Welcome to the No More Leadership BS Podcast
Where we expose the gap between what leaders think they SHOULD do and what actually works...no BS
Join us each week as we irritate some, inform others, and challenge all leaders to discover a better path to leadership excellence with unvarnished insights and dry-eyed suggestions.
You're Either Growin' or Slowin'
IT'S TRUE! YOU'RE EITHER GROWIN' OR SLOWIN'
Over the last year, if you've noticed your competitors sneaking up on you and cutting into your market share, cutting your profits and demoralizing your team and you blame it on the market, the economy, or anything else that's beyond your control, you could be "Slowin'" and not "Growin'". I'm even willing to bet that "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" could be your mantra!
If that even rings a little bit true, you're not going to want to miss the conversation today, led by Myra Hall, Owner/Founder of Waypoint Coaching Group, as we discuss the back-door killer of motivation and growth in the workplace that has taken some big players out of the game completely.
Helping Everyone Cope Better with Change
Nothing stays the same in the business world, and sometimes employees have a hard time with that...and sometimes it's made even worse by the way change is communicated and implemented.
Today, Jeff Geier, Founder/Owner of Phoenix Coaching, LLC leads us in a discussion of how change has and is currently affecting the business world, and what you as the leader, can do to help your people through the rough spots.
The Amazing Power of Play
Turns out all work and no play DOES make you, your employees, and the whole company culture a dull and uninspiring place to work. As humans, we are social creatures that need a little fun to cope with the daily stressors that we face. At the end of the day, it’s all about ONE Thing– the company culture that you want to create, and more importantly, that people want to work in. The Professor of Play, Geoff McLocklan helps you put the fun back in the office, no matter the size or personality of your team.
The Secret Sauce to Motivating Your Team
To be an effective leader, few skills are more important to have than an ability to communicate with your employees and team members clearly and effectively. In fact, communication is the key to an engaged and inspired work culture. But what is important to communicate and how do you do it?
Our very own Jeff Conroy of Conroy Leadership Consulting, LLC has been there, done that, got the teeshirt with holes in it! He pulls the curtain back on what it took to get seven team members to imagine, engage and produce a live event for 1500 people and come out on the other end closely knit and ready to take on even bigger challenges.
No, he didn't pull a rabbit out of his hat but used finely tuned leadership skills that are available for every leader who wants to put in the time to learn them. And they're all laid out for you with no BS on this week's episode.
The Magic of Mindset
Your mindset can transform your life in unimaginable ways producing better health, increased happiness, and even deeper pockets. The way we conduct ourselves, react to people and situations can all depend on our mindset. Jeff Geier of Phoenix Coaching challenges our listeners to take a look at their mindset and describes the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset...why it's important that you know the difference and how to tell which one you have.
Can Lack of Trust Be Blowing Up Your Bottom Line?
Trust is powerful. It doesn’t just benefit your working relationships; it also has a concrete effect on how your business and your employees perform. Ignoring the importance of developing a mutually trusting relationship can be sourced as the cause for unnecessary misunderstandings, high turnover, and ultimately your bottom line. Don't miss this important conversation as we talk about ways to identify this cancer and root it out of our workplace culture.
Thoughtful and Fun
What a great podcast for leaders and followers. The ideas discussed apply across both work and home life. Keep up the great job bearded one.