Podcasts

Overcoming Negative Self-Talk

Negative self-talk is an inner dialogue you have with yourself that may be limiting your ability to believe in yourself and your own abilities and to reach your potential.

In this episode of Lead Me On, we discuss the effects of negative self-talk and how to overcome them.

As leaders, we have a lot of goals to achieve and if your thought process is keeping you from doing that, then you need to change the way your thinking.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:
-Consequences of Negative Self-Talk
-Discovering where the roots of the negative thoughts
-Opportunity thinking
-Goal-directed thinking

To connect with Lori King-Taylor visit http://trinityperformancesolutions.com

To connect with Lori Gorrell visit http://www.upwardsolutionscc.com

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Stop Doing That! Multi-Task Mythbusters

For those of you that think multitasking is a superpower. Listen in to learn why multitasking is more kryptonite than a cape. Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell bust several multitasking myths in this episode.

Practical Solutions for Extraordinary Leadership:

  • Time block in your calendar for tactical items – not just meetings.
  • Shut off notifications and close unused apps and tabs.
  • Establish realistic deadlines and priorities so you can focus on getting the work done, rather than feeling the need to multitask.

To connect with Lori King-Taylor visit http://trinityperformancesolutions.com

To connect with Lori Gorrell visit http://www.upwardsolutionscc.com

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How to Hire for Emotional Intelligence

There is no doubt, people who understand and manage their own emotions and can relate to others well make better leaders.   These individuals are better able to handle stress, overcome obstacles and create effective relationships with their teams.  So why wouldn’t you want to seek these leaders out and bring them into your organization?

In this episode of Lead Me On, we discuss how to look for and identify emotionally intelligent people.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • EQ can be a great measure of how successful employees will be on the job
  • Design your interview questions to identify EQ
  • Involved co-workers

To connect with Lori King-Taylor visit http://trinityperformancesolutions.com

To connect with Lori Gorrell visit http://www.upwardsolutionscc.com

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Strategies for Dealing with a Toxic Boss

Chances are many of you have had what we would call a toxic boss. In fact, research shows that 75 percent of Americans say their boss is the most stressful part of their workday.  In this episode, we will discuss coping strategies for working with a toxic boss.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Learn ways to identify a toxic boss 
  • Key causes of toxicity 
  • Solutions for managing through it all

To connect with Lori King-Taylor visit http://trinityperformancesolutions.com

To connect with Lori Gorrell visit http://www.upwardsolutionscc.com

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Leading Toxic Employees

Toxic employees are common enough in the workplace but that doesn’t mean we should let them bring everyone down. This episode focuses on a few simple strategies to overcome and lead through the toxicity.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this twentieth episode of the Lead Me On the podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples on how to mitigate and lead when you are facing a situation with toxic employees.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Observe the costs of having a toxic employee
  • Focus on the solution 
  • Have a clear and candid dialogue with the employee
  • Watch for signs that it’s time to terminate

To connect with Lori King-Taylor visit http://trinityperformancesolutions.com/ , 

To connect with Lori Gorrell visit http://www.upwardsolutionscc.com/.

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Self Care as a Leader

In this particular time of year, we as leaders are so busy on our regular day-to-day tasks at work and on top of that, trying to do end-of-year planning for the next year that we forgot to check internally on ourselves and possibly our team. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this eighteenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples of the benefit of self-care and the pitfalls of putting it on the back seat.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Awareness level
  • Accountability
  • Celebration

To connect with Lori King-Taylor visit http://trinityperformancesolutions.com/ , 

To connect with Lori Gorrell visit http://www.upwardsolutionscc.com/.

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Self Care as a Leader

In this particular time of year, we as leaders are so busy on our regular day-to-day tasks at work and on top of that, trying to do end-of-year planning for the next year that we forgot to check internally on ourselves and possibly our team. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this eighteenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples of the benefit of self-care and the pitfalls of putting it on the back seat.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Awareness level
  • Accountability
  • Celebration

To connect with Lori King-Taylor visit http://trinityperformancesolutions.com/ , 

To connect with Lori Gorrell visit http://www.upwardsolutionscc.com/.

