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Best podcasts about industrial organizational psychology

Latest podcast episodes about industrial organizational psychology

The Family Biz Show
Ep 72. The Deep Psychology of Family Business with Dr. Jim Kestenbaum

The Family Biz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 55:06


Ep 72 – The Deep Psychology of Family Business  In this episode, Dr. Jim Kestenbaum joins us to talk about why consulting a psychologist for family business succession can be one of the best choices a business owner can make today, how using an in-depth leadership assessment process can identify the kind and degree of leadership development areas needed in your business and the reality that many family businesses struggle knowing which family members should do what, especially as talents from the current generation may differ for the next one. Don't miss this episode!  OUR GUEST  Dr. Jim Kestenbaum*  Dr. Jim Kestenbaum is TSG's founder, having extensive executive coaching, selection, succession and career development expertise built on a Ph.D. in counseling psychology with specialization in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. He has worked with scores of executives in over 300 companies both locally and nationally. You can contact Dr. Jim at https://getdrjim.com/  ---  If you're a family business or a family business consultant and want to be on the show, share your story and help other family businesses, send us an email to producer@thefamilybizshow.com or visit us at The Family Biz Show | Family Business Podcast With Michael Palumbos (familywealthandlegacy.com) to fill out our web form!  ---  CRN-5416361-011723 *not affiliated with Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp.  Michael Palumbos is a registered representative of Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp. Securities and investment advisory services offered through Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp., a broker/dealer (member SIPC) and registered investment advisor. Insurance offered through Lincoln affiliates and other fine companies. Family Wealth & Legacy, LLC is not an affiliate of Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp. Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp. and its representatives do not provide legal or tax advice. You may want to consult a legal or tax advisor regarding any legal or tax information as it relates to your personal circumstances. 

Bro Nouveau Podcast
Dr. Nikki Blacksmith: Industrial Psychology for Venture Capital, Censorship in Academia, and the Science of Work Performance

Bro Nouveau Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 54:25


086 - Dr. Nikki Blacksmith is a scientist-practitioner in the field of Industrial Psychology. She holds a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the George Washington University and is the co-founder of Blackhawke Behaviour Science. Blackhawke Behaviour Science assists venture capital investors in conducting psychological due diligence.Timestamps: 1:00 - Nikki introduction and path to higher education; measuring psychological phenomenon 8:00 - Developing self-awareness 12:00 - Censorship in Academia 20:00 - Founding Blackhawke26:00 - Thoughts on Antiracism & Pro-Diversity Zeitgeist & VC Industry32:00 - Dynamics of venture capital investment 40:00 - Personality and Skill assessment for startups 44:00 - Self-Centricity & Entrepreneurial Performance 50:00 - What distinguishes Blackhawke's personality assessment? Blackhake's Website:https://blackhawke.io/Blackhawke's Blog for Startups: https://medium.com/blackhawke Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick
Best of Organizational Thought Leadership 2022 | Kelly Wright, Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, Mark Smith, and Adam Zuckerman

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 27:28


Happy New Year! This episode showcases the best of our 2022 podcast. Listen in to hear some great insights from four amazing guests: Kelly Wright is the Founder of Culture Driven Sales which helps companies create exceptional cultures. She is also the President and COO of Gong, a company that analyses customer facing interactions to deliver the insights needed to close more deals. Kelly helps us connect thought leadership and sales. We learn why companies want to work with thought leadership partners that will challenge them and create a better environment for sales. Kelly shares what sales can do to aid in that goal and the tools they'll need to succeed. Kimberly Ellison-Taylor is an experienced accountant and active member and CEO of KET Solutions, a consulting firm focused on business growth, innovation, strategy, transformation and inclusive leadership. Kimberly has served on a number of boards and shares how thought leadership can help you prepare for such a position.  Being a thought leader means having a broad perspective and an insightful, distinct view to share. Kimberly also shares how you can help the board identify gaps in their knowledge, patch them, and then use that knowledge to serve their market both internally and externally. Mark Smith is the Director, HR Thought Leadership at the Society of Human Resource Management (aka: SHRM).  Mark has a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and years of experience in Human Resources consulting. Mark holds the first thought leadership position at his company and was responsible for building the role from the ground up.  We learn the steps he had to take to make it a meaningful position within the organization and how he discovered ways to bridge the gap between the important research they were conducting and the audience they hoped to reach. Adam Zuckerman is the Product Leader, Employee Engagement Software at Willis Towers Watson, a company offering data-driven insight-led solutions in the areas of people, risk, and capital. In the last couple of years Adam has focused more on the visibility of thought leadership for the product. One of the ways he is accomplishing that is through social media, specifically LinkedIn, a platform he had previously ignored. Adam shares ways to use the platform as a powerful tool to build relationships, discover new ideas, and hone your content.  Three Key Takeaways: * Thought Leadership can help you punch above your weight if you can reach your audience in meaningful ways with actionable content. *  Effective thought leadership needs to be well researched, and place its insights into the hands of those that need it most. *  Social media can be a powerful tool for reaching your audience, and by listening to your audience you can sharpen your content.

Work Smart Hypnosis | Hypnosis Training and Outstanding Business Success
WSH398 - Ignacio Segovia on Work-Life Balance

Work Smart Hypnosis | Hypnosis Training and Outstanding Business Success

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 36:46


Ignacio Segovia is a CHB-certified hypnotist, coach, psychologist, lecturer, and author of Work-Life Balance Doesn't Work: How to achieve happiness and well-being in 5 steps. Passionate about helping individuals and organizations improve their well-being, Ignacio has spent over two decades studying the human mind and behavior. He holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the Central University of Venezuela and graduated from Paris Nanterre University with a master's in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Ergonomics. Ignacio is also a Human-Centric Workplace Consultant and serves as the hypnotist and Brain Trainer of the Hypnosis Help Center. Ignacio joins me today to discuss work-life balance and why it no longer works. He describes his passion for programming the human mind and how it led him to pivot from engineering to psychology. He shares the key to creating a happy life and outlines the elements that lead people to achieve their goals. He also discusses the role of purpose and motivation in building habits and underscores why habits are essential to creating a beautiful, fulfilling life. Want more like this? Discover how to help more people and run a thriving hypnosis business at https://HypnoticBusinessSystems.com/ “When you facilitate hypnosis and use metaphors with clients, you create emotions which guide them to do the things that create the habits needed to have a beautiful life.” - Ignacio Segovia ●     Why Ignacio transitioned from studying engineering to psychology and how he discovered hypnosis●     Understanding the role of emotional states in building habits and creating a happy life●     World, Essence, Bonding, and the elements of building a fulfilled life●     The Kaizen methodology and the power of doing small things every day to achieve your goals●     Congruence and stepping into your identity●     Why “work/life balance” no longer works●     The five areas of life and how to evaluate them●     Why Ignacio is passionate about positive psychology, work-life balance, hypnosis, and coaching Resources Mentioned: ●     Book: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey Connect with Ignacio Segovia: ●     Hypnosis Help Center●     Work-Life Balance Doesn't Work●     Book: Work-Life Balance Doesn't Work: How to achieve happiness and well-being in 5 steps●     Work-Life Balance Doesn't Work on Facebook●     Ignacio Segovia on LinkedIn●     Ignacio Segovia on Instagram  Join our next online certification course… wherever you are in the world!●     https://WorkSmartHypnosisLIVE.com/  Get an all-access pass to Jason's digital library to help you grow your hypnosis business: ●     https://www.hypnoticbusinesssystems.com/ Get instant access to Jason Linett's entire hypnotherapeutic training library:●     https://www.hypnoticworkers.com/ If you enjoyed today's episode, please send us your valuable feedback! ●     https://www.worksmarthypnosis.com/itunes ●     https://www.facebook.com/worksmarthypnosis/ Join the new WORK SMART HYPNOSIS COMMUNITY on Facebook!●     https://www.facebook.com/groups/worksmarthypnosis/  Want to work with Jason? Check out:●     https://www.virginiahypnosis.com/call/ 

How To Rewrite Your Stars
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome w/ Guest Victor Mosconi

