A podcast Serving Leaders Serving Others, your guide alongside especially for new leaders. Your host and guests share valuable insights, experiences, practical tips and friendly advice so that you can lead by serving others better.
CHALLENGES of CHANGE
#034 - CHALLENGES of CHANGE. There are many challenges to any change. One of the greatest tests of your leadership abilities will be how you, as a leader serving others, will help manage change. Join Dr. Charles Boyer for a discussion and helpful hints to navigate change.
#033 - BEATING BURNOUT. Burnout isn't a medical diagnosis, but it has been linked to a range of health problems. It's more than job-related - it's a people-oriented thing. Burnout affects people who work with other people in all types of situations, both personal and professional. Join Dr. Charles Boyer for some ways you can Beat Burnout before it beats YOU.
OUR NOISY WORLD
#032 - Welcome to OUR NOISY WORLD, the noise pollution in our daily lives and some of the effects noise has on our lives and on our health. Noise takes a toll on our well-being -- yours, mine, your family and friends, your pets and your house plants.
#031 - MEETING MANIA is rampant these days. Some people swear by meetings. Others swear at them. You, in your role as leader, are sure to have your share of meetings throughout your career. Join host Dr. Charles Boyer for some ways to help tame that Meeting Mania Monster.
EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY
#030 - Everybody is Somebody, and Nobody is Nobody. Everyone is unique. Everyone is special. Everyone deserves to receive your best efforts to make them feel valued and happy because of you. Join Dr. Charles Boyer for an episode about treating Everybody as Somebody. It's what leaders serving others is all about.
BORED IS GOOD
#029 - BORED IS GOOD, and it's actually good for you. Being bored can stimulate your creativity, your flexibility and help you solve problems. Join your host, Dr. Charles Boyer, to hear some of the benefits. You won't be bored!
Help for an old leader
Dr Boyer has crystallized the essence of good leadership in clear, concise concepts that have me re-examining what I’ve done as a leader over my career - I’ll be better after applying his teaching - Thank you, Charlie