The pandemic has changed our work world and has presented overwhelming challenges for leaders to be understanding, visionary, empathic and motivate a diverse workforce and stay focused themselves.More employers plan to add remote work options, too, with increased empathy for workers’ daily challenges. All told, major changes are here to stay, and employers think the future looks brighter. In fact, over one-fourth (27%) plan to hire at higher volumes than before the pandemic. So motivating yourself and the people you lead are critical for leaders. How do you do it? What do you focus on? Which competencies are most important to improve? We will share research on motivation that helps you and your direct report to be their best. Employees who feel their voice is heard at work are 4.6 times more likely to feel empowered to perform their best work (Salesforce). Go to www.eblifebook.com/academy for your free white paper template and more information.
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Encore Why Cope When You Can Heal? Introducing Surgical Empathy
54:01Too many people who have been deeply traumatized by COVID, violence, cancer, bankruptcy or divorce will tell you that they got past it, but they never got over it. They're not the same person as they were before. They feel more tentative, have their guard up, and don't step into anything new with two feet. They'll tell you that coping is better than not coping, but it's not the same as feeling fully alive, solid, and secure. What if there were a way to not just cope, but begin to heal from trauma to feel fully alive? In his new book, Why Cope When You Can Heal?, co-authored with Dr. Diana Hendel, our guest Dr. Mark Goulston introduces the world and now us to Surgical Empathy an approach he invented and expanded to people with PTSD that helps them to finally begin to heal.
Encore How do you transform Brilliant Jerks into Inspiring Leaders?
52:39Dr. Katrina Burrus, CEO/founder of Excellent Executive Coaching LLC, is known for “Fast-tracking leaders to the C-Suite and Beyond” and for “Transforming Brilliant Jerks into Inspiring Leaders.” Clients often comment that working with Katrina enlightens leaders to empower co-workers to walk the extra mile. She is a keynote speaker and published, “Managing Brilliant Jerks” and “Global Leadership” a body of work used by Nestle, Novartis, the World Health Organization, the International Labor Organization, the United Nations, and many more. She was most recently featured in Mexico, India, the U.S., Kazakhstan, and Russia. Dr. Burrus has 18 years of experience as the first Master Certified Coach and Founding Board Member from the (ICF) International Coaching Federation in Switzerland. You can find out more about her at www.excellentexecutivecoaching.com. You can find us at www.emotionalbrilliance.com.
Coaching the Leader's Brain
55:34Joseph O’Connor is an author, International Executive Coach, Coach Trainer, Founder of the Neuroscience Coaching Centre. His Key Focus is Helping coaches, executives, managers, and other professionals to be more successful in work and happier in life. Joseph is also the co-founder of the International Coaching Community (ICC), and one of the best known and respected coaches and coach trainers in the world. Joseph was a professional musician where it is clear that success is much more than just being good at what you do. You had to give your best at the right moment. Author of nineteen books in thirty languages on coaching, training, and neuroscience that have sold half a million copies worldwide. He follows his two great interests, giving coaching training and courses on creative nonfiction writing. Beyond his writing and coaching work, Joseph enjoys enlightening audiences with fascinating insights about how our brains actually work as opposed to how we hope they do. More info at: https://www.coachingthebrain.com
Encore Motivation to be Your Best
55:14The pandemic has changed our work world and has presented overwhelming challenges for leaders to be understanding, visionary, empathic and motivate a diverse workforce and stay focused themselves.More employers plan to add remote work options, too, with increased empathy for workers’ daily challenges. All told, major changes are here to stay, and employers think the future looks brighter. In fact, over one-fourth (27%) plan to hire at higher volumes than before the pandemic. So motivating yourself and the people you lead are critical for leaders. How do you do it? What do you focus on? Which competencies are most important to improve? We will share research on motivation that helps you and your direct report to be their best. Employees who feel their voice is heard at work are 4.6 times more likely to feel empowered to perform their best work (Salesforce). Go to www.eblifebook.com/academy for your free white paper template and more information.
Encore Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology
54:04Sue Langley is CEO and Founder of the Langley Group, and travels the globe engaging people from all walks of life. Her ability to energize teams for change, develop resilience and well-being in others, and to inspire leaders to be the best they can be, makes her one of the most sought-after speakers in her field. Sue has worked with thousands of business leaders, HR professionals, managers and consultants to help them learn how to harness the brain's potential, create positive workplace cultures and increase performance and productivity. Sue specializes in the practical applications of neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology, synthesizing the science and research into simple, practical tools that anyone can use.
