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Consultation Does Not Abdicate Decision Making

 

In an environment where everyone has an opinion, both online and off, organisations that get the balance right between consultation and making the tough decisions, actually inspire confidence and ultimately, have a competitive advantage.

And yet, it’s not always easy.

Healthy teams respectfully offer viewpoints as it relates to process, procedure, policy, product, program or even positioning, without making it ‘personal’, damaging workplace culture or eroding their professionalism.

They also recognise through the importance of self-reflection and are accountable if they miss the mark and slip into attacking a person, rather than a problem.

This type of behaviour raises its’ head most often, when the decision made by a leader or designated authority, is not something you want or would personally do.

Leadership requires leaders to make the tough calls. Trust in the role. Trust in the person and the portfolio of responsibility they have.

Leaders aren’t parents, and yet they are seen as people in authority. At times, team member hang-ups from childhood cloud judgement, rejection raises its head, social justice tries to find a hook to hang its’ hat on and come hell or high water, a small minority may object to the decisions made by the leader.

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, Adolescent Psychologist, in his book “Princess Bitchface Syndrome, available on Audible, shares the importance of adults having a healthy mindset of positive expectation before engaging in challenging situations. Believing the best and anticipating a warm response from the other person, psychologically puts you into a more positive mindset where you won’t be primed for offence and are less likely to be reactive yourself. And, you know, it’s not so different in adult to adult encounters either.

Next time you’ve been asked to consult on a matter, or offer feedback, check yourself.

Are you getting caught up in the emotion and being dishonouring or disrespectful, perhaps even lacking in civility or are you role-modelling what it means to contribute from a place of boldness and humility?

Embrace boldness and humility and with wisdom, process the results of feedback and present a united front to your client base.

Trust is a two-way street.

 

 

 

Those are Some Mighty Big Long Horns, M’am!

Having just returned from my #USA2018 #LeadershipImmersionRetreat that I hosted, I wanted to share some insights this month on the Dignity of Risk and the benefits of a Pioneer Spirit, after being inspired by the Texas Long Horn Cattle. Man, they had big horns. Seriously.

There are often threats to our safety – real and perceived, and being able to distinguish between those two is empowering and releases you to fully get on with the work at hand.

But not everyone sees it that way…

Leaders will often recognise the threats to personal safety or brand reputation when reviewing their service offerings – and their conduct. It’s not uncommon for senior leaders to suffer from “paralysis by analysis”, much to the frustration of their team, as programs or services are cancelled out of fear or public opinion.

In Fort Worth, Texas, we saw first-hand how it is possible to deliver your work in such a way that people – colleagues and customers – take responsibility for themselves, know the risks at hand and trust that experienced “cowboys” will be steering the “herd” and driving your “vision” forward.

We were strangers on the sideline here in Fort Worth and had no structured reason to feel safe yet we did. We respected the surroundings and the history. We didn’t fight with the Cowboys or the cattle. Instead, we observed, were very aware of our surroundings and trusted those in front of us to LEAD us.

Take a few minutes to watch my video on this and challenge your team to break through paralysis by analysis, and let go of fear this month to embrace the dignity of risk and be bold!

 

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I’d love to know what you took away from this video?

Here’s to your leadership success,

Tarran Deane

Want to know more about how Tarran & the Team can help?

Visit www.tarrandeane.com/corporatecinderella

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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How to Use Canva to Create Graphics that Position Your Brand & Communicate Your Message as a Leader in Your Field _ Host Tarran Deane Professional Speaker, Leading Change Consultant & Author

[Video] How to Use Canva to Position Your Brand and Communicate Your Leadership Message with Tarran Deane

[Video TeleClass] Leading Change, Influencing Others, Positioning Your Brand or Creating a Movement is Enhanced When Your Leadership Embraces Different Modalities to Get Your Message Across.

Working for one of Australia’s key banks many years ago, I had the privilege of communicating a change message across 17 branches and witnessed at the time how the same message can be heard, understood and implemented by the majority of people, but still miss the mark with others. I learnt here, the different learning styles people have and how that impacts their ability to process information and implement actions.

That’s a large reason behind why I love using Canva as a regular part of my delivery methods.

