Do you feel connected to your role currently? Do you feel important? Do you feel like you're close to burning out? Many companies focus on employee engagement, but their idea of growth and engagement isn't guaranteed to be exactly what you want or need. In today's episode, Rachel Cooke of Lead Above Noise talks about the four different types of growth and how you can drive your own career growth. What you'll learn How to know what's holding you back from doing your best work How to figure out your definition of career growth The four components that create a really powerful employee experience Our new book, Happen To Your Career: An Unconventional Approach To Career Change and Meaningful Work, is out now! Visit happentoyourcareer.com/book for more information or buy the book now! Have career change questions or want to make an introduction? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Want to chat with someone on the team about your situation? Schedule a conversation Free Resources What career fits you? Join our free 8 Day Mini Course to figure it out! Career Change Guide - Learn how high-performers discover their ideal career and find meaningful, well-paid work without starting over. Related Episodes How to Figure Out What You Really Want (Spotify / Apple Podcasts) Executive Burnout: Making A Midlife Career Change (Spotify / Apple Podcasts)
Welcome to #OTW!#OTW - OpenToWork, is a new series on [Un]churned, featuring amazing SaaS leaders and practitioners who are open and ready for their next role.This episode features, Leslie Chamberlain, a strategic customer success leader offering 15+ years of international management, professional growth, and development experience. She is known as an expert in delivering reliable, cost-saving business solutions and strategies to streamline processes, drive business growth, and enhance customer satisfaction in a fast-paced environment such as software as a service (SaaS). Connect with Leslie Chamberlain on LinkedinEmail Josh at email@example.com to be a featured guest on the #OTW series
Joel Rao is the C.E.O of Dentsu Digital Brands and the Co-founder of Africa Creative Agency. He's a professional with experience in business development and customer engagement in international markets with a passion to develop value for people, whether organizations or individuals, in order to help them reach their goals. He believes in creating practical solutions to complex challenges through digital technology and his legacy is to turn customers into fanatics, products into obsessions, employees to ambassadors, and brands to religions.
This episode samples:Alvaro Trigo, who once was a web developer but could quit his day job to work on his open source software Fullpage.js.Daniel Vassallo tells us why he left his cushy job at Amazon to start many small businesses.Dagna Bieda explains how you can fast-track your engineering career and what mindset has to do with professional growth.Mauricio Aniche explains how to write tests that find bugs and what domain-driven testing is.Nuchals Dular shares why the engineering manager position he worked hard toward to wasn't meant for him.YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/XKKFCmvK7_M
A leader for decades, first in uniform as a combat-decorated Navy SEAL, and then in commercial business // Author; Be Nimble: How the Navy SEAL Creative Mindset Wins on the Battlefield and in Business Marty Strong joins JT with the latest.
In this episode of The New CISO, Steve is joined by guest Sandy Dunn, Lead Consultant, and Founder at Quark IQ.After spending years in healthcare, Sandy pivoted into a start-up before being laid off. Now embarking on the next stage of her career, Sandy shares the valuable lessons she's learned and how she embraces life's challenges. Listen to the episode to learn more about Sandy's strengths as a CISO, the correlation between motherhood and leadership, and how to navigate the start-up industry.Listen to Steve and Sandy discuss the benefits of failure and maintaining an authentic mentor/mentee relationship:Meet Sandy (1:43)Host Steve Moore introduces our guest today, Sandy Dunn. Sandy has been a CISO for eight years at both a healthcare company and a startup.As she tackles her newest endeavor as the lead Consultant at Quark IQ, Sandy acknowledges that her strengths in the cyber security world are her persistence and passion for creating well-functioning systems. Although she may not think of herself as the most brilliant person in the room, her determination has been an asset everywhere she goes.Nothing To Prove (4:26)Sandy recognizes the leadership benefits of not needing to prove her brilliance. Since she doesn't mind admitting when she doesn't understand something, others can gain clarity, and she can identify unknown issues. She asks the questions others are afraid to ask for the benefit of her team.Although others may feel subject to imposter syndrome, Sandy reminds listeners that everyone has a vital role in the room.Having a Softer Side (10:46)As an executive who is also a mother, Sandy can use that nurturing skill set to motivate and manage her team. Sandy has become a stronger leader by putting her employees' needs first, much like her children.Managing In The Moment (13:46)Steve presses Sandy on how she deals with team members prone to tantrums. Similar to her approach with her children and horses, Sandy's first instinct is to understand her employees, how they think, and what upsets them. Like what drove her to cyber security, Sandy loves puzzles, including what puzzles her about people.In