How To Rewrite Your Stars

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 82:26


3.22 Overcoming Imposter Syndrome w/ Guest Victor Mosconi Victor jumps right in with me talking about what imposter syndrome is and how it affects people. We talk about some examples, from what I've experienced myself, to what he's experienced himself, to what others have, and how it's affected each of us. We also talk about how to work through it! Because there are solutions. Have you ever dealt with imposter syndrome? How have you been able to work through those feelings and know that you're good enough? As we dive deeper we talk about how imposter syndrome is also called "Imposter Phenomenon" because it isn't something permanent. Near the end of the episode, Victor shares his journey with us of how he went through college, worked, became interested in studying this, and how he's helping people now. How has rephrasing something helped you in your life? What has piqued your interest that you now help others with? Be sure to listen to today's episode and check out Victor's website to connect with him and be sure to take the quiz to find out what level of imposter syndrome you experience. Remember, you can rewrite your stars and know that you are enough and can contribute in so many ways to everyone around you! Today's Sponsor: Starlight Mentoring, https://www.starlightmentoring.com/ Guest's Bio: Victor Mosconi, is a PhD Candidate in Psychology, with a Master's in Psychology of Leadership Development and Coaching, a Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and founder of Imposter Solution Coach. Through his life-long experience with imposter syndrome, his psychology background, and coaching skills, Victor specializes in supporting up-and-coming women leaders and entrepreneurs in overcoming their self-doubt and imposter thoughts to develop a mindset of self-appreciation and strong self-belief. Take his quiz on his website and discover what level of impostor syndrome you experience. Episode Resources: Victor's Website, https://victormos.com Victor's Instagram, https://instagram.com/impostor.doctor Please share what you learned or answer questions we asked: https://forms.gle/XywHwTvHts2D63ZR8 Want to be a guest? https://forms.gle/koXPMkgHqaotNs7e7

Lighten Up and unstuck your what the f**k
Disability vs. Superpower with Misty Kerrigan

Lighten Up and unstuck your what the f**k

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 45:23 Transcription Available


In this conversation with Misty Kerrigan, we explore the way we frame disabilities and superpowers. Misty is an incredible human who is proud of her ADHD superpower! She helps people find their zone of excellence within their superpower and use that to thrive. She also recognizes that sometimes we fall out of our “zone” and her mission is to help people find their way back into owning their superpowers as the gifts they are!In this podcast we also talk about:-figuring out if people want solutions or just a person to listening when venting-adulting (oof!)-being diagnosed with ADHD as an adult-managing ADHD-building trust with yourselfYou may have heard the saying, “You are the sum of the people five people you spend most of your time with.” Misty reminds is that we are the sum of those people, plus the sum of their five people, PLUS the sum of their five! Bringing awareness to who you surround yourself with can really impact your life. When you are aware of how those relationships serve you, you may find that some fall away naturally Misty reminds us that this is part of the human experience.About the Guest:Misty Kerrigan is a bestselling author, podcaster, and national trainer that has spent over 21 years in the mental health field, creating and directing multimillion-dollar programs that empower foster youth and at-risk children. For the past 10 years, she has been consulting and training at the university level, helping the State of California prepare, launch, and teach skill-based workshops to enhance their mental health and children's systems. As a business psychologist with an emphasis on mental health, she is dedicated to helping her clients execute all aspects of their life and businesses with purpose and passion. She holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and uses this along with her life experience to help others reignite dwindled passions, eliminate excuses, and get results.Follow her on Facebook @mkerrigan33About the Host: Tanya is the Founder and creator of the Trifecta of Joy Philosophy. With over 30 years of research and work in various helping fields, she is your real-talk friend, teacher, social worker, and embodied transformation life coach! Her mission is to help people connect with their truth and love the life they intentionally choose to live! Using her philosophy of the Trifecta of Joy, her mission is to empower people through their struggles with the elements of awareness, befriending your inner critic and raising your vibe. This podcast is about sharing stories of imperfection moving through life to shift toward possibilities, purpose, and power in your life!Having had many wtf moments including becoming a widow, struggling with weight and body image issues, dating after loss, single parenting, remarriage, and blending families, Tanya is committed to offering you inspiration and empowerment – body, mind, and spirit! As a speaker, writer, and coach, Tanya steps into her life's purpose daily – to INSPIRE HOPE.Ready for your own Self Love Adventure?https://www.perfectlyimperfect.wtf/lighten-up-self-love-adventure-invitationGet in touch with Tanya and follow the fun and inspiration in other places too!www.perfectlyimperfect.wtf https://www.facebook.com/PerfectlyImperfect.wtf

WorkCookie - A SEBOC Podcast
Ep. 111 - The Rise of Industrial/Organizational Psychology in Workplace Operations (Audience + Panel: Dr. Jeremy Lucabaugh, Thomas Bradshaw, LindaAnn Rogers)

WorkCookie - A SEBOC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 65:29


In this episode: Dr. Jeremy Lucabaugh, Tom Bradshaw, Laura Jordan, Chelsey Fry, Gary Dumais, Oliver Zagorin, Nejat Imani Nakyanzi, Lee Crowson, LindaAnn Rogers, Dr. Martha Gradjek   Reference   Nicolae, M., Arikan, M., Deshpande, V., & Ferguson, M. (2017). Do Bags Fly Free? An Empirical Analysis of the Operational Implications of Airline Baggage Fees. Management Science, 63(10), 3187. https://doi-org.ezproxymso.helmlib.org/10.1287/mnsc.2016.2500

PCTY Talks
HR Skills for the Future with Dr. Alex Alonso

PCTY Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 9:50 Transcription Available


A report compiled by the Harvard Business Review revealed that within the next 10 years, 65% of jobs will necessitate new skills that are not currently required. As the world progresses and changes, so too must the field of human resources. Join Alex Alonso and host Shari Simpson as they discuss the most essential skills for HR professionals in the future. Guest: Dr. Alex Alonso, Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, Chief Knowledge Officer, SHRM Alexander Alonso, PhD, SHRM-SCP is the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM's) Chief Knowledge Officer leading operations for SHRM's Certified Professional and Senior Certified Professional certifications, research functions, and the SHRM Knowledge Advisor service. He is responsible for all research activities, including developing the SHRM Competency Model and SHRM credentials. During his career, he has worked with numerous subject matter experts worldwide to identify performance standards, develop competency models, design organizational assessments, and conduct job analyses. He was also responsible for working on contract task orders involving the development of measurement tools for content areas such as job knowledge (like teacher knowledge of instructional processes) and organizational climates (like organizational climate forecasting in military health care). Dr. Alonso received his doctorate in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Florida International University in 2003. His works have been recognized for their contribution to real-world issues. They include being recognized by the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (Division 14 of the APA; SIOP) with the 2007 M. Scott Myers Award for Applied Research in the Workplace for the development of the federal standard for medical team training, TeamSTEPPS; being awarded a 2009 Presidential Citation for Innovative Practice by the American Psychological Association for supporting the development of competency model for team triage in emergency medicine; receiving the 2013 SIOP Distinguished Early Career Contributions for Practice Award. Throughout his career, he has published works in peer-reviewed journals such as Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, Journal of Applied Psychology, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, People and Strategy, Personality and Individual Differences, Quality and Safety in Health Care, and Human Resources Management Review. He has also authored several chapters on community-based change initiatives in workforce readiness, as well as co-authoring Defining HR Success: A Guide to the SHRM Competency Model in Practice. Dr. Alonso also served as a columnist analyzing major trends in the workforce for The Industrial Psychologist and HR Magazine. In addition, he has served on several professional society boards, including the SIOP and the Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington.   Mentioned in the episode: SHRM: https://www.shrm.org/ Dr. Alex Alonso: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-alonso-shrm/

Fit & Fierce
282: Emmy McConnico - What It Is To Be Human

Fit & Fierce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 36:36


Emmy McConnico is a Human Design and Life Guide based in the Phoenix, AZ area. She has her Masters in Human Services and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. She is the mother of two dogs, a cat, and a horse. Her goal is to help people feel seen, heard, and understood in the human experience of depression and anxiety. Connect with Emmy: Instagram Website You, The Dreamer Podcast You can also find her on Facebook under Emmy McConnico Breath With Me Meghan is a Trauma Informed Breathwork Facilitator & Somatic Facilitator. She is the founder of RELEASE breathwork and the host of the Here To Be podcast. She is here to empower you to stop looking out for yourself for the answers and let your inner wisdom be your guide. Connect with Meghan: If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it. Subscribe, rate, and review the show on ITunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it. Work with Meghan Tag me on Instagram @meghansandve and let me know your favorite takeaways --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heretobe/message

How We'll Live Podcast
The 5 skills for positive, long lasting relationships and relational intelligence with Dr. Adam C. Bandelli

How We'll Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 62:48


Dr. Adam C. Bandelli is an organizational psychologist and leadership advisor with over twenty years of corporate consulting experience. In his latest book Relational Intelligence, he details the five essential skills he has researched to create life-changing relationships. Adam received his Ph.D. and master's degree from the University of South Florida in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Now, he owns & runs Bandelli & Associates where he and his team of consultants leverage psychological insights to help their clients unleash their true leadership potential. He has been featured in Chief Executive Magazine, SUCCESS, Fast Company, HR.com and more.  Through his work he not only helps people build stronger relationships that have a positive impact on their lives, he's also an advocate for mental health and hopes to break the stigma associated with mental health disorders, specifically bipolar.  We talk about:  The difference between emotional intelligence vs. relational intelligence How generations are different in what they need from communication styles  How COVID has impacted the workplace & leadership roles  The 5 essential skills of relational intelligence, how anyone can develop the skills, and why trust is the most important skill in the framework  Doing the work on ourselves  How to have constructive and meaningful conversations with people you don't see eye-to-eye with And why being authentically YOU is the best way to build meaningful relationships and how to step into your authenticity  Follow Adam on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adambandelli/ Visit his Website: https://bandelliandassociates.com/

Mi-Fit Podcast
The Superpower of Self Awareness with Dr. Tasha Eurich.

