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Connecting and chatting with inspiring people as we explore topics such as strengths, leadership, culture, personal growth, health, mindset and living an inspired life. Each episode includes insights, stories and practical tips. Of course also what is their definition of INSPIRED ENERGY! What's yours?
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Across this 5-part podcast series, I chat with co-facilitator of Leaders Who Give A Damn, Becky Hammond from Isogo Strong on how to create your success map to learn from 2020 and set your sights for success in 2021. We cover topics such as growth mindset, reflection, goal setting, actions, accountability & partnerships, and word for the year. In this final episode of the series, we dive into your word of the year - again using the supportive Success Map 2021 resource as we go. The 'word of the year' concept has been around for a really long time (even as far back as the 1940s) and for good reason! It is an intentional theme, an anchor word, to take you through the year and keep coming back to. But if it hasn't dropped in yet, don't despair! Think of the process of figuring out your word as an invitation, not a pressure. We end on inviting you to bring your word into each day by asking a reflection question: How am I being *insert word* today? Key points: Let your word of the year just drop in - don't force it Your word of the year doesn't necessarily need to be an action-based one - it could convey that you need more space Allow your word of the year to inspire you and shift your energy Bring your word into daily action via the process of reflection. To create your own 2021 Success Map, head over to the Leaders Who Give a Damn website for the free resource which contains the workbook for this podcast episode. #podcast #personaldevelopment #professionaldevelopment #leadership #culture #business #coaching #coach #successmap #lwgad #leaderswhogiveadamn #2021 #covid #goals #actions #mindset #wordfortheyear
Across this 5-part podcast series, I chat with co-facilitator of Leaders Who Give A Damn, Becky Hammond from Isogo Strong on how to create your success map to learn from 2020 and set your sights for success in 2021. We cover topics such as growth mindset, reflection, goal setting, actions, accountability & partnerships, and word for the year. In this episode, we delve into actions, accountability and partnerships. Like the last few episodes, we will walk you through this one using the Success Map 2021 workbook. We speak about how to chunk down goals with tangible steps, the differences between accountability and support, plus how we need to use discernment when choosing the things we want to action. Key points: Big goals need to be chunked down to actionable baby steps Goals don't just get met by being out there Doing ALL of the things just makes every day overwhelming You need to enjoy the process of achieving your goals To create your own 2021 Success Map, head over to the Leaders Who Give a Damn website for the free resource which contains the workbook for this podcast episode. #podcast #personaldevelopment #professionaldevelopment #leadership #culture #business #coaching #coach #successmap #lwgad #leaderswhogiveadamn #2021 #covid #goals #actions
Across this 5-part podcast series, I chat with co-facilitator of Leaders Who Give A Damn, Becky Hammond from Isogo Strong on how to create your success map to learn from 2020 and set your sights for success in 2021. We cover topics such as growth mindset, reflection, goal setting, actions, accountability & partnerships, and word for the year. In this episode, we dive deep into goal setting and walk you through the Success Map 2021 workbook on this. It's proven that people who set goals are happier, healthier, feel a higher sense of achievement and gain more momentum, self-assurance, and self-esteem. We look at what areas you should consider having goals in, the beauty in being really specific and clear in what you want, and why self-care needs to be in there too. Key points: Have a mixture of smaller goals and stretch goals Visualise to enhance your goal clarity Being the best version of you should always be on your goal list Bring other people on board to help you achieve your goals To create your own 2021 Success Map, head over to the Leaders Who Give a Damn website for the free resource which contains the workbook for this podcast episode. #podcast #personaldevelopment #professionaldevelopment #leadership #culture #business #coaching #coach #successmap #lwgad #leaderswhogiveadamn #2021 #covid #goals
