Half of the year is done! It’s great to have a couple of new ways to share resources with clients – this month with a new website and in May the podcast launched!
You might remember the competition we were running… Congratulations to the Podcast Competition winner! You’ve won a pack of my 5 favourite business books. Only problem…I don’t know who you are! Please respond otherwise I’ll have to do a new draw next week. Are you ‘Loopsy’?
From Doer to Leader? How do you go from being responsible for the work, to being responsible for the people doing the work. You’re not ‘in charge’ you’re responsible for people ‘in your charge I’m a bit behind on my reading, so here’s a 3-minute clip from renown leadership author and speaker Simon Sinek (“Leaders Eat Last”, “The Power of Why”) WATCH HERE!
Psychological Safety in Teams
Summary: The highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety — the belief that you won’t be punished when you make a mistake. Studies show that psychological safety allows for moderate risk-taking, speaking your mind, creativity, and sticking your neck out without fear of having it cut off — just the types of behavior that lead to market breakthroughs. So how can you increase psychological safety on your own team?
After being in business for quite a while and growing to this point, it was time to upgrade my website! My original site was created by me, so it’s so nice to have someone do it who knows what they’re doing
CHECK OUT THE NEW WEBSITE (When websites are new, sometimes there are a few hiccups or errors – think of it as an Easter Egg hunt. Find something that’s not right? Let me know!)
CATCH UP ON THE LEVEL UP LEADERSHIP PODCAST
Need to catch up on the latest leadership lessons? In case you’ve missed it, here’s a recap of what’s been happening on the podcast this month!
The last few episodes:
Episode 10 – Delegation – What one word influences your success? Have you ever had the experience when you ask someone to do something they say yes, but it doesn’t get done? Maybe you asked someone to do a report or perhaps you’ve asked someone to hang out the washing. But despite on the surface, they say, yes, it doesn’t happen. Why is that? Tune in to this week’s episode to have a listen!
PS. This topic (and related ones) is something that we cover even more in-depth inside my signature Solo to CEO Group Program that’s launching soon! You don’t have to navigate this stuff solo. Get on the waitlist here.