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Did you know that making and maintaining strategic relationships can cause exponential growth in your learning and working abilities? In this episode, I talk with executive coach and author David Nour, who specializes in innovation through rela
Happy New Year! The last two years haven’t been easy for most of us, but it looks like the coronavirus is here to stay, so it’s time for you and me to design our lives and careers, instead of putting things on hold… In this episode, I review my
Are you impatient and always looking to do more? It’s my case. I had an amazing conversation about that with the coach, author, and design leader Tutti Taygerly. Both Tutti and I are super achievers. If you feel this way as well, this podcast i
I met up with Jyotsna Ramachandran, Author Success Coach, to talk about concrete steps you can take to finally become a best-selling author! And spoiler alert: those steps aren’t too difficult at all. So tune in to find out if you got what it t
How can YOU make your team dream big? I often get that questions asked by managers, and after spending some time researching, I identified 11 barriers that prevent teams from thinking big. Tune in to find out what they are and how you can overc
What’s the one trick any leader can benefit the most from? Instead of focussing on leadership subjects or personal development, I want to share what I think is the best skill any leader can master! In fact, I’m even writing a book about the top
We are now living in the era of great resignation, where a huge number of people are thinking about changing jobs since they have come in touch with their mortality and fragility during the pandemic. In this podcast episode, I talk with Tony Ma
There is one investment that every successful person makes in their life. It’s an investment that only a few truly make. If you want to know what it is, tune in to find out!RELEVANT LINKS:Our leadership programhttps://www.qileader.com/qileader-
It’s been 18 months since many of us are working from home and it looks like that the old days of full-time office working are behind us. Many organizations have adapted themselves very well from a technological point of view, but still are mis
Ever feel like you don’t belong at work? As if you were different from your colleagues? LaTonya Wilkins - an executive, and team coach - helps organizations create cultures of belonging. She will explain how companies can create a belonging cul
During the pandemic, we have come through a big working shift. Productivity has risen in most companies since people worked from home, but the engagement towards company culture has decreased. Many organizations are now rethinking the way of wo
We all experience it at some point. Utter powerlessness.It happens from time to time and can make you feel lost and angry. So how do you shift from feeling powerless to feeling empowered? That’s what I will talk about with Tina Frey in this epi
In today’s podcast, we will give you a couple of tips and tricks in order for you to become more truthful, as honesty in large or small organizations is a key element to becoming successful. Together with Ron Carucci, we discuss what prevents l
This episode will help you to transition from being overwhelmed to being focused using meditation. With everything going on in our fast-changing world, especially with all the adaptations everyone had to make during this pandemic, dealing with
Why is curiosity so important? How can you get it? And what are the biggest curiosity killers?  In today’s podcast, I am discussing the importance of curiosity in our VUCA world, together with Dr. Alison Horstmeyer. Tune in to find out!RELEVANT
Claire is a senior leader at Procter & Gamble. She has been very successful in the past, but last year, like everyone else, she had to deal with the COVID crisis. In today’s podcast, she shares what she went through, how she tackled the problem
No one can deny it: in today’s fast-changing and challenging world, problems have become so complex that we need large cooperative teams to solve them. In order to achieve that, everyone, no matter what kind of expertise one has, has to develop
Don’t you find it annoying when your boss micromanages you? When do they tell you exactly what you should do and how you should do it instead of trusting you? In this podcast episode, I will give you a couple of tips to handle micromanagers, so
Today, I had an awesome conversation with Jeffrey Hull. As a part of the Institute of Coaching of Harvard, he’s done a lot of research about coaching and the science of coaching. Through that research, he noticed a great shift in leadership sty
Working agile has become incredibly important nowadays. But many leaders who work agile, still haven’t figured out how to handle screw-ups correctly. In today’s podcast, I will give you a few tips on how to handle mistakes and even turning them
If you want to become the leader and person you’ve always wanted to be, there are some tricks you can use to achieve that goal. In today’s podcast, I talk with fellow leader Federico Heine and we share the number one secret to becoming a better
When I face a big challenge that makes me feel bad, I want to escape that feeling at all cost. And sometimes, I then act from a place of fear, of anger, of sadness, of resignation instead of responding from a place of love or with actions align
Every time we reach a new level of personal growth in our lives, there always seems to come to a new challenge to throw you off. We feel uncomfortable faced with these challenges and we hate the twisted feeling in our body that comes with it. T
I had a great conversation with international keynote speaker, coach, and author Rik Vera where we talked about tips to reinvent your organization and what type of leader you should become to successfully do that. We talk about handling turbule
In 2020, life, as we knew it, changed drastically and it had a huge impact on workers. People work more, poor mental health emerged for a quarter of workers and 26% of the deadlines were missed each week. Working remotely has had its toll, yet
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