Self-mastery: Becoming A Leader Of Light In A Changing World - Co-creator Network

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TUNE IN AND TURN ON to get your answers to questions like these: * Do you want to know HOW to lead with love in a corporate environment? * Are you are manager who is disgusted with the daily drama of your team? * Are you exhausted by the workplace sabotage and passive aggressive communication? * Do you want to know how to rise above the politics while staying true to yourself? * Are you exhausted because no matter how hard you try, it seems that you are not seen or appreciated for who you really are at work? * Have you ever wished you had the right thing to say or do to actually change the most difficult situation in your daily workplace? * Do you want to be able to understand what is underneath the hostility and then transform it Effortlessly in your life? * Ready to live a life of effortless abundance. * Are you tired of attending inspiring programs in which you get a new fantastic new perspective on life, but crash when you get back to life as usual (i.e. the workplace)? * Are you ready to take the next step to become a change agent without becoming a martyr

Episodes

  • Creating Intentional Community

    Creating Intentional Community

    19/06/2013 Duration: 30min

    When we expect the best in others, and create from the belief that that "best" is possible, then we can move mountains. Creating intentional community is part of that mountain-making, part of embracing the tenets of courage, compassion, connection and commitment in our relationships so that we can proactively build a culture that reflects the same. Why allow yourself or those around you to accept workplace reality as nothing more than a series of habits, reactions or negative resentments from some distant past in the workplace to define the "NOW"? In this show, we will cover the three approaches needed to break the hold on isolation that occurs when we subscribe to business as usual, instead of business at it's best! Big I- Using the highest self (our words) best self, big picture self to envision what is possible ...... versus creating from the little "i" - personality Exercising the power of compassion to look at our selves and others as works in progress- if they could do things differently, they would..

  • Regret- The poison to your productivity

    Regret- The poison to your productivity

    12/06/2013 Duration: 30min

    Regret has a way of creeping up on you and your career. It creates resentment where none needs to exist, so why do we let it interfere with risk taking? Whether it is fear of failure, embarrasment, rejection or even fear of accomplishment, regret has a way of paralyzing our vision of self- potential. In this show, we will talk about what you can do to help yourself take more risks and avoid the "Regret Trap".

  • Different Expectations: When You And Your Employees Are Not On The Same Page

    Different Expectations: When You And Your Employees Are Not On The Same Page

    05/06/2013 Duration: 30min

    It happens to all of us, usually when we least expect it. We are just not on the same page. As a matter of fact, we are not even in the same BOOK…Yes, we are all laughing because we know it to be true, but when you are in the middle of a performance evaluation, an important meeting, a public conversation, or any interaction, sharing the SAME outlook is critical. What is the source? Where does it all begin? You might not be surprised to know it is expectations…Have you shared yours? We will cover the three key things you need to know to get on the same page.

  • Groupthink- Not Always A Conscious Choice

    Groupthink- Not Always A Conscious Choice

    29/05/2013 Duration: 30min

    How does GroupThink affect perception and objectivity in the workplace? Because it is not a conscious process, it can drive decisions toward limitation instead of inclusion and creativity. If you or your team is stuck in "habitual" decision making, this training will provide a new approach to old issues. Assist your employees and managers with understanding group think and how it can derail an organization’s plans for the future by listening to this radio broadcast.

  • Are You Isolating Coworkers And Not Knowing It?

    Are You Isolating Coworkers And Not Knowing It?

    22/05/2013 Duration: 30min

    Have you ever worked with someone that (most) everyone sees as a "nudge"? Have you ever been on a team with someone who just drives everyone crazy? Have you ever had to work closely with someone that just, literally, drains your energy? Wonder if that someone is you? It need not be a life-theme of yours. It could just be a "temporary" set back, when you are just not your buoyant self. However, regardless if it is you, someone else, long term or temporary, there is a core reason that creates "isolationism". In this radio show, we will cover what you need to know for others, yourself and investment in your "like-ability."

  • Are You Being Managed By Fear? - 5 Drop-Dead Signs That It Is Happening

    Are You Being Managed By Fear? - 5 Drop-Dead Signs That It Is Happening

    15/05/2013 Duration: 30min

    We all have had "difficult" managers; however, sometimes difficult becomes management by fear or intimidation. The tragedy is, many of these leaders and managers do not KNOW that this is how they are managing. With years of going uncontested, even encouraged by cultures that allow this approach to leadership, a manager can not only lose their potential to excel, but can drive away great employees and take departments down in the process. And yet, the good news is - change can occur. Everyone has the capacity to change, when they are given the feedback they require and the concrete intervention and coaching they need to step into their full potential Check all that apply below based on experiences you may have had in the past or even the present. Use the key at the bottom to get a reading on what action should or could be taken. The need to control others actions by micro-managing detail or situations in which the employee has proven competency Secret telling is the norm rather than the exception Employe