Mi-Fit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 66:00


This week on The MiFit Podcast I'm stoked to chat with organizational psychologist, researcher, and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Tasha Eurich.With a PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Tasha is the principal of The Eurich Group, a boutique executive development firm that helps successful executives achieve dramatic personal and organizational change. Her clients include Google, Salesforce, the NBA, Walmart, and the White House Leadership Development Program. She's worked directly with tens of thousands of leaders, and spoken live to hundreds of thousands more, on every continent but Antartica. Tasha's Ted Talk has also been viewed more than nine million times.Globally, Tasha has been named one of the world's top 50 coaches, the #1 self-awareness coach, and both the #1 organizational culture and communication expert by Global Gurus.Topics-Why self awareness is the number meta skill of the 21st century-Common myths and misconceptions around self awareness-Internal vs. External awareness-Strategies to improve your self awareness-Being an informer vs. a me-former-Self acceptance vs. self-esteem-How to deal with unaware people-Asking What, not WhyIf you found value in this episode be sure to leave a rating, review, and share it on your social medias. Your 5-star feedback helps the show grow tremendously and helps to bring on more incredible guests like Dr. Tasha. 

Ruthless Compassion with Dr. Marcia Sirota
125 — Dr. Adam C. Bandelli: Relational Intelligence

Ruthless Compassion with Dr. Marcia Sirota

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 26:39


Founder & Managing Director of Bandelli & Associates, Dr. Adam C. Bandelli is an organizational psychologist and seasoned leadership advisor with over twenty years of corporate consulting experience. Adam's calling and purpose in life is to help the leaders identify, embrace, and unleash their true authentic selves. In his latest book Relational Intelligence, he details the five essential skills he has found to create life-changing relationships. Adam received his Ph.D. and master's degree from the University of South Florida in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Now, he runs Bandelli & Associates where he and his consultants leverage psychological insights to help their clients unleash their true leadership potential. Prior to founding his current agency, Adam was a Partner with Korn Ferry, where he coached C-suite executives. He has been featured in Chief Executive Magazine, SUCCESS, Fast Company, HR.com and more. He hopes that through his work and book, he can help eradicate the stigma that people with mental health disorders are damaged or broken and change the stereotypes that are associated with people who have bipolar disorder. You can find Dr. Adam online... Website Instagram Twitter Originally posted on 11/17/22

The High Performance Zone
Are WALLS, MIRRORS, & LIARS getting in the way of your own SELF-AWARENESS? 95% of people think they are self-aware but the real number is between 10-15%. Tune in to hear more from Dr. Tasha Eurich PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology

The High Performance Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 85:33


Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist and executive coach who specializes in developing self-awareness and helping business leaders and their teams thrive. Tasha is also the author of Insight: The Surprising Truth About How Others See Us, How We See Ourselves, and Why The Answers Matter More Than We Think.In this episode, you'll hear from Tasha Eurich on;(00:05:16) The scientific definition of self-awareness. According to Tasha, self-awareness is the will and the skill to know who you are on the inside, along with the ability to understand how others see you. She also points out that self-awareness is a skill that we can all learn.(00:21:18) The role of loving critics. Tasha explains that the most self-aware people tend to have three to five carefully chosen ‘loving critics' whom they approach for regular feedback. She adds that it's essential to appoint people who have your best interests at heart and are ready, willing, and able to tell you the truth, even when it's hard to hear.(00:39:39) Getting started. Tasha recommends concentrating on one behaviour you want to change and holding 5-minute conversations once a month with 8-10 key stakeholders. In particular, she advises asking for feedback about how you have performed over the past thirty days and asking for suggestions about what you should do to improve in the next month. (00:55:54) The daily check-in. In order to improve self-awareness, Tasha invites us to ask ourselves these three questions at the end of each day; What went well today? What didn't go so well, and how can I be smarter tomorrow?(01:02:29) The secrets of business success. For Tasha, the three building blocks for a successful team are a leader who models the way, a work culture that expects its employees to tell the truth, and an ongoing commitment to the process of staying self-aware. 

The Safety Guru
Episode 67 - Scoring a Touchdown with Safety Culture with Dr. Josh Williams

The Safety Guru

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 29:28


“Improving safety culture is vital to long-term performance excellence.” We are very excited to have Dr. Josh Williams join us on the podcast this week to dive into how to bolster safety culture as he shares his insights into the five core competencies of safety leadership. Forward thinking leaders must continually consider ways to enhance safety culture. Explore ways to improve the effectiveness of your safe culture by visiting https://www.ratemysafetyculture.com/ to complete the safety culture self-assessment uniquely created by Dr. Josh. About the Guest: Dr. Josh Williams is a partner at Propulo Consulting. For more than 20 years, Josh has partnered with clients around the world to improve safety culture and prevent SIFs. Dr. Williams earned his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Virginia Tech and is a behavioral safety, human performance, and safety culture improvement expert. Josh is the author of Keeping People Safe: The Human Dynamics of Injury Prevention and co-editor of Keys to Behavior Based Safety. He has published more than 150 book chapters, government reports, white papers, blogs and articles in leading journals. Josh has also delivered hundreds of presentations at leading national conferences and is a highly regarded public speaker. He received the Cambridge Center National First Prize for his research on behavioral safety feedback. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mental Health for Leaders
S07 | E07 Skills Training with Lasting Impact with McKendree Hickory

Mental Health for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 33:49


Offering leadership training and development is essential in the workplace, for organizations of all sizes. But it must be training grounded in small behaviors, rather than big and sweeping changes so the training has lasting impact.You've been there: sitting in a training room, listening to a presentation that encompasses so much information--good information--but the next day you're challenged to remember any of it. The training wasn't set up for success. This week on the podcast, I'm talking to McKendree Hickory of Life Labs Learning, an organization dedicated to ensuring that leadership training makes the biggest impact in the shortes time possible. In our conversation, McKendree and I talk about forming habits, giving and receiving feedback, why leaders need to learn to ask good questions, why we should do away with the term “inclusive leadership” and more.As a leadership trainer myself, I appreciate McKendree's take on why training needs to start long before the training actually starts, and how to accomplish this.About McKendree Hickory, PhD:McKendree supports the development and direction of the Life Labs Learning facilitation team. She has a PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology, with a research focus on conviction, women's leadership development, and developmental experiences in the workplace. She has delivered leadership training at over 300 companies and led learning and development at the fully remote company, InVision.Mentioned in this Episode of Mental Health for Leaders:Connect with McKendree on LinkedInLife Labs LearningMental Health Skills TrainingJoin the monthly digital subscription

Better Thinking
#107 – Piers Steel on The Science of Motivation and Procrastination

Better Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 68:35


In this episode of Better Thinking, Nesh Nikolic speaks with Piers Steel about how procrastination shows up in one's life and the related forces that make it irresistible. Piers Steel likes to think he is among the world's foremost researchers and speakers on the science of motivation and procrastination. Well, he is a Distinguished Research Chair at the University of Calgary, where he teaches human resources and organizational dynamics at the Haskayne School of Business. His research has appeared in several outlets around the world, ranging from Psychology Today and New Scientist to Good Housekeeping and The New Yorker. He lives in Calgary, Alberta, with his wife and two sons. Aside from being a practicing procrastinator from an early age, Piers started formally studying the phenomenon while getting his doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Minnesota. Working with Dr. Thomas Brothen, he had access to a class administered through a Computerized Personalized System of Instruction, an arrangement that allows students to progress through a course at their own pace but is well known for creating high levels of procrastination. Also, being a computerized course meant that every stitch of work that the students completed had a time-date stamp exact to the second. It is an ideal setting for studying procrastination. On top of this, Piers also applied meta-analysis to the study of procrastination, a technique for mathematically summarizing all previous research done on the topic (some 800 previous studies). Together, these techniques provided the results for his PhD thesis “The Nature and Measurement of Procrastination.” Episode link at https://neshnikolic.com/podcast/piers-steelSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Acosta Institute
S2 Ep 5: Dolores Acosta

Acosta Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 22:25


Dolores Acosta M.A, is a sister, daughter, friend, aunt, wife and a wellness activist. She was born and raised in NYC and both her parents are from the Dominican Republic. She is currently the People Experience Manager at Kinly, Consultant at Acosta Consulting and the co-founder of NYC Healing Collective. For 10 years she has worked in social services and human resources for various organizations. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Masters Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology and has always had a passion to serve others. She also works to serve our communities by providing spaces for people to open up, release and heal. As she continues her journey, she is learning, growing and evolving every single day and looking forward to helping others in their journey.You can learn more about Dolores here and find out more about the NYC Healing Collective here.We want to thank Paper Monday for the interviews and portraits, Jo Barratt and Dike Godstime for the audio engineering and Maria Tan from House of Thriving for co-producing this podcast season.

