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The Kingsley Grant Show: Where Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Skills Intersect

Author: Kingsley Grant - EQ Speaker

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Help Leaders rapidly turn around toxic work environments. The one-skill that makes the difference is Emotional Intelligence (EI/EQ).

Research shows that EQ is a higher indicator of success than IQ. How well we recognize and regulate our emotions is key to our success.

This emotional intelligence podcast includes interviews with leaders, business owners, HR managers, and emotional intelligence experts.

The works of Daniel Goleman, Travis Bradberry, John Maxwell, and others will be discussed.

Get featured book: The Emotelligent Leader - Succeed Where Others Failed -- https://amzn.to/2JH29i2
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+++ TRULY HEARTFELT +++ Have you ever heard something and one of your reactions were, "that was truly heartfelt?" For me, this happens most times at a funeral. When someone shares something from their heart about a loved one - family or friend - you know it was from their heart. There is something about the delivery and the content that just feels that way. Have you ever experienced anything like that? What about in the workplace? Have you ever had a leader share a heartfelt message that instantly connects you with them? In this episode, you will hear our guest - Mark Crowley - talk about why heartfelt speeches or better yet, leadership, is so important to increase engagement, loyalty, morale, and so much more. You'll leave wondering why some leaders are not leading this way. ++++++++++++++++++ MARK CROWLEY is an Award-Winning Pioneer in Heart-Led Leadership He is the Bestselling Author of Lead from the Heart: Transformational Leadership for the 21st Century – Taught in 9 American Universities Mark is the Host of Acclaimed Lead from the Heart Podcast with an audience in 136 countries As a global speaker, Mark has keynoted for Yahoo!, A&E Network, The Young President’s Organization (YPO Global Conference), Crowe Consulting, Shaw Communications, Washington Banker’s Association, the Executive Leadership Team of the U.S. Homeland Security Department– and scores of others. Follow Mark on Twitter: @MarkCCrowley Connect with him: www.markccrowley.com ++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ KEEP IT UP +++ Do you find it challenging to keep your motivation up during times of crisis much less to keep the spirit of others up? It can be quite a challenge ... right? Especially when some people require more of you than others and when working alone is not something they are used to. Getting the team through times like this require some ingenuity on your part and probably some outside help. Remember, you don't have to do this alone. In this episode, you will discover 5 Ways To Keep Your Team Motivated During The Covid-19 pandemic. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ LEADING TO LAND +++ Some leaders tend to focus on the process during times of crisis but fail to focus on the outcome. "Focusing on process" kind of leadership is one that only sees what's going on around them. It's very short-sighted, to say the least. It becomes an either/or for them. They are unable to see a both/and scenario. The leaders who are able to "focus on the outcome" are those who are looking for a "better tomorrow." They take into consideration both the "landing" and what happens thereafter. It's not that they ignore or deny what's happening around them, but they are able to do both. They look at "tomorrow" to inform them how they should proceed today. Not all leaders are skilled and that is why not all leaders are great leaders. The good news is that leaders who are determined to become great leaders can learn to do this. It is a learned behavior or skill. In this episode, you will discover the 3 Proven Skills of Great Leaders that they use to lead their people during times of change or crisis and how they can be both process and outcome-focused. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ FREELY GIVE +++ But wait there is more ... Not everything that is free ends up being helpful. Sometimes it can be downright hurtful. Life is filled with feedback.  Relationships are filled with feedback. A conversation is filled with feedback. However, have you been hurt by the "feedback" you received from someone? Some will call it constructive criticism. What is constructive about it when you are left in shreds? This happens a lot in the workplace.  Feedback, when intended to help, is delivered carefully and with heart.  We all need feedback but not all feedback is helpful. Would you agree? In this episode, our guest - Patrick Van Gorder - helps us understand the power of effective feedback and how it has worked in their business, the fastest growing business in their region. