Does your team make enough decisions? Is it autonomous enough to do so? Does it take full responsibility for its activities? Is it fully committed to achieving common goals? Each week, through this podcast, you will discover simple and practical tools to take your team to another level.
For a confident leadership: it starts from within
The Ability to Lead Others Starts With The Ability to Know Yourself. Who are you? What do you value? What do you stand for? Strong leaders understand themselves and what their vision and goals are. The quality of a leader is reflected by the values they set for themselves and hold for others. Investing in yourself is investing in your people. It’s a full circle. Isabelle and Cloé discuss on how leaders must know and understand themselves to have the ability to empower others.
Curiosity and Empathy
Empathy is so powerful in business. Harout Chitilian and I both came from humble beginnings and with this, it's a reflex to put ourselves in someone else's shoes. That's why I couldn't resist inviting Harout Chitilian, Vice-President of Corporate Affairs and head of development and strategy at CDPQ Infra, because I know that this is one of his core values and he implements it in his everyday life which no doubt helped him reach his current status and realizing his full potential.
Authenticity & Vulnerability
Part of being an authentic leader is finding, and applying, the optimal alignment between who you are at home and who you are at work. This requires bravery and constant adjustments! It also requires you to manage your ego and ideally putting it aside completely. Leadership starts from within ourselves - by getting to know ourselves, our strengths, our blind spots, our limits, our values and our beliefs.
Andrea Schwarz is the head of Sales at Telus Health Care Centers. She is also part of the WLP - Women's Leaders in Pharma. She shares what being authentic means to her and how she allows herself to be vulnerable and conscious of her negotiables and non-negotiable values.
Operating as OneTeam while responding to COVID-19
Can this current global situation be any more difficult?
The development of the vaccine to eradicate the global pandemic is a perfect example of the importance of leadership and team engagement to reach revolutionary results. How did COVID-19 change the way you work within a team? In this episode, Fabien Paquette explains how leaders at Pfizer prepared their teams to work collectively, creatively, and efficiently to reach the impossible.
A team without trust isn't really a team
An inspiring conversation with Xavier Mufraggi Ceo at YPO.
When leading with the heart allows you to move forward with courage
When is your leadership traditional and when is it adapted to the context of your organization? This episode is an invitation to change the established culture that leaders are in so they can go from a head-led leader (expert stance) to a contextual leader who integrates their hearts and courage. Discover how Nathalie Nassari left her comfort zone for the good of her employees.
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Je recommande fortement ce podcast à tous les leaders ou gestionnaires d’une équipe.