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10 Point Checklist - Difficult Conversations

  • 8 September 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Do you put off having difficult conversations - at work and at home?  If you do, read on as there is a lot more to mastering difficult conversations than you think.  It's not good enough to have a 'chat' and think you have dealt with 'it'. You need to get your head around what to do before, during and after the conversation.  I recently listened to Rachael Robertson as she shared some leadership tips and tools from her time managing a team to the Antarctic.  I was taken by her authentic and practical style.  But what really clinched the deal for me was how much she cared for her people, her team, her colleagues; and ultimately on a year long expedition to Antarctica, her friends.  Check her out at www.rachaelrobertson.com For now, I want to share her 10 points to having successful difficult conversations.  Give them a go and see how much of a difference it makes.....    

Re-Write the Rules of Respect - On and Offline

  • 20 April 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Re-Write the Rules of Respect - On and Offline

Your vision is to develop and grow your leadership skills.  You aspire to participate more fully and contribute to your industry in a meaningful, for the good of all, way.  You want to network with leaders and change-makers and develop relationships that are of value to yourself and others.  You strive to create a future different to your past.

 

If this sounds familiar, I invite you to read on.  Here, I address a topic rarely talked about – RESPECT.  But it’s one that needs attention and commitment.


And here, I share some tips that will support you to make meaningful and sustainable relationships face to face as well as via social media.

Develop Your Authentic Presence

  • 20 April 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Develop Your Authentic Presence

One of the most important things is to set expectations.  We find this very important when people join leadership programs we facilitate.  Many will tell us they want to develop their confidence.  We have come to realise that this is about presence.  Presence is extremely important if you want to be a successful leader.  So how do you develop and increase your presence ….

3 Key Tips for a Positive Public Speaking Experience

  • 20 April 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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3 Key Tips for a Positive Public Speaking Experience

Public speaking is a topic that almost everyone who comes into our leadership programs want to improve.  I can almost guarantee that when we ask program participants about their expectations, 75% or more will share public speaking, making presentations, sharing my ideas with confidence, managing my nerves before speaking and being positive when speaking.  Here are some key tips to help.

Are you Ready for Interview Action?

  • 19 February 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Are you Ready for Interview Action?

Passionate about change, a project, your industry or is there something in your enterprise or business that's newsworthy? Then it's likely you will find yourself yourself preparing for an interview soon.  It's a great opportunity to share your messages and bring attention to your topic, project, innovation, change etc.  Here's a step by step Checklist to ensure your interview is a success each and every time. And that any nerves are kept in check along the way!  I remember my very first radio interview just like yesterday!!  The journalist told me I would be fine and she was just going to ask me a few questions, it would be like a chat and would feel very natural.  I have to say, with a few more interviews down, this couldn't have been further from the truth. Every single interview requires preparation to make sure you get your key messages across and no matter how many interviews I do, I still do the preparation as if it was my first.  Take a look at these key steps and take time in your preparation.  I have found this to be the only way to front up to an interview with confidence.......            

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