BEST OF 2018: Blocked Perspective

Listen in and learn how I found out that one member of my team wasn’t comfortable giving me direct feedback! If we hadn’t uncovered that and then worked to resolve it, it could have held us back. Check it out…

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Beth Wonson
BEST OF 2018: Why You Aren't That Awesome at Strategic Thinking

Do you wonder why you aren’t awesome at strategic thinking? It’s pretty simple: The best strategic thinking happens when a group comes together who can negotiate, speak their truth, not take things personally, and leave a meeting speaking with one voice. These four factors shape the space for powerful strategic thinking. Watch this video to discover what my client learned about how to practice these skills.

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It’s Not About How It Feels - Part 2 of 3 - Facilitating Change

This second part of the Facilitating Change series is about not measuring the progress of change based on how it feels. Why not? Because on some days, change feels like a breath of fresh air, and some days it feels as disorienting as being caught in a giant, crashing wave.

So how do you measure progress in meaningful ways? Listen in to find out.

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Speaking Your Truth - Part 1 of 4 - Defining Leadership

In the spirit of ending summer and welcoming fall, Beth breaks down for us her definition of leadership. This 4-part Bit of Beth series delves into the practices, behaviors, and attitudes that bring “Speaking your truth with empathy and compassion, self-awareness, and a focus on the greater good” to life. You can apply the teachings in your personal life, work, or community for self-leadership or the leadership of others. Listen in for Part 1, Speaking Your Truth...

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Who Is Distracting You?

Light bulb moment! A client – who was constantly complaining that she didn’t get certain tasks done because her supervisor was continually distracting her – had an empowering realization. Listen in to hear more…

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Leveling Up

Beth is preparing for an introductory call with one of the most recognizable companies in the world. In this Bit of Beth, she shares how she gets herself ready to show up!

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The 4 Stages of Group Change

Have you heard yourself saying, “This will never work” or “I told you so”? Well, chances are you are in one of the four Stages of Group Change. In this Bit of Beth, I walk you through the 4 stages so you can recognize where you are and know it doesn’t have to be permanent. In fact, you can actually choose to move forward.

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Do You Hear Crickets?

You know the sound – the sound of silence when you ask your team for suggestions, feedback, ideas, or to share their perspective. Why does it happen? Well, I have some thoughts on the topic. Listen in as I share them here…

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Beth Wonson
Blocked Perspective

Listen in and learn how I found out that one member of my team wasn’t comfortable giving me direct feedback! If we hadn’t uncovered that and then worked to resolve it, it could have held us back. Check it out…

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Beth Wonson
Don’t Take the Bait

We all have that one person who can trigger a reaction in us – every time. One of my clients shared a story with me about the one person on her team who always gets to her…

She reacts in ways that remind her of when she and her 13-year-old brother were riding in the back seat of the car and he kept trying to get her to react. Pretty soon, she is behaving like a person she doesn’t want to be. Listen in to hear what she learned!

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Beth Wonson
What’s With Your Circle of Influence?

Stephen Covey’s Circle of Influence is a tool that helps us separate what is and what isn’t our business. Once you are aware of this tool, you can avoid the drama and conflict that comes about when you focus on things that just aren’t yours to manage. How cool is that?

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Beth Wonson
Grace Is in the Space

In this episode, Beth shares why the mantra “Grace is in the space” is a key component for living a life of less drama and chaos. Listen to how she and her clients simply and easily incorporate this concept into their lives and work!

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Beth Wonson