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The thing that is at the heart of your success is your brain and your body and your emotional health – and your thought process is driving that. Once you get to the truth of what is causing your emotion, you can neutralize drama.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. You cannot control everything. What you do have authority and decision-making authority over is what you want to make those things mean.
  2. When you’re starting to feel burdened or overwhelmed by the very thing that you created, slow down and ask yourself: What happened? What do I make that mean? When you tell yourself that, how do you feel? That’s where the emotion is – in your thinking. Not in the actual circumstance.
  3. When we get clarity around our thinking, we feel better and when we feel better, we do better.

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  • One of the best books I ever read is by Byron Katie called Loving What Is
  • I’m launching a group program for female entrepreneurs in the beginning of January called She is Relentless. This will be offered weekly. This will be me coaching you- weekly calls and an online discussion forum using Slack. You can sign up for 30 minute one on ones with me once a month. That information is available on KrisPlachy.com.
  • My retreat in Hawaii is open for registration. That will be February 2 – 4, 2019. You can find information about that at KrisPlachy.com. The retreat is limited to 5 people so it’s very small.
  • If there are topics you’d like for me to cover or women you think I should interview, you can always email me at support@leadershipcoachllc.com
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I highly recommend that we all take a moment to take stock in our lives and businesses in order to figure out what’s effective and what we love and don’t love and then consider making adjustments accordingly. Here’s what’s in store for How to Lead.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. I’ll focus more on working with business owners who have decision-making authority and are attracted to creating simple structures that help their businesses run better internally.
  2. How to Lead will become a series for female entrepreneurs.
  3. This will include deeper dives into the unique challenges that female entrepreneurs face as well as some interviews and connections with other women.
  4. I’ll help you deal with the elements that make you feel crazy and show you how to maintain your life so you don’t get crazy.
  5. In my new setup, I’ll offer one on one coaching, a power group for female entrepreneurs and I’ll continue to offer my retreats.

Featured on the Show and Other Notes:

  • If there are topics you’d like for me to cover or women you think I should interview, you can always email me at support@leadershipcoachllc.com
  • The next retreat in Hawaii is scheduled February 2019. You can get more information at KrisPlachy.com.
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This happens to all of us at some point – we find ourselves in a circumstance that we wouldn’t have chosen for ourselves. Here’s a valuable coping tip to help you move out of suffering.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. All circumstances are neutral. It’s your brain that makes you feel a certain way.
  2. Acknowledge what’s happening.
  3. When you choose to remain in that circumstance, ask yourself how you want to feel about it going forward.
  4. Then ask yourself what must you believe about it in order to feel that way.

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This is for those of you who say, “I’ve tried everything, but my employees are still not doing their job.” I promise you, you haven’t tried everything! Here are the things that I know will help fix the problem.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. The reasons people may not be doing their job are either something like that they hate you, they hate the job, they’re unmotivated, etc. or it could be that their managers are doing the job for them.
  2. When this happens there is always a gap in:
    a. Clearly defined expectations, communication and enforcement.
    b. What the goals are for that employee. There’s nothing definitive. You have to ask by when it’ll be done and how you’ll know it’s done.
    c. Feedback sessions between you and your employees – talking about their work and talking to them about them.
    d. Accountability. You can’t continue to allow someone to work in a job where they’re being paid if they don’t deliver on the job. It’s theft!
  3. If you listen to every single podcast I’ve done, I promise you everything you need to know to accomplish this is in this resource.
  4. There’s nothing better for a team than getting the non-performer off of it.

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We’re talking about people who are always frazzled, always late, always unavailable. When you’re frazzled, you’re prioritizing being busy over connecting with other people. Here are a few suggestions for how to take back control of your life.

What you’ll learn from this episode – the reasons why “frazzled” happens:

  1. We, as a society, have glorified “busy.” We’re sick with commitments and doing and being busy. We use it as an excuse to not do other things, and so without saying a word, we show what, and who, we value.
  2. Because we don’t say “no.” We don’t have boundaries. We are people pleasers, and yet what we’re doing is not pleasing people.
  3. We don’t have a plan or a destination. If we did, yeses and noes would become easier.
  4. Executives have to STOP THE MEETING MADNESS!

