112 episodes

In season #3 we continue speaking with experts and sharing insights around the future of leadership, the importance of communication, building capability through people, remaining curious and transforming the way we approach work to become more effective and ultimately, more dynamic.

https://shelleyflett.com

The Dynamic Leader Podcast Shelley Flett

    • Business

In season #3 we continue speaking with experts and sharing insights around the future of leadership, the importance of communication, building capability through people, remaining curious and transforming the way we approach work to become more effective and ultimately, more dynamic.

https://shelleyflett.com

    Episode #112. Interview with Rowena Millward about growth and discomfort

    Episode #112. Interview with Rowena Millward about growth and discomfort

    Human beings are wired to enjoy growth! In this conversation Shelley and Rowena discuss that the most powerful growth often comes through challenge and how we deal with it.

    Rowena shares her views on the growth zone that straddles safety and challenge and recognising which zone you go to when you are growing. She shares her perspective on the tension between past and future - navigating what’s right for us with respect of our past, what we know right now and our desire for what we want in the future.

    Such an interesting conversation!

    Grab a copy of Uncomfortable Growth: https://linktr.ee/rowena.millward 

    Connect with Rowena: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rowena-millward

    Connect with Shelley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyflett/

    Work with Shelley: https://shelleyflett.com

    • 45 min
    Episode #111. Interview with Ron Carucci about truth & honesty

    Episode #111. Interview with Ron Carucci about truth & honesty

    In this conversation Shelley speaks with Ron Carucci, co-founder and managing partner at Navalent, about the opportunities that exist where leaders are open, honest and transparent and the impacts to moral security when they’re not.

    Ron shares the importance of embodying your intentions and minimising the say/do gap. He believes that “if there’s not someone coming into your office multiple times a week telling you something that makes you feel uncomfortable, you can be fairly confident your leadership sucks”.
    Grab a copy of To Be Honest: https://tobehonest.net
    Connect with Ron: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roncarucci
    Connect with Shelley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyflett/
    Work with Shelley: https://shelleyflett.com

    • 45 min
    Episode #110. Interview with Joe Hart on perspective

    Episode #110. Interview with Joe Hart on perspective

    One of Shelley’s favourite topics is explored with organisational psychologist and coach, Joe Hart. In this conversation Joe shares that perspective taking, the ability to reframe and take a different look at something, is one of the most powerful tools in anyone’s toolkit.

    We should start the perspectives journey off by understanding ourselves, to the extent we can clearly articulate what we want and what’s important to us (easier said than done for most).

    Once we understand ourselves we earn the right to consider the perspectives of others and help them to see themselves in the way that motivates and encourages growth and development.

    Grab a copy of True Perspective: https://joehart.com.au/books

    Connect with Joe: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-hart-9475b934/

    Connect with Shelley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyflett/

    Work with Shelley: https://shelleyflett.com

    • 50 min
    Episode #109. Interview with Richard Newman on communicating with impact

    Episode #109. Interview with Richard Newman on communicating with impact

    In this conversation Shelley asks Richard, Founder and CEO of Body Talk, about starting his journey on the communication path in a Tibetan monastery teaching English to monks.

    He appreciates the value of storytelling and incorporates them into the work he does with leaders and teams saying “it’s the facts that tell but it’s the stories that sell”.

    Richard also shares the power of congruency in communication by saying what you mean and meaning what you say. He shares some really simple practices to put into place that will increase your impact through communication.

    Learn more about the work Richard does: https://ukbodytalk.com/resources-category/videos/

    Connect with Richard: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardnewmanspeaks/

    Connect with Shelley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyflett/

    Work with Shelley: https://shelleyflett.com

    • 51 min
    Episode #108. Interview with Melanie Fisher on health and wellbeing in the workplace

    Episode #108. Interview with Melanie Fisher on health and wellbeing in the workplace

    In this conversation Shelley and Mel talk about the impacts of never ending screen time in the workplace with many leaders going from meeting to meeting without a break.

    Mel shares insight into taking control of your calendar and managing expectations about working and resting effectively. She talks about the contrast of speeding up to get things done and slowing down to connect with people.

    It’s a great conversation with a leader who is experienced in navigating workplace challenges and finding her own health and wellbeing rhythm.

    Connect with Mel: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fishermelanie/

    Connect with Shelley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyflett/

    Work with Shelley: https://shelleyflett.com

    • 41 min
    Episode #107. Interview with Mark Rosenberg on having hard conversations

    Episode #107. Interview with Mark Rosenberg on having hard conversations

    In this conversation Shelley and Mark explore how high performing teams actively engage in constructive conflict and don’t mind having the ‘hard’ conversations. Mark shares the impacts of engaging in conflict for the wrong reasons as well as what happens when it is avoided.

    Dynamic leaders approach conflict with a curious mindset and gain a rich understanding of where others are coming from. They are great at perspective taking and hold a good level of self-awareness.

    Grab a copy of Mastering Hard Conversations: https://balancedcurve.com/books/

    Connect with Mark: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markrosenberg3/

    Connect with Shelley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyflett/

    Work with Shelley: https://shelleyflett.com

    • 46 min

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