general, Sandy believes diversity in views and backgrounds is highly beneficial to a department because different perspectives bring different skills and abilities to the table.Potential Red Flags (20:09)Sandy is consistently asked to be a mentor, which she is grateful to do. However, she feels a person lacks curiosity if they ask her questions answerable through a quick google search.If someone fails to take the initiative to learn themselves, a job in cyber security would not be a good match for them.Resume Review (21:38)During a cyber security career day, Sandy reviewed resumes and determined who she felt were great candidates.Sandy, also an adjunct professor, found this experience rewarding because she had the chance to talk with and guide individuals on their CISO journeys. The Mentee/Mentor Relationship (25:21)Steve and Sandy discuss the mentor and mentee relationship.Sandy doesn't love those terms because it's too official for the nature of the dynamic: relationship-building. Instead of asking someone you admire to be their mentee, ask them what they are working on and how you can help, and a mutually collaborative relationship can form.Taking A Chance (30:31)Steve presses Sandy on her move from an established company to a start-up.Sandy recognized that she was no longer growing as a CISO at her healthcare job, so she jumped into a start-up business. Although she put too much trust into this company before they earned it, she did feel like it was a risk worth...
In todays episode of the SellingSaas Podcast, Duane sits down with Corey Kossack the founder and CEO of Aspireship and talks about how Aspireship came from a constant problem he was experiencing within the company that acquired his previous start up, and the surprising amount of people who long for a career change, but have been "stuck" for many years without any real plans on how to make the change, even within their own org. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: 1:30 - Getting type cast for roles, even when you kind of fell into that job right out of college. 2:15 - Hitting constant road blocks when trying to learn new skills for a promotion or a complete role change in your company 3:15 - How so many issues and blockers of growth in a business stem from "people issues" but with no tangible process to get people to the next level If you get value from this episode, be sure to subscribe and share the episode with your friends, as we all can benefit from more positivity and leadership in today's society. Go to www.SellingSaaspodcast.com to get episodes sent directly to your inbox and get the weekly newsletter.
Do you feel worthy of success in your work life? Do you feel worthy of feeling joyful in your career? If not, this episode of The Unconditionally Worthy Podcast is for you. Tune in to this last episode of Season 4 as I talk about how self-worth sets you up for professional success, alignment, and growth in your career.IN THIS EPISODE, I TALK ABOUT…Embracing your unconditional self-worth as a pathway to professional success.How a connection with my self-worth transformed my career (and made me more money).5 steps to overcoming hustle culture and feeling worthy of professional success.and more!If you want to fully commit to your self-worth journey in 2023, consider joining the next cohort of the Unconditionally Group Coaching Program, starting in February 2023. Visit https://www.unconditionallyworthy.com/program to learn more and apply!If you enjoyed this discussion, share it with a loved one, then…Leave a Rating & Review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to show your love to The Unconditionally Worthy Podcast!Stream & Download The Unconditionally Worthy Podcast NOW for FREE on Apple Podcast, Google, Stitcher, Pandora, and Spotify!To connect further with me:Visit my website: https://www.dradiagooden.com Connect with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dradiagooden Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradiagooden Connect with me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adia-gooden-4b26751b Watch the full interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/CHMiQ2-t3YU Read the show notes and transcript here: https://dradiagooden.com/episodearchive/67This episode is sponsored by Crys & Tiana, a podcast production company helping you take the guesswork out of launching and growing your podcasts. Book a strategy call today and start turning your podcast dreams into reality!Get 25% off your first launch strategy session at https://www.crysandtiana.com/launchstrategy.This episode was produced by Crys & Tiana.Learn more at https://www.crysandtiana.com.
While Michelle and Chase take some time off for the holidays, they are taking turns looking back at some of their favorite episodes so far. Today, Michelle reflects on Episode 14 - Choose Your Own Career Adventure. You are the protagonist in your story...how are you being an advocate for your career? Resources: Article: 15 Empowering Ways to Advocate for Yourself at Work (Forbes) Article: Ask an Expert: How Do I Advocate for Myself at Work? (HBR) Like it? Share it! If you're finding value in exploring your Career Dreams through this podcast, please share it with your friends, followers and colleagues! Also, your ratings and reviews help others find the show...so please, let us know what you think! You can share your Career Dreams with us anytime via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about making your Career Dreams come true at FORUM Credit Union, visit our website: https://www.forumcu.com/careers Dream on!
