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Who am I? That's the question our guest asked herself as she stared at the results of a DNA test that she'd taken just for fun. Jodi Klugman-Rabb (Rabb is her married name) was raised in Marin County, California, an only child of her mother and a father she describes as abusive. By the time she was 2 her mother was divorced and a few years later, married Wayne, the man who would become her stepfather. A person that Jodi describes as kind and “generous of spirit”. But it was roughly 8 years later, when Jodi was 12 years old, that she learned that the man she knew as her stepfather was really her biological Dad.Wild, right? The discovery was a welcome one to young Jodi. Wayne was a wonderful father to Jodi and gave her the kind of love and support she needed. Sadly, Jodi's time with Wayne was short. He died when she was only 22, leaving behind a host of memories and a sense of identity that launched her into adulthood. Although her family was not particularly “religious”, in college Jodi embraced Judaism, an ancestral and faith tradition she had inherited from her father. She married a Jewish man, joined a local synagogue, began a successful career as a psychotherapist and had two children.And then one day all that changed. She'd taken a 23 and Me DNA test on a whim, curious to learn more about her ancestral heritage. What she discovered shook her to the core. Jodi, a vivacious and precocious redhead had never felt like she belonged. She didn't resemble the other Jewish girls she knew, and grew up with a nagging sense that something just wasn't right. It took the results of a DNA test to help her understand why. Although it took two years for her to completely make sense of what she discovered that day, it changed her life. Already a practicing psychotherapist with a thriving practice, Jodi's own experience reshaped her sense of identity and led her to focus her practice on helping others to understand theirs. She pioneered the only mental health treatment protocol dedicated to DNA surprises, called Parental Identity Discovery™; a unique, holistic approach to resolve trauma, synthesize identity and adjust to family dynamics. In 2001, Jodi received a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Dominican University of CA, and in 2004 obtained licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist and later Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.She embarked on a doctoral program at Touro University Worldwide in 2020 and expects to receive a PsyD in Human & Organizational Psychology in Fall 2022. She currently serves as a professor at Dominican University of CA' s graduate program in Counseling Psychology.To learn more about Jodi's work, please explore the following resources.Jodi's website: at jkrabb.com Blog: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/finding-family Podcast: Sex, Lies and the Truth To learn more about Robert Maggio, the composer of our theme music, please check out his website.To learn more about Suzanne, visit her website. To learn more about the inspiration for this podcast, please check out Suzanne's memoir, Estrellas - Moments of Illumination Along El Camino de SantiagoFollow Suzanne on Social Media Instagram @mamasuzanne Facebook @ Suzanne Maggio author Twitter @ bottomofninth
What does it take to come back from trauma?How do you move from surviving to thriving after a traumatic event?There are amazing strength building opportunities when you come out on the other side of trauma. You don't have to get stuck in the negative parts of your story, and it's even possible to leverage it into transformation. Welcome to episode 10 of the Take Notes with Jen Rafferty podcast! In this episode, I'm speaking with Nichole Myles, who weaves together compelling storytelling with experience and expertise to engage listeners in a journey of self-discovery, the ups and the downs of growth, and how to recover from emotional trauma.Nichole brings more than 20 years of experience in education, nonprofits and leadership. Having gone from a traditional upper middle class life to losing everything living in domestic violence shelters and having to rebuild an entire life while raising three children.In our conversation we delve into why resilience is important, its true purpose, and how we are wildly overselling it in today's society. Also, we discuss that trauma informed classrooms and teachers don't have to be heavy or hard- and how to get it right!Today is all about finding a pathway to healing and feeling empowered about your external circumstances. Nichole doesn't just speak about post traumatic growth, she's lived it. She teaches how to really lean into these experiences in a way that amplifies your future and moves past survivorship to thrivership!Stay empowered,Jen Let's keep the conversation going! Find me at:Click here to learn all the ways you can work with me: Jen Rafferty | Instagram, YouTube, Facebook | LinktreeInstagram: @jenrafferty_Facebook: Empowered Educator Faculty RoomAbout Nichole Myles:Bringing forward more than 20 years of experience in education, nonprofits, and leadership, Nichole Myles weaves together compelling storytelling with experience and expertise to engage listeners in a journey of self-discovery – the ups and downs of growth – and what it takes to come back from trauma. Having gone from a ‘traditional' upper-middle class life to losing everything, living in domestic violence shelters, and having rebuilt an entire life while raising 3 children – Nichole doesn't just speak about post-traumatic growth, she's lived it. Nichole carries a CAGS in Nonprofit Management, a CFRE (certified fundraising executive) designation, a DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) Certificate, and 2 levels of professional certifications in Trauma and Resilience. Her master's in Organizational Psychology with a Coaching and Consulting concentration is expected early 2023. She uses her education to hone poignant personal stories into opportunities for participants to glean critical steps to their own growth – to examine what they've overcome, and how to lean into that experience to amplify their futures. Nichole works as an ‘expert companion' in the position of speaker, facilitator, consultant, or coach, helping move clients from ‘survivorship' to ‘thrivorship'. Connect with Nichole here:Instagram: @myles.2goFacebook Mylestogo Speaking and ConsultingWebsite: MylestoGo.net Sign Up for her email list and receive 20 phrases to avoid and 12 things to say instead, for trauma informed language quick reference PDF!
