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This week Kim and Fulyana answer a question from a listener about the relationship of why and how. Which comes first? Which is more important? A note about this recording – there is some background electronic noise that we were unable to remove. It is just one of the hazards of long distance recording…
 
Do you have a high profile as a team leader within your organisation? Are there other high profile leaders in your organisation? Do you work together or are you competing for attention? This week Kim and Fulyana reflect on their experiences working with and for high profile team leaders within an organisation. What role can a CEO take to ensure the…
 
This week Kim and Fulyana have another case study sent in by a listener. How do you approach succession planning when someone in your team is unwilling to even talk about the subject? Should you, as the team leader, push for a succession plan in every situation? Case-Study-Succession-PlanningDownload…
 
This week we are celebrating a milestone in our podcasts – 250 episodes! So we thought we might talk about information overload as it relates to leadership. (Of course, we don’t consider these podcasts as information overload.) In this podcast Kim and Fulyana look at ways to filter information so you can improve your leadership skills without penal…
 
This week we look at a case study sent in to us by a listener. It covers some of our suggestions for approaching a perceived need to improve a process when you are new to a team or an organisation. How can you not be seen as the “new” person who thinks they know it all? Transcription-Process-Improvement-26Oct21Download…
 
This week we have a case study looking at a delayed internal transfer and how to manage that within a team. Have you asked for a transfer only to have it ignored? Listen to the suggestions from Kim and Fulyana from both the team leader and team member perspectives. Transcription: Case-Study-Internal-Transfer-Dilemma-TranscriptionDownload…
 
Do you despair of the next generation of managers? Does your organisation promote on time or ability? This week Kim and Fulyana look at what organisations and individuals can do to ensure business leadership is moving in tandem towards the future. The link for the earlier podcast episode mentioned in their discussion is below. Do you use the “S.E.E…
 
In a previous podcast (link below) we have looked at the value and approaches to knowledge transfer in organisations. What if you, as the knowledge owner, are blocked from transferring your knowledge by political or personal issues with a new team or management group? This week Kim and Fulyana look at how to work around roadblocks using an actual e…
 
This week Kim and Fulyana explore the effects of micromanaging a project when its outcome may reflect on your personal profile in an organisation. Are you a micromanager? Have you been subjected to micromanagement which led to you feeling you were not trusted with leading a team or project? Listen to the discussion for some simple tips and approach…
 
Do you worry that someone will tap you on the shoulder and say “you don’t belong here”? You are not alone! This week Kim and Fulyana explore what is called “imposter syndrome” and find it is far more widespread across organisations and careers than you might expect. They discuss ways you can address it (ways they have tried themselves) and share in…
 
It has been a little while since we shared a case study with you, so this week we are looking at a dilemma for a listener. Having set a goal to start a business after reaching a certain point in a career, there are now two further (and prestigious) opportunities being offered right at the time of finalising activities to start the business. What wo…
 
In the final part of our discussion with Nancy Giordano, we explore what the future and future leaders might be. Will you be curious enough to explore that scenario? To visit Nancy’s website and learn even more, click hereโดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
This week we continue our discussion with Nancy Giordano looking at the importance to organisations and individuals of “leadering”. What is the difference between leadership and leadering? The link to Nancy’s book is below the podcast Leadering – a book by Nancy Giordanoโดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
This week we begin a three part discussion with Nancy Giordano about changing our thinking and managing. There are challenges out there in management, now and into the future – are you curious enough to be ready for them? To find out more, visit Nancy’s website PlayBigIncโดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
In the final part of our 2021 Workplace Series, Kim and Fulyana review the options and pitfalls of using online resource centres like Fiverr.com How do you select from the myriad of resources and people out there?โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
In part 4 of our 2021 Workplace Series, Kim and Fulyana revisit the very popular topic of communicating core values. Is this more difficult at present? How has your organisation changed the way you communicate your core values? Do these align with your personal core values? The link to our discussions in 2016 with David Skillen is also below. David…
 