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Who is PATRICK VAN GORDER? Patrick Van Gorder is Senior Vice President of Level Agency., a digital marketing professional specializing in customer generation, His agency is the recipient of multiple Top 10 Digital Marketing Agency Awards in the Region, Inc. 500, Diamond Award for Outstanding CEO’s, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and #1 Fastest Growing Company in the Region by Pittsburgh Times “Pittsburgh 100.” Level Agency has 75 full time employees and is headquartered in Pittsburgh. Patrick frequently speaks on digital marketing including at a recent webinar with Google on the age of assistance in B2B/ high-value B2C, University of Pittsburgh Digital Marketing Institute on successful agency environments, PAPSA Conference on Digital lead nurturing in higher education, Laurel Highlands Marketing Summit on Low-Hanging ROI: Prioritizing Digital Marketing Budgets and Making Marketing Automation and AI work for you. For more information on Patrick and Level Agency, visit https://www.level.agency/ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ SET UP FOR FAILURE +++ During the era of Usain Bolt, if someone had offered me a $1,000,000 to race against him in the Olympics, they would not really care about my self-esteem. I would say they're intent was to humiliate and embarrass me in front of the world. Wouldn't you agree? Now, don't agree so quickly. You could have taken your time to agree. [smile] It would be safe to say that's a set up for failure. There was no way I was going to beat him UNLESS he faked it and allowed me to do it to save face and to get a kick-back. That's what happens when people are given a leadership role without proper preparation. The sad part it happens more often than not even when it is not intentional. In this episode, you will hear one leader asking how to still succeed as a leader even when they feel like they haven't gotten adequate preparation. Listen to the answers given and see if you would agree. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ EMANCIPATE YOURSELF +++ Have you ever had one of those moments where it seems like out of nowhere, a song comes to your mind that you've not heard or thought of in quite some time? Recently, I've been having some of those moments.  Today, was one of those times. As I prepared this episode of The Kingsley Grant Show, the song by the late Bob Marley - Redemption Song - came to my mind. And why it did ... You'll see why when you listen to this episode and you'll also see the connection. In this episode, I shared about an Olive Garden manager who was fired because of a "mental slavery belief" that ought to be revisited. I used "mental slavery" because that's the term Bob Marley used. You'll have to listen to get the feel of it all. I cannot adequately put it in words here. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM +++ According to Wikipedia, the term "elephant in the room" is a metaphor used to describe "an important or enormous topic, problem, or risk that is obvious or that everyone knows about but no one mentions or wants to discuss because it makes at least some of them uncomfortable or is personally, socially, or politically embarrassing, controversial, inflammatory, or dangerous" This definition captures the topic of toxicity in the workplace. It's one of those topics that is going unchecked or overlooked for one reason or another. In this episode, I share 3 reasons why this conversation is not taking place and what needs to be done. The "business as usual" approach to leadership training where the focus is more on organizational, time management, and leadership skills than toxicity, is no longer sufficient. Making detoxing a toxic work environment has to be a mandatory part of any leadership training. It has to be the priority or else it's an exercise in futility; money down the drain. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ CRUSH IT, NOT THE BOOK +++ One of the most inspiring books that I've read a few years ago, was CRUSH IT by Gary Vaynerchuk. If you haven't read it even though it's an oldie, it's still a goodie. However, this post is not about that. It's about crushing something else. That monster called "I'm not good enough!"  Has that monster ever reared its ugly head in your life? Do you recall what it did to you at those times? I've had it, and I can tell you, it almost leaves me feeling inadequate and like an imposter.  But it doesn't have to be that way. In today's episode, our guest - Michele Molitor - helps us crush the "I am not good enough" feelings once and for all. She gives us 3 steps we can implement to do that. Take a listen Who is Michele Molitor? ++++++++++++++++++++ MICHELE MOLITOR is the founder and CEO of Nectar Consulting, Inc.,  She works with executives and entrepreneurs bringing over 25 years of experience, intuitive insights and strategic business savvy to your success. Her unique Rapid Rewiring approach is a culmination of years of study in the realms of emotional intelligence, neuroscience, organizational psychology, and Rapid Transformational Therapy, to help catalyze shifts in your thinking, and eliminate mental/emotional blocks and rapidly rewire your brain for greater confidence and success. Enhancing your capacity as a leader, to build high performing teams and exponentially increase bottom-line results. FREE eBOOK OFFERS:  Saying No With Grace and Grit: http://bit.ly/SayingNoWithGraceandGrit Tapping Into Your Power & Presence: http://bit.ly/TappingYourPowerNPresence ++++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ THE BIG PICTURE +++ Have you ever heard someone say, "look at the bigger picture?" Have you said it in a conversation? When you are able to look at the bigger picture, what generally tends to happen? For me, it generally changes the outcome. It forces me to zoom out from where I am to see what I would have missed had I not done that. This is true of those who find themselves in toxic work environments and most importantly for leaders who are in the best position to turn around those situations. In this episode, you are going to hear a conversation with our guest - Kim Bohr - who will help us understand how best to do so. She believes that by looking at or helping people see the bigger picture, is one of the best ways to turn around toxic work environments. ++++++++++++++++++ Who is KIM BOHR? Kim Bohr is an author, in-demand speaker, and coveted executive advisor. She is also the CEO of The Innovare Group, the firm that is known for diagnosing and repairing organizational and leadership disconnects. Kim works with both the companies and leaders to help them assess, align, and accelerate the strategic priorities that impact talent, execution, and business growth. She also works with VC-funded start-ups, mid-market companies, and progressive corporate teams often guiding the sales, marketing, and operations functions of these organizations, helping them face the fact that a Solid Strategy Won’t Survive Poor Execution. Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimbohr/ https://theinnovaregroup.com/ ++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ MANDATORY GROWTH +++ "Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning." ~ Benjamin Franklin Notice the correlation? To get improvement, achievement, and success, growth is mandatory. Is that your understanding as well? I hope so. There has been no area of my life where I've experienced any measure of success without some form of growth.  Here's another quote that supports my discovery.  "Growth is the great separator between those who succeed and those who do not. When I see a person beginning to separate themselves from the pack, it's almost always due to personal growth." ~ John C. Maxwell [PAUSE] Are you growing? If you are a leader and are not focused on leadership development, it's very unlikely that you'll be able to effective at leadership. In this episode, our guest Catherine Sherlock, highlights the need for growth. She uses the analogy of filling a cup to illustrate this need for growth. +++++++++++++++++++++++ Who is CATHERINE SHERLOCK? Catherine is the Founder of Higher Mindfulness, which helps people and businesses explore their potential and possibilities and breakthrough to greater levels of inner power, intelligence, emotional resilience, and energy. She works with leaders who see a bigger picture for business than just the bottom line. She is focused on elevating the leadership conversation. Website: www.highermindfulness.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherinesherlock/ +++++++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ TOUGH LOVE, YIKES +++ The very thought of these two words tough + love being together almost seems like an oddity. Should they co-exist? Some people have different views on it and I have my own thoughts, which I'll reserve for you to be the judge after listening to this episode. My guest - Timothy Lupfer - believes in tough love from a leadership perspective and how that helps effective leadership. You'll be surprised to hear what he had to say. He has a contrarian viewpoint especially when it comes to the word charisma. How does that fit into this tough-love discussion? That is something you'll also discover on this show. ++++++++++++++++++++++++ Who is TIMOTHY LUPFER? Timothy Lupfer’s entire life has been a study of leadership.  After graduating first in his class at West Point and studying as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, he went on to successfully command a reinforced tank battalion in combat in Desert Storm. After retiring from the army, he took his leadership skills to the private sector as an executive at R. H. Macy and Company before becoming a business consultant. He retired as a managing director from Deloitte Consulting in 2011.  Today, Tim is a speaker, writer, and independent consultant, who lends his years of leadership expertise to people looking for a more effective leadership strategy to use within their organizations. ++++++++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ FEELING TRAPPED +++ Have you ever felt trapped and helpless? Every day there are thousands of people who feel this way in relationships, at work, in school, in communities, and on and on. The sad part they don't see an end in sight. This feeling can impact one's life in drastic ways: Physically, emotionally. mentally. spiritually. and socially. The stress of it shows up in different ways. This is what my guest shares on this episode of The Kingsley Grant Show. He talks about how, for the sake of his family and the benefits of his job, he endured the most toxic work environment until he could find an exit. He has a lot more to say. If you a leader or a team member in a toxic work environment and would like to share your story, please connect with me at www.kingsleygrant.com/connect. You could also DM me on my LinkedIn page. Your story will help others see they're not the only ones going through their ordeal. It will also provide insights on how to address toxicity within the workplace. P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ KEEPING IT REAL +++ One of the reasons why shows that take you behind the scenes such as reality shows do well, it's because we are able to connect for the most part with what we see and hear. Another reason is our curious nature. We are voyeuristic (nosy) in nature.  