EIM Inside Leadership: What Are You Valuing?

Daphne Scott is back with another episode of the EIM Inside Leadership podcast! This week, she discusses values: why they’re important, how to identify them, and what happens when we don’t stay aligned with them.

What are your values? How do you work to stay aligned with them, as best as you can?


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EIM Inside Leadership: Time Isn’t Money

We’ve got an exciting announcement: the EIM Inside Leadership podcast with Daphne Scott is returning on a weekly basis!

This week, Daphne takes the old adage, “Time is money,” and turns it on its head. She looks at what why we work, why our work should support our life (not the other way around), and why more Americans should…

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EIM Inside Leadership: Working With Reactivity

In this month’s episode of the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast, Dr. Daphne Scott is exploring our nature of reactivity and why it is, in fact, part of who we are as human beings.

The trouble starts for us when we refuse to see it. We instead begin to pretend that it isn’t there and also become identified with…

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EIM Inside Leadership: The Three Pitfalls of Goal Setting

Happy New Year! We hope your 2019 is off to a great start and we are excited to be BACK! Today, Dr. Daphne Scott discusses the 3 pitfalls of goal setting and how we can use mindfulness to overcome them. One thing that every single goal has in common is that they are all about an imagined future. This is…

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EIM Inside Leadership: It’s Behavior That Gets Results

Happy December! It’s our last Inside Leadership episode for 2018. It is time to celebrate what we’ve accomplished, let go of the old, and bring in the new! It’s one of Daphne’s favorite times of the year! This time of year is also a great time of reflection and establishing our vision for the future. As…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Relating to the Vicissitudes of Life

There are always “storms” and the “not-so-storms” that seem to blow through our lives without our permission. These storms may bring praise and blame, gain and loss, pleasure and pain, and/or fame and disrepute. These “storms” are called the Vicissitudes of Life. They’re part of our humanity and they do arise.

Dr. Daphne Scott talks about…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: How to Burn Out Your Team

Watching people try to multitask is a pretty fun thing to do. Especially at meetings. You’ve already heard Daphne say that it’s impossible to multitask. It’s actually, instead, called task-switching, which is a HUGE cognitive cost. That leads to lack of efficiency and effective results.

But here’s the question: are YOU, as a leader, multitasking…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Necessarily Ending Things

What’s one way to overwhelm yourself?

It’s to try to keep everything going when your main priority is getting squeezed.

This week’s discussion is about impermanence and necessary endings. It comes from Dr. Daphne Scott’s other podcast: The Super Fantastic Leadership Show. Her discussion with Marta Wilmes is about when it’s time to necessarily end…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: How to Collaborate and Have Fun at Work

Dr. Daphne Scott is on location in San Antonio, TX with Dr. Rob Wainner, Daphne’s chief collaborator at Confluent Health. They have both had the privilege of working together in teams and with some other great people (even just this week doing some massive collaboration)!

Our topic and discussion today centers around collaboration and how to collaborate in a…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Authentic Leadership

This week, we’re discussing authenticity in leadership. We’ll talk about what it is and also what it isn’t. It may be a surprise to know that authenticity isn’t just your social media profile or telling people your opinions. Interestingly, authenticity goes much deeper and is more holistic than what we typically think.

Authenticity tends to include…

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