100 episodes

What would you do if you knew achieving success was as simple as changing your mindset? In The MINDset Game™ podcast, Vered Kogan explores common obstacles that may be preventing you from achieving true transformation and explains how you can master the power of your mind to overcome these obstacles. As a professional coach and mindset expert, Vered has coached hundreds of entrepreneurs and business professionals to help them clarify what they truly desire, shift limiting beliefs, build their resilience capacity, and adapt more effectively to changes in their organizations and lives. In The MINDset Game™, Vered shares evidence-backed insights, practical tools, and inspiration from some of the world’s leading thinkers to help you master your MINDset and transform your life.

The MINDset Game® Podcast Vered Kogan

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 59 Ratings

What would you do if you knew achieving success was as simple as changing your mindset? In The MINDset Game™ podcast, Vered Kogan explores common obstacles that may be preventing you from achieving true transformation and explains how you can master the power of your mind to overcome these obstacles. As a professional coach and mindset expert, Vered has coached hundreds of entrepreneurs and business professionals to help them clarify what they truly desire, shift limiting beliefs, build their resilience capacity, and adapt more effectively to changes in their organizations and lives. In The MINDset Game™, Vered shares evidence-backed insights, practical tools, and inspiration from some of the world’s leading thinkers to help you master your MINDset and transform your life.

    106 How to Successfully Navigate Disruption: Interview with Charlene Li

    106 How to Successfully Navigate Disruption: Interview with Charlene Li

    With change constantly happening in the world around us, it’s crucial for organizations to have structures and systems in place that will allow them to navigate disruptions with agility. While changing circumstances can create formidable obstacles for some organizations, Charlene Li – our guest in Episode 106 of The MINDSet Game® podcast – has always been curious about those that can seemingly move from disruption to disruption without skipping a beat.
    As Chief Research Officer at PA Consulting, an end-to-end innovation consultancy, Charlene has studied organizations across numerous industries to identify the characteristics that make leaders, teams, and the organization as a whole better equipped to handle change. In this episode, Charlene outlines the three key things that organizations need in order to seamlessly move from disruption to disruption: an ability to focus on the needs of future customers, leaders who can create a movement and momentum to carry the organization into the future, and a culture that’s capable of dealing with flux. Within this framework, she shares specific insights, including:
    3 questions that everyone in an organization – from senior leadership to frontline workers – should be able to answer regarding how the organization will serve future customers How leaders can attract followers to the movement they are seeking to create, even when dealing with individuals whose values may not align with that movement Signs that indicate that a movement towards change is successfully underway The consequences for organizations that resist creating a “flux culture” designed to help them navigate disruption  To learn more about Charlene, visit her website at https://www.charleneli.com. She also invites listeners to connect with her on LinkedIn and share their own journeys with navigating change within organizations. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com. 

    • 43 min
    105 Navigating Paradoxical Tensions: Interview with Kelly Lewis

    105 Navigating Paradoxical Tensions: Interview with Kelly Lewis

    When thinking about your personal preferences and habits at work, do you tend to favor structure, or flexibility? Centralization or decentralization? When leading others, do you strive to challenge your team, or support them? 
    While these examples may seem to be contradictions, they are some of the most common instances of polarities in organizations. Kelly Lewis, an executive coach, leadership consultant, and author of the book Navigating Polarities: Using Both/And Thinking to Lead Transformation, has been using polarities as a lens in her coaching and client work for several decades. In Episode 105 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, Kelly discusses the following:
    The definition of polarities, or situations where there are two interdependent states that need each other in order to be successful How supplementing “either/or” thinking with a “both/and” mindset can improve communication, relationships, and ultimately, results Various sensemaking tools to help individuals and teams navigate polarities while minimizing conflict  The role of both the heart and the mind—including qualities such as compassion and curiosity—in softening the extreme edges of polarities and beginning to see each pole as part of an interdependent pair  In addition to her work as an executive coach, Kelly is the co-founder of Andiron, a leadership development consultancy committed to providing the space and tools for transformation. To learn more, visit https://andiron.com, where you will find sections on navigating polarities and the Key Polarity Indicator™ tool. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.

    • 36 min
    104 Creating a Quantum Organization: Interview with Ralph Kilmann

    104 Creating a Quantum Organization: Interview with Ralph Kilmann

    Many organizations routinely launch campaigns intended to spark a change of culture among their workforces—yet often, any practical changes are short-lived, failing to bring about true transformation in employee behavior or the ways in which complex problems are approached. According to Ralph Kilmann, our guest in Episode 104 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, the reason why change initiatives do not succeed in the long term can be traced to a cultural norm that prevents employees from bringing their full selves—including their collected traumas—into the workplace. 
    As an internationally recognized authority on systems change with an expertise in conflict management, change management, expanding consciousness and quantum transformation, Dr. Kilmann has written over 20 books and has developed several assessment tools that have been used by high-profile organizations in both the public and private sectors. In this episode, he discusses the following:
    The concept of expanded consciousness—or moving from an egocentric worldview through different levels to one that is spirit-centric—and how expanding consciousness can benefit organizations Why commitment from senior leaders is integral for bringing about organizational change Different assessment tools that organizations can use to navigate change and conflict management, including the Thomas-Kilmann Instrument (TKI), the Organizational Belief Survey, and the Organizational Courage Assessment A sequence of eight tracks that can lead to lasting change and long-term organizational success Four foundational inner conflicts that everyone—and particularly senior leaders—need to resolve in order to effectively approach external conflicts  To learn more about Dr. Kilmann and access his wealth of assessments, courses, books and more, visit https://kilmanndiagnostics.com. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com. 
     