This is not a bad thing. I think it helps us with a better understanding of what we see and hear. And yes, I know that many of these shows are scripted for the audience. But the point is, we still like to know. In this episode, the stage is being set for future episodes that will have similar effects. What you'll hear: why the "behind the scenes" perspective an invitation being given to people who want to share their story while remaining anonymous the role of confidentiality the format of this kind of show how we're planning to produce the show Take a listen and if you're interested to come on the show to tell your story and remain anonymous, you can Direct Message me through my social media platforms @kingsleygrant or complete the short contact form at www.kingsleygrant.com/connect. This will be an experiment for the sole purpose of providing opportunities for others to see that they're not the "only one" and to provide some solutions to what can be done. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ MS. TAKES +++ Have you ever made a mistake?  If you haven't, welcome to the "liars club." (Just kidding) Albert Einstein said, "Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new." This might be another reason you would not raise your hands to have made a mistake. But, to the rest of us who have made mistakes, how do you frame it when it happens? Do you see it as "the end of the world?" Maybe not that extreme, but do you call yourself names or even "kick" yourself? What if I told you that some people do not label mistakes as mistakes but as something else, would you want to know what they do instead? Okay.  In this episode, our guest - Stephen Key, will break that down for us and give us a better way of seeing and thinking about mistakes. +++++++++++++++++ Who is STEPHEN KEY? Stephen Key is the world’s leading expert in licensing consumer product ideas and a 2018-2019 American Association for the Advancement of Science-Lemelson Invention Ambassador. He is a best-selling author and the co-founder of InventRight - a coaching program that helps people license their product ideas. He is also the author of Sell Your Ideas With or Without a Patent and the forthcoming Become a Professional Inventor. +++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ WHOSE IDEA IS IT +++ There's a show that I used to watch entitled: Whose line is it anyway?" I'm not sure if you ever watched or heard of it.  But the very title make it sounds that someone is responsible for or owns a certain line in the show. It would become apparent when each actor is giving a role that they had to use improv and communicate their understanding of what that line meant to them. However, they did this with the help of others. Somehow they were able to pull off a skit that for the most part, seemed as if they had some rehearsal done, when in fact they never did. They built and pieced the ideas together and were all credited for the success of the show.  Imagine, if leaders could use a similar approach to take an idea and build it out together with their team.  In this episode, our guest - Jeff Shechter, helped us understand how building ideas together can work towards reducing toxicity within a toxic work environment. Who is JEFF SHECHTER? +++++++++++++++++++++++ Jeff started his first business right out of college, and over the years, have developed sales and marketing strategies that have worked well across many industries. He’s been involved in numerous business ventures. Jeff’s love for real estate investing began in the 1980s when he began flipping homes that he lived in. Since those early days of torn up kitchens and bathrooms, he’s bought and sold many properties, and he’s an active investor to this day. He’s been blessed to have coached hundreds of business owners, and thrive on helping people realize their full potential…not just in business, but in all aspects of life! +++++++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ IT'S CONTAGIOUS +++ 
  It doesn't take long for a work environment to rapidly take a nose-dive towards toxicity. 
  All it takes is ignoring the beginning stages of it and before long the workplace is contaminated. 
  We are battling a severe outbreak of the coronavirus which seems to be spreading at an alarming rate. 
  Unfortunately, when it was first discovered or reported, officials didn't take it as seriously as they should. 
  And now ... 
  What if they had done something immediately as they discovered the virus? 
  To avoid the spreading of toxicity in the work environment, we must recognize some of the signs. 
