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The mission of Optimal Instinct with Trish, a podcast, is to provide its listeners with proven insight from professionals that want to build organizations where both team and client relationships thrive. Trish Tagle's life work has been to humanize the corporate environment while ensuring that client/team benefit.

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The mission of Optimal Instinct with Trish, a podcast, is to provide its listeners with proven insight from professionals that want to build organizations where both team and client relationships thrive. Trish Tagle's life work has been to humanize the corporate environment while ensuring that client/team benefit.

    Emotional Courage Means More than Speaking Up with Peter Bregman

    Emotional Courage Means More than Speaking Up with Peter Bregman

    Peter Bregman is a sought-after speaker and thought leader in the areas of leadership development, organizational change, productivity, and emotional courage.
    He is the host of the Bregman Leadership Podcast, which offers insightful conversations with industry thought leaders on how to become more powerful, courageous leaders.
    He is also a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, and his articles and commentary appear frequently in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Fast Company, Psychology Today, Forbes, The Financial Times, PBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, and FOX Business News.
    In this episode, Peter brings his expertise and insights into leadership, what causes difficult conversations, how to resolve such scenarios and the importance of developing effective conversational skills necessary in building quality organizational relationships.
     
    Why you have to check out today’s podcast:
     
    Learn what prevents us from moving forward and how to go past this obstacle Discover how to have an effective conversation as a leader Know that one mistake we need to avoid in order to have quality relationships


    “What prevents us from moving forward is very often not at all the things that we try to solve for.” 
    - Peter Bregman
     
     
    Valuable Free Resource from Peter Bregman
    Register to his upcoming event: The Emotional Courage Project Bringing Emotional Courage to All Your Relationships: Bringing Emotional Courage to All Your Relationships, where he works with partners and individuals on how to be emotional courageous in all your relationships, whether they are in the business realms or the personal ones, happening March 22–27, 2020
     
     
    Key Takeaways:
    If we are willing to feel everything, we can do anything.  Consider why you are not having hard conversations. It usually has something to do with what you don't want to feel (anger, disconnection, embarrassment, passive/aggressiveness, etc.). Hard conversations mean listening 80% of the time, not talking the whole time. Take a moment to think about the questions: What do you long for and how are you getting in the way of achieving that? What might you have to risk in order to pursue it?   
    Connect With Peter Bregman:
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peterbregman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeterBregmanAdvisor  Twitter: https://twitter.com/peterbregman  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/peterbregman18  
    Connect With Trish Tagle:
    TrishTagle.com: https://trishtagle.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrishTagleLeadership LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciatagle  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamtrishtagle/  Book: Everyone Knows You Suck: Bad Boss Stories. A Succinct Guide by Trish Tagle  
     

    • 12 min
    Use Accountability to Gain Respect with Liz Wiltsie

    Use Accountability to Gain Respect with Liz Wiltsie

    Liz Wiltsie is a professional business consultant and coach with diverse industry experience, ranging from documentary filmmaking, small business technology, and education administration.
    She has been mentoring and coaching Millennials and Gen Z for 13 years and brings a unique perspective because of her time in business, tech, and education. Her super-power is breaking complex topics down into actionable insight. 
    In this episode, Liz shares her management style that earns the utmost respect from colleagues and team even amidst you, showing your human side. She will give us tips on what to take note of when you are on the leadership position. And not to be missed are her insights on mistakes most people in leadership position commit and at the same time, what needs to be avoided when you are at the top hierarchical end of the organization.
     
    Why you have to check out today’s podcast:
     
    Discover how to avoid the pitfalls of the Peter Principle Know how to gain respect from your subordinates but still be human As a leader, learn how to hold someone accountable without being threatening


    “Once you get into a leadership position, there's often hesitation to be accountable for anything as people move up in the ranks of leadership that feel like there are higher and higher stakes.” 
    - Liz Wiltsie
     
     
    Valuable Free Resource from Liz:
    Free Cheatsheet: 4 Keys to Modelling Accountability Especially for Millennial and GenZ:  https://offers.sentendremethod.com/tagle/
     
     
    Key Takeaways:
    You spend, on average, 90,000 hours at work in your lifetime; if you don't enjoy your work environment, it affects everything else. Three areas that Liz focuses on respect without fear, motivating without manipulation, building morale without false praise. When you make a mistake, own it fast and publicly, the bigger your title, the more public you need to own it. Owning it doesn't mean belaboring it but just admitting it and providing or working on the solution.  Never think that someone doesn't have a valid opinion.   
    Connect With Liz Wiltsie:
     
