Leadership skills are deeply personal
What happens when you’re a professional athlete and you get knocked around by two car accidents and a blood disease and you can’t do sport anymore, ever? How do you reorient yourself in a useful way to grow stronger? Author Jennifer Eggers shares her personal experience and research in a powerful framework.
Rick Heyland and Jennifer Eggers (President of LeaderShift Insights) have a passionate discussion about how to create personal and organizational resiliency. They discuss the importance of clear purpose, aligned goals, core beliefs and clear values to build resilience and deal with the disruption in the world today.View Interview
Jennifer and Gregory’s exchange brings a profound jump into understanding your confidence. Likewise, we investigate how it drives your flexibility alongside our decisions. We find how we settle on choices by shaping the premise of our capacity to face challenges and be true, pick our mentalities, let go of our attitudes, comprehend our motivation, and in conclusion accumulate a gratefulness for what achievement resembles.View Interview
This is your host Zachary Alexander, Enterprise Architect at SubscriptionMaker.net. The reason that we are talking with Jennifer is because she is an expert in resilience. For me, that means finding a way to weather a storm. It means digging deep to find the right stuff to continue on in the face of unfavorable odds.View Interview
In this episode of his renowned podcast for leaders, Eddie Turner and I discussed my work with leadership teams and organizations facing disruption who want to increase their organization’s capacity to adapt so they can emerge stronger and more effective faster.View Interview