The other reason, I just love the interface and ease with which we get stuff done. No convoluted, time-consuming outsourcing for simple tasks. We just do it inHouse. Oh, and for the big stuff, I still definitely go to the experts, like my friend Russell Pearson at Crimson Fox Studios in Melbourne. One clever branding guy!.

With my executive coaching, leading entrepreneur and speaker clients reaching out to ask me how I do what I do, I recently hosted this Teleclass on “How to Use Canva to Position Your Brand and Communicate Your Leadership Message”

 

You Can Watch It Here: 

 

^Click on Video Above to Play

 

[Video] Duration: 59 Minutes | Open Your Computer and Play Along or Watch on Your Phone and then Click the ‘Send or Save to My Phone Screen’ to Come Back and Watch Later. 

Want to Watch Faster?

You Can CLICK on the Youtube COG Settings Wheel on the bottom right of the video, and Select a Faster Viewing Speed if You’re Short on Time and Big on Focus.

Summary of What We Cover: 

  • Once You Login Create Your Design
  • Your Creations on the Front Home Page and How to Name Them
  • Setting Up Album Folders & Uploading your Own Photos
  • How to Use Chrome Plugin ‘Eye Dropper / Color Picker’
  • How to Use and Modify Canva Templates
  • How to Create a Style Guide for Your team
  • Case Study – Tarran’s Youtube thumbnails
  • Check out Tarran’s “Signature 7 Leadership Framework” for planning out your work week. (Infographic can be downloaded at https://www.tarrandeane.com/signature7leadershipinfographic/)
  • Share this MEDIA with your friends and let’s help more leaders lead

 

This has been another #TarranTeleclass 

Canva - Now see what it looks like on the laptop version - Youtube Banner_opt by @tarrandeane #Leadingonline #online #Leadership

How to Set Up Your Youtube Banner with Canva When You Want to Lead Change Online

Do you have curb or even kerb appeal online? “Location, Location, Location!” they cry in real estate and your online real estate is no different. Here’s how you can set up your Youtube Banner with Canva when you want to be positioned as a Leader Online!

Did you at one time complete a work personality profile that revealed you maybe weren’t as creative as you thought you were? Have you avoided Youtube and other creative outlets?

  • Are you nervous because you don’t have a design budget, let alone a concept layout?
  • Are you new to designing or think that’s the marketing departments’ job?
  • Are you frustrated because you don’t know the SIZE of the Banner you need?

You know these are little problems that can be fixed right? Let’s challenge some of that status quo and you’ll be setting up your Youtube banner in no time!

 

In this #QuickTip you’ll need to have:

  1. a Youtube channel account
  2. knowledge of the required SIZEs for social media. You might find this Cheat Sheet helpful, if you want to design other for other platforms
  3. a Canva account
  4. some of your own photos – professional or organisational ready to upload
  5. Review the results and appearance on different devices so your head isn’t cut off!

 

Do These 5 Steps and You Can Create Something Like This:

Okay, here’s the finished product: Note I have used optimised or Low Res images for this blog post. Originals are High Res.

 

Canva - Want to avoid your head being cut off? Create a border around the image template and centre your images in the centre alignment using #Canva Youtube. This quick tip is brought to you by TarranDeane.com #online #leadership

Creating a Youtube Banner or Channel Art? Want to avoid your head being cut off? Use Canva and create a border around the image template and centre your images in the centre alignment using #Canva Youtube. This quick tip is brought to you by TarranDeane.com #online #leadership

 

Here’s the How-To in 5 Easy Steps:

  1. Youtube channel account.
    Have you got one? The company got one?- If you don’t have one, set yourself a 90 day goal to get cracking and have your own Youtube Channel up and humming within the next 3 months.
    – If you DO have one, how well is it being utilised? what simple changes could you make using a Banner [also known as Channel Art or Header]Read this to learn the difference between a personal or branded channel account

    How to set up a Youtube Channel using a Google Login. See how I'm logged into my Google Account? Then simply click on the red Yotube icon to begin by Tarran Deane #online #leadership

