Psychologically Safe Teams: How to Individualize Your Approach and Lead Through Strengths
Alice Ko, Director of Marketing Communications at Procurify
In episode #43, Alice Ko, Director of Marketing Communications at Procurify, walks us through creating psychologically safe teams and shares tips on how you can individualize your approach to management.
The Adventure of Leadership: Lessons Learned from Uncertainty and Discomfort
Jonathan Ronzio, CMO and Co-founder at Trainual
In episode #37, Jonathan Ronzio explains how his outdoor adventures have influenced his leadership style – as well as the decisions he makes when it comes to storytelling and marketing. We touch on topics like trust, communication, and determination – and why these things don’t just help you to survive outdoor adventures, but leadership and entrepreneurship too!
How Experimentation and Testing Apply to Management, Not Just Marketing
Shane Murphy-Reuter, SVP of Marketing at Intercom
In episode #16, Shane Murphy-Reuter explores the important qualities and behaviours that make a successful leader and as a result, a successful team. Listen as we talk to Shane about moving to remote work during the COVID-19 crisis, how to balance work and play with your team, and the importance of consistency when leading and managing.
Kirstine Stewart, Head of Shaping the Future of Media at the World Economic Forum
In episode #14, Kirstine Stewart explains what it means to have a leadership mindset (even if you’re not a manager) and why female representation in leadership roles is so important for all modern companies and corporations.
Tara Robertson, Head of Customer Marketing at Sprout Social
In episode #5, Tara Robertson (Head of Customer Marketing at Sprout Social) talks about the power of focusing on your team’s strengths. She also shares some great insights on how to overcome imposter syndrome, find mentors, and deal with the challenges of managing a remote team.
In episode #2, Sara Varni (CMO of Twilio) talks about the importance of understanding your team’s motivations, setting clear expectations around KPIs, and empowering people to develop professionally within your organization.