Get Your Result With Dave Crenshaw: Productivity And Leadership

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Synopsis

Author and speaker Dave Crenshaw shares powerful insights to help you get the result you want in your career, life, or organization. Dave Crenshaw is the master of building productive leaders. He has appeared in Time magazine, USA Today, FastCompany, and the BBC News. His courses on LinkedIn Learning, including Time Management Fundamentals, have over 10 million views and counting. His books on productivity and leadership have been published in six languages. As an author, speaker, and coach, Dave has transformed hundreds of thousands of business leaders worldwide. DaveCrenshaw.com

Episodes

  • How to handle difficult conversations by leading with empathy

    How to handle difficult conversations by leading with empathy

    26/01/2021 Duration: 01min

    Stressed over a conversation you KNOW is going to be difficult? Maybe it’s with a person you’ve always butted heads with, no matter what you say or do? If that sounds familiar, you’re not alone. My fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor, Kwame Christian Esq., M.A., is an expert in having difficult conversations in a productive way. I reached out … Continue reading "How to handle difficult conversations by leading with empathy" The post How to handle difficult conversations by leading with empathy appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why cultivating awareness for different needs boosts productivity

    Why cultivating awareness for different needs boosts productivity

    12/01/2021 Duration: 01min

    “How can I increase my team’s productivity when they’re working from home?” The adjustment of working remotely isn’t just a pain an employee experiences. Managers are feeling frustrated by the change in the environment, too. Often the misconception is that working from home means a lower level of productivity when it’s usually the opposite. Sometimes, … Continue reading "Why cultivating awareness for different needs boosts productivity" The post Why cultivating awareness for different needs boosts productivity appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why finding your work sanctuary at home boosts productivity

    Why finding your work sanctuary at home boosts productivity

    15/12/2020 Duration: 01min

    “I’m struggling to stay focused while working from home…help!” Working remotely comes with some interesting obstacles that can stand in the way of your productivity. Piles of laundry calling your name. A sink full of dishes begging for attention. Your child asking for a snack—for the millionth time this hour. A beloved pet pleading to … Continue reading "Why finding your work sanctuary at home boosts productivity" The post Why finding your work sanctuary at home boosts productivity appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How to productively communicate in a virtual platform across cultures

    How to productively communicate in a virtual platform across cultures

    10/12/2020 Duration: 02min

    “That didn’t come across the way I intended it to…can we start over?” It’s tough to communicate productively when speaking with someone from another culture. Doing it virtually? It can feel like dancing through a minefield of misinterpretations!   I reached out to my fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor, Tatiana Kolovou, for more guidance on this … Continue reading "How to productively communicate in a virtual platform across cultures" The post How to productively communicate in a virtual platform across cultures appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why you should shift to a culture of when to avoid switches

    Why you should shift to a culture of when to avoid switches

    03/12/2020 Duration: 02min

    Switches happen. That’s right, I admit it’s not possible to eliminate ALL of the switchtasking in your day. However, I CAN teach you ways to reduce them to a minimal amount, which will boost your productivity significantly. Here’s one of my favorite “switchbusters”—a tip to avoid switchtasking: Transition from the culture of “Now” to the … Continue reading "Why you should shift to a culture of when to avoid switches" The post Why you should shift to a culture of when to avoid switches appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why the holiday multitasking habit is not productive or healthy

    Why the holiday multitasking habit is not productive or healthy

    25/11/2020 Duration: 03min

    Don’t fall into the holiday multitasking trap! Let’s clarify one thing: multitasking doesn’t exist. As I explain during my interview on WUSA9, what you’re really doing is switchtasking. You’re bouncing from one active task to another, which comes with a hefty price tag: lower quality of work, longer time to complete each task, and a … Continue reading "Why the holiday multitasking habit is not productive or healthy" The post Why the holiday multitasking habit is not productive or healthy appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How to develop your personal brand story with Chelsea Krost

    How to develop your personal brand story with Chelsea Krost

    24/11/2020 Duration: 01min

    Do you have a “personal brand” yet? You’ve probably heard that you need one. Yet, if you’re like most people, you have no idea where to start. I have a fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor, Chelsea Krost, to shed some light on the subject. After all, she’s the expert! Chelsea recommends using a formula she calls the “Three … Continue reading "How to develop your personal brand story with Chelsea Krost" The post How to develop your personal brand story with Chelsea Krost appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How to make difficult conversations more approachable and productive

    How to make difficult conversations more approachable and productive

    19/11/2020 Duration: 01min

    Do you hate having difficult conversations? There have been a number of “hot button” topics lately that often create unnecessary tension and walls between people. While we do need to have these difficult conversations, we need to focus on making them productive, rather than destructive. My fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor and director of the American Negotiation Institute, Kwame Christian, … Continue reading "How to make difficult conversations more approachable and productive" The post How to make difficult conversations more approachable and productive appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why names and numbers attract more traffic to your LinkedIn profile

    Why names and numbers attract more traffic to your LinkedIn profile

    17/11/2020 Duration: 01min

    “How can I make my LinkedIn profile stand out?” Your LinkedIn profile is a major tool for landing a great client or dream job. You probably already know this and just need help making it productive.

