Phyllis Haynes is an award-winning producer and media personality. She has served as a media and communications advisor for organizations and corporations in the US and Europe. She has worked for the last 25 years to help create inclusive environments in institutions including Citibank, NCAA, At&t, Ernst and Young, and many more. Currently, she produces and hosts Profonde TV which airs out of Princetontv.org and has a huge following on social media. She is a member of Jack Canfield’s Transformational Leadership Council and is on the board of the Coach Initiative.
In this episode, Dean Newlund and Phyllis Haynes discuss:
- Being a present listener and not being easily distracted.
- The value of your intuition to your employer.
- Do you need intuition to survive in the workplace?
- Making inclusion and relationships a value to your team.
- Engaging your intuition in your decision making is your strongest skill,
- If you are at the top in your career your intuition is valued, but if you are working your way up it may be discredited.
- Safety and intuition need to be utilized in unison.
- There are different ways to get to an answer or solve a problem; be willing to listen.
“Of all the things you need in the 21st century, it’s an ability to listen to others and to listen to your own inner voices.”
— Phyllis Haynes
See Dean’s TedTalk “Why Business Needs Intuition” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEq9IYvgV7I
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