Anewgo's Director of Sales-Sara Williams chats with Debora Trimpe-President at Prime Performance Strategies about the challenges that new home sales professionals face in the coming months and how to sell homes in any market. Debora has over 40 years of experience working in the areas of adult learning, talent development, and coaching. She has a PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Her sub-specialty is in Leadership Coaching Psychology. Unlike other professionals in her field, Debora has spent countless hours working alongside the individuals she develops. Instead of developing training classes in the sterile confines of an office, Debora creates learning and development strategies from her experiences obtained out in the environments her clients face. This enables her to specifically address the challenges and obstacles her clients need help with. It also allows Debora the opportunity to fully understand what works effectively in these everyday situations so she can provide real world, workable solutions that her clients will find successful.Debora obtained her coaching experience working with both sales professionals and executives during the past 40 years. She has become extremely effective at assisting individuals facing difficult market challenges and finding ways to succeed in spite of the difficulties their markets have offered. In addition, Debora's Master's Degree and Doctorate Degree work focused on all aspects of Coaching Psychology. This background has provided her with the knowledge necessary to create coaching conversations that proffer results.
Juan Perez facilitates an event in The Walled Garden focusing on the heroism of Marcus Aurelius. Juan has been a Business Consultant for more than 8 years and has implemented successful Change Management projects worldwide. He's created a method for change at a personal and professional level using Innovation Tools, Organizational Psychology and Stoicism. He's a proud father of 2 little kids, he has a podcast, a book on the way, and a passion for philosophy and music. Go to thewalledgarden.com/events to see more upcoming events. Go to thewalledgarden.com/mentoring to apply for philosophical mentoring with Juan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You can get in the mind of your adversary but have you ever looked under the hood at what makes your own team or organization tick? We are delighted to welcome Nico and Nicolene Schutte, Industrial Psychologists from the University of Johannesburg with strong family ties to South African Executive Protection to ask:What can Industrial or Organizational Psychology do to help improve retention and increase job satisfaction within Executive Protection?Where does Industrial Psychology sit within the business skills needed to scale an EP business or operation?When we or our team have been on training courses how can they demonstrate cognition of the material and put it into practice?Where are psychometrics useful or relevant in the modern security team?How can we increase employee engagement and motivation beyond remuneration?About Nico and Nicolene:Nico Schutte LinkedIn More about the Circuit:The Circuit Magazine is written and produced by volunteers, most of who are operationally active, working full time in the security industry. The magazine is a product of their combined passion and desire to give something back to the industry. By subscribing to the magazine you are helping to keep it going into the future. Find out more >If you liked this podcast, we have an accompanying weekly newsletter called 'On the Circuit' where we take a deeper dive into the wider industry. Opt in here >The Circuit team is:Elijah ShawJon MossShaun WestPhelim RoweConnect with Us: Circuit MagazineBBA ConnectNABA ProtectorBritish Bodyguard Association
Rafael is a Real Estate Coach and an Organizational Psychologist. He owns a traditional brokerage and a wholesaling and fix and flip business. Other companies include verticals in education, software, and an Organizational Psychology practice focused on business coaching & consulting. He has profitably invested in real estate since 2009, doing everything from fix and flip, creative financing, and wholesaling, yielding him millions of dollars in profits to date. Rafael is now passionate about using his investment knowledge, entrepreneurial experience, and background in business psychology to help other entrepreneurs succeed through his wholesaling coaching programs. He teaches his students how to find, negotiate, and close real estate deals while building a successful and sustainable business in the process. Youtube Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Jeffrey Deckman is a nationally recognized thought leader and award winning author on the next evolution of leadership: Conscious Leadership. His recently published book: “Developing the Conscious Leadership Mindset for the 21st Century” won a total of four national and international Stevie Awards® and is an Amazon best seller in the Occupational and Organizational Psychology category. He also won the 2021 International Business Awards bronze medal for 'Innovator of the Year'. His background is one of a serial entrepreneur who has bootstrapped 2 multi-million dollar companies; several non-profits and multiple political organizations. Since 2005 he has been a leadership and organizational performance consultant and leadership coach.Jeffrey is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and regularly publishes on the Forbes.com blog. Jeffrey is also a stage 4 cancer “thriver”; a dedicated student spiritual teachings and a Reiki Master.During the interview we discuss…differences between today's workers and workers in the pastdynamics driving the need for drastic changes in leadership methodsthe biggest mistakes leaders make that they don't realizecomponents that drive organizational performanceGet in touch after the interview…Website: http://jeffreydeckman.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/JDeckman56Twitter: https://twitter.com/_deckman_LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jeffreydeckmanconsciousleadershipinaction/YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/JeffreyDeckmanGet a free 3-week trial of The Leading Conscious Leadership Development Program: https://jeffreydeckman.com/conscious-leadership-development-programClaim your free gift!We're giving away a one-year membership to the world's #1 business book summary service for leaders! Our gift will help you stay on top of the latest ideas, decide which books to read next, and engage your teams.To get your gift:Leave a rating or review on your favorite listening channel.Take a screenshot of your review.Share the screenshot on LinkedIn, and mention either “Allison Dunn” or “Deliberate Directions” and the “Deliberate Leaders Podcast”.=============Allison DunnExecutive Business CoachDeliberate Directions + Executive Business Coaching + Training Center3003 W Main Street, Suite 110, Boise ID 83702(208) 350-6551Website https://www.deliberatedirections.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisondunnPodcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliberate-leaders-podcast-with-allison-dunn/id1500464675
