What is the most important quality for a leader? I would say it's the ability to visualize a system or business and its surroundings. In order to thrive, you need to take action, but what actions do you take?
José mentions three questions that leaders can ask when faced with challenges.
How do you feel about the way you interact with your colleagues and leaders? Do you listen actively hoping to learn something from them or do you preemptively assume you're better and therefore you close off at the first divergence? José shares his ideas on having positive conversations and discussions with others for the better of both parties.
Are you indispensable? Do you stand out from the crowd through your creativity and resolve? Do you challenge routine and expectations others have about you? Are you passionate and driven enough to keep delivering expressions of art? José explores his ideas about becoming a strong force within your team and business.
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José brings the dreaded topic of meetings. How can they be held to a better reputation than they are today? Formal or casual, a meeting requires a goal and a structure, and there are little tips that can turn a dull, unproductive meeting to a valuable experience for the entire team.
José raises discussion about how much communication is too much and how effective it can be through different channels, from tooling to a team's overall strategy for growth and value.
Read Nadim Habib's interview here (Portuguese): https://theworldnews.net/pt-news/trabalhar-ate-as-18h-ou-19h-todos-os-dias-sorry-isso-simplesmente-nao-e-natural
Have you ever wondered why you resonate with stories that others tell you? José shares his insight and experience on storytelling and why it can be an amazing tool to convey a message across an audience.
How to tell a good story — Kristi Hedges: https://www.forbes.com/sites/work-in-progress/2013/12/11/how-to-tell-a-good-story
Giving constructive, meaningful feedback requires a thoughtful approach. Promoting success and lending a hand to improve is often overlooked. This episode, José discusses the sandwich technique for a better feedback experience.
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Welcome to the show! José introduces himself and explains the reasons behind starting the podcast.
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