60 episodes

Join this lively conversation with communications professionals, Advita, Jenni and Trudy, as we discuss topics such as imposter syndrome, productivity and leadership.
You'll pick up practical tips, tactics and good ideas. We'll focus on a weekly news topic, to keep you up to date. There'll be plenty of fun and laughter too.
Listen while you cook, drive, walk or work. Each episode will be under an hour, so we hope you can find a place for us in your day.

Calm Edged Rebels calmedgedrebels

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 23 Ratings

Join this lively conversation with communications professionals, Advita, Jenni and Trudy, as we discuss topics such as imposter syndrome, productivity and leadership.
You'll pick up practical tips, tactics and good ideas. We'll focus on a weekly news topic, to keep you up to date. There'll be plenty of fun and laughter too.
Listen while you cook, drive, walk or work. Each episode will be under an hour, so we hope you can find a place for us in your day.

    S6 E10 – How to live with uncertainty.

    S6 E10 – How to live with uncertainty.

    In the final episode with Jenni, Trudy, and Advita, they ponder on how to live with uncertainty.
     
    All our lives were affected by the pandemic, and we had to adjust to this concept and cope with this constant feeling of uncertainty. How did we do this?
     
    This is a good conversation for the Calm Edged Rebels who can offer advice to people who are experiencing ambiguity and uncertainty, but also to think about where agility might come into organisations, the link to resilience, and exploring for our own experiences, not just with our clients or who we're working with. But how comfortable are we with uncertainty and ambiguity? And has that changed from the pandemic, where there was so much that was unknown that have, we naturally developed more of a resilience and therefore we are slightly more comfortable with the unknown.
     
    Thank you for listening to season 6 of our Calm Edged Rebels podcast. We hope you have enjoyed this season and continue to keep listening!
     
    To continue the conversation, share your thoughts and ideas, please connect via Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn. 
    And finally, for regular news updates and details on our Coaching Retreat, subscribe to our newsletter here.
     
    Links:
     
    Stakeholder Mapping by Redefining Communications How to manage stakeholders - Redefining Communications (redefiningcomms.com)
     
    Quiet Quitting Article by Trudy Lewis on LinkedIn  Post | Feed | LinkedIn
     
    Science of Fear book by Dan Gardner The Science of Fear: How the Culture of Fear Manipulates Your Brain: Amazon.co.uk: Gardner, Professor of History Daniel: 9780452295469: Books
     
    Remotely Interested - Deskless middle manager research from Redefining Communications: Downloads - Redefining Communications
     
    Calm Edged Rebels coaching retreat Retreat New - Calm Edged Rebels

    • 34 min
    S6 E9 – How to rehumanize leaders.

    S6 E9 – How to rehumanize leaders.

    In this penultimate episode, the Calm, Edged, Rebels challenge the phrase ‘rehumanize’ and the potential separation of personal and professional approaches when in an organisation.
     
    ‘What is your purpose’ is that a heavy question to answer? What motivates you at work? Do you feel empathy as a leader? How do we remain feeling human in a digital world?
     
    What place does purpose and meaning have for someone who is trying to develop emotional intelligence? And that more human side? Do you think it has a place?
     
    To continue the conversation, share your thoughts and ideas, please connect via Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn. 
    And finally, for regular news updates and details on our Coaching Retreat, subscribe to our newsletter here.
     
    Links:
     
    Rehumanizing Leadership book by Sudhamshu Palsule and Michael Chavex Rehumanizing Leadership - Amazon
     
    Redefining Communications Podcast with Jenni Field – Understanding Empathy and compassion:
     
    Empathy and compassion S3 E9 - Redefining Communications Podcast
     
    Ikigai article from BBC Ikigai: A Japanese concept to improve work and life - BBC Worklife
     
    Coaching Retreat – Calm Edged Rebels Retreat New - Calm Edged Rebels
     
    Edge model – Colinear The Edge Framework – Colinear
     
    Confidence Coaching by Comms Rebel Coaching – Comms Rebel
     
    Calm Edged Rebels Podcast Season 6, Episode 3 How to Get a Growth Mindset

    • 35 min
    S6 E8 – Where does culture sit in an organisation?

    S6 E8 – Where does culture sit in an organisation?

    Where does culture actually sit? Who is responsible for culture in your organisation? Which department should take ownership of this? What makes a culture successful? How do we start getting people used to talking and observing and listening?
     
    In this episode, Jenni, Trudy, and Advita consider and question how we can tackle this when factoring in all the everyday changes of an organisation.
     
    Tips and thoughts are shared on how to help you along the way.
     
    To continue the conversation, share your thoughts and ideas, please connect via Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn. 
    And finally, for regular news updates and details on our Coaching Retreat, subscribe to our newsletter here.
     
