Disagree or Disagreeable?
20 min

Somedays it can feel as though we are in a minefield - worried that if we say the wrong thing it could turn into a battle. In this episode we explore the dynamics occurring when we're in serious disagreement and tools you can use today to move the conversation (and the relationship) to a higher and more meaningful level.

Communication On Point is a podcast designed to bring insights that help leaders grow their impact through better communication. It's hosted by Dean Heffta, founder of the leadership development firm Clarus Results. Contact Dean at dean@clarusresults.com or learn more at www.clarusresults.com.

Coaching for Leaders
Coaching for Leaders
Dave Stachowiak
501: How to Build a Coaching Culture, with Andrea Wanerstrand
Andrea Wanerstrand: Microsoft & International Coach Federation Andrea Wanerstrand is a leadership coach and head of Microsoft Worldwide Learning Coaching Programs. Andrea has 15+ years of international experience in organizations ranging from 50 to over 150,000+ employees. She has a multi-industry background including technology solutions and services, business management consulting, and telecommunications. Andrea’s expertise is in leading the development and management of large-scale global coaching & leadership development programs specializing in customer centric organizations. In addition to leading the global coaching programs at Microsoft, she is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) PCC certified leadership coach, serves as a current Board Member on the ICF Global Board of Directors, and is a Fellow at the Institute of Coaching – Harvard McLean. In this conversation, Andrea and I discuss how the conversation about coaching culture started at Microsoft and how they began to bring this intention into practice. Plus, she shares what worked in designed programs for Microsoft leaders that helped in developing coaching skills and support the success of the entire organization. Key Points In their report on Building a Coaching Culture with Managers and Leadership, the International Coach Federation and Human Capital Institute say: Organizations with a strong coaching culture report recent revenue above their industry peer group (51% of organizations compared to 38% of other responding organizations). Sixty-four percent of respondents in organizations with strong coaching cultures report the presence of all three modalities, compared to 33% of respondents in organizations without strong coaching cultures. Three modalities of coaching: Coaching Services: formal global solutions for engaging with point in time development focused coaching (can leverage internal or external coaches). Coaching Capabilities: in the moment leadership behavior that facilitates empowerment, learning and activates a growth mindset. Coaching Champions: A common framework and approach to create and support a community of leaders/manager as well as internal coaches who are held to common standards and practices fostering coaching capabilities. Resources Mentioned Andrea Wanerstrand Related Episodes How to Improve Your Coaching Skills, with Tom Henschel (episode 190) These Coaching Questions Get Results, with Michael Bungay Stanier (episode 237) Move Coaching from Theory to Practice, with Jason Weeman (episode 493) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic.
35 min
Supply Chain Now
Supply Chain Now
Supply Chain Now
SCN Classic from the Archives: New Generation of Supply Chain Leadership
This episode of Supply Chain Now originally published as episode 342. This episode of Supply Chain Now features Maggie Hume, Nam Pham, & Tanner Foster. Maggie Hume is a senior at the University of Georgia with a passion for Sustainability and an eagerness to learn about all things Supply Chain. Having spent years internationally, She have global experience that allows her to develop creative solutions through a unique lens. Throughout the course of her college career she have gained a deep appreciation for the people and processes that contribute to complex global supply chains, and tangible results of data-driven decisions urging her to further her expertise and proficiency with analytic tools. Nam Pham is currently studying supply chain management at UGA. Early in his career, he helped in a restaurant start up in his hometown in Statesboro, GA. Since then, he has transitioned to more relevant supply chain experiences through internship opportunities. Nam had a successful internship learning the ins and outs of distribution center operations for a Fortune 500 company. He has also recently been hired to work for Manhattan Associates in Atlanta, GA, after graduation. Tanner Foster is a senior at UGA in his last semester. He will be graduating with a degree in management, plus an emphasis in supply chain management from the Terry School of Business. After graduation, He will be returning to Mohawk Industries Inc. to begin as a Supply Chain Analyst. Upcoming Events & Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Subscribe to Supply Chain Now: supplychainnow.com/subscribe/ Connect with Scott on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/scottwindonluton/ Connect with Greg on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gswhite/ Connect with Fred on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fred-tolbert-09196712/ Connect with Maggie on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maggie-hume/ Connect with Nam on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nam-pham/ Connect with Tanner on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/tanner-foster-081a00149 SCN Ranked #1 Supply Chain Podcast via FeedSpot: tinyurl.com/rud8y9m Check Out News From Our Sponsors: U.S. Bank: www.usbpayment.com/transportation-solutions Capgemini: www.capgemini.com/us-en/ Vector Global Logistics: vectorgl.com/ Verusen: www.verusen.com/ This episode was hosted by Fred Tolbert and Scott Luton. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at https://supplychainnow.com/episode-342
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