You're just one course away from recession proofing your business! Or are you? The message around recession proofing is everywhere these days, but what do you really need to know about surviving, and even thriving, in this economy? Will the course or the membership site be the ticket, or are there other skills you want to cultivate to build a sustainable business in uncertain times? Those questions are why I wanted to have my friend Tara Newman on the show to talk about the economy. When Tara talks about the economy and what it means for small businesses, I listen, because this is not her first rodeo when it comes to riding out a recession. Tara Newman is the founder and CEO of the Bold Profit Academy, where she teaches service-based business owners how to sell premium services and programs without the emotional stress of launching, worrying about ads, overwhelming social strategies, or complex funnels. Tara hosts a weekly podcast called the Bold Money Revolution, and has been featured in publications like Money Magazine, Yahoo Finance, and the Huffington Post. She earned her Masters in Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University and has over 20 years of experience, is a Profit First Professional, and holds an advanced level Reiki certification. Everything she teaches incorporates energy, mindset, and strategy as a framework for resiliency and results. In this episode: Tara's three biggest takeaways from the 2008 recession, and why they still matter today The online business models that may be at risk in a downturn Why your marketing needs clarity and differentiation more than ever Why Tara believes now is the time to make confident choices about where you want to be in three years The most important skill you can build–and keep building Learn more about Tara Newman: Bold Profit Academy The Bold Money Revolution Podcast The Revenue Goal Calculator Instagram: @thetaranewman Learn more about Michelle Mazur: Communication Rebel Three Word Rebellion Request a free 1:1 Chat Finally Nail Your Message
We all faced new dynamics and uncharted waters as managers and leaders navigating a pandemic, social unrest and different ways of working. But if you considered the corporate role that felt the most impact, the CHRO, Chief Human Resources Officer, would rank high in terms of the toughest leadership positions over the last few years. And that's why this episode is so timely. In this episode, Sally talks to Kim Sullivan, who has been an HR leader for three global companies and a CHRO for more than six years which means pre-pandemic, post-pandemic and during the pandemic, giving her great perspective and comparison. Tune in to hear Kim's take on today's leaders, employees, company cultures, and perhaps a few insights on expectations that all of us need to adapt to. More about Kim Sullivan: With more than 20 years in the HR industry, Kim Sullivan has had an extensive career, including a mix of strong business acumen and the desire to develop people, while also identifying the business drivers and complex issues of every organization she's worked with. She has experience modernizing the People Solutions (HR) function by implementing new HR service delivery models; redesigning, eliminating, and repositioning roles; and implementing a digital HR strategy to address short and long-term business needs. Kim is a thought leader in all things transformation, including organizational culture. She is passionate about elevating HR team performance to ensure people and culture strategies enable a company's value agenda. She holds a master's degree in Human Resources Development from the University of Houston and a bachelor's degree in Speech Communications and Organizational Psychology from Texas Southern University. Show Notes: CHRO - Chief Human Resources Officer What has been the change of the CHRO role over the years? Typically tucked under the CFO There is a heightened need for the CHRO role to be at the table helping to make decisions that support the stratic outcomes for the business CHRO in the Global pandemic Continued to reflect on the overwhelming impact on the world Defining digital transformation Moving people from worksites to their homes in three weeks or less Keeping the lights on CHRO continues to learn from March 2020 Essential skills to be a CHRO Understanding the business and how to business makes money How to solve problems that positively impact the organization's business goal Understanding what are the people implications and cultural implications Must be talent savvy, biz savvy, data-savvy - how do you use data to make decisions Coaching and advising the leadership team Engage with leadership and with the frontline staff Employee Experience - everything a worker learns, does, sees, and feels at each stage of the employee lifecycle. How do companies define reset? Hybrid/ Virtual work Plan what the "return to the office" looks like for their organization dependent on the organization and employees People value flexibility - What is the why, and when should they come together? What happens when they get there? Define what roles should be remote, in-person, or hybrid. Mid to senior career-level workers feel more productive and focused at home; recent graduates want more in-person networking opportunities but do not want to be in the office every day How to define what is valued as work-life integration? Collect data to find what is the desired work style Use that data to establish the workplace strategy Leadership is culture; culture is leadership. Be deliberate about the culture you want to create and who you are as a company. Clearly define your values and be intentional about when you come together. Define what your employee's role is, make sure to check in with them, and have systems in place to support them. Mirror what you say you do as an organization at all levels of the company. Management needs to be international and consistent. Stay visible even in remote settings. Make sure you show up with these values to attract outsiders to your organization. If you are a people manager today and you are not equally focused on the business and the well-being of your people, you are not doing your job. The Great Resignation - An ongoing economic trend in which employees have voluntarily resigned from their jobs in large numbers beginning in early 2021 due to low wages, cost of living increase, career advancement, seeking better benefits, and remote work. What are essential skills for new leaders? How to have fun Encourage employees to take time off Not celebrating grind culture Demonstrating that leaders care about employees Prioritizing resources to make sure employees are taken care of. Want employees to be engaged and happy DEI - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Employees need to feel included and represented in the workspace Is there a talent shortage? Value proposition - making people interested in working with your company Glassdoor - www.glassdoor.com Gig Economy - a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs: Fiver - www.fiverr.com How to factor these desires into our work models? Determine which jobs can be a gig vs. remote vs. in person Work on attracting different nontraditional talent Focus on skills, not just job level Asynchronous communication- happens over a period of time—rather than immediately. Synchronous communication- takes place in real-time. Successful organizations invest in talent. Company Culture- describes the shared values, goals, attitudes, and practices that characterize an organization What is leadership's role in Company Culture? Set the vision Clearly define what their desire is for the culture Ensure their leadership team has leaders ready to model the behaviors that support your desired culture - a senior leader needs to hold their team accountable CHRO role in Company Culture Partner with the senior team, and articulate the culture will be Help to operationalize the culture through people processes or operational process Coaching and being an advisor to the CEO Own the measurement of an organization People analytics and insights on what is going well vs. not
