Category: Leadership Coaching

Coach Your Multi-Generational Team to Reduce Loneliness and Increase Collaboration

Coach Your Multi-Generational Team to Reduce Loneliness and Increase Collaboration

Why is it so hard to work with Boomers, GenX’ers, Millennials, and GenZ? For the first time in history, the workplace contains four different generations. There four types of people who grew up in extremely different and unique eras, and deeply identify with that era they grew up in.
In this episode of Team Anywhere, we interviewed Generational Expert and Author of Second Wave Millennials, Warren Wright. Warren uses his experience from his work at Gallup to help bridge the divisive gap between generations in the workplace. Inside this episode, Warren shares the importance of coaching your multi-generational team to reduce isolation and increase collaboration. First, Warren discusses understanding the roles generations play in business. Then he shares mis-communication between generations that is commonly occurring right now. After that, he talks about what Millennials value in the workplace and the current issues they are facing along with incredible tips for leaders in 2021.

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How to find Opportunities for Growth in This Pandemic

How can you find opportunities for growth as a leader this year while navigating leadership in remote teams? We spoke with PhD sociologist Tracy Brower to get her insights on what the pandemic has done for innovation, creating energy on a remote team, and how trust is different on a remote team.

How to Use Vulnerability to Connect with Your Team ft. Mike Robbins EP 14

How to use Vulnerability to Connect with Your Team

Mike Robbins, author of “We’re All in This Together,” released his book right before the pandemic. In this episode he talks about how to use vulnerability to connect with your team, shares his own message on embracing vulnerability and authenticity and how the COVID pandemic has shifted his perspective on topics like video calls, and loneliness.

EP 12 How to Partner with your Employees featuring Gary Magenta from Root Inc.

How to Partner with Our Employees

On today’s podcast we speak with Gary Magenta, four-time author, customer experience guru, and Senior Vice President at Root, Inc. Gary is a highly sought-after media resource and keynoter speaker for client events, industry conferences, and business strategy and human resources seminars.

Gary shares on the podcast how allowing greater flexibility, being transparent, and giving more trust to our employees is contributing to higher engagement scores.

Gary offers four questions that move management from “yell-and-tell” to being a partner who walks alongside his or her direct reports.

EP 11 How to ask Questions to get to the Best Solutions

How to ask Questions to get to the Best Solutions

The pandemic has caused fear, uncertainty, and isolation, and Stephen shares that the only way to find solutions in this unprecedented time is to learn how to ask the right questions.

To Create Clarity Ask These Three Questions

Three questions virtual leaders need to ask their teams to create clarity.

Reinventing Leadership: Nine Things Virtual Leaders Must Focus On

All the research that has been released today on leading in our new virtual frontier says there’s something missing. The challenge is that leaders are being called upon to focus on how to create culture in a virtual world. After reviewing my week, I’ve discovered nine areas of opportunity leaders should focus on to help strengthen their virtual culture. In order to do this, leaders are going to have to stretch their authenticity, transparency and connectivity.

The Nine Areas Leaders Need to Focus on is
-Building Clarity
– Focusing on Cause
– Challenging Potential
– Demonstrate Culture
– Describe Commitment
– Be Courageous
– Celebrate
– Building a Learning Community
– Integrate Comedy

It’s time to reinvent leadership in a way that you show up as a more authentic version of yourself. Bring more clarity, raise the necessity of why people do what they do, make bigger declarations, make commitments, find the behaviors they need to take on to reach their goals, celebrate people, build a community and be the missing piece of culture that your company and your team needs right now. It’s a big request, but you can do it.

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Unlock Your Passion to Maintain Your Company’s Culture

Leaders all around the world are planning and organizing around the new work environment now that restrictions are being lifted.

Some companies will go “back” and only a subset of the employees will physically retake their places at the office. For those who do go “back,” they will be spaced across floors, moved to offices, or will report from new locations.

Leaders are all asking the same question:

How do we maintain the culture we had pre-COVID-19?

Learn how to unlock your passion as a leader to maintain your company’s culture.

