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Navigating the complexities of leadership can be daunting and overwhelming. With Jenni Catron and her guests as your trusted and experienced guides, your leadership journey can become less overwhelming and more fulfilling. Jenni and the 4Sight team want to help you become a healthy leader who leads a thriving organization. Listen to discover the tools and wisdom you need to gain the 4Sight for success!

Lead Culture with Jenni Catron Art of Leadership Network

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 3.3 • 3 Ratings

Navigating the complexities of leadership can be daunting and overwhelming. With Jenni Catron and her guests as your trusted and experienced guides, your leadership journey can become less overwhelming and more fulfilling. Jenni and the 4Sight team want to help you become a healthy leader who leads a thriving organization. Listen to discover the tools and wisdom you need to gain the 4Sight for success!

    Episode 178 | The 6 "Be's" of Communication with Jenni Catron and Trey McKnight

    Episode 178 | The 6 "Be's" of Communication with Jenni Catron and Trey McKnight

    If everything rises and falls on leadership, leadership rises and falls on communication. Rarely do leaders intentionally communicate poorly; often they’re just moving so quickly they don’t take the time to think about what needs to be communicated to whom, and we underestimate how critical communication is to leading well. Every time the 4Sight team digs deep with an organization, communication is always at the core. For successful teams, communication fuels good culture, while struggling organizations often lack clarity in their communication.
    In this week’s episode, Jenni is back with Trey McKnight to talk about 6 “Be’s” that can help leaders become better communicators. Jenni shares 3 simple questions all leaders can ask to improve communication, how to navigate the tension between over-communicating and under-communicating, and the importance of discerning the communication cascade to discover the most respectful way to communicate this to the right people at the right time.
    If you have a question for Jenni, a “be” you use to help become a better communicator, or suggestions for the podcast, email it to: jenni@get4sight.com 
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    Do you desire to be a more confident leader?
    Are you frustrated with meetings that are inefficient and uninspiring?Do you find yourself unprepared or ill-equipped for challenging conversations?Do you feel scattered and unable to focus on what really matters?Are you struggling to juggle the demands of greater leadership responsibility?If this resonates with you, we would love to invite you to our 6 Traits of an Extraordinary Leader Training.
    This leadership cohort, beginning October 5th, is a 6-week online, includes live training where we will gather for 75 minutes weekly to share the 6 Traits of Extraordinary Leadership. 
    Leadership can be frustrating when you feel ill-equipped to face the daily challenges of leading yourself and leading a team. This training is designed to equip you to not only navigate those challenges effectively, but learn how to lead yourself and others well.
    Registration closes this week! Register today!
    For a next step, we need your help to get our Lead Culture podcasts in front of more leaders! There are three simple things you can do that truly help us:
    Leave a Review - head over to Apple podcasts (even if that’s not where you listen) and leave a review! This will help more people find us when they search for leadership podcasts. Subscribe - we’re available wherever you listen to podcasts.Share - let your friends know about the podcast by sharing your favorite episode on social media!Resources:
    The 6 Be’s of CommunicationEmotional Intelligence 2.0 Chris Voss Teaches the Art of Negotiation (MasterClass)

    • 39 min
    Episode 177 | How to Influence Culture from the Middle with Jenni Catron