In today's episode I'm sharing one of my favorite tools for living your fullest potential. This is the culmination of a 12 year career in leadership and the last 2 years of researching career driven women. This tool helps you capture what you've learned, what you've accomplished, and the skills and strengths you've acquired along the way. Now, you may think I'm talking about your career but I'm talking bigger than that because you are bigger and more than a job. It helps you to look into all aspects of your life.I call this tool the QXR - Quarterly X-Factor Review. I am so excited to share this with you. It's helped so many women and I can't wait for it to transform your life, too.Episode Resources:QXR Template
Cassie Spencer is the host of the Happenstance podcast and in this episode she shares her knowledge and experience in the world of happenstance. Cassie is also a career coach with a background in higher education and has worked in career and professional development offices on college campuses in addition to supporting clients through her private career coaching practice. Helping others make their next career move is at the core of the work that Cassie does. Episode highlights:Cassie's journey from higher ed to becoming a full-time private career coachHow to maximize your happenstance momentsA success story showing how a simple follow-up led to a series of experiences and ultimately a full-time job Job search tips for December college gradsCreating happenstance moments for your next career moveConnect with Cassie:Instagram and TikTok: @ CareerCoachCassieHappenstance the Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4A3uLpu8QgllwsHg6uREbN?si=c82b81cf67b8491dWebsite: https://www.careercoachcassie.com/Connect with me!LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lizherrera1/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lizcareercoaching/Website: https://www.lizcareercoaching.net/Twitter: https://twitter.com/HerreraLiz27Email: email@example.comMusic: https://www.purple-planet.comArtwork: Joseph Valenzuela DesignSupport the show
If a shop isn't growing its own technicians, turnover and retention will continue to be a huge problem in the automotive industry. Lindsey Trett, Director of Talent Acquisitions of Walser Automotive Group, shares her expertise on how shops can grow their own technicians by creating a solid career path. (1:50) Guest Background (13:51) Senior Leadership Needs to Believe in the Shop(16:46) Growing Your Own Technicians and Creating a Career Path(25:01) How to Get Real Feedback From Technicians(30:15) Adapting to the New Way Technicians Learn(35:12) Career Growth and the Emerging Leader Program(48:15) Handling Technicians Fear When First Starting at a New Shop(53:38) Gauging the Culture of a Good ShopResources:Watch Lindsey Trett's session of TechMission 2022Learn more about WrenchWay's Loneliest Number gameDownload the free WrenchWay mobile app:App StoreGoogle PlayAbout Our Host:Jay GoninenCo-Founder & President, WrenchWayjayg@wrenchway.com | 608.716.2122About Our Guest:Lindsey TrettDirector of Talent Acquisitions, Walser Automotive Groupltrett@walser.com Sponsor:Are you okay paying a bunch of added fees for credit card processing? How about waiting for hours or days for a call back from tech support at your payment processor?Wind River Financial is not okay with it either. In fact, a desire to get rid of the empty promises of the payments industry is one of the reasons this merchant services company was formed back in 1999.Now, over two decades later, family-owned Wind River continues to thrive by bringing integrity, transparent pricing, and a higher standard of service to its customers. They've been serving the automotive industry for over 20 years and would love the opportunity to serve you too. Give them a call at 833-274-5875 or visit windriverfinancial.com.Like the Beyond the Wrench podcast? Be sure to follow & rate us — whether on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts!Connect with us on social: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn YouTube TikTok
I am Statements.... How often are you giving yourself Negative Affirmations and not even thinking about it??I love and approve of myself. If you cringed when you read that then this episode is for you.Get More great Ideas like this right to your inbox with our Whole Human Newsletter. SIGN UP HERE TODAY! - Dream BIG. Live WELL.The Whole Human Method is a guide for expanding our Minds and Careers. Get insights and tangible exercises that Improve our Careers, Relationships, Performance, Productivity, Emotional Health and Mental Fitness.Email The Show - to suggest a guest, work With Phillip 1:1, and learn about Speaking Engagement and Master Classes.Connect with Phillip on Linkedin and Instagram
Strap in for the remarkable manifestation story of Pathway member and food blogger Alix Traeger! Learn how she used TBM work to manifest career growth, an aligned partner, buying & renovating her first home, a Tesla and much more. Alix shares her burnout story and how it catapulted her on a spiritual journey, eventually finding her way to TBM and starting her own food blog and business. Through this work, she also found a deep connection with her authenticity and she even shares her coming out story– or as she calls it “coming in”– as she is coming into her true sense of self. She shares many manifestations as the byproduct of increased self-worth – and how small changes can snowball into big results. No matter where you are in your career, love life or spiritual journey, this episode will expand you! Find the Complete Show Notes Here -> https://tobemagnetic.com/expanded-podcast In This Episode We Talk About:The remarkable manifestation story of Pathway member and food blogger Alix Traeger!How