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What is Use of Self with Lisa J. Koss of Ontos Global

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

01:33 min | 1 year ago

What is Use of Self with Lisa J. Koss of Ontos Global

"Of self is a intentional decision. About kind of moment to moment. How do you want to use yourself in the moment to have the impact that you'd like to have and so it comes from an authentic place and it's it is about your presence presence. I think is one of the most beautiful concepts that exists in correlates with with where i think the world is moving right now and so your use of south is kind of how well do you use your range of abilities and your range of presence in order to have an intended impact. Okay i get that. And so then. The biggest challenge that the male leaders have is doing more of that with that be accurate. I think that that is a key. Challenge that females have. And i think you know it i know it. I think that it's an opportunity that everyone has male or female to use themselves more powerful ways and i think women in particular who are. We know we're so socialized to show up in just a particular way that is not to this not true that it's that fine line that we are all trying to be successful in a in a male dominated world and i just think that when you present yourself in a grounded way and in a confident way because of the interior work that you've done it is so compelling and it is the one thing that we can work on as leaders that really makes a difference in every single context in every single

"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"Thanks for joining me today. Thank you so much dr brown. How me here today. I'm really excited to be here. So what is the biggest challenge you help female leaders face and business today and what might be the symptoms of that challenge but there are a lot of new challenges. That women leaders are facing today and their careers challenges. We have never seen before. What's happening though is that women leaders were crying to face his talented with old thinking habits and behaviors and it symptom of this is. We're trying to do and talent challenge and create solutions and results and we're doing the same thing expecting different results and we're not getting them and this at the end of the day is impacting engagement retention thieves and really the overall results that women are experiencing personally professionally and the organizations as well. They're its agent. Bow around thinking differently in approaching our problem solving decision making differently. Earth is because a lot of times. We don't know how to think differently. We've done professional development for years. We've received that same training. Everyone else as for our training curriculum. But when we're all thinking the same is sometimes hard to step outside of what we know to look at what we don't know it's it's new indifferently thinking new. It's unfamiliar. It feels uncomfortable and at the end of the day. There's no Outcomes import the Revolt in business making over for leadership. Were always looking back to when we did. We did off. Slow is the wife all that we got when we're thinking differently we don't have that asked data that we can go back and analyze on or predict the outcome will be so that's an autism. Thinking is impressive and sometimes let me try to think differently. Clever ego gets in the way we would be thinking. Oh well. I should know how to do this already. Or if i'm thinking differently. It means i do corrective again. Why

Do Your Career Differently with Danielle deShaw

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Do Your Career Differently with Danielle deShaw

"Thanks for joining me today. Thank you so much dr brown. How me here today. I'm really excited to be here. So what is the biggest challenge you help female leaders face and business today and what might be the symptoms of that challenge but there are a lot of new challenges. That women leaders are facing today and their careers challenges. We have never seen before. What's happening though is that women leaders were crying to face his talented with old thinking habits and behaviors and it symptom of this is. We're trying to do and talent challenge and create solutions and results and we're doing the same thing expecting different results and we're not getting them and this at the end of the day is impacting engagement retention thieves and really the overall results that women are experiencing personally professionally and the organizations as well. They're its agent. Bow around thinking differently in approaching our problem solving decision making differently. Earth is because a lot of times. We don't know how to think differently. We've done professional development for years. We've received that same training. Everyone else as for our training curriculum. But when we're all thinking the same is sometimes hard to step outside of what we know to look at what we don't know it's it's new indifferently thinking new. It's unfamiliar. It feels uncomfortable and at the end of the day. There's no Outcomes import the Revolt in business making over for leadership. Were always looking back to when we did. We did off. Slow is the wife all that we got when we're thinking differently we don't have that asked data that we can go back and analyze on or predict the outcome will be so that's an autism. Thinking is impressive and sometimes let me try to think differently. Clever ego gets in the way we would be thinking. Oh well. I should know how to do this already. Or if i'm thinking differently. It means i do corrective again. Why

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"kts  m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Live on the KTs are new zap, You're breaking news and traffic. Now you'll ever know too good Sunday morning and Happy Mother's Day. I'm John Roller Fire Danger High across the state with almost 90% of Arizona in deep drought, the first round of fire restrictions now in effect on state land in both Apache and Navajo counties, and in the Apache Sitgreaves National Fools. First round of restrictions means no campfires outside of developed campgrounds or picnic areas. Arizona forestry Stephanie develops is no smoking a lot of leisure in a vehicle or a building and target shooting off limits. No target shooting or fireworks allowed on state land at any time of the year. We continue to have a huge problem with people shooting in restricted areas, and we continue to respond to multiple wildfires because of it. Fire restrictions will likely cover the entire state at some point, almost a million acres burned last year, and they're trying to prevent a repeat. Jim Cross. Katya Arnie's another busy afternoon for firefighters here in Arizona. They're back out on the front lines of three wildfires that broke out yesterday around the Valley. Average fire broke out before noon on Saturday west of the Beeline Highway east of Bartlett Lake. So far about 1000 acres has burned there. It's in rough terrain. Several air drops on that fire yesterday afternoon, right after that. The toxic fire broke out about 20 miles northeast of Wickenburg. So far about 800 acres has burned there. A third fire is burning in box Canyon east of Florence. They're calling that one the healer River fire and the big fire that broke out on Friday. The Copper Canyon fire has now burned more than 2500 acres. It is.

