Retail World March 2019
Delegation is one of the key challenges many people face and the main reason for this can include: fear of tasks not being done correctly, lack of trust, guilty of giving others more work, and sometimes just a lack of awareness of what needs to be delegated.
Thrive Global March 2019
In Japan there is an art form called Kintsugi: the art of precious scars. By repairing broken ceramics, it’s possible to give it a new lease of life and it becomes even more refined, thanks to its “scars”.
Kintsugi teaches that broken objects are not something to hide, but to display with pride. This art form and philosophy got me thinking how alike we are to this as humans with all of our scars, mistakes, lessons and wisdom we learn in this thing called life.
Retail World January 2019
Just like building a house, if we build a strong foundation, the house, like any relationship, has a stronger chance of lasting the test of time. Take the time to build rapport with those around you and remember we can go in and out of rapport, so don’t assume that, once built, it will last. Be mindful of where this is at, at all times.
Retail World December 2018
If you want to be leading and assisting in increasing EI, you need to lead by example. Really master your conflict management, emotional control and social awareness so you’re not just aware and managing your emotions, but also understanding that of others and demonstrating this, day to day, to your team and those around you.
Photo story by Ksenia Belova
Personal branding captures the essence of the real you and what you offer and how you solve people’s problems. It is what sums you up, what people see, feel and hear when your name/business comes up! They represent me to my existing and potential clients, many I may never have met. This is all they have to go on apart from what people say and the results they may have visibly seen.
Build Live Give Podcast – September 2018
Article by Renée Giarrusso in Convenience World – June 2018
Train well, retain better: keeping your best people on board.
“Leadership and communications expert Renee Giarrusso says she believes business need to adopt a top-down approach to staff development to achieve results.”
My interview with Zoe Routh on the Zoe Routh Leadership Podcast
How to become limitless!
“I’ve got a bit of a saying “People are colours. Be a rainbow.” You need to understand people, adapt to them, give them what they need. And I think sometimes that can hold a leader back from really deep connection and taking their team and business and organization to the next level.”
My interview with Heidi Pollard on The Theatre of U Podcast
How to increase motivation and performance of your team and organisation?
“Leading your team and developing their future skills is imperative and not only will you get time back to focus on the important things so you can lead not manage, in the process you will be motivating staff, understanding and leveraging their strengths, building a succession pipeline and lifting performance by having people doing the right thing at the right time and owning it.”
This week I had the pleasure to interview the fabulous Renée Giarrusso who is a Communication, Sales Effectiveness and Leadership Expert and also the Founder and Director of Renée Giarrusso Dynamics.She is obsessed with seeing people reach their full potential, and she passionately works with leaders and their teams to achieve this and flourish.
Renée has a passion to work with individuals and organisations who want to better themselves and has attracted thousands of clients from over 24 industries to date. Renée has just published her first book “Limitless Leadership”- A guide to leading from the inside out.
Heidi Alexandra Pollard – CEO Mentor
How I used focus ‘hacks’ to write a book in 90 days: Author Renée Giarrusso
For leadership and communications expert, Renée Giarrusso, writing a book in 90 days meant some personal sacrifice. Her busy training practice meant the only hours she had to write were outside business hours. This is the time she usually spends doing yoga, cooking or relaxing with friends and family.
Article by Renée Giarrusso in Gloss – June-July 2016