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In episode 12 of the Mission-Critical Leadership Podcast, we talk about Team Dynamics and Emotional Intelligence. What are the benefits of a team with a high degree of emotional intelligence? How do we know when we have it? How do we develop it if we don’t? We dive into that and a whole lot more in this episode. Join us.

In This Episode

In this episode, we talk about the team dynamics and emotional intelligence overlap that your team needs to have. We will discuss:

Team Dynamics and Emotional Intelligence

Recently, I had a personal value disrespected. While it looked like I was angry, I wasn’t. The problem is that disrespect and anger can present similarly. Where I failed was to make a clear expectation of my result. When that expectation wasn’t met, it wasn’t the other person’s fault. It was mine. I needed to do better. Learning how to name, identify and express emotions appropriately is part of what it means to be a mission-critical leader. Had I done better, the team would have performed better. Let’s learn about the relationship between team dynamics and emotional intelligence.

About Justin

Dr. Justin Hiebert works with mission-critical leaders to accomplish the unimaginable. Realizing that no leader has ever needed more things to do, he works with his clients to get the right things done. His clients rise above burnout, captivate their teams, and transform their communities. By engaging their hearts and minds, his clients unlock their full potential to be, do, and have it all. This affords them the ability to leave a legacy of influence and impact on the world. He is a husband, father, teacher, learner, and champion of joy. He resides in Bakersfield with his wife, four kids, two cats, and one dog. In his free time, he loves exercising, riding motorcycles, and doing anything outdoors.

Welcome to Episode 11 of the Mission-Critical Leadership Podcast. In this episode, we talk about ways to create compounding wins as an emotionally intelligent leader. You’ll walk away with three practical things you can do to grow as a leader, develop your emotional intelligence, and lead others effectively.

In This Episode

In this episode, we talk about:

  • Ways to create compounding wins as an emotionally intelligent leader. Podcast cover art for episode 11 titled creating compounding wins as an emotionally intelligent leader
  • How to avoid the emotional deficit.
  • Fostering a winning culture.
  • How to help others feel heard.
  • Ways to process difficult emotions.
  • And more!

Compounding Wins as an Emotionally Intelligent Leader

Here are two quotes I share in the episode to help you:

The emotionally unhealthy leader is someone who operates in a continuous state of emotional and spiritual deficit, lacking emotional maturity.  – Peter Scazzero

The greatest leaders have no victims. The best victories make no losers.  – Art

About Justin

Dr. Justin Hiebert works with mission-critical leaders to accomplish the unimaginable. Realizing that no leader has ever needed more things to do, he works with his clients to get the right things done. His clients rise above burnout, captivate their teams, and transform their communities. By engaging their hearts and minds, his clients unlock their full potential to be, do, and have it all. This affords them the ability to leave a legacy of influence and impact on the world. He is a husband, father, teacher, learner, and champion of joy. He resides in Bakersfield with his wife, four kids, two cats, and one dog. In his free time, he loves exercising, riding motorcycles, and doing anything outdoors.

Mission-Critical Leaders all have a high degree of leadership emotional intelligence. You can’t be a great leader without it. In this episode of the Mission-Critical Leadership Podcast, we talk about ways you can become aware of, enhance, and grow your leadership emotional intelligence.

Episode 9

Years ago, I worked with a leader who had two emotional states: disinterest and anger. He was difficult to work with, extremely negative, and frequently became hostile. When it came time for performance reviews, he could never understand why he wasn’t promoted. 

He was an emotionally unintelligent leader. And he hurt a lot of people. Podcast Cover Art for episode 9

In contrast to this, mission-critical leaders strive to practice a high degree of emotional intelligence.

Let’s talk about it.

In this episode

In this episode we talk about:

  • Your emotional availability and why it matters for your leadership journey.
  • The emotional color wheel and how to better identify your emotions.
  • The cost of being an emotionally stunted leader.
  • Tools and resources to help your leadership emotional intelligence.
  • Two negative (and one positive) ways to handle conflict.
  • Why leaders can’t “win through wounding.”
  • And a quick review of Marlene Chism’s book From Conflict to Courage.