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"kts  m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From getting in Alex Stone. ABC NEWS Washington President elect Joe Biden plans aside about a dozen executive orders on his first day in office, according to the incoming White House chief of staff. Among those will see the U. S rejoined the Paris climate agreement, and he will mandate face masks on federal property and for all Interstate. Travel President Trump is leaving the White House facing a second impeachment trial. ABC. Rachel Scott has more on that from Washington Saturday, Rudy Giuliani telling ABC News he's involved and is preparing a defense based on discredited claims of voter fraud. Giuliani also not ruling out having the president testified, but Trump Campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley tweeting this overnight president. Trump has not yet made a determination as to which lawyer or law firm will represent him. Us is approaching 396,000 deaths from Cove in 19. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, Use station K t a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new zap, You're breaking news and traffic. Oh, good. Sunday morning. Seven on two. I'm John Roller governor do see unveiling his budget earlier this week $12.6 billion in the budget, and that includes a $200 million tax cut. Arizonans, especially in service industries. Need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up in order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard Governor's chief of staff, Daniel Star Pinata. Also says the budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups from a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter say. Mork H E A R news and you can read more about to governor Do sees Budget Proposal and Katie are Dot com. Well, we really need the rain here in the Valley, and we could get some by Tuesday over the last week. Temperatures have ranged in the low to mid seventies. But meteorologists Jared Rogers with the National Weather Service here in Phoenix, says um or winter like system is moving into the state condition here early this upcoming week, which will bring some potential for rain across most of the state. There's about a 30% chance of rain by Tuesday. Roger adds that the wet season begins on October 1st so far this year we've received less than a half inch of rain. Well, less than a minute. That's how long it takes for someone to steal your cars. Catalytic converter. Matt Allen, host of bumper to bumper on Katya are says there's recently been an uptick in stolen converters because they can easily be sold. The economy is the driver.

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"kts  m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And streaming Live on the KTs are new zap, You're breaking news and traffic now. It's 402. I'm Jacki Lynn. And here is our top story. There were 253 new coronavirus deaths reported today, 215 of them due to death certificate matching There were 5932 new cases also recorded today, along with more than 16,100 new diagnostic tests. As the coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise. In Arizona, the former head of the state's Health department says our options to slow the spread our limited the opportunities to fix things early have passed. Will humble, executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association tells the Mike Groom had a show that's due to the inaction from governor Do see? And health director Dr Carroll Chris. The only way to do anything at this point is to shut the bars for another month or so and have the restaurants go back to take out service on, he says. All. It's not something he wants to call for the enforcement of current mitigation efforts has done nothing to slow the spread. Instead, he claims bars, nightclubs and others have cheated and gotten away with staying open. Gabriel Coming Janki Tr News. Katie our eyes on education, Little progress made to address the teacher shortage. The latest survey by the Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association says about 27% of teaching positions remain unfilled in Arizona. Also troubling in late August with about 750 teachers, who severed employment overall for the first half of the school year that rose to a little over 1350 so more teachers are leaving their classroom, and the association's Justin Wayne says their survey finds covert 19 is the primary reason you may have seen the photo on Social Media on New Year's Day. Phoenix Police officer Chase McCants was hit head on in his patrol car near 26th Avenue.

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"kts  m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The KTs are new Zap, You're breaking news and traffic Now it's you know, too. Good evening. I'm Deborah Dale. And Here's Our top story. Coronavirus in Arizona. Arizona ranks number one in the U. S. But this is not a good thing. It ranks number one for the average daily coronavirus cases per 100,000 people over the past seven days. According to Monday's data from the CDC. Arizona has averaged about 122 daily coronavirus cases per 100,000 people nearly double the national average and Arizona's weekly percent positivity for covert 19 diagnostic testing jumped to a record level last week when 26% of those tested got a positive result. Arizona's superintendent of public instruction, wants to pause in person instruction for two weeks, Cathy Hoffman tells Ktrs, Kato's and Chad and two weeks Arizona's educators will start getting more protection from covert 19 plan to start the vaccinations for educators in roughly two weeks, Hoffman says vaccinations will not be mandatory for teacher and, of course, strongly urging everyone to get vaccinated because that is how we can bring our cove in numbers down and that's all we need to do to have. Well, governor do CIA said he wants Arizona Children in the classroom. The governing board for the Chandler Unified School District voted tonight to delay returning to in person learning for two weeks amid coronavirus concerns. The district's board voted to delay a return to in person learning until January, 19th to allow for students and teachers to quarantine following holiday travel. Tuesday will be used as a teacher preparation day before virtual learning begins on Wednesday. The Gilbert Unified School District is still meeting tonight, deciding whether or not to go back to virtual learning. Governor do sees annual state of the state address next Monday will be virtual from his office at the Capitol instead of on the floor of the State House. It's due to the pandemic. The House and Senate plan to begin their session next Monday on schedule. With safety measures in place. We've got just a little bit of traffic news nightly Road construction closing, too, right lanes intermittently on the loop 11 north bound between us, 60 and price. Go to our weather for the valley. We're heading down to 43 degrees tonight. Tomorrow Sunny with a high of 70. And right now we've got 55 degrees in Phoenix weather brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace the repair..

