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Repeat - Module 6, Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

Repeat - Module 6, Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

November 29, 2022

CONDUCT 13 - NO EATING: Avoid eating during the show. The listeners will pick it up that you are eating. Only drinking is allowed but keeps liquids far from the equipment.

CONDUCT 14 - FOCUS: Pretend you are entering the physical studio, and do not allow anyone around you to obstruct your attention. Suppose you let that, you will lose your trail of thought. That can be embarrassing for you, and you will lose the respect of the listeners.

CONDUCT 15 - MOBILE PHONE: Keep your mobile silent, not vibrate. The listeners will hear your mobile phone when it vibrates. Don’t try to check your incoming text messages and notifications during the show. You may pick up disturbing notifications that will throw you out of balance.

CONDUCT 16 - AUTHENTICITY: Be authentic and original as a host or co-host. Do not choreograph the show. Let the show take its natural flow. Yours is to set the framework and parameters within which your show will be allowed to fluctuate. Allow the highs and lows during the show. Let the listeners feel the emotions generated by the participants in the show.

Performance Coaching Approach

Performance Coaching Approach

November 24, 2022

Podcast! Session 9, in the Coaching Models and Methods series, held on Thursday, the 24th of November 2022, at 18h00 - 20h00 (SAST) on the theme,  Performance Coaching and Feedback in the Workplace with Coach Dolores Mashishi (Johannesburg, South Africa), was the last of the series and the year. The coach ended the conversation by reflecting on the series and the benefits gained from participating in the monthly live conversations at the Coaches Learning Forum. 

Repeat - Part 2, Module 5, Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

Repeat - Part 2, Module 5, Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

November 21, 2022

OPENING & WELCOME: Introductions, Checking-In, Reflection on Lecture 4/Module 4, Progress Update, and Statistics on Individual Shows

CONDUCT 9 - FOLLOW UP: Follow up on inputs to verify views. A good listener host will recognise new or alternative feedback offered by the guest and follow up with the guest to unpack it more. Moving away from new insightful inputs is an interference with the learning process. Hence following up on new thoughts is one of the great qualities of facilitators and hosts of the shows.

CONDUCT 10 - CHALLENGE RESPECTFULLY: You are required and expected to challenge any inputs and thoughts that are not supported by evidence. However, it would be best if you challenged the guests respectfully.

CONDUCT 11 - DEBATES vs ARGUMENTS: Allow debates but do not enter destructive arguments. It is healthy to debate, but disagreements must lead to resolving issues. The LEKGOTLA Conversation Methodology is appropriate for facilitating discussions and resolving disputes. We will continue holding LEKGOTLA sessions to build capacity among our DJs and Broadcasters.

CONDUCT 12 - LISTENING: As a facilitator, the host speaks less a listen more. Expand on the thoughts and inputs from the guests rather than being the ones introducing new ideas. Don’t talk too much and overshadow your guests and co-hosts.

Repeat - Part 1, Module 5, Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

Repeat - Part 1, Module 5, Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

November 21, 2022

OPENING & WELCOME: Introductions, Checking-In, Reflection on Lecture 4/Module 4, Progress Update, and Statistics on Individual Shows

CONDUCT 9 - FOLLOW UP: Follow up on inputs to verify views. A good listener host will recognise new or alternative feedback offered by the guest and follow up with the guest to unpack it more. Moving away from new insightful inputs is an interference with the learning process. Hence following up on new thoughts is one of the great qualities of facilitators and hosts of the shows.

CONDUCT 10 - CHALLENGE RESPECTFULLY: You are required and expected to challenge any inputs and thoughts that are not supported by evidence. However, it would be best if you challenged the guests respectfully.

CONDUCT 11 - DEBATES vs ARGUMENTS: Allow debates but do not enter destructive arguments. It is healthy to debate, but disagreements must lead to resolving issues. The LEKGOTLA Conversation Methodology is appropriate for facilitating discussions and resolving disputes. We will continue holding LEKGOTLA sessions to build capacity among our DJs and Broadcasters.

CONDUCT 12 - LISTENING: As a facilitator, the host speaks less a listen more. Expand on the thoughts and inputs from the guests rather than being the ones introducing new ideas. Don’t talk too much and overshadow your guests and co-hosts.

GROW Coaching Model Conversation with Patricia Akinlotan

GROW Coaching Model Conversation with Patricia Akinlotan

November 17, 2022

Podcast! GROW Coaching Model Conversation with Coach Patricia Akinlotan, EZ Coaching, Lagos, Nigeria. The GROW Model enables the coach to facilitate the growth of the client. At EZ Coaching the two letters are added to the letters GROW to make it ETGROW Coaching Model, standing for,

E = Ethical Standard. 