    Episode 177 | How to Influence Culture from the Middle with Jenni Catron

    Do you desire to be a more confident leader?
    Are you frustrated with meetings that are inefficient and uninspiring?Do you find yourself unprepared or ill-equipped for challenging conversations?Do you feel scattered and unable to focus on what really matters?Are you struggling to juggle the demands of greater leadership responsibility?If this resonates with you, we would love to invite you to our 6 Traits of an Extraordinary Leader Training this October.
    This leadership training, beginning October 5th, is a 6-week online, live training where we will gather for 75 minutes weekly to share the 6 Traits of Extraordinary Leadership. 
    You will hear from myself along with the 4Sight Coaching Team. During this time, the team will train you in practical, hands-on tools to help you learn how to lead well on your journey to becoming an extraordinary leader.
    Leadership can be frustrating when you feel ill-equipped to face the daily challenges of leading yourself and leading a team. This training is designed to equip you to not only navigate those challenges effectively, but learn how to lead yourself and others well.
    Registration is open now. We hope you join us this October!
    In this week’s episode, Jenni answers a listener who emailed to ask, “I’m on the low end of middle management, and our company struggles with all four of the 4 blind spots. However, I feel powerless to do anything about it. What can I do to make a difference when I feel as though my input or desire to make the culture better has little or any value to those over me?”
    It is not uncommon, if an organization has been under pressure, that there has been an erosion between their values and behavior. Staff members are responsible for protecting and defending the culture of the organization, and for creating and influencing the culture for their specific sphere of influence, and Jenni offers suggestions that anyone can use if you, too, are leading from the middle: 
    Offer grace - your senior leader’s may not realize there is a culture issueAsk for clarity - hunt for the history of your organization's mission, vision, and valuesAnswer “what’s right, what’s true, and what can I do?” - include other staff members in this conversationCelebrate when you see the values being lived outModel the values within your own sphere of influenceIf you have a question for Jenni, or suggestions for the podcast, email it to: jenni@get4sight.com 
    For a next step, we need your help to get our Lead Culture podcasts in front of more leaders! There are three simple things you can do that truly help us:
    Leave a Review - head over to Apple podcasts (even if that’s not where you listen) and leave a review! This will help more people find us when they search for leadership podcasts. Subscribe - we’re available wherever you listen to podcasts.Share - let your friends know about the podcast by sharing your favorite episode on social media!Resources:
    Check out our 4Sight: Culture Blindspot Assessment. This survey will help you discover where you should be investing your time and efforts to make a bigger impact in your team. Our free assessment will help you identify your biggest culture blind spot so your team c

    • 22 min
    Episode 176 | The Exponential ROI of Investing in Leadership Development with Jenni Catron & Trey McKnight

    Episode 176 | The Exponential ROI of Investing in Leadership Development with Jenni Catron & Trey McKnight

    As organizations work to shift from reactive to proactive, the key to success will be found in investing in our teams. It’s no longer enough to give people jobs and pay them well. Flourishing, thriving teams and organizational culture require intentional leadership development, something you might not think you have the margin, budget, or resources for. Surprisingly, leadership development is not easy, but it can be simple.
    In this week's episode, Jenni and Trey are together again as co-hosts to discuss some of leadership development pain points for senior leaders. Maybe you’re also recognizing that the next level of leadership at your organization might not have the skills you expected or hoped for - fundamental leadership skills like:
    How to have hard conversationsKnowing how to have a 1:1 meetingLeading meetings effectivelyGood self-leadershipConflict management…and moreWith intentional, consistent leadership development, we can recognize potential in our teams and promote leaders who understand the sacredness of leadership, even if they’re not completely ready yet. Jenni and Trey share practical ways to invest in your team, encouragement to just get started, real life examples about how investing in a small group of leaders can maximize your impact, and they introduce 4Sight’s new 6-week practical leadership training cohort, starting October 5th. 
    For a next step, check out 4Sight's new 6-week leadership cohort! Leadership can be frustrating when you feel ill-equipped to face the daily challenges of leading yourself and leading a team. The 4Sight Group’s new “6 Traits of an Extraordinary Leader” training is designed to equip you to not only navigate those challenges effectively, but learn how to lead yourself and others well. Enroll today! 
    Resources:
    3 Perspective Shifts to Effectively Lead Change by Jenni CatronThe 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership by Jenni Catron4Sight’s new 6-week leadership development cohort: 6 Traits of an Extraordinary LeaderThe Inspire to Move Podcast with Trey McKnight

    • 41 min
    Episode 175 | Finding the Right Tools to Cultivate Connection with Jenni Catron and Kacie Frazier

    Episode 175 | Finding the Right Tools to Cultivate Connection with Jenni Catron and Kacie Frazier

    When you think of connection and engagement, do you automatically think about “in-person” opportunities? Many leaders, especially in the non-profit and ministry space feel a disconnect between genuine connection and technology, but with intention and the right tools, technology can help you cultivate connection and enhance engagement.


    In this week's episode, Jenni has a conversation with Kacie Frazier, Senior Manager of Channel Development and Alliances at Ministry Brands, an organization that offers more than 25 solutions and services that support more than 90,000 faith-based organizations throughout North America. Their mission is to empower churches, ministries, and faith-based organizations with leading technology solutions so that they can succeed in their mission to serve others and their communities.


