S5E47: New Scripts – Communication and Collaboration for Better Results (part 2)

“A successful workplace relation is built by collaboration, then sharing, observing/listening and building on each block with one vision in mind” Peter Margaritis.

In today’s episode, Peter Margaritis continues his conversation on New scripts, communicating, and collaboration for better results. One idea at a time, one conversation, and one interaction may be what your organization needs to go to the next level. When working in an organization, each teammate has an agenda and vision, and if they do not have a common goal, each will work on their plans and build their own till the “tower” collapses.

Emotions and how they affect the workplace are a new way to look into how people interact with each other and with clients and customers.

Listen to this and so much more in the episode at petermargaritis.com

S5E46: New Scripts -Communication and Collaboration for Better Results (part 1)

“Excellent, innovative, and effective communication invites productivity and adaptability, making an organization stand out from its competitors.” Peter Margaritis

In today’s episode, Peter Margaritis talks about new scripts, communication, and collaboration for better results. We can be given the same space and business concept but still have different results from our competitors. How does communication affect your business from beginning to end? How we articulate our wants and needs in the industry directly affects the results we achieve and get.

Every organization needs to have a simple, straightforward, effective communication strategy that reduces jargon in the workplace. In addition, laying a foundation of innovation and improvement that inspires internal and external communication enables you to stand out against your competitors.

In the long run, simple processes can bring consistent desired results.

S5E44: Turned Off – Walking Away From Your Inner Critic (Part 2)

“Your ability to be vulnerable is your strength, not your weakness.” Peter Margaritis

In today’s episode, Peter Margaritis continues discussing the inner critic. We can learn how to turn off the inner critic, but they are not always so bad. The only people who know that you have done a flop are you, your inner critic, and nobody else.

As we continue to silence the inner critic, sometimes we are so focused on what went wrong that we forget that we are human beings and are allowed to make mistakes. Instead of focusing on yourself, it’s more important to focus on your audience and to whom you deliver.

Vulnerability can be a great way to connect to others. Giving examples from a fantastic songwriter, Peter gives excellent insight on how opening yourself up to others can make you a better connection and relatable, especially in the message you want to deliver.

Sometimes you need to reason with your inner critic instead of silencing them.

S5E43: Turned Off – Walking Away From Your Inner Critic (Part 1)

“Your inner critic wants to protect you by holding you back.” Peter Margaritis

In today’s episode, Peter Margaritis talks about turning off the inner critic in yourself. Sometimes it’s hard to quiet that voice that makes you not want to take risks. But, it gives you advice, usually in the negative kind, that holds you in your comfort zone.

Peter gives insight into the inner critic and why the critic comes out. Sometimes it’s because of self-preservation, but most times, the critic has no basis for criticizing. As Peter puts it, the inner critic is a good companion, but you shouldn’t let them control you.

Quieting the inner critic may seem like a hurdle, but once you do, you will have a better time at work, during meetings, and going on stage.

S5E36: Off and Running Vulnerability & Generosity as the Fuel for Selfless Leaders (part 1)

“Improv is not about being a solo performer. It’s about relationships.” Peter Margaritis

Leaders who lead with an Improv Leadership Style have a foundation of respect, trust, and support for their organization and people. These leaders know how to prepare in advance and, at the same time, empower the people who are under them to shine. These leaders understand that it is not only about themselves and what they bring to the table; it’s also about their leadership in delegation and listening to their teams’ suggestions and opinions.

Peter gives us amazing insight into how a leader can make himself valuable to his team and those he leads. He also puts into perspective through his demonstrations of the effects a leader can have if not taking the chance to listen to their subordinate staff.

Individuals require a leader who will act as a unifier and believe in individual contributions. Trust is the virtue required to achieve this kind of respect and unity. And when it comes right down to it, it’s up to the leader to create that environment of mutual trust and respect.