T = Topic or Theme

G = Goal

R = Reality

O = Options

W = Will

Entrepreneurship Conversation (Michelle Snow and Genae Young)

Entrepreneurship Conversation (Michelle Snow and Genae Young)

November 15, 2022

Podcast! This is our Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2022 Special Feature on the evening of 15th November 2022, during our monthly Entrepreneurship Development INDABA show at COMETSA Radio Worldwide Podcast Live with Genae Young (host from New Jersey) and Michelle Snow (guest entrepreneur from Philadelphia) 

Repeat - Part 3, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

Repeat - Part 3, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

November 14, 2022

PODCAST! Repeat - Part 3, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Development Programme focuses on the following three conducts we want to inculcate in the DJs and Podcasters during their shows, Facilitation, Affirmation & Motivation, and Leading Conversations.

CONDUCT 6 - FACILITATE: Focus on facilitating the show. Use the LEKGOTLA Methodology to keep yourself in check. It would be best if you aimed not only to become a good DJ and Broadcaster. It would help if you also became a good facilitator of conversations. That will give you additional opportunities in commerce and industry as a celebrity DJ Broadcaster to facilitate business conversations.

CONDUCT 7 - AFFIRM and MOTIVATE: Affirm and motivate the Guest in the middle of the show as they hit high notes and mention some profound statements. The role of the host is to help the guests to reach their best level of performance. We want them to uplift the listeners to the highest energy vibration level. 

CONDUCT 8 - LEAD CONVERSATIONS: Your performance yardstick is how you lead the flow of the Conversation. A good host and facilitator recognise when the conversation is flowing with a particular idea and allows it to be explored to the end or package it in a way that meets the listeners’ desires. Disruption when the guest is in a flow and the listeners are enjoying the conversation is hated by the stakeholders. 

Repeat - Part 2, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

Repeat - Part 2, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

November 14, 2022

PODCAST! Repeat - Part 2, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Development Programme focuses on the following three conducts we want to inculcate in the DJs and Podcasters during their shows, Facilitation, Affirmation & Motivation, and Leading Conversations.

CONDUCT 6 - FACILITATE: Focus on facilitating the show. Use the LEKGOTLA Methodology to keep yourself in check. It would be best if you aimed not only to become a good DJ and Broadcaster. It would help if you also became a good facilitator of conversations. That will give you additional opportunities in commerce and industry as a celebrity DJ Broadcaster to facilitate business conversations.

CONDUCT 7 - AFFIRM and MOTIVATE: Affirm and motivate the Guest in the middle of the show as they hit high notes and mention some profound statements. The role of the host is to help the guests to reach their best level of performance. We want them to uplift the listeners to the highest energy vibration level. 

CONDUCT 8 - LEAD CONVERSATIONS: Your performance yardstick is how you lead the flow of the Conversation. A good host and facilitator recognise when the conversation is flowing with a particular idea and allows it to be explored to the end or package it in a way that meets the listeners’ desires. Disruption when the guest is in a flow and the listeners are enjoying the conversation is hated by the stakeholders. 

Repeat - Part 1, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

Repeat - Part 1, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Dev Program

November 14, 2022

PODCAST! Repeat - Part 1, Module 4: Online Radio DJs and Podcasters Development Programme focuses on the following three conducts we want to inculcate in the DJs and Podcasters during their shows, Facilitation, Affirmation & Motivation, and Leading Conversations.

CONDUCT 6 - FACILITATE: Focus on facilitating the show. Use the LEKGOTLA Methodology to keep yourself in check. It would be best if you aimed not only to become a good DJ and Broadcaster. It would help if you also became a good facilitator of conversations. That will give you additional opportunities in commerce and industry as a celebrity DJ Broadcaster to facilitate business conversations.

CONDUCT 7 - AFFIRM and MOTIVATE: Affirm and motivate the Guest in the middle of the show as they hit high notes and mention some profound statements. The role of the host is to help the guests to reach their best level of performance. We want them to uplift the listeners to the highest energy vibration level. 

CONDUCT 8 - LEAD CONVERSATIONS: Your performance yardstick is how you lead the flow of the Conversation. A good host and facilitator recognise when the conversation is flowing with a particular idea and allows it to be explored to the end or package it in a way that meets the listeners’ desires. Disruption when the guest is in a flow and the listeners are enjoying the conversation is hated by the stakeholders. 

APPRECIATIVE Coaching Approach

APPRECIATIVE Coaching Approach

November 13, 2022

Podcast! We are in conversation with Coach Mishti Verman, Mumbai, India, on the APPRECIATIVE Coaching Approach, which is derived from the psychological concept, Appreciative Inquiry. It is categorised into four D Framework, namely, (i) Discovery Phase, (ii) Dream Phase, (iii) Design Phase, and (iv) Destiny or Delivery Phase., and five principles, (a) Constructionist Principle, (b) Simultaneity Principle, (c) Poetic Principle, (d) Anticipatory Principle, and (e) Positivity Principle. Coach Mishti shares with us the closeness of the Appreciative Coaching Approach to Gallup Strength Coaching, Positive Psychology, and Strength Psychology. Enjoy the episode!