The Power of Winning Relationships | 10 Insights from Morag Barrett
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Morag Barrett's experience ranges from senior executive coaching, to developing high impact teams, to leadership development programs across Europe, America, and Asia.

She is a sought-after speaker, trainer, and the founder of SkyeTeam. With 25 years' experience in industries around the globe, Morag understands the challenges of running a business and managing people.

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The Power of Winning Relationships | 10 Insights from Morag Barrett The Power of Winning Relationships | 10 Insights from Morag Barrett Presentation Transcript

  • Powered by insights from Morag Barrett
  • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  • Morag Barrett Morag Barrett’s experience ranges from senior executive coaching, to developing high impact teams, to leadership develop- ment programs across Europe, America, and Asia. She is a sought-after speaker, trainer, and the founder of SkyeTeam. With 25 years’ experience in industries around the globe, Morag understands the challenges of run- ning a business and managing people. @SkyeMorag View slide
  • 1 Admired companies make it a priority to get their people aligned with their business plan, not the other way around. give everyone a voice. View slide
  • 2 The 3 premises of cultivating winning relationships at work include:
  • 2 The 3 premises of cultivating winning relationships at work include: Recognizing that the world of work is a team sport
  • 2 The 3 premises of cultivating winning relationships at work include: Acknowledging that your success is dependent upon others
  • 2 The 3 premises of cultivating winning relationships at work include: And, that relationships matter.
  • 3 Healthy conflict strengthens relationships. The level of candor and debate inside an organization signals a vibrant company that values human capital.
  • 4 Your relationship ecosystem will include:
  • 4 Your relationship ecosystem will include: Allies - Those who always have your back
  • 4 Your relationship ecosystem will include: Supporters - Those who appear to have your back until the going gets tough
  • 4 Your relationship ecosystem will include: Rivals - Those competitors focused on their own agenda
  • 4 Your relationship ecosystem will include: Rivals - Those competitors focused on their own agenda
  • 4 Your relationship ecosystem will include: Adversaries - Those who are overt or covert
  • 5 Leaders who excel at cultivating other leaders are likely to have:
  • 5 Leaders who excel at cultivating other leaders are likely to have: An outward focus showing genuine curiosity for the wellbeing of those working with them
  • 5 Leaders who excel at cultivating other leaders are likely to have: An inward focus always being their own most trusted ally
  • 6 Every relationship is built one conversation at a time. make it a human connection every time.
  • 7 Keep in mind that generational difference may have a bearing on consumerism, but on building relationships. everyone want to be heard and acknowledged.
  • 8 If you find yourself in an adversarial relationship, seek to fix it first and you’ll be likely to discover misaligned expectations.
  • 9 As the leader,don’t expect to gain allies at work, if you’re not first a trusted ally to them. model the behavior you desire in others.
  • 10 Being smart gets you a seat at the table - still it’s your emotional intelligence that will help you build enduring success.
  • How many people would consider you a trusted ally? REALLY REFLECT...
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