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Episode 1: Dealing With COVID-19

With teams now working remotely in the light of COVID-19, many are experiencing a slew of new and distracting demands. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this first episode of Lead Me On podcast by Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell, we will be talking about recognizing the challenges many are facing during COVID-19 quarantine era.

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Episode 2: Importance of Self-Awareness in Leadership

The importance of Self Awareness in Leadership, specifically for Emotional Intelligence, is not to get the answer right because there is no wrong answer, but to adjust our emotional reaction to what is going on around us.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this second episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you the inside scoop on how to increase your self awareness as a starting point on your emotional intelligence journey.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Why leaders need to self assess.
  • The foundational skill of Emotional Intelligence.
  • Identifying the triggers and recognizing its process.
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Episode 3: How Self-Management Improves Leadership

One of the vital steps in self-management is to deconstruct our inner dialogues, especially in times of change and conflict, to break our self-limiting for the growth of our leadership skills. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this third episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real-life applicable steps to break your negative inner-dialogues. 

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Episode 4: Empathy in Leadership

Developing Emotional Intelligence specifically Empathy has long been identified as a difference maker for leaders. And now, with so many traditional workers shifting to virtual work, honing the skill as a leader is more vital than ever before.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fourth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life steps to increase your Empathy as you take on more challenges in a leadership role. 

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Episode 5: How Sleeps Impacts Your Leadership

More people these days are getting fewer hours of sleep at night than in the past and ironically leaders especially tend to wear that lack of sleep like a badge of honor, despite being aware of its negative effect.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fifth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real-life applicable steps to reduce your sleep deprivation and increase your health as a leader. 

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Episode 6: Sleeping Routine to Improve Leadership Clarity

Now that more leaders can experience the benefit of increased sleeping hours at night, as described in our previous podcast – How Sleep Impacts Your Leadership, they can also enjoy the decrease of hormonal imbalance and its negative effect.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this sixth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps in utilizing routine to increase your health and clarity as a leader. 

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Episode 7: How to Lead a Productive Virtual Meeting

Meetings can be hard enough on their own if they’re not run properly. And then you add virtual meetings to the mix, it could impede your team’s productivity while trying to deal with the evolving technology. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fifth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps to lead a successful virtual meeting.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Preparing for the meeting
  • Having a system in place to support the virtual meeting
  • Ending the meeting with actionable tasks

 

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Episode 8: Social Awareness in Leadership

EQ leaders subscribe to the adage, “take care of the people and the people will take care of the business.”  During this pandemic, it is critical to think of how employees are impacted by the changes.  

Emotionally Intelligent leaders demonstrate a genuine interest and commitment to the vulnerability, fears, and pain of their team.  Strong social awareness allows leaders to identify with and understand the wants, needs, and viewpoints of those around them. While EQ leaders may not be able to solve or eliminate every pain point or problem their business and employees face today, they do feel a need to get creative in order to address as many issues as possible in a meaningful way.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Active listening
  • Body language awareness
  • Conversation triggers
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Episode 9: Leadership and Personalities…Why do they do that Part 1

Have you ever looked at the people you work with and wonder, “why do they do that?” It is so important as leaders to recognize that there are many ways people are motivated and inspired in the workplace. Knowing how to adapt your communication to the individual can be your secret sauce.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this ninth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps to recognize four primary work styles and the key differences that make each style tick and what can get in their way.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Four core workstyles 
  • Specific ways that each workstyle contributes to a team
  • Importance of adapting to the different styles on your team

Bonus from Lori Gorrell: ebook Why Do They Do That?

Resources that we referred to: Everything DiSC assessments
https://www.upwardsolutionscc.com/services/training/disc-assessments/
http://trinityperformancesolutions.com/everything-disc/

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Episode 10: Leadership and Personalities…Why do they do that Part 2

Continuing from the previous episode, with the question of “why do they do that?” Now that you know how to adapt your communication let’s start to recognize these different personalities.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this tenth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps to recognize four primary work styles and the key differences that make each style tick and what can get in their way.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

• How to develop and manage the team
• Describing instead of labeling the personalities
• Recognizing and utilizing the dynamic of the team

Bonus from Lori Gorrell: ebook Why Do They Do That?

