Navigating Transition Fatigue with Katherine Hosie
January 25, 2021
Hosted by Nicole Bendaly
When going through extended transition where there's ongoing ambiguity, leaders, their organizations, and their teams often experience transition fatigue. Whether it’s a midlife transition, career transition, or even a pandemic, the most useful things we can have in place are a sense of meaning and good habit, according to today's guest, Katherine Hosie. Discover how to lead when you're not sure what the future holds and how to shift gears from feeling like you know where you’re going and what’s likely to happen next to facing the reality of uncertainty.
Leading on Purpose
Monday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Being a leader is challenging. It can be very challenging, but it shouldn’t be a struggle. Most leaders put their heads down and work harder and longer hours to improve results, but what most don’t recognize is what they need to do differently. Leading on Purpose is all about helping you to focus on the simple yet powerful practices that will ensure you and your teams achieve even better results with far less struggle.
Nicole Bendaly and her guests, experts in leadership and team performance, will help you discover how to tap into the very best of yourself and those you lead. You will discover what differentiates exceptional leaders from the rest, you will be inspired to turn off autopilot and lead on purpose, and you will be challenged to lean in, to stretch yourself, develop new skills, and discover strengths that have previously gone un-tapped. Leading on Purpose is broadcast live every Monday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.
With over 20 years of research and experience in team and leadership performance, Nicole Bendaly knows what it takes for teams and leaders to perform at their very best.
Nicole is the President of K and Co, a firm that has been helping teams and leaders to improve performance for over 40 years. K and Co’s programs, tools, assessments, books and strategies are used by leaders around the world to improve how people work together for the better.
Nicole believes that life and work aren’t mean to be a struggle, and that with the right tools, mindset and practices every team and leader can achieve exceptional results with ease. Nicole has spent her career developing proven, simple and powerful tools and practices that help leaders and their teams to weed out the apathy, struggles and blocks holding them back from exceptional results.
Nicole is a dynamic speaker, coach, and facilitator on a variety of topics, all of which enable leaders and teams to bring out the best of themselves and those they work with. Nicole is also the co-author of two books, Winner Instinct and Improving Healthcare Team Performance, she is a Forbes Contributor. and the co-creator of the Team Fitness Tool, Nicole has established herself as a respected and sought-after thought leader in team performance and organizational behavior.