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Expressing the relationship between the parts & the whole. We teach leadership concepts through life experiences while giving a vocabulary and framework to leadership. In addition to the bi-monthly podcast with the guys, content includes: interviews with local leaders, in-depth teaching of concepts and more.
 
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Some say that change is inevitable, but it is not something we tend to enjoy or regularly chase. We ask questions, approaching this issue similarly to other systemic issues we encounter : Why is change so difficult? How do you manage relationships through change? If and when should you settle? Love us? Or even just a like us? Find more [of Leadersh…
 
As a hot topic in the news, as well as something that affects wide ranging groups of people, the [of] Leadership crew. We ask questions, approaching this issue similarly to other systemic issues we encounter : What is my role in keeping things the way they currently are? How can I make this a safe space to discuss this? What is the value of changin…
 
The of Crew takes a bit of time to think through the lasting of effects of the Puritan work ethic on our modern day work place and work week. As we think calmly and gain perspective on our societal view on the workforce, we think through the impact that relationships have on a system where we try to work harder and develop a "work life" separate fr…
 
"If you don't want to divorce, separate." This quote emphasizes the necessity of individuality and the chance to gain some distance from a situation in order to calm one's self. Amidst the rambles of our pandemic exhausted brains, we made observations on : The loss of easily accessible conversations to test ideas thoughtfully The difficulty of youn…
 
Love us? Or even just a like us? Find more [of Leadership] at... Our website ofleadership.com On Facebook On Twitter Via email at ofleadership@gmail.com And don't forget to subscribe to our podcast and leave a review! Our friends... Like the tunes? Check out Jetler Check out Where Would You Like To Start by by Dr. David Freeman and Avrum Nadigel Me…
 
Have you encountered issues and difficulties within teams? It seems that all teams have some vision, and a poor vision or lack of direction can cause tension and affect relationships and productivity. John leads us in a classic of Leadership discussion through the ideas of difference between, and need for, discussion and dialogue. Love us? Or even …
 
One's ability functional is tied to our ability to regulate ourselves within a variety of anxieties and stressors. By looking at our own ability to function, and realizing we need a "reset", we can make the conscious decision to reset ourselves onto the rails of our life which are our guiding principals and values. As well, how does our response to…
 
Having lost a mother, experienced the loss of a student, and comforting her daughter through own divorce, Marge Smith is no stranger to grief. The sudden loss of a complex relationship of 32 years has left her with an intense grief different than the others she has seen in her life. Marge talks through... Faith as a foundation of strength and hope …
 
Having discussed trust before, on a societal level, this time a personal question of, "How do I trust people, especially having had a difficult time trusting in the past." There is also a surprise guest appearance from Alexa, Alex's lovely lady lumps, speaking from her progressing experience as a graduate student on the import of learning to trust …
 
Not noticing or addressing feelings deny us of our humanness. How can a leader be in touch with their feelings while not allowing it to drive snap decisions? Love us? Or even just a like us? Find more [of Leadership] at... Our website ofleadership.com On Facebook On Twitter Via email at ofleadership@gmail.com Like the tunes? Check out Jetler And do…
 
Wouldn't everyone want to work smarter and more efficiently? Well, yes, of course! So what is keeping us from being better workers? Perhaps anxiety has something to play? Love us? Or even just a like us? Find more [of Leadership] at... Our website ofleadership.com On Facebook On Twitter Via email at ofleadership@gmail.com Like the tunes? Check out …
 
Who should you be a little more curious about? Ask for a story, and learn to influence through listening as a calming presence! Love us? Or even just a like us? Find more [of Leadership] at... Our website ofleadership.com On Facebook On Twitter Via email at ofleadership@gmail.com Like the tunes? Check out Jetler And don't forget to subscribe to our…
 
Listen in today as we discuss some topics, such as: What is society emotional process? How is it evident in today? What do we do with it? Love us? Or even just a like us? Find more [of Leadership] at... Our website ofleadership.com On Facebook On Twitter Via email at ofleadership@gmail.com Like the tunes? Check out Jetler And don't forget to subscr…
 