This is part 2 of this 5-part podcast series, where I chat with co-facilitator of Leaders Who Give A Damn, Becky Hammond from Isogo Strong on how to create your success map to learn from 2020 and set your sights for success in 2021. We cover topics such as growth mindset, reflection, goal setting, actions, accountability & partnerships, and word for the year. In this episode, we reflect on 2020, and walk you through the Success Map 2021 workbook on reflection. Reflecting on 2020, Becky and I open up about the year we both had and what themes came through (they may not be what you expect!) and how our core Strengths themes shine through during the reflection process. We also discuss mental health, how there's no switch to make 2021 great, and focusing on how to move past our individual stressors no matter the year or global circumstance. Key points: Allow 2020 to bring you wisdom rather than darkness. Reflect, review, then apply. Did you pause long enough to celebrate the good things? When reviewing, ask yourself how could this be better or more efficient? To create your own 2021 Success Map, head over to the Leaders Who Give a Damn website for the free resource which contains the workbook for this podcast episode. #podcast #personaldevelopment #professionaldevelopment #leadership #culture #business #coaching #coach #successmap #lwgad #leaderswhogiveadamn #2021 #covid
Across this 5-part podcast series, I chat with Becky Hammond from Isogo Strong on how to create your success map to learn from 2020 and set your sights for success in 2021. We cover topics such as growth mindset, reflection, goal setting, actions, accountability & partnerships, and word for the year. In this episode, we dive into the growth mindset. No matter what business you're in, something has changed as a result of 2020. So what learnings are you taking from the last 12 months to allow you to transition into this new year? To allow this growth to take place, we conclude that the most important action you can take is to schedule time for reflection. We also speak about Carol Dweck's thoughts on a fixed v growth mindset and how to value the process not just the outcome, plus touch on The Stockdale Paradox and why confronting our reality is vital to success. Key growth mindset points: - Know how you best reflect - is it through talking it out with others? Is it journaling? Or perhaps having some time alone to process it through your mind? - Review your schedule and discover where you may be filling up your reflection time with other activities. - In your weekly review cycle, identify your points of Stop/Start/Continue: what do I need to stop doing? What can I start doing? What do I need to continue doing to help me be effective? To create your own 2021 Success Map, head over to the Leaders Who Give a Damn website for the free resource. #podcast #personaldevelopment #professionaldevelopment #leadership #culture #business #coaching #coach #successmap #2021 #covid
In this episode I chat with Peter Karounos, a consultant, strategist, motivator, leader and entrepreneur. Peter helps people, teams and organisations in business to start, grow, improve, perform and change in areas such as culture, leadership and general business. This discussion is focused around personal development and the skills needed to effectively be able to work on yourself, how we can become trapped into doing personal development for the sake of it, and how the best way to integrate and activate your insights and learnings is to talk about them with others. Key episode highlights include: Trust equals consistent, positive behaviour over time. There needs to come a time where you start to activate the work you've done on yourself, and not just continually be in a state of seeking. Look at values as emotional states. Then ask, what emotional states drive what you do, and what draws you to (or away from) something. What's the resistance that is stopping you from going deeper? Reflection is key: take time out either weekly or monthly to review where you've been and where you're headed. If you'd like to find out more about Peter and the work he does with teams and individuals, head on over to #podcast #personaldevelopment #professionaldevelopment #leadership #culture #business #coaching #coach #change
In this episode I speak with Minter Dial, a fellow podcaster and author who’s passionate about bringing about change through business and leadership. Minter boosts a 16 year career as a top exec at L’Oreal, involvement in 3 startups, award-winning producer and author of three published books. Minter and I look at how being yourself makes you a better leader, and this discussion is filled with personal anecdotes as we break it down to pro-personal-private when it comes to the fine balance of being personal in a professional space. We also look at ways for leaders to be more human while delivering results (cue the 7 second hug theory!) and story swapping on how open perspectives, communication and empathic actions can benefit the workplace culture. Key episode highlights: - Where can we have more grace and kindness for each other.  - If you're doing things that are bringing back energy to you, then you're tapping into something bigger. - By being vulnerable and showing emotion, you give others permission to do so as well. - Be the person that makes others feel like they're the most important person in the world, in that moment. - The importance of experiment to experience - do it, go where you're uncomfortable but forge forward anyway. - As much as you want to be you, you still need to recognise the feelings that you can have, understand how you are operating and the room you have to move in. If you want to connect with Minter, you can find him on LinkedIn or via his website where you can also purchase his books. #leadership #business #culture #entrepreneur #coaching #coach #speaker #podcast #inspiredenergy #change #inspiration #inspired 
