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This podcast is for new and experienced leaders who are either leading others for the first time or going from leading a single team to leading other leaders. And in general, this is a podcast for any leader on the look for ways to quickly refine his or her leadership skills and grow professionally - and who needs to do it fast. Each episode is between 5-10 minutes, focuses on one precise topic, like “how to gain your team’s trust” for example, and takes a practical, hands-on perspective, all based on research and practice. You will finish each episode with a clear idea on how to develop a specific area of leadership, and a couple of quick and applicable tips and tricks to get going right off the bat. Talk soon!

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This podcast is for new and experienced leaders who are either leading others for the first time or going from leading a single team to leading other leaders. And in general, this is a podcast for any leader on the look for ways to quickly refine his or her leadership skills and grow professionally - and who needs to do it fast. Each episode is between 5-10 minutes, focuses on one precise topic, like “how to gain your team’s trust” for example, and takes a practical, hands-on perspective, all based on research and practice. You will finish each episode with a clear idea on how to develop a specific area of leadership, and a couple of quick and applicable tips and tricks to get going right off the bat. Talk soon!

    Feedback is a form of control

    Feedback is a form of control

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    • 4 min
    Leadership Masterclass with Rakesh Kasturi

    Leadership Masterclass with Rakesh Kasturi

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    • 31 min
    What motivates YOU?

    What motivates YOU?

     What motivates you to do your job? 
    seeing your team grow?seeing yourself develop professionally?money and fame? 
    whatever it is, take a moment to reflect on it.
     
    And I’m not saying it “just because” - there is a real reason behind it.
     
    This one, to be clear.
     
    What do you think?
     


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    • 2 min
    Brief PSA: remember to connect

    Brief PSA: remember to connect

    IF remote communication is always formal 
    and IF your job as a leader is to build a solid relationship and rapport with your team, 
    THEN you need to figure out a way to make informal chats, healthy banter, friendly exchanges a part of your week. 
    This is how you could go about it (and not miss out on an opportunity). 
    What do you think? 


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    • 4 min
    Do these two things together (if you want a better performance)

    Do these two things together (if you want a better performance)

    To motivate your team on a regular basis you need a few elements. 
    More important than that, you need to apply them in a certain way. 
    You can work on gaining their trust, on allowing more control over their work and on making them feel competent… but it’s not enough. 
    It’s not just about what you do. 
    It’s also about working on two areas in parallel. 
    Here is what I mean. 
    (if you actually want to drive your team’s performance, that is…) 
    Thoughts? 


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    • 3 min
    You need a competent team (and they need to feel it as well)

    You need a competent team (and they need to feel it as well)

     To feel motivated at work, people need three things: 
    a manager they trusta sense of control on their worka feeling of being competent
    And on this last one… how can you make someone feel competent about their job every time 

    Better said… how can you make them still feel motivated when they’ve done a bad job?
      
    2 ways: these.
     

     


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    • 4 min

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