About Justin

Dr. Justin Hiebert works with mission-critical leaders to accomplish the unimaginable. Realizing that no leader has ever needed more things to do, he works with his clients to get the right things done. His clients rise above burnout, captivate their teams, and transform their communities. By engaging their hearts and minds, his clients unlock their full potential to be, do, and have it all. This affords them the ability to leave a legacy of influence and impact on the world. He is a husband, father, teacher, learner, and champion of joy. He resides in Bakersfield with his wife, four kids, two cats, and one dog. In his free time, he loves exercising, riding motorcycles, and doing anything outdoors.

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Welcome to the Mission-Critical Leadership Podcast! In this episode, we talk about three c’s to sustained success. We also talk about how you can implement these strategies into every area of life so you can be, do, and have it all!

Episode 8

This is episode eight of the mission-critical leadership podcast and we talk about the three c’s to sustained success.

I firmly believe that it isn’t just enough to win in one area of life, I want to win in every area of life. I want a life of excellence, and I work to provide that to my clients. In order to do that, I need to make sure that I’m working on getting the right things done.

To help, I practice three c’s to sustained success. Podcast Cover art for episode 8

First, I seek clarity. Clarity provides action. When I have clarity, I know how to create a plan to help me achieve my goals. Clarity is inspiring.

Second, I become committed. Once I know my destination clearly, I become committed to achieving it. I can’t just do the work when I feel like it, I have to do it every day. Commitment holds me accountable.

Third, I practice consistency. So what if I’m clear and committed if I don’t consistently put in the work? I’ll only reach half of what I set out to do. High performers know that isn’t good enough. Instead, they consistently put in the work and focus on the results, no matter the circumstances.

In This Episode

In this episode, we talk about:

  • These three c’s to sustained success
  • How to implement them in all areas of life
  • Common pitfalls and hurdles you will face
  • Handling the emotional joy of Monday (and the pain of Friday)
  • And much more!

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About Justin

Dr. Justin Hiebert works with mission-critical leaders to accomplish the unimaginable. Realizing that no leader has ever needed more things to do, he works with his clients to get the right things done. His clients rise above burnout, captivate their teams, and transform their communities. By engaging their hearts and minds, his clients unlock their full potential to be, do, and have it all. This affords them the ability to leave a legacy of influence and impact on the world. He is a husband, father, teacher, learner, and champion of joy. He resides in Bakersfield with his wife, four kids, two cats, and one dog. In his free time, he loves exercising, riding motorcycles, and doing anything outdoors.

Mission-Critical Leadership Podcast Cover Art with Text The Character of Goal Achievement

In this episode of the Mission-Critical Leadership Podcast, we talk about the character of goal achievement. It’s one thing to set a goal, it is another to become a person worthy of those goals so we can steward them responsibly.

Let’s dive in!

In This Episode

In this episode, we talk about:

Mission-Critical Leadership Podcast Cover Art with Text The Character of Goal Achievement

  • The difference between motivation and discipline
  • Why motivation is so exhausting
  • How to be a person of discipline
  • How to set SMARTER goals
  • The Character of personal change
  • How to build character to avoid ruin
  • Building a life of sustainable success

 

The reality is that sustained success is hard. We can’t achieve it without discipline. Even more than that, we can’t do it without the character of goal achievement. It is a necessary component of success that we often miss. Learn the secret to sustained success in this episode.

 

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About Justin

Dr. Justin Hiebert works with mission-critical leaders to accomplish the unimaginable. Realizing that no leader has ever needed more things to do, he works with his clients to get the right things done. His clients rise above burnout, captivate their teams, and transform their communities. By engaging their hearts and minds, his clients unlock their full potential to be, do, and have it all. This affords them the ability to leave a legacy of influence and impact on the world. He is a husband, father, teacher, learner, and champion of joy. He resides in Bakersfield with his wife, four kids, two cats, and one dog. In his free time, he loves exercising, riding motorcycles, and doing anything outdoors.