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Leanne Hughes from the First Time Facilitator blog reveals all of her group facilitation, training and workshop tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve the next time you step out in front of a group. Discover how you can tweak elements of your facilitation style, or incorporate new techniques to engage your audience and leave with lasting impact (and 5-star feedback). Icebreakers, leadership, group interaction, preparation, games, conflict, props, flip-charts, delivery, voice, body ...
 
Explore the Science and Art of Great Teams through the 6 Conditions podcast with show hosts Dr. Ruth Wageman and Dr. Krister Lowe. The show explores how the 6 Team Conditions framework--a leading, empirically validated and highly predictive framework based on the seminal work of Drs. Richard Hackman, Ruth Wagman and other teams scholars at Harvard University--helps team leaders, team members and team coaches/facilitators foster team effectiveness. The show unpacks the structural design condi ...
 
Revive the heart of your organization by reigniting appreciation for the human element of work. Educate yourself, your team and your leadership! The InvestHuman Podcast focusses on helping your organization thrive by discussing the most important part of your business: Your People.
 
Join Carissa Bub--Host of Season 2 of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast--and today's leaders, entrepreneurs and coaches as we explore the art and science of team coaching in communities and organizations. Discover how team coaching can accelerate team development and performance, can foster the development of leadership cultures, can drive organizational change and more. Tune in for interviews with team coaching experts. Hear stories of "hits and misses" and essential lessons learned from condu ...
 
Welcome to Create New Futures. Every episode, best-selling author and host Aviv Shahar will explore ideas and insights that can awaken and inspire you to the opportunities you have to create new futures for you, your family, your teams, and for your business. Life is too short to not be engaged in fascinating conversations that open, inspire and unleash new ways of thinking and seeing possibilities and beauty. Through Create New Futures, Aviv will engage in conversation with leaders and expe ...
 
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It’s always fun to deliver a project but as we all know as facilitators, many of the lessons learned are discovered in the reflection! Joeri Schilders and I met a few months ago and in space of a few weeks, created a concept for a project, launched it, welcomed members in, created the program and delivered it. In this episode, Joeri and I debrief t…
 
Today, I’m chatting to someone who also shares my love for the Clifton Strengths tool. It’s all well and good to find a tool you love, that echoes back what you think + feel about yourself but more importantly? It’s what you do with it that matters! Today’s guest, Charlotte Blair from The Strengths Partners shares how we can apply and activate our …
 
Kelly Waldher is the Vice President of Marketing for G-Suite at Google. Prior to Google, he was the Executive Vice President and General Manager at Qualtrics. Prior to that, Kelly spent fourteen years at Microsoft where he was the General Manager of Office 365 and held a variety of corporate marketing roles, including the Global Product Marketing L…
 
We’ve been delivering in-person workshops for years. We’re comfortable. Give us a marker pen, some butcher’s paper and some decent catering: We’re good to go! When Covid hit earlier this year, many of us had to shift gears and deliver workshops online. We had to adjust to new technology, new ways of experiencing workshops, a range of energy levels.…
 
TCZ Podcast #124: Andres Roberts: What Can Nature Teach Us About Coaching Teams? I’m very excited to be joined in this episode on The Team Coaching Zone by Andres Roberts, the founder of the Bio-Leadership Project and co-founder of Way of Nature. Andres' TEDx talk How Would Nature Change Leadership? – quickly made its way onto the global TED platfo…
 
6 CONDITIONS PODCAST #013: TIJANA MCKENZIE & SATHI BANERJEE, ROYAL DUTCH SHELL: AN ENTERPRISE PERSPECTIVE ON HOW TEAM EFFECTIVENESS DRIVES BUSINESS OUTCOMES This episode is the 2nd in a 6-part series focusing on practitioner perspectives on applying the 6 Conditions Framework and Team Diagnostic Survey in organizations. In this episode Tijana McKen…
 
Ever since I spoke to Jacinta Cubis on the show, I've started noticing more facilitation lessons around me, every day. In this week's episode, I share the story of my return to a group fitness class at the gym, and what I learnt about virtual facilitation as a result. Click here to view the show notes. Get on the Virtually Possible 2.0 waitlist…
 
Mark Bowden is back! It sounds weird to say this: But this guy makes you feel at home when you chat to him. Yes, I know we’re all at home already — he’s curious, he uses your name when he talks to you, he asks questions, he nods, he does all the things to make you feel safe and ready to contribute. I spoke to Mark in Episode 102 of the First Time F…
 
Meditation practices have guided Aviv through challenging events, where he simply was not sure how he would find the courage or strength to pull off the demanding tests he faced. By applying these practices, Aviv hopes that listeners can become more centered, improve mental and overall health, and guide personal and professional endeavors to achiev…
 
Have you been running webinars but finding it difficult to get people through the door? This week’s guest is great at tuning in to topics that people actually want, and he’s figured out a pretty neat system to do this! Ken Burgin works with foodservice operators to assist them to be more popular & successful. He is a former cafe and restaurant owne…
 
