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Chrisa Zindros Boyce

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Chrisa Zindros Boyce

The Business Power Hour with Deb Krier

Chrisa brings over a decade of management and executive level leadership to the Handel Group®. Throughout her career, she has worked on building brands and creating business driving initiatives that have positively impacted sales, profit, and employee retention for large and small companies.As Chief Strategy Officer for Handel Group, Chrisa works closely with leaders from all divisions to ensure that HG is optimally growing and scaling as a company. Her responsibilities span business development to financial operations and marketing. In her role as an executive coach Chrisa leads Diversity and Inclusion Workshops, Culture Transformations, and High Potential Training Programs across the globe. She supports both growing companies and industry conglomerates in designing cultures and structures that lead to increased employee eetention, engagement, and profitability.Her roster of individual clients include an international group of serial entrepreneurs, perennial corporate executives, and established individual contributors that hail from a broad range of sectors including Finance, Entertainment, Fashion, Technology, Non Profit + GovernmentIn her one on one coaching, Chrisa leans into her innate creativity, intuition, and sense of humor to offer a personalized approach to help her clients meet their goals. Through an in-depth process, she helps her clients mitigate bad habits and re-balance their priorities.She believes that authenticity breeds confidence and as such she supports her clients in staying true to their values and apologetically honing their voice Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

45mins

11 Mar 2021

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AGL 181: Chrisa Zindros Boyce

A Geek Leader Podcast - inspiring technical and creative leaders around the world

About ChrisaChrisa brings over a decade of management and executive level leadership to the Handel Group®. Throughout her career, she has worked alongside C-level executives building brands and creating numerous business driving initiatives that have positively impacted sales, profit, and employee retention for large and small companies. Having served as Director and Vice President for many notable brands, Chrisa has been responsible for spearheading the launch of various divisions and managing national teams of 20+ individuals. Her responsibilities have spanned marketing strategy, project management, talent development, creative direction, and consumer experience. In 2008, Chrisa came to Handel Group® to further hone her leadership skills. After a few sessions with her coach, she realized that she had a longing to help people succeed in life and in business. Quickly thereafter, Chrisa decided to become trained in the Handel Method®. Chrisa has been teaching individuals how to integrate the method into their lives. She leads workshops and corporate retreats, and works privately with individuals and teams. Her first-hand understanding of organizational structures, the breadth of her leadership experience, and her innate creativity make her a dynamic and insightful coach. In her practice, she has helped many business leaders, entrepreneurs, and corporate executives build their careers, enhance their results, improve communication, better manage their time, and transform personal and professional relationships. Originally from Connecticut, Chrisa now lives in Manhattan with her husband. She is an avid traveler and reader. She is currently working on her first book and the renovation of a townhouse on the Upper West Side.Today We Talked AboutChrisa's backgroundFashionCoaching to grow leadershipSkill CoachingTrainingWHY??Accepting feedbackTrustRelationshipsEqualing the Playing FieldPerspective is EverythingLeadership is about the "We" not the "Me"Moving from team member to team leaderConnect with ChrisaLinkedInWebsitelive@manning conferences: Math for Data ScienceSecuring a job in data science, AI, machine learning, cryptography, and other programming fields requires strong math skills. live@manning conferences: Math for Data Science is a unique chance to learn from statisticians and other math masters in Manning’s network of experts. Dec. 1, 2020 - Live on Twitch.See how math makes your life easier as a data scientist, get tips and tricks on handling data, and have your questions answered. Register for FreeI hope you enjoyed this show, please head over to Apple Podcast and subscribe and leave me a rating and review, even 1 sentence will help spread the word.  Thanks again!

