If you’re ready to take charge of your career and want to become a confident and competent leader people love to work with, then join leadership expert Ramona Shaw. Each week, Ramona shares inspiring new perspectives and practical tips you can use today to step into your power, lead a thriving team, and accelerate your career.
Dealing With Failure
If you're navigating a challenging situation right now, maybe because you feel like you failed a team member or your boss, or you missed out on an opportunity, or got rejected, or simply because you're dealing with a lot of headwind, then this episode is for YOU!
Uncovering Blindspots & The Johari Window
The Johari window is a useful tool for improving your self-awareness and, through it, your ability to work with others. It helps you understand the differences between how you see yourselves and how others see you.
How The Myers-Briggs Assessment Can Help You Lead
I share how this tool allows leaders to recognize the differences between themselves and others, how to leverage the diversity on the team, and how to make adjustments in their approach to have better communication, less conflict, and a healthier work dynamic on their team.
What Causes Imposter Syndrome?
In this episode, you'll find out where Imposter Syndrome comes from and what causes it.
Want to be Liked or Respected? Why it's the Wrong Question to Ask
In this episode, we explore why effective leaders people love to work for are both liked and respected.
How to Be More Focused and Get Less Distracted
We'll talk about the impact of distractions and interruptions at work, why our brains are wired to allow distractions, and I'll share my 3 key tips to help you stay more focused no matter what's going on around you.
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Ramona is tremendously helpful and her podcasts are great. She breaks down each concept in small, actionable steps that are easy to follow and implement! I recommend it for all new managers!
Solid new Podcast
Solid work for a new Podcast. I can tell it’s real effort and attention Ramona’s bringing to her the lessons, perspectives and ideas. Cheers