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Lead the Way is a Kindred at Home podcast designed to help you be a better leader no matter where you are in your career. We truly believe that everyone is a leader, whether you are an individual contributor leading yourself well or leading thousands of people in a business segment. Join us weekly to receive practical tips to help you grow in your career, and meet your life goals, both personally and professionally.
 
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It's not too often that you'll run across a humor section in a leadership book. It's an understated integral tool to be used in your personal and professional life. There is a balance though. Use it well and you'll have an easier path in your journey. Use it too much and you'll be labeled a joker who doesn't take responsibilities seriously. Don't u…
 
Thinking strategically is critically important for you as a leader of others and as you lead yourself in a positive direction in your career and in your life. Today, we cover three areas of strategic thinking:1. Strategic thinking with People2. Strategic thinking with Business3. Strategic thinking with Yourself…
 
One of the guarantees in your work life is that you are going to be a part of new teams as you go on your career journey. Whether you are jumping on a team as a leader or a follower, it’s important to begin building that trust with them as early as possible.Today, we cover tips on how to build trust with a new team as both a leader and follower.…
 
Life is full of conflict and changes whether we like it or not. Look no further than the last two years across the world to see how change and conflict have impacted each of us in a personal way. While we generally don't like conflict on a personal level you are guaranteed to encounter it as you continue to grow in your leadership. Today, Zack cove…
 
There are few things in life that are permanent. You can even bad tattoo you may have gotten in college can be removed! People sometimes believe that you can't shake a bad reputation. Instead of trying to climb out of the situation, they embrace it because they really don't see another option. If you'd like to turn your reputation around or know so…
 
We all want to be heard, valued and appreciated. Part of being heard and valued is actually letting other people fulfill that want and need. In order to effectively work with patients, co-workers and even friends and family, you’ll need to leverage active listening skills in order to receive the whole message accurately and build trust with others.…
 
It's often said that a leader's main job is to be a problem solver. You're hired to fix problems that pop up in your business. While it's a little bit more complex than that, you would do well to equip your teams to be great problem-solvers themselves. Today we walk through strategies to help your team raise their problem-solving skills.…
 
With all the change that happens in our personal and professional lives, it's easy to forget the way that things were before. We talk about the importance of remembering what got you where you are and some tips to help you reflect on the wonderful progress that you make over time.저자 Kindred at Home
 
It's our one-year anniversary! Today we going to dive into ecology; the study of the environment and how all elements are connected. We break down how an understanding of ecology can positively impact our clinical care and quality of leadership with those that we influence.저자 Kindred at Home
 
A good vision is important for any group as they do their work. The vision guides us in our direction and heavily influences what we pursue, prioritize and even how we do our work. As good as an amazing vision can be, there can bit of tension for our leaders in the middle. They likely weren’t in the room as the vision was crafted, yet they are resp…
 
We can all be a bit too hard on ourselves at times. Today we talk about the power of positive self-talk and how it can keep you in positive perspective when things don't go your way and during tough times. We cover;*Types of negative self-talk*Types of positive self-talk*Tips to help you get started*The benefits of positive self-talk…
 
We wrap up our four-part series around situational leadership! To be the best leader you should lead each member of your team differently depending on their needs and capabilities. This follower-led style of leadership is often considered the crowning moment in personal leadership. We'll uncover:* What Delegation is* Why it is important in your lea…
 
It's part three of our four-part series around situational leadership! To be the best leader you should lead each member of your team differently depending on their needs and capabilities. Our style of leadership changes today from a leader-focused style to a follower-focused leadership style. We'll uncover:* What Supporting is* Why it is important…
 
Today is part 2 of our four-part series around situational leadership! To be the best leader you should lead each member of your team differently depending on their needs and capabilities. Today is all about Coaching. It's a stage that many love and sometimes find themselves stuck here for a number of reasons. We'll uncover:* What Coaching is* Why …
 
Today begins a four-part series around situational leadership! To be the best leader you should lead each member of your team differently depending on their needs and capabilities. Our first look is Directing, which is the most basic level of leadership. We'll uncover:* What Directing is* Why it is important in your leadership toolbox* Cautions aro…
 
Knowing your limits is important part of being your most effective and keeping a healthy balance in what you do. Today we talk about how your personality can work against you and push you past your limits. You'll hear practical tips to understand the signs that you are pushing your limits so you can avoid overextending yourself in the future.…
 