    How to set up a Youtbe Channel using a Google Login. See how I’m logged into my Google Account? Then simply click on the red Youtube icon to begin by Tarran Deane #online #leadership

  2. Need to knowledge of the required SIZEs for social media. You might find this Cheat Sheet helpful, if you want to design graphics for other platforms

    Download (PDF, 151KB)

  3. a Canva account – Create it and login. It will then open up at the “Create a Design” homepage

    Create Your Canva Account & Login. Notice the PLUS sign on the top right hand? Click this to open up more template size options- by @tarrandeane #Leadingonline #online #Leadership.png

    Create Your Canva Account & Login. Notice the PLUS sign on the top right hand? Click this to open up more template size options- by @tarrandeane #Leadingonline #online #Leadership.png

     

    Then click on the PLUS + sign, scrolling down:

    You've clicked on the PLUS sign and scrolled down the page. Now you can see the Social Media & Email Headers. Select Youtube Channel Art and Voila! Click and begin designing by @tarrandeane #Leadingonline #online #Leadership #canva #howto

    You’ve clicked on the PLUS sign and scrolled down the page. Now you can see the Social Media & Email Headers. Select Youtube Channel Art and Voila! Click and begin designing by @tarrandeane #Leadingonline #online #Leadership

     

  4. Have some of your own photos – professional or organisational – ready to upload instead of using stock photos and you’ll save on licensing fees.

    – Remember if you do purchase images, save your invoices as proof of the purchase if you’re using them for commercial use inc. blogging

    FYI: Tarran’s layout theme was achieved by selecting: 
    Elements on LHS > then GRIDS. That’s how I was able to upload 7 distinct images

    Create your Youtube Banner, upload own images or logo Leave a border on the top and bottom to allow for devices Save the file name with the size Upload to youtube - Tarran Deane #Leadingonline #Howto #online #Leadership #professionalspeaker @tarrandeane #changemanagement

    Create your Youtube Banner, upload own images or logo Leave a border on the top and bottom to allow for devices Save the file name with the size Upload to youtube – Tarran Deane #Leadingonline #changemanagement #communicationstrategies
    #online #leadership


    Bonus Tip:

    (a) You may need to make the file size smaller for uploading to WordPress. I use this free tool by Web Resizer to achieve about an 80% smaller file. This leads to faster load times on the website and a better viewer experience.

    (b) Make sure you add YOUR metatags to you image file name when saving for SEO purposes and then google will also index your images with higher result. Clever huh? See how I did it in mine in all the images I have included in this article?

     

  5. Review the results and appearance on different devices so your head isn’t cut off!

    Okay, so how does it look?

    5.1 Finished product from Canva looks like this:

     

    Canva - Want to avoid your head being cut off? Create a border around the image template and centre your images in the centre alignment using #Canva Youtube. This quick tip is brought to you by TarranDeane.com #online #leadership

    Canva – Want to avoid your head being cut off? Create a border around the image template and centre your images in the centre alignment using #Canva Youtube. This quick tip is brought to you by TarranDeane.com #online #leadership

    I’m happy with that, but let’s check the quality when it appears on Youtube and other devices.

    5.2 On my laptop Youtube it looks like this: 

    Notice how it has lost the top and bottom borders? If we didn’t have them then you’d likely see my head cut off! Additionally, if you have completed your Channel Profile with your website and social media links they’ll appear as an overlay on the bottom right of the official Youtube Channel. It happens by default. This is why we don’t put text on the right handside.

    Canva - Now see what it looks like on the laptop version - Youtube Banner_opt by @tarrandeane #Leadingonline #online #Leadership

    Canva – Now see what it looks like on the laptop version – Youtube Banner_opt version by @tarrandeane #Leadingonline #online #Leadership #communicationstrategy #changemanagement #professionalspeaker

     

    5.3 On my iPhone 6 Youtube looks like this:

    Okay, see this: we’ve lost an image on the left and right, reducing the columns from 7 to 5 and the round thumbnail now covers some of the banner.