41mins

6 Nov 2020

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344: Chrisa Zindros Boyce on Empowering Leadership

Better Than Before with Tony Richards

Our podcast is designed to provide you with top business insights, fresh perspectives from world-class guests, and the tools you need to lead better than before. In this episode, Tony Richards interviews Chrisa Zindros Boyce, the Chief Strategy Officer of Handel Group, on her personalized approach to help her coaching clients meet their goals.Learn to Human Better with the new online coaching course from Handel Group, Inner.U Career.Get Inner.U Career for just $325 with your coupon. (regular price $650). Receive lifetime access to Inner.U with your subscription which includes: 12 audio coaching sessions from co-founder Lauren Zander, 1 free private coaching session with an HG coach, 14 homework assignments, and the interactive Promise Tracker to accelerate your accountability and track your promises and consequences. Get Started with your BETTERTHANBEFORE coupon at: http://bit.ly/betterthanbefore-IU Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

43mins

3 Nov 2020

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Rise to be a Leader | Chrisa Zindros Boyce

Health Coach Radio

Today's guest on the show is Chrisa Zindros Boyce.  Chrisa is a leader with the Handel Group, a renowned corporate consulting and life coaching company dedicated to teaching people how to realize their personal and professional visions.  She supports growing companies and industry conglomerates in designing cultures and structures that lead to increased employee retention, engagement, and profitability.  Chrisa also has a strong roster of individual clients including an international group of serial entrepreneurs, perineal corporate executives, and established individual contributors.  In her coaching practice, Chrisa leans on her innate creativity, intuition, and sense of humor to offer an individualized coaching experience for her clients. In this episode, we discuss her transition from the corporate world to coaching, the idea of walking the walk if you are going to be a good coach, tons of great coaching tactics to bring out the best in your clients, and much more! If you are interested in learning more about the art and science of coaching, today's episode is for you! To learn how to become a health coach or to up-level your skills and credentials as a health coach, visit primalhealthcoach.com.

1hr 2mins

9 Oct 2020

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121: The Win-Win Approach to Politicking at Work with Chrisa Zindros Boyce

The Modern Manager: Create and Lead Successful Teams

Politicking often gets a bad rap, prompting feelings of disgust or unease. But when done right, politicking can actually benefit everyone involved and feel good at the same time. How? Because politicking at its core is all about building good relationships.  In this episode, I speak with Chrisa Zindros Boyce. Chrisa has been a consultant, executive coach and educator with Handel Group since 2009. Her clients, an international group of serial entrepreneurs, perennial corporate executives and established individual contributors hail from a broad range of sectors including Finance, Legal Media, Entertainment, Fashion, Technology and Government. Chrisa teaches her clients how to define their leadership brand, strengthen their competitive edge and foster relationships that impact the bottom line. She helps them learn to navigate corporate structures and promote themselves in an ever-competitive and evolving world. Chrisa and I talk about politicking: how you can build and leverage relationships at work to get what you want or need, and how to do it without that yucky, slimy feeling that so often comes with the idea of playing the politics game. Members of The Modern Manager community can listen to an encore episode with Chrisa where we talk about The Power of One. In addition, members get the chance to win a free 30-min coaching session with prior guest Todd Palmer to help you get unstuck around crucial or difficult conversations, change, adjusting to the new normal, or whatever is on your mind. You must be a member by October 6th, 2020 for a chance to win the session with Todd. To learn more about membership and to join, go to www.themodernmanager.com/join Subscribe to the Modern Manager newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. Read the related blog article: Make Politicking At Work Relational Not Transactional Key Takeaways Good politicking is relational, not transactional. It doesn't need to feel slimy or inauthentic.  We politic by spreading goodwill, trust, and support in the workplace through building one-on-one relationships Your coworkers will only support you in a cause if you invest the time for them to get to know you and like you Give first, ask later. Demonstrate that you are willing to first help before asking for help yourself. Make clear through your actions that you care about the “We”, not the “I”. Managers need to show that they can set aside their personal wants to help their team get ahead. Reflect on your personality, mindset or behaviors that take you away from being “We”- focused It’s important to get to know both those above and below you. Those who report to you will only execute their best work if they know you, like you, and feel that you care about their best interests Reach out for connections. Ask your boss to put you in meetings that will help build relationships, or set up a Zoom cocktail to get to know a colleague Invest daily in practices that build up your reputation as someone who is collaborative and supportive. Mark times in your calendar to build relationships, whether through pop ins or quick messages For every work relationship, the responsibility (the work we do) and the rapport (how our coworkers feel about us) components need to be in equilibrium KEEP UP WITH CHRISA Website:https://www.handelgroup.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HGLifeCoaching LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-handel-group/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HGLifeCoaching Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/handelgroup/ mamie@mamieks.com

33mins

22 Sep 2020

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Chrisa Zindros Boyce - The Power of Good Coaching

Excellent Decisions

Chrisa Lindros Boyce, (https://www.handelgroup.com/chrisa-zindros/, https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisa-zindros-boyce-66006a91/) shares her personal story and the unique ways that she and her company coach people to success in their life and business.

