Kate Russell is the Director and Owner of Adelaide Conflict Management trading as The Conflict Coach and the author of Leaders Who Lead.
Kate is an accredited mediator (Resolution Institute) and trained conflict management coach (CINERGY ™) with over thirty years’ experience working with people dealing with conflict.
Kate has also worked as a consultant, facilitator, trainer, and ran her own production company (The Factory) in the last eighteen years.
She has just published her book Leaders who lead. For leaders who love their teams. This book is a practical handbook for leaders who find themselves in leadership roles and want apply a positive approach to their leadership.
Since becoming an accredited mediator in 2006, Kate has conducted numerous workplace mediations; assisted a variety of organisations to improve workplace culture and manage conflict more effectively and created and run team building days to help teams work better together.
Kate is passionate about building up teams, ensuring everyone gets a voice and is noticed and that teams find time to strengthen their interpersonal relationships. She enjoys using her creative problem solving skills to determine the best way to help organisations and teams to be more productive, effective and reduce staff turnover.
Kate has a great sense of fun, is sensitive to the needs of the group, likes to think outside the square and most importantly, is a great listener. Kate’s website https://theconflictcoach.com.au/. Kate’s book recommendation: Radical Candor. https://www.booktopia.com.au/radical-candor-kim-scott/book/9781509845385.html
In this podcast I am thrilled to share my chat with my mindfulness mentor, Stephen Archer. Stephen is the Director and Lead Trainer and Supervisor for Mindfulness Works for Organisations.
To find out more about Stephen you can visit his website at https://mindfulness-training.co.nz/.
Find out more about Mindfulness Works at https://mindfulnessworksaustralia.com.au/an-introduction-to-mindfulness-and-meditation-adelaide/#1558669035498-b23dc5b1-435e.
And find out more about Te Moata and Stephen's retreats at http://temoata.org/te-moata/.
Last year I sat down with my guest Dina Pozzo at Albert Park in Melbourne.
If you would like to know more you can find Dina at http://insium.com.au/ or Email at email@example.com
If you would like to understand your strengths better you can take the free Character Strengths Survey at https://www.viacharacter.org/
In this podcast I chat with Scott Crabtree, Chief Happiness officer at Happy Brain Science. To find out more about Happy Brain Science and for the links to what Scott references go to; Website: Happy Brain science go to http://www.happybrainscience.com. TED Talk: Kelly McGonigal, Make stress your friend go here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcGyVTAoXEU. Book: Sonja Lyubomirsky, The how of happiness - https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-how-of-happiness-sonja-lyubomirsky/prod9780143114956.html. Happiness Game: https://www.happybrainscience.com/product/choose-happiness-at-work/. Scott's reading list: https://www.happybrainscience.com/recommended-reading/#All
In this episode of The Work Well, Live Well Podcast, I talk to Rachael Robertson. The second woman to lead an expedition in Antarctica. Her book Leading on the Edge is a must read and you can find out more about her
It's all about the Bacon - http://www.rachaelrobertson.com/toolbox-talk/2015/6/16/its-all-about-the-bacon
No Triangles - http://www.rachaelrobertson.com/toolbox-talk/2014/10/28/got-dysfunction-build-teamwork-thru-no-triangles
Jane Dutton is the Co-founder of the Centre for Positive Organisations at the University of Michigan. Jane's research and teaching focus on how to foster human flourishing at work. She sees a critical connection between understanding theories of flourishing at work and the importance of building and changing work organizations for the better.
You can find out more at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan https://michiganross.umich.edu . There you will also find the books referred to in this podcast. They can also be found at Booktopia and other reputable bookstores.