Welcome to StepUp Leadership’s podcast series, “Five-minute Epiphanies to Mine the Mess for Success: Tips, Snippets and Stories” aimed to help you be more successful in the mess.
I am Kate Roeske-Zummer Chief Inspiration Officer and Founder of StepUp Leadership.
StepUp Leadership is committed to helping organizations bring more humanity into their workplaces. We are all so busy and we have so much to do that we begin to see the people we work with as tools to help us with our objectives or worse as obstacles that get in our way. At StepUp, we want to give people real tools and skills that will help them communicate more effectively, both when things are working and, when things are not working. Innuendo, assumptions, even sarcasm can make working with each other complicated. We’ll never get rid of how messy it is working with real human beings. But by learning skills such as listening, asking questions, providing positive feedback or having the tough conversation we can actually create an atmosphere and a culture that allows for more humanity.
In our weekly podcast series, we will bring you topics that will help you think differently about situations you may find yourself in. For example, conflict is not what you think it is or you’re training the people around you how to treat you all the time, just to name a few. In each of our weekly podcasts, we give you real tools and suggestions that you can try in order to bring real change about. These podcasts will be brought to you by myself, Jeff Jacobson our Chief Training Officer and master story teller and, Deb Cohen our Chief Instigator and master of all things people so you can learn from each of us hopefully both helpful and entertaining in the process.
So, join us for our weekly podcasts five-minute epiphanies to mine the mess for success: tips, snippets and stories. Next week we will talk about how you are training people how to treat you all the time and check us out at https://www.stepupleadership.com for more information