Learn from industry expert, Dr. Lee Stuart, as he reveals business tips, tactics and tools you can put into action right away.
This new series covers timely topics to help today’s professionals in this new normal, as well as advice on timeless subjects such as organizational culture and change management, emotional intelligence, the art of listening, time management tricks and much more.
Tune in from 12:15-12:30 p.m. every weekday.
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Explore timely topics including:
Terrific Tips for Working Remotely
The COVID crisis has caused us to conduct business using a variety of virtual methods. We’ll discuss some important tips to make remote communication more effective.
The Balance Wheel – Living a Whole Life
Are you investing the appropriate time, energy and resources to your most cherished beliefs? You may be trying to be three people at once right now: employee, parent, teacher. Make sure you prioritize your personal balance as well.
A Framework for Navigating Change
Successful change management pivots on understanding the task/relationship/identity dynamics at work in any change scenario.
How to Enhance the Trust in Your Most Critical Working Relationships
Trust can be thought of in two ways: as task trust and relationship trust. These have different dimensions and require different approaches to maximize the trust in your most important relationships.
Is Your Work Tribe Stuck?
Learn to diagnose how your work team is performing using Dave Logan’s Tribal Leadership framework. Then, learn ways to ladder up individuals, teams and entire organizations.
Success = Performance + Fulfillment
Learn how the practice of gratitude can make you a better performer and a happier person.
An Extra Half-Hour in Each Day
Discover time management tricks to win back precious minutes.
The 4 C’s of Coaching for High Performance
Great coaches communicate with candor, courage, clarity and constructiveness. Here’s how.
The Building Blocks of Organizational Culture
Are the artifacts, assumptions and values of your organizational culture in alignment? If not, what can you do?
Disagreeing with Diplomacy
Be a “Loyal Opponent,” not a “Devil’s Advocate”
The Art of Active Listening
Great leaders don’t just hear – they listen. Learn a four-step process to becoming a great listener.
Four elements constitute executive presence (and only one of them has to do with the way you look)!
Learn actionable ways to improve your self-awareness and relationship management skills
ONE GREAT BIG HUGELY POWERFUL THINKING TRICK…
…to help you solve the toughest problems. And it takes 30 seconds to learn.
What If They Were Us?
Here’s exercise to help you think about your business by looking at it through the eyes of other big brands.
Say It (or Write It) Simply and Smartly
A communications framework of four keywords will help your writing and speaking earn better results.
Pre-Mortems – Saving a Project from Disaster Before It Begins
Many organizations use After-Action Reviews to learn from projects … but have you ever conducted a “pre-mortem” to determine how things might go wrong?
Meet your host
Lee C. Stuart joined the University of Kansas after three previous careers - as a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper journalist, a senior leader of new business development initiatives with Hallmark Cards, and 12 years as president of a management consulting firm. At KU, he is the leadership programs manager in KU Professional & Continuing Education. Lee has experience in adult learning, disruptive innovation, organizational effectiveness, strategic business planning and executive coaching. He possesses an unusual blend of creative and business thinking wrapped in years of experience as a writer, speaker, corporate executive, and as a consultant/coach to an array of organizations. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University in mass communications, a master’s degree from the University of Kansas in journalism, and a Doctorate in Business Administration/Leadership Studies from Capella University.
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