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For leaders, seekers, and those actively creating community, the Generous Leadership® Podcast explores what it means to abundantly give of yourself and to lead through positivity. Host Tricia Halsey, entrepreneur and founder, and her guests share how they have experienced change and guided others by leading generously. Join us as we come together, connect, and work to shift the narrative of what is at the heart of true leadership.
“Leaders must do the right thing even if it’s hard, really for the sake of others. They just must.”
“It’s okay to make a mistake, just don’t go too slow.”
“When you are so confident that you are loved and liked by your parents, you can pour into other people.”
“It’s in the mess where the magic happens. So how do we have these messy conversations, and talk about what’s going on and create solutions that may not be one-size-fits all anymore.”
“At some level all of us in the positions we’re in have to really wrestle with that painful dark side [of leadership].”
“Discovering who you are and what you are meant to do is a journey, an adventure.”
“You get to transfer all that you’ve become and all that you’ve learned to them, so that their starting line is far further ahead than yours was. That’s a legacy that far outlasts fame and money and success because your leadership lives on in the life of another.”
“True love [is] where you have deep concern for another person and your response is sacrificial.”
“The way you lead flows beyond the walls of your business and into your community.”
“Bring you’re ‘A’ game every single day because you never know who you are going to impact today.”
“We have the responsibility to be shepherding leaders.”
Leadership isn’t about perfection, it’s about being real and being able to humbly learn from one another.
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“Love is what will shift things. Love costs something. Love is not about personal gain. Pure love means I will do the best thing for you even if it means I won’t get anything in return.”
Failure is a part of Generous Leadership®. It’s what enables us to connect and to grow. Join our guest @KristenJordeth, a leader who embraces authentic connection, as she shares her personal experience using the Generous Leadership® Challenge.
The most important element in learning is not the curriculum and content of a subject, but rather the way a teacher coaches and connects with their students to create safe places where students can connect their head and heart to their work.
Sometimes our fears get in the way of our ability to lead generously. But making tough decisions is part of Generous Leadership®. Learn more on this episode with my guest Lori Jones of Avocet Communications.
We are much more likely to grow when we are challenged, and it is during storms that character is forged and paradigms shift. I outline the Generous Leadership® Challenge on my latest podcast episode.
What are the root beliefs that we have that influence how we behave? Harnessing purposeful actions can bring about belief changes that ultimately impact how we lead. I share my thoughts on this episode of the Generous Leadership® podcast.
Becoming a leader people trust is at the very heart of effective leadership. I discuss what it means to empower others and to truly and abundantly give of yourself so that others may be better people who do better work on the premiere episode of the Generous Leadership® podcast.