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We continue our discussion with John Tarnoff and guest host, Jamie Wadley, this week looking at how to plan a career transition later in your working life. There is also talk about whether this transition/change needs to be dramatic, in the sense of a completely new path, or whether it can be a refinement of one part of the career you have had to t…
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This week we begin a 3 part discussion with John Tarnoff about career transitioning. Kim is joined by former guest, Jamie Wadley, as a “case study”, given that he has transitioned careers regularly and thrives with each new focus. John Tarnoff is an executive and career transition coach, speaker, and author who helps mid-career professionals land b…
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This week we begin to explore “Invaluable” and what that means for you. Drawing from a wealth of experience across many varied industries, we hear how the concepts in the book can be implemented in our own work lives as well as recognising what we can achieve by knowing our self worth. Dr-Terry-Lyles-and-Steven-Bowen-Part-2Download…
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This week we have an introduction to our guests, Terry Lyles and Steven Bowen, who will, over the next two weeks, talk about being “Invaluable” which is the title of their recently released book. In this session, they talk about what the word actually means and how it will become important for your transformation and career journey. For more inform…
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As we continue to wait for approval to air the original recordings of our discussion with a recent guest, Fulyana and Kim have both provided some reflection on the conversation. This time it centres on how physical safety concerns may manifest in other behaviours that you need to manage as well as communication generally within a team. There are al…
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For the first time since we began weekly podcasts in 2015, broadcasting a guest’s interview has been delayed whilst the employing organisation reviews the content for approval. We respect their right to do this and will wait for their decision. In the meantime, we felt that the content of the discussion was worthy of sharing with our listeners in a…
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In the concluding part to our discussion with Rico Nasol, we explore how to prepare a “leadership plan” for yourself and the value of internal peer support networks in organisations. Rico also outlines his 90 program and the most important questions you can ask yourself to move towards your career goals. Rico-Nasol-Part-3Download…
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This week we begin a 3 part discussion with Rico Nasol about leadership. Rico is a seasoned leader with over 20 years of global experience, rising from humble beginnings to make a profound impact at Zappos and Netflix to running his own service of 1-to-1 transformative leadership coaching as well as a 90 day programme. In this introductory session …
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This week Kim is joined by Jamie Wadley (in Fulyana’s absence) to talk with Aneace Haddad. Aneace is an executive coach and author of “The Eagle That Drank Hummingbird Nectar.” He has worked with leaders from major companies like Citibank, Deloitte, HSBC, McKinsey, MasterCard, and Visa, helping them with transformational leadership, mindful leaders…
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This week we have a case study, suggested by a listener, looking at how to address a perceived imbalance in the value of your input for an unpaid (but desirable) role where there is a business element to the situation. If you have also experienced this, let us know and we will include your thoughts for our listeners to consider. Valuing-Your-Worth-…
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We all have to make BIG decisions in our worklife and careers. How do you decide whether to accept a redundancy offer or not? his week Kim and Fulyana look at some of the areas to consider apart from the financial aspect. As always, should you have particular concerns or some ideas for others to consider, please let us know via email. How-To-Decide…
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We travel back to starting a career this week as Kim and Fulyana look at ways you can find first hand experience in a career path that interests you. Although the podcast talks about starting a career from the basis of high school or early university, it is equally relevant to those contemplating a career change. After all, the statistics indicate …
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This week we look at what to do when salaries do not match market rates. As always, Kim and Fulyana use their professional experience to consider this topic from both sides of the issue – the employer and the employee. Have you been caught with a great employee that isn’t being paid current market rates? How would you manage if that person had to b…
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This week the tables are turned as Fulyana interviews Kim about withdrawing from a project she has worked on for almost 10 years. What happens when you have a surprisingly large amount of time and the opportunity to actually follow through on one of your long term ideas? Do you have projects “in the wings” that you yearn to find time to implement? …
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In the early years of our careers, inhouse training and development was highly regarded as part of a path to more senior positions. These days there seems to be some resistance to providing these opportunities mostly based on the economic viability of training someone only to have them leave the organisation. This week Kim and Fulyana look at innov…
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Fulyana is back! So that means we are in full “talk” mode, this week about what you are communicating by your behaviour patterns in the workplace. Have you reflected lately on what your behaviour pattern around meetings and work community activities might mean to others? Are you sending the message you want to be sending? Non-Verbal-Communication-N…
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In our conclusion to this three part discussion with Karan, Kim and Fulyana learn about the qualities we should be identifying in future leaders as well as the results of a survey of thousands of leaders across varied industries looking at common leadership “qualities”. Can you identify the same leadership qualities in your organisation? Karan-Rhod…
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This week we begin a 3 part discussion with Karan Ferrell-Rhodes about leadership in the current organisational environment. Karan is an organisational strategist who is, in her own words, obsessed with up-leveling leadership capability and optimizing workforces to do their best work. This introductory session looks at the relevance/value of HR spe…
