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Born to Lead
16 minutes | May 20, 2022
7. Why Is It So Hard to Ask For Help?
After being out of commission with Covid, I realized I am the worst sick person ever. It got me thinking...why is it so hard to delegate tasks? Why is it so hard to ask for help? Listen in and let me know what you think! Instagram: borntoleadbri Website: brianneschmitz.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
14 minutes | May 4, 2022
6. Get the Right People On the Bus
In this episode, I discuss a quote from Alabama coach, Nick Saban, that I heard from a local sports podcast, Doug Franz Unplugged, that inspired me. Get the right people on the bus and get the wrong people off the bus. Sounds easy, right? We discuss. Instagram: borntoleadbri Email: email@example.com Website: www.brianneschmitz.com
22 minutes | Apr 27, 2022
5. How to Handle "Difficult Personality" Employees
Have you ever had an employee with a "difficult personality?" Do you not know how to approach them, coach them, or hold them accountable? This episode is here to help! Instagram: borntoleadbri Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.brianneschmitz.com
42 minutes | Feb 9, 2022
4. Recognizing and Overcoming Burnout with Allyson Greek
On this episode, I sit down and talk with Allyson Greek, Founder and Director at Ideally You with Allyson. She is a certified Health and Wellness coach with a 20 year background in HR and Leadership. We discuss how to recognize burnout in your employees and yourself and how to overcome that burnout. She discusses the 4 pillars of health and how to focus on those pillars while thinking of self-care. You can schedule a discovery call with her at: www.allysongreek.com and find her on FB in her group "Healthy, Balanced & Fulfilled: A Community for Women who want to thrive."
15 minutes | Feb 2, 2022
Today we talk about communication as a leader. What does good communication entail? I use some recent examples from my crazy life of good and bad communication. Enjoy!
14 minutes | Jan 20, 2022
2. Playing to Strengths
Watching my AZ Cardinals fall apart toward the end of the season made me reflect what I did as a leader when things got "wonky." First, you have to make sure to play to your staff's strengths and second, you need to make adjustments as needed. Enjoy!
17 minutes | Jan 12, 2022
Confidence In Leadership
Having confidence is key to being a strong leader! Have you ever heard "fake it 'til you make it?" Well, I discuss that and many more ways you can show your confidence to your team whether you're a new leader or a seasoned leader starting with a new company.
29 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
15. Keeping Covid Out with Catherine Thibedeau
In this episode, I speak with fellow nursing home administrator, Catherine Thibedeau, to discuss healthcare heroes during the pandemic, leadership style during Covid, and great stories of how Catherine and her team have kept her residents engaged throughout the pandemic. Enjoy!
48 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
14. Leading Through Covid-19 with Anthony Robbins
In this episode, I speak with a fellow nursing home administrator, Anthony Robbins, to discuss his leadership style, how Covid changed his perspective on leadership, and some fun stories about his time as a nursing home administrator. Enjoy!
13 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
13. The "Strategic" and "Transformational" Leader Defined
This episode is the last in a 5-part solo episode series about the different types of leaders you may encounter (or have encountered!). The final episode combines the last two types of leaders, the "Strategic" and the "Transformational" leader. These are the types of leaders that most people aspire to be and tend to be the leaders that are "favorites" among their staff. Which leader are you?
12 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
12. The "Authoritative" Leader Defined
This episode is the third in a 5-part solo episode series about the different types of leaders you may encounter (or already have encountered!). The third episode describes the "authoritative" manager. They keep an inner circle to do their dirty work, are charming when needed, and usually have an expiration date. Which leader are you?
43 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
11. From Food and Beverage Management to Business Owner-A Conversation With Liann Delaney
In this episode, I get a chance to talk leadership and loyalty with Liann Delaney, co-owner of Two Sense consulting. She shares with us the journey to owning her own business via the Food and Beverage industry. Her leadership tips (as well as discussion about loyalty) are so insightful! For more about Liann and Two Sense Consulting: www.twosenseconsulting.com
12 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
10. The "Delegative" Manager Defined
This episode is the second in a 5-part solo episode series about the different types of leaders you may encounter (or already have encountered!). The second episode describes the pros and cons of the "laissez-faire" or "delegative" manager. They are not micro-managers, which is good, but, they tend to work short days and be unavailable. Which type of leader are you?
41 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
9. From the Hotel Industry to Owning Her Own Business: Lessons in Leadership with Melissa Leon
In this episode, I get a chance to talk leadership lessons with Melissa Leon, co-owner of Two Sense Consulting. She shares with us the journey to owning her own business via the hotel industry. Her leadership tips (as well as financial tips) are spot on. This is a must listen! For more about Melissa and Two Sense Consulting: www.twosenseconsulting.com For a free gift from Melissa: https://twosenseconsulting.com/free-gift/
15 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
8. The "Friend" Manager Defined
This episode is the 1st in a 5-part solo episode series about the different types of leaders you may encounter (or have already encountered!). This first episode describes the pros and cons of the "friend" manager. They are easy to approach and ask for advice, but have a hard time with accountability. What type of leader are you?
32 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
7. Finding Her Destiny in the Senior Care Industry with Kathleen Collins Pagels
In this episode, I sit down with Kathleen Collins Pagels to discuss her journey to owning her own healthcare consulting business from majoring in gerontology in college. She has been an integral part of the senior care industry in Arizona for many years. She is an advocate for seniors in long term care facilities and wants our seniors to have the best care possible. She helps leaders in these long term care facilities be the best leaders they can be so quality of life for seniors is high. Find more about Kathleen's company: www.kcpagels.com
19 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
6. Stressed Out? Self-Care is CRUCIAL in Leadership!
In this episode, I discuss why self-care is so crucial when in a leadership role. You have to take care of yourself before you can care for others. I discuss self-care ideas to do daily, weekly, and monthly to keep you a little less stressed and more productive for you, your loved ones, and your employees.
44 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
5. From Completing Multi-Million Dollar Deals in NYC to the Senior Care Industry with Laurie Malone
On today's episode, I sit down with Laurie Malone, Managing Partner and CEO of Golden Heart Senior Care in Scottsdale, AZ to discuss her path from completing multi-million dollar deals in NYC to owning and operating one of the Phoenix-area's largest senior in-home care companies. Laurie shares some of her leadership strategies, how her team came together during Covid, and how her and her husband and business partner, Rodney, hold each other accountable. Takeaways from the show: 1) Always ask for a chance with a customer or employee. 2) Imposter syndrome is real-JUST DO IT! 3) Lead from strength. 4) Do something you care about. 5) Hope is not a strategy. Where to find more about Laurie and Golden Heart Senior Care: 480-284-7460 http://www.goldenheartscottsdale.com
18 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
4. From Toxic to Peaceful: How to Change Workplace Culture
In this episode, Brianne reminisces about her first year in management and how toxic the workplace culture was there. She goes over the steps to start improving workplace culture to make it more peaceful, whether the culture needs a major overhaul or it just needs some small tweaks. Please reach out with any leadership questions you would like discussed on the podcast to email@example.com
39 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
3. Leadership: A Teacher's Perspective with Amanda Lomazzo
Teachers are the epitome of a true leader. Parents depend on them to lead their children in a good direction and trust them everyday with their children's safety. Amanda is currently a 5th grade teacher and shares her journey becoming a teacher and how her leadership style has changed over her teaching career. She also shares how her teaching style has had to change due to Covid. Enjoy!
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