R&E 1:2:1 Newsletter – April Edition

Check out our April Edition of the R&E 1:2:1 Newsletter from R&E Founder Jeremy Dean.

It's your ultimate monthly guide to more human workplaces. This broadcast goes out to over 20,000 other leaders like you around the world who are interested in simple ways to humanise the workplace.

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ECD Family Canvas Prototype

We've teamed up with Emma-Kate Woodham, from The Brain Garden Trust to design a prototype ECD canvas.

The ECD Family Canvas helps guardians and children come together as a family and express what they need to be at their best.

Click here to download the prototype canvas and have a play. 

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Change and the F-word. How to navigate emotional change.

Check out the highlights of our ECD Conversation with Master Elephant Rider, Lotty Roberts, about how to navigate emotional change in the workplace. Learn how you can use the Emotional Culture Deck to guide your change journey.

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R&E 1:2:1 Newsletter – March Edition

Check out our March Edition of the riders&elephants 1:2:1 Newsletter from R&E Founder Jeremy Dean.

It's your ultimate monthly guide to more human workplaces. This broadcast goes out to over 20,000 other leaders like you around the world who are interested in simple ways to humanise the workplace.

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ECD Te reo Edition Prototype

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We're excited to share our ECD Te reo Edition Prototype with you all. 

Click here to download The ECD Te reo Edition Prototype.

This is not the finished artefact. But it's the beginning of something we hope will evolve as we get more feedback from people who test it and use it with their people.

 People have asked who we worked with on this translation. 

The translation was done in partnership with Ocean Design and Te Kaitaupua / Māori Design Consultant Anthony Tipene-Matua (Rangitane, Kahungunu, Kai Tahu).

When you use and test this prototype, please keep these things in mind:

1. At this stage we have only translated the feeling cards of our game. We're still exploring how we translate more parts of the game.

2. Not every English emotion word has a Te Reo equivalent. So, in many cases, we tried to use a word that captures the spirit. People will have different opinions about what's the best label. This is a good thing and we welcome any feedback and...

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Emotional Leadership Ep 4: Mat Kearney, Inside Consulting

 

Mat Kearney is a partner of Inside Consulting.

He believes good leadership is about caring for people and care for performance.

There should be an equal amount of care for our people's health and wellbeing and the care for the performance of the organisation.

Emotional leadership is all about the awareness of the importance of emotions – acknowledging the impact of for the individual and collective.

Using that emotional awareness and understanding to positively shape the culture of the team in a deliberate and intentional way

Mat beloieves being a leader who is connected to emotions, and understanding the importance of emotion means we can earn trust and respect and create a connection on a deeper level.  

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R&E 1:2:1 Newsletter – February Edition

Check out our February Edition of the riders&elephants 1:2:1 Newsletter from our Founder Jeremy Dean.

It's your ultimate monthly guide to more human workplaces. This broadcast goes out to over 18,000 other leaders like you around the world who are interested in simple ways to humanise the workplace.

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Emotional Leadership Ep 3: Prof Sarah Leberman MNZM - Professor of Leadership

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Sarah Leberman MNZM is one of New Zealand's most influential leaders.

She believes that leadership is not about the title. Everyone can exercise leadership. We've been conditioned over many years to behave in a certain way and many leaders are hesitant to embrace emotion because in her life it was seen as a weakness to show emotion.

But it's Ok to be compassionate and show empathy and be strong. You can show emotion and be an excellent leader.

Emotional leadership is all about getting to know your people as people first.

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Emotional Leadership Ep 2: Mary Cording, National Manger People & Culture

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Mary Cording is the National Manager of People & Culture at Ospri.

Learn from Mary about why harnessing emotions at work makes such an impact on their work.

As an organisation, Ospri people are able to talk and connect in a completely different way.

They bring their whole selves to work, they don't shy away from difficult conversations.

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Master Elephant Rider – Lotty Roberts

“Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason, mastery demands all of a person.” – Albert Einstein

Lotty Roberts achieved her goal of becoming the world's first Master Elephant Rider last week after completing an almost three-year journey with The Emotional Culture Deck and riders&elephants.

I first met Lotty when she flew up to Auckland to attend our ECD Masterclass in Auckland on 9th May 2019. As of today, she has conducted over 65 ECD workshops with teams internationally. 

It is simply amazing how much dedication and strength Lotty has put into her work using The ECD.

The change you have inspired with the ECD is profound. 

It may never be possible for you to truly understand the breadth and depth of your impact helping people find the words to express themselves at work, at home, at school and with the people they care deeply about. It's beyond measurable. Yet I know that doesn't...

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