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030: Relationship Based Business with Lindsay Adams

030: Relationship Based Business with Lindsay Adams

The world of business is ever changing. What worked in the past, won’t necessarily work now. What we’re seeing now is the importance of relationships. These days it’s always relationships first, and sales second. 

Business relationships are critical to our success in business. If you can’t relate to the people you are talking to, then you will never make a solid connection and you will never get what you want and need.

In this episode, we speak with The Relationship Guy, Lindsay Adams. Lindsay is a practiced speaking professional, workshop facilitator and business relationship specialist. He shares with us the power of building business relationships, how to create effective relationships, and what not to do when networking.

Join us in this episode to find out how to leverage relationships to drive referrals and grow your business.

Time Stamps:

  • Lindsay’s career highlights (1:55)
  • Importance of effective relationships in business (4:34)
  • Mistakes in approaching building relationships (5:35)
  • Networking tips (12:57)
  • Know, Like, and Trust (15:05)
  • Tips to leave a conversation (20:30)

Resources Mentioned

Mantra/Quotes:

  • “If you’re going to get involved, get involved.”

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Your Host Lisa Evans is one of Australia’s leading Executive Public Speaking Coaches and Corporate Storytelling Trainers. If you would like help with training your team in soft skills, public speaking and business storytelling, get in touch with Lisa. Lisa offers a complimentary 30-minute strategy session to find out if you are a good fit to work together.
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About Lindsay Adams

Lindsay Adams is a relationship marketing strategist. With over 20 years of Human Resource experience, Lindsay shows you can enhance your relationships in order to build effective leaders, be more productive in your team, and drive higher sales.

029: The Productive Leader with Sally Foley-Lewis

029: The Productive Leader with Sally Foley-Lewis

“Festina lente.”

This Latin phrase is an oxymoron that translates to “hurry slowly.” It means to “act with due diligence, focus, and attention to detail in order to avoid mistakes and finish a task more productively overall.”

In a world full of constant distractions, finding focus, and finishing what you started is the key to productivity. 

In this episode, multi-award winning expert in productivity, Sally Foley-Lewis shares with us the habits that can either hinder or help your productivity in order to succeed as a leader. Join us in this episode to find out what it takes to become an effective and productive leader to positively impact results.

Time Stamps:

  • Sally’s journey (00:25)
  • How to delegate effectively (3:39)
  • Habits to hinder or help your productivity (9:41)
  • What’s the cost of interruptions to organisations? (22:36)
  • The effect of meetings in terms of productivity (27:35)

Resources Mentioned

Mantra/Quotes:

  • Trust and relationships are essential for the beginnings of delegation working well.
  • “Festina lente” – Make haste slowly
  • Clear is kind and unclear is unkind. – Brene Brown
  • Ask for help not because you are weak but because you want to remain strong. – Les Brown

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Your Host Lisa Evans is one of Australia’s leading Executive Public Speaking Coaches and Corporate Storytelling Trainers. If you would like help with training your team in soft skills, public speaking and business storytelling, get in touch with Lisa. Lisa offers a complimentary 30-minute strategy session to find out if you are a good fit to work together.
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About Sally Foley-Lewis

Sally Foley-Lewis is a multi-award winning expert in productivity to positively impact results, leadership and team performance. Being obsessed with productivity and leadership, Sally helps people get on with their work and get on with their peers, teams and senior leaders.

She’s helped thousands of leaders and teams boost their productivity and improve their leadership skills internationally and across Australia.

Additionally, Sally is an accomplished Speaker, Author and Executive Coach and a much sought after event MC.

028: Accountability For Success With Darren Finkelstein

028: Accountability For Success With Darren Finkelstein

Do you do what you say you are going to do? Do you meet your obligations, promises, and commitments you’ve made to others and to yourself?

There are so many people who talk the talk but don’t walk the talk. We are in a time where we’re less accountable than ever, continually busy, and making excuses. Being accountable can set you apart from the rest.

In this episode, accountability coach Darren Finkelstein shares tips on how to do what you say you’re going to do and how to get your team to do what they say they’re going to do. He also shares the seven key things that keep us stuck, and from getting stuff done and what to do when you hit these roadblocks. 

Remember, accountability is your superpower.

Time Stamps:

  • The power of accountability (6:40)
  • Reasons why we don’t get stuff done (9:00)
  • Difference between a coach and a mentor (18:30)
  • The effect of not taking action (20:00)
  • Dealing with self-doubt and impostor syndrome (21:30)
  • Tip to taking the next step (25:55)

Resources Mentioned

Mantra/Quotes:

  • Do what you say you’re going to do and get your team to do the same.
  • You can’t buy happiness, but getting stuff done is pretty much the same.

Connect With Lisa Evans
Your Host Lisa Evans is one of Australia’s leading Executive Public Speaking Coaches and Corporate Storytelling Trainers. If you would like help with training your team in soft skills, public speaking and business storytelling, get in touch with Lisa. Lisa offers a complimentary 30-minute strategy session to find out if you are a good fit to work together.
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About  Darren Finkelstein

With over 30-years of experience both in the corporate world and within small business, Darren is an Accountability Coach who helps high-performing entrepreneurial business owners and teams get results and smash their goals. He coaches individuals to ensure that they get stuff done by doing the things they say they’re going to do and get their team to do the same.

027: Bonus Episode – Understand Self, Understand Others With Ian Crawford

027: Bonus Episode – Understand Self, Understand Others With Ian Crawford

Understanding yourself is key when it comes to understanding others. 