In this episode, I chat with Bek Smith, founder of Smith and Wellness, speaker and subject matter expert in health and wellbeing. Bek has a background in psychology, spent ten years working as a physiotherapist, is a group fitness instructor of 17 years and was sponsored by Reebok for 5 years in her role as a dance program presenter. She was also the inaugural Lead Trainer for the Wellbeing and Resilience Centre at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, and in 2019 did a TEDx talk on the importance of mental fitness. This insightful and joyful discussion is full of practical strategies and focuses on the concepts of mental health and mental fitness, and its alignment with general health and fitness concepts that are better understood.  We also delve into how it is useful to balance our mental strength, flexibility and endurance, as focusing too much on any one of these leads to dysfunction. Key episode highlights include: The permission you need to stop and relax, comes from you Sometimes the most valuable use of your time is to unplug, but sometimes it’s to actually plugin and get things done, because it will give you a sense of fulfilment and release the emotional baggage Allow for there to be space and silence in emotionally heavy conversations Don't try to 'fix' someone, instead partner with them to solve a problem Start to cultivate a growth mindset around mental fitness When you follow what brings you joy, not only does it make you happier but it makes you more productive. Bek was also kind enough to pass along these mental fitness tips: Mental Fitness Tip 1 - focusing on our strengths of character helps us overcome our internal negative bias Mental Fitness Tip 2 - compassion starts with self-compassion, and the three steps to cultivating that are mindfulness, self-kindness and remembering our common humanity Mental Fitness Tip 3 - emotional mastery is about recognising the utility of our negative emotions as well as cultivating positive emotions The best place to connect with Bek is via LinkedIn, the Smith and Wellness website and Facebook Page. #podcast #health #mentalhealth #mindset #mentalfitness #wellbeing #business #leadership #culture #gratitude #entrepreneur 
In this episode I chat with Ben Bateman, head of people and culture for Little Miracles Childcare, father, husband and self proclaimed adrenalin chaser. Ben’s professional life has always centred around people development but has spanned many roles, including 8 years as a chaplain at a state high school, 6 years as a youth pastor in Australia and the USA and 10 years of professional development and management in his family run business across 10 locations. This conversation really focuses on the significant impact that Strengths has had on the Little Miracles business through discovery, awareness and development of staff talents, both personally and professionally. We also delve into Ben’s experience with using the professional development course Transformational Leadership, along with creating his own personal development course Wholehearted, based on work by Brene Brown, Russell Brand, Richard Rohr and others. Key episode highlights include: The overextension of our Strengths can often be our weakness Build trust through open communication, kindness, self compassion and empowering others Use dialling up and dialling down of Strengths as safe dialogue and a performance tool Broken people break people, whole people help bring healing to others Linking Strengths, professional development and coaching helps to determine expectation and drive clarity. If you wish to learn more about Ben and Little Miracles, you can view the website here, listen to his podcast or checkout the YouTube channel. #podcast #strengths #cliftonstrengths #parenting #childcare #education #culture #leadership #training #business #2020 #covid #community
In this episode, I welcome back LEGO® Serious Play® expert Michael Fearne, to discuss his new book, The LSP Menthod. Michael is the founder of Pivotal Play, a facilitation consultancy in Melbourne, Australia, where he specialises in the LEGO® Serious Play® method. He works with companies big and small to tackle business problems and make change happen using a playful approach. LEGO® Serious Play® (LSP) is the highlight of this conversation, and we unpack what this incredible tool is and what it can do for individuals, teams & organisations. We also delve into the process of book writing, and Michael's experience of birthing, his awesome new book, The LSP Method out into the world using Scribe Media. Key episode highlights include: - How LEGO Serious Play (LSP) brings out a deeper level of truth and vulnerability. - How LSP helps unlock answers to questions through play and storytelling, helping people to think and communicate differently. - Writing a book isn't about the money, it's about the legacy. You can discover and buy Michael's new book, The LSP Method here. Check out Michael's courses on his website, and connect with him on LinkedIn. #facilitator #LEGO #legoseriousplay #LSP #coach #consultant #business #leadership #fun #play #podcast #culture
