About This Show
Relatable Leader is produced to benefit the following listener groups:
1. People employed by organizations in which they hold a leadership position, or those who have been identified as potential leaders. This is one of the main participant groups attending my face-to-face trainings.
2. People aspiring to build careers as professional trainers and who want real-life insight into what that career might look like. These people frequently reach out to me to learn how I became a trainer and the introduction episode answers that question in broad strokes. Also in this category are those already in training roles seeking support and a virtual peer group.
3. Another participant group who benefits significantly from my trainings are front line workers who are striving to reach their highest potential. They aren't wanting to take on leadership roles, but they are on board with my motto, "You don't have to be the leader to lead."
This podcast will provide you with insights into the topics I'm training, the challenges my clients face, the coaching I offer to overcome those challenges, and an overall view of one trainer's career.
This is no fast formula or quick step to success. If you are looking for a 3-month, 10 step program to a six-figure income, this is NOT the podcast for you, because that's not the life I'm living.
This IS your behind the scenes access to coaching that supports your success in a leadership position.
Most Recent Episode
EP039 Discussion Skills for Quality Interactions in Conflicted Situations
6 days ago
This episode builds on the information covered in episode 037 in which I shared some role plays. If you haven't already listened to that episode, I encourage you to go back and give it a listen after you hear this episode. This week I share insights from two intervention trainings in which teams have absorbed too much negativity from coworkers and customers (the people they serve). They need a way out of the conflict, both internal and external, and I provided specific action plans and dialogues to assist them. It was such a relief to get the truth about the conflict out in the open and know that I was there with tools that could help immediately, people got emotional. One said, "Finally, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel again." In addition to listening to this episode, you can email me through my website, relatableleader.com, and request a PDF of my conversation tool, "Discussion Skills for Quality Interactions", in which you gain skills to demonstrate respectful and direct honesty, and well as inspire discovery about others. If you need to see the light again, be sure to listen to this episode and subscribe to the podcast for upcoming episodes! For those of you who have been listening from the beginning, thanks for hanging in there with me as I took a podcasting break to deal with a death in the family. It feels good to be back in front of the mic today connecting with YOU! I coach supervisors, managers, and front line employees who want to work in their highest potential. As a trainer who trains trainers, I also invite you to subscribe if you are developing your professional training career. Does your role include responsibility for employee performance discussions? If so, those conversations just go a lot easier for you! Send in your email request for the Performance Management Worksheet, a discussion tool that organizes all the key points of these important conversations. Go to my website to request this tool and make those leadership conversations easier and with more credibility: http://www.relatableleader.com/ My focus is training front line employees, supervisors, and managers so they can reach their highest potential in their careers. I also taught college level Business Communication and Employee Readiness courses for 15 years. Employees and students tell me my courses change their lives for the better, and my evaluations consiste