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Women Taking the Lead

Jodi Flynn | Executive Leadership Coach

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Women Taking the Lead is a podcast helping women leaders within organizations to grow into and thrive in Senior Leadership. Women Taking the Lead gives women in leadership the tools to develop a success mindset, improve your communication skills, develop collaborative relationships, and create more time.
 
Many of us receive the call to leadership at some point in our lives. It can happen when we are young, and it can happen later. Sometimes it happens more than once. Regardless of its timing, saying yes to that call fundamentally changes us and the direction of our lives. The Play Your Position Podcast explores what happens when we answer the call -- and why it matters.
 
Inspiring women over 50 who have daughters often say it is their daughters who inspire them! Each ‘SheroesUnlimited – Mother & Daughter Podcast’ we chat to Mothers & Daughters to discover their lives together and along with the ‘highs & lows’ of their relationship -(always a fun reaction when Jaynie asks those probing questions haha!) PLUS find out who ‘inspires’ who! Join the conversation and SUBSCRIBE, Comment and SHARE with others! Are you a Woman over 50 who has a story to tell about you ...
 
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How would you describe your comfort level when it comes to confronting conflict? Do you look at it as an opportunity for growth and relationship building? Do you avoid it in the hopes that it will resolve on its own? Or do you find yourself somewhere in the middle? Perhaps at first observing and assessing the situation. But if it’s clear it’s not g…
 
Have you had a chance yet to hit the reset button or recharge your energy this summer? If you have and you are raring to go, amazing! But if you haven’t, this episode may be timely for you. It may be that you haven’t had a chance to take time away yet. Or, you had time away but came back even more tired than you left. In this episode, we’re coverin…
 
We all have unconscious biases. Men and women, young and old, people from every ethnic background and every socioeconomic class. While you may be able to catch one of your own implicit biases in a flash of awareness, it’s more likely someone else will point your biases out for you. Becoming aware of and removing your unconscious biases takes an ope…
 
Do you dread one-to-one meetings because you’ll be asking the other person to account for an outcome or their performance? Many leaders want to have high performing teams but overlook the fact that accountability is at the heart these teams. If you want your team to deliver on expectations or communicate when they can’t, you have to be able to hold…
 
Trust has never been more important and yet... these days, trust in leadership has eroded significantly. From employees to citizens, too many of us have become jaded about what people in positions of leadership are -- or aren't -- doing. Today's guest, John Robertson, is determined to turn that trend around so trust is not only present, but fostere…
 
Have you experienced the eye-opening magic of seeing from more than one perspective? When we are children, we believe we are the center of the universe. At that stage in life, we have a difficult time considering why someone would see things differently than we do. If fact, if someone didn’t agree with us, we made up a story about why this person c…
 
Can breathing really make a difference in how successful you are as a leader? Today's guest says one hundred percent it can -- and she can prove it. Elizabeth Borelli combines her years of experience in ICF-accredited executive and leadership coaching, and RYT® 200 training into a unique mind-body approach to personal growth and professional develo…
 
The work I do with my clients often centers around adapting to a new role or promotion. It sounds easy, and many of my clients beat themselves up because they assumed it should be an easier transition than it actually is. Taking on a promotion typically looks like being further away from the hands-on work that is being done. Trying to stay close to…
 
What do you think you would do if you learned that your unborn child had a condition that almost guaranteed he wouldn't live beyond birth? In today's episode, Ty Morgan shares his very personal leadership story which is unlike any I've heard in the eight years I've been podcasting. Ty's story is not only moving, but proof that faith exists and work…
 
How are you at developing others? Would you say you’re a pro at this? Do you need work in this area? Maybe you’re somewhere in between? Making sure your team is getting ongoing learning and development opportunities, formal and informal, is important if you want to hire and retain talented individuals. This also translates into a bigger bottomline …
 
Seven months ago, my dad died. And grief moved in. Losing my dad is by far the most intense grief I’ve experienced. Nothing could have prepared me for it. No book or podcast or course could have taught me about what I would feel when grief came knocking at my door and moved in for I can’t possibly predict how long. Even as time passes and the initi…
 
Have you ever left a leadership development training feeling like it barely scratched the surface of what you needed? Or, that too much time was spent on competencies you’ve never had an issue with? You might have even had your concerns as a leader brushed aside or dismissed with comments such as, delegate that to your team, speak up more in meetin…
 
In today's episode, Courney DeRonde and I talk about how small businesses and nonprofits can become more profitable. Her enthusiasm for helping people see their business succeed is contagious. She shares ways she's experienced growth in her own business that any leader can use. Courtney is a CPA and Managing Partner at TDT CPAs and Advisors, a bout…
 
As a leader, are you looking to develop any of the following between yourself and others in your organization: more trust, stronger relationships, buy-in, and commitment? How about executive presence, that X-factor that has others stop and take notice? There are a couple of not-so-soft skills, that when applied in combination, will have those aroun…
 