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"You're on track and where people are communicating in the same message and also where communication may be breaking down or things aren't being captured so all of this is that gina gomez dot com right correct. Yes great. thank you so gina. What's one question that i should've asked you. That will help our audience. Take action to address this challenge in them which please the answer the question. Yes of course. So are you going to say the question is why is it. So important to focus on people when profit is what keeps the business running. Because that's what we hear all the time and actually without people you limit your prophet you need people to scale maintain innovate and all the other things that free. At least there's to do their own best one so set people up for success from the very beginning and if you want them to be successful ongoing venue products that those expectations and make agreements upfront. So that doesn't mean that it's a set it and forget it kind of approach where you have the initial media and then you're like okay. Let me know if you need anything. And then you wait till the annual review. The truth is most leaders. Don't set their team up for success. Not because we don't care because we bring somebody in rely pre now. I can get back to what needs to because i hired the right person. But if we if we can invest the time front then we can trust them to learn what we need them to do and get done by empowering the infant succeed and supporting them through the process very cool gina. Thank you so much for joining me today and sharing your wisdom with my audience. You are very welcome. Thanks so much for having me. Thanks for listening to the ktf. Success factor podcasts. For women. If you like what you hearing please go to. I tunes to subscribe raiders and leave a review. And if you would like more information on how we can help women in your organization to thrive thank go to www dot sarah e brown com. You can sign up for our newsletter reached show notes learn more about our podcast guests. We'd my blog ralph through the books or contact us for chat goodbye for now..

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"Hello everyone welcome to the. Ktf fest factor podcasts for women where we talk about challenges senior female leaders face and being happy and successful at work. I'm your host dr sarah. E brown my guest today is gina gomez she is a business strategist and advisor working with some of the most well known and well respected professionals in the entertainment industry and public figures in the personal development industry. China has a certificate in diversity and inclusion from cornell university has been published in forbes featured on red table. Talk hay house radio kate. Northrop dot com danielle laporte dot com prevention and is a mentor for marie. Folios beef school due to the emerging needs arising in the marketplace. Gina has become a prominent voice in the field of diversity and inclusion one garner's a great deal of respect and trust gina is also a sought after speaker and facilitator appearing recently at the entrepreneur. Experience by amy porterfield with a proven track record and experience. Gina works with clients to create a profitable and sustainable business where everyone feels welcome respected and included. Welcome gina. thank you sir. I'm so excited to be here with you. Oh well it's great to have you so to get started. What is the biggest challenge. You help female leaders face and business today and what might be some symptoms of that problem. Well two things really. The first thing is implementing business practices that create a diverse and inclusive business from the inside out. And what usually comes. As part of that as i'm doing that work is the next. Biggest challenge is developing talent. And it's not so much that it's a challenge for leaders as much as it is carving out the time to do it while managing and developing an established thriving business. That is the the challenge so the problem is that it can sometimes send or oftentimes on the wrong message so for example. If you can't dedicate the time to developing talent which happens to most everyone because there's so many pieces to manage at any given time what happens is it can send a negative of message. Things like people aren't important for boston's doesn't care. Leadership doesn't care the environment business. Culture is unsupportive. Even though those things may not be true. So when i come in i can help. Ship the perception by implementing practices and behaviors. So people feel consistently seeing valued in her when that happens. What we see is engagement goes up. And when engagement goes up it impacts performance and produces much better outcomes i see so one of the biggest mistakes for clients make before working with. This is such a good question. Well the first thing is probably trying to figure it out on their own by looking at what others are doing instead of hiring an experienced consultant which is completely understandable. But where you want to be careful especially when it comes to diversity and inclusion is sometimes what will happen is people will swap out images to make them look there the business look more inclusive or they will hire a person of color to represent every demographic which is really not diversity for inclusion. And then sometimes. I'll see people using buzzwords so that they sound more inclusive but you can also tell by listening that. There's a part of them. That's just kind of hoping that they're like they're just kind of like flying under the radar but what happens is it can only get you. So far and people can often see what's going on so the outcome can actually backfire in the manner impacts outcomes for example if you appear to be inclusive but somebody starts to find out that it's really more of a mask it can hurt you and prevent you from attracting and retaining diverse top talent and then the other thing goes back to what i was saying earlier about. Not developing talent. So what happens is when we hire people in the beginning. We're convinced that they are the best and most qualified person for the position but when we see a lack of performance were quick to terminate or wrap up a contractor for working with independent contractors. So what we forget is that people need direction. And sometimes even the best of performers can fall off track. And i think part of mrs because everything is on demand now that we've kind of lost our patients and our tolerance for things like he human error. And that's unfair. It's also not how we want to treat people so that doesn't mean that you don't hold people accountable for accountable. Though what it means is that you set them up for success from the beginning So what's the number one. Free and actionable tip. You can give my audience to help address this challenge now. I love this question so much. Because it's the perfect setup for something that i say over and over and over again and that is to treat people like they matter so for example clients saying things like thank you for your business. Thanks for the opportunity reaching out with no agenda other than that showing up following through when you say you will and when it comes to your team when you're giving constructive feedback start with something positive then moved into something constructive and then wrap it up with something else. That's positive then you can affirm your commitment to to the team member as well as asking for. There's you've gotta make agreements. I can't stress this up making agreements instead of assumptions. Most at the time when i see relationships fall apart whether their business or otherwise. It's typically because someone expectations weren't met and therefore they become assumptions and i don't know any relationships that are super effective. That operate based on assumptions and then colleagues colleagues district is just as important. When you say you're gonna do something. Do i get asked all the time by clients. Who do you recommend for this. Who do you recommend for that. And if i think of someone who isn't consistently reliable no matter how much. I may like them personally. I won't recommend them. And here's why if that's how they show up for me and that's my experience. My feeling is is a good champ. We're going shop in the same way with my clients. And i don't wanna put them in that position so follow through is really really critical and if you work with community like if you're on social media and you've got a following through for your company be generous information you share show them why it's great to work with you and give them a glimpse of what they'll experience when they become a client or customer. It makes it much much easier for them to say yes and free to build trust and what would be a valuable free resource. She can share with women her listening today to help them understand. This challenge better well on my website. I have what's called the visionary leaders roadmap so you can't get to where you wanna go you don't know where you're going right so this is something that you can just sign up your email address in and then it's going to show pride in your in box shortly thereafter and you can get to work and one of the critical pieces that's in there and this is why mentioning it is a swat analysis. But this is gonna help you. Uncover the risks as well as the opportunity that you may not be capturing and you can also apply this to a functional area. Not just necessarily the big picture of the business and you can even do it with individual contributors in their own roles seeing where the strengths and weaknesses are and you can even delegate it to people on your team to have them do it and it helps see where you're where you're consistent where.