she used TBM work to manifest career growth, an aligned partner, getting out of debt and much more!Alix' transition from a job at Buzzfeed to starting her own food blog and businessFemale entrepreneurship and the importance of female expandersNavigating criticism when making career changesHer spiritual awakening and how it led her to find TBM!Alix' powerful story of coming out and finding her partnerThe energetics of sexuality and identityManifestations as the byproducts of increased self-worthPaying attention to what your inner child cravesThe relationship between love and moneyHow small changes can snowball into big resultsHer favorite DI's, workshops and challenges! THEMES / TIME STAMPS:Alix' transition from a job at Buzzfeed into starting her own blog and business (00:18:40)Her manifestation list and what came through (00:35:20)Alix' coming out story and partner manifestation! (00:39:52) Resources: Text Us: +1-213-423-5226 - (texting is only for US, Canada, & Puerto Rico)Alexis Smart x TBM EXPANDED Flower RemedyTBM Manifestation Journal Resentment Digital Masterclass The TBM Holiday Sale is here! Get to lowest rates of the season & join the Manifestation Challenge when you sign up for The Pathway Membership * Valid for new & returning members only. Cannot be applied mid-membership. Offer expires on 12/31/22. In The Episode:Ned -15% off with code TBM15Magnesium Superblends Shuteye ChaiLavenderberryNaked Blend Seed - 20% off your first month's supply with code TBM20Seed's DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic (for adults ages 18+)Seed's PDS-08™Pediatric Daily Synbiotic - (for kids ages 3-17) How To Manifest WorkshopInner Child WorkshopShadow WorkshopAnxiety DIExpanded Podcast - The Process EpisodesExpanded Ep 78 x Jordan Younger - The Balanced BlondeAuPairWorld.comWhere To Find Alix!IG - @majortraegerYouTubeTikTokWebsite SubmitSubmit to Be a Process Guest
In this episode, Ginny A. Baro discusses, "How can this powerful shift accelerate your career growth?" and the impact this approach has on your well-being and professional and personal results. If you enjoy this content, leave us a five-star rating so others can also find us, subscribe to hear more, and share this podcast with your friends. And if you want to stay in touch and hear from us, join our community to receive valuable strategies and expert advice at www.executivebound.com. To reach us, email firstname.lastname@example.org. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/visionaryleaderscircle/message
Welcome back to the She's Wild Podcast! Today's episode is a rebroadcast of my interview on Dream Job with Danielle Cobo. In this show, Danielle and I talk all about what it's like for me as a woman in a male-dominated industry, why it is critical to invest in yourself, how to know when it's time to pivot in your career, knowing what and what not to share on social media, and much more. Memorable Moments: 4:05 When I decided to switch to commercial brokerage, commercial real estate brokerage, I was going from a salaried position to straight commission. And I sat down and I did a financial plan on my own as part of my business plan. 7:52 In my field, education has always been a predominant thing where I'll invest. You know, I have a master's degree from the University of Florida. Once I got into the land brokerage business, I invested in getting specific professional designations to help me qualify, for my customer that I know what the heck I'm talking about.11:35 For me, it was about recognizing that when I'm not in the room, people have an impression of me. When I'm not in the room, they may say things that I can't control. But if I can be proactive and get ahead of what is it that they will say, when I'm not there, then that's a personal brand.24:33 If there are awards in your local community or region or state, or industry that you have the ability to either self-apply for, or someone else a boss can make the application on your behalf. I would definitely say to do that. Because you never really know. And this may sound silly, you never know who you're going up against. We're all busy. We're all going 100 miles an hour. And sometimes you might only be up against two or three other people and that award could be so substantial.Connect with Elite Career Coach, Danielle Cobo:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dream-job-with-danielle-cobo-podcast/id1569196916LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniellecobo/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheDanielleCoboInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedaniellecobo/Books and Workbooks:FREE Career Accelerator Digital Workbook: https://www.daniellecobo.com/career-accelerationFREE Crush Your Quota Digital Workbook: https://www.daniellecobo.com/sales-performancePromo Code for $30 off: dreamjobConnect with Nancy:Instagram: https://instagram.com/nancysurakLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancysurak/Website: www.nancysurak.com She's Wild Sound Production by:Luke Surak, Surak Productions: email@example.com
This episode is all about business hustle, entrepreneurship and growing a business from scratch. Nicole is CEO of Ama La Vida, which provides coaching for professionals and organizations. We hit on:- Nicole's approach to marketing her company- How to measure the success of coaching programs- Various strategies to employ when it comes to coaching marketers If you are interested in what coaching can do for you or your organization, this is the episode for you!To make sure you never miss an episode of The High EQ Market podcast, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and the website.Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for The High EQ Marketer in your favorite podcast player.