In this episode, I chat with Alessandra Edwards. Alessandra is a high performance and wellbeing expert, coach and trainer. Alessandra is passionate about helping leaders understand their own genetic limits so they can achieve their maximum potential and reach exceptional levels of physical and mental performance. This enlightening chat is packed with deep knowledge on the importance of understanding yourself deeply from a genetic, biochemical and emotional perspective. Our deep dive into genomic wellness goes into how that enables you to be the leader of you and how combining with intrinsic motivation can lead to boundless, self-renewing energy, clarity and the ability to ‘stretch’ time.  We explore how Alessandra's work helps not only A-type achievers (with high dopamine) but all leaders. You will learn how to take advantage of your inner workings and so much more. Key episode highlights include: Identify and create clarity about what you actually want, from more physical energy, more stamina or mental staying power, strength and cognitive ability. If we don’t focus on patching up our leaks - energy leaks, resiliency leaks, motivational leaks, compassion leaks - then what are we left with? When you’re in a state of complete self-serving, self-love, self-acceptance and self-mastery, you become completely magnetic and access the highest level of personal power. If you loved our discussion on the role that our DNA plays in terms of us achieving our potential, maintaining optimal mental health and having great levels of energy, then you can find out more by connecting with Alessandra on her website and on LinkedIn. #podcast #leadership #health #wellbeing #resilience #science #dna #business #highperformance
In this episode I chat with Kristen Ulmer, who is a thought leader on fear and anxiety. Kristen draws from her tenure as the most ‘fearless’ female extreme skier in the world, from intently studying Zen for 16 years and also from facilitating thousands of clients on flow and peak performance. This chat was a deep dive into the philosophy of fear, how and where it shows it up and how you can respond to it with insightful anecdotes from Kristen's extreme previous life and more recent interpersonal experiences with people whom you would consider ‘fearless’. We also cover exactly why some people struggle with anxiety and others don’t, fear and your flow state, and why calling people fearless sets our society up to live under an impossible ideal. You will definitely want to take notes on this one! Especially around Kristen’s top three tips to start embracing your fear. Key episode highlights include: If you embrace fear, it just feels like excitement and presence. We can’t see what’s really going on in our undercurrent until we raise our antenna (our awareness). You cannot have less fear by controlling it. The ONLY way you can have less fear is by taking risks and expanding your comfort zone. Your unwillingness to feel fear is actually what’s holding you back - not fear itself. If you are yearning for more then you can grab a copy of Kristen's book here. And the best place to connect with Kristen is via her website (don't forget to take her quiz), Facebook or take up the opportunity to meet her in person at her ski camp in Alta, Utah. #podcast #leadership #business #mindset #fear #athelete #extremesport #ski #skiing #sport #entrepreneur 
In this episode, I chat with Elena Pastore, an aspiring strengths coach who has a passion for people development. Her current roles in marketing and business help people understand their areas of strength and inhabit a growth mindset. We discuss Elena’s multiple roles in the workplace, her passion for changing the antiquated education system, social media and re-confirmation of belief, and how to embrace a growth mindset (especially during 2020!). We also touch on how Elena leads with the Strengths WOO and Includer, and how that has helped shape her connection and relatability with others. Key episode highlights include: The most successful people are the ones who are emotionally intelligent The best way to cultivate a growth mindset is to create self-awareness - look internally and get vulnerable with yourself You cannot force someone to have a growth mindset Let’s not wait for a crisis to start looking after ourselves To connect further with Elena, you can find her on LinkedIn or over at her website. #strengths #cliftonstrengths #coach #coaching #business #consultant