  • Why overreacting hurts your focus and how to stop doing it

    Why overreacting hurts your focus and how to stop doing it

    10/11/2020 Duration: 01min

    Take a deep breath and reduce your risk of overreacting.   Have you ever wished you could go back in time and take back your reaction? While you can’t do that, you CAN take control of your emotional reactions going forward. I’ve asked my friend and fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor, Gemma Leigh Roberts, to share … Continue reading "Why overreacting hurts your focus and how to stop doing it" The post Why overreacting hurts your focus and how to stop doing it appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How to avoid a common mistake made during a Zoom meeting

    How to avoid a common mistake made during a Zoom meeting

    03/11/2020 Duration: 01min

    “Hey, Josh, we can’t hear you…check your mic. Heather, you froze up.” Sound familiar? If you’re one of the millions that have attended a Zoom meeting this year, you’re probably rolling your eyes and groaning in shared misery right now. Zoom meetings are awkward enough without all the technical difficulties, late arrivals, and disorganized chaos. That’s why … Continue reading "How to avoid a common mistake made during a Zoom meeting" The post How to avoid a common mistake made during a Zoom meeting appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why you need to be aware of your unconscious bias

    Why you need to be aware of your unconscious bias

    20/10/2020 Duration: 02min

    “Frat guys want to party more than they want to work.” We’re often unaware when we make a biased decision. So, how do you stop something you’re doing subconsciously? I reached out to a fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor, Stacey A. Gordon, to discuss this issue. Stacey’s course, Unconscious Bias, offers several solutions on how to avoid making these … Continue reading "Why you need to be aware of your unconscious bias" The post Why you need to be aware of your unconscious bias appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How to critical thinking helps when you’re feeling overwhelmed

    How to critical thinking helps when you’re feeling overwhelmed

    13/10/2020 Duration: 01min

    “I’m juggling too many things at once. I’m beyond overwhelmed!” Sound familiar? If you’re nodding yes, you’re not alone. This year has been especially challenging, as many of us are thrown into new, stressful situations. It can be easy to get overwhelmed with not knowing which direction to focus your energy and time. I decided … Continue reading "How to critical thinking helps when you’re feeling overwhelmed" The post How to critical thinking helps when you’re feeling overwhelmed appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why knowledge is the first step in helping others, with guest Dereca Blackmon

    Why knowledge is the first step in helping others, with guest Dereca Blackmon

    06/10/2020 Duration: 01min

    “I want to help. I just don’t know where to start.” Most people WANT to be a helpful ally, yet they feel confused and uncertain about where to start. I reached out to fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor, Dereca Blackmon, for advice on that first step in the right direction. Her response: Knowledge. Learn as much as you … Continue reading "Why knowledge is the first step in helping others, with guest Dereca Blackmon" The post Why knowledge is the first step in helping others, with guest Dereca Blackmon appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How regular communication builds stronger connections when working remotely, with guest Mike Gutman

    How regular communication builds stronger connections when working remotely, with guest Mike Gutman

    29/09/2020 Duration: 01min

    Is working from home causing a disconnect between you and your team? Sometimes, when we work remotely, it’s easy to get stuck in the silos and stop the communication with our team. The relationships begin to deteriorate, which can have a negative effect on your quality of work and life. My good friend and fellow … Continue reading "How regular communication builds stronger connections when working remotely, with guest Mike Gutman" The post How regular communication builds stronger connections when working remotely, with guest Mike Gutman appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why making choices is part of strategic thinking with guest, Dorie Clark

    Why making choices is part of strategic thinking with guest, Dorie Clark

    24/09/2020 Duration: 02min

    Are you tired of fighting fires all day…every day? Strategic thinking is the key to eliminating these little fires for good. My good friend, and fellow LinkedIn Learning instructor, Dorie Clark is joining me today to share a tip on strategic thinking. Most people think of strategic thinking as a difficult and complex process. In reality, it boils down … Continue reading "Why making choices is part of strategic thinking with guest, Dorie Clark" The post Why making choices is part of strategic thinking with guest, Dorie Clark appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How to give feedback to your boss with guest Tatiana Kolovou

    How to give feedback to your boss with guest Tatiana Kolovou

    17/09/2020 Duration: 01min

    “What’s the best way to give my boss feedback?” Everyone can benefit from constructive feedback. Yet, when it comes to providing feedback to a supervisor, it can be incredibly awkward. This is why I reached out to my friend and fellow LinkedIn Learning author, Tatiana Kolovou, to share her secrets on communication. Her course, “Communication Foundations,” which she … Continue reading "How to give feedback to your boss with guest Tatiana Kolovou" The post How to give feedback to your boss with guest Tatiana Kolovou appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How to grab people’s attention using storytelling architecture

    How to grab people’s attention using storytelling architecture

    27/08/2020 Duration: 02min

    “I feel like no one is paying attention to me. What am I doing wrong?” We live in a fast-paced world with hundreds of bids for our attention every second. It’s more difficult than ever to get people to focus and listen to you. Whether it’s in a meeting, on social media, or even an … Continue reading "How to grab people’s attention using storytelling architecture" The post How to grab people’s attention using storytelling architecture appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • How my vacation helped me prioritize and improve my focus

    How my vacation helped me prioritize and improve my focus

    06/08/2020 Duration: 01min

    My vacation taught me a valuable lesson. I’m just returning from a month-long Oasis and wanted to share the lesson that was reinforced during my break. I believe in being fully present during my vacation and focusing on my family—my most valuable activity of all. In doing so, I am forced to put other activities … Continue reading "How my vacation helped me prioritize and improve my focus" The post How my vacation helped me prioritize and improve my focus appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

  • Why your Most Valuable Activities help to avoid switchtasking

    Why your Most Valuable Activities help to avoid switchtasking

    30/07/2020 Duration: 01min

    “Fewer things done better.” – Jeff Weiner, Executive Chairman, LinkedIn. What is the most valuable thing you do for your company? This past January, I spoke to the incredible LinkedIn and LinkedIn Learning team in Dublin, Ireland on ways to combat the habit of switchtasking—my word for multitasking. Are you wondering how the above question … Continue reading "Why your Most Valuable Activities help to avoid switchtasking" The post Why your Most Valuable Activities help to avoid switchtasking appeared first on Dave Crenshaw.

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