     

    Youtube Banner made by Canva Now how does it look on the iPhone 6 Youtube upload by @TarranDeane #corporatecinderella #online #Leadership #professionalspeaker #changemanagement #communicationstrategies .png

    Youtube Banner made by Canva: Now how does it look on the iPhone 6 Youtube App once uploaded?
    Play around with the image until you’re happy it represents you well and gets your message across. This ‘How-To’ Blog is brought to you by @TarranDeane #corporatecinderella #online #Leadership #professionalspeaker #changemanagement #communicationstrategies

     

    You and I know the power of window shopping and drive-by’s, even in the online space. Leading change and being being an influencer requires us to understand the pull marketing of kerb appeal and the unique positioning it offers new, prospective and current clients – internal and external – who want to come live in your neighbourhood. Let’s make it easy for people to know, like and trust us.

    Let’s step up our efforts!

    So that’s it for this quick tutorial! Come follow me on Youtube right HERE as I begin focusing more the branding of this Channel.
    Check Out Other Tutorials on Our PlayLists

  6. Our next focus will be to build brand consistency and develop Youtube Thumbnails for each of the videos already uploaded on our Corporate Cinderella ChannelSee you online at www.Youtube.com/user/corporatecinderella 

 

 

 

What I Learnt About Leadership & Life From a Special Effects Makeup Class

What I Learnt About Leadership From a Special Effects Makeup Class by Tarran Deane Speaker, Mentor, Executive Coach, Commentator on Life & Leadership. Visit www.tarrandeane.com

What I Learnt About Leadership from a Special Effects Makeup Class

Working remotely is part of my professional life. I catch lessons from the most interesting environments and observations.

Recently I had the opportunity to support our daughter during one of her assessments in her Special Effects Makeup Class in Brisbane. Ellie was studying the anthropology of Egyptian Makeup: it’s use and significance in the culture of the day.

I knew I had the capacity to be flexible with my work and support Elle, so we headed off to Brisbane with my laptop, all set for her class and me to work in the Student Lounge until I was needed. I was helping her (and soaking up my time with her, let’s face it!) and still getting traction on my focus areas. It got me thinking as I was surrounded by all these creative Millennials…

Leadership, Makeup Artists and the Makeup of Ancient Egyptians have a lot in common:

  1. Head First:

    We all need to be aware of why we are doing what we are doing AND the company we’re keeping when we set about our tasks. We all have ‘mini-empires’ set up between our ears, with thoughts threatening to rule and have dominion over moods and moments.

    Get your head in the game and be fully present in your role. Serve one another, see through myths (and there were a few of those in the prosthetics class next door) and pursue truth. Oh and just because you think Leadership should look or behave a certain way, think again. I’m always delightfully surprised when stereotypes are challenged.

  2. Be Aware of the Environment:

    Political, Spiritual & Economic: It matters and if it’s not influencing you, it will be influencing members of your team and your client base. Don’t be naive. Research it.

    The ancient Egyptians, male and female, believed the eye makeup they wore gave them healing powers and protected them.The same can be said about other peoples beliefs and their faith. Do a bit of reading on the different faiths; not to judge, but to learn. Be curious and seek to understand. Be prepared to confront your own bias – conscious or unconscious and reflect on what has influenced your opinions to date. Are they consciously yours or a lazy mirror of someone else’s?

  3. Skin in the Game:

    Be invested. Be prepared for people to get to know you. I wasn’t sure what to expect going into the makeup chair, sitting on the high cushioned seat with the bandanna holding my long blonde hair back. My face was being examined. Skin tone, variations, patterns. It’s the same in leadership if you are prepared to be helped and supported you must be willing to take the scrutiny and feedback.People will typically look at your appearance. Your face, your eyes, your mouth. Your gestures, your movements, your hair. Are you attentive, kind, considered?

    Perceptions are being formed in nano seconds like that looping sound track in that retail store right near the food court at the local shopping centre.