Your Work Your Way
When Passion Becomes Burnout

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 24:04


WHAT WE COVER: It's easy to get absorbed in growing a career and/or business. But sometimes this passion leads us to martyr ourselves for the sake of our professional growth. As a result, we burn out. It's not that passion itself is a problem. It's that passion without boundaries causes us to sacrifice our own well-being on our quest to further our profession. This is where I invite you to consider - How are you defining success? And do you like that definition? Instead of success being focused on professional gains alone, let's consider success as it relates to the full experience of being a human. When success expands to consider the fullness of life, it makes passion apply to more than just our professional endeavors. It makes passion about a zest for life itself. This expanded perspective releases the pressure on our profession, taking us away from burnout and towards true fulfillment. Today's episode will help you approach passion so that it to lifts you up instead of pulling you down into burnout. Because passion is something to enjoy. Not to cause us suffering by overly emphasizing one aspect of who we are at the expense of all else. This episode will help you get back in balance. PREVIOUS PODCAST EPISODE REFERENCED: Getting Beyond Burnout: https://www.beliefseed.com/podcasts/your-work-your-way/episodes/2147679928 FREE PODCAST GIFT BUNDLE: This is exclusive to podcast listeners! When you leave a review of this podcast and send a screenshot of the review to lisa@beliefseed.com, you will receive the podcast gift bundle. This bundle includes: Decision-Making 101 5-Part Course Emotional Release Guided Process 19-Min Audio Take Charge of Your Career Guidebook of 30+ Actionable Steps Leave your review and email Lisa (lisa@beliefseed.com) today to get your bundle! FREE CONSULTATION: Ready for 1:1 coaching to bring your ego and soul in alignment and take charge of your career? It starts with a free consultation. Schedule yours here: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Case Interview Preparation & Management Consulting | Strategy | Critical Thinking
511: Relational Intelligence: The Key to Transform Relationships (with Dr. Adam C. Bandelli)

Case Interview Preparation & Management Consulting | Strategy | Critical Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 39:03


Welcome to an episode with the Founder and visionary Managing Director of Bandelli & Associates, Dr. Adam C. Bandelli. Get Adam's book here: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC “It is very important for leaders to not only surround themselves with great talent but build really strong partnerships with their people.” - Adam Bandelli In this episode, Adam speaks about how reliance on technology has kept people technologically connected but has prevented them from building genuine and sustainable relationships. Covid has exacerbated this problem, especially when organizations started hybrid work models. In order to improve the level of connectivity and build strong long-lasting personal and professional relationships, Adam laid out the five key skills that make up relational intelligence: Establishing Rapport, Understanding Others, Embracing Individual Differences, Developing Trust, and Cultivating Influence. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli has 20 years of management and leadership advisory consulting experience in the firm's service offerings, including board consultation, senior executive selection, leadership development, CEO succession, organizational culture, and transformational change. Adam is an expert on communication, relational intelligence, and leadership effectiveness having worked with CEOs and senior executives to strengthen their abilities to inspire and influence their people, teams, and organizations. The mission of his firm is to help leaders identify, unlock, and unleash their true potential. Adam has worked with executives around the world in organizations ranging from small start-up firms through global Fortune 100 companies.  Prior to founding Bandelli & Associates, Adam was a Partner at Korn Ferry, where he led the Private Equity assessment practice for North America. Earlier in his career, he was a Partner at RHR International, where he served as one of the firm's leaders on Board and CEO Succession, High Potential Development, Senior Team Effectiveness, and Executive Assessments. Adam is the author of the books Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships, and What Every Leader Needs: The Ten Universal and Indisputable Competencies of Leadership Effectiveness, which have received strong reviews from prominent business leaders.  Adam received his Ph.D. and master's degrees from the University of South Florida in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and a bachelor's degree concentrating in Psychology and Business Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Acknowledged as an expert on leadership, relational intelligence, and organizational culture, he is a frequent speaker at business and professional meetings including the Society of Consulting Psychology and the Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology.  Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

Your Work Your Way
Today's Job Market, LinkedIn & Getting a Job You Want with 3 Key Steps

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 25:51


WHAT WE COVER: There are differing perspectives about today's job market. But when we look at the facts, here is what we find. There are opportunities out there. ​​So how can you ensure you end up with a job you love as you navigate today's market?That's what this week's episode is all about.It teaches you the role of the brain and confirmation bias in feeding your fears, as well as ways to get back in alignment with your wants and desires.​​​We then discuss how to use your resume to create a match within yourself and your desired company.​​We'll also talk about how to be a human on LinkedIn so that you get connected to companies you'd actually want to work for.We wrap it up by discussing how to prep for interviews in a way that lets you transform your energy into one of authentic confidence, and how that helps you communicate your value clearly.Because regardless of the job market, your career is in your hands.And this week's podcast episode will help you take charge of the journey in a way that is soul-led! FREE PODCAST GIFT BUNDLE: This is exclusive to podcast listeners! When you leave a review of this podcast and send a screenshot of the review to lisa@beliefseed.com, you will receive the podcast gift bundle. This bundle includes: Decision-Making 101 5-Part Course Emotional Release Guided Process 19-Min Audio Take Charge of Your Career Guidebook of 30+ Actionable Steps Leave your review and email Lisa (lisa@beliefseed.com) today to get your bundle! FREE CONSULTATION: Ready for 1:1 coaching to bring your ego and soul in alignment and take charge of your career? It starts with a free consultation. Schedule yours here: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good. REFERENCES FROM THIS PODCAST EPISODE: NPR's article titled The Economy Added 315,000 Jobs, Showcasing a Labor Market that is Still Strong U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics August 2022 Report

People in Transition
63. Neha Ratnakar - Global Learning and OD and Talent Development expert

People in Transition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 34:56


When Neha Lagoo Ratnakar was in school, she wanted to be a postwoman, then a librarian and then a doctor. After a failed attempt at the entrance test and a stint with Clinical Psychology.  She found her true calling in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.  Her first job was in Training and Organizational Development, and she realized that there was a better way to onboard and train executives beyond a traditional classroom (and don't even get her started on sterile classroom team building sessions). In her next role with a retail chain, she storified onboarding and gamified product knowledge sessions. She was floored by the response and thought this could be the next big thing! Life took her to 8 different countries in the next 12 years, waking her inner entrepreneur. In addition to earning her MBA, she also designed websites, blogged, volunteered, and even made Henna.  Then motherhood happened and, as a mompreneur, she turned to her original calling of Industrial Psychology, experimenting with treasure hunt style games in various corporate settings and even family gatherings.  These days she works with global teams at IMA, which is a Finance non-profit to help make sure their educational offerings are meeting the diverse needs of almost 140,000 members around the world. Her book, Back on your Feet, is for all of those job seekers who need help in finding a path forward.Some of the key take a ways from our discussion include:·         “If you self-reject and don't even try, your failure rate is 100%” – and what can you do about this.·         Some ideas on LinkedIn update to consider.·         How the wrong introduction of yourself, by your partner, on social media or your own, can sabotage your brand.·         What is your career portfolio and how do you use it in your search?·         What is strategic volunteering and how can it help you in finding a job?Neha is smart, creative, and giving of her thoughts and experiences.  I know you will enjoy listening to her ideas and will be able to put into practice next week, several of her suggestions.  Enjoy!

imperfect: The Heart-Centered Leadership Podcast
Episode 201: Developing the Habit of Leadership with Ron Riggio

imperfect: The Heart-Centered Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 32:05


Want to become more heart-centered? We invite you to join us on Deb's Dailies (daily blog and newsletter), a daily reflection of living and loving life as a heart-centered leader. Ron Riggio, Ph.D. is the Henry R. Kravis Professor of Leadership and Organizational Psychology and former Director of the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College. Ron is also a Visiting Leadership Scholar at Churchill College, Cambridge University, UK. His undergraduate degree in Psychology is from Santa Clara University. His graduate degrees are in Social/Personality Psychology from UC Riverside, and his initial research interests were in the area of emotional communication, nonverbal communication, and communication skill. This led him to begin studying charisma (in social interaction), which then led to an interest in leadership, particularly charismatic and transformational leadership. He is the author of a well-known textbook, Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology (now in its 7th edition), and co-author, along with Bernard Bass, of Transformational Leadership (2nd edition). He also has a leadership blog called Cutting-Edge Leadership at Psychology Today. Dr. Riggio is part of the Fullerton Longitudinal Study that has been studying leadership development across the lifespan (beginning at 1 year of age and continuing through adulthood). Besides research on leadership development, he has been actively involved in training young (and not so young) leaders at the college level, and beyond. Connect with Professor Ron at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ron-riggio-ph-d-9232394/ https://www.riggioleadership.org/ https://twitter.com/ronriggio https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/cutting-edge-leadership/201806/does-your-personality-determine-your-career