    • 48 min
    103 The Power of Emotions: Interview with Karla McLaren

    103 The Power of Emotions: Interview with Karla McLaren

    Some of us are natural-born empaths - those with an exceptional gift for feeling and understanding the emotions, circumstances, and needs of others. But empathy, according to this week's podcast guest Karla McLaren, is a universal human skill that we can all learn to awaken and use wisely. 
    In today’s episode, we take a deep dive into emotional intelligence and talk about the definition of empathy, why empathy is important for emotional intelligence, ways to shift or embrace your emotions, and why there are no negative and positive emotions. We also discuss emotions in the workplace, what organizations can do to create a safe place for emotions, why emotions change with hierarchy, the basic things companies can do to embrace emotions, and much more!
    Karla McLaren is an award-winning author, social science researcher, workplace consultant, and empathy pioneer. Her lifelong work focuses on her grand unified theory of emotions, which revalues even the most “negative” emotions and opens startling new pathways into self-awareness, effective communication, and healthy empathy. She is the founder and CEO of Emotion Dynamics LLC and the developer of the Empathy Academy online learning site. She is also the author of several books on this subject, such as The Power of Emotions at Work.
    To connect with Karla and learn more about her work, visit www.EmotionDynamics.org or www.EmpathyAcademy.org
    Tune in to learn the power of your emotions with expert and author Karla McLaren!

    • 46 min
    102 How to Create High Performance Teams: Interview with Adria Trowhill

    102 How to Create High Performance Teams: Interview with Adria Trowhill

    In these changing times, strong and healthy teams are essential for an organization to deliver high performance results. Our guest, Adria Trowhill, created the Living Systems Approach™ to coaching which consists of innovative tools and processes to create high performance teams. You will learn how to increase your team's performance capacity while gently pushing boundaries, resulting in the development of new skills in individuals that are truly transformational.
    Adria is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) and multi-award-winning professional, receiving the PRISM Award, Canadian Coach of the Year, and The Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Coach Federation (ICF). She is an expert in leadership and leadership team coaching and has been working with leaders and teams since 1994.
    In our conversation, we discuss the importance of flexibility and presence, and how to create momentum to raise the team's overall performance capacity. You will learn many tips and tools to move beyond a "Band-Aid" solution to creating lasting change and a vibrant workplace.  
    To connect with Adria and learn more about the Living Systems Approach™ to coaching, visit https://www.adriatrowhill.com/ or email her directly at adria@adriatrowhill.com.

    • 44 min
    101 Master Your Mindpower: Interview with Stéphane and Shalee Schafeitel

    101 Master Your Mindpower: Interview with Stéphane and Shalee Schafeitel

    Hardships are inevitable on the journey of life. It’s how you deal with them that matters. In today’s episode, our guests are Stéphane and Shalee Schafeitel (also known as Stéph & Shay), #1 International Bestselling Authors of the Book: Master Your Mindpower, which is a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Barnes & Noble and Amazon bestseller. They are world-renown celebrity coaches and they help business leaders and high performers to increase their mental toughness and emotional resilience.
    During this conversation, Stéph & Shay candidly share their personal backstories and how their experiences motivated them to pursue career paths dedicated to helping others achieve their full potential. Stéph & Shay’s coaching philosophy is underpinned by a focus on the “three P’s” (purpose, passion, and principles) and a belief that our pasts are what we make of them.
    Tune in to hear how you can learn to let go of your “running parachutes,” turn your greatest trauma into your greatest strength, and discover your purpose - it’s inside you, you just have to know where to look!
    Stéph & Shay are offering to buy you a copy of their book, Master Your Mindpower, in honor of the book's 2-year anniversary. If you text the word "BOOK" to 801-618-2655, you will receive a link to order it and all you pay is the cost of shipping. 
    To learn more about Stéph & Shay, email Hello@StephAndShay.com or visit https://stephandshay.com. 
    You may also follow them on social media at: 
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephandshay
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StephAndShayBeResilient
     

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Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

Smile, Enjoy Life ,

Worth every minute of your time!

The Mindset Game podcast is worth every minute of your time! Vered and her guests always give clear actionable steps. I love how Vered will ask her guests “now, for those you are listening and feeling (insert feeling her) what would you tell them to do?” It’s that question there that you walk away with something to implement immediately.

I find personal growth and development takes time and action. The Mindset Game podcasts offers many tools to find your path through life, your mindset, and guides you to the next life chapter or helps you through any situation you are in.

I have recommended this Podcast to many of my friends and colleagues. Take a listen, you will not be disappointed!

Thank you Vered and guests for adding such value!

Tammy N.

//EmmaJ// ,

I’ve only just begun…but can’t stop!

I was referred to the podcast and started at the beginning (of course!) even though some of the episode titles grabbed my interest while scrolling through. So far, Vered’s episodes have been short enough to fit conveniently into my day, rich enough to keep me tuned in, and practical enough to help me actually make use of what she shares. If you’re looking for short sound bites that give you an insight and a practical take away, I recommend a listen!

Yoram Solomon ,

Great podcast!

The topic is very important for your professional and personal growth and success. It’s all in the power of your mindset. Great guests that help the podcast convey its message!

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