The Fastleader podcast is here. Whether you’re a new frontline leader trying to survive their first few weeks, or an established middle manager looking to polish their personal leadership style, the Fastleader podcast will help you take that critical next step up the ladder.
With a focus on practical analysis, tips and actionable ideas, each week the Fastleader podcast examines one of fourteen core leadership challenges.
Team challenges like managing conflict; focusing a team; setting performance expectations; delegating; coaching and developing others; setting priorities; and communicating effectively.
Boss battles like managing up; understanding your leadership brand; and communicating effectively.
And there’s advice for dealing with peers: leading change; influencing with authority; understanding your leadership brand; and engaging and motivating others.
Created by Fastlead, AsiaPac’s pioneer of small group leadership coaching. Hosted by Darin Fox, Chief Research Officer (LinkedIn).
For more leadership advice, webinars and an interactive analysis of your leadership skills, visit Fastlead.com
Managers must confront a lot of uncertainty: new competitors, disruption, changes in leadership and shifts in strategy. But you can't let uncertainty slow you down, or distract you from important goals. How do you set priorities in an uncertain and ambiguous time?
How can I create a sense of purpose and galavanise my team around it? In this podcast, we ask for practical tips and advice to create a strong purpose for your team, and then to also ensure that your purpose doesn't become another empty corporate slogan.
What are the seven motivators that drive each person in your team? How are they affected by a crisis, and and how you can support each team members' individual style.
Practical, helpful and, above all, relevant advice for all front line leaders, who want to be the best leader they can for their team. Hosted by Darin Fox, Fastlead coach.
Every single day now, leaders face situations they've never faced before. But don’t panic, there are techniques you can use to prepare for even the most surprising events.