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In today's episode Dan chats with Cheri Torres and Jackie Stavros. Cheri is CEO and lead catalyst of Collaborative by Design, a consulting firm that helps organizations improve performance, retain talent, and transform communication and culture, whilst Jackie is a professor at the College of Business and Information Technology, Lawrence Technological University, and an Appreciative Inquiry advisor at the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry.

This conversation explores how Appreciative Inquiry can be used to create much better conversations, both in groups and one-on-one.

If you find the conversation useful, you should register for their free upcoming webinar here.

You can also learn more about the book, and access some useful resources at: https://conversationsworthhaving.today/

If you're interested in checking out the Habits of Leadership Academy, or would like to get in touch with any questions, comments or suggestions for guests, then please head over to: https://habitsofleadership.com/

 

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In this episode Dan chats with Holly Ransom, the author of The Leading Edge, in which she helps people harness their potential to lead by asking better questions, thinking beyond biased answers, and build collective momentum for change. In The Leading Edge, Holly brings the real-world leadership lessons of so many diverse thinkers and pioneers she’s met to the fore.

You can find out more about Holly and the book at: https://hollyransom.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/

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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/

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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/

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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/

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In this episode Dan talks with Dr Barbara Watterston about her new book Step In, Step Up - Empowering Women for the School Leadership Journey. 

In a profession where the overwhelming majority of teachers are female, why is there a disproportionate amount of male school leaders? 

In this chat Dr Watterston explores some of the barriers women face as well as some suggestions as to how individuals and schools can address this. 

Dr Watterston is an advocate for women in leadership. She sees the lack of representation of women in leadership roles as missing out on the incredible potential of women to influence and positively impact reforms and outcomes. She has been recognised for her contribution to leadership and professional learning. She was the inaugural recipient of the Women of Achievement Award (Western Australia, 2005), is an honorary fellow of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education and is a national fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Leaders. Her expertise is regularly sought out to contribute in an advisory capacity as a member of numerous university, departmental, school and professional boards.

Her book Step In, Step Up - Empowering Women for the School Leadership Journey is available at: https://www.hbe.com.au/barbara-watterston.html

And you can follow her on Twitter at: @BarbKW

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