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.

A Leader’s Guide to Using the Human-Centric Leadership Model

Leaders often struggle when leading organizations in the hybrid-virtual working environment. Team members get less engaged because leaders unknowingly fall into the trap of micromanaging in virtual situations. With that being said, leaders should take into consideration the underlying emotions and psychology of team members and not treat them like a replaceable cog in the machine.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Eleni Pallas, Executive coach and Champion of Human-Centric Leading of Leaders For Good. Today’s topics are locked-in on the 5 lenses of the Human-Centric Leadership Model which are: mindset, context, emotions, needs, and wisdom which will greatly help manage team members as they Team Anywhere.

Creating Noteworthy Meeting Experiences for Remote Teams Using Fathom

The use of Zoom spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic allowing organizations to have meetings virtually. Studies have shown that team members take notes in meetings, but only 10%-15% of the meeting content is considered noteworthy. Leaders and team members now have the option to use digital solutions that capture pertinent content and translate it into dynamic and effective content.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Richard White, Founder & CEO at Today’s topics include how Richard built his company from the ground up, actionable tips for good leadership in the virtual world, and noteworthy meeting experiences using the Fathom app so that you can Team Anywhere.

A Leader’s Magic Formula to Stimulate Organizational Change

Implementing organizational change has been a part of leadership textbooks and conferences for a long time. Best practices for organization change have risen to an all time high because of COVID and the cascading shifts throughout the work world. Many leaders become frustrated when they feel they “keep pulling the levers for change but nothing really ever happens.” With that being said, leaders are seeking ways to support the engagement, focus, and motivation of teams.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Mike Mears, retired CIA HR Chief and CEO of Mears Consulting. Mike explores an approach that stimulates organizational change by using a “magic brain visualization formula” –a process that utilizes insight prompts to foster “aha” moments for team members as they Team Anywhere.

Eliminating Uncertainty in Organizations Using the Big 6 Leadership Principles

For the past 2 years, the work world has experienced chaos and uncertainty because of the pandemic and the Great Resignation. Leaders struggle with team members who are less confident and engaged in the workplace. Consequently, leaders are developing and adopting new solutions to manage the virtual and hybrid space.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Robert Mixon, Senior Executive Leader and Founding Partner of Level Five Associates and Co-author of the best-selling book on Amazon, Cows in the Living Room: Developing an Effective Strategic Plan and Sustaining It. Today’s topic is focused on the following Big 6 Leadership principles: set the azimuth; listen; trust and empower; do the right things when no one is looking; when in charge, take charge; and balance the personal and professional. These six principles will help team members deal with chaos and uncertainty inside the organization as they Team Anywhere.

Leadership Techniques for Raising Energy Levels in Hybrid Work Teams

Employee engagement has become front and center for many companies these days. With the hybrid work setup and the ever-rising attrition rates from quitting employees, leaders must be able to properly balance bottom-line concerns with team member flexibility and needs.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Rebecca Ahmed, CEO of Energetic Impact. Today’s topics are focused on fostering energy and vigor in teams. Rebecca covers the seven levels of energy required to raise energy levels in hybrid teams and allow them to Team Anywhere.

Building High-Performance Hybrid Work Teams Using the 3S’s Framework

Because they tend to focus on bottom-line results, some leaders overlook the importance of engaging with team members and taking the time to understand their individual strengths and motivators. However, since the pandemic and the Great Resignation, employees have more leverage in choosing the kind of company they want to work for. This new dynamic is forcing leaders to create cultures that foster employee growth and welfare.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Alena Sviderskaia, leadership coach and facilitator in her own company, Alena Sviderskaia Coaching & Consulting. Today’s topics are focused on building high-performance hybrid work teams using the 3S’s (synergy, support and sense of fairness) framework, drafting team guidelines, establishing clarity on working agreements, and developing effective techniques to 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.

Implementing Core Values and A Conducive Culture for Virtual Teams

Leaders have the tendency to overlook the company’s core values posted in their walls orwebsite. What they did not realize is that implementing those core values will greatly improve an organization’s productivity, employee engagement, motivation, client attraction, and client retention. Implementation of the core values is also vital in creating the company culture that a leader envisions.

In today’s podcast episode, we interview Marc Reifenrath, Founder and CEO of Spinutech, a national digital marketing agency which is included in USA’s top 500 high-growth companies. Today’s topics are focused on implementing company core values, creating a conducive work culture through feedback, focusing on team members’ growth every single day as they Team Anywhere.

Company Rituals in Creating Positive Work Culture

Being a leader in a remote work environment is not just a walk in the park. It takes a lot of learning and dedication to improve a company’s work policies, promote a positive work culture, and foster employee engagement, motivation and retention.

In today’s episode we interview David Garcia, CEO of Scout Logic. Today’s topics are locked-in on the design and application of effective company rituals that support an organization’s human spirit, lead to immediate problem solving and conflict resolution, build connections, and allow employees to Team Anywhere.