Episode 18

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4th Aug 2020

Using Resources

Using Resources

Personal Growth Initiative: Part 3

It becomes more and more evident that to stay the course – to become a sustainable healthy leader - personal and professional growth need to pursued. Both are needed to compound the consistent delivery of excellence during times of unprecedented change and perhaps, chaos.  

Using resources:

The WHO: understanding the value of a reference group

The WHAT: test the choices of your resources

Jane Mandalios, published a tool that can help you. It is called RADAR

R: relevant

A: authority

D: date

A: appearance

R: reason for writing. 

This week consider how you, as a leader, use resources to advance your growth.

We all know that when we are growing, we are healthier. 

Everyone wins with a healthy leader.

Connect with Nina Ellison at https://www.healthyleadership.online/


Resources:

Hazledine, S. (n.d.). MedWorld. Five steps to creating a peer group that lifts you up. Retrieved December 16, 2018, from http://www.medworld.org/surround_yourself_by_people_who_fill_you_up_not_empty_you.

Mandalios, J. (2013). Radar: An approach for helping students evaluate internet resources. Journal of Information Science, Volume 39 (4). Page 470 – 478. 

Offit, P. (2010). The Lancet retracts 1998 study linking autism to MMR vaccine. Infectious Diseases in Children. Retrieved from https://www.healio.com/news/pediatrics/20120331/the-lancet-retracts-1998-study-linking-autism-to-mmr-vaccine

Robitschek, C., Ashton, M. W., Spering, C. C., Geiger, N., Byers, D., Schotts, G. C., & Thoen, M. A. (2012). Development and psychometric evaluation of the Personal Growth Initiative Scale – II. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 59, 274-287. doi: 10.1037/a0027310


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The Art of Leadership
Experienced leader, Niña Ellison, focuses on those seeking a fresh perspective into some of the hardest skills a leader will ever learn.
The Art of Leadership with Niña Ellison focuses on the soft skills of leadership, their value and the power of their influence. As a leader, if you are interested in moving from success to significance then balancing both hard and soft skills is essential! These seemingly opposing skills complement rather than compete with each other. Hard skills are demonstrated through technical expertise that results in clearly measured goals being reached. They are vital to the success of any initiative or program. On the other hand, soft skills emphasize the transformation of people more than the transaction of tasks. They highlight behavioral changes and making a difference in people’s lives. This podcast is for leaders who are seeking a fresh perspective into some of the hardest soft skills a leader will ever learn. You can connect with Nina at https://www.healthyleadership.online

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A leader with over 20 years of experience empowering others to consistently deliver excellence that results in increased growth for the leader, the team and those they serve.