This episode offers you military-grade assistance to help refresh your leadership skills in this time of COVID-19 chaos.
Former Marine Corp Officer and Founder of Leadstar, Angie Morgan, and I talk about life under Michigan’s Lockdown.
Angie’s usually heavy travel schedule, filled with speaking at events and working with clients across the country, has come to a grinding halt. She has two school-age boys at home and is shifting her business to working from home.
The Rogers’ household is no longer an empty nest. My daughter Lucy, 19, is home from college taking her classes on-line and my self-employed husband Carl is working from our dining room table. I am used to working from my home studio within an EMPTY house, EVERY DAY. Neither my daughter or husband would choose this.
What you’ll hear:
- accidental leaders
- bosses vs. leaders
- how you show up – increase your capacity to lead
- who needs you most
- making yourself available and reaching out
- reframing the story
- control the controllable
- why you should wear your jeans one day each week
- don’t apologize for circumstances you did not create
- making the most of unscheduled time – creating structure
- when you fail as a leader
- should a leader show their own fears
- “what if ” scenarios
- finding the opportunities
- snacking strategy
Today’s guest is Angie Morgan, 46, the New York Times best-selling author of SPARK: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success and Leading from the Front.
She is the founder of LeadStar, her work has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and SUCCESS. She’s been a dynamic guest on CNBC, FOX News, and CNN. Angie also served as the Director of the Center for Creative Leadership’s Partner Network.
Access free resources for your leadership development with SPARK, a program of LeadStar.