Management

The Habits of Leadership Podcast helps leaders & their teams to thrive, professionally & personally.

Episodes

In this bitesize episode, Dan & Tim discuss the importance of psychological safety and how by showing vulnerability, leaders are able to enhance a sense of psychological safety within their teams. 

You can find out more about Dan's new book, the Act of Leadership by heading over to: https://www.actofleadership.com/

 

Play Now

In this episode, Dan & Tim chat to Ed & Peter Schein about how taking a more 'humble' approach to leadership can boost psychological safety, engagement and performance in your team. 

Ed Schein is Professor Emeritus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management. He is the 2009 recipient of the Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner Award of the Academy of Management, the 2012 recipient of the Life Time Achievement Award from the International Leadership Association, and the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award in Organization Development from the International OD Network.

Peter Schein is a strategy consultant in Silicon Valley.  He provides help to start-ups and expansion-phase technology companies. Peter’s expertise draws on over twenty years of industry experience in marketing and corporate development at technology pioneers.

Their website is http://ocli.org/

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

In this episode Dan sits down with Professor Damian Hughes, co-host of the wildly popular High Performance Podcast. 

Damian was appointed as a Professor of Organisational Psychology and Change for Manchester Metropolitan University in September 2010 and has served as a member of the coaching team for England Rugby League, Scotland Rugby Union and a wide range of international and national sporting teams.

You can find out more about Damian and his work at: http://liquidthinker.com/

Don't forget you can find out more about our work, Habits of Leadership Academy and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

In this episode Dan & Tim chat with the author of Radical Candour, Kim Scott.

Radical Candour offers a very practical lens through which to look at how we give and receive feedback in our relationships, both professional and personal. 

This episode will give you plenty to think about. 

Radical Candour Matrix

Radical Candour Website

Find out more about our Habits of Leadership Academy.

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

 

Play Now

In this episode, Dan sits down with Therese Joyce, a Wellbeing Strategist with Fisher Leadership Consultancy Group. 

Therese has over two decades experience in international management and leading change. She has worked with a diverse range of corporate, education and not-for-profit clients to help deliver creative, evidence-based practical solutions to increase employee engagement and ensure exceptional performance. With a firm commitment to pragmatic real-world application of the science of positive psychology, her expertise lies in driving employee engagement and creating new initiatives for leadership development as well as building a high-performing culture amongst leadership teams and organisations.

Louie Schwartzberg’s Gratitude Talk

Connect with Therese at www.breathingspace.global

Don't forget to check out our Habits of Leadership Academy at: https://habitsofleadership.com/academy/

Find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

In this episode, Dan chats with Jonathan Raymond, the author of Good Authority - How to Become the Leader Your Team is Waiting For.

He shares some of the reason he sees for leaders not being as good as they might be when it comes to holding teams to account, and discusses some simple yet effective strategies to enhance how you can get team members to really "own" their work.

https://academy.refound.com/

https://refound.com/

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

In this episode, Tim Perkins sits down with Rachael Robertson, the author of Respect Trumps Harmony and discusses why teams that strive for harmony sometimes miss out on the benefits of constructive conflict. 

You can get a copy of Rachael's Book here. 

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

In this episode Dan & Tim answer questions from our listening community, exploring issues like:

1. What's the difference between a leader & an administrator?

2. Who's best placed to make decisions that affect the 'front-line'?

3. How can you inspire and motivate people who are already overwhelmed? 

4. Are yoga & mindfulness enough to tackle toxic cultures?

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

In this episode, Dan chats with Professor Amy Edmondson from Harvard Business School about the importance of Psychological Safety. 

If you do not feel safe in a group, you are likely to keep ideas to yourself and avoid speaking up, even about risks. Furthermore, if mistakes are held against you, you then look to avoid making mistakes and so stop taking risks, rather than making the most out of your talents. Low psychological safety, therefore, gets in the way of both team performance, innovation, learning, and personal success.

Find out more about Amy's work at the Harvard Business School here.

You can grab a copy of the Fearless Organisation here.

An exploration of the Volkswagen scandal can be found here. 

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

In this episode Dan Haesler & Tim Perkins address questions from our listening community that explore:

How do I help my team develop resilience? 

How do we manage boundaries in small communities or when we are now leading our friends?

How do we nurture the energy and enthusiasm of our new young recruits?

How do we create a culture of coaching? 

Resources mentioned during the show:

Option B by Sheryl Sandberg

The Resilience Project by Hugh van Cuylenburg

The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier

The Advice Trap by Michael Bungay Stanier

How to Lead Peers Article

Episode 363 of the Coaching for Leaders Podcast with Ed Shein on Humble Leadership

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

And please don't forget to like, comment, share & subscribe!

Play Now

Load more

Podbean App

Play this podcast on Podbean App