I am thrilled that Be Brave at Work, a podcast focused on helping listeners understand how to be braver at work to positively influence bosses, colleagues and their organization, has hit the milestone metric of 5,000 downloads!
Ed’s book, Drive Your Career: 9 High-Impact Ways to Take Responsibility for Your Own Success, was just recently published and has already achieved over 50 FIVE STAR reviews! Here are a just a couple examples:
So what’s true leadership all about? Is it just bossing people around or is it something deeper? Well if you’re a fan of this show, you already know where my and my guests opinions lie on this matter, and that true leadership is so much more than just delegating tasks to whoever is available. What we haven’t talked about much on The Hot Mic though is about how one becomes a leader. What’s the catalyst? How does it begin?
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Westover talks with Ed Evarts about leadership coaching, “playing the hand you have been dealt,” and the idea that “pausing is powerful.”
In this episode, learn from Ed:
Ed joins Jeff Altman on the No B.S. Job Search Advice podcast to talk about “Starting a New Job: Ideas for Launching in Your New Role.”
Listen in to Ed’s recent appearance on the Mindset Horizon podcast. Mindset Horizon helps people cultivate a mindset of possibility and realize their full potential so that they can execute on their BHAG – Big Hairy Audacious Goals – in life and business.
Ed was recently a guest on the Get Published Podcast! Listen in as host Paul G. Brodie talks with Ed about how to market on LinkedIn and Facebook with pocket items.
My observation that no one knows you better than you do doesn’t come from years of scientific study. It comes from more than a decade of working one on one with clients and helping them build self-awareness. When I ask my clients, “Who knows you best?” what do you think they say? It is always, always, the same answer: “I do.”
If there are any situations interfering with your relationship with your boss, you need to take clear action to mitigate them. Here are three more general ideas that will help you get along better with your boss.