Side Hustles that Work with Becky Shook-Wotzka Interview with Side Hustle specialist Becky Shook-Wotzka #SideHustle #PassionWork #BeckyShookWotzka Hi, and welcome to the show! On today's show I have the pleasure of welcoming entrepreneur and side hustle specialist Becky Shook-Wotzka to talk about how to access your best life and find reliable side hustles that work. Becky lives in Colorado. She has two teenage girls, enjoys traveling, loves to read, enjoys connecting, and still enjoys the challenge of learning and growing. She is an entrepreneur at heart, who also has experience working in government, corporate, non-profits and more. Becky has seen the wide gamut of careers, jobs, and businesses. Having completed her Master's in Organizational Psychology, she has also experienced what it's like to have a degree and still feel trapped in a financial hamster wheel. With that in mind, on this informative and insightful call, Becky shares that while not everyone is meant to be a business owner, that being able to generate your own income, whilst not working for someone else your whole life, is important. Becky states that “the hardest part in creating your own freedom, your own income, is knowing where to start. Picking a side hustle that will generate income, and be a good fit for you, is the hardest part”. With that in mind, Becky helps you take the guesswork out of the selection process. So, if having access to this sort of freedom is of interest to you, and you want to learn more about how Becky does it, then be sure to listen in to this call. To learn more about the topics discussed, or to contact Becky directly, click the link below. Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a “sponsored post.” My Future Business is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
A business cannot run well if its people cannot perform at their fullest potential. If you find people management a bit challenging and chaotic, organizational psychology can help you address such a serious issue. Business coach and organizational psychologist https://www.rafaelcortez.net/ (Rafael Cortez) joins Matt Fore to discuss integrating a systematic and human-centric approach into your business-building strategies. He explains how to create deep relationships with your team to help them freely showcase their talents and skills. Rafael also discusses how to use the DiSC assessment profile to understand every person's strengths and weaknesses, giving you a better idea of which responsibilities to give each team member.
What makes a great leader, and why should we all strive to be one? Even if you aren't in a position of power in your workplace, why should we try and become better leaders? In today's podcast, we are lucky enough to be joined by Dr. Mike Smith, CEO of John Mattone Global and Intelligent Leadership Coaching International. He also was a part of the U.S Air Force for 26 years and has a PhD in Industrial & Organizational Psychology, with a specialization in Leadership Development and Coaching, from Walden University. So if there was anyone ever to give a holistic and well rounded view on the power of leadership, and how we can all utilise it; it is him. For more of Dr. Mike Smith: https://johnmattone.com/team/mike-smith-ph-d/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-mike-smith-jmg/ All Magical Learning podcasts are recorded on the lands of the Kulin, Ngunnawal and Wiradjuri nations, and we pay our respect to their elders past and present. As always, if you are having trouble, you can always send us a message. Listen to/watch this podcast here: https://open.spotify.com/show/128QgGOlt293SnJkqN1w6e?si=805eef704962447b To find out more about our free content, sign-up for future webinars as well as our other services, go to https://magicallearning.com/ and sign up! You can also find us on our socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/magical_learning/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magicallearningteam/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/magicallearning/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb70j5K0EE1DLlCLCvqdsVQ? On today's Podcast: Jez F.M, Grahame Gerstenberg, Danette Fenton-Menzies, John Scollen, Dr Mike Smith Have a Magical day! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode, coach Mina Lee joins Joe to explore the nature and emotional dynamics of overwhelm. They inspect how it shows up in our lives and the emotional blocks, beliefs, and nervous system responses that keep it in place.Tune in for a fresh perspective on how to embrace the intensity of overwhelm and tap into an internal sense of safety that facilitates the real-time processing of big emotions and life challenges. Learn how overwhelm flows through a company and inhabits its culture, and how focusing less on reducing overwhelm and more on driving flow can lead to a more relaxed, productive, and fulfilled team.Resources:Mina Lee
Carlton player Chris Judd is just one of the many fans of one of Australia's most highly regarded investors, Peter Cooper from Cooper Investors.Peters CI Brunswick Fund of which he is still charged with managing directly has returned investors an annualised gain of 16.79% since inception in 2004.However, Peter's influence across the Australian investing landscape is much greater than the single performance of any of the Cooper Investors funds. Countless successful fund managers have cut their teeth learning how to invest the “Cooper's way" before going on to start high performing funds of their own, speaking volumes about the culture that Peter and his team have been able to create.As well as their flagship Australian Equities Fund, the team at CI manage Global and Asian Equities, Endowment style Funds and specialist funds.Peter has in excess of 30 years market experience and is highly regarded for his passion, integrity and purpose.It's fair to say that Peter Cooper is not your ordinary stock picker.The daily meditator, yoga devotee has almost single-handedly built a $10 billion investment powerhouse with little of the fuss and none of the media profile that comes with the territory."We are Toyota Land Cruiser people and not Range Rover types" Cooper