We Are Human Leaders
Welcome to We Are Human Leaders - big conversations around human-centred leadership at work and beyond. This is a story about you, as a Human, and a Leader. It doesn’t matter your industry, your geography, the products you sell or the services that you offer. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a corporation, or a small business, it doesn’t matter your profit margins or your official job title. Our common denominator is the same, we are humans first and leaders second. This is a call to everyone who prioritizes learning and growth to truly put Humans first in business. Human Leaders is a movement of leaders changing how we work to ensure business and humans can thrive through work. Human Leaders create workplaces where every single person feels seen, their contributions valued and their voice heard. We’re mobilizing the global leadership community to reimagine what work looks like and we’re glad you’re on this journey with us.
Quietly Powerful Leadership with Megumi Miki
June 29, 2022 • 39 MIN
Welcome to the We are Human Leaders podcast. In this episode we are talking to Megumi Miki about the superpowers we have which lie beyond the traditional lens of leadership and how as leaders we can step into our power and own our voice, through the framework of Quietly Powerful Leadership. Megumi is an author, speaker and consultant in leadership, culture and diversity and inclusion, with a background in strategy, economics and finance. Megumi challenges the status quo in leadership to unlock the hidden talent and collective potential. She is the author of Start inspiring, stop driving: Unlock your team's potential to outperform and grow and Quietly Powerful: How your quiet nature is your hidden leadership strength, which received the Australian Career Book Award for 2020 and Best Leadership Book of 2020. This episode is a real invitation to tap into the power of our unique authenticity as leaders at work and beyond. Welcome, and enjoy.
Mastering your Triggers for Effective Communication with Louise Evans
June 29, 2022 • 47 MIN
Welcome to the We are Human Leaders podcast. In this episode we're talking to a global leader in servant leadership and non-violent communication, Louise Evans. Louise Evans is Founder and Director of The 5 Chairs project, a Behavioural Coach, Corporate Trainer and Facilitator, Speaker, and Author of 5 Chairs 5 Choices. Her TEDtalk has garnered over 4.5 million views, and for good reason. Her powerful framework for non-violent communication - the 5 Chairs - uplevels our self-awareness to transform how we communicate at workplaces, schools and homes around the world. This conversation is peppered with practical tips and relatable stories - welcome in.
Meeting your Ego to Unlock Co-Creation & Collaboration with Eitan Sharir - PART ONE
June 29, 2022 • 25 MIN
Welcome to the We are Human Leaders podcast. Today is the first part of our conversation with Eitan Sharir of Dynamic Achievement on Ego and the role it plays in Leadership. This episode is candid, enlightening and uncomfortable, all in one! Welcome in, and enjoy.
Meeting your Ego to Unlock Co-Creation & Collaboration with Eitan Sharir - PART TWO
June 29, 2022 • 32 MIN
Welcome to the We are Human Leaders podcast. Join us today for the second half of Alexis’ conversation with Eitan Sharir on understanding our ego to create true co-creation in our workplaces. In this episode Alexis finds out more about how we begin to imbue Co-Creation into our organisational culture’s through becoming a truly aligned and ego-less Leader. If you haven’t listened to part one yet, we really encourage you to go back and give it a listen so you get the most out of this often uncomfortable confrontation with ego and our ego-driven behaviours.
The Power of Peer Support in tackling Mental Health with Dr Tahnee Bridson
June 29, 2022 • 45 MIN
Welcome to the We are Human Leaders podcast. In this episode we’re taking a very raw and candid deep dive in this conversation with Dr Tahnee Bridson around mental health and the power of peer support in the workplace. Content warning: this episode contains sensitive topics such as suicide, mental illness, eating disorders, and other personal struggles which may be triggering and distressing for some listeners.