Listen in today as we discuss some topics with Greg, such as : What advice would you have for someone who is really unhappy at their job? What goes into pick a career where you'll have to be in a single job position for a long time, such as a teacher? What does it look like to work in a team environment, especially as a younger employee in a positi…
 
The Coronavirus has changed the world we see. How has the anxiety changed? Why are things more political? Why has anxiety shifted from focusing on the virus to focusing on self rights? Why do I get defensive with my mask on? The guys explore this topic and more. Love us? Or even just a like us? Find more [of Leadership] at... Our website ofleadersh…
 
Where on spectrum between authoritarian and permissive leadership should a leader stand and when? How can one lead an organization when both ends of the spectrum are not desirable? Overfunctioning, underfunctioning, placing responsibility in the right place as well as many other leadership theory weave through this discussion. Join us as we brainst…
 
What are the pitfalls and pillars to good parenting? Oh how this podcast will sound different as Zac and Alex become parents. Listen in for this and more, as we help identify the roles and priorities we spotted in our own upbringing while gaining perspective! John shares some advice too that he thinks is imperative! (And you know how we feel about …
 
What does it like to grow through the stale period of a romantic relationship? Providing space for fighting couples to think about their dating gridlock can help them grow and perhaps love better. Listen in for this and more, as we lather you with questions you can ask yourself to help identify your roles and priorities while gaining perspective! O…
 
Perhaps the most influential person in your life could be, or is, your partner. In this episode the [of] crew tackle the leadership needed in the dating realm: What is one piece of dating advice you think is completely worthless? It will happen when you least expect it Every day is a potential mate You have to feel the spark You're too picky What i…
 
Change is inevitable but people don't change... Do you feel the tension between those two statements? Change is a stranger to no one, but not many people's friends. When looking at change, we found it helpful to gain some perspective and discuss... : The factors that cause change (and it's relationship to anxiety). Change on a societal level, notin…
 
Anxious systems resist the type of leader that would most help them to reverse the downward regression they find themselves in. The [of Leadership] crew explore the affect of Bowen Family System Theory (BFST) on different aspects of their lives. The social studies educator of the group, John, explains how BFST has changed his view on politics - Don…
 
Brené Brown has made vulnerability a personal goal and encourages others to do the same. John, Zac and Alex examine Brown's TED talk in this episode [of Leadership]. What is perception? Am I enough? What does selectively numbing yourself mean? Am I worthy of love and belonging? John guides the conversation and questions the relationship issues with…
 
It's been a wild two years of conversations, growth, and leadership theory. We've learned a lot in our discussions and through our podcasts (especially about podcasting) and we thought it was a great opportunity to share our roots and and to re-share our definition of leadership. Leadership, the influencing of others, is something we do unintention…
 
Romantic relationships are difficult and take intentionality to grow. Using examples from three different perspectives (single, enganged and married), we discuss: As the married man of the bunch, John guides us to work on self to better all relationships. Needing your spouse less for borrowing of self is the key. Zac discusses setting expectations …
 
With Jon Barth, we discussed: Journaling to bring self awareness Reacting vs. responding Identifying emotional states through processing Being your best self Growing up through difficulty Loss of self and how to regain self The journey of living up to your full potential The easiest person to change is you Resources Mentioned...: Team of Rivals by …
 
Difficulties within families increase anxiety in adolescents. In this episode, we discuss: John ponders the interplay of external vs. internal factors. Those external factors being individuality/togetherness; the internal factors being thinking/feeling. Zac recalls his resident training in college for mental health. He contemplates the diagnosis of…
 
With Avrum Nadigel, we discussed: Punk rock and Avrum's introduction into Systems Theory. How Avrum disrupted his system by changing relationship with his mother (breaking the triangle). The lesson's of Bowen's Theory leading Avrum to dating differently and eventually marriage! Avrum speaks on (not) giving advice and creating a space to think diffe…
 
On "Stress [of Leadership]", we discussed: Nodal / Watershed Events Nodal Event Examples: birth, death, marriage, new job Watershed Event Examples: the black plague, invention of the washing machine, the holocaust Technical vs Adaptive Problems Technical Problem: issues residing in the rational realm Adaptive Problem: issues residing in the emotion…
 
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