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The landscape of business is changing...radically. Yet leadership is being taught the same way it's always been taught. When the world is changing, it’s time to bring our leadership styles along for the ride.

Thanks to cutting-edge neuroscience, we now have access to new tools and new language that inspires action, collaboration, and innovation in the modern workplace. And Let's Fix Leadership is designed to bring you the best of these cutting-edge tools, exercises, best practices, and modern leadership strategies - every week.

Whether you're a company leader, corporate visionary, intrapreneur, or entrepreneur, this show gives you new insights into the neuroscience and language of leadership, as well as practical steps and tips you can take back to the office.

So you can lead your teams in powerful ways, and keep your people happy and engaged while achieving your biggest goals. Because no one ever changed the world by doing things the way they've always been done...

Feb 16, 2023

For better or worse, the language we use as leaders creates the world our people work inside of. Based on what we say, we can make them feel like they’re on a winning team or a losing team, especially on long-term projects.

Our teams need to feel like they are winning in some way every day, and if we’re not allowing them to celebrate the smaller milestones, success will always feel out of reach.

So how do we create a winning environment through our words? In this episode, I’m talking about using our language to build our teams up and keep them marching forward -- together.

Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode 

How to create winning energy
The work is the same, but your language creates the energy.

How to make people feel like winners even when the finish line is out of sight
Before we jump into the next stage of a long-term project, why do we need to create room for reflection and celebration?

How to prevent burnout and overwhelm
Let the team celebrate over time, so they can build up evidence of success.