Are you zipping around from one virtual meeting to the next? Clicking Exit on a call, then clicking a new link to jump on the next without getting space in between? I am! How can we facilitate an experience, where our participants arrive into our virtual workshops with renewed energy and focus? That's the conversation I have with today's guest, Wad…
 
Catherine Sherlock is an expert in leadership actualization, intuition, and emotional intelligence. Catherine works with leaders who see the bigger picture, where leadership is about becoming and showing up as your best self to ignite the best in others. She believes that higher mindfulness is about creating a more profound connection inside your e…
 
Meghan Barp is the President and CEO of the United Way of Greenville County. In this episode of Concord Leaders, she shares her joy of leading an organization that is trusted to convene the conversation and coordinate action. And about the transitioning from individual contributor to leading teams to then leading organizations.…
 
Anytime you’re live - whether that’s presenting a webinar, or a face-to-face workshop, you’re essentially exchanging your time for money. Today’s guest, Sarah Cordiner has helped over 132,000 students from all over the world. You don’t do that by running workshops, you do it by scaling what you offer through digital programs and courses. Where do y…
 
6 Conditions Podcast | Episode #012 | Dr. David Tate: Applying the 6 Conditions and Team Diagnostic Survey in Private Equity This episode kicks off a series of episodes that will feature the perspectives of certified practitioners who have applied the 6 Team Conditions framework and Team Diagnostic Survey with real world teams. Dr. David Tate joins…
 
TCZ Episode #123: Aileen Miziolek: Insights and Inspiration for Coaching Family Business Teams According to the World Economic Forum 70% of the world’s economy is made up of family businesses and 50% of the global workforce work in those businesses. Aside from the business case, I am passionate about coaching family businesses and have been looking…
 
TCZ Podcast #122: Jennifer Garvey Berger: Cultivating Leadership & Unlocking Mindtraps in Teams Given the astonishing experience of 2020 – which has confirmed that we have entered a moment of radical change and alteration - how can we as team coaches find deep and intentional ways to grow ourselves and our clients in order to better thrive in compl…
 
Panel discussions! You see some great ones, you see some ordinary ones. A few years ago I was really into the ABC TV show, Q&A with Tony Jones. Some people didn’t enjoy his style. I loved it. He was direct, funny, great at segueing the conversation and getting panellists to add, argue, contradict each other, which created fantastic drama. It’s real…
 
There are two fast ways to ruin a great company and run a business into the ground. The first is to let lawyers run the company. The second is to let the financial controller run the business. Aviv calls on his experience as a military pilot to identify and explain the five altitudes of business conversations. In this episode, Aviv continues his di…
 
In this episode, Leanne and Joeri share 5 super simple (some might say, lazy?) ways to keep up the energy in your virtual sessions. This is the audio replay of a really fun webinar we ran on 23 July 2020. Enjoy the webinar? Then, you’re going to love our new program called Virtually Possible Join the Virtually Possible movement (use coupon code POD…
 
Amy Sample Ward is the CEO of NTEN. In this episode of Concord Leaders, she shares how how her community organizing background informs her leadership. She talks about how ignoring her gut has been the common denominator in her biggest experiences of missing the mark. And she shares why everyone in the organization should lead in their roles.…
 
How did I find today’s guest? Through this article: How to Host a Cocktail Party on Zoom (and have better classes, conferences and meetings, too) written by Misha Glouberman, that Michael Bungay Stanier shared on LinkedIn. As I read the article, my jaw dropped. The level of consideration around facilitating this birthday party was next level! From …
 
I’m taking you backstage to share how Joeri Schilders and I are collaborating to bring you the Virtually Possible program. With everyone in lockdown, this may be a good time to reach out to someone and put your heads together, to solve a problem. We haven’t really done things the traditional way: We don’t use emails to communicate at all! In this e…
 
Jeff Cates is the CEO and President of Achievers, an industry-leading employee voice and recognition solution that accelerates a culture of performance. Prior to his time at Achievers, Jeff was the CEO and President of Intuit Canada, during which time the company was named a top great place to work in Canada year after year and was also recognized …
 
TCZ Episode #121: Alison Cameron: What Does It Really Take To Transform Teams? In this episode Alison Cameron, an internationally acclaimed transformation strategist and I talk about what it takes to guide team leaders in enabling organisational evolution. I'm interested, how do we ourselves as team coaches, better understand what it takes to help …
 
TCZ Episode #120: Klaus Leopold: Reinventing Agile: Why High-Performing Teams Isn’t The Answer Before, during and for sure post the immediate crisis of #Covid-19, organisations today are having to reinvent themselves faster than ever before. As a behaviour change expert working with senior teams, I tend to focus on the human system itself rather th…
 
So many times as facilitators we’re asked to come in to solve a specific problem: It could be communication, leadership challenges, absenteeism, decision fatigue or indecision, even. We’re given a lot of challenges and you know what? A lot of the time, it comes back to the culture of a team, the culture of an organisation and what standards and val…
 
If you’re going to learn something, you might as well learn from the best, right? I’m still reeling from my interview with today’s guest, Alan Weiss.This is another episode for you if you run your own business or looking to be a solopreneur. I reached out to Alan after Michael Bungay Stanier’s contribution to Episode 120, where he said, “If you rea…
 