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"kts  m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Station, use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new zap, You're breaking news and traffic. Oh, it's 902 on Gelfman. Here's our top story Coronavirus in Arizona, a record high daily case count reported in Arizona today. 12,314 cases as well as 23 new deaths. This comes from just over 19,000 diagnostic test Hospital metrics are continuing to rise across the state. You're playing politics with this. You can't trust you with federal funds. This morning we heard from an Arizona Democrat who says Arizona shouldn't receive federal covert relief until Governor do see issues a mass mandate. Katya ERS Gabriel Gamino joins us live with more That's right, Jeff. But Congressman Greg Stanton says local governments would still receive the aid of cities and counties that doing the math mandate in Arizona would get those federal dollars. So Maricopa County and the city of Phoenix in the city of Tucson. Congressman sentence as governor is simply playing politics and that future legislation should also ensure Money is used to fight the virus not to backfill state agencies unrelated to go, but like he says, Deus he did with previous federal dollars live in Phoenix. Gabriel Come in your key to our news. The first shipments of the Corona virus vaccine or due to arrive in Arizona next week and one of the health care facilities tab with delivering it just completed its dress rehearsal on her health. Scottsdale Shame Medical center is one of five facilities across Maricopa County test with distributing the vaccine. Lindsay Cunningham with on her health tells Arizona's Morning news. They have a In a place to make sure frontline health care workers will be the first to get it will only be able to receive the vaccine if they have an appointment haven't ideas so our technical team has worked out and then the entire process on the back end for scheduling and sign up and really smooth process, Cunningham says. The entire process should take less than half an hour. Jeremy Foster Key to Our new For the latest on coronavirus in Arizona, had to Katya Jr dot com slash coronavirus..

"kts  m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"K T a R on air 92 3 FM online at Katie are calm and streaming Live on the KTs are new, zap your breaking news and traffic. No 80 year. Your news time too low, too. I'm Jim Brinson, Arizona reporting 43 new deaths today. Arizona Department of Health Services also updating the numbers to reflect 3476 new corner virus cases since Friday. This comes after over 20,000 new diagnostic tests were processed overnight. The total number of cases in Arizona is now 273,000 and 53. The total number of deaths is 6300. The total percent positive is nine points. 1% Julie, the Vin Kayce Our news well, with the new covert 19 cases rising in our state, we could see possibility of restaurants and other businesses reduced capacity. Even more. State health director Dr Cara Chris asked that question. There's a lot of things that we are looking at. All options are on the table right now. States. Govind 19 Dashboard for businesses shows that there's moderate community spread of covert 19 in Maricopa County. So restaurants and nightclubs providing Dinan services as well as theaters could only operate with 50% capacity and Jim's with 25% capacity after a tight race and a highly contested race. State Senator Katie Brophy, McGee has conceded in district 28 Democrat Christine Marsh winds by just a few 100 votes. McGee tweeted her thanks to constituents, said While she's no longer in the state Legislature, she will always serve Arizona and she asked that the Legislature Not to let differences define their work. All right, let's quickly head out on the highways for you right now. Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic.

