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We’re at a tipping point: Leaders and companies must look at their in-person work culture and built-in tension of competing needs as you plan to navigate the transition out of COVID Work from Home. Sarah Noll Wilson and Lisa provide insight and tools to lead and build high-performing teams in today’s complex world In this episode of Ctrl+Alt+Delete with Lisa Duerre.
If you’re tired, feel like there is never enough time, and avoid connection because you are maxed out already and don’t want to deal with the complexity of stress and pressure on your team – lean in.
If you’re uncomfortable with feelings at work, run for the hills after dropping off a Kleenex box when someone is crying at work, or try to put a positive frame on any issues your employees face -this is a not-to-miss episode.
Listen in as Sarah and Lisa share real stories of what you can do to improve trust and engagement at work – especially in a highly complex, virtual workplace full of humans 🙂 They provide frameworks, questions you can ask at the moment, and what to say so you can better understand and honor the complexity of the humans at work.
Topics covered include The truth about how underprepared leaders today are to manage burnout for themselves and their employees and what you can do today to change that. The 3 words you can say to help you when you choose to be present in emotionally charged situations where someone you work with is dealing with loss or grief and ***gasp...when someone starts to cry. The step-by-step process you can use to bring impactful conversations forward even when remote.
How to have an effective influence conversation to change the norms that need to be addressed in your organization.
What you can do today to engage your team in brainstorming and problem solving around norms and rules that no longer serve your organization. Tips on how to lean in (and not run away or dismiss) to have productive conversations about loss and grief with those you lead and work with. The impact of well-Intended and unintentionally dismissive leaders have when they choose to respond in a way that shames or shuts down the human side of work. What to say instead of: look on the bright side, at least…, calm down, or that feels like a first-world problem.
Conflict at work: the difference between task conflict and relationship conflict and why it matters. Understanding how your brain when under chronic stress and why knowing it is liberating as all hell What you can do when you are triggered before you shift to blame and shame. Sara's 4 quadrant model to help you lead a brainstorm conversation get clear on what matters for the culture and norms in your organization today. Sara and Lisa call BS on the "I don't have time" belief and share how you can get more time and efficiency back while being human at work. Why your definition of harmony is wrong. What to know if you have the most formal authority and power in the group – the real truth about your leadership impact.