Tag: Empathy

Leadership Strategies for Eliminating Workplace Fear

Team members are often afraid of one thing: screwing up in their job. Ironically, team members fear losing their jobs and leaders fear losing their best team members! With that being said, leaders should focus on implementing organizational policies that eradicate fear and build trust.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Steve Prentice, speaker, journalist, university lecturer and author of the book, The Future of Workplace Fear: How Human Reflex Stands in the Way of Digital Transformation. Today’s topics focus on how fear can become a driving force behind emotions and actions, how leaders can empathize and talk about fear with team members, and how using a specific style of individualized management can improve employee engagement in today’s rapidly changing workplace as team members Team Anywhere.

Team Anywhere Toolkit #2: Keys to Create A Working Environment of Empathy and Genuine Connection

In this special episode of Team Anywhere, Mitch and Ginny recap lessons they have learned from previous podcast guests and well-known leadership personalities, and share insights and tools that can be immediately put to use. Dubbed as the “Team Anywhere Toolkit,” this guide provides leaders with actionable items that can truly impact their organization as they team anywhere.

In the second Team Anywhere Toolkit, Mitch and Ginny discussed the important tips to create a working environment of empathy and how to create genuine connection with team members. These actionable tips are based on their research data, leadership concepts derived from Brené Brown, Sara Noll Wilson, Marcus Buckingham and previous podcast guests.

arts-based-virtual-team-building-activities-for-an-innovative-remote-team-

Arts Based Virtual Team Building Activities For An Innovative Remote Team

Can you teach collaboration, empathy, creativity and transparency in the virtual world? Sure, you can teach it but it won’t change behavior. To change your behavior you and your team must immerse yourselves in creative experiences. On today’s podcast, Dr. Fred Mandell and Harvey Seifter, founders of Futures that Work, demonstrate how to build the competencies required to succeed in the two dimensional zoom world by engaging our team in the three dimensional worlds of art and science.

How to Make Empathy Your Business

Make Empathy your business with Wayne Tarken and Stephen Hart. Wayne Tarken and Stephen Hart are agile practitioners, seasoned educators and experts on building agile HR organizations to transform workplaces. They focus on the application of Agile as a means to manage complex problems that HR leaders face and gain traction in their implementation.

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.