responded in an Aus Financial Review piece about his success.It's On His own personal journey of life balance wellness and connection that he met his wife Suparna Bhasin Cooper.Suparna is a force of nature dedicated to wellness at every level facilitating Silent Retreats both in Byron Bay and India and is spearheading the new Be Well community in Melbourne - a hub of wellness warriors determined to give back and honour self care.An inspirational speaker, philanthropist and longtime meditator. Her goal is to bring ancient Vedic practices such as meditation, breath-work and yoga, to different communities around the globe. Suparna holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.Suparna is co-founder of the MaiTri Foundation along with her husband, Peter Cooper. The MaiTri Foundation is the private family foundation of Peter and Suparna with a focus on helping to solve the mental health crisis as well as spreading the philosophy of individual rights and freedom.In 2018, Suparna made the decision to dedicate her time and resources to making a meaningful impact and creating lasting change through her charitable activities. Suparna is a sought-after speaker and has presented at the Deepak Chopra Summit.When I Attended their beautiful wedding in India recently it was an exemplification of everything they are.Set against the awesome landscape of The Art of Living 200 acre ashram in Bangalore, their Union was an ode to self care, spirituality mental wellness and ageing gracefully - one of the most connecting inspiring and special experiences I've been part of - the colour the music, meditation, food the people it was quite life changing culturally immersive and enlightening.Encompassing meditation yoga intuition science collaborations with global universities and fostering an incredible educational facility .. there was a strong lense of philanthropy as the nuptials refDeborah's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/what.ive.learnt/Mind, Film and Publishing: https://www.mindfilmandpublishing.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/what-ive-learnt/id153556330Spotify: ...
Laura Chung is a Reiki master, astrologer, author, and the host of two podcasts, Awaken and Align and The Werk. She has her Masters of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She is an activist and trauma-informed healer who uses her various media platforms to share spiritual wisdom and decolonial education toward collective healing and liberation. As a multi-disciplinary healer, Laura helps people to transcend their past and transform their current situations; breaking generational cycles and harmful patterns. Her intention is to help people manifest the life of their dreams. In This Episode: Honoring rest and the creative cycle. October astrology and the calm before the storm. The law of correspondence: As above so below, as within so without. The massive shifts and transformation for the next 6 months. There are 3 months left of the moon circles. I've decided to let it go after December 2022. Letting go of the past and honoring the natural cycles of life. This is the time to do shadow work. Full Show Notes: PRE-ORDER MY BOOK HOW TO MANIFEST Laura Chung Instagram Laura Chung Tik Tok Laura Chung's Website YouTube Channel Ceremonial Cacao for 15% off use code: AWAKEN Awaken and Align Instagram Awaken and Align Website The Werk Podcast Website Bi-Monthly Moon Circles via Patreon Connect with Awaken and Align: If you enjoyed the podcast and you feel called, please share it and tag me! Subscribe, rate, and review the show wherever you get your podcasts. Your rating and review help more people discover it! Follow on Instagram @awakenandalign Let me know your favorite guests, lessons, or any topic requests.
Frank Schaeffer In Conversation with Author & Life and Leadership Coach, Susan Ross, exploring the importance of personal development and living and leading with purpose._____LINKShttps://www.intentiongroup.comBOOKWelcome to Planet Positive_____Susan Ross is a creative and passionate coach and a former Human Resources executive with more than 22 years of experience focused on corporate leadership and people development. Certified by the International Coach Federation as a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), and Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Susan launched her own coaching company, INTENTION Personal Development Group, to enable others to live and lead with purpose.Susan is a passionate champion of her clients who want to find their purpose and forge a new path back to the life and work they truly intend for themselves, whatever that may be. Susan will empower you to create a strong vision, understand your impact, identify limiting beliefs and make powerful, intentional choices. Her work will significantly raise your leadership game and help you to bring out the best in others.She has been featured on Fox News and is a contributor to Authority Magazine and Thrive Global. She has studied with the renowned Co-Active Training Institute, is Dare to Lead trained (a courage-building program based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown), and is also a Certified Positive Intelligence Coach (CPQC), a science-based program that increases performance and well-being through mental fitness. She is certified in the Leadership Circle Profile, a leadership assessment and development tool that supports the practice of conscious leadership. Susan holds an M.A. in Organizational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University._____In Conversation… with Frank Schaeffer is a production of the George Bailey Morality in Public Life Fellowship. It is hosted by Frank Schaeffer, author of Fall In Love, Have Children, Stay Put, Save the Planet, Be Happy.Learn more at https://www.lovechildrenplanet.comFollow Frank on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.https://www.facebook.com/frank.schaeffer.16https://twitter.com/Frank_Schaefferhttps://www.youtube.com/c/FrankSchaefferYouTubeIn Conversation… with Frank Schaeffer PodcastApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/in-conversation-with-frank-schaeffer/id1570357787_____Support the show
