20 episodes

We created ‘For Leaders who give a damn’ to help you kick butt in business while becoming a better human for yourself and the people around you. Your hosts Natasha Wallace, founder of The Conscious Leadership Company, and David Wilkinson, editor of the Oxford Review are going to bring you the science and practical application of conscious leadership.

For leaders who give a damn Natasha Wallace and David Wilkinson

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We created ‘For Leaders who give a damn’ to help you kick butt in business while becoming a better human for yourself and the people around you. Your hosts Natasha Wallace, founder of The Conscious Leadership Company, and David Wilkinson, editor of the Oxford Review are going to bring you the science and practical application of conscious leadership.

    Transactional analysis (part 1) | Episode 20

    Transactional analysis (part 1) | Episode 20

    Natasha Wallace of The Conscious Leadership Co. and David Wilkinson of The Oxford Review discuss the topic of transactional analysis (TA). This is a powerful communication model that helps people understand their state of mind and why they do things in a particular way. TA is a complex subject, so this episode forms the first instalment of a mini-series where we dive deeper into transactional analysis and how it can be applied to everyday life.

    • 20 min
    Sometimes we struggle to help ourselves | Episode 19

    Sometimes we struggle to help ourselves | Episode 19

    Natasha Wallace of The Conscious Leadership Co. and David Wilkinson of The Oxford Review discuss why we sometimes struggle to help ourselves and how the internal and external language we use influences the way we see things. The hosts also talk about the benefits of asking for help because sometimes we need outside support to work through our problems.

    • 50 min
    How to avoid drama | Episode 18

    How to avoid drama | Episode 18

    Natasha Wallace of The Conscious Leadership Co. and David Wilkinson of The Oxford Review discuss the topic of drama in the workplace and how we often enter conflict in three key roles: persecutor, rescuer, and victim and how they can exacerbate our problems. Instead we need to operate from the position of adult, where we can be more rational and solution focused.

    • 51 min
    Confidence and strength in leadership | Episode 17

    Confidence and strength in leadership | Episode 17

    Natasha Wallace of The Conscious Leadership Co. and David Wilkinson of The Oxford Review discuss the topic of confidence and strength in leaders and how we should take notice of the things that make us feel energised to positively impact our performance. They also talk about the importance of creating physical, mental, and emotional space for inspiration and reflection.

    • 40 min
    Setting boundaries | Episode 16

    Setting boundaries | Episode 16

    Natasha Wallace of The Conscious Leadership Co. and David Wilkinson of The Oxford Review discuss the topic of setting boundaries in leadership and in life, acknowledging that it can be uncomfortable at times. 

    The hosts share personal stories and experiences of boundary-setting with their team and friends, highlighting the value of knowing one's own values to recognise when boundaries need to be set.

    • 45 min
    What leads people to change | Episode 15

    What leads people to change | Episode 15

    Natasha Wallace of The Conscious Leadership Co. and David Wilkinson of The Oxford Review discuss the topic of change – including what drives people to change and the things that prevent it. The hosts also discuss the importance of internal motivation and why organisations should involve employees as collaborators during changes to achieve optimum results.

    • 45 min

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