Captivate Podcasts

How to Tackle Conflict in Leadership with Jennifer Tsang, PCC

I believe that a lot of conflict we experience is actually a way of teaching us exactly where we are stuck & what we still have to learn about ourselves. In today’s episode I discuss practices you can develop to support yourself & others during conflict. Use every opportunity in life to learn more about yourself.

Podcast Episode 18

Managing Through Change with Jennifer Tsang, PCC

Change is not something that we just dump on people (or managers) & expect them to just be “flexible.” In today’s episode, I will explore this very important topic & use the question bank from our most recent #LeadersChat conversation on Twitter.

How to Use Positive Intelligence in Leadership with Marie Logan

Positive Intelligence: Positive Intelligence (PQ) is a set of practices that build mental fitness and help people to develop mastery over their own mind. It is used to shift your mind from self-sabotage to optimal performance using simple and proven neuroscience-based techniques. Developing this mastery is the greatest determinant for achieving professional success and happiness.

What is Your Leadership Legacy with Jennifer Tsang, PCC

Legacy: What is your legacy? What does a leadership legacy mean to you? How do you want to be remembered? These are all questions I ask myself in Episode #16 of the In the Lead Show.

Great Leadership with the Internal Family System (IFS) with Susan Aiken, LMFT

IFS can be a powerful tool for all Leaders (in all capacities) to understand themselves better so that they can then lead others, better.

Unconscious Bias in Leadership with Jennifer Tsang, PCC

In today’s episode, Drea and I explore what unconscious bias means, the impact that it has on others and how we can start to develop more awareness around them to make decisions that have a positive impact.

Build Well-being into the Workplace

Well-being: What does well-being mean? Most organizations talk about it a lot & say that it is something that is important & that they take it seriously. If we ask our employees to bring their whole selves to work, we must also acknowledge this requires being mindful of and cultivating well-being on a daily basis.

How to Build Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Creating psychologically safe teams doesn’t have to be hard, but it requires leaders that have a high level of emotional intelligence and the commitment to putting feeling and emotions first.

How to Thrive with Burnout

Burnout: You that feeling. We’ve all been there before. Tired, stressed, forgetful, feeling like you don’t want to go to work. Develop practices each day that can help you manage and process the stress you’re experiencing so you feel better equipped and do not reach the final stage of burnout.

The Difference between a Manager and a Leader

What’s the difference? There is a big misconception that by becoming a people manager you’re automatically a leader. This is not the case. There is a big distinction between managing and leading.