is the author of Work With Me - how to get people to buy into your ideas.

Simon had a wondrous start to his professional career: commercial lawyer in a big city firm and improv comedy, and even appeared on Thank God You’re Here.

E38 - Better Strategic Planning For Better Teams

Don’t do strategy backwards! And don’t do it on your own either. Strategic planning when you do it well is an excellent way to enhance employee experience and build team buy in.

We look at:

  • Mistakes in strategic planning
  • Three key steps to collaborative strategic planning
  • How good strategy builds better teams

E37 - How to change even the most stubborn bad habits - Interview with Lisa Lahey

Lisa Lahey, Ed.D. (HGSE), was most recently the associate director of the Change Leadership Group at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a national project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to develop greater internal capacity for leading organizational improvement in our nations public school districts.

Lisa shares:

  • Why change is hard for some people and not for others
  • Why willpower is useless when it comes to making change
  • The exact process to change your self-sabotage when it comes to losing weight, stopping smoking, or any other stubborn bad habit
  • How this process can be applied to organisations who want to make significant behaviour changes
  • How we can get to naming the elephant in the room