A recent survey conducted by boom! asked supply chain practitioners what they need to thrive in a supply chain management career. Four themes emerged from the survey results, including leadership, professional support, job-specific tools, and the work/life balance. Morgan says it's critical for leaders to learn what talent needs and provide the support to succeed. “It's about being human,” she says.In a competitive talent market, Morgan says people seek new jobs if they're not making enough career progress, or to get access to tools like digital supply chain technology for planning. They also value employers offering hybrid, remote and flexible work environments.LINKS:What the Thriving Supply Chain Professional Needs to Succeed survey results 2022: https://boomglobalnetwork.com/onewebmedia/What%20the%20Thriving%20Supply%20Chain%20Professional%20Needs%20to%20Succeed%20-%20boom%21%20report%202022.pdf
When you invest in bettering employee engagement, career pathing, and communication, you will find that talent retention becomes a whole lot easier. Tune into our 58th episode of the Talent Experience Podcast with Lance Haun! Lance is the Vice President of Market Insights at the Starr Conspiracy and is focused on researching technology and its practical implications for organizations and people. Together, Lance Haun and host John Hollon discuss retention vs recruiting, the communication gaps between employees and employers, and the importance of giving people the opportunity to explore. Connect with Lance through his LinkedIn, Twitter @thelance, or at https://lancehaun.com/, and for more insightful conversations visit www.talentexperiencepodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Talent Experience Podcast!
This week on Shorties!, Kate and Claire update you on the Epinephrine Auto Injector Initiative, Provider Job Opening Posts, and the Capital Region Career Development Center.The Bright Ideas in this episode are brought to you by Vroom and they include their "Junior Scientist" and "Travel Talk" tip card. Show links:OCFS Dear Provider Letter Email Claire your job openings at firstname.lastname@example.orgEnhanced B5 SUNY/CUNY Early Childhood Workforce Scholarship Event Registration--Home & Classroom is an interview-style podcast featuring child development experts with hosts Rachel & Hannah. Shorties! is a news-style podcast on what's happening at Brightside Up with Claire & Kate.
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When I am in your head I am out of my Mind... Letting Go of the Thoughts, Actions, and Opinions of othersAcceptance is the Answer,Get More great Ideas like this right to your inbox with our Whole Human Newsletter. SIGN UP HERE TODAY! - Dream BIG. Live WELL.The Whole Human Method is a guide for expanding our Minds and Careers. Get insights and tangible exercises that Improve our Careers, Relationships, Performance, Productivity, Emotional Health and Mental Fitness.Email The Show - to suggest a guest, work With Phillip 1:1, and learn about Speaking Engagement and Master Classes.Connect with Phillip on Linkedin and Instagram
If you're trying to move up in your career, you may want to think twice about blindly following your company's initiatives. While it's important to support your company, not every initiative is going to be relevant to your career growth. In some cases, it may even hold you back. Whenever your company has an initiative, this initiative is rolled out throughout the whole company. But here's the problem, not every person in the company is actually struggling with that particular problem. So if you need to hold your clients more accountable, that may not be you. In Today's Episode, We Discuss: Introduction [1:05] Why does your company have a focus, and what is a company focus? [3:03] Vulnerability In The Workplace [5:36] Figuring Out Your Natural Tendencies [8:30] Why Your Company Focus May Be Stalling Your Career [9:56] Connect with Mary Guirovich Email Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Twitter YouTube Resources Mentioned: Mary's Free Guide: Boost Your Confidence and Get That Promotion Mary's My Promotion Plan Follow & Review on Apple Podcasts Are you following my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today so you don't miss any future episodes! I would also appreciate it if you would leave me a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! I read each of them, and they help me make sure I am providing the content that you love to hear!
