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Manage Self, Lead Others is your go-to leadership podcast exploring the art of leading with emotional intelligence . . . and more. Tune in for thought-provoking insights, actionable strategies and inspirational stories to help you become a more intentional and empathetic leader. Each episode, Host, Nina Sunday, engages with some of the brightest business minds on the planet who share a passion to elevate and reshape team culture. Subscribe now to become part of the movement.
 

Manage Self, Lead Others: Emotional Intelligence and Leadership for Managers Nina Sunday

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Manage Self, Lead Others is your go-to leadership podcast exploring the art of leading with emotional intelligence . . . and more. Tune in for thought-provoking insights, actionable strategies and inspirational stories to help you become a more intentional and empathetic leader. Each episode, Host, Nina Sunday, engages with some of the brightest business minds on the planet who share a passion to elevate and reshape team culture. Subscribe now to become part of the movement.
 

    Ep129 - Working Async, with Lynne Cazaly

    Ep129 - Working Async, with Lynne Cazaly

    Ep129 we speak with Lynne Cazaly and her book, "Sync Async"
    making a distinction between synchronous and asynchronous work.
    The author urges people to consider more asynchronous ways of working.
    There will always be too much to do and not enough time to do it. Putting practical sync async techniques to work can make your work easier . . . and the rest of life better.
    Consider:
    ·     Do we really need everyone at the same meeting at the same time?
    (synchronous work)
    ·      Could some people contribute prior to, or after the meeting or begin working on tasks outside of a meeting? (asynchronous work).
    A growing number of teams and businesses are learning and experiencing the value of deliberately working in sync / async ways.
    That is, some work is completed synchronously - at the same time with other people; and other elements of work completed asynchronously - at a time and in a way that suits them.

    In this conversation with author Lynne Cazaly, we discuss how, why and when to work in sync and async ways
    ·      tools for making great async progress
    ·      ways to identify the type of work you prefer
    ·      how to make daily progress easier - get started on things that
    have stopped and accelerate things that have slowed.
    You don't need to wait for a culture change or for someone to give
    you the go-ahead on this. You can start working better in both sync and async
    ways from today.

    ABOUT LYNNE CAZALY
    Lynne Cazaly from Melbourne, Australia, is an international keynote speaker, award-winning author and master facilitator.
    Lynne is author of 10 books including:
    "Sync Async: Making progress easier in the changing world of work." https://amzn.to/43Q3QkO
    Listen to Episode 31 of this podcast with Lynne Cazaly talking about Perfectionism and her book: "Ish: The Problem with our Pursuit for Perfection and the Life-Changing Practice of Good Enough.’" https://amzn.to/3vLCTlG
    An experienced radio broadcaster, presenter and producer, Lynne has presented 10,000+ hours on-air. As a communication specialist she’s lectured in Australian Universities and consulted to industry on change and transformation.
    Contact: https://www.lynnecazaly.com.au/

    ABOUT PODCAST HOST, NINA SUNDAY
    Connect with Nina Sunday on LinkedIn HERE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ninasunday/ You can suggest a guest, ask a question, make a comment.

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    Psychological Safety, and Psychosocial Hazards To Avoid

    Rookie Mistakes New Leaders Make

    Second Curve Thinking: Change Before You Have To


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    • 29 min
    Ep128 Zero Suicide Society, with Paul Vittles

    Ep128 Zero Suicide Society, with Paul Vittles

    Links for the Core Work of Paul Vittles, The Jordan Legacy, the #ZeroSuicideSociety Transformation Programme and the #JoinTheDots Tour/Conference/Festival, 12-23 June 2024

     Let's Talk About Suicide!
    https://paulvittles.medium.com/lets-talk-about-suicide-35e4706f6bf7
     
    Groundbreaking Report - Moving Towards a Zero Suicide Society - and the Way Forward
    https://thejordanlegacy.com/moving-towards-a-zero-suicide-society-edition-2-of-the-report/
     
    The Jordan Legacy's (Critical) Response to the National Suicide Prevention Strategy for England, 2023-2028
    https://thejordanlegacy.com/the-jordan-legacys-response-to-the-governments-national-suicide-prevention-strategy-2023-2028/
     
    Paul Vittles' Detailed Critique of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy for England, 2023-2028
    https://paulvittles.medium.com/are-we-in-the-suicide-prevention-business-or-is-it-suicide-maintenance-40a4e4129496
     
    The #ZeroSuicideSociety
    #JoinTheDots Humber to Mersey Tour, 12-23 June 2024
    https://thejordanlegacy.com/jointhedots/
     
    The Pioneering 'All Pieces in the Puzzle' Launch Conference, Baths Hall, Scunthorpe, 12 June 2024
    https://thejordanlegacy.com/conference-line-up/
     