Encore Leading with Gratitude - Chester Elton
53:02After surveying more than one million employees at a wide range of companies, New York Times bestselling authors Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton found that gratitude—when done right—is the easiest, fastest, cheapest way that managers can boost performance and employee engagement. Yet it’s also one of the most misunderstood and misapplied skills in business. Gostick and Elton solve the mystery of this “gratitude gap” in their new book LEADING WITH GRATITUDE: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results (March 3, 2020; HarperBusiness). Their research shows that very few bosses intentionally bully. The problem is usually misperception or lack of awareness. These leaders have no idea how hard their people work, what challenges they face, or how much they would benefit from sincere and explicit gratitude. They also don’t know how to show gratitude effectively or sincerely.
Encore Holiday Actions from Hijacks to More Happiness
55:11How do we handle a COVID Holiday? This holiday time is full of high expectations and we are often let down. Why do we become our worst selves during the holidays? There are four reasons why this happens and four actions to go from holiday hurts to happiness, which we will highlight. Today 42.6% of us in the US are feeling either anxiety or depression because of COVID consequences. Now with the holidays here our emotions are even more intense. Add in loneliness, sadness, boredom, isolation, irritability, and more alcohol and drug use into the emotional cocktail from 9 months living with COVID. It’s a recipe for feeling empty, unfulfilled, and more depressed and hijacked where we become our worst version of ourselves? As we are limping forward to a hopeful happy time; is easy to project our disappointment on others. So, what are Four Holidays actions from Hijacks to Happiness to best manage this time? Join Cathy and Relly to explore tools to be more brilliant.
Encore Coach the Person not the Problem
55:18Dr. Marcia Reynolds, Master Certified Coach helps coaches and leaders make every conversation a difference-making experience. She has provided coaching and training in 41 countries and is recognized by Global Gurus as one of the top 5 coaches in the world. Dr. Reynolds is the Training Director for the Healthcare Coaching Institute. She was the 5th global president of the International Coach Federation. She is also faculty for the International Coach Academy in Russia and Create China Coaching in China. She speaks at coaching conferences globally and teaches leaders in multi-national companies how to use coaching skills in their daily conversations. Prior to coaching, she ran training departments and directed organizational change programs for two global companies. Her programs helped one company launch the most successful IPO in the United States in 1993.
Encore Steps to be Emotionally Brilliant in 2021
55:40This show will explore how your hope, inspiration, acceptance, goals, and habits can help you navigate this uncertain future. How did you successfully get through 2020? Who are you grateful for? What are the key learnings for you? What steps do you need to take to be Emotionally Brilliant in 2021? How do you set realistic expectations for 2021 and sustain them? How do deal with your copious and intense emotions generated from the losses and uncertainties from the pandemic, divisive politics, and racial inequities? Being emotionally brilliant is pulling out of your bag of tricks the right response for you to get the right results for each particular situation. Drs. Greenberg and Nadler have helped thousands of leaders to be their best version of themselves. You can go to their website for free tools and resources to be more emotionally brilliant. www.eblifebook.com
Encore "Is Brain Drain Real?" with Dr. Zeina Ghossoub El-Aswad
53:24Given so many Covid calls, Zoom meetings, and screen watching, it's no wonder we are all suffering from brain fog. Zeina Ghossoub El-Aswad, Ph.D., will join us on today's show to talk about truly nourishing our bodies for the best brain before it's drained. Dr. Zeina Ghossoub El-Aswad, PhD in behavior and counseling, is a wellness and leadership coach and the president of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Chartered Chapter Lebanon. She is also a clinical dietitian and the founder and CEO of VieSaine, a wellness, leadership, and coaching center in Beirut, Lebanon. Zeina also practices Life, Wellness, and Leadership coaching in the U.S.A where she is a Partner and Chief Wellness Officer of her Coaching and Consulting company, Vital Signs Vital Skills (VSVS). As a professional certified coach, she has been coaching for over 16 years. Dr. Ghossoub El-Aswad has created a unique concept in wellness and health that targets individuals, families, corporations, and businesses on a personal and professional level. She has created a unique corporate Leadership Development Program, an integrated leadership, and wellness program that targets organizations and businesses throughout all levels of management and employees. She is the co-author of multiple best-selling books; she has lectured about coaching and wellness and dietetics throughout the Middle East and the continental USA. She has been and continues to be a pioneer in her respective fields where she develops research and applies up-to-date protocols and approaches. Her work has recently earned her the Middle East Woman Leader’s Award from the World Women Leadership.