  In this episode, you'll discover 5 signs you are in a toxic work environment. Which ones have you seen or experienced? If you had to fix an environment like this, where would you start? Comment and let me know. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ TEACHABLE MOMENTS +++ Life hands us a lot of teachable moments.  We miss many of them because of our knee-jerk reactions. Most times we miss them because we overreact or under-react. We don't take time to evaluate what is going on to see what lessons could we learn. Life is learning and every day, we can learn something if we simply look for them. I'm the first to admit that it is not easy. I've fallen prey to moments that I've missed because of my over or under-reaction. How about you? We had one of those moments at the State of the Union address by the president of the United States - Donald Trump. At the end of his speech, the leader of the House - Nancy Pelosi, tore up the speech that was for the house records. There have been many on both sides of the aisle who have displayed strong feelings for or against what she did. In this episode, you will hear 5 reasons why what Speaker Pelosi did, was a "yuge" or a major leadership mistake. This mistake will be overlooked if your reaction is driven primarily by emotions and/or party loyalty. Let's put the emotions and party loyalty aside for a minute and see if what is shared in this episode is fair and reasonable. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ SALES MAKEOVER +++ In the past, I've often said: "I'm not a salesperson." And the reason I so quickly utter those words is simply not to be likened to that "sleazy" salesperson. You know that kind, don't you? Me too! My association with sales is that of being pressured. I'm not comfortable with that. Thankfully I've had a makeover of my thoughts on what sales and selling is all about. Every day, each one of us is selling something: an idea, our truth, our story, our excuse, etc. We want to convince someone of something. That is sales in a nutshell. In this episode, Donald Kelly interviewed Kingsley Grant on his show: The Sales Evangelist where they discussed sales from a different perspective. Donald framed that as How To Create An Environment Where People Thrive At Work. <---- Click on this link to access the show on The Sales Evangelist podcast. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ SKILLS AT WORK +++ Men at work. Women at work. People at work. Animals at work. These are just a few of the signs we see popping up at various places. But one sign you won't see is this one: SKILLS AT WORK What if we replaced all the signs with this one? It would solve a lot of potential oversights. Wouldn't it? I'm one who believes we are 1-skill away.  You might say, "from what?" Fill in the blank as you see fit and you'll see that one skill could make all the difference. In this episode, my guest - Jonathan Keyser and I, discuss not just one skill but five skills that could easily turn around a toxic work environment if leadership is willing to commit to the process.  Take a listen for yourself. +++++++++++++++++ Who is Jonathan Keyser? Jonathan Keyser (KY-zur) is the founder and thought leader behind Keyser, the largest occupier services commercial real estate brokerage firm in Arizona. Through sheer determination and focus on selfless service, Jonathan is disrupting the commercial real estate (CRE) industry, and beyond. A best-selling author, media contributor, and strong supporter of the Conscious Capitalism movement, Jonathan is here today to share his journey, mission, and selfless service approach to business and his book You Don’t Have to be Ruthless to Win. Jonathan will share how you can activate selflessness in your life and see how and why this counterintuitive strategy can create extraordinarily, long-term success in your own business. Contact Jonathan: E: jk@jonathankeyser.com W: www.jonathankeyser.com ++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ DETOX IT +++ My daughter who is very fashion conscious and has the eye for matching colors and styles in a way that most people cannot. She has at times taken on the role of telling me what not to wear or what to wear. I wonder out loud, how have I managed all these years (LOL). However, I must concede that she's better at it than I am. She sees what I don't. One day she volunteered to detoxify my closet getting rid of what no longer serves me. It was hard parting with clothes I had sentimental attachments to. But she knew I needed to. I'm glad she did. What a difference it made! I got rid of clothes I would not have gotten rid of and I must admit, my closet looked and "felt" better. This is what many people in the workplace are wanting to see happen. They want to get rid of what is not serving them or the overall good of the organization. They want a workplace-detox.   Their workplace - their closet - stresses them out. There is tension all around. It's becoming difficult to perform. In this episode, you will be introduced to 3 simple yet powerful steps to detoxify a toxic work environment. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
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