On Being Sustainably Human at Work with Liz Wiltsie
If you’ve ever wondered about how to bring your whole self to your workplace, this conversation is for you. On today’s episode, I interview Liz Wiltsie. Liz supports people to become sustainably human at work by naming their needs, becoming accountable, and practicing generative feedback. Liz reminds us that while we might be infinite, our capacity is finite -- meaning, we only have a certain amount of energy to use each day. She shares more about choices that you can make to guard your capacity, particularly in the workplace. She urges us to ask ourselves the question, "How do you want to feel at the end of the day?" and work backwards to make decisions about how to care for ourselves, what to ask for, and what support we might need over the course of the day. I just adore Liz's work and am so excited to share her with you. Tune in to hear more about the 4 elemental needs in the workplace (and what you can do to get yours met), the 3 aspects of becoming sustainably human at work, and Liz’s back story to creating her new Field Guide. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liz Wiltsie: Getting Your Needs Met at Work (#018)
Dealing with Goliath: Psychological Edge for Business Leaders
Liz Wiltsie is a trauma-informed leadership specialist based out of Los Angeles. She's on a mission to support people in getting their needs met at work and organizations who genuinely want to put theirpeople first. To that end, she created an interactive Field Guide to Naming Your Needs at Work and hosts the podcast, What's Leadership?On a personal note, I've been blessed to know Liz for over a year now and her clarity of thought and attention to detail is always invaluable and it always comes from a place of great fun, usually laughter and a lot of humanity.Liz works with people who love their work but still suffers from burnout, resentment and communication issues.Topics explored:- The way most deal with these issues is unfortunate and highly ineffective- Before quarantine: Just 15% of global workforces are engaged at work- The surprising cost of replacing a staff member - Not the driver, but make people happier at work and you'll make more money- The 2x2 model based on 2 key questions which clarifies what workplace you're in- Robots, divas, martyrs and humans: how they interact- The 4 essential buckets of needs for people to do their best workIf you enjoyed this episode of Dealing with Goliath Podcast, hit subscribe to hear about our latest episodes. If you're interested in more visit ▶ www.almcbride.com/minicoursefor a free email minicourse on how to gain the psychological edge in your negotiations and critical conversations along with a helpful negotiation prep cheat sheet.
Liz Wiltsie - Come Get Your Folks: White Supremacy, Abolition + Divesting from Systems of Oppression
The Nekkid Pod
Welcome to the Nekkid Podcast!Find the full show notes for this podcast here. In This Episode: NYC, 9/11, and the stories of a nation White folks + white supremacy White supremacy in education Slavery and modern times Hidden history White guilt + white fragility Extending care Working in solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives How to be an ally The modern-day abolitionist movement Queerness and Imagination Getting our needs met Resources: The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin Silencing the Past by Michel-Rolph Trouillot Sonya Renee Taylor M4BL AWARE SURGE White People for Black Lives Patrisse Cullors Richie Reseda Taina Vargas-Edmond Mariame Kaba The Power Manual: How to Master Complex Power Dynamics by Cyndi Suarez White Supremacy Culture - Tema Okun Bunny McKensie Mack Desiree Adaway Justice for Daniel Prude: Free The People Roc Community Town Hall on Alternatives to Policing and Public Health The City of Rochester's People's Demands Call the Rochester Attorney General's Office and demand the prosecution of Mark Vaughn, Troy Taladay, and Francisco Santiago - (585) 546 -4730 Donate to Daniel Prude's Family Donate to Black organizers for protective gear, supplies + bail fund for protestors - Venmo @BLMroc, Cash App @NoJusticeNoPeace585 Where to find Liz Wiltsie: Instagram: @wiltsieWebsite: Sustainably Human Podcast: Sustainably Human with Liz WiltsieLiz's Field Guide to Naming Your Needs at WorkSupport the Podcast:Financial - PayPal + CashApp + Venmo Subscribe - Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify Review on Apple Podcasts!Share! ★ Support this podcast ★
How to Lead Remote Teams in Crisis – In Just 7 Minutes with Liz Wiltsie
Marketing The Invisible
Discover how to gain massive upticks of respect from your subordinates but still be human especially in this time of crisis Learn the challenges business owners face in converting everything from physical into digital space with basically no practice and no warning Learn why being an extreme micromanager is a pitfall when managing teams remotely and how it puts pressure to everyone from the top on down to prove that they're doing work Resources/Links:(Available for Download Soon) Cheat Sheet with 4 Keys to Modeling Accountability: https://go.sentendremethod.com/MTISummaryIn response to the pandemic, organizations allowed their employees to work from home, and flexible work arrangements became the new normal.But the sudden shift from physical to digital space and indefinite length of this period have caused anxiety and uncertainty to business leaders and owners.Businesses are forced to adapt to changes overnight, management worries on how to manage remote teams and maintain productivity — what’s perhaps most at risk in this strange new world of work.Liz Wiltsie is a trauma-informed leadership development coach and consultant with diverse industry experience. Liz’s super-power is breaking complex topics down into actionable insight.In this episode, Liz shares how she and her company, Sentendre, helps business owners build communities where people feel profoundly seen and understood at work. Check out these episode highlights:01:32 – Liz's ideal client: "My ideal client is people who want to be better leaders of remote teams. That's pretty simple." 01:43 – Problem Liz helps solve: "The main problem is that people don't know how to lead remote teams effectively, particularly at a moment of global crisis." 02:10 – Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Liz: "So, one is a lack of morale now that you are not in physical space together. The second is an enormous pressure to just be business as usual, to be able to convert everything that you used to do into digital space with basically no practice and no warning. And then the third is a feeling of being overwhelmed by a lot of new technology at once." 03:13 – What are some of the common mistakes that folks make before finding Liz and her solution?: "One of the things that they do is that they assume that there's a one-to-one translation between physical space and digital space. And they try to make the same things work." 06:27 – Liz's Valuable Free Action(VFA): "I've seen people have massive upticks in respect of their team just by admitting that like they're a real person in this moment." 07:45 – Liz's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Cheat Sheet with 4 Keys to Modeling Accountability: https://go.sentendremethod.com/MTI 08:00 – Q: Are these practices relevant outside of a crisis?? A: Yes, they are." And that there's a whole lot of things that we're doing now and reimagining how work looks and how we support people that I think should absolutely continue once the danger has passed.Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode:“Leaders need to show that they're real. Not leaning too far into the mistake, and allowing people to have actual human responses.'” -@wiltsieClick To TweetTranscript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland: 0:09 Hello everyone, and a very warm welcome to another edition of Marketing The Invisible. My name is Tom Poland, joined today by Liz Wiltsie. Liz, good day, very warm welcome. Where are you hanging out?Liz Wiltsie: 0:19 Thanks for having me, Tom. I'm in Los Angeles, California.Tom Poland:0:21 L.A. and we're all hunkered down and shut down, and a lockdown in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis, which is incredibly apt because Liz's superpower is breaking comp...
