24 min

13. Your Teams Coach with Michael King The Innovation Meets Leadership Podcast

    • Business

Leaders need to be authentic and transparent with their teams in order to create a sustainable and successful relationship and scale. In this episode of the Innovation Meets Leadership Podcast, Natalie Born and Michael King explore one piece of advice for leaders when it comes to capacity - being able to understand their team and how they're doing.  They discuss understanding your team's engagement, motivation, and commitment to the mission and why that’s important for creating a healthy partnership.   

Michael King, founder, and CEO of TEAMS.COACH, LLC is a highly sought-after Executive and Business Leadership Coach. He helps business leaders clarify and execute at high levels through his proprietary T.E.A.M.S. Methodology to develop measurable business growth and company-wide collaboration.  

Main Takeaways:  


Leadership Through the T.E.A.M.S. Methodology  
Why Leaders Need to Take Culture Seriously in 2022 
Types of Leadership Styles and Why It’s All About Striking a Balance   

Key Thoughts:


 “And the thing that we find that burns leaders out a lot is not knowing the capacity of their team and knowing when to dial that back.” - Michael King  

Be sure to check out full show notes at https://innovationmeetsleadership.com/resources

Connect with Michael  


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelkingjr75
Website: http://www.teams.coach
Contact Number: 763-245-498 

These are proven solutions to advance your leadership and innovation process. Check out our website  innovationmeetsleadership.com or connect with us on Instagram or Facebook @innovationmeetsleadership 

Don't forget to subscribe and leave a 5-star review. Let’s go transform something!


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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/natalie-born/message
Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/natalie-born/support

Leaders need to be authentic and transparent with their teams in order to create a sustainable and successful relationship and scale. In this episode of the Innovation Meets Leadership Podcast, Natalie Born and Michael King explore one piece of advice for leaders when it comes to capacity - being able to understand their team and how they're doing.  They discuss understanding your team's engagement, motivation, and commitment to the mission and why that’s important for creating a healthy partnership.   

Michael King, founder, and CEO of TEAMS.COACH, LLC is a highly sought-after Executive and Business Leadership Coach. He helps business leaders clarify and execute at high levels through his proprietary T.E.A.M.S. Methodology to develop measurable business growth and company-wide collaboration.  

Main Takeaways:  


Leadership Through the T.E.A.M.S. Methodology  
Why Leaders Need to Take Culture Seriously in 2022 
Types of Leadership Styles and Why It’s All About Striking a Balance   

Key Thoughts:


 “And the thing that we find that burns leaders out a lot is not knowing the capacity of their team and knowing when to dial that back.” - Michael King  

Be sure to check out full show notes at https://innovationmeetsleadership.com/resources

Connect with Michael  


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelkingjr75
Website: http://www.teams.coach
Contact Number: 763-245-498 

These are proven solutions to advance your leadership and innovation process. Check out our website  innovationmeetsleadership.com or connect with us on Instagram or Facebook @innovationmeetsleadership 

Don't forget to subscribe and leave a 5-star review. Let’s go transform something!


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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/natalie-born/message
Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/natalie-born/support

24 min

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