Category: Team-anywhere-podcast

how to master conflict from anywhere conflict resolution team anywhere leadership podcast episode 13

How to Master Conflict From Anywhere | Workplace Conflict Management

Today on Team Anywhere, we interview Dr. Liane Davey, to learn how to master remote conflict. Known as the Water Cooler Psychologist, Liane is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review and frequently called on by media outlets for her experience on leadership, team effectiveness, and productivity.

A conflict-avoider herself, (well she is Canadian,) Liane has dedicated her life to helping individuals and teams master conflict. Liane is a New York Times Bestselling author of three books, including The Good Fight: Use Productive Conflict to Get Your Team and Your Organization Back on Track.

How to partner with your employees team anywhere leadership podcast episode 12

How to Partner with Our Employees to Build Trust

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.

how to ask questions to get to the best solutions team anywhere leadership podcasts episode 11

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.

how to unlock potential team anywhere leadership podcast episode 9

How to Unlock Hidden Potential

How do you unlock the potential of your remote team? Phil says you can start by throwing the word “human capital” out of your tool box. He believes that to unlock potential, we need to remember the human element that goes beyond pulse surveys and comes back to simply asking people what they think.

How to honor peoples emotions team anywhere leadership podcast episode 8

How to Be More Empathetic: Honor People’s Emotions

In today’s episode of Team Anywhere we interview Brian Fox, Founder and CEO of Nimble Learning Strategies. Brian uses many of the principles of Improv to honor people’s emotions since attention, connection, and acceptance are crucial especially right now

One of the most important rules of Improv is to Accept whatever is happening, whatever it is.  In today’s challenging environment, the greatest thing a leader or team member can do is to accept and connect to what is going on with everyone else on the other side of the screen and to demonstrate empathy.

How to Demonstrate Empathy Team Anywhere leadership podcast episode 7

How to Demonstrate Empathy

Cindy Zhou, Chief Marketing Officer at LogRhythm, shares how to demonstrate empathy and tips on agile marketing and organizational culture.

Cindy Zhou, Chief Marketing Officer at LogRhythm, is based in Boulder, Colorado and leads a team around the globe. Cindy led teams as an executive at IMB and has worked with startups. Cindy talks about utilizing the principles of Agile by having a daily standup and doing a lot of skip level one-on-ones. Through Cindy’s interview you’ll find how to be a more connected, trusting and vulnerable leader as you “team from anywhere.

how to create intentional meetings team anywhere leadership podcast episode 6

How to Create Intentional Meetings

How to create intentional meetings with Bryan Ware. Bryan is the Assistant Director for cybersecurity at CISA and was the CEO at both Digital Sandbox and Haystax.

In this new world of remote teams, Bryan emphasizes the importance of transparency, intention, and over-communicating. He states that the most important thing you can have in a highly effective team is news traveling fast, especially bad news. Bryan encourages relooking at how, where, and when to have specific meetings. He has implemented senior leadership team on-sites where decision-makers get together (with safety precautions honored) to re-engage the strategy, engage in conflict, and to hold each other accountable.

Bryan notes that charisma is not going to take you as far as it would have Pre-COVID. We use the same camera to speak to our family, friends and leaders. Your team is looking for humility, empathy, trustworthiness and thoughtfulness. Leaders will need to spend the time to be intentional, effective, and really caring.

How to build engagement team anywhere leadership podcast episode 5

How to Build Employee Engagement

Rachel Casanova, Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield, focuses on workplace innovation by helping business owners maximize the experience of their unique culture by leveraging their real estate, whether it is at the office, the home, the hub, or any combination in between.

how to be an authentic leader team anywhere leadership podcast episode 4

How to be an Authentic Leader

How to be an Authentic Leader with Jonathan Aberman.

In this episode, Jonathan shares an underlying theme of servant leadership and using the strategy as teams tackle challenging problems like transferring to a virtual work environment and dealing with despair.

Jonathan explains the importance of not letting technology work against you as you lead your virtual team. His secret to leading a virtual team is giving autonomy and expecting accountability. He points out two qualities in highly effective leaders which is empathy, and self-awareness.

He shares how asking yourself and your team one question can give you incredible feedback in leading through tough times.