Unprofessional
Improving Employee Experience through Conscious Social Equity with Dr. Meisha-Ann Martin

Unprofessional

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 34:42


It's estimated that the average person will spend one third of their life at work… that adds up to roughly 90,000 hours at work in a lifetime. Shouldn't that time be a positive experience and not only a productive use of that time, but also time spent improving your life? Today's guest has studied this topic for over 20 years and is here to talk about employee experience, diversity and inclusion, and psychological safety in the workplace.Dr. Meisha-Ann Martin is a diversity researcher and practitioner who earned her PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 2006, based on her research on diversity attitudes in the workplace. In her current role as Senior Director of People Analytics and Research at Workhuman, Meisha-Ann leads a team that focuses on proving the impact of positive work experiences for individuals and organizations. She has a personal passion for diversity, equity and inclusion and loves using data and analytics to identify and remedy inclusion gaps in the employee experience. Meisha-Ann is considered a People Analytics/Employee Experience expert, as she has led these efforts in companies like Flex, JetBlue and Raymond James Financial and even led the Talent Management function at ServiceMaster. She regularly speaks on diversity-related topics at conferences, on webinars and on podcasts, and her thought leadership in this area has been featured in Forbes, HR Dive and Benefits Pro.Time Stamps:(1:18) What is Workhuman?(3:00) Example(11:30) Subjective to the Objective(17:10) Older Generation and “Just Do Your Job”(20:40) Predictions(23:50) The Gig Economy(33:20) Where to Find Meisha-Ann and  WorkhumanFollow Meisha-Ann on Twitter: https://twitter.com/meishaannmFollow Meisha-Ann on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meisha-ann-martin/

Your Work Your Way
Connecting, Being Seen, and Getting Out of Victimhood

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 24:44


WHAT WE COVER: Whether in 1:1 sessions, group coaching, or this week's live workshop, there was a persistent theme my clients were experiencing: People feel alone, and they are wanting support. The dilemma? Every time you reach out, you feel you are met with a triggered, reactive response from another. Or it seems like no one sees you. Which leaves you feeling isolated and unlikely to reach out again - causing you to be even more disconnected than before. The solution? That is what this week's episode is all about. We discuss soul connection vs. ego security and how to help create a connection to yourself and others, even when the other person is struggling or you're trapped in victim thinking. We are put in this world together for a reason. It's not to live in separate silos. But to support and uplift each other. Connection is key to allow this to happen. And this week's episode will help you create it. FREE PODCAST GIFT BUNDLE: This is exclusive to podcast listeners! When you leave a review of this podcast and send a screenshot of the review to lisa@beliefseed.com, you will receive the podcast gift bundle. This bundle includes: Decision-Making 101 5-Part Course Emotional Release Guided Process 19-Min Audio Take Charge of Your Career Guidebook of 30+ Actionable Steps Leave your review and email Lisa (lisa@beliefseed.com) today to get your bundle! FREE CONSULTATION: Ready for 1:1 coaching to bring your ego and soul in alignment and take charge of your career? It starts with a free consultation. Schedule yours here: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Holy Ship
Understanding your cycle (Ft. Caroline Taylor)

Holy Ship

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 41:04


Join us this week for our mini season on women's health! This week we dive deeper into understanding our cycles. We are joined by Caroline Taylor from Cycleway Workshop!Caroline is the founder of Cycleway Workshop and an advocate for women's health, education, and spirituality. She recently graduated with a degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and is planning on hosting more cycle workshops now that she has more free time! You can find her on instagram @cycleway.workshop! As always if you have any questions, comments, or concerns you can DM us @theholyship.podcast or email us at theholyship.podcast@gmail.com.

Family Success Secrets
Secrets to Anxiety and Worry in your Child or Teen, with Dr. Tonya Crombie

Family Success Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 49:21


Does your child have anxiety? What can you do?Tune in for secrets that will set your family free!This week Steve and Katie chat with Dr. Tonya Crombie.She is the best-selling author of Stop Worrying About Your Anxious Child and Stop Worrying About Your Anxious Teenager. She is a certified life coach who likes nothing more than teaching parents and adults how to help children overcome struggles with stress and anxiety. Tonya has a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and an MBA. However, in addition to being someone with letters behind her name, Tonya is the mom of two teenagers who have struggled with stress, overwhelm, and anxiety.Her experience as a parent of anxious children informs all of her work as a coach, speaker, and writer.Connect with Tonya:  Home - Tonya Crombie Connect with Katie and Steve:1) Want to boost your family happiness, or start a convo with us? Yay!podcast.familysuccesssecrets.com2) linktr.ee/familysuccess

Mission Impact
Applying an equity lens to your work with Danielle Marshall

Mission Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 51:24


In episode 56 of Mission: Impact, Carol and her guest, Danielle Marshall discuss: Using an equity lens to integrate DEI into all aspects of your work The importance of sharing back next steps to community when you ask for feedback How to reframe resistance Guest Bios: Danielle is an inclusive leader focused on strengthening collaboration among teams, leaders, and stakeholders to foster problem-solving, create solutions, and improve culture. She finds inspiration in leading systemic change work that promotes equity and inclusion. Danielle has worked in the nonprofit sector for 20+ years most recently having served as the Executive Director for Playworks Mid-Atlantic. Danielle went on to found Culture Principles in response to a persistent need to move organizations beyond DEI statements to develop strategic and actionable equity goals. Danielle holds a Master's degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Louisiana Tech University and draws on her background as an I/O psychologist in applying a racial equity lens to organizational policies, practices, and programs. She is a Certified Diversity Professional (CDP)/Executive Coach.Important Links and Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danimarshall   https://www.culture-principles.com/  https://idiinventory.com/  Equity Alignment Lens PDF

The Frankie Boyer Show
Dr. Lauran Star, Gisèle Huff, Stacey McDaniel with #TheYFeedsKids

The Frankie Boyer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 39:35


Dr. Lauran Star Inclusion Strategist & Psychologist, Dr. Lauran Star, author of the new book, Evidence Based Inclusion – It's Time to Focus on the Right Needle.WEBSITE: https://www.drlauranstar.com TWITTER/IG: @lauranstarDr. Lauran Star is an Inclusion Strategist, Psychologist and Author who holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, with a specialization in Inclusion, Diversity & Equity. Dr. Star is also a military veteran, serving in Desert Storm. She is author of the new book, Evidence Based Inclusion – It's Time to Focus on the Right Needle. With over two decades of driving evidence-based inclusion, diversity, and equity in STEM, Healthcare and Finance, Dr. Star has worked with executive / senior leadership, human resource management and employees with several Fortune 500 companies; helping them create an inclusive organizational culture that thrives in today's business. https://www.drlauranstar.com/Gisèle Huff, author of FORCE OF NATURE: The Remarkable True Story of One Holocaust Survivor's Resilience, Tenacity, and PurposeGisèle Huff was born in 1936 in Paris to working-class Russian Jewish immigrants. In her new memoir, Force of Nature: The Remarkable True Story of One Holocaust Survivor's Resilience, Tenacity and Purpose, Gisèle tells how she embraced the value of education, earning her PhD from Columbia University and launching a career in K–12 education that spanned decades. She received the Thomas A. Roe Award and the iNACOL Huff Lifetime Achievement Award. The author will donate all proceeds of each book purchase to the Gerald Huff Fund for Humanity. For more information, please visit: https://fundforhumanity.org/Stacey McDanielTheYFeedsKids.orgStacey McDaniel is an anti-hunger expert with The YMCA. Their Summer Food Program to Stop Child Hunger addresses the importance of good nutrition for helping children succeed. She'll have timely information about food insecurity in the U.S., and some of the program designed to solve this growing problem. https://www.ymca.org/what-we-do/youth-development/food-programs/summer