  4. Raw Materials:

    Know your tools. Ellie had her range of brushes and palettes, mixing trays, combs, sponges and equipment that put her at ease so she could work through the project at hand. The Ancient Egyptians used a range of local supplies to support their efforts including malachite and galena. While the ingredients formed the khol that lined the eyes, many substances were derived from lead and provided resistance to eye infections cause from local bacteria.Where are you getting your materials from? Are they healthy for you and your team to be working with? Do you have the latest MDSS – Material Data Safety Sheets?

    by @tarrandeane #leadership #speaker

  5. Study to be Your Best:

    You can be better or be mediocre. As I worked on my laptop at the National Academy of Beauty, the students were all in prepping for the practical session by researching and confirming their knowledge of the history of the Egyptian makeup, its’ history and application.In your workplace, make a point of discovering and documenting the history. You can download the Pinterest App, scroll through Snapchat and Instagram threads, but if all you are doing is glancing and NOT studying, your skill set won’t be enhanced.

    Organisational story-telling AND the real facts – warts and all, empower individuals to deal with the real truth and carry out their work with full transparency.

    Decide: Look at the methodology of people you admire. What do you see about their character and capability, their talent and their regard for others by @tarrandeane #leadership #speaker

  6. Practice Your Skills with Different Models:

    No two workplaces or people will be the same. Be gracious, study the individuals, ask questions, build rapport, know what is shaping appearances and behaviours.As an educator of more than 20 years I know how deceptive and risky it can be to find your delivery-style groove, a treat every audience the same way, without taking into account the different learning styles people have.

    Take the images below of me with the black wig on. Some of you absolutely love it; others loathe it. Some see the eye-makeup and totally miss the deeper story or possibly think this is REALLY how I dress up for work.

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  7. Review the Results and Leverage Them:

    When Ellie finished my special effects makeup she was content but not satisfied, always ready to improve. I like that in my team – that sense of continuous quality improvement, without being paralysed by perfection. Ellie’s teacher assessed, thought the eyes were brilliant, base blending was good and the photograph was taken with the accompanying black wig a’la Cleopatra-esque.

    I liked what I saw in my daughter, this creative Millennial that is forging her own path.

    The culture of their workplace was abuzz with banter over in one corner, quiet concentration in another. The natural light streaming in from a Brisbane winter 23 floors above ground was calming and gorgeous. This team of young professional makeup artists were given the opportunity to serve, nurture, lead, hone their craft, work with others and be enterprising. It felt good to be amongst them, this cohort. I am excited for them.

    Here’s How I Leveraged the Makeup, the Artistry and the History of the Egyptians and you can too in your workplace
  • Applied various filters directly in the photo gallery. Reality can be harsh, that’s a fact. Stark highshadow is just that – stark!
  • Used various photo editing apps on my iPhone including: Canva, AdobeSpark and RIPL
  • Once back in the office, I turned on the tripod lighting and took a range of stills and video that I can now splice away and insert to my hearts content
  • Created thumbnail templates, website images, quotes, and Social posts.
  • Wrote this Blog
  • And, spent time with my daughter. Now that was priceless.

 

And Now with a little text on the image courtesy of RIPL Pro by Tarran Deane BLOG What I Learnt About Leadership From a Special Effects Makeup Class by Tarran Deane Speaker, Mentor, Executive Coach, Commentator on Life & Leadership. Visit www.tarrandeane.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So, next time you’re working remotely, take a look around and consider:

  1. Go in Head First
  2. Be Aware of the Environment
  3. Put Some Skin in the Game
  4. Check Out the Raw Materials
  5. Study to Be Your Best
  6. Practice Your Skills With Different Models
  7. Review the Results and Leverage Them

Now, all you have to do is Decide and Execute!

 

 

ABOUT TARRAN DEANE:

Tarran Deane is the CEO of Corporate Cinderella Leadership Development Company. Wife, Mum and Step Mum to four daughters, Tarran is a regular Commentator on life and leadership.

Consulting across diverse industries and speaking in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Auckland, Phoenix and Orlando, Tarran has presented to more than 36,000 audience members and been featured in numerous articles, blogs, podcasts and magazines

From fleeing Victoria Bus Station in London as a 17 year old, at the height of the IRA bomb raids, to walking the runway as a National Finalist in the Face of Australis, to stepping up into key influential roles in Australia’s Not for Profit sector, and now running alongside leaders from diverse industries including finance, engineering, mining, health, ministry, associations, government, private enterprise, retail, hospitality and tourism, this woman is adept at braking under speed, cornering safely and doing what she can to help others live life by design, on purpose and full throttle, so no one gets left behind.