On today's episode Porschia Parker-Griffin shares the importance of finding common ground between your team's career goals and the goals of your organization. Listen in as Deborah and Porschia discuss the Millennial Mindset, how Gen Z prefers to communicate, and how you can start breaking down generational barriers in your workplace communication. About Porschia Parker-Griffin: Porschia Parker-Griffin is Founder and CEO of Fly High Coaching, where she empowers ambitious professionals and motivated executives to add $10K (on average) to their salaries. She is a Professional Certified Coach, a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Master Practitioner, and an Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner. Porschia also has experience as a director and business consultant in the financial industry, helping companies unlock millions of dollars in potential hiding in their organizations.Porschia is currently studying for her master's degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and has a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Georgia. She has served as an Associate Training Coach for the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and been recognized as a Career Expert by LinkedIn. Porschia has served as a Career Contributor for BioSpace and has been featured in FlexJobs, Levo, iOFFICE, LinkedIn News, and the Rochester Business Journal. When she is not coaching, Porschia enjoys traveling with her husband, cooking, and working with animals. You can connect with Porschia in the following ways: Fly High Coaching Website: https://www.fly-highcoaching.com Career 101 Podcast: https://www.fly-highcoaching.com/career-101-podcast/ Case Studies: https://www.millennialpi.com/case-study/ Whether you are a C-Suite Leader of today or tomorrow, take charge of your career with confidence and leverage the insights of The CEO's Compass: Your Guide to Get Back on Track. To learn more about The CEO's Compass, you can get your copy here: https://amzn.to/3AKiflR See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Shawn Beaty is the Senior Pastor at Clovis Hills Community Church. In 1995 Shawn left a record deal and a career as a professional musician to go full time into pastoral ministry. Shawn holds a B.A. in Organizational Psychology, a Masters in Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry. He is married to his wife Kellie of 20 years. In his spare time he enjoys playing music, motorcycles, surfing, snowboarding, golf and playing with his kids. www.shawnbeaty.com THE HIDEOUT DONATIONS FOR MAKENA'S SCHOOL MUSICAL Be sure to check out my new audiobook SUCCESS LEAVES CLUES (THE 7 P'S THAT CAN SHIFT YOUR REALITY) Thank you to our sponsors TABLE ONE HOSPITALITY RAVEN DRUM FOUNDATION THE MINA GROUP Findlay Volvo Las Vegas Samaritans Feet Pinks4Cancer Cardenas Law Group Squeeze Dried Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation SISU Agency MINDSET MARKETING PAUL MITCHELL HAIR CARE DELIVERED TO YOUR DOORSTEP BLING SHINE SERUM-The #1 seller of over 15 years and the only product to be endorsed by my MAMA! MORE KELLY “JOY IS THE ART OF FALLING IN LOVE WITH YOUR CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES AND ALLOWING MAGIC TO HAPPEN!” EXECUTIVE PRODUCER BROOKLYN CARDENAS
Studies show that when employees find meaning in their work, they're happier, more productive, more creative, and have higher wellbeing. And while individual employees need to do their part in finding that meaning, there's only so much they can do without the support of their leadership. Since we work in communities, wellbeing and meaning are shared responsibilities, and leaders need to be intentional about their part in it if they want to set up their businesses for higher success.This week I'm joined by Tamara Myles and Wes Adams, who together have researched how leaders can make work more meaningful for their teams, and why it's so imperative for success and workplace mental health that they do. They're here to share tangible ideas and strategies leaders can use, and they break it down into simple objectives that can be implemented starting today.Listen in to hear more as Wes and Tamara talk about meaningful work, intentional leadership, and individual wellbeing in the workplace.About Tamara Myles:Tamara helps leaders make work meaningful to engage employees and improve business performance.Her approach blends the latest research in Positive and Organizational Psychology with evidence-based strategies to deliver solutions that yield tangible business results. She focuses on organizational transformation and leadership development and has worked with high-performing organizations like Black Rock, Microsoft, KPMG, Unilever, and Best Buy.Tamara is the author of The Secret to Peak Productivity: A Simple Guide to Reaching Your Personal Best, which is published globally and has been translated to multiple languages. Her work has been featured in Business Insider, Forbes, and USA Today, among others.Tamara lives in New England with her husband, three teenage children, and two dogs. She loves to cook and is in awe of the power of food to bring people together for deep, meaningful connection.About Wes Adams:Wes works with high-performing companies on organizational transformation, leadership development, and employee engagement. He helps both experienced and emerging leaders alike develop the skills and practices that bring out the best from their teams by fostering cultures that enable employees to find meaning and purpose in their work.He brings two decades of experience growing successful ventures and consulting for Fortune 500s, startups, and NGOs. Past clients include Microsoft, KPMG, Edelman, Harrah's Entertainment, JP Morgan Chase, NetJets, Sony, Starwood Hotel Group, the United Nations Office of Human Rights, and Warner Brothers. Wes's work has been covered by the New York Times, Forbes, Business Insider, Fast Company, and others.Wes is also a Master Facilitator for the Penn Resilience Program, and has been a featured speaker at South by Southwest Interactive and the Nobel Peace Prize Forum. Passionate about social impact, Wes produced a documentary for HBO, The Out List, and a book of interviews about the environmental crisis, I Am EcoWarrior.A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Wes holds a Master's in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania. He lives in Atlanta.Mentioned in this Episode of Mental Health for Leaders:SV Consulting GroupTamara Myles ConsultingConnect with Wes on LinkedInConnect with Tamara on LinkedInJoin the monthly digital subscriptionWhere to ListenSpotifyAppleGoogleAmazon
Please find the research mentioned in this episode below Timms, C., Brough, P., & Graham, D. (2012). Burnt‐out but engaged: the co‐existence of psychological burnout and engagement. Journal of Educational Administration. Freudenberger, H. (1974), “Staff burnout”, Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 30, pp. 159-64. Maslach, C., Schaufeli, W.B. and Leiter, M.P. (2001), “Job burnout”, Annual Review of Psychology, Vol. 52, pp. 397-422. Borman, W. C., & Motowidlo, S. J. (1993). Expanding the criterion domain to include elements of contextual performance. In N. Schmitt, W. C. Borman, & Associates (Eds.), Personnel selection in organizations: 71–98. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Wang, G. and Lee, P.D. (2009), “Psychological empowerment and job satisfaction: an analysis of interactive effects”, Group and Organization Management, Vol. 34, pp. 271-96. Laschinger, H.K.S. and Finegan, J. (2005), “Using empowerment to build trust and respect in the workplace: a strategy for addressing the nursing shortage”, Nursing Economics, Vol. 231, pp. 6-13. Laschinger, H.K.S., Finegan, J., Shamian, H. and Wilk, P. (2004), “A longitudinal analysis of the impact of workplace empowerment on work satisfaction”, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 25, pp. 527-45. May,D.R., Gilson, R.L. and Harter, L.M. (2004), “The psychological conditions of meaningfulness, safety and availability and the engagement of the human spirit at work”, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 77, pp. 11-37.
