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  1. Join us on this week’s episode of the Vibrant Leadership Podcast for an illuminating interview with high-performance leadership coach and author Stacey Ashley. Stacey has won multiple awards for her executive coaching services in Australia and around the world, and is a #1 Amazon Best Seller for her leadership books. She is an expert in her field, with 30 years of experience in leadership development.
  2. Stacey Ashley is an Australian high-performance leadership coach who will teach you to how to lead with possibility! We talk in this episode about the difference between mentorship and leadership, how to step into coaching as a leader, and how to ask really good questions to your team.  What is T's Takeaway? "Ask yourself reasonably regularly: what is the most important thing I need to be doing right now?" Follow @tinamblackpmts on Instagram and email tina@tinablack.net.  Join our Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2585105928480173/
  3. Great leaders are defined by the quality of followers they produce who hopefully become great leaders themselves however the greatest of leaders are those who understand the importance of leading themselves first. Let’s talk about it! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
  4. In today's episode of “Why It Works Book review" we speak with leadership expert Stacey Ashley about her book First Lead Yourself, where she shares insights, stories, and practical techniques you can use to unlock your full leadership potential.Contact InfoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/staceyashley/Facebook (business page): https://www.facebook.com/thestaceyashley/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/staceyashleycoaching/website https://ashleycoaching.com.au/Thank you!Joe Kwon, the Connection CounselorTweet me: @cnxcounselorFollow on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/joekwonjoeFacebook: www.facebook.com/joekwonjoeTo join the Unlock U Slack community, where professionals elevate their careers by sharpening their SuperPersonal skills, click: https://www.connectioncounselor.com or https://join.slack.com/t/unlocku/shared_invite/zt-fyldj9yp-ra6hgtoEbhQlZyJ016xBxAEnjoyed this episode? Don't forget to leave a review on: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/why-it-works/id1370415638
  5. A leader might possess the technical know-how, knowledge, and resources to achieve managerial success, but does that make him/her a great leader?  A Big, No!  The one desirable trait you as a leader should possess is the ability to coach your team. You know why? Because when executed correctly, coaching inspires your team members to be self-reliant, discover new things, and have the willingness to perform tasks on their own. The difference between coaching and management comes down to focus. In management, the focus lies in directing your employee on what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. Coaching, on the other hand, is all about collaboration and empowerment.  If you’d want to be an effective leader leading a productive team, you need to answer this all-important question about inspiring or instructing your team members. With us today is a high-performance leadership expert, Stacy Ashley, who’ll discuss all about coaching and how to incorporate coaching into your leadership style.  TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: Getting to know Stacey (01:50) What prompted Stacey to set up her own business (02:20) Working with leaders on leadership styles (03:03) Giving your team the inspiration to come up with productive pathways (04:45) Leading leaders in the right direction (05:28) What leaders need to focus on (06:30) Red Flags that a leader needs help (07:05) Leaders as coaches (09:20) Creating learning opportunities (10:14) Why leaders don’t need to know everything (10:30) Coaching questions (12:30) The power of ‘how can you help’ (13:05) Embracing coaching in your organization (15:10) Moving the responsibilities from the coach to the person being coached (17:11) What you need to unlearn before learning about coaching (19:03) Asking instead of commanding (19:30) How to elevate your listening (20:05) Listen to understand rather than listen to respond (20:39) Top 5 tips for leaders (21:30) Leading yourself before you can lead others (21:50) Why leaders need to be continuously learning (22:10) The need to create more leaders (22:30) Enjoy your leadership (23:15) Importance of leading yourself first (24:10) Lead yourself, then lead your tribe and then lead your world (24:20) Discussion about Stacey’s upcoming book (26:50) www.madeformore.com.au/podcast