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wiltsie  Twitter: https://twitter.com/wiltsie  Sentendremethod.com :http://sentendremethod.com/ www.leadsthepodcast.com : http://www.leadsthepodcast.com 


    Connect With Trish Tagle:
    TrishTagle.com: https://trishtagle.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrishTagleLeadership/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciatagle  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamtrishtagle/  Book: Everyone Knows You Suck: Bad Boss Stories. A Succinct Guide by Trish Tagle

    • 14 min
    Dig Deeper than Passion and Get to Purpose with Dov Baron

    Dig Deeper than Passion and Get to Purpose with Dov Baron

    Dov Baron is a headline speaker for a global conference on leadership, influence, business, and embracing purpose-driven authentic leadership.
    He is the man with the pulse on the evolving world of NextGen leadership. He is a master storyteller and one of Inc Magazine’s top 100 leadership speakers to hire.
    In this episode, Dov dives into how to lead to living deeply meaningful with heart, soul, and mind aligned. He will also share with us honest truths about passion and purpose from which the whole idea of leadership can be gleaned.  
     
    Why you have to check out today’s podcast:
     
    Learn why it is important for a leader to Utilise emotional intelligence in the workplace Difference between passion and purpose and how do they relate Tips to make the best leaders and why connecting to purpose makes us better leaders 


    “As great leaders, you're not supposed to create followers. You're supposed to create leaders."
    - Dov Baron
     
    Valuable Free Resource from Dov:
    Get A Free Copy of Authentic Leadership in Action: https://www.getdrip.com/forms/95588333/submissions/new
     
     
    Key Takeaways:
    "A purpose always has a deep emotional connection. It's what gets you out of bed in the morning or when it's a crap day and you'd rather pull the quilt over your head." - Dov Baron 
     
    "Clearly passion is transitory. Passion changes. If you are an entrepreneur, then there's probably a good chance the things you are passionate about 10 years ago, even in business, are not the same thing as you have today." - Dov Baron
     
    "Your passion is the vehicle that transports your purpose. The vehicle will run out of fuel at some point in time and your purpose will need another vehicle." - Dov Baron
     
    "Purpose is the connection, the deep key, psychologically, to fulfillment because it creates a legacy and your purpose is always bigger than you and it should outlive you. Your passion won't." - Dov Baron
     
    "As great leaders, you're not supposed to create followers. You're supposed to create leaders." - Dov Baron
     
    Connect With Dov Baron:
    E:dov@dovbaron.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/dovbaron dovbaron.com:https://fullmontyleadership.com/
    Book: Fiercely Loyal by Dov Baron Book: Authentic Leadership: How Authenticity Will Improve Loyalty and Revenue By Dov Baron Podcast: Leadership and Loyalty Show  
    Connect With Trish Tagle:
    TrishTagle.com: https://trishtagle.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrishTagleLeadership LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciatagle  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamtrishtagle/  Book: Everyone Knows You Suck: Bad Boss Stories. A Succinct Guide by Trish Tagle

    • 22 min
    Welcome to Optimal Instinct with Trish

    Welcome to Optimal Instinct with Trish

    Hi all, you’re listening to Optimal Instinct with Trish and I am Trish Tagle.
    Here we will have content that supports client retention, efficient workflow, and leadership skills.
    If you search on any of these keywords, you will find they will come up with a ton of lists that have common sense approaches. And who doesn’t love common sense?
    But there are nuts and bolts beyond this that can be addressed that will make you infinitely more effective.
    On the twice-monthly podcast, we will be talking about issues that businesses like yours face and the particular approach the expert uses to solve for these situations.
    You not only get to listen to solutions but may be directed to available tools that will support you while you work through your organization’s stuff.
    With Optimal Instinct with Trish, we hope that our experts will bring a greater understanding to the wise and House of client retention, and inspiring leadership.
    They may provide insight into other avenues that you may want to explore to make sure that your team is up to snuff when it comes to leading your business to success.
    Having said that, I’m looking forward to having you join me and our guests as we meet our mission to humanize corporate.
    This is Optimal Instinct with Trish  and I am Trish Tagle. Talk soon.
    Connect with Trish Tagle
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