Empathy In Communication with Tracey Madigan
29:40Tracey Madigan is Director of the 15 Minutes Group, a boutique firm solely focused on helping smart people communicate better. In this episode, Tracey shares three points on “empathy in communication” including: 1. Empathy when speaking 2. Empathy when listening 3. Team-wide empathy Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy.
The Art of Accepting Help with Noel McKenzie
24:55Noel McKenzie is the Executive Director of Represented Foundation: a non-profit dedicated to making it easier for Black and Brown entrepreneurs to get the tools they need to solve major issues in our society. In this episode, Noel shares three points on accepting better help including: 1. Better help gets you more done 2. Some of our reasons for not asking for help are in our head 3. Accepting better help creates equity for everybody Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy. // Links: Noel’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nmckenzie10888/ Represented Foundation Website: https://www.representedfoundation.org/ Tony’s LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/tonymcgaharan
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Having Better Conversations with Alice Burks
28:32Alice Burks is Global Head of Learning and Development at DICE. An experienced facilitator and coach, she has designed and delivered leadership development projects around the world. She is a psychotherapist-in-training, and in her spare time also a boxing coach. In this episode, she shares her three points on having better conversations including: 1. Purpose 2. Priming 3. Presence Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy. // Links: Alice’s LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/aliceburks Dice Website: https://dice.fm/ Tony’s LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/tonymcgaharan
Freedom From Self-Imposed Pressure with Ash Rama
27:06Ash Rama is VP of People at Mention Me. He’s also a Personal Coach and Hypnotherapist. In this episode, he shares his three points on managing self-imposed pressure including: 1. Understanding the race you’re running 2. Competing with yourself 3. Learning what ‘optimum’ means for you Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy. Connect with Tony on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonymcgaharan?originalSubdomain=uk Webpage: https://www.podcast.peopleplaybook.co/episodes/ash-rama
Confidence at Work with Jenny Wood
31:50Jenny Wood is a Google executive, Harvard Business writer, founder, mum, and pilot who has trained over 40,000 people through the Own Your Career Project. In this episode, she shares her three points on Confidence at Work, including: 1. Know your superpowers 2. Cut, cut, cut 3. Delete the octopus Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy.
The Squiggly Manager with Helen Tupper
32:28Helen Tupper is the co-founder of Amazing If: a company that along with her business partner Sarah Ellis, has inspired millions of people around the world through books, podcasts and TED Talks. Their mission is “making careers better for everyone.” In this episode, she shares her three points on being a Squiggly Manager including: 1. Ask more questions than you answer 2. Personalise people's progression 3. Empower others to squiggle & stay Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy.
Becoming an Effective Founder with Martin Gonzalez and Josh Yellin
37:39Martin Gonzalez and Josh Yellin are the researchers behind The Effective Founders Project: a Google For Start-Ups initiative that set out to discover the reasons why some start-ups succeed and others fail. In today’s episode, they share three surprising points on how to become an effective founder including: 1. Treat people like volunteers 2. Invite disagreement 3. Overcome discouragement Thanks so much for listening and we really hope you enjoy. https://podcast.peopleplaybook.co/episodes/the-effective-founder-project
Purposeful Diversity with Elijah Lawal
27:08Elijah Lawal is a British-Nigerian author and screenwriter based in San Francisco. His latest book The Clapback: Your Guide to Calling out Racist Stereotypes examines the evolution of negative beliefs about the black community, debunking them factually and scientifically. In this episode he shares his three points on Purposeful Diversity, including: 1. How diversity is multi-dimensional 2. Why diversity should be purposeful 3. The power of publicising aspirational goals Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy. https://www.podcast.peopleplaybook.co/episodes/elijah-lawal-purposeful-diversity
Overcoming Depression with Dr. Stephen Ilardi
29:25Dr. Stephen Ilardi is a clinical researcher, professor, podcaster, author and public speaker. In this episode he shares three points on overcoming depression including: 1. Using movement as medicine 2. Feeding your brain what it needs 3. Beating negative thought patterns Thanks so much for being here and we really hope you enjoy. // https://www.podcast.peopleplaybook.co/episodes/dr-stephen-ilardi-depression
Energizing Your Life with Simon Alexander Ong
31:21Simon Alexander Ong is a personal development entrepreneur, coach and public speaker. His debut book Energize was published by Penguin in April 2022 and received endorsements from the likes of Simon Sinek, Marie Forleo and Dr Marshall Goldsmith. In this episode he shares his three points on “Energizing Your Life” including: 1. Why we must stop treating our health as a side hustle. 2. The magnetic energy of a compelling vision, and 3. How to bend our reality by becoming our own placebo. We really hope you enjoy and thanks so much for listening. // https://www.podcast.peopleplaybook.co/episodes/simon-alexander-ong-energizing-your-life