In this episode of Digital Stratosphere, we explore the organizational psychology of failure during digital transformation. We discuss how businesses need to consider changes in their customer base, technology, and industry when undergoing a digital transformation. We also provide some tips on what to consider if you're looking to keep your employees during a digital transformation. Be sure to download the newly released 2023 Digital Transformation Report to learn more about how to avoid common digital transformation failures. https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/reports/2023-digital-transformation-report/
Carley Hauck is an acclaimed author, organizational and leadership development consultant, Stanford Instructor, sought-after speaker and executive team coach, who ignites conscious leadership in individuals, teams, and executives to activate business to be a force for good.She partners with some of the top organizations in the world supporting psychological safety, trust, inclusive leadership, innovation, and human centered cultures where everyone feels they belong.Carley is the founder of Leading from Wholeness, a leadership and organizational development consulting firm. Her highest values are harmony, service through joy, learning and growth to create positive change in the world. For almost 15 years she has partnered with business stakeholders at leading Fortune 100 companies and high-growth startups to understand their organizational, leadership development, and culture needs including: Capital One, Pixar, Intuit, Bank of the West, Asana, Advent Health, LinkedIn, Clif Bar, HP, Gilead and many others.She has strong expertise in designing and delivering highly effective engaging blended learning programs for high potential senior leaders/teams or specialized business needs. These programs have reached thousands of employees. She has directly coached and mentored several hundred senior executives and mid-level managers across 10 leading organizations to radically improve engagement, inclusion, leadership competencies, and employee resiliency skills. Carley brings a rigorous research approach to her work and all programs delivered, the measures and assessments used have been validated from her early days of consulting on NIH (National Institutes of Health) clinical trials and her work at Stanford University and UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business. Since 2013, Carley has served as an adjunct instructor at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. and facilitates powerful courses on leadership and management.Carley's book SHINE-Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World debuted February 2021 with Sounds True and was named one of the best books to read in 2022 by Mindful magazine.She holds an MA in Organizational Psychology. She is certified in the IEQ-9 Enneagram Leadership Assessment, a Psychological Safety Practitioner with the Fearless Organization, and a certified collective trauma facilitator with Thomas Hubl.Carley loves being outside on the trails in nature, practices yoga and meditation everyday, enjoys cooking healthy plant based meals, singing, SUP and swimming, and engages in ocean and nature conservancy.Show Notes: Carley shares the benefits she's gotten from going on silent retreats [6:05]Clarity of mind and shifting incessant recurring thoughts. [11:47]Carley explains what “Inner game” is from her book “Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World” [15:45]She shares how her childhood influenced her career aspiration [18:17]Carley shares the routine she uses to create a strong conscious mindset every morning [24:30]Where she often sees leaders fall “out of balance” and what the true “power skills” are [35:42]How to confront and work through emotions instead of avoiding them [49:26]An example of a leader with excellent inner and outer game from her book and life [57:45]www.carleyhauck.comCarley's Book: ShineLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carley-hauck/Shine Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca
Dr. Joseph A. Allen, is a Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the University of Utah and is a meeting scientist, while Karin Reed, is an executive communications specialist and CEO of Speaker Dynamics. They are the authors of SUDDENLY HYBRID: Managing the Modern Meeting (Wiley, February 2, 2022). Reed is an Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist and now focuses on helping business professionals to be confident communicators on any platform― in person, on camera, or through virtual communication tools. Dr. Allen's research focus is on the study of workplace meetings, organizational community engagement, and occupational safety and health. After the award-winning success of their first book together, SUDDENLY VIRTUAL: Making Remote Meetings Work, Dr. Allen and Reed have combined forces again to deliver best practices based on the science of meetings. In SUDDENLY HYBRID: Managing the Modern Meeting (Wiley, February 2, 2022), they combine their complementary expertise with ongoing research conducted pre-pandemic, pandemic, and still-lingering-pandemic to help meeting leaders and attendees manage this challenging but promising multimedia meeting environment. A second major meeting disruption is underway—no longer simply virtual—the hybrid meeting is becoming the new norm. Whether you're beginning to go back to the office, have out of town new-hires, or prefer flexible working locations and hours, hybrid meetings provide the communication connective tissue for today's global workforce. But flexible doesn't mean easy. Making hybrid meetings work well requires planning, preparation, and know-how. Tune in to learn more! _____________________________________________________ Rajeev Mudumba's Website: www.planb.live Plan B Success Podcast: Available on your favorite platform including iTunes @ https://apple.co/2JCSysL?ls=1 or www.planbsuccess.live or www.planb.live https://www.planbsuccessschool.thinkific.com - You can be a successful Entrepreneur and can do a LOT with your very own podcast. Follow Rajeev's FREE training & you'll discover How to ideate, create, launch, monetize and grow your podcast in just a couple of hours! Rajeev's Book - My Inspiration: Quotes that shaped my self-improvement journey - Available on Amazon Worldwide on your local Amazon site or @https://amzn.to/2JG1DRL Plan B Success YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2YegieF Medium Articles: https://rajeevmudumba.medium.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rajeevmud... Facebook Plan B Success Page: https://www.facebook.com/planbsuccess... Facebook My Inspiration Book Page: https://www.facebook.com/myinspiratio... Instagram: @hifromraj1