Your Work Your Way
How to Decide without Ego Stopping You

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 31:11


WHAT WE COVER: This week's episode will help the Ego relax so we can make decisions and stick to them! Why does this matter? Because indecision comes from the Ego, not the Soul. To move through indecision and into aligned action, we want to help our Ego structure and understand the decision in front of it. This lets the Ego feel secure and thus move aside so the intuitive Soul can speak (more on the Soul's role can be found in the Intuitive Decision Making episode linked here). In this week's episode, I'll teach you the 4-Box Model to Decision Making that covers the role of action, decision, and commitment. You'll get the chance to diagnose your own decision-making process and learn techniques to move through fear by building commitment and creating momentum. And to dive in even deeper on decision-making, you are invited to access the FREE Decision Making 101 course! It is included as part of the podcast gift bundle exclusively for podcast listeners. See the description below for details on how to access this free course. FREE PODCAST GIFT BUNDLE: This is exclusive to podcast listeners! When you leave a review of this podcast and send a screenshot of the review to lisa@beliefseed.com, you will receive the podcast gift bundle. This bundle includes: Decision-Making 101 5-Part Course Emotional Release Guided Process 19-Min Audio Take Charge of Your Career Guidebook of 30+ Actionable Steps Leave your review and email Lisa (lisa@beliefseed.com) today to get your bundle! FREE CONSULTATION: Ready for 1:1 coaching to bring your ego and soul in alignment and take charge of your career? It starts with a free consultation. Schedule yours here: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Here We Are
Human Productivity w/Tara Behrend

Here We Are

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 81:14


Today I'm speaking with Tara Behrend, who is an Assoc of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Purdue University. We discuss productivity and efficiency in the work place, our cultural perception of time, the surprising and counterintuitive findings about employee privacy research, and online education and more! https://www.purdue.edu/hhs/psy/directory/faculty/Behrend,%20Tara.html Come meet Tara at the Mind Under Matter Campout Festival at Lakeside Retreats in Raleigh Sep 9-11! https://mindunderpod.com/pages/campout

Your Work Your Way
Why You Matter (Even When You Don't Know It)

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 33:17


WHAT WE COVER: You matter. Even when you don't know it. Your actions, your words, your state of being has an impact. What you put out is received by others, whether they know it or not. So the simple statements you make in passing. The little actions you take. Those make shifts. Those impact lives. And impacting one life impacts the planet. Because changing one person shifts the universe at large by changing the energy of the world. You matter. Even in those moments when you're not quite sure why or how. This episode explains that you matter and how to help yourself own it. FREE PODCAST GIFT BUNDLE: This is exclusive to podcast listeners! When you leave a review of this podcast and send a screenshot of yoru review to lisa@beliefseed.com, you will receive the podcast gift bundle. This bundle includes: Decision-Making 101 5-Part Course Emotional Release Guided Process 19-Min Audio Take Charge of Your Career Guidebook of 30+ Actionable Steps Leave your review and email Lisa (lisa@beliefseed.com) today to get your bundle. FREE CONSULTATION: Ready for 1:1 coaching to bring your ego and soul in alignment? It starts with a free consultation. Schedule yours here: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Your Work Your Way
Dark Night of the Soul

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 63:21


WHAT WE COVER: We have these periods in our life when everything within feels like it is crumbling away. We've shed who we used to be. But we don't yet know who we are emerging as. And it terrifies us. We can feel all alone. In the dark. The dark night of the soul. This can be a time that feels dramatic. But it can also be the beginning of our greatest transformations. In this episode, I share about what a dark night of the soul is and some ways to approach it based on my personal experience with it. Let it be a reminder to you that you are not alone. Even in the dark, you are the light. You are wanted, valued, and appreciated. Thank you for being here. Link to other episode referenced in podcast episode: Being Your Own Miracle FREE CONSULTATION: Ready for 1:1 coaching to bring your ego and soul in alignment? It starts with a free consultation. Schedule yours here: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

The Science of Personality Podcast
Personality & Role Replacement

The Science of Personality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 61:58


In the latest episode of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake are joined by Dr. Bradley Brummel, Professor of Psychology and Director of Industrial/Organizational Psychology at The University of Tulsa, to talk about personality and role replacement. There are generally two lines of thinking people have when replacing someone in a particular role: they either want someone exactly like the previous person or completely opposite. In this episode we talk about how personality is a key component of this.

Rock and Rich
The Remarkable Story of Disabilities Rights Activist Dylan Rafaty

Rock and Rich

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 58:15


Dylan was born on August 24th, 1990 — just a month after the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed and signed into law. He self-identifies as being deaf (right-ear), hard of hearing (left-ear) with hearing aid, and with spinal back and neck fusions. He has one older brother and two multi-cultural parents. Currently:Dylan Rafaty is an activist, disability inclusion advocate, published author, public speaker, social entrepreneur, and nonprofit professional. Dylan has received his associate's degree at Collin College in Frisco and a bachelor of science degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the University of Phoenix. Dylan now proudly attends Southern Methodist University in Dallas working towards receiving his Masters of Arts in Dispute Resolution. Currently, Dylan resides in Plano, TX, serves as the Head of Accessibility Strategy & Partnerships at C-Hear, Inc., and the Founder/Chief Navigator at DylanListed. Additionally, Dylan is the founder of the North Texas Disability Chamber (formerly DylanListed Connect); a Texas 501c3, membership-based, community nonprofit organization. It is the 5th disability-focused Chamber of its kind in the US and 4th in Texas. To find out more about Dylan, go to:  www.dylanrafaty.com

Your Work Your Way
Survival Brain's 3 Motives

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 23:03


WHAT WE COVER: Our primitive brain has three key motives. When we're not paying attention, these motives drive all of our behavior. They stop us from getting what we really want. And they keep us stuck in the same self-sabotaging cycles. Because these three motives are all about short-term gains...often leading to long-term pains. But this is only when we're unaware of what's going on. In this episode, you'll learn the truth about these three motives and leave with steps for how to get beyond the primitive brain and into a thriving mind! FULL VIDEO SERIES: To access the full Get Beyond Survival Brain video series for free as mentioned on the podcast, go here: beliefseed.com/survival-brain ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Your Work Your Way
How Pride Contributes to Spiritual Growth

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 28:43


WHAT WE COVER: Pride can actually contribute to our spiritual growth. Many of us are taught from a young age to avoid being prideful. We are told that to have pride is wrong and disconnects us from the Higher Power (or whatever word you use to describe this energy). And so many of us train ourselves to avoid the spotlight, dismiss praise, and discard compliments. We do so with the intention of being good and thus spiritually connected. And yet it can have the opposite effect. In our desire to not be prideful - we can become overly focused on ourselves. Self absorbed in our own quest to not be self absorbed...thus, separating ourselves from our Spirit and the very energy that we are desperately seeking to connect with. So instead of condemning pride, let's understand how to use it to fuel us towards spiritual growth. That is what this episode is all about. Learn the difference between grounded pride vs. ungrounded pride. Get clear on how to help yourself create deeper connection and foster spiritual growth by honoring your uniqueness without separating from that greater collective. Doing so will help you feel better, be more connected, and cultivate career success from the grounded confidence that comes with it! SCHEDULE FREE COACHING CONSULT: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Your Work Your Way
Purpose and Career are NOT Synonymous

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 39:48


WHAT WE COVER: Purpose is not synonymous with career. We need to stop using these words interchangeably! Because when we view them as the same thing, we create so much pressure on our career. Pressure that suffocates. That makes us so serious we have no fun. That sucks away our joy. This is the opposite of why we are here. So let's create a career supportive of our purpose, without seeing it as the purpose itself. In this episode, I share the signs for when you are confusing career with purpose. Knowing these signs will help you release some of the unnecessary rules you've put on yourself for how your career is "supposed to" look and who you actually are. Then, I dive into specific actionable steps you can take now so that you stop making career the end-all-be-all and instead use it to support your purpose (not replace it!). SCHEDULE FREE COACHING CONSULT: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Your Work Your Way
Possibility and Everyday Magic

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 36:01


WHAT WE COVER: Are you living in the probability of what tends to happen, or in the possibility of what you could create? When we allow ourselves to dream, we turn possibility into our new potential reality. Living in this way can let us create results that once felt like fiction. We transform our self belief and our life when we embrace the miracle that we each are and allow ourselves to see the beautiful potential in all. Enjoy the podcast episode as it explores this concept and offers tangible steps that you can take. Embrace the depth and expansiveness of living in possibility and everyday magic. Here's the picture of my corgi mug and me the morning I recorded this episode. SCHEDULE FREE COACHING CONSULT: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S38E3 - The Connection Crisis: Why Community Matters in the New World of Work, with Dr. Erin Eatough

