Courageous Conversations around leadership and loneliness

I loved being a leader until this happened!

If I told you that I have a track record of leading change with over 20 years + experience in leadership managing a £15-million budget in the public sector. Would you believe me? Would you think ‘do I care?’ or ‘so what’?

Yeah you are right, ‘so what’?

Well this is the ‘so what’! Being at the top can be a lonely job. You have fewer people to turn to when things get tough. You don’t know who to trust.

Behind my successful leadership journey, I felt lonely and this was tough.

On this episode of the Leading The Coaching Change, you’ll hear:

* How to identify the fears that are holding you back

* Nine strategies to overcome those fears (so there is hope)

* How listening to some TED Talks could help you feel differently (we all learn differently)

* The latest apps to give you that headspace

  • “As Sheryl Sandberg pointed out, she said the best way to gain confidence is to do what you’re afraid to do.”
  • “What people think of you is really none of your business”
  • “Everything happens for a good reason”

Thanks for joining me on today’s episode. If you’ve enjoyed it, please head over to iTunes and leave a review so that new listeners can find Leading the Coaching Change in the charts. As always, if you need my help, you can always visit nadinepowrie.com – See you in our next episode.

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