I couldn't think of a more uplifting story and episode to share with you before this Thanksgiving Holiday (and at an economically challenging time for many when it's easy to feel down) than this conversation with Sabrina Ruelle. I met Sabrina on a LinkedIn text message thread where she struck me with her thoughtful, well-articulated and insightful answers to my simple question: "What is the biggest challenge facing you in your career now?". She sounded way wiser than her years and I knew I wanted to talk to her. It turns out Sabrina's story is a unique one. She was placed in foster care at 12 years old when her mom had to battle addiction and she spent the next few years defying the expectation that she would underperform in the system. After high school, the only college that would accept her was a community college but she didn't let that deter her either. She ended up getting her master's degree at Boston University, and today, at 32 years old, is a Senior Director of Program Marketing and Management with a healthcare device startup. She's one of the best storytellers I've met and shows you what's possible when you choose career paths that follow your passion - healthcare for Sabrina, because of her mom's struggles. Tune in to hear Sabrina's inspirational story and to see what's possible when you are determined to put down roots, bloom and count your blessings in any environment.
In episode 40 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Kate Syuma, Head of Growth Design at Miro. Over the last five years at Miro, Kate has grown from an IC Product Designer to a Product Design Lead and up to her current role. Her insights on career growth and keeping things fresh as your career progress are fantastic!During our chat, Kate shares how to organize your career path and grow as a designer while not getting tired of your job. We also talk about how she set herself up to land her first job and then be discovered by Miro. Kate's approach to growth will help you no matter where you are in your career path right now!During our interview with Kate, you will learn:
These are the 5 questions to ask ourselves Daily to grow mentally, spiritually , and physically. Get More great Ideas like this right to your inbox with our Whole Human Newsletter. SIGN UP HERE TODAY! - Dream BIG. Live WELL.The Whole Human Method is a guide for expanding our Minds and Careers. Get insights and tangible exercises that Improve our Careers, Relationships, Performance, Productivity, Emotional Health and Mental Fitness.Email The Show - to suggest a guest, work With Phillip 1:1, and learn about Speaking Engagement and Master Classes.Connect with Phillip on Linkedin and Instagram
Change is inevitable, but with change comes opportunity. Today I'm discussing how you can embrace change by becoming a professional shapeshifter. Join me as I share 5 ways I'm currently honing my craft as a shapeshifter, and how you too can be in control of what shape you choose to shift into next.Contact Darn Good Leadership: Email email@example.com
Get Inspiring Messages, Emotional Fitness techniques and more great Ideas like this right to your inbox with our Whole Human Newsletter. SIGN UP HERE TODAY! - Dream BIG. Live WELL.The Whole Human Method is a guide for expanding our Minds and Careers. Get insights and tangible exercises that Improve our Careers, Relationships, Performance, Productivity, Emotional Health and Mental Fitness.Email The Show - to suggest a guest, work With Phillip 1:1, and learn about Speaking Engagement and Master Classes.Connect with Phillip on Linkedin and InstagramTodays Episode American forces were instrumental in the lives of many Afghans for over 20 years. Many of them never knew life without Americans in in their country. It's been a year since the withdrawal and on this Veterans Day we hear the story of Asma Paigeer who overcome immense fear and uncertainty and put the lives of others ahead of one's own.Asma Paigeer showed incredible courage as she worked with US Forces to escape the Taliban following the fall of Afghanistan. She not only helped herself but saved the lives of 147 young women and refused to leave without rescuing the 3 that were kidnapped by the Taliban. Her Father worked with US forces for 15 years and they were a visible family in Afghanistan. When the government was succeeded by the Taliban their home was marked and her family including herself were targeted. Now that she has escaped to the US she is a student at VA Tech and is making it her personal life mission to learn, succeed and work to improve her country. Her message is simple. “ If I don't Succeed, then they Win” Take a listen and support Asma's education at with the link provided below https://gofund.me/a97046d7