Contact Tarran Direct on +61 417 654305 for

  • Media Enquiries or email
  • Speaking Enquiries or email
  • Mentoring Enquiries or email
  • Consulting Enquiries or email

 

 

 

 

S01.E06 Leadership Ethics ~ The Awesome Show #LeadershipPodcast with Tarran Deane & Russell Pearson

The Awesome Show Podcast S01.Episode 06: LEADERSHIP ETHICS

Ep 06 Season 001 of The Awesome Show Podcast with Tarran Deane and Russell Pearson Subscribe at www.theawesomeshow.com.au

 

In this episode Tarran and Russell discuss LEADERSHIP ETHICS

As leaders, we can have a huge influence on how those around us act on a day-to-day basis. Defining what ethics are and how ethics impacts the way we go about our day-to-day can often set the example for our communities and organisations in both good times and during crisis.

Today we discuss the role of a leader from an ethical point-of-view and we review decision making based on our values, responsibilities and the environment in which we operate.

This episode, like every episode of the Awesome Show, captures the warmth, banter and straight forward conversation shared by Tarran and Russell as they draw on their combined skills of the executive and entrepreneur. It’s jam packed with insights for current and emerging leaders!

PLAY >>> Catch this BONUS End of Season Episode right HERE

READ >>> The Transcription PDF [coming soon]

SUBSCRIBE >>> www.theawesomeshow.com.au to future episodes!

TELL US >>> Join us on your favourite social media channel and tell us your key takeaways from this episode! Be sure to use the #LeadershipPodcast #theawesomeshowpodcast hashtags too!

Join us >>> for a practical look at leadership, resources that we’ve found helpful and have your questions answered on…The Awesome Show!

We’d love to know your thoughts and experience!

 

 

ABOUT THE CO-HOSTS: Tarran Deane & Russell Pearson

Tarran and Russell met during an International Leadership Institute in Arizona, during November 2014. They were representing Professional Speakers Australia in volunteer Leadership positions in Queensland and Victoria. Both flat out with work, and loving their spouses and kiddywinks, Tarran and Russell weren’t even sure if they’d like each other! Then they met and a madcap, crazy brother-sister relationship emerged. They came back from the United States with some great ideas, purposefully kept in touch, and launched The Awesome Show as a Pilot Podcast Season for Emerging Leaders.

Since launching the Program and partnering together they’ve both enjoyed a great sense of community, strengthened the bonds between their respective PSA states, grown their businesses, spent time with each other’s family and reached more Leaders together!

Now that’s simply awesome!

Tarran Deane: Speaks and Consults to Executives and Senior Leaders on Change, Connection & Communication to Drive Results from Brisbane – Gold Coast Australia

Russell Pearson: Speaks and Consults to Companies and Organisation on Brand Design and Execution from Melbourne Victoria

 

 

S01.E03 Self Mastery for Leaders ~ The Awesome Show #LeadershipPodcast with Tarran Deane & Russell Pearson

The Awesome Show Podcast S01.Episode 03: Mastering Me | Self-Mastery for Leaders

 

Ep 03 Season 001 of The Awesome Show Podcast with Tarran Deane and Russell Pearson Subscribe at www.theawesomeshow.com.au

 

In this episode Tarran and Russell discuss Self-Mastery for Leaders

Masters of the Self! An ever expanding journey. Sometimes we get so tired of ourselves. I mean, really all the distractions, the responsibilities, the tasks, the problems. It’s enough to make a grown up’s eye’s leak from the pressure of it all.

How do we become the BEST in all areas of our life…OR…is that what it’s really all about? How do we become the best Father, Mother, Wife or Husband?

Today we discuss what it takes to bring out the best in ourselves in this very busy environment and debate the very essence of what self mastery means to us personally as leaders.

Things like boundaries, priorities, core values, not negotiables, delegating, transitioning, peak vs. flow and more.

This episode, like every episode of the Awesome Show, captures the warmth, banter and straight forward conversation shared by Tarran and Russell as they draw on their combined skills of the executive and entrepreneur. It’s jam packed with insights for current and emerging leaders!