When we increase and improve our self-awareness, we can increase our influence to those around us, upgrade the delivery of our communication, and improve our relationships. 

In this episode, Ian shares with us his insights and knowledge on knowing our behavioural styles so that we can work effectively with others. We delve into the importance of understanding yourself in order to understand others much better.

Time Stamps:

  • Ian’s journey (1:20)
  • The importance of self-awareness (5:43)
  • The power of 1:1 coaching (8:44)
  • Tools to understand yourself better (11:04)
  • Behaviour Profiling (15:40)
  • Using online tests to understand yourself (27:00)

Resources Mentioned

Quote:

  • Always begin with the end in mind. – Stephen Covey

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Your Host Lisa Evans is one of Australia’s leading Executive Public Speaking Coaches and Corporate Storytelling Trainers. If you would like help with training your team in soft skills, public speaking and business storytelling, get in touch with Lisa. Lisa offers a complimentary 30-minute strategy session to find out if you are a good fit to work together.
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About Ian Crawford

Ian Crawford  speaks at conferences and delivers training for groups wanting to significantly develop and produce high performing cultures through having a greater understanding of themselves and others.

During an early career in global sports development, Ian quickly developed skills to deeply influence athletes and teams of all shapes, sizes and abilities. On entering the corporate world he quickly found this unique ability transferred to all levels of leadership and team

026: Humour In The Workplace With Kate Burr

026: Humour In The Workplace With Kate Burr

Can you really use humour tastefully in the workplace?

The idea of using humour in the workplace is not new, however it’s not particularly common. When used correctly, humour has the potential to improve relationships at work. But if used incorrectly, or not at the right time, it can damage your reputation and credibility. 

In business and in the workplace, the main purpose of humor isn’t to get laughs or crack jokes. The goal of using humour in the workplace is to increase engagement and connection. 

In this episode, Humour Coach, Kate Burr shares with us how to use humour in the workplace and how leaders can be more engaging with authentic humour to connect and influence their teams. 

Time Stamps:

  • Bringing humour into the workplace (9:45)
  • The benefits of humour (10:20)
  • What’s not humourous in the workplace (12:50)
  • Self-deprecating humour (14:25)
  • Humour as the ACE up your sleeves (15:20)
  • Types of humour to avoid (17:05)
  • The power of stealth humour (18:30)

Resources Mentioned

Quote:

  • I don’t want you as an enemy. I’m happy to see you eat, just not at my table. – Tupac

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Your Host Lisa Evans is one of Australia’s leading Executive Public Speaking Coaches and Corporate Storytelling Trainers. If you would like help with training your team in soft skills, public speaking and business storytelling, get in touch with Lisa. Lisa offers a complimentary 30-minute strategy session to find out if you are a good fit to work together.
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About Kate Burr

Kate Burr is a Humour Coach who helps people to be funny on purpose. Kate makes sure humour is used to support your key messages, brand and personality. In business, the primary reason for humour isn’t laughter; it’s engagement – as better engaged prospects, clients, teams and audiences leads to better performance and results.

With over 15 years of experience as a Stand Up Comedian, MC & Professional Speaker, Kate brings her extensive knowledge and skills to teach Business Owners, Leaders and Speakers how to use humour effectively.

Rather than just telling a joke to make people laugh, Kate focuses on using humour with the purpose to engage and influence.

025: The Ideal Facilitation Space with  Leanne Hughes

025: The Ideal Facilitation Space with Leanne Hughes

The word facilitation comes from the Latin root “facilitis” which means: something that is done easily.

In today’s day and age where there are more online meetings, workshops, trainings, and webinars, it’s vital to have someone in the room to create engagement and ensure a smooth flow of the program to ensure a great outcome is achieved. 

In this episode, Leanne Hughes – expert facilitator, podcast host, and speaker, shares with us her expertise on what it takes to be an effective facilitator, how to manage expectations when facilitating, and her biggest mistakes and lessons learned.

Improving your own facilitation skills and knowing when to bring in an expert facilitator is an essential investment for participant experience and engagement, and ultimately your company’s growth.

Time Stamps:

  • What is facilitation? (5:10)
  • Creating psychological safety (7:20)
  • Managing expectations when facilitating (9:28)
  • Feedback forms (21:06)
  • Leanne’s biggest mistakes and learnings as a facilitator (22:25)
  • Self-care for facilitators (25:10)

Resources Mentioned

Quotes:

  • “The event has begun before it has actually begun.” – Priya Parker
  • “That which you can plan is too small for you to live.” – David Whyte

Connect With Lisa Evans
Your Host Lisa Evans is one of Australia’s leading Executive Public Speaking Coaches and Corporate Storytelling Trainers. If you would like help with training your team in soft skills, public speaking and business storytelling, get in touch with Lisa. Lisa offers a complimentary 30-minute strategy session to find out if you are a good fit to work together.
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About Leanne Hughes

Chief Engagement Officer, trusted advisor, and virtual facilitator, Leanne Hughes is on a mission to stamp out boring workshops around the world. She helps clients maximise their potential by creating influential and contagious experiences. 

She has facilitated and led workshops across the globe under several industries including mining, tourism, and vocational education and training. She is also the 2019 Breakout Speaker at the Gallup #CliftonStrengths Summit in Omaha, Nebraska, the 2018 Australian finalist for Learning Professional of the Year, and host of the First Time Facilitator podcast.