THE LEADERSHIFTER SHOW

Is your team not performing well? Is morale low and turnover high? Are you falling further behind the competition? Shani Magosky, a highly sought after leadership consultant, executive coach, and author, is here to help with her insightful and fun podcast, The Leadershifter Show! This is where business strategy and culture finally meet, exploring shifts of all sorts that are required for your own, your team’s, and your organization’s success. Shani is not your typical boring leadership consultant, and she WILL help you get your SHIFT together!

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43: 6 Best Practices for SHIFTing smoothly to #WFH

With millions of workers globally now working from home in the wake of #covid19, it’s important to reduce confusion and set people up for success during this new normal. That not only includes your team but also clients, vendors, cross functional partners, and any other stakeholders with whom you typically communicate. In this episode, I…

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44: Lead with Love: Crazy Little Thing Called L.O.V.E. (LOVE = Literally Overwhelmed by Various Emotions)

This episode is Part 1 of the LEAD WITH LOVE “Music Festival”: A free 4-Part webinar series on personal and professional resilience during the COVID-19 crisis. Because we’re all in the midst of redefining our priorities, roles, schedules, and lives, we created this series to help empower people and teams with tools to become more grounded, purposeful,…

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45: L.O.V.E. On a Two-Way Street (LOVE = Lots of Virtual Employees)

Tired of redundant lists of best practices for remote teams? The focus of this webinar is leading virtual teams in times of crisis. Learn and experience in real time a few clever approaches for building sustainable connection, trust, and productivity – including a no-BS Team Agreement, an effective turbo coaching model, and creative new roles for team…

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46: Lead with Love: L.O.V.E. Will Keep Us Together (LOVE = Living Our Values Everyday )

Join me and my frolleague Jennifer Davis to talk about banishing the Inner Critic from your mind’s talk track, activating the best version of yourself, spicing up your team’s values with invigorating new principles, and honoring your personal values as a fundamental measure of success during the “New Now.” This is episode is Part 3…

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47: Applying Design Thinking to #covid19 Challenges with Innovation Accelerator Noelle Dye

While known as an approach for product innovation, Design Thinking can help leaders navigate through the myriad challenges presented during and beyond COVID-19. On today’s episode, I chat with innovation guru Noelle Dye, who pioneered design thinking work as part of the team that developed P&G’s blockbuster Swiffer products. The essence of Design Thinking is…

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48: Lead with Love: What’s L.O.V.E. Got To Do With It (LOVE = Leading with Openness, Vision, and Energy)

If you define a LEADER as someone who takes responsibility for their personal and professional worlds and want more tools to pivot from Reactive to Creative leadership mindsets and behaviors, then join us for the finale of the LEAD WITH LOVE “Music Festival,” What’s L.O.V.E. Got To Do With It (Leading with Openness Vision and Energy). This completes the head/heart/gut-connecting series on personal and…

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5: Shifting the Paradigm About Feedback

Feedback is just as important as time and money in generating results for your business, and today we’re going to talk about why. Not giving feedback – both positive and constructive – is a missed opportunity to stimulate continuous improvement and generate better results. In this episode, I give you the tools you need to…

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50: Workplace leaders must step up with empathy to conversations about race and racial injustice, with author Alain Hunkins

The role of empathy as a starting point to address racial injustice in the workplace is a central focus of today’s episode with Alain Hunkins, a passionate leadership consultant, coach, facilitator, and most recently, author of Cracking the Leadership Code: Three Secrets to Building Strong Leaders. (HINT: the secrets involve acting on the interconnected elements of Connection, Communication, and Collaboration). Instead of merely discussing some of the book’s concepts in generalities, we contextualized them in an off-the-cuff discussion of how leaders can employ familiar leadership tools in open conversations with POC on their team and about topics of race with their team as a whole. Among many factors that hold people back from leading with empathy are fear, impatience, power dynamics, and lack of practice

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51: Shifting Leaders and Change Agents into “Future Makers” with TEDx Speaker Coach, Jill Wesley

If you’re looking to amplify your message and make a bigger impact with your ideas, research, or experiences, this is the episode for you! Described by her clients as their “secret weapon,” today’s guest is pro speaker coach and founder of The Science and Soul of Speaking, Jill Wesley. In addition to having coached thousands of…

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