    Links:
     
    Organisational Culture by Edgar H Schein Organizational Culture and Leadership by Edgar H. Schein
     
    Culture Code book by Daniel Coyle Amazon.co.uk : Culture Code Daniel Coyle
     
    CIPR CEO Research Report – Click on Download PDF button Resources (cipr.co.uk)
     
    The Field Model by Redefining Communications The Field Model - Redefining Communications
     
    Influential Internal communication by Jenni Field Influential Internal Communication - Redefining Communications
     
    Fish rots from the head by Bob Garratt Amazon.co.uk : fish rots from the head

    • 37 min
    S6 E7 - What makes us credible?

    S6 E7 - What makes us credible?

    In episode 7, Jenni, Trudy and Advita discuss what credibility means to them as individuals and how this can be interpreted to others.
     
    What makes someone credible? How does someone build credibility with their audience?
     
    Authenticity, integrity, likeability, trust – do these all play their part in making us credible?
     
    Several tips and reading suggestions are shared within this podcast for you to take this conversation to your peers and discuss further.
     
    To continue the conversation, share your thoughts and ideas, please connect via Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn. 
    And finally, for regular news updates and details on our Coaching Retreat, subscribe to our newsletter here.
     
    Links:
    Speed of Trust - Stephen M R Covey: The Speed of Trust: The One Thing that Changes Everything: Amazon.co.uk: Covey, Stephen M. R., Merrill, Rebecca R.: 9780743295604: Books
     
    Previous episode where women are expected to perform? Leadership episode? Is that this one? Women In Leadership - Calm Edged Rebels
     
    CER S6 Episode 1 - Building a Culture of Trust Building a Culture of Trust - Calm Edged Rebels
     
    Redefining Communications Inspiring Goodies by Jenni Field Inspiring Goodies - reframing leadership, changing habits and finding quiet - Redefining Communications (redefiningcomms.com)
     
    Redefining Communications Podcast S3 E10 How to know if leadership is for you Chaos to calm: How to know if leadership is for you S3 E10 - Redefining Communications (redefiningcomms.com)

    • 26 min
    S6 E6 – Lost art of conversation

    S6 E6 – Lost art of conversation

    Have we lost the art of conversation? Have we lost the ability of conversation due to technology advances?
     
    In this episode, Jenni, Trudy, and Advita have a great conversation getting to the crux of how many times they say the word conversation and importantly, learning how we can get back to conducting proper conversations with people. It could change your life and inspire you. How do we build real connections if we cannot hold a proper conversation? Do you feel present in your everyday conversations?
     
    To continue the conversation, share your thoughts and ideas, please connect via Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn. 
    And finally, for regular news updates and details on our Coaching Retreat, subscribe to our newsletter here.
     
    Links:
    How to have difficult conversations S5 E3 How to have difficult conversations - Calm Edged Rebels
     
    Productive agreements S4 E2 How to be heard with productive disagreement - Calm Edged Rebels
     
    We need to talk by Celeste Headlee We Need To Talk: How to Have Conversations That Matter: Amazon.co.uk: Headlee, Celeste: 9780349416380: Books
     
    Poles Apart by Alison Goldsworthy. Laura Osborne and Alexandra Chesterfield https://www.amazon.co.uk/Poles-Apart
     
    Silent Power by Stuart Wilde Silent Power: Amazon.co.uk: Wilde, Stuart: 9781561705368: Books
     
    Unleashed by Frances Frei and Anne Morriss https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unleashed
     
    Simon Sinek on Steven Bartlett’s Diary of a CEO podcast E145 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-zuTZuYeCg
     
    Speed of Trust by Stephen M R Covey https://www.amazon.co.uk/Speed-Trust-Thing-Changes-Everything/dp/1416549005

    • 37 min
    S6 E5 – Women in Leadership

    S6 E5 – Women in Leadership

    In this episode from Jenni, Trudy, and Advita, we listen, learn and discuss their experiences of working in leadership positions throughout their careers.
     
    As three experienced business coaches, the Calm, Edged, Rebels raise important questions over:
     
    Perception of women in leadership positions
    Gender equality
    Seeking validation
    Women’s opinions of other women in leadership
    Responsibility towards ownership of when you are ready for leadership
    Asking for help
    To continue the conversation, share your thoughts and ideas, please connect via Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn. 
    And finally, for regular news updates and details on our Coaching Retreat, subscribe to our newsletter here.
     
    Links:
    A Leader Like Me –  www.aleaderlikeme.com
    Brené Brown www.brenebrown.com

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

tme25 ,

Inspiring, honest and feel like a chat with good friends

I really love this podcast. The ladies discuss things that I have thought and worried about and get it out there. I feel like the ladies are my friends, I look forward to the next edition dropping and the content is so on point and engaging! Love it, thanks so much x

piggiesarecute ,

Always look forward to the next episode

It’s really informative and it keeps me interested each season. The three of you work so well together and I always look forward to the next episode!

Livspicy ,

One of my favourite podcasts!

Love this podcast, positive and insightful

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