“When is that moment when [my] brain goes to shaming, blaming, defensiveness, victimization, patronization, persecution?”
According to Denise Cooper, Founder and CEO of Remarkable Leadership Lessons, the key to stepping out of the repetitive cycles of shame and blame we’ve been socialized to engage in is to develop awareness of the moment this starts to happen.
Much like her book Remarkable Leadership Lessons: Change Results One Conversation at a Time, this episode of the Workplace Communication Podcast is designed to let you see the power and potential within you, and how if you show up, step up, and speak up, you can get the results you really want.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
🎙️ What leaders can do so that others will want to stay in a conversation with you
🎙️ Discover the link between someone feeling they’re a victim and using shame to get others to conform
🎙️ How letting go of the weapons of shame and blame encourages everyone to do their best at work
🎙️ Tips to escape the shame and blame cycle so you can genuinely impact change
🎙️ Signs leaders can look for to know they’re doing right by their team
Denise Cooper is the Founder and CEO of Remarkable Leadership Lessons, a company founded over 10 years ago to assist C-suite, senior-level business leaders, and managers in raising their game as contributors to profitability.
Denise serves as an Executive Coach and Keynote Speaker, with a proven process for grooming diverse candidates for succession. She does this through one-on-one customized development plans, professional assessments, and time-proven case studies.
If you’re looking to step out of the shame and blame cycle once and for all, then this episode is for you!
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