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 37:23


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Dr. Erin Eatough about the new BetterUp report, "The Connection Crisis: Why Community Matters in the New World of Work." See the video here: https://youtu.be/exj-2iJV9Co. Dr. Erin Eatough is researcher, author, speaker, and consultant and serves BetterUp as Manager, Behavioral Science. She is the researcher and author behind BetterUp's Research & Insights blog column and speaks regularly about the science behind human thriving at both academic and industry events. Erin received her PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of South Florida. Before BetterUp, Erin was a professor. With over 30 articles and book contributions, she actively publishes research on the intersection of work and well-being which has been featured in outlets such as the Journal of Applied Psychology and Journal of Organizational Behavior, and cited in media outlets such as Harvard Business Review. Erin is the recipient of several awards for her scientific works including authoring the top research paper of the year by the National Communication Association and Outstanding Author Contribution by Emerald Publishing. The report reveals that 43% of employees say their organization isn't doing enough to help them feel connected to their colleagues. Furthermore, while people today overwhelmingly want to have more friends or friendly colleagues in the workplace (with 53% indicating they'd be willing to trade compensation for stronger ties with colleagues), almost none of us are finding the connection we want.  BetterUp's most recent research shows alarming trends taking hold across the workforce: 61% don't socialize with their co-workers outside of work 53% don't look forward to working because of co-workers 44% don't have a true friend at work 43% don't feel a sense of connection to co-workers 38% don't trust their co-workers 22% don't have even one friend at work Workplace connection matters more than ever. The problem isn't just that people have become isolated, but that companies need stronger connections with and among their people to have the committed, adaptable, resilient, and mentally fit talent they need. Ultimately, connection fuels performance and well-being. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Go to cardiotabs.com/innovations and use code innovations to get a free Mental Health Pack featuring Cardiotabs Omega-3 Lemon Minis and Curcumin when you sign up for a subscription. Get 3 months of GUSTO free when you run your first payroll, at Gusto.com/HCI. Get up to 20% off by using code HCI for the summer sale at shop.Ekster.com/HCI. Check out the Ready for Takeoff podcast at Wix.com/readyfortakeoff. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Go to Swag.com/HCI and use promo code HCI10. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Ranked #5 Workplace Podcast Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast Ranked #7 HR Podcast Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts  Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Your Work Your Way
How to Get a Remote Job

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 22:10


WHAT WE COVER: Remote work can be an incredible opportunity, which makes it an especially competitive job market. In order to land a remote role, you need to understand how to position yourself to hiring managers. In this episode, I dive into the data on what managers are concerned about when it comes to remote workers. I then share what you can do to help instill your interviewers with confidence in your ability and your character as well as how to help your application stand out for your dream remote role. Ready to get a remote role that you love? Join me in 1:1 career coaching! SCHEDULE FREE CAREER CONSULT: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule 1:1 COACHING: It's time to show up powerfully and confidently at work. You can make bold moves, make the career or business you want, and excel as you do your work, your way, with soul. Learn how and schedule your free 1:1 consult to see what coaching can do for you: https://beliefseed.com/coaching ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Uplevel Your Relationships
Female Rivalry with Dr. Amber Tichenor

Uplevel Your Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 41:58


I'm excited to share this conversation with my guest, Dr. Amber Tichenor.  Amber has a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and is an expert in female rivalry.    On today's episode we talk about what female rivalry is, why it happens, how to identify it and what to do about it.  You can find Dr. Amber at:https://www.tobecoachingandconsulting.com/https://instagram.com/dr.ambertichenor.phdhttp://linkedin.com/in/amber-tichenor-phdhttps://www.facebook.com/amber.tichenorHer book, Behind Frenemy Lines, is available on Amazon - https://amzn.to/3NkQd37I'd love to hear from you!  Tell me what you're taking away from this discussion.  Send me a message at allison@allisonandersoncoaching.com or http://instagram.com/allisonandersoncoachingJoin my free, private Facebook group for women in medicine! Love + Medicine is THE place where we gather to discuss all things love and relationships with women who can relate.  Click this link to join - https://www.facebook.com/groups/346211327621285/

The Virtuous Heroes Podcast
Ep. 77 "Mentoring the Next Leaders" w/ Spencer Clancy

The Virtuous Heroes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 39:02


In this week's episode, Chris speaks with Spencer Clancy, the System Director for Talent Development and Culture for CHRISTUS Health. Spencer talks about the impact mentors have had on his career trajectory. Watch to learn how important mentors are to creating the next generation of leaders. Spencer has had many mentors throughout his life both spiritual and professional. He met his first mentor during graduate school who helped him land an internship. This opportunity allowed him to pursue what he wanted to do later in his career. Through the amazing mentoring of this individual, he went into his first leadership position at The Vincit Group. From there, he met an individual working as a leader at CHRISTUS Health, and they talked about their career paths. It was because of this conversation that he was offered an opportunity at CHRISTUS HEALTH. Even though he couldn't commit to the job at the time he was still amazed at the organization's leaders. When he was given another chance to join the company he didn't hesitate to accept. It was at CHRISTUS HEALTH that he met his two new mentors, Lisa Reynolds and Karen Hale. These two leaders showed Spencer what true leadership was through example. They taught Spencer that his initial thoughts on leadership were completely different from true leadership. These leaders always put their teams first and were consistently there for their teams. Spencer used the insights he learned from his mentors for his first formal leadership position at CHRISTUS HEALTH. Spencer found that this leadership style applied to more than just leaders in the professional world. He eventually saw faith as more than just something he learned at school. This was possible through the help of his spiritual mentor, Josh. He helped Spencer look deeply into his faith and to read scripture solely because he wanted to know more. Spencer hopes to do the same for other individuals who are in the same situation. Now, he joins us on the Virtuous Heroes Podcast to talk with us. His insights will allow viewers to become true leaders by learning the importance of mentoring.More about our guest: Spencer leads a team of learning & development professionals focused on creating moments that matter for their Leaders and Associates.Specialties: leadership development strategy, performance management strategy, design and implementation of employee development programs, project management, education design, and program facilitation.Spencer received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Maryville College. Spencer then went on to complete a Master's Degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------https://www.linkedin.com/in/spencerclancy/https://www.christushealth.org/

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
Dr. Gordon Schmidt & Dr. Sy Islam - Leadership and the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 47:32 Transcription Available


Dr. Gordon Schmidt is a professor of management and the Director of the David and Sharon Turrentine School of Management at the University of Louisiana Monroe. He has a doctorate in Organizational Psychology from Michigan State. He wrote a book on teaching leadership through Marvel superhero films.  He co-edited a book on social media use in employee selection. He is currently writing a book teaching leadership concepts through Avatar: The Last Airbender. Dr. Schmidt does research related to the Future of Work, including the gig economy and virtual leadership. He has researched the future of the field of I-O Psychology. He also researches leadership in lean production and Corporate Social Responsibility. He consults with organizations on various topics, including how superhero examples can help learning. Dr. Schmidt teaches courses in leadership and human resources. His teaching innovations have been published in journals. He is the co-editor of Management Teaching ReviewDr. Sy Islam is a co-founder and Vice President of Consulting with Talent Metrics Dr. Islam has over 15 years of experience providing data analytic, training, and organizational development support to organizations in a variety of workplace settings. Dr. Islam's consulting work was recognized by the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, when he won the Scientist-Practitioner Presidential Recognition Award for his focus on science driven practices in training and talent development. Through Talent Metrics he has consulted with fortune 100 companies like IBM and teams like the Florida Panthers.  Dr Islam has also served in leadership roles with ATD NYC and ATD Long Island. His upcoming book is entitled “Leaders Assemble! Leadership Lessons from the Marvel Cinematic Universe” and was published by Emerald Publishing on June 7th,  2022. The Book!Leaders Assemble! Leadership in the MCUA Quote From This Episode"To me, this is part of outreach...we really need to think about how can we (academics) help people understand these concepts through things that matter to them."About The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals interested in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Plan for ILA's 24th Global Conference online on October 6 & 7, 2022, and/or onsite in Washington, D.C., October 13-16, 2022. Register for the 24th Global Conference here!My Approach to HostingThe views of my guests do not constitute "truth." Nor do they reflect my personal views in some instances. However, they are important views to be aware of. Nothing can replace your own research and exploration.Connect with Scott AllenWebsite

Your Work Your Way
How to Approach Resume Writing

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 26:12


WHAT WE COVER: Resume writing is a skill. And making it successful depends on the attitude we take as we write it. In this episode, you'll learn how to transform how you approach writing your resume so that you can be clear and compelling. You'll get seven key shifts to make that will take your resume from feeling like a chore to being an opportunity for you to showcase yourself through your experience and your character. The approach I describe is what allowed me to get salary increase after salary increase. It's what has helped my clients land their dream positions with confidence. You can have this too. SCHEDULE FREE CONSULT: https://www.beliefseed.com/schedule 1:1 COACHING: It's time to show up powerfully and confidently at work. You can make bold moves, make the career or business you want, and excel as you do your work, your way, with soul. Learn how and schedule your free 1:1 consult to see what coaching can do for you: https://beliefseed.com/coaching ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Your Work Your Way
Purpose Matchmaking

