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48 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
S4E10: Becoming a Boundary Boss with Terri Cole, MSW, LCSW
The last year has revealed to many of us that the current state of our boundaries is disordered and in need of repair to avoid exhaustion and burnout. Join Cy and guest Terri Cole, MSW LCSW as they talk about how to become a boundary boss so you can live an authentic and fulfilled life. http://boundaryboss.me/noego
58 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
S4E9: Gleb Tsipursky, Returning to the Office
With the vaccine situation improving, you are likely thinking about, or in the process of returning to the office. Gleb and I cover helpful benchmarking and best practices to aid in your return plan. Find the full white paper here: https://tinyurl.com/TheOfficeReturn
32 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
S4E8: Erica Dhawan, Digital Body Language
Erica Dhawan, author of Digital Body Language, joins me this week to discuss her new book and building connection in the digital era.
35 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
S4E7: Company Character - The Foundation for Building Resilience and Agility in Times of Constant Change ft. Frank Calderoni
Frank Calderoni - Chief Executive Officer of Anaplan joins Cy on this episode to talk about how he has used company character to align brand, strategy and experience to build a foundation for success at Anaplan. Preorder Frank's new book, Upstanding, at https://www.amazon.com/Upstanding-Company-Character-Catalyzes-Hypergrowth/dp/1119746493
42 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
S4E6: Hope Makes A Comeback
We are certainly heading towards some pleasure, some decadence. Many predict something similar to the roaring 20’s that followed the Spanish flu pandemic – pleasure does most certainly follow pain but the two are kindred spirits in the same cycle that is predictable and always returns to pain – why?
67 minutes | Mar 30, 2021
S4:E5 Self Reflection
Feelings have good information – goal is to experience them completely. Important for leaders to develop the ability to hold space for people to share their experiences AND important for individuals to learn to self-regulate and take ownership for their own feelings and their own emotional experience.
38 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
S4E3: Breaking Projection
This week we break down Projection and how it is showing up in our hybrid workplaces. We need to change the way in which we are having conversations and managing our energy to open up the opportunity for the BIG conversations that will determine how we move forward. Join me as we work through the Thinking Inside-The-Box Tool as well. Newsletter Sign-Up: https://www.realitybasedleadership.com/newsletter/ Thinking Inside-The-Box Tool: https://www.realitybasedleadership.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Ego-Bypass-Tool-Thinking-Inside-the-Box-Exercise.pdf
32 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
S4E3: Evolve Yourself
Season 4 is in full swing! In this episode I break down ways to build your inner wisdom using some tools and tricks adapted to today's challenges.
19 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
S4E2: Energage Keynote
Today I have a short version of my most recent keynote addressing living Reality-Based in these challenging times!
66 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Challenges and Coping with Covid ft. Jacqueline Anderegg, LCMSW
Uncertainty and ambiguity are universally difficult mind states for all human beings that inevitably produce stress, anxiety, and fear. If this is pervasive in the culture, we are all affected. It is pervasive now. Join me as I discuss these challenges and more with Jacqueline Anderegg, LCMSW.
37 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
What We Mean When We Talk About "Trust" (Rebroadcast)
When I hear people talk about trust in the workplace, I get concerned because we make it sound like something we can create for another. But that leaves us dependent on other people, and creates situations where people end up waiting to be offered something. When you say there is a lack of trust in your organization, is it due to leadership or due to your own choices? That's what I want to get into today. Whether or not you trust someone has a lot to do with you. Episode Originally Aired: March 08, 2018
27 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
How Learned Helplessness Affects You Daily (Rebroadcast)
When you are blaming others for your circumstances and not taking control of your own actions, that is when your ego really comes out swinging. And I want to get into today one of the major factors of blame, something I like to call learned helplessness. Learned helplessness is the opposite of accountability, and personal accountability is the death of the ego. And we all know that when you ditch your ego, it allows for growth and collaboration. Episode originally aired: February 21, 2018
51 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
This is Where Conflict Comes From (Rebroadcast)
In today's episode I want to talk about conflict. As a researcher, I've spent so many hours dissecting and trying to understand conflict and why it happens. What I've found is this: so much of the time, the root cause of conflict is ambiguity. And a leader's job is to facilitate clarifying conversations. Listen in for more on this and what else I've discovered are the best ways to fix it. Episode: Jan 31, 2018
26 minutes | Jan 11, 2021
Expectancy vs Expectations (Rebroadcast)
In today's episode, I talk about why you should live your life with great expectancy instead of expectations. There's a big difference, so I want you to dive into it with me and see how drastically different it can make your day to day. Episode originally aired December 14, 2017.
16 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Accountability Is Not A Dirty Word (Rebroadcast)
Accountability: it's a topic I bring up a lot because I believe it is one of the most misunderstood words in today's workplace. How do you measure for it? What is the end goal? And how do you introduce it to your company? I sat down with Jackie Froendt from Home Instead Senior Care to talk about all these things and so much more. Sidenote: we were meeting to film my new Facebook Watch show, Life's Messy Live Happy! Check out my Facebook to tune in to that as well. Episode originally aired: December 7, 2017
36 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Suffering Is Completely Optional (Rebroadcast)
With the holidays approaching, and the added stress that can come with them, I thought I'd focus on one big topic of mine today: that suffering is completely optional. I don't say this to be insensitive or trite - it's just that so much of our suffering comes from stories we make up in our own head and not reality. In today's episode, I'll show you tools you can use to fix that and be stress free this holiday season. Episode Originally Aired: November 30, 2017
24 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
Stop Enabling: The Best Way to Foster Accountability (Rebroadcast)
In this week's episode, I answer the often asked question, “How do I make someone change?” with a surprising answer. You can’t make anyone do anything - but, you can stop enabling them. When you stop enabling your teammates, it 's the quickest way to ensure that their relationship with reality is a direct one and that they have the best information possible with which to make better decisions. Episode Originally Aired: Nov 2, 2017
24 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
How to Start Change Without Leadership Buy-In (Rebroadcast)
I got wind of a fan of who was starting their own reality-based leadership revolution at their company so I surprised them with a phone call. We managed to capture the conversation and get great tips on how to start from where you are, even if it's not a company sanctioned program. Episode Originally Aired: Oct 23, 2017
56 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
Business Readiness, Not Change Management (Rebroadcast)
In this episode, the last of the exclusive book club calls, I talk about why I believe our approach to change management has been one of the biggest fuels of drama in the workplace. We are asking ourselves, how can change be least disruptive to our team? But what we should be asking is: how can we make change least disruptive to our business? By making sure our teams are always ready for what's next. Episode Originally Aired: October 9, 2017
60 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Exclusive No Ego Book Club Chat Part II (Rebroadcast)
Another great episode for you guys today - last month I hosted a number of informal, exclusive, member only chats for everyone in my book club. Excited to share the second one with you all now, just for my podcast listeners! Listen in. Episode originally aired: October 3, 2017
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