Gaining Respect as a Leader through Accountability with Liz Wiltsie
Audacious Leaders Podcast
Why is accountability such an important leadership principle? When you make people accountable for their actions, you're effectively teaching them to value their work. When done right, accountability can increase your team members' skills and confidence-- an instant respect generator as stated by Liz,our guest. Liz Wiltsie is a professional business consultant and coach with diverse industry experience, ranging from documentary filmmaking, small business technology, and education administration. She has been mentoring and coaching Millennials and Gen Z for 13 years and brings a unique perspective because of her time in business, tech, and education. Her super-power is breaking complex topics down into actionable insight. What areas might be stopping you from being your best, most natural leader? Check-out the 10 Hidden Growth Opportunities for Top Leaders: visit www.QuizLeaders.com Key Takeaways: “If you are willing to say, ‘here's what I did, here's what went wrong. Here's how it impacted people, here's my actual apology to the people I impacted.’ Then, you have those people at the top starting to really model that behavior. And so the people below them learn that the world doesn't end if they make a mistake.” – Liz Wiltsie “The idea that like having someone who's in any sort of position of power, apologize. It's an absolute sort of overnight respect generator.” – Liz Wiltsie “If they're willing to be accountable, then folks who are working for them are like, ‘Oh, I'm valuable. I'm valuable in this situation because this person apologized for something having gone wrong to me.”– Liz Wiltsie Ways to contact Liz Wiltsie Cheat Sheet with 4 Keys to Modeling Accountability: https://offers.sentendremethod.com/audacious-leaders LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wiltsie Twitter: https://twitter.com/wiltsie Sentendremethod.com:http://sentendremethod.com/ www.leadsthepodcast.com : http://www.leadsthepodcast.com
Use Accountability to Gain Respect with Liz Wiltsie
Optimal Instinct with Trish
Liz Wiltsie is a professional business consultant and coach with diverse industry experience, ranging from documentary filmmaking, small business technology, and education administration. She has been mentoring and coaching Millennials and Gen Z for 13 years and brings a unique perspective because of her time in business, tech, and education. Her super-power is breaking complex topics down into actionable insight. In this episode, Liz shares her management style that earns the utmost respect from colleagues and team even amidst you, showing your human side. She will give us tips on what to take note of when you are on the leadership position. And not to be missed are her insights on mistakes most people in leadership position commit and at the same time, what needs to be avoided when you are at the top hierarchical end of the organization. Why you have to check out today’s podcast: Discover how to avoid the pitfalls of the Peter Principle Know how to gain respect from your subordinates but still be human As a leader, learn how to hold someone accountable without being threatening “Once you get into a leadership position, there's often hesitation to be accountable for anything as people move up in the ranks of leadership that feel like there are higher and higher stakes.” - Liz Wiltsie Valuable Free Resource from Liz: Free Cheatsheet: 4 Keys to Modelling Accountability Especially for Millennial and GenZ: https://offers.sentendremethod.com/tagle/ Key Takeaways: You spend, on average, 90,000 hours at work in your lifetime; if you don't enjoy your work environment, it affects everything else. Three areas that Liz focuses on respect without fear, motivating without manipulation, building morale without false praise. When you make a mistake, own it fast and publicly, the bigger your title, the more public you need to own it. Owning it doesn't mean belaboring it but just admitting it and providing or working on the solution. Never think that someone doesn't have a valid opinion. Connect With Liz Wiltsie: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wiltsie Twitter: https://twitter.com/wiltsie Sentendremethod.com :http://sentendremethod.com/ www.leadsthepodcast.com : http://www.leadsthepodcast.com Connect With Trish Tagle: TrishTagle.com: https://trishtagle.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrishTagleLeadership/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciatagle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamtrishtagle/ Book: Everyone Knows You Suck: Bad Boss Stories. A Succinct Guide by Trish Tagle