  • Betrayed? - Five Questions To Ask Yourself

    Betrayed? - Five Questions To Ask Yourself

    08/05/2013 Duration: 30min

    Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you heard yourself say, " I can't believe they would do that?". Well, it happens, often when we least expect it. Betrayal is a fact of life and unfortunately, when so many are driven by fear, it happens just as often in the workplace. Whether it was a confidence shared, a project executed, or a personal betrayal, the initial effects are the same- denial and anger. Once you are able to acknowledge these emotions, you can begin the most important chapter of this "life lesson"- what can I learn about MYSELF? When we consider that every relationship we have with others in some way reflects our beliefs about ourselves, then even disappointments such as these can make sense. Here are a few key questions to ask yourself: Am I too trusting? Did I have a blind spot to this persons behavior? Was I ignoring the "signs" that pointed to questionable trust? Did I spend more time "fixing" or "fighting" the situation than was needed? Did I get a "gut feeling" at any time

  • To Terminate or Not To Terminate...4 Signs That Your Staff Needs You To Take Action

    To Terminate or Not To Terminate...4 Signs That Your Staff Needs You To Take Action

    01/05/2013 Duration: 30min

    "Karen" was late for the second time this week. She arrived at work, and within 15 minutes pulled out her phone to text. Telling a joke around 10 am, she got her co-workers to laugh until they cried. Returning to their computer screens, they smiled, thinking how great it was to work here when she was "on her game". At 1:45 pm she was 20 minutes late returning from lunch. In the middle of the afternoon rush, she triaged a demanding customer, and they walked away to sing her praises. Confusing two crucial orders, her supervisor happened to catch her mistake and corrected it before it would have cost the department thousands of dollars. Have you got the picture yet? Karen" is your nightmare employee. Why? Because she calls you to be THE critical thinker, objective and measured, strategic and compassionate- all at the same time. I have met many "Karens". So have you. Well meaning, even talented, they wreak havoc on the remaining staff and create chaos for the department. In this weeks show, we will cover

  • Emotions Are Contagious

    Emotions Are Contagious

    17/04/2013 Duration: 30min

    HI often will hear clients complain that no one listens to them in the workplace (and at home, for that matter!). Now, we know that it is likely an exaggeration that no one listens; however, when you perceive there is a theme going on in the listening department, maybe it is time to take a little stroll down the behavioral boardwalk! Consider these questions to gain more clarity: What does it look like when people ARE listening to you? Become conscious of what feels good to you, what listening actually looks like in your world? When you can be clear about your needs, you can share them with others. Once your co-workers and friends know what you need, the ball is in their court to meet you half way. Do you say things that are worth listening to? As human beings, we tend to gravitate to others of like mind or philosophy. Basically we like to spend time with people who make us "feel good". What kind of energy boost or drain do you offer others? Are you complaining more than you realize? Could you be using

  • Why Is No One Listening To Me? - What you need to know today to get others to listen

    Why Is No One Listening To Me? - What you need to know today to get others to listen

    10/04/2013 Duration: 30min

    HI often will hear clients complain that no one listens to them in the workplace (and at home, for that matter!). Now, we know that it is likely an exaggeration that no one listens; however, when you perceive there is a theme going on in the listening department, maybe it is time to take a little stroll down the behavioral boardwalk! Consider these questions to gain more clarity: What does it look like when people ARE listening to you? Become conscious of what feels good to you, what listening actually looks like in your world? When you can be clear about your needs, you can share them with others. Once your co-workers and friends know what you need, the ball is in their court to meet you half way. Do you say things that are worth listening to? As human beings, we tend to gravitate to others of like mind or philosophy. Basically we like to spend time with people who make us "feel good". What kind of energy boost or drain do you offer others? Are you complaining more than you realize? Could you be using

  • How Do I Know It Is Time To Let Go?

    How Do I Know It Is Time To Let Go?

    03/04/2013 Duration: 30min

    How do you know it is time to let go of something in your life? How do you know that you have given it your all and that you can walk away with the satisfaction of trying your "utmost" to make something work. Whether it is a co-worker connection or a personal relationship, a way of life or change in career, too many of us ignore the signs that answer this very question. There is a difference in being persistent and stubborn persistence (Harrison Inner View). Think of spuds Mackenzie, the famous pit-bull dog from commercials past. Known for his "lock jaw" approach to getting the job done, he became the symbol for commitment in the extreme. We all know employees, friends and even family who choose to hang on, long after it serves them, or anyone else, for that matter. Becoming overwhelmed with what happens once you let go paralyzes your ability to act. Being observant and courageous to see things as they are can be the first step to personal and professional freedom. Noticed Any Of These Lately? What ha

  • The Season of Unreason:Recalibrating Your Workplace To Reduce Holiday StressNavigating The Ghosts of Holiday Past, Present and Future

    The Season of Unreason:Recalibrating Your Workplace To Reduce Holiday StressNavigating The Ghosts of Holiday Past, Present and Future

    28/11/2012 Duration: 30min

    Ho ho ho and all that good stuff, right? As we enter the final weeks that lead to the holidays and with that the countdown to the THREE GHOSTS OF HOLIDAY PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE, we guarantee you three trends will surface. The trick is knowing what they might “look like” and most importantly WHY they are on the increase for your employees and co-workers. This is a time filled with anxiety as often as it is filled with joy, but you need not be on the receiving end of it. As a leader, it is essential to know how you can field the three trends when they appear. Where most talk of the traditional “holiday stress”, etc., we will surprise you with our take on what is really happening and how you can help.

