Giving people who fail an opportunity to speak up in the right environment not only gives them growth, but the entire community that’s listening as well.
In today’s episode of Tactical Friday, I welcome back Molly Grisham to talk about how she guides people to achieve their lightbulb moments on a more granular level. Interpersonal work in the context of community really is a complete package in a team’s growth for it also forms a bond and creates a culture of trust and safety within the organization.
With that said, let’s jump right in and learn how holding each other’s mirror is a mutual process of growth!
[00:01 – 1:22] Opening Segment
- I welcome back Molly to the show
[1:23 – 7:59] Finding the Light
- Switch Interpersonal work in the context of community
- Holding up a mirror for someone else
- How witnessing lightbulb moments influence others
- How interpersonal work in the context of community serves as a bonding moment
- Giving opportunity to put language to something that didn’t have language for
[8:00 – 12:56] Creating a Culture of Trust and Safety
- Being committed to both you and your team’s growth
- Seeking moments to develop rather than creating fear when failing
- Unwillingness to develop as a leadership blindspot
- Context as an ever-changing thing
[12:57 – 15:13] Closing Segment
- See links below to see more of Molly Grisham
- Final words
- “There is power in not just having your own lightbulb moment. But there is power in witnessing someone else having their lightbulb moment.” – Molly Grisham
- “As leaders, we have to have a commitment to ongoing development of ourselves and ongoing development of others.” – Molly Grisham
You can connect with Molly through Instagram and Youtube, or you can visit her blog and schedule a meeting through her website www.mollygrisham.com.