Our third podcast in the Workplace 2021 series looks a how you can convey “passion” about what you do. Is work your “happy” place? Do you look forward to the challenges as well as the results? Are you influenced by others who consider the only way to talk about work is in the negative?โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
In our second podcast for this 5 part series, Fulyana and Kim look at how you, as a leader, can create a “safe” work environment for your team to express new ideas, vocalise concerns or expose problems. Do you have a “safe” work environment? Why does it feel that way?โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
This week we start a five part series based around your workplace and some of the topics that are so interrelated we felt it best to have them in a series of their own. Session 1 is all about how your workplace is perceived from both inside and out. How do you think potential employees view it? Is their view accurate or a result of positive marketi…
 
Do you manage projects and activities by setting a “finish” deadline? Could these be changed to “Start” deadlines for the next phase of a project or its implementation? This week Kim and Fulyana talk through changing our terminology and thus our focus from finish deadlines to start deadlines to encourage a sense of urgency and excitement.…
 
This week Kim and Fulyana react to an article which included four questions that gave rise to a host of ideas and responses, leading in turn to some insights into career paths, management and job satisfaction. The article is below the podcast. Also below is a link to our episode about finding your “why” with Simon Sinek. Knocked back endlessly for …
 
In a slightly different direction of discussion this week, Kim and Fulyana explore the personal challenges and rewards when you are part of a start up. This might be a new team in a large organisation or a completely new venture for yourself or a small team. How do you know you are achieving personal growth? Should you plan an exit strategy? What i…
 
After 16 months of distanced recording, Kim and Fulyana meet across the table to discuss the value of “robust debate” in meetings. How do you keep the personal issues out of this type of debate? How much of the discussion forms part of the meeting record? Are robust discussions encouraged in your organisation? Does it work?…
 
Do your work colleagues know all the skills you bring to the table? Have you ever thought you could offer a skill but hesitated because it wasn’t something you learned with this particular organisation? This week Kim and Fulyana explore what it means to “brag” about your skills in the workplace. How can leaders find out the range of skills they hav…
 
Fulyana continues her “interview” with Kim, this week covering how and why you should talk about the skills you have that may not yet be utilised by an organisation, whether this is a volunteer or paid role. We also emphasise, yet again, the value of feedback – negative or positive – to keep communication lines clear. Links for some of Kim’s other …
 
For many years Fulyana has been pestering Kim to talk in more detail about her involvement in floral art and its administration. This is the week where it could be avoided no longer! In this podcast, Kim talks though the logistics, planning and administration of competing in both Australia and overseas. It shows just how valuable your working life …
 
How do you manage your team? How are you managed? By inspiration or motivation? What’s the difference? Triggered by a short video from Simon Sinek (see below), this week Kim and Fulyana look at the best approach to management – either from motivation or inspiration.โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
One of the “benefits” of 2020 was the opportunity for many people to rethink their working activities. This week Kim and Fulyana look at what is important to consider when you start to think about quitting your job – whether this is a change within an organisation, moving to another organisation or starting out on a whole new path.…
 
Does your organisation encourage internal transfers? Are they considered professional development? What happens to the teams losing and gaining these transferees? How can you, as a team leader or manager, harness the effect of internal transfers? Lots of questions on this topic so this week Kim and Fulyana begin exploring using their own experience…
 
It’s never pleasant to think about a promotion and then find you have not been selected. Why did you not get the promotion? This week Kim and Fulyana talk about real examples from both sides of the recruitment table with some valuable insights for you to use.โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
How often do you have more to do than time in the day? What is the difference between “intentional” and “attentional” activities? This week Kim and Fulyana explore their work “habits” and discover some interesting adjustments and insights from their own experiences in the workplace.โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
There’s a difference between being intimidated at work and working with a bully. Are you in either of these situations? This week Kim and Fulyana explore the options available to you so you can take control of a situation that may be causing you to doubt your abilities.โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
Do you get invited to meetings, particularly coffee meetings, only to be ignored? This week Kim and Fulyana look at your professional presence – how can you inject yourself into a meeting when you feel you are being ignored? Do you have “situational awareness”?โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
Is reading part of your daily personal development activities? Should this be as important as physical fitness for you as a person? This week we hear from Kim and Fulyana about using reading, whether it’s a physical or digital book, to keep you disciplined about personal development. What non-fiction book are you reading now and how often should yo…
 