In this season Kathryn and Laura are inspired to learn and inspired to share. Each week they discuss the ongoing story of their learning as they engage in reflective practice to connect their ideas and continuously grow. This week's inspiration is shared from Kathryn as she discusses Reimagining Career Growth. Transcript Resources: How to Increase Accessibility with Alternative Text (Alt Text), Lindsay Foster, TCEA TechNotes Blog Redefining Career Growth episode, Curious Minds interview with Julie Winkle Giulioni Multidimensional Career Assessment Choose Your Own (Career) Adventure, ATD article by Julie Winkle Giulioni
Let me tell you a secret: When you have skin in the game, you show up differently. When your company sends you to the trainings that they provide, you can come back and return to the same old day-to-day routine without anything lost. But when you invest in your OWN growth, you have something to lose…and more to gain. This week, I'll be discussing… The myths surrounding investing in your own career growth Why it's always worth investing in yourself My own experience investing in coaching And more! Investing in yourself isn't a waste or an unnecessary expenditure; it's the best way to transform the way you show up at work, show up as a leader, and show up as you move forward in your career. EPISODE RESOURCES: Connect with Rebecca https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-muriuki/ https://instagram.com/rebeccakmuriuki Apply to work with me https://bit.ly/designedtolead Grab your Position to Promotion Guide https://bit.ly/positiontopromotion
In this episode I discuss the importance of using your voice. And steps you can take to ensure you're voice is heard in the workplace. EPISODE LINKSCheck out my Crystal Shop for your crystal needs!Get the Career Mindset Guide at ManifestYourCareer.comClick Here to learn more about my career coaching services. Thank you for listening, please Subscribe and leave a Review on Apple Podcasts, and Follow me via IG @ManifestYourCareer Support the showConnect with me on IG @ManifestYourCareer
Are traditional career systems failing? How can you tell if your professional growth is optimized? Mary describes the reason why traditional career advice is ineffective for all people, regardless of gender or ethnicity. Furthermore, covers how people can approach career progression more effectively and the misconceptions around it. An approach that both the employee and the employer can truly embrace. An approach that achieves your goals without relying on guesswork. In Today's Episode, We Discuss: How is the traditional career system failing [01:43] Things women have to overcome whenever we're advancing [02:44] What's wrong with approaching our boss for advancement [6:59] Mary's reflection - hiring process at work [10::34] The right confidence and competence [11:46] Where we fail our career system [12:26] How to advance our careers? [16:55] The right approach to career advancement - My Promotion Plan [22:36] Connect with Mary Guirovich Email Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Twitter YouTube Resources Mentioned: Mary's Free Guide: Boost Your Confidence and Get That Promotion Mary's My Promotion Plan Follow & Review on Apple Podcasts Are you following my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today so you don't miss any future episodes! I would also appreciate it if you would leave me a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! I read each of them, and they help me make sure I am providing the content that you love to hear!
Mentorship is one of the most important aspects of career growth. A good mentor can help you navigate through your career, give you helpful advice, and introduce you to new opportunities. If you're looking to advance your career, it's important to find a good mentor and develop a strong mentoring relationship.