"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"So I will I'll share that with your audience as well. Okay? That's great. I will put this in the show notes so that they know how to get birth. Right your your website and and a link to the the article. That's great. So what Jennifer is one question I should have asked you about this topic that will help my audience take action to address it for herself. I always laugh when I see should cuz I say don't should on yourself. Think about that. You should you answered you ask me fabulous questions, but one question you might have asked that you didn't might be this one. How can women be allies for each other because particularly now with all of the awareness of Social and rustic cetera, you know Now's the Time For Us really this is not a nice a nice to have any more. I mean, what's really what we were sharing before the podcast is, you know, the numbers have inched up. So incrementally in some cases they have gone down for women of color rising up wage in organizations and one of the keys to this I firmly believe this is for us to support each other and very tangible ways. I think we are I think women are but I think some of the things we can wage. Who is specifically number one bring up the lack of female diversity every chance you get so yeah, I was asked to be on a panel a few months ago and I just looked through the app the program guide and I was just shocked to find how few women were there and I love course was the only woman on the panel. I don't say of course, but I'm sure you've been there Sarah too, but bringing that up and it might be too late to change it for that conference. But for the next one, they need to be on guard, you know on point with this and be accountable and so if nobody's speaking up it's going to just stay the same number to refer and recommend other women for positions of influence for opportunities that you hear coming up and just have that on your radar and I would also add to that women of color because again, they have they have a special needs to be recognized and and and and we don't always think of all of the ranges of women in our midst and number three. I think we need to bring senior leaders into the conversation job. Women and men who are Advocates and allies for gender diversity and all kinds of diversity and it is so impressive to me and so powerful when I hear women like you taught tell their story. Let's say talk about like a Caroline McGregor who I interviewed in the book and who I've was so impressed with former cusine your leader who went around the company talking about how introversion had shaped her the challenges long as she overcame those challenges and how it's really how she uses those strengths to succeed as an executive at this at this company and that again listening to people who are doing watching them is so so incredibly impactful too so many millions of people. So those three things I'd bring up the lack of female diversity. I refer other women and bring senior women the conversation and I think that would be the positive steps to take that's great. What an inspiring message Jennifer. Thank you so much for being my guest. It was my pleasure and I applaud yep. Your mission in the work that you're doing. It's really inspiring. Thanks for listening to the kts success factor podcasts for women if you like what are hearing, please go to iTunes to subscribe rate US and leave a response..

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"I talked about sort of that message yep. Be an extroverted leader. Well, there are a lot of problems the way people have so much bias against introverts in in the Working World. And so I know outside as well, you know, and I always bring in my personal choice as to when I when I give talks and you know, one of them I often times I write about my husband Bill who was a really introvert and I'm more extroverted which was very helpful to learn, you know early on and our relationship when he would, you know, go back to his cave or his his side of the tiny apartment we had when we were first married, you know, I would take it personally I say what's wrong or what's with him? You know, why is he not talking to me while I'm not realizing that you know, he needed time to recharge. But if you amplify that kind of negative impression on many levels, you know, like somebody does to speak up in a meeting. They have nothing to say or they don't go out with people at lunch cuz they need a break right sir. Did you find that like you would want is right, you know those Impressions last in or in a culture that can be kind of damaging to your career so long Think of you know knowing that you can then deal with it, you know, there's one other that seen come up a lot and that is that we assume and we're all guilty of this is like we get busy working and we put aside may need to build relationships. I think with the last few months that we've been experienced with the pandemic and people being home. I think we're realizing how important it is for connection that we can't just shove these large-scale Zoom meetings. So all of these things can be addressed and particularly from the introvert strength perspective by like for instance the building relationships with you know, introverts do that beautiful. In fact, it happens a lot more in-depth than let's say at a cocktail party where you know, the the real networking Doesn't Really Happen. They're right. It happens in in making intentional connections with people and just continuing to do that. And that's how your career can get ahead. So the you know, there are that's what just one example of how you can flip the script and and move forward dead. What is the number one free and actionable tip you can give introverted women who might be listening here to address this challenge now? I think that the tip that I would think about or is it's really right in front of our eyes and that's to be curious and to observe. You know, I think when I became a parent, I remember I was reading all the parenting books and some wise woman who was older was a mentor for me. She said, you know, your kids are going to remember not you know, they're going to remember what you not what you say, but what you do and so I started to watch what other parents were doing right to see who I like who felt like their kids were coming out..

