There are 5 psychological barriers that keep us in the comfort zone. Knowing what those are will help you overcome them. And that's your leverage point.
Music credits: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
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How do be a career visionary with Judy Garfinkel
30:26Career success is accelerated when we, as individuals, are in alignment with the work we do: it gives us purpose, plays to our strengths, is enjoyable and more. When we find ourselves “suited” to our work, it becomes easier to do, excel and be rewarded. And when we know what alignment looks like, we can plan our career, to get more of what we want. But finding alignment, and planning for success, isn’t a given. And that’s where this podcast comes in. Judy Garfinkel, an executive coach and President of ICF Connecticut Chapter, sits with Angela and Sergey, to discuss what she has learnt in her career about how to seek alignment and plan for success. ----- Music credits: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
Why Am I Not Developing? Part 2: Take a Look Around
11:34In the previous episode, you learned about the inner reasons why people don't develop. Those were all the psychological barriers that keep us in the comfort zone. This episode is about the external factors that will either speed up or slow down your personal growth. Listen in to find out how aligning yourself to the job, to people around you, and to the organizational culture is a leverage point to unlock your development. ----- Music credits: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
Why Am I Not Developing? Part 1: Take a Look at Yourself
11:41There are 5 psychological barriers that keep us in the comfort zone. Knowing what those are will help you overcome them. And that's your leverage point. ----- Music credits: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
Playing The Long Game
13:01The most complex and saddening involves employees when they feel they have to choose between their career and other important, personal considerations. But it's rarely "now or never." Most often, it's "now or later." Tune in to learn how to know the difference. Click here to access the tool referenced in this episode. ----- Music credits: Funk Game Loop by Kevin MacLeod
Rebel Talent with Francesca Gino
31:12Who is a rebel talent and can it help your career? It turns out that breaking rules and pushing boundaries can help you stand out and thrive at work - it can be your leverage point. Francesca Gino from Harvard shares with us her research on self-leadership, curiosity, authenticity, and much more in this rebellious episode. More about Francesca: https://francescagino.com/ The Rebel Talent book The Rebel Test: https://www.rebeltalents.org/the-rebel-test ----- Music credits: Funk Game Loop by Kevin MacLeod
“I Can’t Find the Words” with Joy Van Skiver
41:50Giving feedback does not have to be hard. You just need to find the right words. Joy van Skiver, an executive coach, shares her time-proven methods of using specific formulas to deliver effectively even most challenging feedback. ----- Music credits: Funk Game Loop by Kevin MacLeod
Faking It with Marc Effron
29:11Be your true self or fake it till you make it? The abundance of career advice is only rivalled by its degree of contradiction. But what does science and research say on the topic of authenticity at work. To figure it out, we asked the guru in the field of human performance - Marc Effron. So, should you fake it? More about Marc and his team: https://talentstrategygroup.com/about/ Marc's award-winning books: One-Page Talent Management 8 Steps to High Performance ----- Music credits: Funk Game Loop by Kevin MacLeod
How do I engage with a job I hate but can't leave?
25:22You can’t always be in the job you love … so how do you love the job you're in? There are a lot of reasons why it may make sense to stay in a role. But doing something you don’t like 8 hours a day, forty hours a week … can be soul destroying. This podcast explores who you can turn the experience into something worthwhile, even if it isn’t something ideal. Resources: Check out the model of job optimizers (autonomy, variety and learning) at https://www.theedgeyouneed.com/tools ----- Music credits: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
Which manager to choose?
22:17Do you get to choose your manager? Not always. And not really. But if you did have a choice, which is best? Male or female? Strict or lenient? Ambitious or settled? In this episode, we are talking about bosses: the good, the bad, and the best. Referenced in this episode: Wayne, S. J., Liden, R. C., Kraimer, M. L., & Graf, I. K. (1999). The role of human capital, motivation and supervisor sponsorship in predicting career success. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 20(5), 577–595. Gardner, T. M., Munyon, T. P., Hom, P. W., & Griffeth, R. W. (2018). When Territoriality Meets Agency: An Examination of Employee Guarding as a Territorial Strategy. Journal of Management, 44(7), 2580–2610. ----- Music credits: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
How long should you stay in a job?
24:19We learn by doing; building a wide range of skills and capabilities is accelerated when we do a lot of different things, and in different environments. So, the more job roles the better, right? Yes … but. This episode explores the benefits of moving roles, learning news skills, increasing your experience base, and growing your network … without the negative effects of moving too fast and missing experiences, or gaining a reputation as someone that “can’t see it through”. ----- Music credits: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes