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The People Leaders Podcast is a resource for managers and business leaders creating high performing teams. Join leadership and team development experts Jan and Michelle Terkelsen each week and explore both subjects from every angle.Through practical tips, valuable insights, and compelling interviews with leadership experts around the world, you’ll learn how to bring out the best in your staff and how to give your best as a leader.We cover issues such as workplace communication, understanding ...
 
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The agile work environments of today pose a big challenge… are leaders really leaders anymore? Our esteemed guest, Dr Ben Ritter, has noticed a trend of leaders not feeling like they deserve to be there. The speed with which leaders can rise to the top, mobile/remote working and the fluidity of organisational structures have all contributed to a to…
 
What a pleasure it was to speak to a genuine thought leader on the latest People Leaders podcast. Beverly Kaye is an internationally renowned expert in career development, employee engagement and employee retention. She’s written multiple books (the last one sold over 800,000 copies) and, just for good measure, she has received a Lifetime Achieveme…
 
We all experience insecurities at some point in our lives. Some people suffer from insecurities such as social anxiety, nervousness, past traumas, recent experiences of failure or rejection, loneliness, negative beliefs about yourself, perfectionism, and so on. These insecurities can have a huge impact on your life, relationships, personality, and …
 
Promoting and maintaining diversity, equity, and inclusion in a hybrid environment is challenging for leaders, especially during this time of COVID-19. To find ways out of this issue, we have Robin Rosenberg to discuss and share some tips on how to promote and maintain diversity, equity, and inclusion in an organisation. She is CEO and Founder of L…
 
What are the conversations you avoid having in your workplace? It could be the one you need to have with a staff member about their performance or personal hygiene. Maybe it’s a discussion with a more senior manager about how they are interacting with your team. There’s no shortage of possible triggers for ‘difficult conversations’ and it’s one of …
 
In this episode we speak to the inspirational Melanie Weller: a professional voice coach who can tell you exactly what you need to do to project yourself in the best possible way.Melanie works with voice professionals and non-voice professionals alike. Whoever you are, you’re going to need this advice!Her clinical specialty is the vagus nerve, so w…
 
Recruitment is one of the biggest headaches in business, but it really doesn’t need to be. We speak to CEO and co-founder of Resume Sieve, Michael Yinger, about how you can automate the recruitment process and get really clever with the algorithms. Once you’ve got the right tools, as Michael says, you can “take the drudgery out of the recruitment p…
 
We absolutely love it when people take a deep dive into the art of leadership. Susan Basterfield and Travis Marsh have certainly done that as co-authors of an inspiring new book called ‘Lead Together’. They’ve done some extensive research into many aspects of leadership, most notably the transformative power of ‘empathetic leadership’, and why lead…
 
As a people leader it’s useful to have a strong toolkit of good frameworks; shortcuts for certain ways of operating. We get a lot of feedback from people about the resources we share and how helpful they are, so we’re sharing a new one with you: the Johari Window. Episode Highlights:When was it developed, who developed it and what actually is the J…
 
Crazy is the new busy! We’ve been working with leaders in business for well over twenty years and the common mantra to date has always been, “I’m busy, really busy,” or variations on that theme. Since the beginning of last year though, that mantra has changed, “Things are crazy, really crazy!” No points for guessing what’s brought that about...A lo…
 
We speak to a truly inspirational lady on this episode of People Leaders. Jamie Shapiro is an executive leadership coach with a refreshingly holistic take on business. She’s also a bestselling author, former triathlete, certified nutritionist and CEO of her own company, Connected EC. You’ll hear plenty of easy-to-understand tips for how to cultivat…
 
On the show this week we hear some great advice from Dave McKeown: the energetic and charismatic founder of Outfield Leadership. Dave explains how to make strategic planning a part of every working day, and what leaders can do to empower their staff to buy into the wider company vision. Dave really knows what he’s talking about. As a business growt…
 
By the end of this episode you’re going to have some great tools to sharpen yourself up as a leader. Our guest Amber Hurdle specialises in helping leaders define their position and value to maximise results. Amber is CEO of Amber Hurdle Consulting, a multi-award winning talent organisational firm that works with international celebrities and Fortun…
 
Bereavement is uncomfortable in any situation and the workplace especially. We had an incredibly moving conversation on the podcast with Zenith Virago, a ‘deathwalker’, marriage celebrant, consultant, educator, speaker, facilitator and author.Most of us never think of how to deal with bereavement until it actually happens, but half an hour with Zen…
 
In this episode of the People Leaders Podcast, we talk about useful strategies on how to build and develop confidence, tips on self-promoting and selling - without it feeling awkward, and different ways to improve communication. We invited Bill Kurzeja, the owner and founder of Professional Success South, a sales training and business consulting fi…
 
The end of the year is nipping on our heels so for our last offering this year we wanted to share a Reflection Session Template that we’ve been getting great feedback about from clients.Of course any time of the year is a great time to reflect but typically the end of the year, or the beginning of the following year, might be times where you go thr…
 
It was such a privilege to speak to David Shar on the People Leaders Podcast – he is a truly inspirational man. David is a keynote speaker, trainer and consultant who helps organisations improve their leadership culture and avoid burnout. As leaders we are often focused on troubleshooting the poor performers rather than building the right leadershi…
 
In this podcast, we interviewed Kathleen Steffey, who started her recruiting firm ‘Naviga’ in 2002. Kathleen has nineteen years of experience as a Chief Talent Officer. She joined us on the People Leaders Podcast to share some wisdom on how to go about recruiting talent to expand your team. Even if you are not in a position where you are hiring tea…
 
In this episode of the People Leaders Podcast, we interview Tony Martignetti, Chief Inspiration Officer and Founder of Inspired Purpose Coaching. Tony is a leadership coach with a specialty in working with leaders and their teams to navigate through change and unlock their true potential. He is known for supporting leaders by helping them find clar…
 
In this inspiring episode we interview Ryan Berman.Ryan has worked with some of the most influential companies in the world. He has spent the last decade and a half growing his own creative business, but in 2019, he actually fired himself from his last agency to start Courageous, a change consultancy that develops Courage Brands and trains companie…
 
Has your physical, emotional and mental well being fallen by the wayside during all this change and uncertainty? As a people leader, you need to be your best self so you can lead others. Paying extra attention to your own well being is always a good idea. In this episode, we share our top seven strategies from our Leadership Essentials program that…
 
We know things aren’t easy right now. We’re all learning how to navigate such dramatic change in business as a result of COVID-19. And a change in our environment means changing the way in which we work. So we’ve created a transition plan to help people leaders and their team embrace the change and move forward post-COVID as a high-performing team …
 
How are you coping with all the change and uncertainty that’s going on at the moment?We’ve all been affected in different ways by Covid-19 and all the restrictions that have come with it, not to mention the disturbed routines. Some are taking it in their stride, while others are struggling, particularly those who’ve been forced into a second round …
 
In this very special episode — our 100th episode — we’re in myth-busting mode and are taking a look at the common misconceptions of introverted and extroverted personality types. It’s no secret that we’re lovers of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and using it to understand your own and your team’s personality types. There are certain things …
 
We’ve had a lot of mixed responses from clients considering engaging us for leadership and team-building programs since Covid-19 restrictions took hold back in March.All the leaders and organisations we’ve spoken to recognise that the team dynamic and organisational culture have had to adapt to the new ways of working, and that in many ways these c…
 
We have an information-packed episode with Zoe Routh. In this episode, Zoe talks about the gig economy and this pandemic, strategies for leaders on retaining talent, her definition of loyalty in the workplace, on being an elder-archetype leader, and more.Zoë Routh is one of Australia’s leading experts on people stuff - the stuff that gets in our wa…
 
In this episode, Franziska shares some wonderful ideas and tips on courageous leadership, concepts of imperfection and how it is helpful for leaders and teams, personal branding, and more.Franziska is an internationally renowned speaker, entrepreneur, adventurer. She's known for her thought leadership and for pushing boundaries. Franziska is a mave…
 
In this episode, we interview James Sinclair, the Chief Executive of EnterpriseAlumni. His primary role is in recruitment but he is really making a name for himself teaching organisations how to maintain relationships with staff when they do leave. He also contributes to various media on the future of work and large enterprise innovation and entrep…
 
In today's episode, we are graced again by the presence of Vivian Goh as she talks about financial wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic.Vivian is the founder and coach of Simple Wealth Coaching (SWC). She also discusses how you can, step by step, start getting your financial house in order and automating your budget so you can prepare and make se…
 
In this episode, we’re chatting with Jesse Curry, the founder of First-String Leadership. Founded in July 2019 (first as a blog, now a podcast) to serve other leaders and entrepreneurs looking to scale their businesses, but needing leadership training to do so.He began his career as in the US Army as an Aviation Officer, including serving as an Int…
 
It’s a turbulent time. The coronavirus outbreak continues to spread and the majority of people are working from home. It can be stressful trying to navigate these changing and uncertain times. So, checking in with yourself, your family and friends and your team is key. In this podcast, we’re sharing our top five tips we’ve learned along the way to …
 
Are your processes and systems helping or hindering your business? In this episode, we’re chatting to Craig Meinicke, the founder and managing director of Touchpoint One, a Brisbane-based management consultancy business. He has over 20 years’ experience across many different industries and in various utility sectors including water, electricity, tr…
 
A new year means new opportunities and a chance to set yourself up for a successful year ahead. But we’re not talking about making New Year’s resolutions. We’re talking about something much simpler, and much more likely to make a difference to your life, both personally and professionally. In this episode, we’re looking at the power of a good morni…
 
It can be stressful not having control over your money. And sometimes, the idea of taking back control is so daunting it can be hard to know where to even start. Luckily, in this episode we cover that and more. Vivian Goh, financial wellness coach and founder of Simple Wealth Coaching shares her knowledge and tips for taking responsibility of your …
 
We don’t know what kind of year you’ve had to date but whatever it’s been, now is a great time to review how the year has been for you in the context of being a leader.If you still haven’t got the results you were hoping for in 2019, hang in there, you may be closer than you realise. And if you did get the results you were looking for, well done! A…
 
Do you write your own story? Do you build your own personal brand? In any environment, you need to take responsibility for your career, how you want to be, the reputation you want to be known for, because if you don’t determine it, other people will do it for you. In this episode, we’re chatting to someone who helps leaders do exactly that: Matt Jo…
 
Constructive team agreements are all about the behaviours and the way the team interacts with one another and stakeholders. In order for a team to be high performing, no matter their industry, they need to agree to uphold those behaviours throughout the day and week as a team. A person might be doing a really good job in terms of what they have to …
 
In this episode, we’re chatting with our favourite yoga instructor, Cate Wilson, about why yoga and leadership are the perfect match. Cate is a 250-hour YTT yoga teacher, with a love of learning and inspiring change in others. A wife and mother of two, she’s also a beauty therapist and thermomix lover and is passionate about what we put into our bo…
 
It’s no secret that in order to be an effective leader, your energy levels need to be maintained. The same goes for being an effective, high-performing team member. It’s easy to lose awareness of your energy, but reconnecting with it doesn’t need to be difficult. In this episode, we chat to Chris Wildeboer, CEO and Personal Energy Specialist at Bal…
 
Do you lack confidence as a leader? It’s a common problem among people leaders, and something we’ve seen more and more of lately. Many new and developing leaders think they’re not good enough, and don’t have all the tools and resources to lead confidently. But it is possible to build your confidence and bridge that gap to improve. In this episode, …
 
You might already be in a position of leadership, or you might have recently been promoted or put yourself forward for a new role. Whatever stage of leadership you’re in, it’s time to change your strategy. Being a leader requires next-level thinking. You need to prepare mentally, physically and emotionally. Luckily for you, we’ve got a few tips and…
 
Making the move from supervisor to manager isn’t a simple one. Working the way you used to work just isn't going to cut it anymore. The three key areas that allow you to be successful in a managerial role are your thoughts and mindset, your behaviours and the tools and strategies you use. More importantly, there are 10 shifts in mindset you should …
 
Are you cut out to be a leader? Many people think they don’t have what it takes. That they don’t have the qualities needed to hold a leadership position. But leadership isn’t some grand vision to be attained. The title of ‘leader’ is not something that only people like Nelson Mandela or Gandhi are able to use. We believe we all have what it takes t…
 
In this episode, we’re chatting to Gretchen Gagel. An expert in the construction industry, she consults to owners to support the cost-effective planning, design, and construction of capital assets, and to contractors, engineering firms, and material and equipment suppliers. Her firm, Greatness Consulting, has worked with high level clients over the…
 
Do you ever feel a little stuck or that you lack focus when at work? Working inside, whether you’re stuck in an office or a warehouse or at home, means your brain has ‘less space’ to think. The challenge for most people is not having enough space in between their meetings or between their thoughts to allow their creative juices to flow and allow so…
 
In this episode, we explore an issue that one of our podcast listeners is facing, but it’s a common problem in any high-performing team: dealing with difficult people. Hands up, do you have a difficult colleague or somebody in your team that could be considered difficult? In the case of our podcast listener, they felt their colleague has high IQ bu…
 
We have been getting a lot of feedback from leaders who feel they don’t have a good relationship with their stakeholders. So in this episode, we’re taking a look at a few strategies and approaches that can help you improve your relationships for better business success. Episode highlights: Defining a stakeholder - an individual or group of people w…
 
Recently we chatted with Sandra Hannah on the People Leaders Podcast. Sandra is a customer operations manager at City West Water and a participant in a 9-month leadership program we ran in 2018.Sandra used our High-Performing Team Indicator (HPTI) with her team and told us, “I used the High-Performing Team tool because I wanted to find out exactly …
 
When a business goes through a period of change, good or bad, it can be unsettling for its employees. That’s where people leaders are important; knowing how to deal with change and having the skills to react the right way can help a team move forward.In this episode, we chat to Virginia Thompson about how employees can connect strategy and purpose …
 
As a business owner or people leader, your job is to make a change to the lives of your customers and clients. But what about making a change to your local community? Even the smallest changes can have the biggest impact, and can really boost your company’s success.In this episode we chat to Carrie Harris, president of Aspire Worldwide. Her team bu…
 
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