40: Balancing Leadership at Home and Work
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Ruth Steverlynck sits down with Deena Chochinov to talk about her new book, Home Work How to be a Leader in the Boardroom and the Living Room. Deena shares insights and tools from her work that are particularly relevant to advisors working with family enterprises.
Deena Chochinov is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with a private practice in Vancouver since 2000. She has a Master’s in Counselling Psychology from the University of Manitoba and a Post-Master’s in Family Therapy from the University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. Deena is also a Family Enterprise Advisor, certified by the Institute of Family Enterprise Advisors, and a member of the BC-OD Network.
You can find out more about Deena on her website.
[:26] Ruth Steverlynck welcomes Deena Chochinov and asks her to share a little about herself, even though she may need no introduction for most listeners!
[2:34] Deena shares how she decided to write the book HomeWork, despite already wearing three different hats, why add a fourth?
[4:25] What Deena has learned as a systems practitioner in family enterprise advising that she found imperative to share: a unifying antidote to divided business and personal identities.
[8:45] Integrated and whole leadership is a two-part subject to understand and master, Deena explains the “how” and the “what.”
[11:58] Leadership qualities Deena has identified to be essential over her 30-year career, through the lens of family advising.
[14:25] The “what” of leadership is well exemplified by a case study as shared by Deena in her book.
[16:31] Personal work and introspection can be scary, Deena explains why it is critical when working with families that have to navigate business and personal so intimately.
[21:16] Why is Deena sharing all of her secret tools and tips?
[23:24] We’re all in the relationship business. Deena touches on what this means to her as a family enterprise advisor.
[26:21] Where to get Deena’s book!
[27:13] Deena shares her book recommendations as well as her one piece of advice from an advisor to other advisors.
[32:25] Ruth thanks Deena for coming on the show to share her insight and wisdom with the audience.
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HomeWork: How to Be a Leader in the Boardroom and the Living Room, by Deena Chochinov
Deena’s reading recommendations:
High Conflict: Why We Get Trapped and How We Get Out, by Amanda Ripley
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