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Leadership is not about position or title, but how you lead yourself and others every day. The decisions and choices we make ultimately start with your own leadership skills. Development follows the process of self-leadership. Only when we hone those self-leadership skills can we better understand what it takes to lead others. One of the best ways to learn leadership qualities is by following the examples demonstrated by others who have already faced challenges before us. My hope is that the ...
 
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As long as you turn up and work hard, life is going to be ok! "If your goal doesn't completely drown you, it's probably not big enough and definitely like mine completely floors me in the fact that what I'm trying to do is move the market and change what the future should look like... ” - Chenelle Ansah (Want to read a full written for reading tran…
 
You need to understand your pillars before you can build your personal brand... "I'm no longer going to prioritise other people's needs, want and desires over mine. I'm no longer going to allow people's voices to be heard when they're speaking their rubbish and crap about feeling attacked and me silence mine when that wasn't the case. ” - Tru Powel…
 
You have to say yes to yourself before you say to yes to others... "Like, self love, self leadership, self observation, self value, self empowerment and it might sound like a lot of self, it kind of is, but it's really... I promise you, that is really not the ego. Well, the ego is involved in some ways. But I don't mean it in the sense of, like, be…
 
The core fundamental that threads through Rani everyday... love. " ... you're the daughter of the owner of this company. You don't even have to work. What is your problem? I said, oh my goodness, look at how the world is. The world is already putting these notions on me that I'm supposed to be entitled. I'm supposed to piggyback off of somebody els…
 
We've decided to turn the tables a bit... "I felt God saying to me, this is not it. Like, this is not what you been called in to do. What is that skill set that you've had? What is the thing that you do that others find difficult? What do you find easy? What is that thing? And for me, it was coaching..” - Sope Agbelusi (Want to read a full written …
 
Leading the change within church "I was excited by how can I lead, but not in the church space? It felt limiting. It felt like it was repetitive. I was kind of interested and excited by the world, which in my tradition was painted as quite a dangerous place. But I found it quite exciting.” - Dr Selina Stone (Want to read a full written for reading …
 
Leading the change when it comes to racism in sport "If someone's doing it, I'm the first to go, they're doing it. Support what they're doing. But there was a space that was completely empty and open. I just thought, it feels like a good idea and it feels like we should be doing something.” - Leon Mann (Want to read a full written for reading trans…
 
Our society still has much to achieve when it comes to eradicating institutional racism... "You have to be professional to be able to do a good job for your clients. It's no good to my client if I am unable to do a good job because I'm so vexed, I've taken my off the ball. That's not to say I, I can't be vexed.” - Terence Channer. (Want to read a f…
 
Leading with love and light "My purpose, as I understand it, is to spread love and light"” - Aggie Mutuma. (Want to read a full written for reading transcript version of this episode? Download it here.) Who is Aggie Mutuma? Aggie is the CEO and lead consulting director of Mahogany Inclusion Partners Aggie is a passionate Inclusion and Anti-Racism e…
 
Are you 'unemployable' like Daniella Genas? "And my dad in particular was always of this kind of idea that you should create your own ways of generating revenues that are not reliant on having a boss." (Want to read a full written for reading transcript version of this episode? Download it here.) Who is Daniella Genas BA, MA, MBA? Daniella Genas is…
 
Are you doing what you're called to do? "My grandmother told me, this is my father's mother. If you have a talent and you're not using it, it's a sin. She went to a small country church, so that set the bar really high." (Want to read a full written for reading transcript version of this episode? Download it here.) Who is Dr Grant Tate? Trusted adv…
 
What do you prioritise? "Sometimes how we phrase or the language we use can really throw us off when it comes to what it means to prioritise..." (Want to read a full written for reading transcript version of this episode? Download it here.) Who is Ayo? Ayokunu Oduniyi is the founder of 4:12 Men. Its vision is to see men gather and grow together as …
 
