29 min

40 - Leadership in hazardous industries with Nikki McMurray Beneath the Surface

    • Personal Journals

Although it feels a bit weird sitting on the other side of the podcasting table, I knew I was in very safe hands with Nikki McMurray as a guest on her new podcast, Leadership in Hazardous Industries.  It’s a pleasure to rebroadcast our chat here on episode 40 of Beneath the Surface.
Nikki is a leadership facilitator and coach who is passionate about helping leaders in hi-vis workplaces go from surviving to thriving.  I’ve been fortunate to work with Nikki over the past few years, so I was over the moon when I heard she was launching her very own podcast.
In this episode, we discuss some key leadership traits that make a great leader as well as the difference between leading teams in both hazardous and non-hazardous environments. We also touch on the DiSC methodology and Nikki even coaxes me into sharing my evening wind-down routine.
I have all the time in the world for Nikki and it’s very cool to be a part of her podcasting journey.  Nikki - thanks for having me and I can’t wait to do it all again.

Although it feels a bit weird sitting on the other side of the podcasting table, I knew I was in very safe hands with Nikki McMurray as a guest on her new podcast, Leadership in Hazardous Industries.  It’s a pleasure to rebroadcast our chat here on episode 40 of Beneath the Surface.
Nikki is a leadership facilitator and coach who is passionate about helping leaders in hi-vis workplaces go from surviving to thriving.  I’ve been fortunate to work with Nikki over the past few years, so I was over the moon when I heard she was launching her very own podcast.
In this episode, we discuss some key leadership traits that make a great leader as well as the difference between leading teams in both hazardous and non-hazardous environments. We also touch on the DiSC methodology and Nikki even coaxes me into sharing my evening wind-down routine.
I have all the time in the world for Nikki and it’s very cool to be a part of her podcasting journey.  Nikki - thanks for having me and I can’t wait to do it all again.

29 min

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