In today's episode you'll meet Adam Hesch, a Navy veteran who has worked in startups and global companies. Adam has great insights and stories to share about leadership, people management, and how to effectively create a sense of team connection. You'll learn about the power of ritual and how structure can enhance creativity. Plus, the value of being intentionally invisible so others can shine. I know you'll come away with ideas that can help you at work!
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49. How and Why to Celebrate
15:56In this episode I talk you through a process for end-of-year reflection and celebration. And, we'll cover why it's so valuable to celebrate. Hint: your brain has a bias for negativity. When you intentionally celebrate, it trains your attention to notice and learn from positive experiences. It also strengthens your sense of agency. Studies also show that celebrating is good for mental health and well-being, and who doesn't need more of that? To learn more about coaching with Kim, visit: https://kimnicol.com/coaching/
48. Small Change, Big Change
12:51Tips for what to do when you feel overwhelmed. And remembering that anytime you think about a big change you want to make, you'll meet resistance and doubt. Let's talk about why, and how to approach it instead. https://kimnicol.com/coaching/
47. Self-Sabotage as a Misguided Desire for Safety
20:07Your brain wants certainty, because it feels like safety. If you find that you're in a pattern of holding yourself back, it can help to think of it as a desire for safety rather than "self-sabotage." When you're aware of the underlying reasoning, you can start working *with* yourself rather than against yourself. Let's talk about it more in this episode.
46. Leadership Like a DJ
24:37Changes in leadership can be difficult. I'm sharing my favorite metaphor for this situation, and the questions that can help you think strategically when you need to communicate about the change.
45. Keys to Effective Manager Development
44:37In this episode I share the talk I gave at ICF Converge 2021. You'll learn more about how I think about manager development from a holistic perspective, and will come away with insights you can apply in your own work life. You'll also hear three powerful questions to ask yourself, your team, or your manager.
44. Willing to Be Wrong vs Needing to Be Right
10:38Making decisions is a skill, and an important part of being an effective manager. Your mindset will influence how you make decisions, and how you show up at work. Most of us learn that it's important to be right -- but that can come with adverse outcomes that you might not even realize. What happens if you're willing to be wrong? Let's talk about it.
43. The Illusion of Speed
16:01Is your work culture fast-paced? Or is it actually reactive, frenetic, and anxious? Let's talk about the difference, and what you can do.
42. Beginner's Mind with Adam Hesch
41:51In today's episode you'll meet Adam Hesch, a Navy veteran who has worked in startups and global companies. Adam has great insights and stories to share about leadership, people management, and how to effectively create a sense of team connection. You'll learn about the power of ritual and how structure can enhance creativity. Plus, the value of being intentionally invisible so others can shine. I know you'll come away with ideas that can help you at work!
41. PTRs and Making Decisions
25:04How do you make decisions? In this episode I share a simple framework that can help you think about how you're making decisions -- and can also be a good way to understand the basis for how other's think about making decisions. You'll find ideas you can use at work, and also in your career and life. The resource mentioned is: The Management Center. Visit them at managementcenter.org to learn more about PTRs.
40. Managing Relationships with Ross Swalve
24:06What, specifically, can you do as a manager to create great relationships at work? In this episode I talk with Ross Swalve about manager lessons learned over more than a decade in the construction industry. He has great insights and perspectives that I know will help you, so get ready to take some notes!