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Are you tired all the time? Do you feel lethargic or apathetic? Are you short with your team? Have you started to wonder if your depressed or something is wrong physically......the answer, is probably no. In this episode I talk to Psychologist, Jeff Sych on how you stay healthy on the job in challenging times from the firehall to the board room this is an episode you are not going to want to miss. You as a leader have had do almost everything differently today than you did two years ago. Your team has had to do everything differently. Let's take a moment to step back, take a deep breathe (actually do this) and release....now lets see what we can do about regaining our locus of control. In this episode we start to unpack: ✔️Burnout vs Cumulative Stress ✔️How to manage your way through crisis instead of trying to solve it ✔️Leaders are not immune to personal stress and that's okay ✔️Don't pass the water station - you need it ✔️Things that used to be water off a ducks back are now sticking points ✔️Technology has allowed us to do our jobs but made us more disconnected ✔️It's okay to disconnect - Turn Off devices: Leading by example ✔️The leaders that we remember are relationship leaders not task leaders ✔️You are not going to change the culture till you change the climate Disclaimer: I'm not a doctor or psychologist, psychiatrist or any type of medical professional, and this video should not be construed as medical advice or guidance. I'm just a guy with 30+ years of crisis leadership, disaster and emergency management and corporate project management experience that has worked in and survived some of the most difficult and complex situations and I'm here to confirm for you, you have a right to be tired.....accept it, acknowledge it and lets have a chat about how we can get ourselves and our teams through this.
Yes! You are now at the top. All those things you aspired to do for years you can do with no one in your way. You're the nice person, you can focus more, less paperwork, and so on....SO WRONG. Here's a reality check for you, actually 10 reasons why leadership can suck, and just like adulting is hard so is leadership! In this episode of Leadership Unscripted I'm going to give you some of the hard truths and factual info that if you don't actually do when you become the leader, as well intentioned as it might be, can actually do more harm than good to you, your team, your leader and those under your leadership and guidance. Here are some of the highlights of 10 reasons why leadership can suck......warning #truthbombs inside: 💥 You now get a masters in going to meetings 💥 You can't say what you are actually thinking, you are expected to have emotional intelligence at this stage 💥 You don't get to be the fun person all the time, YOU own unpopular decisions and difficult conversations 💥 You are accountable for ALL the things not just what's directly in front of you 💥 Your boundaries that you are so proud of......GONE 💥 It's inconvenient 💥 You just can't make decisions outside of work hours any longer 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
Not once in all my years of leading people have I ever asked someone what type of management is needed for you to feel supported and the answer was micromanagement. Have you? Probably not. But here's the thing, micromanagement is out there, in epic proportions. If you want to lose high performers on your team instead of retaining them, than micromanagement is the skillset you need, it will happen fast. In this video we talk about the 4 reasons why micromanagement is way worse than you think. Things that are so detrimental to you and your team, you both LOSE. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
#entrepreneurialleadership #makinganimpact #sustainableimpact #consciousleadership Have you ever thought businesses make the world a better place? That they influence positive change? Or do you think they are just out to make the almighty dollar, drive luxury vehicles and take beach holidays? Well in this special episode I sit Alex Brueckmann, founder of the Free Summit, Legacy: The Premiere Strategic Business Event (Feb 1-3/22, brueckmann.ca/daryl) entrepreneur extraordinaire and humble as they come to talk about conscious leadership for entrepreneurs: if we don't care for each other who will. Alex talks about his experience as an entrepreneur and the generosity of thousands who have made and continue to make a huge impact to millions of people globally through their generosity. Highlights: ✨ As entrepreneurs we have voices and we can lead to positive change ✨ Stakeholder capitalism is alive and well ✨ Not only how to do well, but to do good ✨ Conscious leaders for entrepreneurs ✨ Become curious - you don't have to have all the solutions but educate yourself and be curious ✨ Surround yourself with likeminded individuals ✨ Give back; build a legacy ✨ The most valuable give back an entrepreneur can afford is time 👉 LEGACY: The Premier Strategic Business Event: FREE Registration: brueckmann.ca/daryl