In this episode I chat with Tyann Osborn, a Gallup-certified Strengths coach and trainer, whose passion is creating positive cultures and making the complex, simple. Using Strengths-based training, she transforms workspaces and teams to be more productive, authentic and stronger relationship builders. TyAnn inspired me to have her on the podcast again (she was on episode 24, which you can find here) after publishing an article on LinkedIn on micro-agressions. In the article, Ty vulnerably shares her experiences over the years with micro-messages and micro-agressions. The article has received plenty of positive feedback (which it should), as it has inspired others to talk about their experiences and help people understand the impact of these behaviours. In this conversation, we certainly cover some ground, including some of TyAnn’s personal experiences and in the workplace, and how that contributes to your sense of belonging and identity. We also delve into the Black Lives Matter movement in the U.S., the realisation of privilege and what that means, along with how you can be a more impactful ally. Key episode highlights include: Have you asked someone how do you feel lately? Allow individuals to tell you what they need from you. Your words matter, every conversation is an opportunity to influence the culture. So what words are you using? Reframe your language from what you HAVE to do, to what do you GET to do. Always be mindful of what conscious actions you can take when showing up. Take the time to reach out to the leaders that have inspired and supported you. The best place to connect with TyAnn is via LinkedIn or her website. Read TyAnn's article on Micro-Aggression here. #leadership #culture #hr #business #teams #communication #2020 #covid19 #microagressions #micromessages #blm #blacklivesmatter
In this episode, I chat with Jim Collison, a powerhouse Talent Acquisition and CliftonStrengths Community Manager at Gallup. Jim brings his incredible knowledge of people, podcasting, and purpose to this discussion. He has facilitated and been featured on over 1000 podcasts and generously shares his top tips on the podcast process - including how to make other experts look even better and the keys to being a pro-interviewer. We also discuss his journey of Strengths discovery, the impact it's had on his relationships, the positives from the pandemic, and how to start being a better leader by shining the light on others. Key episode highlights include: It’s all about the person you’re interviewing, it’s not about you. Make other people the big deal. The less the agenda is about you and the more the agenda is about your kids/spouse/team members/employees, the more effective it is. When you find the thing that inspires you, boundaries don’t matter. What matters is the flow. Strengthening partnerships starts with one simple question: What can I do for you today? You can discover the work Jim does at Gallup by heading to Gallup - Coaching, tuning into The Average Guy Network, and Ask the Podcast Coach. #podcast #leadership #cliftonstrengths #strengths #covid19 #leadership #culture #employeeengagement #technology #gallup
In this episode I chat with Paul Dunlop, who works with organizations to implement change and improvement through lean thinking and methodologies. Paul brings with him over 20 years of management and manufacturing experience in a broad range of industries, and provides a holistic approach with the pillars of People, Process, Play and Profit.  He’s passionate about the importance of engaging people at the frontlines of organizations and developing servant leaders to facilitate cultures of learning and improvement (i.e. nice places to come to work!). We discuss the three L’s - Lean, Leadership and LEGO! Paul talks us through why he’s the 'chaos to calm’ guy in the eyes of his clients, how implementing change is always incremental, and why decluttering your business allows you to see where improvements need to be made. Key highlights include: Where can you tighten up your processes so you have time and space to think above the day-to-day processes. Lean is a way of thinking. It’s about ownership and empowerment. Culture and performance is always a reflection of leadership. Implementing change (that sticks!) in organisations is a lot like losing weight. You need to build the structure, the habits and the daily routines, to see the long term changes. To connect further with Paul, you can find him on LinkedIn. #lean #leadership #culture #lego #legoseriousplay #lsp #business
In this episode I chat with Chris Miller, an experienced business, executive and personal coach, based in Wellington NZ, who consistently inspires exceptional results. Chris’ services include business and personal coaching for small business leaders and high performing individuals seeking success, happiness and fulfilment in their business and their lives. We discuss Strengths and how he has turned the Name It Claim It Aim It model on its head, plus how Strengths play out differently if you’re an employee versus business owner. Chris has also developed the Love Most Matrix and the Greatest Imaginable Challenge, plus many other original resources that he uses with clients - you can view them here. Key highlights include: How does our strengths profile allow us to express our values and our purpose How do we make organisational purpose YOUR reason for being here When learning about strengths, find what challenges or situations you’d like to apply them to before figuring out how they can help you You already know what your purpose or legacy is, but you may not have asked yourself the explorative questions in a way that resonates with you or picked the right moment or mindset to ask yourself in. To connect further with Chris and his work, hop on over to his website.
