Let’s Fix Work Episode 86
When my podcast producer, Danny Ozment, first told me about virtual summits, I was like, “Wait, what is that all about?” Once I learned more, I realized a virtual summit is a fantastic tool for inner work. The theme in my life and my work for many years has been to help people explore their inner selves and solve their own problems. To affirm that theme, at the tail end of 2019 I am holding The Self-Leadership Summit, a virtual summit to help attendees move from a state of learned helplessness to active leadership, in their own lives.
The process of self-auditing, of understanding our values, of knowing who we are and where we want to go in the world, is the first step in moving toward self-leadership. Sure, you can hire a life coach or business coach, work with a mentor or be part of a mastermind, but you really need to know yourself first. We fix work by fixing ourselves. If you want to learn more about The Self-Leadership Summit, including the speakers and presentations, relax and enjoy this episode of Let’s Fix Work.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
- The short and sweet definition of a virtual summit
- The Self-Leadership Summit, what it’s all about
- Speakers who will be appearing, including old friends and new
- The topics you can expect to hear about, including how the hustle is the opposite of leadership, and how to stop being a jackass in 2020
- What attendees can expect and get as part of their registration
WHAT IS THE SELF-LEADERSHIP SUMMIT?
It is a virtual summit, where you can attend from the comfort of your living room, board room or office. Laurie will interview notable CEOs, academics, founders, leadership coaches, and even endurance athletes, on the intersection of self-leadership, self-care, and continuous learning. You’ll walk away with stories, tips, and advice on how to take your leadership game to the next level in 2020 and fix work for yourself and your team.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE SELF-LEADERSHIP SUMMIT?
This summit is for any leader, professional, or person looking to explore their inner selves, solve their own problems, and come away with tips and advice on how to be a better version of themselves in the new year.
WHO ARE SOME OF THE SPEAKERS AND WHAT ARE THE PRESENTATION TOPICS?
Speakers include some guests you’ve heard on Let’s Fix Work, like Mary Ellen Slayter and Torin Ellis. Plus others like: Scott Stratten, Anthony Ranaudo, Carlos Rios and Jennifer McClure. Topics include: Why your number one investment is in your individual learning. – There’s no point in being successful if you don’t have balance. – Why #HustleCulture is killing your team’s productivity, and how to overcome it. – How being a better spouse and parent makes you a better leader. – How to revamp your career and taking a risk on speaking. – Treating burnout as the number 1 risk to your team’s performance and productivity. – And, what managers and leaders can learn from elite athletes.
WHAT IS THE COST AND HOW CAN I LEARN MORE?
There are two registration levels for the summit, free registration and registration at the cost of $38. Free registration gets you Live Access To Let’s Fix Work: Self-Leadership Summit. Pro registration of $38, gets you Lifetime Access to the Summit, plus Scott Stratten’s new book The Jackass Whisperer, Jennifer McClure’s 10 Tips to Build Your Brand and Land Gigs as a Speaker, Jennifer McClure’s Personal Brand Workbook and a Q&A session with Laurie Ruettimann. You can find all of the details and register at laurieruettimann.com/summit.