    The Big Finish 'Merseyside Festival with Lived Experience Voices' in a 5,000 Capacity Venue, 22-23 June 2024
    https://thejordanlegacy.com/merseyside-festival/
     
    Jordan's Space - the World's Only Fortnightly Radio Show Focused on Suicide Prevention: All Recordings
    https://thejordanlegacy.com/jordans-space/
     
    'What We Actually Do' - a Snapshot Month (Jan 2024) Working in Transformational Change in Suicide Prevention
    https://paulvittles.medium.com/so-what-is-it-you-actually-do-32bbd4d27c9d
     
    Paul Vittles - 40 Years in
    Community Engagement: Memoir with Life & Work Lessons
    https://paulvittles.medium.com/40-years-of-community-engagement-7-global-community-engagement-days-8dbddeca79bc
     
    Other Key Content Referenced in the Show
     
    World Health Organisation (WHO) and United Nations SDGs
    https://www.who.int/health-topics/suicide#tab=tab_1
     
    International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) inc World Suicide Prevention Day 10 September https://www.iasp.info/
     
    Lifeline International https://lifeline-international.com/
     
    The Global Zero Suicide (in Healthcare) Movement (which began in Detroit)
    https://youtu.be/tyfdN-4nJZQ
     
    Zero Suicide Institute of Australasia
    https://www.zerosuicide.com.au/
     
    UK NCISH: National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health
    https://sites.manchester.ac.uk/ncish/
     
    Podcast: Suicide is a Means of Death Not a Cause of Death
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/2rtecRiS23JtW2aNnN7D0p
     
    Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) Online Suicide Awareness Training
    https://www.zerosuicidealliance.com/training
     
    Alfie's Squad (Pioneering Peer Support for Kids Bereaved by Suicide)
    https://alfiessquad.org/
     
    SuperFriend (Not-for-Profit Foundation funded by the Australian Superannuation and Insurance Sector)
    https://www.superfriend.com.au/
     
    CONTACT PAUL VITTLES
    LinkedIn: Paul Vittles - https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulvittles/
    Medium: @PaulVittles - https://paulvittles.medium.com/
    X/Twitter: @PaulVittles - https://twitter.com/PaulVittles
    Bio on The Jordan Legacy Website:
    https://thejordanlegacy.com/member/paul-vittles-fmrs-fami-frsa-facilitating-transformational-change-to-move-towards-zero-suicide/
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    • 35 min
    Ep127 - VUCA leadership, with Dan Silberberg

    Ep127 - VUCA leadership, with Dan Silberberg

    In Episode 127, I speak again with Thought Leader and Visionary Dan Silberberg around the evolving role of leadership in a world of disruption.
    There’s a shift from focusing solely on productivity to valuing intelligence as the key competitive advantage.
    Multiple areas of disruption can be described with the VUCA framework.  
    A leader’s full time job is global volatility.
    Another full time job is global uncertainty and unpredictability.
    Another full time job is unraveling complexity.
    And then the last one, just in case you didn't have enough to deal with, is ambiguity.
    The traditional hierarchical model is insufficient for dealing with such complexities. Dan advocates for an ecosystem approach where leaders become facilitators rather than top-down decision-makers.
    To be a great leader requires critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and lifelong learning. We need authentic organizational values, hiring based on cultural fit, personal authenticity in interviews.
    Leaders need to adapt to the rapidly changing landscape by fostering innovation, embracing ndiversity, and building trust within their organizations.

    TO CONTACT DAN SILBERBERG
    Tell Dan you heard him through Nina Sunday on the Manage Self, Lead Others podcast.
    https://entelechy.ai/product/leader-council/
    https://entelechy.ai/contact/
    https://pages.c-suitenetwork.com/the-leader-council

    ABOUT PODCAST HOST, NINA SUNDAY
    Connect with Nina Sunday on LinkedIn HERE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ninasunday/ You can suggest a guest, ask a question, make a comment.

    To subscribe to Nina Sunday's personal blog go to https://www.brainpowertraining.com.au/ and scroll to bottom of the page to register.
     
    To visit Nina Sunday's speaker site visit: https://www.ninasunday.com/
    You can request a proposal for Nina Sunday to speak at your conference Australia Pacific and globally on either:

    Psychological Safety, and Psychosocial Hazards To Avoid

    Rookie Mistakes New Leaders Make

    Second Curve Thinking: Change Before You Have To


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    • 41 min
    Ep126 - Your Unique X Factor, with Yamini Naidu

    Ep126 - Your Unique X Factor, with Yamini Naidu

    Yamini Naidu is the world's only Economist and Bollywood dancing business storyteller who works with leaders helping them craft and share stories that connect, engage and inspire.
    Yamini Naidu's expertise is inspiring individuals to identify their X factor statement, to amplify and elevate their personal presence.
    TIMESTAMPS
    [4:42] The unique selling proposition was good, but no one wants to be sold to. And then we created the elevator pitch. And again, that's the problem with the elevator pitch. It's like you're pitching to someone. It sounds hustle-based.

