Join Sandi and Jen as they tackle the topic of meetings, the kind of people who show up to them, and what makes a meeting actually worth your time to attend. As the nature of meetings has changed in recent years, Jen and Sandi encourage reflection on the hows and whys of meetings and their attendees at their cores.
Episode 36 – Coaching Leaders
Join Sandi and Jen as they dive into what it takes and means to coach leaders and how to encourage them and keep them as new folks are stepping into leadership roles. They also discuss how leaders can learn and adapt that “coaching” role as modern leadership takes on more than previous years.
Episode 35 – Establishing Teams and Team Norms
Jen and Sandi come to you today talking about what it a team truly is and what it takes to establish that team and the normalities needed for the team to function cohesively and productively.
Episode 34 – Good Strategy, Bad Strategy
Join Sandi and Jen as they discuss good strategies in the workplace versus bad ones, and how to get your team through both. Listen in as they discuss some of their favorite strategy authors, resources, and inspirations to navigate process and product.
Episode 33 – Leading in Stressful Times
This week, Jen and Sandi discuss the workplace post-pandemic, and the humanness of the stresses that are sourced from the adaptations we’ve had to make. They offer some solutions to keeping yourself and your team stress-free while navigating hybrid work environments.
Episode 32 – Retention
Sandi and Jen meet to discuss retention of employees in the workplace and what that looks like in 2023. With much of the workforce now remote, what can managers and leaders do to keep them engaged, and what does that look like versus those who wanted to come back to the office? Tune in to hear how things have changed and how to navigate the waves of management.
Episode 31 – Strategic Whiplash
Jen and Sandi discuss VUCA-Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity and what the impact of changing strategies can bring to the pace of our lives and the business world. What events in the workplace give us whiplash, and how do we come out of it?
Episode 30 – Neuroscience of Accountability
Sandi and Jen interview Reut Schwartz-Hebron. Reut Sandi and Jen discuss how accountability interacts with neuroscience and how that affects work and life. Reut trains and supports coaches, consultants, and HR leaders to complete their Certification in Applied Neuroscience.
Episode 29 – Own Up! Drama Free Accountability
Sandi interviews her co-host, Jen about her new book: Own Up! How to Hold People Accountable without all the Drama. Jen and Sandi talk about what is in the book and go through the Six Ownership Steps model of Accountability™ for Mangers and Leaders.
Episode 28 – Better Communication thru Better Listening
Sandi and Jen talk about listening being the key to communication and that good listening is a big part of being an effective leader. They also go over active and advanced listening as well as ‘listening in judgement’ vs ‘listening in discovery’.