Craig Johns talks about 8 Ways To OWN Your OWN Influence, the third phase of Breaking The CEO Code. OWN 8 teaches you eight ways you can own your own influence to enhance your performance and impact on the world.
8 Ways To OWN Your OWN Influence
The world is constantly challenging us through disruption, competing priorities and competition for our attention; therefore we must take control of our own story and influence.
Your have to own your own life and realize that life is not a dress rehearsal. How much of your life do you really own and take full responsibility for?
You are the sum total of your decisions. You own the choices that you make. To enable the shift you need it starts with creating your own world inspired through a process of performance by design.
8 Ways To OWN Your OWN Influence
Own Your OWN FREEDOM
Live Your OWN STORY
Own Your OWN GRATITUDE
Build Your OWN TRIBE
Own Your OWN VULNERABILITY
Be Your OWN CEO
Own Your OWN SPACE
Create Your OWN MBA
Check out the newly Breaking The CEO Code whitepaper. It provides an overview of Breaking The CEO Code and showcases the 6 key phases. We also go a little deeper into the 2nd phase PERFORMANCE, where we discuss the 3 P’s of the Leadership Performance Formula.
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episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Jason Treu about
building trust for transformation, vulnerability and leadership, and why all
leaders should provide psychological safety in their organisation, team or community.
We also discuss
Unstoppable Workplaces, Cards Against Mundanity, why the Dallas Cowboys and Mavericks are the
heart and soul of the city, and leading high performing teams.
Jason Treu – Building Trust For Transformation
Jason is a best-selling
author of Social Wealth, TEDx Wilmington Speaker, and Executive Coach who has
worked with transformational leaders such as Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban and Reed
Hastings. He is host of the Executive Breakthroughs Podcast, Keynote Speaker on
Unstoppable Workplaces, Dallas Cowboys and Mavericks fan, and supporter of
charities such as the American Cancer Society.
His education includes a BA
History from Indiana University Bloomington, a Law degree and Masters in
Communications from Syracuse University, and has a completed a leadership
program at the Harvard Business School. Jason has held roles in Communications
and Investor Relations at RightNow, Hewlett Packard, American Heart Foundation,
Blockbuster and ReachLegal. As an entrepreneur he co-founded Visual Arts
Reimagined and company culture expert at Unstoppable workplaces.
Jason talks about:
Why the Dallas Cowboys and Mavericks are the heart
and soul of the city.
Self awareness is paramount for you to prevent
sabotaging your success.
The catalyst that led to focusing on company culture
and leadership growth.
We all have fears and fears control us.
Why so many talented and productive teams struggle.
Building trust for transformation.
How successful leaders build psychological safety.
How people can identify their blindspots and use
them to their advantage.
Your brain is wired for survival, it is wired to
keep us safe.
Leadership skills that set the worlds most
influential leaders apart from good leaders.
You have to be humble, because you cant be right all
The three secrets to speeding up the relationship
As you scale its always a challenge as you have to
let go of parts of the business.
The most important ingredients in being a high
How do you bring people together and make them feel
connected and belonging
CEO Performance Tip
Leadership Overwhelm – As a leader, have you ever felt
completely overcome in mind or emotion, where you feel a stress or combination
of stressors are too big for you to manage? This is the feeling of overwhelm.
Everyone experiences some level of overwhelm and the important thing to
remember, is that it is all manageable. Rather than fighting your feelings of
overwhelm you can accept that anxiety is like riding a wave and it will be
easier; learn to turn overwhelming thoughts into helpful thoughts; shift your
thoughts from having to complete everything right now to focusing on one thing
at a time; identify what you need to be present with right now; take a deep
breath to relax the body; and most importantly engage in an action that you
enjoy before rushing into solve the trigger of overwhelm. Start taking control
of your overwhelm today.
“To build psychological safety, admit your own
failings and vulnerabilities and things that you are not good at. Thank people,
stay open to try and do other things, doing risks and things differently, have
the tough conversations and get to the core of the issue.” Jason Treu talks
about the importance of psychological safety for building trust, on the active
“Before you can start to move things forward, you
must have high level of trust.” Building trust with Jason Treu, on the active
#90 – Jason Treu (Unstoppable Workplaces) Building Trust For Transformation Link #89 – How Many CEO Performance Habits Link #88 – Kate Maree O’Brien (SHE Conference) Tenacious Spirit Of An Entrepreneur Link #87 – Have You Got CEO Presence Link #86 – Chris Tabish (Comediology) Leadership Effectiveness With Comediology Link #85 – Raise Your Energy Bar With CEO Periodization Link #84 – Catherine Molloy (Auspac Business Advantage) The Conscious Leader Link #83 – 3 P’s Of The Leadership Performance Formula Link #82 – Revital Golan (Anemone Ventures) Entrepreneur State Of Mind Link #81 – How A Leader Can Recover With Purpose Link #80 – Jonathan Rake Launchpad To Go Beyond Borders Link