In this episode I'm joined by CEO of D4H Robin Blatchford for a discussion on mission critical steps of how to implement a fully distributed workforce successfully and what he sees as what's to come with hybrid workforce challenges. There is so much gold in this episode you will want to watch till the end.....find links below to all the tools Robin has used in moving his workforce to be fully distributed and his prediction of the future of in office, remote, hybrid and fully distributed workforce models. Highlights: 💥 Defining workforce models: In Office, Remote, Hybrid and Fully Distributed 💥 The Inequalities of Hybrid Workforce 💥 In Person Retreats: No Work Just Social 💥 Managing Fully Distributed Teams 💥 Stop micromanaging minutes and start measuring outputs 💥 Tools to Implement a Fully Distributed Workforce Successful and How to Use Them 💥 Stop The Insanity of Virtual Meetings - Be Intentional - How To Set Up 💥 How To Care For The Team When They Are Anywhere in the World 💥 Expectations, Clarity & Processes 💥 Your Responsibility As A Leader https://d4h.com https://basecamp.com/ https://www.gitbook.com/ handbook https://distributed.blog/podcast/ 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
Being a leader is a lot like being a parent.....Wait, say what!? Do you want to have a GREAT team or a bratty team? If you're the fun leader ALL the time you WILL have the latter and funny leadership are not always effective. What Daryl? In this episode we discuss the top reasons why fun leaders are NOT always effective leaders and why fun leaders often struggle. Being a leader comes with responsibility, yup I know, no one likes adulting but that's the honest truth. There are tough things that leaders need to do and it's not fun and games all the time. Difficult conversations, performance management, administrative tasks, budget. etc... there are always tough decisions to be made and no matter what trickery you use there are always team members that struggle. Unfortunately there is no silver bullet to being an effective leader, but there are things you can do to find the balance....an remember don't be a task master, but don't be just the fun leader either. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
Today we are discussing the 5 Traits of Positive Leaders You Want to Know and how they lead. I often get asked, Daryl, what traits make a good leader? In this quick video I will walk you through the five traits (plus a bonus) of what I feel they need and have observed in some of the best leaders I have worked with .in my 30+ years of crisis leadership.
There is an empathy crisis happening globally right now. Did you know that 33% of people cannot see the viewpoint of others? Empathy can be seen as a five letter word to some people, but to Empathy Activist Rob Volpe Empathy is the "E" word. When people think about being empathetic they get scared, confused, frustrated or don't understand. They think they have to give up their own beliefs system to be empathetic. NOT TRUE! Empathy is about understanding the gap between what is going on with another person and yourself and provides the opportunity to compromise, collaboration, and work toward solution and resolution. Simply said, empathy can be defined in two words: understanding and connection. This episode is jammed packed with tips, tactics, examples and explanation you won't want to miss! Highlights: The difference between Sympathy and Empathy: Sympathy is a feeling FOR someone, that can create a power dynamic (not always in a bad way). Empathy is a feeling with someone, to be able to feel what the other is feeling and truly understand what is happening for that person at that moment in time. Cognitive Empathy and Why it is important in the workplace: stepping into someone else's shoes to understand where they are coming from and figuring out how you can co-exist In Rob's new book, Tell Me More About That: Solving The Empathy Crisis, he provides the exact 5 Steps to Being Empathetic in life, at work and as a leader: 1. Dismantle Judgement - Self Awareness 2. Asking Good Questions - Tell Me More About That 3. Actively Listen - Be Present 4. Integrating Into Your Understanding - Put Your Own Perspective Aside 5. Using Solution Imagination - Putting Yourself Into The Shoes Of Somebody Else To pre-order/order a copy of the book: 5stepstoempathy.com or wherever books are sold. Available in hard/soft copy, audio and digital. Where to find Rob: www.5stepstoempathy.com LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rmvolpe/ IG; @empathyactivist Twitter: @ rmvolpe TikTok: @empathyactivist
Ever wanted to know why your team doesn’t come to you when there are challenges, team engagement is low, and output is even lower? You may just be a toxic leader, in this episode you will see toxic boss signs and ways to avoid them. No one ever sets out to be an a-hole, bully, demanding, micro-manger and non-empathetic you say……WELLL yes, some do, and some believe that behavior works, and they are the best leader ever, unfortunately they also promote a toxic work environment. Often signs and symptoms of toxic leadership comes with being an inexperienced leader that has had little leadership training or leadership training gone wrong and they end up being a toxic manager at work. So, if YOU aspire to be a toxic boss or a bad boss, get little respect from your team, have high staff turnover, promote a bad work environment, and just overall be a toxic manager, this episode is for you. I am going to give you a complete roadmap to being a toxic boss: 5 steps to take now. Good news though, if you don’t want to be a toxic boss, this episode is ALSO for YOU as you will learn exactly what you DON’T want to do, and if you recognize some or all of these 5 tactics, it’s okay, you are in the right place! Hit the like and subscribe button above so that together we can flip the script and create the leader you want to be. In an upcoming episode we will discuss how to be the leader you want to be. If you want to learn how to deal with a toxic boss, check out some of my other videos where you will see training, advice and words of wisdom from industry experts. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack
Watch Part 1 Here: https://youtu.be/W81tPYsN4YE The leader of today, recognizes that the "busy" leader is NOT the effective leader. The effective leader will trust the team, delegate appropriately and empower the team to make decisions AND make mistakes. Strong leaders will observe and support and recognize the team is normally one step ahead of them. In this interview and leadership training from the Leading Through Chaos Summit, Tom Miner shares his experience of leading teams during crisis and emergencies and how to lead effectively after leading in less than normal circumstances in 2020 & 2021. "We must take the normal business model and scrap it" what used to work is not going to work anymore. Leaders must be agile and able to pivot quickly to stay relevant. If we take care of the people, they will take care of the business. Tom retired from Pierce County after 27 years with the Sheriff’s department and 7 years with the Pierce County Department of Emergency Management. While with the Sheriff’s department he was responsible for all search and rescue activity in the county, responding to hundreds of SAR missions throughout the region and representing law enforcement in the county EOC during disaster operations. Tom left the Sheriff’s department as a Major in 2003 to join PCDEM as the Program Manager for Washington States US&R Task Force, (WATF 1) part of FEMA’s National Urban Search and Rescue program. Tom has served as a US&R Task Force Leader and is a member of the FEMA Incident Support Team (IST) and was the White Incident Support Team leader from 2010 to December 2014. He has responded to a long list of emergencies and disasters to include 1994 Northridge Earthquake, the Oklahoma City Bombing, 9/11 at ETC & the Pentagon, Shuttle Columbia search & 9 hurricanes including Katrina & Irma (Puerto Rico) 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
Jamie Coutts, Host of Podcast, Growing Up Fire and one of the stars of Discovery Channel's Hellfire Hero's,28 years in the fire service, Jamie discusses with me the different types of stress that you encounter in leading teams during crisis, things you think of and things you don't that you should. Jamie discusses the critical leadership tactics when you really have to think outside the box, and recognize nothing you learned in the books will help you at the moment in time. Step back, evaluate the situation and make a plan of action to protect the lives and safety of the people in the community and your team. Since retirement from the fire service, Jamie works in private industry and continues to lead but in a different way. In this interview he reflects on leading teams during unprecedented times and offers the tried and tested methods he used while leading the Slave Lake firefighters (volunteer and paid) during a fire that destroyed most of the Town. One of the most important decisions he made and still stands by today, was recognizing the human side of leadership and that he is leading people first, and the human side of crisis can be worse than the actual event. The fire fighters he was leading were not only fighting to save the town, but also dealing with loss of their homes, distraught and scared family members and emotions were running high. As a leader he had to give permission to the team to take care of themselves and their family despite the numerous fires burning around them. Those things still hold true today, regardless of the situation, you need to recognize the people, the stress they are not saying and adapt your plan. Jamie provides insights on prioritizing tasks and supporting teams while working remotely and how he would monitor for continued high performance. In crisis and unfamiliar situations humans have a tendency to say no first; Jamie says we need to start with yes and then figure out the how later, the how does not need to be perfect we just need to do something. This philosophy holds true in our current environment, if we were to ask business owners and corporations about having all of their staff working from home prior to 2020 it would have been a resounding no, yet for the most part we've done it, has it been perfect, no, but we continue to refine and move forward each time we are thrown a curve ball. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
#leadership #communication #teamleadership #lessonsfromafirechief Jamie Coutts, Host of Podcast, Growing Up Fire and one of the stars of Discovery Channel's Hellfire Hero's shares lessons from being a new Fire Chief during one of Canada's largest disasters the 2011 Slave Lake Fires which swept through the community destroying almost everything in it's path. Now retired, Jamie shares his experience leading many teams over his 28 years in the fire service. Jamie discusses with me the different types of stress that you encounter in leading teams during crisis, things you think of and things you don't that you should. Jamie discusses the critical leadership tactics when you really have to think outside the box, and recognize nothing you learned in the books will help you at the moment in time. Step back, evaluate the situation and make a plan of action to protect the lives and safety of the people in the community and your team. Since retirement from the fire service, Jamie works in private industry and continues to lead but in a different way. In this interview he reflects on leading teams during unprecedented times and offers the tried and tested methods he used while leading the Slave Lake firefighters (volunteer and paid) during a fire that destroyed most of the Town. One of the most important decisions he made and still stands by today, was