#106 Liz Kislik

mindful leadership

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Liz Kislik has helped clients such as American Express, Orvis, The Girl Scouts, Comcast, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and Highlights for Children solve their thorniest problems while strengthening their top and bottom lines. Her specialty is developing high performing leaders and workforces.

She is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, Forbes and Entrepreneur, a TEDx speakerand has served as adjunct faculty at Hofstra University and New York University. She has also written for the European Financial Review and the Forward.

Liz’s articles have been included in Harvard Business Press books Guide to Motivating People and Dealing with Difficult People and in the Wall Street Journal, and she has been interviewed for The Muse, European CEO magazine, and The Financial Times

Liz talks to Ed Andrew about mindful leadership in times of crisis, how to manage your boss, hire the right person and make sure you choose the right employer.

Talking points:

  • having an extra cushion in a business and planning for the unknown, how she likes a certain amount of targeted worry (4)

 

  • helping people through crisis, separating them in the heat of the moment (8)

 

  • why developing self awareness is so important, preventing excessive reactivity (12)

 

  • asking what is going on in your body, how to calm down from a stress state (18)

 

  • the difference between high energy and calm energy, being the observer (24)

 

  • explaining 'Jesus' jobs - how 'C' suite are expected to walk on water especially CMO’s, 

 

  • hiring the best person not the right person, and where skills fit but culture does not (32)

 

  • how and why to deep reference check

 

  • discussing what is a nurturing organisation (38)

 

  • getting people to re-connect when people lose sight of themselves and how to ground yourself (42)

 

  • how to manage/approach and make a pitch  to your boss, how to think about the goals of the business not just your job tasks, talking their language  

 

  • calming yourself before a confrontation or pitch, (52) 

 

  • there is always something else you can do to make a change, (53)

 

 To contact Liz click on the following social links

https://lizkislik.com/

  • LinkedIn - Black Circle
  • Twitter

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