Featured on the Show and Other Notes:

  • I’m on my vacation / retreat to Hawaii! Everything is off my phone. It’s in airplane mode all but one hour a day!
  • My Facebook group for managers is called How to Lead.
  • Please send your feedback and questions or what topics you’d like me to cover in future episodes to support@leadershipcoachllc.com.
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You are a manager. How you are in the world and with those people who work for you – matters. You are an instrument. You have an impact every day, and I believe it’s incumbent upon you to develop your instrument.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. We are all a consciousness using a body.
  2. An intentional thought needs an energizer.
  3. The quantum field responds not to what we want, but to who we are being.
  4. To change your life is to change your energy.
  5. Thoughts are the language of the mind; feelings are the language of the body.
  6. Instead of living by cause and effect, cause the effect.
  7. You must have an idealized self.
  8. 5% of our mind is conscious, and 95% of who we are is habitual.
  9. Trying to change your emotional pattern is the same as drug withdrawal.
  10. The moment we cease the habitual action, chaos rages between the body and the mind.
  11. Alter your brain and intentions and hang on.
  12. Why wouldn’t you opt for living in the future of your choice now, ahead of time?

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Do you find yourself wondering, “Why don’t my employees just get it?” The stages of competence will help explain that nicely and give you some ideas about how to deal with it going forward.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. What the four stages of competence are.
  2. Why you, as an unconsciously competent manager, have to come back down to being consciously competent in order to help your employees.
  3. When you notice your employees are consciously incompetent somewhere, it’s your job to get them the tools they need so they can do what they need to do.

Featured on the Show and Other Notes:

  • Significant changes are coming to The Manager Formula after this year – for new clients, not existing ones, so jump in while you can. There’s only one more enrollment period for 2018 coming this fall. Get on my mailing list at leadershipcoachllc.com or join my How to Lead Facebook group for more information. You can also go to the Manager Formula.com and join the wait list and you’ll be notified as soon as enrollment is open.
  • If you are in a business leadership position and you’re looking for tools for your leaders, I’m going to make the Manager Formula content available to organizations. You’ll get access to the content for a full year – all 12 modules and all videos for as many managers as you want for one fee. If you’re interested, email support@leadershipcoachllc.com This is a one-time offer available until October 31, 2018.
  • Please send your feedback and questions or what topics you’d like me to cover in future episodes to support@leadershipcoachllc.com.
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Are you a micro-manager? If so, there is one of two reasons why. Listen to this and see which one fits you best. In one case, you can own it; in the other, you might need to do a little work on “you.”

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. Some employees don’t perform well and “earn” more attention from their managers. If you’re micro-managing on purpose, let the employee know it’s true and why.
  2. Then there are people who micro-manage everyone. The Thought Model says that their behavior comes from a feeling of fear, insecurity, betrayal, resentment, etc. Their thoughts trigger emotions which then trigger their behaviors.

Featured on the Show and Other Notes:

  • Significant changes are coming to The Manager Formula after this year – for new clients, not existing ones, so jump in while you can. There’s only one more enrollment period for 2018 coming this fall. Get on my mailing list at leadershipcoachllc.com or join my How to Lead Facebook group for more information. You can also go to the Manager Formula.com and join the wait list and you’ll be notified as soon as enrollment is open.
  • If you are in a business leadership position and you’re looking for tools for your leaders, I’m going to make the Manager Formula content available to organizations. You’ll get access to the content for a full year – all 12 modules and all videos for as many managers as you want for one fee. If you’re interested, email support@leadershipcoachllc.com This is a one-time offer available until October 31, 2018.
  • Steve Jobs said, “It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and then tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do.”
  • Please send your feedback and questions or what topics you’d like me to cover in future episodes to support@leadershipcoachllc.com.
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Most people don’t think about beefing up their negotiation skills until they’re in a state of urgency. Kris talks with Jessica Williams, head of the Superwoman Project, about the how and the why of negotiating.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. What the most common limiting beliefs are that people have around their ability to ask for more money.
  2. What elements we need to think about when we’re negotiating total compensation.
  3. Steps to take in the salary negotiation checklist that have worked for Jessica’s clients over and over again.
  4. Recommendations for higher level executive leaders.
  5. What Jessica found to be the hardest part about leading and managing a team.
  6. What Jessica loved most about leading and managing a team.
  7. Advice for people who are overwhelmed and don’t feel that they have time to do this stuff.

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Every company on the planet has a culture. It’s just a matter of whether or not you, as a leader, have intentionally created and fostered the kind of culture that you want versus it just sort of happening.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. Organizational culture is basically the shared beliefs that employees have about their organization. Those beliefs drive how people feel and behave.
  2. Most organizational cultures are not created with intention.
  3. Culture is created by leaders – either passively or actively. Culture is not an employee problem. Culture is a leadership responsibility.
  4. What you can do to fix the culture.

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