Resources that we referred to: Everything DiSC assessments

DiSC Assessments

Everything DiSC

 

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Episode 11: The Productive Leader

When you think of being productive, you may picture someone being busy all day. Constantly moving through tasks, pushing deadlines, and working through duties that grow daily. We mistake being busy with being productive, but they aren’t the same thing. 

There’s a big difference between movement and achievement.   

In this eleventh episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real-life applicable steps to identify the many aspects to productivity and how to better optimize you time.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

• List creation
• Task prioritization
• Batching

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Episode 12: Promoting a healthy conflict under your leadership.

Conflict is not something that we often consider a positive in our lives, but Productive Conflict is a skill we need to promote in the workplace.  Productive Conflict is an open exchange of differing ideas but expressed so that all parties feel heard, respected, and unafraid to voice dissenting opinions to reach a resolution.

Conflict, as we typically think of it, is quite the opposite. Referred to more as an argument without resolutions. 

Why should leaders encourage productive Conflict?  Because it promotes an exchange of ideas that might be outside the box, making us far more productive and effective.  

Productive Conflict moves teams forward.  It can catapult organizations in the right direction and create solutions we might never have considered.   Productive Conflict will also improve our interpersonal relationships allowing us to confront each other constructively, voicing our opinions without fear of rejection or hard feelings.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • How to prepare for healthy conflict
  • Importance of healthy conflict
  • How to start with the ending action in mind
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Episode 13: Establishing Ground Rules as a Tool For Effective Leadership

Is there a way to manage conflict in your team? Continuing on from our discussion on conflict, there is one tool that you can use to manage your team and that is establishing the ground rules for communication and behavior expectations. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this thirteenth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples of creating ground rules and discussing the benefits for leading teams. We would recommend you to listen to our previous episode to get the full picture of this topic.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Ground rules for communication
  • Establishing expectations
  • Being accountable – holding others accountable – to following the rules
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Episode 14: Qualities of a Leader

What are the 4 qualities of a team leader? Understanding and implementing these 4 qualities as a leader will build trust and relationship with your team. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fourteen episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples of being self-aware of your strengths and limitations as a leader. 

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Authenticity
  • Clarity
  • Action
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Episode 15: Positivity in Leadership

Can positivity be your superpower as a leader? You must have heard about how positivity is naturally contagious, but do you know why? Because positivity really does change chemistry in other people’s brains.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fifteen episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples on how adding positivity into your leadership toolbox could increase your team productivity.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • How to make a shift into positive leadership.
  • How to use positivity as a motivator.
  • How to make positivity into a habit.
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Episode 16: Leaders and Goal Setting = Success for the Year!


Goal setting is a way to stay focused on what truly matters.  Without goals, your team lacks focus and direction. They not only provide direction; goals also give a benchmark for success.

The success of any team is mostly dependent on the leader.  A good leader is someone who knows how to inspire, motivate, problem-solve, and work with their team to determine the right goals to meet their objectives.  Learning how to help your team set reasonable and attainable goals are crucial to achieving success. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this sixteenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples on goal setting strategy and its benefits.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:
Intentions
Motivation and vision
Emotional connection to your goals

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Episode 17: Maintaining Calm in Time of Turmoil as a Leader


Here we are in the season of time where there is a lot going on. It could be a stressful time for you and your team, but it could also be the most exciting time.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this seventeenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples on how to manage stress and maintaining calm presence as a leader.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:
What stress does to your body
Positivity (refer to episode 15)
Gratitude

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Ep 18: Motivated Employees: What you can do as a Leader

Recent Gallup data shows that only 33 percent of all workers in the U.S. are engaged in the workplace. Unfortunately for businesses, the cost of this disengagement is high. 