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"The building relationships, you know introverts do that beautiful. In fact, it happens a lot more in-depth than let's say at a cocktail party where you know, the real networking Doesn't Really Happen. They're right. It happens in Iraq and making intentional connections with people and just continuing to do that. And that's how your career can get ahead. So the you know, there are that's what just one example of how you can flip the script and off and move forward. Hello everyone. Welcome to the KTM success factor of podcast for women where we talk about challenge a senior female leaders face and being happy and successful at work. I'm your host. Dr. Sara Ibrahim. I.

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The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"Your host Dr Sarah Es Brown. My guest today is Robin Forman Farm. She has a professional speaker. Entrepreneur and angel investor working on companies and cutting edge technology poised to impact a hundred million people or more. Currently. She is an advisor to the founder of mine maze which does virtual reality for nine neurological conditions including stroke. And brain injury with over one hundred, forty speaking engagements in thirteen countries she educates audiences on technology. The future of healthcare patient empowerment. Building thought leadership and more. She's published two books patient as CEO, how technology empowers the healthcare consumer. And the thought leader Formula Strategically Leverage your expertise to drive business and career goals. Welcome Robin on. So excited to be here. Thank you for that amazing introduction. Oh, well, it's amazing story you have to tell could we start off and get a working definition of what thought leadership is absolutely it's really just being known for your area of expertise. I'm that's all it is. So you don't have to necessarily be of speaker or professional speaker like I. Am you just need to be known for your area of expertise so that you can drive your own career goals weaning get promoted get. You know, get rid get mutton you know more money get clients and I also drive your business goals forward. So you can drive more employees potentially coming to you more clients coming to you and really drive your brand. So. Is this the biggest challenge? The you're helping female leaders address business today. Absolutely. I Take Them Even One coaching session with me. I can completely figure out what their platform should be and the exact next option they should take over the next six months. Literally a project plan. Here you go. Here's a roadmap, go follow the instructions. Amazing. So what do you find is the biggest mistake your clients make before they start working with you. Not Hiring me soon enough because most most people are like, well, I just have to figure it out a little bit and maybe I'm not quite ready and no I'm the person who actually figured out for you. Right. I will work with you for five or ten minutes and just listened to you talk about the things that you love and what you love to do in your daily job and your daily. Life and I figure out exactly how to get into the in front of the right people that need to help you achieve your goals and I have spread sheets for that and I gave you. Okay. So here you're next five things work on your bio we put up a website for you. Here's your platform and I actually have formula on how to exactly create your platform and what's called your sales pitch. If. Sales. Very good. So soup-to-nuts sip to nuts. Yeah, and it only takes one session sometimes too if or I can continue obviously I have some clients that see me regularly but I also have some that only need me for one or two sessions in there to go and all of a sudden they're in front of the right people may give you an example, my friend Monica on I just sat down with her for one session and we map out the fact. That, what she wanted to do, she really needed to write a very short book. She was eight an artist lag painting artist, and she wanted to become an expert blockchain, which is very male dominated. I'm like you know what? You don't want to be an expert and blockchain at lachine conferences you're going to be digging it out with all the white males. What you WANNA do is be an expert on blockchain's when nobody else in the room knows anything about it. You are that one speaker doing intro to blockchain one on one and so she literally sat down in one week wrote an eighty page book of literally just the very basics on blockchain Wanna one called it that essentially launched it would have been three months she was asked to speak at Mit No kidding. It's why artist an artist. Wow. You can do all of that in one session. Because most people just need direction. Nobody has we want to become a doctor or a lawyer. There is an exact path to do it. Everyone knows exactly what you need to do to achieve that goal of becoming a physician. But in the world of thought leadership, no one had created a path. There's no instruction manual. There was no degree program. no-one had done it the same way every time, and so I just oiled that down to a system where it can really work across any industry. Amazing. So what is the number one free in actionable tip you can give. My audience to address this now get out site in put early if it's not me hire somebody or at least get a friend, but I would always say you know invest the money into it. So invest a few hundred dollars or even a few thousand dollars into getting. To really help you because you know what you are not an expert in life planning you are made be an expert in engineering or in lawyering or in business development or in marketing but you're not necessarily expert in how to plan that out hire people who know how to do that outsource what you are not sta and focus on the top five things that you are good advice. So what is a valuable free resource you can share with our audience today to help them. Address this challenge better. So if you go to my website robinet Dot Com and I'm so easy to find the only robin infirm in in the entire universe, there is a free workbook that you can download. It is my entire system just laid out into a series of questions, and so if you go through those questions, there's ten chapters that corresponds to my, but you don't even need to get the book. You can just download the workbook you'll take you all the questions you need to answer to really just figure out your exact next steps of your path. Amazing. So Robin, what's one question that I should have asked shoot that will help our audience take action to address this challenge, and then would you mind answering the question? What the actual formula is Don d-o-n Don I talk about your platform the very basics. So you you you mentioned at the top of the hour. It was my first book was the patient as CEO and it's really how technology empowers the healthcare consumer that is my first platform and I on I went out and I gave over one hundred notes in fourteen countries. And including in front of giant audiences like four thousand dermatologists and a lot of my keynotes there between twenty ten and twenty thousand dollars. Higher me and it's all based on that platform and I was able to summit up in that the patient at a CEO how technology empowers the healthcare consumer it there's a lot in that but it really you know exactly why and why you need to hire me I'm about patient empowerment with a Matt and technology. So for you, it is a combination of your y y you do what you do and. Your fundamental truths widely something you believe that there are other people aren't aware of yet or they don't actually believe. So if you go back to the patient as CEO example, most people including doctors had never even heard of the fact that the patients should be the CEO of the health care teams like they're like, no, the doctor is I'm like, no, no, no, it is the patience job to BBC. And places like Germany and Japan this. I mean, they fall over physicians are like, what are you talking about? It's an incredibly paternalistic system usually go in there. The doctor tells you what to do. You don't ask questions you turn around and you do it. And so this is incredibly.

