AgriLeader Bitesize

Our AgriLeader Bitesize videos can help you develop your leadership and management skills.

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We know you are busy, so each video is short and snappy and comes with some helpful notes that you can refer to later.

The videos include theories, tools and exercises on topics such as self-awareness, motivating teams, communication skills, building resilience, forming habits and many more. 

Declutter your thoughts and free your mind

Rebecca Roberts is a mindset coach, storyshaper and spacemaker.

She has a deep curiosity for exploring the old beliefs and inner dialogues that shape our behaviour and experience of life. These are the thoughts that lead us towards either consistent frustration or deep fulfilment.

As an Interior Architect, Rebecca has worked with people and companies across the globe in various sectors – business, arts/design, education, technology and more – to facilitate and support transformation.

In these short videos, she provides tips and guidance about how to take control of your life and slow things down.

Sustainable steps or big leaps?

    It’s more about your consistent trajectory than the big leaps.

    Learning to celebrate small daily wins to build momentum and condition our brains to crave healthy progress.

    Focus on finding the balance between the giant leaps (harvests) and the consistent small steps (daily tasks).

    This video dives into the effects of cortisol and stress on our ability to create sustainable progress and helps us realise that we need to value both the big and small business steps that all add up to strong companies and teams.

    Use this handout to help create new habits and find the balance between the giant leaps and small steps

    Keep it simple and slowdown 

    Focus on one puzzle piece as your primary objective, and then see how everything else fits into place around it.

    Break down old mindsets that keep us in an unhealthy or unhappy mindset because we think that movement and overwork is progress.

    Use this handout to put steps in place that will help you not to feel overwhelmed when you're starting a new project

    Expectations gap

    Noticing the distance between our expectations of reality and actual reality.

    The greater the distance, the greater suffering we experience.

    We always have a choice for how we handle life when it doesn’t meet our expectations. Bring that wasted energy back to the present moment to work on the things we can actually control and impact.

    Use this handout to remind yourself of the options you have when it comes to directing your resources

    Attitudinal states for sustainable growth

    Moving from weatherman to rainmaker (victim to creator).

    The victim shuts down our minds to seeing possibilities, while the creator opens our eyes to creative problem solving, innovation and visionary leadership.

    Use this handout to help guide your ability to respond to different situations

    Resilience through 'Improvanism'

    Exchanging perfectionism for a gentler but more impactful ‘improvanist’ mindset.

    Use this handout as a reminder that things don't need to be perfect first time around!

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    Rebecca Roberts, mindset coach

    Tea-m meeting – team boost

    If your team are working extra hours to feed the nation, they deserve a boost. 

    These motivational videos are filled with tips and ideas to help you lead yourself, your team and your business. 

    Brad Waldron discusses leadership during the current circumstances and provides you with exercises you can do for yourself or with your team.

    He demonstrates how your leadership can be one of the positives that your team take from this period as you help them make it through to the other side.

    More about Brad Waldron

    Episode 1 exercises

    Brad has provided you with some exercises to do with your team.

    Download the worksheet from episode 1

    How can you make sure your team feel valued and motivated, even in the most difficult of times?

    Brad Waldron is back for episode two, where he shares the five key drivers for your team. Base your behaviour around delivering these five feelings to your team and you’ll help your people come through anything.

    Episode 2 exercises

    Download the worksheet for help with delivering your team's 'five thermals'.

    Former round-the-world yacht skipper Mark Denton discusses how you can use everyday conversations with your team to build new levels of trust and rapport.

    Later he provides an exercise to help you and your teams acknowledge each other’s strengths and differences – helping to develop better communication.

    Episode 3 exercises

    Download a worksheet on Mark's social styles technique for getting to know yourself and others better.

    Download the worksheet from episode 3

    We all know what we do, but it can be easy for us, and particularly our teams, to lose sight of ‘why’ we’re doing it. In episode four of this series, Nollaig discusses how businesses with clear goals can thrive in a crisis.

    Episode 4 exercises

    Download Nollaig's worksheet to help you get 'back to the core' and communicate why you do what you.

    Download the worksheet from episode 4

    In the final clip of this series, Becki Leach recaps some of what we’ve learnt so far. The video and exercises give you tips on how you go from good intensions to actions and how those positive actions then become habits.

    Episode 5 exercises

    Download Becki's worksheet to help you turn good intentions, into action and habits.

    Download the worksheet from episode 5

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