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 23:52


WHAT WE COVER: When you get clear on what you bring, as well as what your clients are wanting solved, then it sets you up to show your clients how you can help them. You can then talk to your clients the way they want to be spoken to, guiding them to how you can help them achieve their purpose, all while doing so from a space that aligns with your purpose. This is what we call Purpose Matchmaking. And this process gets you communicating clearly and effectively so you can do your work, your way (with soul) and get results from it! Career Professionals, this episode will help you know how to approach interviews or decision-making conversations with stakeholders. It teaches how to position yourself authentically and in a way that serves your audience so you can create the career you want. Business Entrepreneurs, this episode will show you how to talk to your clients in a way that aligns with what they want. As a result, they'll see your value and can say YES to your offer because they know that you get them and can help them. This is how we land dream jobs and dream clients. By understanding what we want and what others are wanting to achieve. It lets us bridge the gap so that we can live out our purpose as we serve others. 1:1 COACHING: It's time to show up powerfully and confidently at work. You can make bold moves, make the career or business you want, and excel as you do your work, your way, with soul. Learn how and schedule your free 1:1 consult to see what coaching can do for you: https://beliefseed.com/coaching ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Clients + Conversions Podcast with Danielle Klemm
Intentional Course Creation with Dreampro Founder, Ariel Schiffer (even if you're service provider)

Clients + Conversions Podcast with Danielle Klemm

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 34:48


We have one of my favorite human's, Ariel Schiffer on the podcast! Ariel Schiffer is the Founder of Dreampro, a course creation agency, the host of The Dreamers Lounge Podcast, and holds a Masters in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Her agency offers expertise in creating courses and programs with a mission to improve the quality of education and offerings in the online space. Her company has successfully served over 250 entrepreneurs by developing binge-worthy courses through her detailed service offerings. In today's episode we chat about: Difference (or lack thereof) for Ideal Client level's in course creation too i.e. if your person is targeting someone higher level or more advanced in the topic, what changes about the delivery or if anything? Is Bitesized Content the future for courses? And for those who have methodologies like a 3 or 5-part framework if it's recommended to cut it up or only focus on one to upsell into a bigger program? and does she still believe in bigger courses? For DFY Service providers i.e. copywriters, funnel builders, etc. Ariel's advice for them since so much is custom to their client who's at a higher level. Learn more about Ariel: The Course Alchemist Check out more about Ariel: @dreamprocourses / dreamprocourses.com The Host: Danielle Klemm is an accomplished Sales Funnel Energetics Strategist & Coach. Helping the last 5 years helping female coaches & course creators scale their group or 1:many offer to dozens of multiple 6 & 7 fig. And her concept of Funnel Energetics. Check out more about Danielle: @danielleklemmm / danielleklemm.com

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking
254: Dr. Adam C. Bandelli, Relational Intelligence: The Key to Transform Relationships

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 40:37


Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 254, an episode with the Founder and visionary Managing Director of Bandelli & Associates, Dr. Adam C. Bandelli. Get Adam's book here: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC “It is very important for leaders to not only surround themselves with great talent but build really strong partnerships with their people.” - Adam Bandelli In this episode, Adam speaks about how reliance on technology has kept people technologically connected but has prevented them from building genuine and sustainable relationships. Covid has exacerbated this problem, especially when organizations started hybrid work models. In order to improve the level of connectivity and build strong long-lasting personal and professional relationships, Adam laid out the five key skills that make up relational intelligence: Establishing Rapport, Understanding Others, Embracing Individual Differences, Developing Trust, and Cultivating Influence. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli has 20 years of management and leadership advisory consulting experience in the firm's service offerings, including board consultation, senior executive selection, leadership development, CEO succession, organizational culture, and transformational change. Adam is an expert on communication, relational intelligence, and leadership effectiveness having worked with CEOs and senior executives to strengthen their abilities to inspire and influence their people, teams, and organizations. The mission of his firm is to help leaders identify, unlock, and unleash their true potential. Adam has worked with executives around the world in organizations ranging from small start-up firms through global Fortune 100 companies.  Prior to founding Bandelli & Associates, Adam was a Partner at Korn Ferry, where he led the Private Equity assessment practice for North America. Earlier in his career, he was a Partner at RHR International, where he served as one of the firm's leaders on Board and CEO Succession, High Potential Development, Senior Team Effectiveness, and Executive Assessments. Adam is the author of the books Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships, and What Every Leader Needs: The Ten Universal and Indisputable Competencies of Leadership Effectiveness, which have received strong reviews from prominent business leaders.  Adam received his Ph.D. and master's degrees from the University of South Florida in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and a bachelor's degree concentrating in Psychology and Business Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Acknowledged as an expert on leadership, relational intelligence, and organizational culture, he is a frequent speaker at business and professional meetings including the Society of Consulting Psychology and the Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology.  Relational Intelligence: The Five Essential Skills You Need to Build Life-Changing Relationships. Dr. Adam C. Bandelli: https://amzn.to/3nhGgsC Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

Your Work Your Way
Ownership & Being Your Own Miracle

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 41:15


WHAT WE COVER: Ownership means holding space for ourselves and meeting ourselves where we're at. It requires compassion and persistence. It relies on honesty and grace. When we treat ourselves with true ownership, we have our own backs and courageously guide ourselves forward to new layers of insight in our careers and in our lives. In this episode, I share my own journey of going from ownersh*t to ownership. I describe the difference between the two and how to build self trust in order to create the career, business, and life we want. I get vulnerable, raw, and real as I offer a new perspective on how to free yourself from unnecessary pressure and expectation so that you can own your life and approach your career with courageous action. LISA'S FREE FACEBOOK GROUP: Get free resources, strategies, and tips on how to do your work, your way, with SOUL. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/careerconfidencecoaching 1:1 COACHING: It's time to show up powerfully and confidently at work. You can make bold moves, get the career you want, and excel as you do your work, your way, with soul. Learn how and schedule your free 1:1 consult to see what coaching can do for you: https://beliefseed.com/coaching ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Your Work Your Way
Using Coaching to Release Perfectionism, Find Joy, and Create Career Success: Katya's Transformation

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 59:31


WHAT WE COVER: Perfectionism doesn't have to stop us from creating the life we want. And joy isn't something we have to wait to receive. We can move through fear to let go of needing things to be just right. We can find joy in the moment we're in, now. In this special episode, I am honored to interview client Katya Davydova. She shares her journey in making bold career leaps, moving across the country, publishing a book, and finding joy along the way. Enjoy this episode and leave with new insights on how to create joy in your day-to-day as you grow your career. Connect with Katya: The conversation doesn't have to end here! Below are all the ways you can connect with Katya, including getting her new book, Joy in Plain Sight. Instagram: @JoyinPlainSight Website: KatyaDavydova.com LinkedIn: Linkedin.com/in/katyadavydova Amazon: Order Joy in Plain Sight here LISA'S FREE FACEBOOK GROUP: Get free resources, strategies, and tips on how to do your work, your way, with SOUL. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/careerconfidencecoaching 1:1 COACHING: It's time to show up powerfully and confidently at work. You can make bold moves, get the career you want, and excel as you do your work, your way, with soul. Learn how and schedule your free 1:1 consult to see what coaching can do for you: https://beliefseed.com/coaching ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.

Your Work Your Way
Using Informational Interviews to Further your Career

Your Work Your Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 31:29


WHAT WE COVER: Informational Interviewing can create career opportunities for you. But only when you approach them from a place of genuine connection. Often I see job seekers misuse informational interviewing. They end up using it as a sales gimmick, trying to get a job without considering how it may turn off those they want to interview. This inauthentic approach gets job seekers discouraged and makes their outreach for informational interviews ineffective. Other job seekers shy away from informational interviewing altogether because they don't want to come across as salesy. While well-intentioned, these hesitant job seekers end up missing valuable opportunities to expand their network and discover new career opportunities. But informational interviews can be worthwhile for all involved when done successfully. There is a way to request informational interviews from a place of integrity, and as a result, job seekers can use these conversations to expand their network and create new opportunities. This episode will teach you how. FREE FACEBOOK GROUP: Get free resources, strategies, and tips on how to do your work, your way, with SOUL. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/careerconfidencecoaching 1:1 COACHING: It's time to show up powerfully and confidently at work. You can make bold moves, get the career you want, and excel as you do your work, your way, with soul. Learn how and schedule your free 1:1 consult to see what coaching can do for you: https://beliefseed.com/coaching ABOUT LISA: Lisa Philyaw, M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Certified Life Coach, is an expert career and life coach. She takes a soul-focused, heart-led approach to helping her clients tap into their own innate wisdom. Through coaching with Lisa, clients learn to embrace all of who they are and show up to do their work in a way that is genuine and feels good.