Evergrowing Podcast

Are you a leader of a fast-growing organization who wants to build a world-class team?

Welcome to Evergrowing, where leaders like you learn to build high-performing teams. I believe when you sign up to be a leader, you sign up for a journey of constantly growing - Evergrowing. I’m Sabrina Wang, CEO of Evergrowth Coaching. I've been a coach to many top CEOs in the world who do 8-9 figures in revenue. I'm bringing to you the most common breakthroughs in coaching sessions. I was the former Head of Coaching to Matt Mochary, author of The Great CEO Within, and the CEO coach to leading tech companies like Coinbase, OpenAI, Reddit, and so on.

Empathetic Leadership: How to Build Loyalty and Trust in Your Teams

Does your team know you care about them? Do they trust you have their best interest at heart? In this video, Sabrina shares how leaders can use empathy to build high-performing teams and maximize their people’s talents. She also talks about the one thing leaders should change about their leadership style to create an environment where everybody is excited to show up to work.

Evergrowing Culture: How to Build High-Performing Teams

What is an Evergrowing culture, and how does it help teams do their best work? In today's episode, Sabrina shares what an Evergrowing culture is and how empathetic leadership can contribute to employee retention, productivity, and overall company success. Throughout this episode, we'll discuss key topics such as providing clear direction, demonstrating empathy, and actively listening to your team members.

How to Become a Better Listener (A Guide For Leaders)

Are you really listening to your people? In this episode, Sabrina reveals why listening is the most important skill a leader can have. She also shares the difference between good and bad listening as well as actionable tips on how to become a better listener.

How Successful CEOs Use OKRs to Build High-Performing Teams

You've probably heard about OKRs (Objectives and Key Results). But what are they and are they the most effective way to set organizational goals?