How can we map the intelligence terrain to capitalize on the different capacities and sources of intelligence? Throughout his lifetime, Aviv has endeavored to answer these questions through his work with teachers, entrepreneurs, business executives, coaches, healers, and futurists. In this episode, Aviv continues his discussion by expounding on the…
 
This episode was inspired by a question that came through on The Flipchart community last week from Yishan Chan, host of the Talent Stack podcast. She asked, “Hi Leanne, is there a short podcast episode I can share with my workplace on why we need to think differently about how Zoom "show and tell" sessions are run?” Today I share my approach, mind…
 
6 CONDITIONS #011: LEADERSHIP & AUTHORITY STRUCTURES IN TEAMS: WHERE DOES GREAT TEAM LEADERSHIP COME FROM? Key Questions: Where does great team leadership come from? What kinds of things should team leaders do and what things are better for the team to do? In this episode Ruth & Krister explore: Where does great team leadership come from? 1. Leader…
 
If I was playing a game of corporate buzzword meeting bingo, the one word I’d like on my bingo card would be: Innovation! (“Unprecedented” would be my second choice). Many leaders, teams and companies talk about innovation. It’s often a company value. Yet, we still see traditional work practices, and not a lot of real innovation happening. So, what…
 
Merridith Crowe is the President & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lowcountry. In this episode of Concord Leaders, she shares the joy in helping the staff she leads and the people they all serve. And she shares how she works with her staff as she leads with her bias toward action. (Fact check: Merridith realized she'd confused Chuck Yeager w…
 
Miha Matlievski is business coach focusing on helping entrepreneurs and business executives. His approach was shaped by what he describes as an epic failure that eventually led to a redemptive renewal and a new beginning. Miha’s passionate pursuit and hard work have resulted in four successful businesses and a personal net worth of fifteen million …
 
I invited this week’s guest on the show because I love, love, love sport; I love playing it, I love watching it. I’m in complete awe of high performing athletes and teams, who show up, work hard, have a strong mental game, pull off impossible feats and my guest, helps them do that! Dr. Fergus Connolly is one of the world’s foremost human potential …
 
6 CONDITIONS PODCAST EPISODE #010: ONGOING TEAM COACHING: PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIUM AND STRUCTURAL VS. EMERGENT PROCESS COACHING Key Question: How do you support the development of teams over time? In this episode Ruth & Krister explore: Team Coaching as a Function of the Team Team Coaching as a Process of Learning and Change Punctuated Equilibrium: T…
 
We’ve never really taken a deep dive on the concept of “noticing”. Noticing your perspectives, other people’s perspectives, seeing things in a new light, or a different way. I think this is always relevant, particular as facilitators - noticing, sensing what’s happening in a workshop room (or a Zoom room!). My guest this week, Jacinta Cubis, is one…
 
TCZ Episode #119: Mike Robbins: We’re All In This Together: Coaching Teams With This in Mind On today's show I talk to Mike Robbins, author of five books including his brand new title, We're All In This Together: Creating a Team Culture of High Performance, Trust and Belonging. Mike's ideas are based on 20 years working as a highly sought-after spe…
 
What do you learn when you sit on 128 webinars in a week? My guest this week, David Nour shares his experiences and more in this episode! I invited senior leadership/board advisor, researcher, executive educator and best-selling author, David Nour on the show to talk about a phrase/book he’s releasing called Curve Benders. These are the strategic r…
 
The importance of recognition in a workplace cannot be understated. Recognition is the most underutilized organizational currency and yet, it is one of the most cost-effective ways to boost morale, increase retention and enable interpersonal connections. In this episode, Aviv expounds on the many ways recognition can bring an organizational mindset…
 
Tony Brazelton is a biochemist, a manager of projects, a manager of people, a process improvement consultant, a change management consultant, and now a corporate trainer and management and leadership consultant. He loves to design and deliver learning experiences to help people be excellent—to each other. In our conversation this week, he shares an…
 
Monroe Free is the President & CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County. In this episode of Concord Leaders, Monroe shares that his love about leading comes from the difference a team can make in the lives of others. He talks about how not understanding relationships led to a mistake with serving people. And gives us a compellingly fresh ta…
 
Specialising in neuro linguistic programming, Yoke van Dam trains and coaches business leaders, executives, sales teams and individual staff members the tangible skills that can deliver the outcomes they want. She also presents keynotes in corporate and other settings to bring about positive change. In this episode, you'll learn: Why language and h…
 
TCZ Episode #118: Tatiana Fraser & Rachel Sinha: Making Systems Leadership Possible My guests today are two formidable women and the co-founders of the System Sanctuary – an international peer learning and training platform for systems leadership. Tatiana Fraser has 20 years of experience leading and scaling systems innovations, creating strategic …
 
6 CONDITIONS #009: LAUNCHING & RELAUNCHING TEAMS How and when do you get the 6 Team Conditions in place? Why is launching/relaunching critically important for teams. In this episode Ruth & Krister: Discuss the importance of launching teams as part of the Designing --> Launching --> Coaching Sequence. Review the importance of "beginnings" in teams a…
 
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