Part of a healthy well-being and balance in your personal and professional life venters around your ability to decompress and unplug from the stressors in your life. Today we talk about the need to disconnect form the always on culture and give you some tips on how to do just that.저자 Kindred at Home
 
How you lead and support your peers is an important aspect of your leadership walk. You may be their leader one day, or they may be yours and you want to have a great working relationship that can withstand a dynamic change. More importantly, leading your peers well fits perfectly in our Values and how we are called to lead ourselves and others at …
 
After a year of dealing with a pandemic, employees across multiple industries are tired and burned out. COVID fatigue is real and can impact us mentally, emotionally and even physically. Despite all the changes and stressors that are occurring, our calling as leaders remains steadfast; to support our team members. Part of supporting our team includ…
 
Serving our patients is a very rewarding and fulfilling aspect of our role here at Kindred at Home; in fact, it’s one of the leading reasons why associates choose to be with us. The joy and purpose of your role can also bring along stress and burnout as you balance your workload, scheduling, reporting, deadlines, and everything that is going on in …
 
For nearly a year, Kindred at Home has been providing a servant leadership series for all of our people leaders across the organization. One of the illustrations that particularly struck a chord with people is one that you have heard if you have ever flown on a plane before. During the safety instructions, you’ll hear the flight attendant say somet…
 
Have you ever had one of those moments in your life where you felt like you were wearing rain covered glasses? You can see, sort of, but you don't really know where you are going or what you are doing. Clarity in work and in life is important to be successful, but sometimes it feels just out of reach. It's difficult to make meaningful decisions whe…
 
Leading those more tenured than yourself can be a challenging topic to master. The age difference can be intimidating in both subtle and obvious ways as you try to rally a team towards your goals. The good news is that it is only temporary. You are eventually going to be old and someone younger than you will be your boss!Here are some tips that we …
 
Vulnerability is often defined as, “uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure.” Vulnerability can be viewed incorrectly as a weakness, and the very thought of a leader showing their flaws, imperfections, struggles, and challenges, is a turn-off. Today we'll help you understand the workplace armor that you put on, as well as steps you can take to be…
 
Feedback is an essential part of your personal and professional growth. As much as we need it, sometimes it’s hard to take or it’s just not wanted. Feedback is truly a gift that is given to us by others in order for us to improve in our job, provide a better level of care to others and to be better leaders in our personal and professional lives. To…
 
We want to give our associates all the tools and resources to be wildly successful in their roles at Kindred at Home. We also recognize that the relationship is equal, each side needs to be proactive in order for us to reach our fullest potential. Today we cover some tips to grow your personal development including:- Mentoring- Advocate for your de…
 
If 2020 showed us anything, it's that things don't always go as planned. Today we look at ways to bounce back and recover when a plan falls apart or things didn't work out like you thought that they would. We give tips including:- Keep yourself and the team focused on the positive- Overshare the larger vision and remember the why- Celebrate wins an…
 
Your words truly matter both in your work and your home life. Today, we dive into two specific areas to think of when you share with others. Times you say something when you shouldn't and other times when you should speak up and don't. Encourage and lift up others around them as you add value through your words.…
 
Today we wrap up our EQ Series with the pinnacle of EQ - Relationship Management. We help give you an understanding on relationship management and share high and low examples of this part of EQ. Tips we cover include:•Back your decision up•Be proactive with the inevitable•Build trust•Acknowledge where the person is…
 
Social awareness is all about navigating social settings with ease and impact. Today we learn about social awareness, high and low examples of it in the real world and several tips to help you grow your social awareness. •Watch for the non-verbals•Work on your listening skills•Feel the mood•Be fully in the moment.…
 
A lack of self-management can get the best of us in tough situations. Today we learn about self-management, high and low examples of it in the real world and several tips to help you grow your self-management. •Find someone not invested in the problem•Find a skilled mentor or advisor•Add some space•Learn from everyone you meet…
 
Self-Awareness is the foundation of Emotional Intelligence. Today we learn about self-awareness, high and low examples of it in the real world and several tips to help you grow your self-awareness. •Quit treating your emotions as good or bad•Don't let your mood fool you•Know and understand your triggers•Watch yourself…
 
Today we kick off our series on Emotional Intelligence! We'll spend the next 5 weeks talking through one of the the most requested leadership topics from KAH leaders and associates. We cover:What is EQ?What's the difference in EQ and IQ?The Impact of EQThe four pillars of EQ저자 Kindred at Home
 
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