Season 11 - Ep 127: 4 Pillars of Sturdy Change: How Leaders Move Forward When We Don't have all the Answers YetApr 25, 2022
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“The only thing constant is change.”
You’ve definitely heard that one before, right?
This naturally begs the question: If change is so constant, how the heck are we keeping up with it all?
Or better yet, how are we?
We are being asked to do more or do differently, especially over the last two years. All the while, it’s happening at a time when we have less space to pause and catch our collective breath as we make decisions and navigate our way through.
In this episode, Karlee launches a season dedicated to helping you navigate change in a way that allows you to do it with boundless courage and more grace. She shares why change needs to be modeled around the whole microbiome of who we are, rather than simply by addressing individual parts.
You’ll learn how to summon up courage from the heart, and how to tap into your truth to find clarity in the moment. You’ll learn about the head so you can understand the psychology behind graceful transitions. You’ll uncover the body’s physical signs, leading you to a better understanding of how you really feel. And, you’ll discover a vision for moving forward and how to know what makes sense next.
The changes we’re navigating are new territory for all of us. We don’t have to fight-or-flight our way through it.
There’s a better way.
If you’re ready to leap boldly into change, even if other people disagree, but you know it’s what you need, then this episode is for you.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode:
What to expect from our new format and why we’re doing it (5:17)
How you can be a part of the show (10:17)
Addressing ourselves in our wholeness (14:02)
The 4 pillars of navigating change (15:55)
One question that will help you understand your relationship to change (22:58)
People Mentioned in this Episode:
Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
Article: Grant, A. (2021, December 3). Feeling Blah During the Pandemic? It’s Called Languishing. The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/19/well/mind/covid-mental-health-languishing.html
Article: Pruitt, J. (2021, January 5). 5 TED Talks That Prove Change Doesn’t Have to Be Hard. Inc.Com. https://www.inc.com/jeff-pruitt/5-ted-talks-to-get-your-team-excited-about-transformation.html
Article: Leaders Don’t Have to Choose Between Compassion and Performance. (2022, February 16). Harvard Business Review. https://hbr.org/2022/02/leaders-dont-have-to-choose-between-compassion-and-performance?cx_testId=6&cx_testVariant=cx_1&cx_artPos=2&cx_experienceId=EXK3YX95ALS3&ab=piano_rightrail_recs#cxrecs_s
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