Everyone has mindless behaviors – the things we do without thinking about it. A lot of times, these behaviors have no impact on others and are typically part of our individuality. But what about the behaviors that get in our way?
When it comes to leadership, we know all about growth mindset and why it’s important. But what about vulnerability? There’s a negative connotation to the word for many people who think that being vulnerable is a bad thing. But today’s guest shows how being vulnerable is courageous and absolutely necessary in strong leadership.
Today’s guest is Zander Sprague, in-demand public speaker and author of Epic Begins with 1 Step Forward: How to Plan, Achieve, and Enjoy the Journey. He joins the Winning Teams Podcast today to discuss what it means to have an epic idea and more importantly how you go about achieving what epic means to you. There is a difference between an intention, a goal, and a dream and knowing how to trust your process could get you exactly where you dream to be.
Today’s guest on The Winning Teams Podcast is Carol Schultz. Carol is the founder and CEO of an organization called Vertical Elevation. Vertical Elevation is a talent equity and leadership and coaching advisory firm specializing in strategic business planning, leadership development, and career coaching. By tackling the root causes of high employee turnover and low workplace morale, Vertical Elevation motivates and inspires their clients to create and sustain a healthy talent-centric company that runs at maximum efficiency.
Both Carol and David are two of the world’s top coaches and their work is profound. In this episode, we discuss the importance of leadership in today’s world but we take an even closer look at making sure the leaders we have are making the right decisions and the winning moves in real time. They share a lot of tools that will help you do just that and to use and validate your instinct.
In a world where we focus primarily on failure, how can we shift focus to success and opportunity? Mark Monchek has taken his own opportunity and developed a process for organizations to develop a culture of opportunity for individual team members and for the greater good of the whole team.