The Zoë Routh Leadership Podcast is designed to give you LEADERSHIP TIPS on: corporate culture, employee engagement, strategic thinking, personal excellence.
Dissolve your blocks and become a truly Boundless Leader.
Edge of Leadership UnConference speaker Daniel Kilov reveals some amazing tips and tricks to enhance memory for reading books, recalling information, committing information to knowledge, and remembering names at networking functions.
Daniel shares critical mnemonics (memory) techniques, explains how these techniques are the single best predictor of top performance in any field and how we can create generations of geniuses.
How memory is the alchemy for human creativity
Using ‘memory palaces’ to retain vasts amount of knowledge quickly
Why memory is the true distinguishing feature for people at the very top of their game - geniuses - and an even better predictor than IQ
Tired, wired, and frustrated? Having trouble sleeping? Health expert Alessandra Edwards reveals latest research on what we can do to improve sleep and achieve ULTRA-WELLNESS. We talk sleep strategies, how genetics affect the usefulness of sleep hygiene habits, rules for meal timing, infrared saunas and cryotherapy.
Sleep architecture and how other factors like genetics may impede your results
Optimum timing of meals to ensure the best night sleep
Fasting for beginners and how it can turn us into fat burners - yeah!
Some experiences are pretty awful. We can’t wish them away. We can’t pivot from them. We can’t reframe them. We can however learn something from them, make use of them, and grow stronger as a result. Strategic planning, and the core of what we leaders need to do in current times of tension.
Positive thinking can be good. It’s just not everything.
Useful beliefs can help.
Using the experience as fodder for growth, after doing a thorough assessment, is key.
Do you use your intuition in leadership? Would you like to develop your inner knowing to a greater level? How about a 30-second hack to change your brain waves into a meditative state? Speaker, author, and advisor Scott Stein shares his insights and practical tips on these, delegation, strategic planning, and the core of what we leaders need to do in current times of tension.
Native American ancient wisdom: using the Fox Walk to change brain waves for movement meditation
Compression planning and how it saves tons of time and avoids ‘talk fest’ in strategic planning
The four levels of delegating and mistakes to avoid
Are you happy with your culture at work? Do things need changing? How do you get started? Do you focus on big picture? Or is the smaller things that count? It turns out you start with the change you want, and hearts and minds come afterwards.
Why you should start with actions and not beliefs when it comes to changing culture
The three actions that set AMPLIFIERS apart from ACHIEVERS (and why you want to do these)
What kind of movement you may want to drive in your culture
How are you starting 2019? Have you got a theme word? What boundaries, rituals, habits are you using to shape an extraordinary year? Have you got goals? Or are you using intentions? In this episode I share the nitty gritty strategies, habits, rituals, and resources I am using to RESET my energy and focus. The theme this quarter on the podcast is ‘Personal Excellence’ and this is the perfect start to that.
Why a theme word is useful for shaping your year
Six nitty gritty tactics to build personal excellence for the year
A special give away as this is episode 100!
What KPIs should CEOs have? Should they have KPIs at all? Performance measurement specialist and business consultant Mark Hocknell says they shouldn’t. At least not in the way we currently understand KPIs - ones developed by gut feel instead of a thorough and rigorous process. We also talk about the perils of performance bonuses and why legal and accounting firms should stop measuring staff performance based on billings alone.
How giving people targets to meet is a surefire way for people to manipulate numbers or jimmy the system
How a CEO increased a company’s bottom line by multiple BILLIONS by focusing on safety, not revenue
The best way to develop comprehensive measurement plan that generates teamwork instead of divides it.
How do you move from management to leadership? It’s a key question for every emerging leader, and for every Boundless Leader to keep in mind. There are key distinctions as well as overlaps in management and leadership. The key things are ripples, questions, and frames.
How simple decisions can have a cascading effect
How questions might have prevented unwanted repercussions
Sample questions to guide you into the leadership space
Habits and meetings: how we can move the dial 1% for more energy and more time. An update on implementing James Clear’s Atomic Habits and a book summary and review of Donna McGeorge’s 25 Minute Meeting.
Cement identity with visual cues and celebrating small wins.
Meetings for business as usual: 25 minutes,no more than 5 people, no more than 3 agenda items.
Use Scan, Focus, Act as the formula for meetings.
How do you deal with failure? Do you have a bunch of motivational quotes to help you reframe the experience? How do you process the deep shame and anxiety you feel with it? I think we need to RETHINK FAILURE. It’s not just feedback. We need to fail with a framework.
Give yourself permission to fail
How rejection is akin to physical trauma
Two frameworks we need for failure: external risks like financials and safety, and one for ego and reputation.