In this fascinating discussion I'm talking with Alison Blackler of 2minds. Alison is a transformational mind coach, speaker and 2x author of 'A Path Travelled' series - what that means is that she supports and helps people work with their minds to transform how they view themselves and the world around them.
As Alison says "basically anywhere where there is a mind I can pop up and hopefully help them".
During the conversation we dive into the strategies, processes and frameworks that you and your team can put in place to manage the difficulties of change in your accountancy firm in a much more effective and personal, if not human, way.
It's a revealing, candid and enormously insightful interview. Do join me on this podcast to hear what Alison has to say...
"People think being vulnerable and not knowing how to manage something is a negative, weak thing, but actually it's the opposite.
"If you're going to be courageous and take your business or your style a different way, you will feel super vulnerable to start with, but just having the courage to say, okay, this is all new...
"I honestly think if you allow your mind to feel safer and to say to yourself, it's all right - it's okay to not feel okay."
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Resources mentioned in this podcast:
The SCARF Model
A Path Travelled:
How to make sense of your life
A Path Travelled:
How to make sense of relationships
Business Breakthrough Report
Lead With Purpose
Awareness can lead to a change in attitude
One size does not fit all
Check your own 'style,' then look to your teams'
Certainty / Ambiguity
Purpose & values can lead to clarity
The SCARF model
Unconscious reactions and informed responses
Its okay to not be okay
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