This month the podcast is about you as a boss, and today in particular is about your point of view. Your point of view influences the results you get from those you manage as well as how you invest in people. Here’s the importance of mindfulness in managing.
What you’ll find in this episode:
- My hypothesis on how to help leaders.
- One of the first core areas of understanding I want everyone to have.
- What happens when you don’t have a mechanism of awareness to supervise your own point of view.
- Where your point of view and values come from.
- “Common sense is what YOU think is common.”
- Your mind is your most powerful, yet least utilized, performance tool.
Featured on the Show and Other Notes:
- Ali Brown’s Glambition Radio podcast.
- Team management, team leadership strategy days are coming this year in select locations where you can schedule a day to spend with me. If that interests you, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and say, “I would like to be on the short list for a strategy day.” Please put in the body of your email where in the world you are.
- The very first book I wrote was called Change Your Think – An Unexpected Way to Think About Managing People.
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- Coming in the next couple of weeks – I’m releasing a video compilation that focuses on getting results through others. Subscribers to my email list will receive these. Join here!
- The Founder’s Lab is my private coaching program for female founders who are generating more than 7-figures in their revenue. It’s a complement to the Entrepreneurial Management program and is a part of the work you get as a client of mine. This isn’t a “class.” I don’t give you copious tons of things to do. I give you the ones that matter and then we keep talking about them. We apply them. That’s why it’s called the Founder’s Lab.
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