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Connected Leadership Gold: Goldie Sayers

The Connected Leadership Podcast

Release Date: 05/16/2022

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In this second episode looking into The Connected Leadership Podcast archives, Andy Lopata talks to Goldie Sayers, Olympic bronze medalist, GB team captain and more recently, business coach.  They discuss the issues arising in bringing together a group of exceptional individual talents and making them into a team. Goldie has used her experiences in sport to help business executives inspire their staff. Andy and Goldie also explore the transition from one career to another, highlighting the importance of a strong, broad and diverse network that doesn't disappear. Maintaining links, having...

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In this second episode looking into The Connected Leadership Podcast archives, Andy Lopata talks to Goldie Sayers, Olympic bronze medalist, GB team captain and more recently, business coach.  They discuss the issues arising in bringing together a group of exceptional individual talents and making them into a team. Goldie has used her experiences in sport to help business executives inspire their staff. Andy and Goldie also explore the transition from one career to another, highlighting the importance of a strong, broad and diverse network that doesn't disappear. Maintaining links, having mentors, planning ahead and being prepared to ask for help. These are the factors that will make the transition achievable.