In this episode we hear Olivia Gorvett, an Undergraduate Psychology student, chatting with Rory Byrne. Rory is a Postdoctoral User-Researcher working at The Psychosis Research Unit within the Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. Among other things, he chats about how he came to land his role as a User-Researcher, the impact of his own experience with psychosis and the importance of future research. If you’d like to learn more about CAMHS.digital, visit our website at camhs.digital. Thank you for listening!
E168 - How to be kind and tough as a leader with former CEO Rory Byrne
Zoë Routh Leadership Podcast
Former CEO of Seafood and Maritime Training, Rory Byrne, has simple leadership approaches: be kind, listen more, and don’t be too hard on yourself. In an industry that can be volatile and complex, these simple approaches have proven to be the best way to handle complex people stuff. In this interview we unpack the nuance of these approaches and see how difficult it is to ‘do simple’.👉🏼 Want to share your experience? Ask a question? Share a resource? Jump on our podcast Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/zoerouthpodcastWhy you should listen:🎧 Leadership is influence, but it’s got to be for the right reasons - for the greater good🎧 Why listening is an underrated skill in leadership and what can be the fallout if you do it badly🎧 How beliefs are fact proof, and how you might persuade others when their beliefs are entrenchedWe explore:• What core beliefs have sustained Rory through his leadership roles• How surprising it is that people can mis-read your communication and intentions• Rory’s approach to retirement and the best advice he ever adapted in leadership***SHOWNOTES: https://www.zoerouth.com/podcast/rorybyrneAbout Rory:Rory arrived in Tasmania from the UK in his youth. From public service, to restauranter, Rory followed into fishing then aquaculture. He has held various roles from EO to Manager and CEO in the organisation that has been the Fishing Industry Training Board, then Seafood Training Tasmania and ultimately Seafood and Maritime Training. At his retirement earlier in 2020, the organisation has 10 full time staff and 20 casual staff and was the dominant provider of training for the Tasmanian Seafood Industry.***Related Episodes:E166 - How to perform under extreme pressure with CEO David Inallhttps://www.zoerouth.com/podcast/davidinallE126 - How to be wise, compassionate and peaceful - Cindy Wigglesworthhttps://www.zoerouth.com/podcast/cindywigglesworthE91 - How to be a successful CEO, Andrew Spencer, CEO Australian Pork Limitedhttps://www.zoerouth.com/podcast/spence***About your podcast host, Zoë Routh:Zoë Routh is one of Australia’s leading experts on people stuff - the stuff that gets in our way of producing results, and the stuff that lights us up. She works with the growers, makers, builders to make people stuff fun and practical.Zoë is the author of three books: 'Composure - How centered leaders make the biggest impact', 'Moments - Leadership when it matters most' and 'Loyalty - Stop unwanted staff turnover, boost engagement, and build lifelong advocates." Zoë is also the producer of the Zoë Routh Leadership Podcast.www.zoerouth.com