TIE Unearthed

Ep:#13 Changing perspectives can truly unearth your potential

av TIE Unearthed | Publicerades 12/7/2020

Organisations tend to see things from the “inside out”. But the key is to see things from the “outside-in”.  But just seeing things differently isn’t enough. Which is why we have developed immersive leadership experiences. Getting out of your bubble matters. TIE help create the leaders the world truly needs now. Here I talk to Janice McNamara, TIE's International Development Trainer and Executive Coach, who is a huge part of the process to make this possible. Immersion means experiencing the outside-in first-hand and viscerally.  It involves direct exposure to situations and stimuli that build belief in both the possibility and feasibility of new and better ways to solve customer problems. Immersion entails getting out of your sector, or even of the world of business altogether to where you can find successful examples of things being done differently. Janice talks to us about how she helps prepare people before these types of experiences. And how she unlocks people’s potential and channels the learnings. She talks about the thousands of people she has prepared previously. And the important message she has communicated to make these experiences a success. We talk about presenting to Princess Anne. How the experience almost went horribly wrong.  But how it was saved in the end and the learnings from the experience. She talks about what sparked her to get into this world.  And how she can personally empathise with people being out of their comfort zone. So much in this episode. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it. Find out more about Janice and get in touch with her, see her website here.   To learn more about TIE's programmes you can see our corporate programmes here.  And TIE Accelerator here. 

Om Podcasten

Welcome to the TIE Unearthed podcast. This is the show where we unearth new ways of looking at ever evolving life around the world. Seen from a number of different industries, cultures, and backgrounds. And there’s one thing that unites everyone I speak to. They all want to do their part to make the world better in their own unique ways. It’s a uniting passion. Whether they’re from the commercial world, third sector, or public sector. From the Global North or the Global South. If you’re looking for inspiration that will get you thinking in new ways, then come on this journey with me.