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Being laid off is never a pleasant experience; however, similar to all of life's biggest challenges, it can be a huge opportunity for growth. Victoria was loving her career and things were great! Until they weren't. She was laid off only 5 months into her ideal role and had to unexpectedly navigate another career change. Learn how she expertly tapped into her strengths and network, landed a role in a completely different industry, and made the most of her career change opportunity by negotiating to meet her goals! What you'll learn How to stay positive and motivated to make a career change after job loss Why a layoff can be the best thing that can happen for your career growth How to use your strengths to search for new roles Why a career change is the best time to negotiate your salary and benefits Our new book, Happen To Your Career: An Unconventional Approach To Career Change and Meaningful Work, is out now! Visit happentoyourcareer.com/book for more information or buy the book now! Have career change questions or want to make an introduction? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Want to chat with someone on the team about your situation? Schedule a conversation Free Resources What career fits you? Join our free 8 Day Mini Course to figure it out! Career Change Guide - Learn how high-performers discover their ideal career and find meaningful, well-paid work without starting over. Related Episodes Discover Your Strengths to Find Your Ideal Career (Spotify / Apple Podcasts) Changing Careers (When You Don't Know Your Next Job Title) (Spotify / Apple Podcasts)
If you have the experience and skills but are still asking yourself, “Am I ready? Am I qualified enough for the requirements of this job?”, you may have preconceived notions or fixed views holding you back from your goals. In this episode, Danielle Lisenbey, CEO of MedRisk, shares how her personal experiences in work comp and mentors throughout her career helped her become the successful female leader she is today. Danielle shares her insights on challenging fixed mindsets that keep us stagnant in our careers and knowing when it's time to raise your hand for an opportunity. And even more importantly, she discusses the significance of paying it forward when you do find a leadership seat at the table.Learn More About DanielleDanielle's LinkedInMedRisk's WebsiteNotable MentionsComp LaudeKid' Chance
The key to career growth is not only setting goals, but also having the right behavior competencies and taking on stretch assignments. As you move up the ladder, you will need to continuously develop these skills in order to be successful. See the show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/328.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit https://www.basedonatruestorypodcast.com/ for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
#257: We've asked this question to thousands of leaders: How would you describe the worst leader you've ever worked for? In this episode I share what we consistently hear from people. These are the things we all want to avoid doing or being as leaders!Connect with me on LinkedIn or to send me a DM:https://www.linkedin.com/in/russleads/Tap here to check out our latest book, The Great Resignation, on Amazon!Tap here to check out my first book, Decide to Lead, on Amazon. Thank you so much to the thousands of you who have already purchased it!--About the podcast:The Culture Hacks Podcast with Russ Hill is for leaders of teams who want to grow and accelerate their results. In each episode, Russ Hill shares what he's learned consulting executives on their organization culture. Subscribe to get two new episodes every week. To connect with Russ about what he does with company culture message him on LinkedIn!
Diana Alt is a No BS executive coach and career growth strategist who helps people take charge of aligning life and livelihood. Diana uses her 20+ years of experience in corporate product development roles to help people get out of their own way by building confidence, setting boundaries, and casting a vision for an awesome career and life. She believes work should feel good, not like a long slow march towards oblivion. Diana helps individuals and organizations to make work awesome through her coaching, consulting, and training services. She helps people identify ideal work for them and execute and effective job search strategy. She also helps people identify ways to update the way they work in their current jobs and businesses to align with the life they want. Diana is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and Certified Career Coach from the Career Coach Institute. Her top strengths are Input, Learner, Intellection, Maximizer, and Connectedness. Her top weaknesses are tacos and Diet Coke. Diana can be reached at dianaalt.com It's never too late to start your own daily creative habit! Join our free Facebook community Daily Creative Habit & subscribe to the Daily Creative Habit newsletter, delivered right to your inbox twice a week! www.DailyCreativeHabit.com
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've seen some pretty wild statistics about the Great Resignation and people leaving their jobs. How do you know that you are ready for a new job or career? Let's talk about it. In this episode, I talk about:1. 10 signs that it is time to look elsewhere2. If you've decided that it might be time to leave, Remember thatIt's okay not to be clear on the exact next steps but start with what you don't want and follow your curiousityYou should be honest about whether you're changing jobs in the same fields or changing careers entirelyIt is best to look before you're desperate so you can consider your options from a place of powerWant to learn how Dumebi pivoted into tech and doubled her base salary, listen to episode 49 of the podcast!Thank you for the gift of your time and attention. Thank you for listening to this episode of the Rich Immigrant podcast, please review, subscribe, and share this episode with someone in your world that needs these conversations. Please join our community online at www.therichimmigrant.com or on Instagram at 'Therichimmigrant.'
Allure Editor-in-Chief Jessica Cruel is here to give us some insight into the current state of beauty editorial! First, we discuss the process behind selecting Allure's famous Best of Beauty awards and her launch of the Melanin Edit, a vertical that authentically speaks to Black and Brown people without explanation. But that's not all. Tune in as she digs deep to reflect on finding comfort in the accessibility of beauty at an early age, doing her best to lead with compassion as an EIC, understanding differences in working styles and boundaries for Gen-Z employees, and wanting to see sustained interest when it comes to diversity within the beauty industry.TPH by Taraji Twisting Curl Cream, NuFACE Trinity, Tatcha Essence, Shani Darden (Exfoliating Serum, Sculpting Wand), La Mer Treatment Lotion, Dyson Hair Dryer, Jones Road Blush.Follow Jessica: @jcruel Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.