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Medley: Your first senior leadership or director-level role

This week we have another of our special medley episodes. You will hear from five highly successful leaders all sharing their first-hand advice, and the single most important tip for when you’re stepping up into your next leadership role.

Specifically, I asked each and every one of them this question:

What is the main piece of advice you would give to someone stepping into their very first senior leadership or director level role?

You will hear form:

  • Simon Ursell, Founder and MD of Tyler Grange
  • Kelly Swingler who is a Burnout Prevention Strategist and Coach
  • Joshua Berry, the founder and MD at Econic
  • Cass Dunn, who is a clinical and coaching psychologist
  • Kevin Eikenberry, Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group

Links to full episodes mentioned in this episode:

Adopting a 4-Day Work Week for Your Business with Simon Ursell:

How to Prevent Burnout with Kelly Swingler:

Being Intentionally Naive with Joshua Berry:

Tackling Imposter Syndrome with Cass Dunn:

Leading Long-Distance Teams to Success with Kevin Eikenberry:

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