My latest interviewee for the ‘Leadership Mindset’ podcast series was Simon Gray and we covered many areas, including the need for habits and a rigid structure to Simon’s daily routine. This includes lunchtime Brazilian jiu jitsu! Simon is an executive career coach and his passion is to help senior executives from across the world navigate the executive job market successfully. He is also the author of three books, including 'Super Secrets of Successful Executive Job Search', which has received multiple 'five-star' reviews and is available on Amazon worldwide. His insights from his career and life experiences fill the 30-minute interview so grab a coffee and have a listen.
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How are you going to be the best you can be in 2019? This critically is about how you 'Think' and how you 'See' yourself, others and your world. Unless you keep a strong focus on this to keep your mindset strong and positive, 2019 will fall short for you. This podcast focuses on 4 areas - Lifebuoys, Sharks, Clouds and Sunrays
Gary Gorman is a trainer, author and business speaker. He specialises in helping corporate businesses negotiate better deals, contracts and prices through training workshops, consultation support and online programmes. Gary began his career selling Duracell batteries to corner shops before then joining Wilkinson Sword as a National Account Sales Manager when he developed their business with Tesco and other UK high street names. Gary then joined The Boots Company where, after various senior sales roles, he became UK Training Manager for Boots Healthcare International. Gary set up his own sales training business in 2005 and since then has worked with hundreds of businesses both in the UK and abroad, spoken at numerous conferences and meetings and written two business books: ‘The 30 Day Sales Challenge’ & ‘Inside The Entrepreneur’s Mind’.
How we ‘Think’ and ‘See’ our world is shaped by the language we use on a daily basis. This impacts on what we ‘Do’. The problem is that we’re not fully aware of the language we use and much of this can be on autopilot. This can result in the use of unchecked negative language, doubtful language and mannerisms. It’s important for us all to be significantly more conscious of the language we use In this 'Leadership Insight' we are going to examine the language we use and misuse.
This podcast looks at how to improve your wellbeing and how to increase your personal effectiveness in your leadership role
Suresh Bawa is a serial entrepreneur with varying business interests in radio, media and marketing. He recently launched a national coffee business - the Sassy Coffee Company. He is founding trustee of Promise Dreams, a national charity helping terminally and seriously ill children. In 2016 he climbed Kilimanjaro with his son Arran, to raise money for Promise Dreams and this year he is off to climb Mount Everest Base Camp to raise funds again. His insights from his life experiences and business challenges were insightful and I’m sure will be useful for you on your journey.
Don Goodman is an ex footballer with a career spanning over 20 years from 1983 to 2004, including periods at Sunderland, Wolves and West Bromwich Albion. As well as previously running a successful Health & Fitness business, Don is now a full time pundit on Sky Sports. His insights from his life experiences, sport and business were truly fascinating.
Shaz Nawaz is a Chartered Accountant, the owner of 4 businesses, author of 3 books, a Peterborough City Counsellor and a big cricket fan! Shaz shared his honest experiences and gave some great responses to a series of questions on his leadership journey.
This 'Leadership Insight' podcast looks at the importance of Leadership Energy. How do you influence with your demeanour, your emotional state, your body language and your energy
This 'Leadership Insight' podcast looks at the differences between holding a Fixed Mindset and a Growth Mindset. It examines how important it is for us to move to a Growth Mindset view of our word, but individually and collectively within teams and organisations. How do you see your abilities?