  6. How is leading in possibility make sense to you in these relevant times?  Leadership is not just about having a title, it is not even just about having business opportunities. It is about mentoring, coaching, and modeling capacity of leadership for the people around you, in the context you are in, to create more responsible leaders.  Stacey Ashley is a High-Performance Leadership Expert, Speaker, Change & Transformation Leadership Coach, C-Suite Executive Coach, Leadership Development Coach, Mentor, and LinkedIn Top Voices 2018 Awardee  In this episode, Stacey shares about building practical foundations for effective leadership,   getting out of the trenches, to lead strategically and with influence.    What you will learn from this episode:    Learn about why you should Lead in Possibility Discover about the mentoring, coaching, modeling capacity of leadership in order to lead strategically and effectively Learn how to take responsibility for yourself and the people you serve so you can elevate leadership and create more effective leaders     “Leading in possibility is about creating the opportunity for people to actually realize their potential and possibility as well.” - Stacey Ashley     Stacey’s Valuable Free Resource:  Claim your Leadership Performance Boost: www.ashleycoaching.com.au/28days        What you will learn from this episode:   01:46 - What is the essence of leading in possibility?  02:19 - Why leading in possibility is more than just about business opportunities?  03:28 - The idea of elevating the practice of leadership around the world.  04:40 - What could be preventing leaders from doing so much more with what they were set out to do from the start?  05:33 - How are leaders get sucked by the day to day operations?  06:12 - In what forms symptoms of a problem are showing up?  07:15 - What mistakes do her clients commit before working with her?  07:53 - The New Leader: What is this new book all about?  08:24 - Her definition of Leadership.  09:33 - In what capacities are we showing up as leaders?  12:15 - Free actionable tip to help develop one's leadership skills: What is the most important thing for me to be doing right now?  14:06 - For your leadership performance boost, go to www.ashleycoaching.com.au/28days  14:50 - How do you create more leaders?  15:10 - Mentoring, coaching, and modeling: How do they differ?      Key Takeaways:   “Leadership is about the aspiration for yourself and also for the people that you work with and the context of the world in which you work or operate. It's about taking responsibility for yourself and for those that you serve.” - Stacey Ashley  “The practice of leadership needs to elevate so that we can actually take everyone with us and create more leaders, more leadership at a higher level.” - Stacey Ashley  “Leadership is not having a title and there are people reporting to you. I can be an individual and be a leader and show leadership. I can be a thought leader or a portfolio leader or leader of people.” - Stacey Ashley  “Leadership absolutely starts with self. If someone really wants to begin to elevate their leadership and to show leadership to the people around them, so they are growing, start with yourself, understand where your leadership at, where you might have opportunities to develop, and then do that.”- Stacey Ashley    Resources Mentioned: The New Leader: From Team Member to People Leader - A Practical Guide    Connect with Stacey Ashley: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/staceyashley/?originalSubdomain=au AshleyCoaching.com.au: http://ashleycoaching.com.au/  
  7. Join us as Leadership Coach Stacey Ashley reveals why Leaders Create Leaders works
  8. Stacey Ashley is an Amazon best-selling author, four-time Stevie Award-winning coach - including for Coach of the Year 2019, five-time nominee for the Telstra Business Women’s Awards - including 2020, and in 2018 was named as one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices globally.   She is obsessed with leaders having the opportunity to lead. Free Resource - http://bit.ly/28daycoach
  9. Stacey Ashley is an award-winning executive and leadership coach, and author of Amazon best-selling book “The New Leader”. In this podcast, Stacey shares practical tips and insights on leadership, and helping people to grow and be their best, whether they are just starting out as a new leader, or are a seasoned professional. Stacey speaks about first leading and prioritising oneself before you can really help others, the importance of having the “heart raising” conversations with your team, leading with the heart versus head, and the power of mentorship. www.aigroup.com.au
  10. Stacey Ashley is an internationally recognized professional coach and the author of the bestselling book "The New Leader: From Team Member to People Leader - A Practical Guide. Here she discusses here how people should look to work within their zone of genius and how to determine your zone of genius. Stacey also discusses thoughts on staying motivated and dealing with setbacks. She is a remarkable person and coach.
  11. Episode 4 - Coach Training Expert Stacey Ashley I explore the advantages of having your name on the business such as ‘Ashley Consulting’. It allows people to be able to find you very easily. Building a personal connection and building rapport with people is so important with what Stacey does. So having the business name allows her to start building trust straight away. Stacey Ashley helps people discover their potential and their capability through coaching. I talk with Stacey about her company and about positioning herself and her brand. There is always something else you can learn. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
  12. In my first interview with a Telstra Business Awards Nominee, it’s plain to see why Stacey Ashley, Managing Director of Ashley Consulting runs a successful practice that’s sought out by corporates, government agencies and educations institutions.
  13. Co-Authors Charlie Caruso and Stacey Ashley share their thoughts on the differences in leadership style that appeals to Gen Y, about what makes Gen Y different and how businesses need to re-evaluate their operating system or face being left behind.

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