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Leading Introverts with Liz Howard

The Leadership Coaching Group

Release Date: 03/03/2020

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Have you thought about how to hire now that such a large portion of the population has to work from home?  Virtual work has many nuances, especially when you are in a leadership role.  Whether you're figuring out how to manage your own time, lead others, or hire remote employees, there is plenty to learn to master this "new normal."  Shaina Weisinger has been doing all of the above for years.  And today she is sharing her best tips with you.

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Many people are suddenly working from home.  Some have never had to manage the distractions and adjustments associated with remote work. So today we are discussing how to effectively manage your time, how to handle distractions at home, and how to be professional when using virtual collaboration tools.

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What does it mean to be a leader during a pandemic?  The landscape of work is changing dramatically right now.  Most of your team is likely working from home.  And not every leader feels they have the power to make an impact.  So...what can you possibly do from a leadership standpoint?  Today we discuss just that.

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Roughly one third of the population self-identifies as an introvert. But even still, many ideals of great leadership tend to be reflective of extroverted personalities.  So how can introverts stay motivated, and confident, as leaders?  Today I am talking with Richard Rieckenberg, a self-proclaimed introvert, about how he was able to truly thrive as a military and business leader.

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Do you have someone on your team who is quieter than the majority of your team, who is less likely to participate in larger social gatherings, and who doesn’t speak up much in meetings? Well, you may be managing an introvert. And that might be one of the best things for your business! Today we are going to describe how to be the best leader to the quieter personality type and how to really flex your adaptive leadership muscles.

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What's that one thing you are so passionate about that you plan to accomplish...eventually? That thing that keeps being moved to the back burner but that you always say you want?  Today we are talking about why we have those lingering aspirations that never turn into accomplishments.

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What if all the things you thought you had to do, or believed you had to be, to become the perfect leader aren't quite right?  Do the best leaders have to be workaholics or is there a reason to have a life outside of the office?  

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Can you...or should you, as a leader, be responsible for helping your direct reports love their work?  Today, we are going to explore a cognitive bias that often causes leaders miss the mark on understanding what their employees need to love their jobs.  We are also going to explore what Gallup has identified as the key elements that make up a quality job.  We tie it all together by looking at how leaders can use this information to take action to influence how their employees view their work.

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What are the ingredients of great leadership? Today's guest, Rocky Romanella, has been an executive leader for years, taking on the presidency of several divisions of UPS, as a CEO of a telecom company, and now as a business founder.  He breaks down what he believes the essential elements of the very best leaders are.

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How does leadership change in a real crisis situation?  Simply doing what you have done as a leader, but in a more urgent way, is not the solution.  However, Richard Rieckenberg knows what is. He is going to breakdown what core traits a leader must embody in order to be a successful leader when intense difficulty, danger, or trouble is imminent.  

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Do you have someone on your team who is quieter than the majority of your team, who is less likely to participate in larger social gatherings, and who doesn’t speak up much in meetings?  Well, you may be managing an introvert.  And that might be one of the best things for your business!  Today we are going to describe how to be the best leader to the quieter personality type and how to really flex your adaptive leadership muscles.

What We Cover:

  • Common traits displayed by many introverts
  • Whether or not leadership styles need to change for introverts and extroverts
  • How to maximize the strengths of all the members of the team you are managing

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