4 Things Leaders Need to Focus on to be More Effective

It’s the beginning of June, and we’ve officially made it through almost three months of this Coronavirus Pandemic. People are slowly beginning to head back to work as things begin to go back to normal. But are we going back? Some of you aren’t physically heading back to work and the question we want to ask is do we want to go back to normal?

The “normal” that we were living frankly wasn’t very good. We’re never going to have pre-COVID times days work like we did. It was great, we had fun, some of us didn’t. But that time is gone. We now have transformed to this world of work where, for the most part, we’re not going to be sitting in the same room. For the majority of us, we’re going to be separated by distance.

We’re not going back, we’re never going back, but we are going better.

What I want to look at is what is our role as leaders in making this time better.

Leaders can become more effective as they head back to work through these topics.

Leaders must focus on 4 P’s for effective leadership; passion, planning, personal philosophy, and personal connection.

How to Gain More Control

Is the COVID-19 crisis overwhelming you with the feeling that you’ve lost control? Right now, the thing we want most is control. We want control over our work, over our responses, and frankly to move about like we used to.
Before this crisis, I “thought” I was in control when it turns out, I actually wasn’t. I’m going to share with you my story about how I “thought” I was in control, and give you a road map that I’ve used since the beginning of this crisis to help get more control over your life.

2020 was going to be the best year of my life. And, I worked it Baby! I worked it like crazy. As a matter of fact, I worked it so hard, I started to feel sick. Then I discovered that I have a hyperthyroid.
What I had realized was that before I got sick, I “thought” I was in control, when actually I wasn’t. The truth is, I had zero control over my life.
With the help of my coach, I created a plan to get more control, and I’m going to share this with you. This plan begins by asking WHY you want to get in control in the first place and then diving deep into my 3 R process. RE-flect, RE-define, and RE-new.

Team Building Events San Diego: The Person Who Changed Your Life

The Person Who Changed Your Life: Team Building Workshop

Go through a Team Building activity where you experience with your team what it’s like to be the person who changed your life.

Leadership Hacks from Today's Thought Leaders

Leadership Hacks from The Art of Leadership San Diego Conference

You’ve probably watched videos about “cooking hacks” and “life hacks” but, have you ever heard of Leadership Hacks? Let’s talk about hacking for a moment. In technology, hackers are the most powerful person in a network. Hackers find the vulnerable spot, make a quick change without trying to change the whole network and leave silently.…
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Team Building Vs. Building High Performance Teams Leadership Training | San Diego, CA

Is Team Building the Solution to Your Problem? The Distinction Between Team Building and Building High Performance Teams

Are you looking for help with problems with your team? Normally, the first thought is to Google team building and have an expectation that a team building activity or even is going to be the solution. However, most people go into team building events with the expectation that they will walk out becoming a high performance team and that is not the case. Learn about the distinction between team building and building high performance teams.

WHY DOES A LEADERSHIP TEAM EXIST_

Why Does a Leadership Team Exist?

The fundamental reason that most leadership teams don’t succeed is that they don’t stop to think about why they exist. The leadership team must discover and declare why it exists in order to truly solve the problems that they need to solve.

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Leadership Team Coaching: From Tyranny to Harmony

Are you recovering from a tyrannical leader? You’re not alone, and your team can heal.

Read our Leadership Team Coaching case study from a global technology company who faced the transfer of a tyrannical leader transforms through conversations.

Converting Gratitude into Appreciation on teams | Team Building San Diego

Converting Gratitude into Appreciation

As a leader, the most powerful tool you have, is to display and have your team members display appreciation habitually. Learn how to transform gratitude into appreciation so your team knows how much you truly care about them.

Simon Leadership Alliance Ranked in San Diego Business Journal’s 2018 Top Executive Training Companies

Simon Leadership Alliance Ranked in San Diego Business Journal’s 2018 Top Executive Training Companies

Simon Leadership Alliance Ranked in San Diego Business Journal’s 2018 Top Executive Training Companies

San Diego, CA | Executive Coaching | What is an executive leadership coach?

What is an Executive Leadership Coach?

What is an executive leadership coach? An executive leadership coach is really that outside observer who calls you out on aligning your words match your behaviors. Learn about what they can do for you.