Are you being yourself? "A lot of times, even when I was in the corporate world, we'd get people reaching out about opportunities, but they didn't necessarily know how to build personal connections or relationships... ...We know how to connect with people based on what's interesting to them, not just, what's interesting to us..." (Want to read a fu…
 
Success takes time "The delays and the waiting was super important for me. Because it gave me the right time. I needed to get myself ready for the blessings and the opportunities that were gonna come my way..." (Want to read a full written for reading transcript version of this episode? Download it here.) Successful relationships take time. It's no…
 
Hi, this is Sope Agbelusi. I'm returning from my summer break ready to tackle my favourite topic - leadership. New episodes of Everyday Leadership will be in your podcast playlist every Tuesday. Here's a quick preview of what's to come. Please do make sure you're following the podcast in your favourite podcast app (we like Apple Podcasts!) to make …
 
“If you’re not modelling the right behaviour, why do you think your team is going to listen to you” Can you walk the talk? Do you lead by example? Are you able to look back on your actions and share your insights with your team? You may think its risky to take a break, a time to step back to not only recharge but reinvent yourself. It’s important t…
 
“When there is contradictory results that’s where the interesting part begins….so when its complicated or difficult, it just means we haven’t understood some moderating factors yet, and that’s where we find more when we lean into it” Growth comes from complexity, change and uncomfortableness; whether it's your personal life or your business. It’s e…
 
“I pause, take a step back and ask myself…Is this the right decision for the company or do I just want to win this argument?” Are you able to take a step back, check yourself and respond accordingly? Can you constantly do this when in business to ensure your ego isn’t taking the reigns? There are many challenges in business, and recognising the rol…
 
“You have to learn to use basketball and not let basketball use you” This is a mantra that Chris Anderson shares with his coachees, and himself. It is not unique to basketball but can be pulled out and applied to situations we may find ourselves in. Understanding why you are there, why are you putting the work in here but not there, and what are yo…
 
Tony Langham is the Executive Chair and co-founder of Lansons, a reputation management and public relations firm based in London and New York. We discuss the importance of approaching reputation management as the way people perceive each other and companies. With an increased focus on ESG, Tony explains how companies need to change their behaviour …
 
Tara Rule is the Senior Director of Commercial Strategy Go to Market and Operations at Adobe, responsible for looking at how Adobe make smart commercial decisions. Tara manages to juggle her full-time role as a director in a fast-paced global business with launching a leadership programme, being a working mum as well as a professional coach. She ta…
 
“We need to take charge of our brain and direct it, its a tool we use in our everyday lives” We know that we cannot survive without our brain, as we cannot without the breath in our lungs. Yet, the majority of us have a skewed understanding of our brain and the power we can all have to recreate the life we want. In this weeks episode, we delve into…
 
"Just one good question…for most of us, the most powerful thing we can do is figure out the right question” As we move through life, we are constantly looking for the answers to life (consciously and subconsciously) through our relationships, careers, ideas, and experiences. But we sometimes forget the power of the question. Sometimes the answer is…
 
“If it’s not challenging, then you’re not really learning either. It’s having those stretch goals, and it is really hard, which is why people stay where they are, because it’s easier. Of course it’s easier. But when you are challenging yourself, its super hard but if you do what you believe in, then it’s all worth it." The comfort zone is a beautif…
 
Dr Mersha Aftab is the co-host director for MA Design Management courses at Birmingham City University. She specialises in design leadership within large organisations, exploring how designers design and lead strategically in business. We discuss how designers have a voice and a platform to give them the agency to lead even though they don't have t…
 
“I’ve been here the whole time. I know who I am, and who I am not. It’s important for my identity, to walk with that knowing, so that people do not put their projections or assumptions on me” Do you know yourself in all moments? Can you see the unwavering version of yourself, regardless of who is looking or talking to you? As the spotlight on menta…
 
“People need time, and space, for just reacting….to be able to think and process, before moving” As spoken about in the last episode, change is inevitable and the one thing that is consistent in all life. Knowing this can help us navigate life, not get too attached and try to stay adaptable. But we don’t really talk about the steps that are needed …
 
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