In this episode I chat with Brigette Landy, a passionate recruiter who loves helping businesses solve their people needs. Celebrating 16 years with Forsythes Recruitment & HR this month, she is passionate about all things recruitment, people, leadership, CX and 90's grunge music. Born and bred in Newcastle, Brig leads a team of niche consultants across the Hunter and Central Coast, specialising in the recruitment of CX, Marketing and Sales professionals. When she's not recruiting, you can usually find Brig hanging out in her backyard with her partner Zac and fur child Evie, listening to music or playing guitar. We delve into the recruitment world and how that has been affected over the last 6 months, why video is playing a vital role in the recruitment process right now, and how she has developed ways to ‘evidence’ the gut feelings that she gets about placing people into positions. We also discuss Strengths and why she happily describes herself as an adaptable, positive achiever (can you guess what some of her Top 5 are?!). Knowing her Strengths has enabled Brig to know herself and her team better, and we touch on how they also flow across into dealing with clients and placing candidates in roles. Key highlights on this episode include: Whilst it’s a priority for me, it may not be someone else’s priority Expect people to display their emotions (especially in these times) and accept the person where they’re at Recruiting in the CX space is not about technical skillset, it’s about behaviour, personality and culture fit. If you want to connect further with Brigette, you can find her on LinkedIn. And if you’re interested in attending the online CX networking session you can find the details below. Forsythes CX Network event - 10am Friday 4 September 2020 via Zoom. You’ll have the opportunity to hear from the awesome Luke Jamieson – CX and EX Thought Leader – ask questions, and share your own ideas and challenges in this new world of employee engagement we’re living in. To register email Brig @ #leadership #culture #strengths #cliftonstrengths #hr #recruitment #covid19 #cx #customerservice #callcentre #newcastle 
In this episode I chat with Kirsty McCulloch all about sleep, fatigue and human factors. She literally wakes companies up, and helps employees get enough sleep and arrive at work full of energy to start the day. Kirsty is a world expert in fatigue risk management. She has worked as an academic, written regulation in several industries, danced through industrial work hour negotiations. She has history with all modes of transportation, oil and gas, mining, military, energy, construction, IT and public service sectors. Kirsty excels at applying scientific methods to develop practical solutions to improve safety, productivity & overall employee wellness. We discuss sleep and the impact of not getting enough of it - both personally and from a company standpoint. Sleep has a huge impact on company revenue, safety, and on overall health. Human factors is another area we delve into - understanding that we all make mistakes and we’re all programmed to be lazy, to conserve energy and do things in the easiest way possible. Key highlights from this episode include: Managing fatigue is about engaging your workforce about what it means to be 'fit for work' It’s not just about telling people to sleep, it’s about relearning how to sleep How do we create a system that makes it easy to succeed? When you’ve been awake for 18 hours, your performance is comparable to having a BAC of 0.05, whereas being awake for 24 hours is comparable to a 0.1 BAC. We aren’t taught about the importance of sleep in our overall health picture - we learn about movement and food pyramids but miss that key piece of our wellbeing And we’ll finish up by including some top sleep tips: Sleep in a dark, quiet room Remove all technology - turn off your phone at least half an hour before going to bed, don’t fall asleep in front of the tv Avoid caffeine within 4 hours of bed Avoid alcohol and sleeping tablets Train your brain to fall asleep by using ambient music. If you’d like to connect further with Kirsty you can find her on LinkedIn, and also make sure to check out her app, Awaken Fatigue. #leadership #fatigue #humanfactors #safety #culture #health #resilience #wellbeing #covid19 #sleep
Across this 5-part podcast series, I chat with Becky Hammond from Isogo Strong and unpack some common leadership themes that we have seen stand out during this crisis. As we've coached and worked with leaders over the past several months, themes have emerged where the best leaders are thriving and implementing changes to successfully take their team and organisation forward. These themes include Grace & Kindness, Communication, Individualization, Clarity, and Self-care. In this episode, we focus on SELF-CARE. The need for prioritization of self to show up better for others and yourself, and how it is often the first thing to go when things get busy. We also discuss how self-care is beyond just the physical and how it includes mental, emotional and the spiritual. Importantly it's also about self-reflection, and giving yourself that time to unplug and process - or your health can suffer later. Key highlights include: Self-care doesn’t change the busyness, but it changes your perspective and outlook so you can show up better for yourself and your team. Self-care isn’t selfish. It gives you time to process, self-reflect and regenerate. No-one wants the burnt-out version of you. Actionable steps to take from this episode: Where is your third space? Take the time to reinvest in this. Make your self-care time non-negotiable - schedule it in, create boundaries and show up for yourself. Give yourself a mental break - you can only control what you can control. Ask your team, how are they investing in their own self-care this week? These conversations with Becky are always valuable, she brings a wealth of knowledge and inspiration from the other side of the world. I hope you follow along with this series here on the podcast as we get into 4 more themes that have shined through the best leaders in this time of lockdown. If you gained inspiration from this episode and the rest of this special podcast series then you will love our program, Leaders Who Give a Damn, where we take these concepts even further. #leadership #leaderswhogiveadamn #coaching #culture #health #resilience #thirdspace #wellbeing #covid19
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