Welcome to Leading the Coaching Change podcast with me, Nadine Powrie, Executive and Leadership Coach and Mediator.
My mission is to change the way that conversations and relationships are handled in the workplace
In this podcast, I focus on YOU, your challenges, your ambitions and your journey to be the very best leader you can be. I talk about how you can overcome common leadership struggles, use your talents to get the best results from yourself AND your team and how to expand your mindset for 'elite performance'.
How to have critical conversations in transformational leadership
This is a stimulating and thought-provoking roundtable on "critical conversations in transformational leadership" with Jeremy Williams, Ph. D, Jeni Ling and Jan Daines.
We are keen to speak about
Radically reframing your questions.
Testing your solutions (and yourself)
Pausing to move faster
Tapping into creativity
Key question to think about
What does effective transformational leadership lool like?
Kindness in Leadership
"Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless" Mother Teresa
Thank you Jeni Ling, Leisa Grace Wilson for a thought-provoking conversation on 'Kindness and Leadership 🤔'.
Here are the kind of questions we explored
- How do we define 'kind leadership?
- What does kind leadership look like?
- Why kind leadership matters?
- How to develop a kind and compassionate leadership style
- Is being a kind leader a weakness?
What would you add to those?
What can we learn from Generation Z: persistent positivity
If you think that Generation Z is a lost generation, then think again!
The 2020 Deloitte Global Millennial Survey, now in its ninth year, reveals that millennials and Generation Z remain resilient in the face of adversity and is determined to drive positive change in their communities and around the world.
Deloitte survey reveals "resilient generation": Millennials and Gen Zs hard hit by COVID-19 pandemic, yet view this period as an opportunity to reset, take action.'
Putting yourself on the spot
“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.”- Brené Brown
Last week, I decided to go solo with my LinkedIn Live. I've never done that and I was slightly terrified 😨. After all, there are 713 million LinkedIn users!! Imagine if they are all watching 😮
So what was going to talk about?
I was going to respond to questions that I've been asked and that I am asking myself.
Have you ever done something that you feared doing?
Financial resilience in leadership
We were keen to explore have a conversation around
❔ financial strategic planning (and forecasting)
❔ critical cash flow risk management
❔ communicating financial resilience to create value and foster trust
❔ helping the board make informed decisions
❔ conflict resolution (with yourself and with others) and responding to a crisis
❔ networking skills to hire the expert you trust
My favourite quote:
"Being qualified is not necessarily being good at what you do"
The importance of visibility for career progression
VULNERABILITY IS POWERFUL
We explore great questions:
- Are you ready to give yourself permission to be first? How will you do that?
- Do your female employees feel supported with career progression? If not, then what are you going to do about it?
- Does self-promotion make you feel awkward? If yes, then how can you shift your mindset
- How to get feedback that helps you?
What's in it for you?
- A visibility plan
Conversation with Impact!
Every time I listen to an episode it generates new thoughts and reflections for me. Nadine has a great way of leading the conversation so that they are interesting, informative and contain really useful bits that, as a listener, I can consider where they might make an impact in my leadership.
Definitely have a listen.
Nuances and dialogues
Nadine is very skilled at picking up on the nuances revealed during her conversations… and then steers the dialogue towards interesting and fertile ground. If you’re interested in leadership it’s definitely worth investigating her podcasts.
A must listen for leaders!
Love your podcast Nadine you always share so much value and ignite so many ideas for me. Thank you!