The team is there to accomplish the goal. The leader is there to support the team. If the team reaches their goals, profits will quickly follow. Your team will only treat your customers as well as they are treated. Download the practice sheet at HeartofLeadersPodcast.com
Cathy sunshine talks in depth about relationships within a company alongside how costumers control the company. She goes into detail about how chaos on the outside will reflect the inside and vice versa. Listen for more details on reflecting the image your customers want to get the results you were hoping for.
For the team to excel and adapt to a relentlessly changing environment and competitive landscape, each member must take responsibility for their own personal and professional growth and leaders must proactively invest time and money into the growth of their teams. The stronger each member becomes, the stronger the team becomes. Download the practice sheet at HeartofLeadersPodcast.com
135 Shuttle Missions, a lot on the line, and a focus on each team member- Rick Searfoss goes into the depth of the importance of having your matrix of relationships with your team and how this crucial aspect of Heart Led Leadership brought him to having been part of the most successful shuttle mission of all time. Listen to Rick talk about having fun and building up those around you and why you need to pay attention to the little things.
One of our most beloved faculty members, Rick Searfoss, passed away on September 29th. This was shocking news to all of us who knew him well. Rick was 62 years old and he might have been our most in shape faculty member. Because he was an active test pilot for the U.S. Military, he received regular physicals... we thought Rick was immortal. In this episode we go back a few months and listen to the interview we had already recorded with Rick Searfoss and listen to his adventures and life as a Heart Led Leader.
Godspeed Colonel Searfoss.
The Grand Story for the organization describes what has come before, what the current state is and why the organization must change and grow to succeed. It spells out the DESTINY of the organization, its purpose, why getting to the Daring Destination is critical, why it must be done quickly, and why we are the only team that can possibly accomplish this mission. It engages each team member in finding their role in the story and discovering their unique contribution to the outcome. The Grand Story imbues the Daring Destination with meaning for each team member. Download the practice sheet at HeartofLeadersPodcast.com
Rick Tetzeli thinks differently from other journalists and he writes from a different perspective. So, its not surprising that he seeks out business leaders who think differently. In this session, we go inside his coolest assignments to learn more about these uncommon leaders.
Rick Tetzeli has been the Executive Editor of at Fast Company, Deputy Editor at Fortune and Editor of Entertainment Weekly. He has been covering the biggest names in business for decades. In this session, we learn about Rick’s roots and where he got his passion for business and how he chooses his subjects.
Each team member commits a portion of their life and their emotional bandwidth to the team. They commit to doing whatever it takes (that is legal and moral) to get to the Daring Destination. Because of their commitment, they deserve to win. The leader must act to clear obstacles and team members who are in the way of accomplishing the goal, because the team deserves to win. Download the practice sheet at HeartofLeadersPodcast.com