As a leader, you’re likely aware of the negative impact of disengaged employees. What you may not know, though, is how to go about creating an environment that inspires a motivated workforce.  

In this episode of Lead Me On, we discuss ways that you, the leader, can create a motivating environment and tailor your efforts to meet the needs of your employees.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this eighteenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are discussing the methods to create a motivating environment and culture for your team.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  • Creating a motivating environment
  • Tailoring your efforts to meet the needs of your employees
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Recent Gallup data shows that only 33 percent of all workers in the U.S. are engaged in the workplace. Unfortunately for businesses, the cost of this disengagement is high. 

As a leader, you’re likely aware of the negative impact of disengaged employees. What you may not know, though, is how to go about creating an environment that inspires a motivated workforce.  

In this episode of Lead Me On, we discuss ways that you, the leader, can create a motivating environment and tailor your efforts to meet the needs of your employees.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this eighteenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are discussing the methods to create a motivating environment and culture for your team.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Maslow's hierarchy of needs
  • Creating a motivating environment
  • Tailoring your efforts to meet the needs of your employees


Here we are in the season of time where there is a lot going on. It could be a stressful time for you and your team, but it could also be the most exciting time.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this seventeenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples on how to manage stress and maintaining calm presence as a leader.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:
What stress does to your body
Positivity (refer to episode 15)
Gratitude


 


Goal setting is a way to stay focused on what truly matters.  Without goals, your team lacks focus and direction. They not only provide direction; goals also give a benchmark for success.

The success of any team is mostly dependent on the leader.  A good leader is someone who knows how to inspire, motivate, problem-solve, and work with their team to determine the right goals to meet their objectives.  Learning how to help your team set reasonable and attainable goals are crucial to achieving success. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this sixteenth episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples on goal setting strategy and its benefits.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:
Intentions
Motivation and vision
Emotional connection to your goals


 

Can positivity be your superpower as a leader? You must have heard about how positivity is naturally contagious, but do you know why? Because positivity really does change chemistry in other people's brains.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fifteen episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples on how adding positivity into your leadership toolbox could increase your team productivity.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • How to make a shift into positive leadership.
  • How to use positivity as a motivator.
  • How to make positivity into a habit.

What are the 4 qualities of a team leader? Understanding and implementing these 4 qualities as a leader will build trust and relationship with your team. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fourteen episode of the Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples of being self-aware of your strengths and limitations as a leader. 

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Authenticity
  • Clarity
  • Action

Is there a way to manage conflict in your team? Continuing on from our discussion on conflict, there is one tool that you can use to manage your team and that is establishing the ground rules for communication and behavior expectations. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this Thirteenth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are sharing real-life examples of creating ground rules and discussing the benefits for leading teams. We would recommend you to listen to our previous episode to get the full picture of this topic.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Ground rules for communication
  • Establishing expectations
  • Being accountable - holding others accountable - to following the rules

Conflict is not something that we often consider a positive in our lives, but Productive Conflict is a skill we need to promote in the workplace.  Productive Conflict is an open exchange of differing ideas but expressed so that all parties feel heard, respected, and unafraid to voice dissenting opinions to reach a resolution.

Conflict, as we typically think of it, is quite the opposite. Referred to more as an argument without resolutions. 

Why should leaders encourage productive Conflict?  Because it promotes an exchange of ideas that might be outside the box, making us far more productive and effective.  

Productive Conflict moves teams forward.  It can catapult organizations in the right direction and create solutions we might never have considered.   Productive Conflict will also improve our interpersonal relationships allowing us to confront each other constructively, voicing our opinions without fear of rejection or hard feelings.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • How to prepare for healthy conflict
  • Importance of healthy conflict
  • How to start with the ending action in mind

When you think of being productive, you may picture someone being busy all day. Constantly moving through tasks, pushing deadlines, and working through duties that grow daily. We mistake being busy with being productive, but they aren’t the same thing. 

There’s a big difference between movement and achievement.   