recognizing the human side of leadership and that he is leading people first, and the human side of crisis can be worse than the actual event. The fire fighters he was leading were not only fighting to save the town, but also dealing with loss of their homes, distraught and scared family members and emotions were running high. As a leader he had to give permission to the team to take care of themselves and their family despite the numerous fires burning around them. Those things still hold true today, regardless of the situation, you need to recognize the people, the stress they are not saying and adapt your plan. Jamie provides insights on prioritizing tasks and supporting teams while working remotely and how he would monitor for continued high performance. In crisis and unfamiliar situations humans have a tendency to say no first; Jamie says we need to start with yes and then figure out the how later, the how does not need to be perfect we just need to do something. This philosophy holds true in our current environment, if we were to ask business owners and corporations about having all of their staff working from home prior to 2020 it would have been a resounding no, yet for the most part we've done it, has it been perfect, no, but we continue to refine and move forward each time we are thrown a curve ball. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
The leader of today, recognizes that the "busy" leader is NOT the effective leader. The effective leader will trust the team, delegate appropriately and empower the team to make decisions AND make mistakes. Strong leaders will observe and support and recognize the team is normally one step ahead of them. In this interview and leadership training from the Leading Through Chaos Summit, Tom Miner shares his experience of leading teams during crisis and emergencies and how to lead effectively after leading in less than normal circumstances in 2020 & 2021. "We must take the normal business model and scrap it" what used to work is not going to work anymore. Leaders must be agile and able to pivot quickly to stay relevant. If we take care of the people, they will take care of the business. Tom retired from Pierce County after 27 years with the Sheriff’s department and 7 years with the Pierce County Department of Emergency Management. While with the Sheriff’s department he was responsible for all search and rescue activity in the county, responding to hundreds of SAR missions throughout the region and representing law enforcement in the county EOC during disaster operations. Tom left the Sheriff’s department as a Major in 2003 to join PCDEM as the Program Manager for Washington States US&R Task Force, (WATF 1) part of FEMA’s National Urban Search and Rescue program. Tom has served as a US&R Task Force Leader and is a member of the FEMA Incident Support Team (IST) and was the White Incident Support Team leader from 2010 to December 2014. He has responded to a long list of emergencies and disasters to include 1994 Northridge Earthquake, the Oklahoma City Bombing, 9/11 at ETC & the Pentagon, Shuttle Columbia search & 9 hurricanes including Katrina & Irma (Puerto Rico) 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
You don't need to have a badge, title or be branded the leader to be a hero. In this episode I talk to Suzanne Bernier, a former journalist and government press secretary, and is now a multi-certified, award-winning and internationally-recognized crisis management consultant, speaker and author, who has helped governments, communities and companies plan for, respond to, or recover from disasters for over twenty years. According to Suzanne, for every disaster reported in the media, there are thousands of inspiring and uplifting stories we don’t ever hear about. Disaster Heroes seeks to change this by highlighting and empowering helpers and heroes from around the world to make a difference following disasters. Known internationally for the book, Disaster Heroes - Invisible Champions of Help, Hope and Healing tells the stories of ordinary men, women, and children who have done remarkable things to help respond, recover, and rebuild following some of the world’s most significant modern disasters. Disaster Heroes focuses on everyday people – the hidden heroes – whose bravery and compassion seemingly arrived out of nowhere. Many of these uplifting stories cross cultures, countries, and continents, highlighting the fact there are no borders when it comes to helping others. To Learn more about Suzanne and the amazing work she does you can find her here: https://www.suzannebernier.com/ If you would like to know more about Disaster Heroes and her book you can find it here: https://www.disasterheroes.com/ 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
You don't need to have a badge, title or be branded the leader to be a hero. In this episode I talk to Suzanne Bernier, a former journalist and government press secretary, and is now a multi-certified, award-winning and internationally-recognized crisis management consultant, speaker and author, who has helped governments, communities and companies plan for, respond to, or recover from disasters for over twenty years. According to Suzanne, for every disaster reported in the media, there are thousands of inspiring and uplifting stories we don’t ever hear about. Disaster Heroes seeks to change this by highlighting and empowering helpers and heroes from around the world to make a difference following disasters. Known internationally for the book, Disaster Heroes - Invisible Champions of Help, Hope and Healing tells the stories of ordinary men, women, and children who have done remarkable things to help respond, recover, and rebuild following some of the world’s most significant modern disasters. Disaster Heroes focuses on everyday people – the hidden heroes – whose bravery and compassion seemingly arrived out of nowhere. Many of these uplifting stories cross cultures, countries, and continents, highlighting the fact there are no borders when it comes to helping others. To Learn more about Suzanne and the amazing work she does you can find her here: https://www.suzannebernier.com/ If you would like to know more about Disaster Heroes and her book you can find it here: https://www.disasterheroes.com/ 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