  • How To Tell When An Employee, Co-Worker or Friend Is Draining Your Energy

    How To Tell When An Employee, Co-Worker or Friend Is Draining Your Energy

    21/11/2012 Duration: 30min

    This is a touchy subject; one which many of us would rather avoid. First of all, who wants to admit that someone you consider a friend is actively draining your energy. What is more challenging is when that drain is a co-worker that you have no choice but to work with. We will speak to the “signs” of of this dynamic so you can become more aware of when it is happening to you. Tune in especially if you are in the helping professions, as this is a common occurrence with clients as well.

  • Sharing The Credit: Why Is It One Of The Smartest Things You Could Do For Your Career!

    Sharing The Credit: Why Is It One Of The Smartest Things You Could Do For Your Career!

    14/11/2012 Duration: 30min

    Do you want to give credit to others, even if it might mean you will not be identified as the “winner”, “hero” or competent one? Can you believe for a minute, that “appropriate” sharing of credit is not only a good thing but one of the smartest things you can do TODAY to become more valuable in the workplace. Yes, we know this is a stretch, but get out your exercise mat and stretch with us! You will be glad you did.

  • Are You Being Put Out To Pasture?

    Are You Being Put Out To Pasture?

    07/11/2012 Duration: 30min

    Have you ever had secret thoughts you were being “selected out” of the career ladder, loop or opportunity to be visible in the workplace? If you have, you are not alone and frankly, many employees will at some time entertain such thoughts. In looking for a solution, the important focus are these two questions: is your perception “real” and what can you do about it? We will speak to these and you will gain insight about how to “drill down” and check your perceptions and their validity.

  • When Your Boss Is Afraid Of Change And You Aren’t

    When Your Boss Is Afraid Of Change And You Aren’t

    31/10/2012 Duration: 30min

    Change is nobody’s friend, come on let’s get honest! And yet, when change and your “boss” are mentioned in the same sentence, it can get even go the way of “foe”. However, there is hope. Learning how to “manage” your boss’s reaction to change is possible and easier than you think. We will cover three things you can do today to help both you and your boss shift the tide and welcome the fresh perspective that change brings.

  • Checklist for Feedback: Are You Ready To Deliver It?

    Checklist for Feedback: Are You Ready To Deliver It?

    24/10/2012 Duration: 30min

    We all can talk about receiving feedback from co-workers and other important people in our lives; however, when providing feedback, we need a completely different set of skills to be successful. Unfortunately, many of the skills to conceptualize and then deliver constructive feedback are not within the average skill-set. In this program, we will talk you through 10 key considerations that you need to keep in mind as you prepare yourself. Communication is necessary for your success and you cannot escape the need to communicate in all areas of life. Listen in for practical steps to get you started.

  • The Difference Between Observation And Opinion - Why You Need To Know

    The Difference Between Observation And Opinion - Why You Need To Know

    17/10/2012 Duration: 30min

    Have you ever heard someone be asked for an observation and you proceed to listen to a judgment- filled diatribe? Do you realize one of the most important skills of advanced leadership is to know the difference between observation and opinion and how it affects everything you do each and every day. Listen in so you can learn the difference with us.

  • Rumor Mongers- How To Re-Route Them To The Good Side

    Rumor Mongers- How To Re-Route Them To The "Good Side"

    10/10/2012 Duration: 30min

    Lets not fool ourselves, rumors can distract even the most logical and dedicated of any employee. Also, rumors provide a vital role in your organization, If you are listening and know how to work with the information, you can get a pulse on the collective morale of your business. However, before you get to this point, you need to address those who feed off the fear and frustration that rumors incite. The question is how- and that is what we will be discussing.

  • Performance Appraisal Disasters - The #1 Tendency You Want To Avoid

    Performance Appraisal Disasters - The #1 Tendency You Want To Avoid

    03/10/2012 Duration: 30min

    The dreaded performance appraisal! It is like taxes; it comes all too quickly and so often is tedious. For so many, the performance appraisal process is hollow, meaningless. For managers, many of whom have never been trained properly in how to conduct one, it is a task they would rather avoid. However, no matter where you stand, there is ONE tendency that is CRITICAL to avoid in the meeting. If you work this approach, the results will be more accurate and your team more motivated. We will let you in on the big secret during the show.

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