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"My guest today is Dr Kim Harris Louis. She is a board certified executive coach, Speaker and published author. described. As a Velvet Hammer, she utilized strategic and intuitive approach to God clients out of their comfort zones in a way that minimises discomfort and amplifies desired results. Along with coaching individuals and corporate clients Dr Kim has served as a personal coach for the Kennesaw State University Kohl's executive MBA and MBA programs. She is currently a member of the Faculty team for Smith College Executive Education. She holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Rutgers University a Master's degree in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and a doctorate degree in organizational leadership from argosy university. Having enjoyed a career as an executive in both business and higher education focused on top and leadership development. Dr Cam has learned a lot about what it takes to masterfully manage. And negotiate a successful career. Her lessons come from helping senior leaders identify and develop their high potential talent. Conversations with other leaders working to navigate organizational culture. And from her own personal experiences in missteps as a leader, an executive what she has learned from all of this is that competence is more than performance Dr Cam used her knowledge to develop the more mindset coaching methodology which capitalizes on the individual uniqueness of her clients. While fine tuning the way they show up and the experience they create with every interaction. Dr Kim as the author of from life to lessons living and leading with emotional intelligence. Her second book on math asked what it means to be emotionally intelligent will be available in twenty twenty one. So thanks for joining US Dr Kim. Thank you for having me. Sarah I appreciate the opportunity to talk. Oh, it's GONNA be Great. So Tom May what is the biggest challenge you're helping FEMALE LEADERS FACE IN BUSINESS And give me a sense of what the symptoms are of that. Of that challenge. So. Well, let's start with this idea of competence being more than performance I. Do we're very high performing leaders that the organization really values? However, we talk about symptoms typically, the feedback BAC that they're getting isn't that you're lacking emotional intelligence, which is the premise of all of my work with a could sound something like you know you could really learn to be more patient or who you could demonstrate more empathy and it's really important for people to be comfortable with you or. You just really a little direct we want to. We want to see more of you. We want more of your authenticity and I people often get this when there's a style difference between how they show off in the culture of the organization, and all of that really feels like they feedback that you often don't know what to do with. So I help female leaders figure out exactly what to do with their feedback to interpret, and then to take action on it, which is the most important thing effective action. and. What would you say is the biggest mistake your clients make before working with you. Great Question. So there are two the first one that is a theme that cuts across almost everyone I work with is that they take this heads down approach to their careers and it's the thing that allows them to be success. This idea of I have to work hard to be successful and honestly that that is indeed the case early on in an individual's career. That's what gets noticed That's what helps them demonstrate their ability to contribute to the organization, but it's a tactic that will only get you so far and after a point once the organization understands your capable of executing whatever your area of expertise is, they typically want more from you in the more which has a prerequisite a strong performance extends beyond the work and. So really helping my clients understand what that more is is one of the things that I work with clients to do the second things are that that I experienced a lot with my client's idea of showing up authentically in really understanding what that means for them, and so what I do is help them understand that it's really about giving people helping people understand who? You are sharing more of your stories the things that have shaped you as an individual in the things that influence your leadership philosophy behavior decision making it help site. The IT helps establish common ground as well. Not only that, but helps leaders more approachable and relatable. The other thing that I think is important from an authenticity perspective is to understand how people experience you. and. So really inviting feedback of something I encourage leaders to do. So they can really get a sense of what the perceptions are. It's really important to be able to manage perceptions and ensure that they are aligned with the image that you intend to put forth I often remind client said inaccurate narrative if someone experiences you in a way that's inconsistent with what you want inaccurate inaccurate narrative is very hard to deconstruct. So we want to try to be proactive in getting the back to understand exactly how people are experiencing us. And finally, just going right back directly to this idea of authenticity I like to say that it's important that people understand the difference between raw in refined authenticity while we're talking about this, do you WanNa do a little expansion on the more mindset what that stands for and how that plays into what you just talked about absolutely. So more, which is competences more than performance more has become for me. An acronym a focuses on the four pillars that are critical to emotional intelligence. The first is maximum self-awareness. Optimal optimism, which is really linked to resilience your bounceback self confidence adaptability, your social networks, the alignment of your work with who are rich relationships it's about goes back to authenticity goes back to ghosts to baller speaks to vulnerability and really taking into consideration who are your key stakeholders who are the people that you need to be allied with who need to understand the value that you're adding and how do you have you connect with them in that way and then finally empathetic engagement and that's really about putting yourself in the shoes of others to truly understand. Their needs whether it's the needs of your direct reports, the leader that you.