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Last week we suggested a couple of Simon Sinek videos for you to watch and then send through your thoughts and questions. If you haven’t already seen/heard it, click here. This week we have our thoughts on the areas you expressed as well as some suggestions for incorporating into your own performance appraisals. Trustworthiness-Video-FeedbackDownlo…
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In the final part of our discussion with Gary Ross we actually get to Question 2 of the list we sent to him but more importantly we hear about choosing the right form of communication for within an organisation and why that might be more than one method and why that method is as important as the message. Gary-Ross-Part-3Download…
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Does your organisation use a “style manual”? Are you expected to conform to a particular way of communicating in writing whether its email, IM or letters? This week we explore Gary’s must haves for getting communication right. There are three things he considers the number 1 essential (yes, three things tied for the number 1 spot!). Most of us get …
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This week Kim begins a communications journey with Gary Ross whilst Fulyana is away. With a wealth of practical experience in a wide range of industries and organisations, Gary shares first hand knowledge of why communicating in a professional manner is so important in these days of enhanced technology and hybrid workforces. Gary-Ross-Part-1Downloa…
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This week we begin a conversation with a “regular” guest, Jamie Wadley about all things GPT. This is the third visit to Inside Exec for Jamie, although our last conversation was in 2019. In this podcast we learn what GPT is and how it is best used, even if you’ve not yet tried it. In coming podcasts we are going to explore how to construct “prompts…
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Do you know the difference between Quality Management Systems and Continuous Improvement? This week we begin a 3 part discussion with Chad Bareither about the importance of knowing your processes and measuring the outcomes. We also discover that Chad and Fulyana have something in common – a qualification that Kim knew nothing about in over 40 years…
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In the final part of our discussion with Marty Strong, Kim and Fulyana hear about the benefits of listening to people outside your team for answers and the intrinsic value of having everyone in a team know how to do the basics of every other task in the team. Marty-Strong-Part-3DownloadKirjoittanut Mentors to Executives Worldwide
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In the second part of our discussion with Marty Strong, Kim and Fulyana learn the difference between teams and committees as well as what it means to be a visionary leader. Can you be a visionary leader when you are in a highly structured industry or organisation? Marty-Strong-Part-2DownloadKirjoittanut Mentors to Executives Worldwide
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In the first part of our discussion with Marty Strong, Kim and Fulyana explore the “Age of Optimisation” and consider shifting the short term results approach of current senior executive management. For more about Marty, visit his website by clicking here Marty-Strong-Part-1DownloadKirjoittanut Mentors to Executives Worldwide
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In the third part of our discussion with John Pabon, Kim and Fulyana explore the tangled web of governance surrounding sustainability as well as hearing about John’s upcoming book “The Great Greenwashing”. There has been such interest expressed in this series of podcasts and the topic with John that we will be returning to a conversation with him i…
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In the first of a three part series, Kim and Fulyana begin to explore a topic that has not ever been covered in the previous 300+ podcasts they have produced! Sustainability – what it means in business terms and how it can be implemented (it’s not tree hugging). We also hear how industries are implementing it as a core part of their corporate think…
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This week we continue our discussion with Mark Herschberg looking particularly at his book The Career Toolkit and his exciting app Brain Bump. If you’ve ever wanted quick access to some powerful career information, this is the podcast to hear. For more information and links to both the book and the app, click here. Mark-Herschberg-Part-2Download…
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In this first part of our discussion with Mark Herschberg ( for more information click here), Kim and Fulyana revisit two case studies – one about promotion to a position you don’t want/enjoy and the other about networking. Mark provides a clear and interesting perspective on both these issues. Mark-Herschberg-Part-1Download…
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This week Kim and Fulyana begin a discussion with Yonason Goldson about ethics and core values. Communicating core values has been our most popular topic since we began these podcasts in 2015. Does your organisation exhibit a disconnect between their stated core values and their work ethic? Yonason-Goldson-Part-1Download…
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This week we look at some real life examples from both Kim and Fulyana about what happens to feedback given in good faith by your customers. Do you have an automated system? Do you test the feedback system from a customer/client position? CAse-Study-Customer-FeedbackDownloadKirjoittanut Mentors to Executives Worldwide
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This week Kim and Fulyana look at a Case Study from a listener about managing internal objections (voiced as an added layer of “management”) when a decision has been made to resource a particular project role from an external source. In an ever changing work environment with acknowledged skills gaps and shortages, organisations will need to explore…
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Continuing the discussion of the Forbes list of management issues for 2023, this week Kim and Fulyana look at accelerated digital transformation, future skills and skills gaps, data and device security, sustainability. A link to the article is below the podcast. Click here for the Forbes article. Management-Issue-for-2023-Part-2Download…
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As we begin 2023, Kim and Fulyana look at a list published by Forbes outlining what they see as the top management issues for organisations in 2023. A link to the article is below the podcast. In Part 1 we look at supply chain reliability, inflation/economic downturn and increased customer expectations. Link to Forbes article Management-Issues-for-…
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In mid 2020, Fulyana shared a link to a podcast that had been referred to her by a friend. It was about the similarity between couples therapy (from a therapist) and our relationship with “work”. Whilst working through the transcriptions for our own podcasts, Kim discovered that the comments about the podcast had not ever been aired, so here it is …
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