PLAY >>> Catch this BONUS End of Season Episode right HERE

READ >>> The Transcription PDF [coming soon]

SUBSCRIBE >>> www.theawesomeshow.com.au to future episodes!

TELL US >>> Join us on your favourite social media channel and tell us your key takeaways from this episode! Be sure to use the #LeadershipPodcast #theawesomeshow hashtags too!

Join us >>> for a practical look at leadership, resources that we’ve found helpful and have your questions answered on…The Awesome Show!

We’d love to know your thoughts and experience!

 

 

ABOUT THE CO-HOSTS: Tarran Deane & Russell Pearson

Tarran and Russell met during an International Leadership Institute in Arizona, during November 2014. They were representing Professional Speakers Australia in volunteer Leadership positions in Queensland and Victoria. Both flat out with work, and loving their spouses and kiddywinks, Tarran and Russell weren’t even sure if they’d like each other! When they met and a madcap, crazy brother-sister relationship emerged. They came back from the United States with some great ideas, purposefully kept in touch, and launched The Awesome Show as a Pilot Podcast Season for Emerging Leaders.

Since launching the Program and partnering together they’ve both enjoyed a great sense of community, strengthened the bonds between their respective PSA states, grown their businesses, spent time with each other’s family and reached more Leaders together!

Now that’s simply awesome!

Tarran Deane: Speaks and Consults to Executives and Senior Leaders on Change, Connection & Communication to Drive Results from Brisbane – Gold Coast Australia

Russell Pearson: Speaks and Consults to Companies and Organisation on Brand Design and Execution from Melbourne Victoria

 

 

S01.E02 Culture Change That Works ~ The Awesome Show #LeadershipPodcast with Tarran Deane & Russell Pearson

The Awesome Show Podcast S01.Episode 02: Workplace Culture | Problem Generators | Change

Ep 02 Season 001 of The Awesome Show Podcast with Tarran Deane and Russell Pearson Subscribe at www.theawesomeshow.com.au

In this episode Tarran and Russell discuss culture leadership

Whether you’re a fortune 500 or a two person start-up, the cultural mix you lead within your team is going to underpin everything you do. Your culture will define your future successes or will be the thing that holds you back from achieving your goals.

Today we discuss how cultural leadership impacts businesses, organisations and communities, both large and small.

This episode, like every episode of the Awesome Show, captures the warmth, banter and straight shared by Tarran and Russell as they draw on their combined skills of the executive and entrepreneur. It’s jam packed with insights for current and emerging leaders!

PLAY >>> Catch this BONUS End of Season Episode right HERE

READ >>> The Transcription PDF [coming soon]

SUBSCRIBE >>> www.theawesomeshow.com.au to future episodes!

TELL US >>> Join us on your favourite social media channel and tell us your key takeaways from this episode! Be sure to use the #LeadershipPodcast #theawesomeshowpodcast hashtags too!

Join us >>> for a practical look at leadership, resources that we’ve found helpful and have your questions answered on…The Awesome Show!

We’d love to know your thoughts and experience!

 

 

ABOUT THE CO-HOSTS: Tarran Deane & Russell Pearson

Tarran and Russell met during an International Leadership Institute in Arizona, during November 2014. They were representing Professional Speakers Australia in volunteer Leadership positions in Queensland and Victoria. Both flat out with work, and loving their spouses and kiddywinks, Tarran and Russell weren’t even sure if they’d like each other! When they met and a madcap, crazy brother-sister relationship emerged. They came back from the United States with some great ideas, purposefully kept in touch, and launched The Awesome Show as a Pilot Podcast Season for Emerging Leaders.

Since launching the Program and partnering together they’ve both enjoyed a great sense of community, strengthened the bonds between their respective PSA states, grown their businesses, spent time with each other’s family and reached more Leaders together!

Now that’s simply awesome!

Tarran Deane: Speaks and Consults to Executives and Senior Leaders on Change, Connection & Communication to Drive Results from Brisbane – Gold Coast Australia

Russell Pearson: Speaks and Consults to Companies and Organisation on Brand Design and Execution from Melbourne Victoria