43mins

27 Aug 2020

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S6E27 - The Power of Personality and Reputation, with Chrisa Zindros Boyce

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Westover talks with Chrisa Zindros Boyce about the power of personality and reputation. See the video here: Chrisa Zindros Boyce (https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisa-zindros-boyce-66006a91/) brings over a decade of management and executive level leadership to the Handel Group®. Throughout her career, she has worked alongside C-level executives building brands and creating numerous business driving initiatives that have positively impacted sales, profit, and employee retention for large and small companies. Having served as Director and Vice President for many notable brands, Chrisa has been responsible for spearheading the launch of various divisions and managing national teams of 20+ individuals. Her responsibilities have spanned marketing strategy, project management, talent development, creative direction, and consumer experience. In 2008, Chrisa came to Handel Group® to further hone her leadership skills. After a few sessions with her coach, she realized that she had a longing to help people succeed in life and in business. Quickly thereafter, Chrisa decided to become trained in the Handel Method®. Chrisa has been teaching individuals how to integrate the method into their lives. She leads workshops and corporate retreats, and works privately with individuals and teams. Her first-hand understanding of organizational structures, the breadth of her leadership experience, and her innate creativity make her a dynamic and insightful coach. In her practice, she has helped many business leaders, entrepreneurs, and corporate executives build their careers, enhance their results, improve communication, better manage their time, and transform personal and professional relationships. Originally from Connecticut, Chrisa now lives in Manhattan with her husband. She is an avid traveler and reader. She is currently working on her first book and the renovation of a townhouse on the Upper West Side.   Ranked in the Top 15 Personal Development Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ ; Ranked in the Top 15 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ ; Ranked in the Top 15 HR Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/

27mins

19 Aug 2020

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1860: Defining Your Leadership Brand with Chrisa Zindros Boyce

Inside LaunchStreet with Tamara Ghandour

Most of us have a sense that if we’re really brilliant at our job, we’ll eventually get promoted to a leadership role, but something we often don’t realize is that doing and leading are two different things. And being great at doing, doesn’t mean that you’ll be great at leading. That’s because leadership is not an inherent skill — it's learned and trained. Chrisa Zindros Boyce is an expert on helping people figure out their leadership brand, and has some great insights on power shifting, and the importance of having a dream. Chrisa has been a consultant, executive coach, and educator with the Handel Group since 2009. She works with serial entrepreneurs, perennial corporate executives, and established individual contributors around the world from a broad range of sectors including Finance, Legal Media, Entertainment, Fashion, Technology, and Government, to teach them how to define their leadership brand, strengthen their competitive edge and foster relationships that impact the bottom line. Comfort is often a big reason for not changing. Chrisa explains how micro-changes and small nudges can be more effective in adding up to big changes, particularly when it comes to getting buy-in for innovative ideas. She also explains why climbing up the salary and responsibility ladder in an organization often decreases people’s ability to do their jobs and why having dreams for your career is so important (rather than getting stuck in goals). We dive into power shifting and discuss how we can make the mental shift to avoid listening to your ‘chicken’ and conceding defeat before you even begin through rescripting and reframing. Of course, all of this ties into how you can become a stronger leader and innovator — find out how with Chrisa. If you are ready to: get buy-in from key decision makers on your next big idea be a high-impact, high-value member that ignites change foster a culture of innovation where everyone on your team is bringing innovative ideas that tackle challenges and seize opportunities… Join us on LaunchStreet — gotolaunchstreet.com Mentioned in This Episode: Burst of Innovation Live Video on website — drivers and resistors of change and innovation Chrisa Zindros Boyce on LinkedIn Handel Group InnerU “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” by Chrisa Zindros Boyce Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World, by Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall

54mins

22 Nov 2019