    Contact Yamini Naidu
    https://yamininaidu.com.au/

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    • 36 min
    Ep125 - Employee Cost: Wrong Thinking, Prof. Peter Cappelli with Nina Sunday

    Ep125 - Employee Cost: Wrong Thinking, Prof. Peter Cappelli with Nina Sunday

    This episode is with Peter Cappelli DPhil, George W. Taylor Professor of Management; Director, Center for Human Resources, The Wharton School; author of “Our Least Important Asset: Why the Relentless Focus on Finance and Accounting is Bad for Business and Employees" https://amzn.to/3P5WTGd
    Recently named by HR Magazine as one of the top 5 most influential management thinkers, we speak about wrong thinking when it comes to employee cost and value.
    TIMESTAMPS
    [2:02] Why do leaders see employees as liabilities instead of assets?

    [3:47] Is that a failure of the imagination?

    [5:50 ] Replacing my employees with contractors and with leased employees

    [6:24] What's the problem with managers coming from engineering or finance backgrounds?
     
    [11:19 ] But what they don't track is, are we hiring good people?
     
    [12:20] What money you're going to give me to make me want to move? And they're not necessarily more successful than an active candidate. In fact, they're less successful. That's an interesting paradox.
     
    [13:15 ] We know that active candidates are people who want to advance.
     
    [13:37 ] For any line manager, middle manager, c-suite manager, your advice would be always advertise for a role?
     
    [14:20] A study compared people who were promoted from within to a job, to those who were hired from the outside into the identical job. People hired from outside took 3 years to get up to speed compared to people promoted from within. And it took people promoted from within 7 years to catch up to the pay of people who were hired from outside. So you pay a salary premium and you suffer a performance hit when you fill those jobs from outside.
     
    [16:31] The other paradox you describe how at the start of the recent pandemic when 70% of office workers were sent home to work, because the feeling was, “We're all in this together”, employees were trusted to get the job done. And they did because they were trusted. Then came a shift to monitoring software on the assumption that left to their own devices, people would goof off. So, what's the situation now?

    About Peter Cappelli, DPhil
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-cappelli-14936a3/
    With expertise in industrial relations and labor economics, Peter is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal and writes for HR Executive Magazine and Harvard Business Review.
    Tune into his show, In the Workplace, on Sirius XM 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School, on Thursdays at 5:00 pm EST, and read his monthly column in HR Executive magazine online.

    Author of:
    "Why Good People Can’t Get Jobs" (Wharton Digital Press, 2012)
    "Managing the Older Worker" (with Bill Novelli, Harvard Business Press, 2010)
    "The India Way: How India’s Top Business Leaders Are Revolutionizing Management" (with colleagues, Harvard Business Press, 2010)
    "Talent on Demand: Managing Talent in an Age of Uncertainty" (Harvard Business Press, 2008)
    "The New Deal at Work: Managing the Market-Driven Workforce" (Harvard Business Press, 1999).

    ABOUT PODCAST HOST, NINA SUNDAY
    Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@manageselfleadotherspodcast?sub_confirmation=1
     
    Connect with Nina Sunday on LinkedIn HERE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ninasunday/ You can suggest a guest, ask a question, make a comment.
     
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    • 29 min
    Ep124 - Unmasking Leadership with Dan Silberberg

    Ep124 - Unmasking Leadership with Dan Silberberg

    TO CONTACT DAN SILBERBERG
    Tell Dan you heard him through Nina Sunday on the Manage Self, Lead Others podcast.
    https://entelechy.ai/product/leader-council/
    https://entelechy.ai/contact/
    https://pages.c-suitenetwork.com/the-leader-council

    ABOUT PODCAST HOST, NINA SUNDAY
    Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@manageselfleadotherspodcast?sub_confirmation=1
     
    Connect with Nina Sunday on LinkedIn HERE: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ninasunday/ You can suggest a guest, ask a question, make a comment.
     
    To subscribe to Nina Sunday's personal blog go to https://www.brainpowertraining.com.au/ and scroll to bottom of the page to register.

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    • 29 min

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Provoking and intelligent conversations with Nina

Nina has clearly dedicated her podcasts to getting the heart of the matter with all of her guests and their subjects. Her expertise shines as she ask questions that are clearly in the crevices of the conversation. This allows for the guest and the listener to travel in a discovery of the topic which is how adults learn best. Bravo!

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Fascinating conversations

Nina not only chooses great guests but ensures deep, thought-provoking content that stimulates rich discussion.

Always a great show!

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