    Kacie talks about discovering the right tools to help us connect with others, and how those tools can help leaders focus on doing what they’re called to do, while also creating healthy teams.


    For a next step, we encourage you to purchase the Culture Conference 2022 All Access Pass, hosted by The 4Sight Group. Culture Conference is a digital conference that provides practical talks from today’s top leaders - including today’s guest, Kacie Frazier,  to help you continue to build thriving teams, cultivate inspiring workplaces, and achieve mission. 


    Leadership can be frustrating when you feel ill-equipped to face the daily challenges of leading yourself and leading a team. The 4Sight Group’s new “6 Traits of an Extraordinary Leader” training is designed to equip you to not only navigate those challenges effectively, but learn how to lead yourself and others well. Enroll today! 


    Connect with Ministry Brands:
    www.ministrybrands.com
    Email Kacie: partners@ministrybrands.com

    • 36 min
    Episode 174 | How to Set Boundaries & Prevent Burnout with Jenni Catron & Dr. Sasha Shillcutt

    Episode 174 | How to Set Boundaries & Prevent Burnout with Jenni Catron & Dr. Sasha Shillcutt

    Have you ever wondered if you’re experiencing burnout, or if you’re just tired? How do you know the difference, and what steps should you take to avoid burnout or heal from it, so you can lead yourself well and lead others better?

    In this week's episode, Jenni has a conversation with Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, a renowned cardiac anesthesiologist, professor, bestselling author and CEO/Founder of Brave Enough. She’s the author of the new book, Brave Boundaries: Strategies to Say No, Stand Strong and Take Control of Your Time and host of The Brave Enough Show podcast.

    Sasha is a Christian, wife and mom who has walked through seasons of loneliness, anxiety, and complete burnout. She has written her new book out of a tender place in her heart for those who have found themselves in a similar place.

    Today Sasha helps us unpack what burnout looks like and coaches us in setting - and communicating - healthy boundaries.

    For a next step, we encourage you to connect with one of our trained and experienced 4Sight Group: Leadership Coaches. All leaders agree that the culture of your organization matters. But culture starts with you! Transform your team from disengaged to thriving, from divided to collaborative, and from toxic to trusting.

    Resources:
    Check out Sasha’s new book: Brave Boundaries: Strategies to Say No, Stand Strong and Take Control of Your Time

    Connect with Sasha:
    Instagram: becomebraveenough
    Website: www.becomebraveenough.com
    Podcast: The Brave Enough Show

    • 36 min
    Episode 173 | Creating Thriving Teams Through Compassion and Encouragement with Jenni Catron & Nate Taylor

    Episode 173 | Creating Thriving Teams Through Compassion and Encouragement with Jenni Catron & Nate Taylor

    As we come out of the past two years, it’s safe to say we’re all feeling restless. Seasons of disruption force us to ask the bigger, deeper questions and reflect on where we are, and what might be next.  If we’re not asking those questions in the company of wise counselors, we might not be getting the perspective we need to know if we need to move on or root ourselves deeper.
    In this week's episode, Jenni has a conversation with Nate Taylor, 4Sight coach and Executive Pastor about how coaching can help leaders navigate these seasons of change, and the two things he believes will make the biggest impact for leaders who feel exhausted and overwhelmed. 
    Nate is passionate about the Gospel, his family and helping others to flourish in leadership using their unique wiring. He emphasizes a collaborative approach to leadership and loves to work with teams and leaders on implementing staff culture, self-leadership and staff leadership development, strategy and org-charts.
    For a next step, check out our 4Sight: Culture Blindspot Assessment. This survey will help you discover where you should be investing your time and efforts to make a bigger impact in your team. Our free assessment will help you identify your biggest culture blind spot so your team can thrive.
    Resources:
    Get4Sight FREE Discovery Call - Let’s go over your assessment results!
    4Sight Group: Leadership Coaches - connect with one of our trained and experienced coaches!


    Connect with Nate:
    Instagram: @natektaylor on Instagram
    Email: nate@get4sight.com

    • 34 min

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Great content, accessible, and very practical! Audio quality is a noticeable step back from most other podcasts.

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