In this week's episode, we address the question of what to do with a teammate who interrupts & pushes their own agenda and ideas. https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2021/03/episode-98-shes-kerosene/
In this week's episode, we address the question of what to do when a teammate who interrupts & pushes their own agenda and ideas. https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2021/03/episode-98-shes-kerosene/
If you've been missing us, here's a little something from tomorrow's episode to tide you over!
We're back after the holiday break to discuss how we apply the leadership principles we talk about in our home lives. https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2021/01/episode-96-family-portrait/
Truer words never spoken!
A good leader is one who empowers others to step up, speak up, make wise choices, and take care of themself/others. It is not the one who pushes you to perfection or barks orders. They’re not the one always focused on the spotlight. They’re the one focused on those around them.
We mentioned several games in this week's podcast. SOMEONE forgot to add the links to those games on the episode page (not pointing fingers, but her name starts with a D & ends with an awn).
You can now find links to those games on the episode page - https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/12/episode-95-wizard-needs-food-badly/
How do you keep up morale and team cohesion while fully remote in this time of quarantine? We discuss at length how things have changed... https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/12/episode-95-wizard-needs-food-badly/
In this episode, we answer
a question about how to handle kids, schooling, and a dual income home in a time of COVID-19-fueled uncertainty. https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/11/episode-94-the-kids/
Join us as we discuss our most recent bookclub book: The Art of Leadership by Michael Lopp! https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/11/bookclub-20-the-art-of-leadership/
In this episode, we talk about feeling like you're playing Russian Roulette deciding whether to go into work to help a team you really care about. Tough decision! https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/11/episode-93-sacrifice-theory/
Tomorrow's episode about the workplace spawned this completely normal side discussion, in which one of our heroes discovers golf announcers... https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/lq_ep93_jerdiscoversgolfannouncers.mp3
In this episode, we answer a question for a listener whose brother is in a shop that is way behind and not following pandemic safety guidelines. https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/10/episode-92-the-disease/
Have you read Radical Candor? We have! Let's talk about that... https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/10/bookclub-19-radical-candor/
In this episode, we talk about holiday gifts to and from your team. What do you do? https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/09/episode-91-oi-to-the-world/
This episode, we answer the question of a freelancer who found out the rate they're being subcontracted for and would like a bigger piece of that pie! https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/09/episode-90-sixteen-tons/
Join us as we discuss The Phoenix Project--that's right, we read them out of order, and we stand by that! https://leadingquestionspodcast.com/2020/09/bookclub-18-the-phoenix-project/
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