Leaders need to be the best human they can be so they inspire their people to get the job done and to be great humans themselves. – Beth Weissenberger
There’s been a growing demand for leaders to be more “human” in the way they lead. While this approach offers many benefits, it also can amplify our inner negativity that leaves us doubting our abilities. So how can leaders balance being more human with overcoming these negative elements that can drag us down? That’s the focus of this episode of the Leadership Biz Cafe podcast with guest Beth Weissenberger.
Beth is the co-founder and President of Corporate Division of Handel Group, an executive life coaching company. Her corporate clients have included Live Nation, Ticket Master, AMC, Core Club, Liberty, Ogilvy, and many more. Beth is also a regular contributor to Business Insider, Forbes, and the Huffington Post.
Some of the things Beth and I discuss over the course of our conversation include:
- Why we should change looking at the word human as a verb instead of just a noun.
- The 3 distinct inner voices that weigh you down and make you doubt your abilities to succeed.
- What are “career hauntings” and the 3 steps we can take to resolve them in order to move forward.