Colin Gray is a podcaster, international speaker, PhD and founder of The Podcast Host and Alitu, a podcast maker app. Colin started out in Astrophysics, before realising, to his dismay, how much maths were involved. A zig-zag route through education, marketing and the web brought him to Podcasting, which has less maths, but just as many puzzles and…
 
How are you at delivering unwelcome news to one of your team members, and then coaching them through the feedback? Sometimes as leaders we have to tell a team member that they are off-track or that they’re not going to get what they want. It’s not the best part of a leader’s job, but in these conversations are opportunities for growth and developme…
 
Once known as “The Flip King”, Joe Evangelisti is now the host of The Legacy Blueprint podcast and a leading expert in real estate investing - specifically in the self-storage industry. After experiencing “burn out” from chasing single and multi-family deals, Joe walked away from his wildly successful flipping empire and transitioned to the world o…
 
Does your team know how much you care about them? Do they know how much you want them to experience growth, success and happiness as a part of your organization? Or, do you assume that they know because they should know? In this episode we’re covering why consistently show interest in and appreciation for those around you is so important and how to…
 
John Mitchell teaches the “SCIENCE of SUCCESS" at the University of Texas, along with a 12 minute a day technique that typically doubles an entrepreneur’s income within a year. When John turned 50, he wasn’t as successful as he thought he should be. Then it came to him: find the top book in the world on SUCCESS and apply that book literally Word fo…
 
Are you leading by example? This is a trick question because the reality is you are always leading by example. The question is whether you want the people you lead to do what you are doing. Like it or not, people are watching what you're doing and they're listening closely to what you're saying. And, the higher you go up the leadership chain the bi…
 
As with the last episode of Women Taking the Lead I’m asking, for your career, who do you go to for help and support? Help comes in many forms and from a variety of sources. Some help you can get for free and some help costs money. While I always recommend utilizing your free help when appropriate, and for as many things as you can, it’s important …
 
The war for talent is perhaps as fierce as it has ever been. Consequently, business leaders across the board are putting more energy into attracting and then hiring the best people for the right roles. It's no easy feat. Today's guest Scott Drake helps leaders make great decisions about who they onboard along with how to guide high potentials throu…
 
In today's episode, you will hear Dave “Laundromat Millionaire” Menz share his leadership journey from being your everyday average high school student to becoming a millionaire business owner in an industry with a not so clean reputation. Arguably one of the less "sexy" kinds of businesses to own, laundromats have nonetheless been very good to Dave…
 
For your career, who do you go to for help and support? Help comes in many forms and from various sources. Some help you can get for free and some will cost money. I recommend utilizing the free resources when appropriate and for as many things as you can. And, it’s important to know that free resources may only get you so far depending on what you…
 
How are you doing getting regular physical activity into your weekly routine? No judgement here. When there’s a lot going on it’s easy to free up time by skipping the workout, walk or bike you had already planned. In an emergency this is a logical move, but how often it is vital to skip the workout to handle a true emergency? Physical activity is n…
 
Perhaps never before has the focus of mental and emotional wellness been at the forefront of leadership. According to the Harvard Business Review, “mental health challenges are now the norm among employees across all organizational levels.” In 2021, during a follow-up study to their 2019 Mental Health at Work Report, seventy-six percent of responde…
 
Orshie Herbein, a partner at Brand3, knows if you don’t have a clear message and image, you could be wasting as much as 80% of your marketing budget. She is here with some actionable ways to help business owners rethink marketing and to stop wasting time and money and accelerate business growth. With her unique perspective as a visual problem solve…
 
Too many of us are not taking time off, despite the added stress caused by the pandemic (and the blurred lines between work and home). What if we shifted our perception of what it means to take time off? Instead of viewing down time as laziness or a failure, what if we saw time off as an investment in ourselves? It’s about valuing yourself enough t…
 
Saying No…is this easy for you? Or does even hearing the word “no” feel like a gut-punch? We’ve all heard about leveraging the power of “Yes” – but what about saying “No”? In this episode, let’s explore when to say “no” – and how to do it effectively. Resources Episode Show Notes: Transcript and links mentioned in this episode. Checklist to Ask You…
 
What does growing a business and blacksmithing have in common? Today's guest Russell Pearson is going to tell you...and you will love the way the analogy works out. I absolutely loved my conversation with Russell and I think you will, too. Some details about Russell Pearson: he is a Business Strategist, Designer, Podcast Host, Keynote Speaker and B…
 
What does “asking for help” mean to you? Do you avoid it at all cost because asking would mean exposing yourself to judgment? Maybe you see the importance and ask for help on occasion, but it’s uncomfortable. Or perhaps you ask for help on the regular and you don’t make it mean anything at all. In this episode we’ll explore why asking for help feel…
 
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