Leadership, especially in today’s ever changing world, is critical to ensure that people thrive and are able to contribute to the best of their ability. My guest today is Lia Bosch, a business coach and consultant, who discusses with me what makes an effective leader – someone who can create an environment for motivation, whether in a virtual, in-person, or hybrid setting. In our conversation, we talk about being intentional about building relationships, creating structures, asking for feedback, and the three psychological workplace needs - autonomy, competence and relatedness.
Resources discussed in this episode
Good Leadership In a Zoom World (survey results by Thrive People Strategies)
Self Determination Theory (Richard Ryan, Edward Deci)
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
About Lia Bosch
Lia Bosch is a seasoned business professional and entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience in people leadership, human resources, organizational change, training & development, business consulting and general management.
She is Founder and Managing Partner of Thrive People Strategies LLC, a consulting and coaching firm with a mission to make work a motivating and productive experience. She is passionate about creating work environments where both the business and the people thrive.
Lia holds a Master of Science Degree in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and completed her undergraduate studies in Human Resources Management at the University of Toronto.
She is a published author on topics related to leadership, compensation, employee management, teamwork, fitness and nutrition.
You can reach her at thriveH2H@gmail.com, by visiting www.thriveH2H.com, or on LinkedIn.
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