This week we talk through a Case Study about a team transitioning leadership. It is a regular occurrence for the team but there is always a period of time where all team members wait for the previous leader to voice an opinion before they venture their own – even the new leader. What can be done to remedy this?…
 
Are you concerned for a team member or colleague? This week’s discussion is a difficult topic despite the advances for mental health at work that are occurring. Kim and Fulyana explore some real life examples of valued team members and senior staff who begin to exhibit “out of character” behaviour. Whether it is overwhelm, lack of commitment or som…
 
How do you maintain momentum as a project leader for a long term project – one that may be more than 5 years away? This week Kim shares a project she is leading with an end milestone of 2026 with Fulyana providing the mentoring for this activity. What should you do to stop the excuses when momentum is lost and not even procrastination has taken its…
 
Have you made experienced a change to a process or activity that had huge impact but have no idea where the change originated? Do you know how to acknowledge those who suggest change when they can’t explain how to implement the change? This week Fulyana provides us with a couple of examples of innovation/change where we may well not be aware of the…
 
Do you wonder why your customers/clients never get your process right? Do you know if your automatic customer contacts actually work the way you think they do? What do you do with those recordings “for training purposes”? This week Kim and Fulyana explore what customer communication means from the customer perspective with some real life examples o…
 
Are you frustrated by team members expecting more than can be realistically accomplished? Do you struggle to manage customer expectations in a constantly changing commercial environment? This week Kim and Fulyana talk through some ways to manage both customer and team expectations. How are you approaching these issues?…
 
Emotional Intelligence – Situational Awareness – Pain Point…..Have you been faced with any of these phrases yet? Apparently these are some of the management buzzwords for 2021. So naturally, Kim and Fulyana have a talk about these and others, what they mean and how they have heard them used, not just recently, but throughout their management career…
 
Yes, as we record this COVID19 is still creating havoc in people’s lives all around the world. In spite of this, Fulyana has some heartening news about the positives for a new team leader in these challenging times. Her story is based on an actual situation. Have you taken on a team leader role recently? Is it different to what you expected?…
 
This week, in the third part of our discussion with Rob Fahey, General Manager, Holiday Inn Express, Newcastle, Australia we explore what might be the permanent changes to the hospitality industry as it begins the recovery to business in the new normal after COVID19. How is your business recovering? Will you make permanent changes to your operation…
 
How would you manage a new handpicked team that has to be stood down indefinitely after 12 short months? How do you develop an organisational culture where everyone interacts with external customers? This week we continue our discussion with Rob Fahey, General Manager, Holiday Inn Express Newcastle (Australia) looking at the importance of the right…
 
This week we begin a 3 part discussion with Rob Fahey, currently General Manager of the Holiday Inn Express in Newcastle, Australia. If you have a young team, have moved “up the ranks” yourself to a management role or have had to manage in the tumultuous times of 2020 in a service industry, you will have something in common with this guest executiv…
 
This week in the final part of our discussion with Paul Cuatrecasas, Kim and Fulyana hear about Paul’s book as well as what the future might hold for education of the next generation of executive managers. Paul’s book – (This is an Amazon link – we will receive a small commission if you purchase the book using this link)…
 
This week we continue our discussion with Paul Cuatrecasas looking at why actually making a decision is important and the value of entrepreneurial thinking for today’s organisations regardless of size.โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
This week Kim and Fulyana have a deep dive into the potential for disruption by information technology. Paul Cuatrecasas joins them from London for a 3 part series on exponential changes and disruptions to industries and what that means for senior executives and their organisations to survive and thrive. Part 1 covers some of the impacts related to…
 
Do you have a shelf full of books and seminar notes? Have you implemented any of the ideas that were included there? This week, inspired by a comment from a guest during our 200th episode, Kim and Fulyana choose different paths to implementation of ideas whether this is for you as an executive or with your team. It is the ongoing battle of “list” v…
 
Do you accept praise well? Does your team know how to accept praise personally as well as for the organisation? In this podcast, Kim and Fulyana share their experiences with giving and receiving praise. Do you practise “success sharing” and does it work?โดย Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
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