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"A lot of my clients really truly struggle with is this idea of being seen being heard and knowing and owning their own self worth so a lot of that really truly comes from the idea of being marginalized and workplace really truly not necessarily having equal access to opportunity to get to wherever Robert is that they want to be in their chosen careers or I could be a matter of basically. They're just not treated the same. Hello everyone welcome to the KTBS. Success Factor podcast for women where we talk about challenges senior female.

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"I guess as you're walking talking exactly because you start to hear while this might be important to me that this is not going to have any bearing on my audience. It's not going to help them. Connect or see my idea. A new or get out of their own way bulldozed through resistance to take the action so therefore I don't need to say it but the other powerful thing it's going to it's going to help connect you to your authentic voice so that you don't sound robotic you're going to find the color you're GonNa find your point of view by saying it out loud over and over again without attachment to your notes aspect cool. That's something I could do this afternoon. Just think about who I'm communicating with next week and and even when I'm out walking the dog is start saying it out loud because she doesn't care during it so elected can you share share a resource that my listeners might be interested in that would help them understand this challenge better on my homepage which is alexia Alexa Vernon Dot com website. I have a free audio training. Called the five communication behaviors to move any audience to action in. It goes more deeply into the subject matter. So what are habits or behaviors that you can start to ingrain that you can bring with you into any situation where you're seeking to drive people take action on your ideas. That's great and before I ask you the last question. Do you WANNA bet you're linked in training. I think that's so cool. Thank you it was. It's so much fun. Creating training which in many ways is a deeper dive into the five communication behaviors training so had the privilege of collaborating with Lincoln. Learning learning to create this course on communication drives people to take action on your ideas in the workplace and what was really fun about. This training was being able to bring in strategies that someone unorthodox but highly effective from. How do you use stories? When you're seeking to be more persuasive again? This can happen on stage but it could also happened in a negotiation with a client or it could happen in a brainstorming session with your fellow leaders and having something the thing that was designed for people all over the world. So I've been getting folks who are writing in from the Middle East from Asia from Australia area who are sharing how they are able to implement these ideas in their respective cultural contexts. Very cool. So what is one question that I should've asked you. That will help our audience take action to address this challenge whenever someone tells me this. Sounds like it's going to be hard or maybe it's not worth it. I have so many competing priorities. White is my communication matter. I like to ask that person. What will be the payoff off for you? And the people around you for unapologetically speaking up for yourself onstage in conversations for the ideas and issues oh you deeply care about and then I just zip it I use my own Cheetah. I don't over talk. And let them think in articulate and oftentimes oftentimes what comes out is yeah I would feel good. Wouldn't feel like I was carrying all this pressure around me all the time but usually particularly for women. The answer will get A to. I be leaving legacy for my daughter's for women behind me that allows them to not have to grapple with so many of the communication in leadership. Struggles I did and if I care about them having a different path I've got to walk the talk to this for myself will Alexia thank you so much. I wish shut match you. Twenty years ago when I was starting off doing a lot of speaking in in business it would have helped me overcome a lot of these things a lot faster so thanks again for joining us and for our listeners..

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"kts  m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"kts m." Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"Welcome to the Katya factors podcast for women. I'm your host Dr Sarah e Brown. This is the podcast for senior female business leaders who want to increase their satisfaction and success at work and do it on their own terms without sacrificing their health significant relationships or time freedom. Each episode will bring you experts. Who can address the challenges. This senior female business leaders face examples of challenges include communicating effectively and being seen and heard when doing so go associating a new job promotion or pay gaining clarity on your career direction. Gaining access to capital both social and financial dealing with difficult people mustering soft confidence and overcoming negative body image developing specific leadership skills balancing work and family obligations or simply finding time once owned health and wellbeing and there will be more all all of these conversations are aimed toward your becoming more productive less stressed and more impactful in short the goal is for so you to be happier and more successful at work in key relationships and frankly just in life we have tight twenty five minute format that will allow you you to gain insights into this challenge in the time it takes for your normal commute during your morning ron or while having lunch. I'll ago and at the end and you will be armed with at least one action you can take the Berry. Day listened to the podcast to address that specific challenge in your own life. I plan to host at least two podcast them up. So if this sounds good to you then go to Sarah. Brown dot com forward slash podcast for written sham notes and to learn more about my guess Um..