#leadership #crisisleadership #trust #respect Watch Part 1 Here: https://youtu.be/jiVgEzRpLCw Failing at retirement for the third time Pete Van Dorpe has been a firefighter for 3 decades, his passion for the fire service and developing leaders has brought him back every time. As a leader in the fire service and now a leader of leaders, he discusses his experience with leadership development, being a leader and what trust and earning trust from your teams. His philosophy is they are not going to follow you if they don't trust you. Pete discusses in detail in this interview honor, values, trust, respect, culture and more.... Good Leaders Are Rare - It Takes A Lot Of Work Download Daryl's FREE Difficult Conversation Guide for more practical advice: https://diffconvoguide.daryldblack.com 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
Uncertainty continues so in the next series of episodes we're releasing audio versions of interviews form true crisis leadership experts to help you navigate the chaos and uncertainty inherent in today's workplace and communities. Failing at retirement for the third time Pete Van Dorpe has been a firefighter for 3 decades, his passion for the fire service and developing leaders has brought him back every time. As a leader in the fire service and now a leader of leaders, he discusses his experience with leadership development, being a leader and what trust and earning trust from your teams. His philosophy is they are not going to follow you if they don't trust you. Pete discusses in detail in this interview honor, values, trust, respect, culture and more.... Good Leaders Are Rare - It Takes A Lot Of Work Download Daryl's FREE Difficult Conversation Guide for more practical advice: https://diffconvoguide.daryldblack.com 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
We've all heard the phrase you were given two ears and one mouth for a reason. On this episode we talk about active listening and the key to winning the war on focusing on the conversation. Do you spend more time formulating the response to your team in your head when you ask for an explanation? Do you have a preconceived idea and don't listen to the story? If so you are doing yourself and your team a huge disservice. As leaders we need to be locked into what someone is saying to be truly listening to what someone is saying instead of formulating our response or having a preconceived notion before the person talks. Restatement is the key to success, slow down and listen, when you reflect back to whoever you are talking to you are giving them, point one, two three of what you have hear. When you are actively listening you are giving the attention to the conversation that it deserves. With open ears and open minds, join in and comment on the conversation and discover if you are truly listening or are you formulating your response and missing the story. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
#leaddeliberately #virtualteams #hybridteams #leadership Discover from industry experts what we learned from leading virtually & what to lean into as we move to hybrid teams. This episode is full of gems you won't want to miss and their insights about moving into a hybrid workforce. Both early adopters of leading virtual teams share what worked and what they will utilize as we move toward hybrid teams. Special guests Cheryl Watson and Tim Carwell were leading virtual teams before virtual teams were a thing. In this episode they discuss the importance of creating team culture, communicating relentlessly, setting boundaries, being empathetic and vulnerable, being intentional and more. They also share what they will lean into as we move into the new hybrid workforce: communication, leading deliberately, setting expectations, "hoteling", team retreats and more. Both Cheryl and Tim see value in bringing the team together even though they may be working across the globe. Join the discussion now and voice your thoughts, ideas, challenges and successes on what you have learned leading virtual teams and what you will lean into as the hybrid team environment takes a leap forward. 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
Do you hate being blindsided in meetings buy your boss, peers, colleagues in other departments. Strategic communication is key in setting up the collective team for success. In this video we discuss three tactics to communicate effectively, get in front of miscommunication and reach the success that you desire. Make sure you hang out to the very end and you will glean a strategy you can implement today! 👉In a Hurry? Catch this short from this episode while on the go: https://youtu.be/3tDjPAGxuhA 🎤Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fave platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). 👇 Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! 👆SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/
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