In this eleventh episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real-life applicable steps to identify the many aspects to productivity and how to better optimize you time.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

• List creation
• Task prioritization
• Batching


 

Continuing from the previous episode, with the question of “why do they do that?” Now that you know how to adapt your communication let’s start to recognize these different personalities.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this tenth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps to recognize four primary work styles and the key differences that make each style tick and what can get in their way.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

• How to develop and manage the team
• Describing instead of labeling the personalities
• Recognizing and utilizing the dynamic of the team

Bonus from Lori Gorrell: ebook Why Do They Do That?

Resources that we referred to: Everything DiSC assessments

DiSC Assessments

Everything DiSC


 

Have you ever looked at the people you work with and wonder, “why do they do that?” It is so important as leaders to recognize that there are many ways people are motivated and inspired in the workplace. Knowing how to adapt your communication to the individual can be your secret sauce.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this ninth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps to recognize four primary work styles and the key differences that make each style tick and what can get in their way.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Four core workstyles 
  • Specific ways that each workstyle contributes to a team
  • Importance of adapting to the different styles on your team

Bonus from Lori Gorrell: ebook Why Do They Do That?

Resources that we referred to: Everything DiSC assessments
https://www.upwardsolutionscc.com/services/training/disc-assessments/
http://trinityperformancesolutions.com/everything-disc/


 

EQ leaders subscribe to the adage, "take care of the people and the people will take care of the business."  During this pandemic, it is critical to think of how employees are impacted by the changes.  

Emotionally Intelligent leaders demonstrate a genuine interest and commitment to the vulnerability, fears, and pain of their team.  Strong social awareness allows leaders to identify with and understand the wants, needs, and viewpoints of those around them. While EQ leaders may not be able to solve or eliminate every pain point or problem their business and employees face today, they do feel a need to get creative in order to address as many issues as possible in a meaningful way.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Active listening
  • Body language awareness
  • Conversation triggers

Meetings can be hard enough on their own if they're not run properly. And then you add virtual meetings to the mix, it could impede your team’s productivity while trying to deal with the evolving technology. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fifth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps to lead a successful virtual meeting

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Preparing for the meeting
  • Having a system in place to support the virtual meeting
  • Ending the meeting with actionable tasks

Now that more leaders can experience the benefit of increased sleeping hours at night, as described in our previous podcast - How Sleep Impacts Your Leadership, they can also enjoy the decrease of hormonal imbalance and its negative effect.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this sixth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life applicable steps in utilizing routine to increase your health and clarity as a leader. 

More people these days are getting fewer hours of sleep at night than in the past and ironically leaders especially tend to wear that lack of sleep like a badge of honor, despite being aware of its negative effect.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fifth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real-life applicable steps to reduce your sleep deprivation and increase your health as a leader. 

Developing Emotional Intelligence specifically Empathy has long been identified as a difference maker for leaders. And now, with so many traditional workers shifting to virtual work, honing the skill as a leader is more vital than ever before.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this fourth episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real life steps to increase your Empathy as you take on more challenges in a leadership role. 

One of the vital steps in self-management is to deconstruct our inner dialogues, especially in times of change and conflict, to break our self-limiting for the growth of our leadership skills. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this third episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you real-life applicable steps to break your negative inner-dialogues. 

The importance of Self Awareness in Leadership, specifically for Emotional Intelligence, is not to get the answer right because there is no wrong answer, but to adjust our emotional reaction to what is going on around us.

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this second episode of Lead Me On podcast, Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell are giving you the inside scoop on how to increase your self awareness as a starting point on your emotional intelligence journey.

Some of the topics that we will be covering are:

  • Why leaders need to self assess.
  • The foundational skill of Emotional Intelligence.
  • Identifying the triggers and recognizing its process.

With teams now working remotely in the light of COVID-19, many are experiencing a slew of new and distracting demands. 

If you are a leader who wants to increase your capability to lead with greater impact and influence, this podcast will provide you with applicable and practical solutions for extraordinary leadership.

In this first episode of Lead Me On podcast by Lori King-Taylor and Lori Gorrell, we will be talking about recognizing the challenges many are facing during COVID-19 quarantine era. 

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