In today’s episode, Kevin Wilde shares hard-earned wisdom every aspiring leader needs to hear.
Kevin is the author of the book Coachability: The Leadership Superpower and in this conversation, he talks about the differentiating factor in leadership and what coachable leaders do more often than their peers.
Get ready to dive deeper into the power of leadership coachability, the benefits of acting on feedback, and how to recognize your blind spots before they derail your career.
Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 114, where Laura talks about how the concept of the unreliable narrator comes into the lives of high-achieving leaders, then go back and check it out!
In this episode, we cover:
-Establishing intentional relationships in this new remote-work era.
-The 4 things highly coachable leaders do.
-Asking for and receiving feedback.
-The relationship between confidence and coachability.
-Kevin’s 3-step formula to overcome imposter syndrome.
-The different kinds of networks.
Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Visit Kevin’s website at www.thecoachableleader.com and connect with him on LinkedIn.
-Read his book – Coachability: The Leadership Superpower and take the self-assessment: Coachability Practices Review.
-Values First is now available on Audible and Itunes, so be sure to take a listen!
-Join the Catch Crew and get access to team-building tools as well as Values First – the course.
-Subscribe to the podcast’s YouTube channel here.
-Fill out an application and get on the waitlist for the next cohort of the You Belong in the C-Suite Group Coaching Program at www.thecatchgroup.com/groupcoaching
-Laura’s first book – Values First. How Knowing Your Core Beliefs Can Get You the Life and Career You Want – is now available! Grab your copy today!
-Want to work with Laura? Check out her programs and coaching services.
-Find your Free Values Worksheet HERE and take action on what matters most today!
More about Kevin Wilde:
Kevin Wilde has been on a mission to dive deeper into the science and practical application of leadership coachability. He has spent a career helping leaders grow to be their best:
– Thirty-four year corporate career, including Chief Learning Officer, General Mills and Global Leadership Development, General Electric.
– Executive Leadership Fellow, Univ. of Minnesota, teaching Executive MBA leadership courses and researching career derailment and leadership coachability.
– Business advisor in the talent development field, including the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) and GP Strategies/Learning Technology Group (LTG) Awards include Chief Learning Officer of the Year, 2007, #1 Leadership Excellence Magazine, #1 Global Learning Elite CLO Magazine.