Join Seasons Leadership Co-Founders Susan Ireland and Debbie Collard as they talk leadership and principles.
We are all leaders (:40)
Debbie and Susan discuss how we are all leaders and the importance of paying attention to the kind of example are you setting. They affirm we all have values, even if unconscious, and that values are core to Seasons Leadership.
Reacting in the moment could signal a value (2:57)
Debbie and Susan advise paying attention to your reactions and focusing on getting your agency back. They remind listeners of an earlier episode of the Seasons Leadership Podcast where Adam Reynolds discusses The Triangle of Blame.
How to map out your values (6:08)
Susan shares the story of refreshing values for Seasons Leadership and how the Live Your Values Card deck was a beautiful tool for this purpose.
Show break (8:48) – Learn about professional coaching with Seasons Leadership
Values guide the culture (10:24)
Susan and Debbie wrap up their discussion talking about how leaders must live their values and the organization’s values to keep the trust and be effective.
Leadership& Principles | Resources | Seasons Leadership Program
Taking Responsibility for Your Role in Conflict with Adam Reynolds - Seasons Leadership Podcast
Live Your Values with One and Three Co-Founders Andreea Niculescu + Laura Swapp -Seasons Leadership Podcast
The Live Your Values Deck – Lisa Congdon
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