Cheri Lytle is Managing Director, Head of Chase Wealth Management Advice and Strategy at JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Cheri has an extensive track record of developing leaders and advisors, implementing organizational change, and managing merger and acquisition integrations. Cheri's organization provides market insights, investment expertise, practice management, and tools to enable financial advisors to help clients achieve their financial goals. Born a coal miner's daughter in West Virginia, Cheri graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Psychology and a Master's degree in Business Human Resources & Labor Relations. Cheri began her career at General Electric Aircraft Engines, leading global systems initiatives across ten countries. She then held various leadership positions at Bank of America within bank branch operations, credit card, and small business. Prior to joining JP Morgan Chase, Cheri was head of advisor strategy and development at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, where she led the advisor development program for 3,500 advisor trainees and implemented practice management strategies for 15,000 financial advisors. Previously she led human resources and leadership development for Merrill Lynch. Show Notes https://www.linkedin.com/in/cheri-lytle-9503a0147/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/jpmorganchase/ https://www.jpmorganchase.com/ https://www.wvu.edu/
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
Join Jamie and Nicole for a deep dive into discussing our human needs. Nicole holds a Masters in Organizational Psychology. She is the co-creator of The Needs Languages, a powerful tool to identify and categorize personality types. It is fast and intuitive, helping people feel connected and providing a sense of belonging in relationships. Learn more about Nicole's journey of living and parenting with a disability, and how working with The Needs Languages helped her to create balance, belonging, worthiness, and community. Find more about Nicole and check out her Ted Talk here: https://linktr.ee/Nicole.Shir
Our guest is Dr. Samuel West, a licensed psychologist with a PhD in Organizational Psychology and the founder of The Museum of Failure. The Museum of Failure is a traveling collection of failed products and services from around the world - it serves as a fascinating learning experience which provides unique insight into the risky business of innovation. We discuss how innovation and progress require an acceptance of failure, and how being open to failure and the lessons learned from it, can inspire us to take more meaningful risks. We explore the fear of failure, both on the organizational scale and the personal level, and how there's an increasing interest in spaces that allow for productive conversations on this topic. And finally, we dive into ways to measure creativity and the difference between good and bad failure. Enjoy! Please do take a virtual tour of the Museum of Failure below: https://museumoffailure.com/ Please don't forget to share/rate/review/subscribe
In episode 61, Coffey talks with Brandon Jordan about the "quiet quitting" phenomenon; employee experience; using behavioral assessments to improve new-hire fit; hiring with long-term retention in mind; and improving employee engagement. Good Morning, HR is brought to you by Imperative—premium background checks with fast and friendly service. For more information about our commitment to quality and excellent customer service, visit us at https://imperativeinfo.com. If you are SHRM-certified professional, this episode of Good Morning, HR has been pre-approved for half a professional development credit and if you're an HRCI-certified professional, this episode is good for half an hour of Business and Ethics recertification credit. To obtain the recertification information for this episode, visit https://goodmorninghr.com. About our Guest: Brandon is the founder of Workforce Lifecycle Analytics (WLA), a firm that partners with clients to grow their business through their people focusing on talent management and organization development initiatives and programs. WLA helps business and HR leaders 1) build their organization through hiring the right people, 2) provide sustained employee development for the workforce, 3) and build better, high performing organizations through employee listening strategies. Prior to Workforce Lifecycle Analytics, Brandon worked with Willis Towers Watson, IBM, Kenexa, and Batrus Hollweg Intl. Brandon has a BA in Psychology from the University of North Texas and an MA in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from the University of Tulsa. You can hear more from Brandon Jordan and a number of other speakers at Fort Worth HR's 13th annual The Strategic Mindset conference on September 23rd. Register today at https://fwhr.org.Brandon Jordan can be reached at https://www.WorkforceLifecycle.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonjordantalent/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/workforce-lifecycle-analytics/about/ https://twitter.com/WLAnalytics https://www.facebook.com/workforcelifecycle/ https://www.instagram.com/wlanalytics About Mike Coffey: Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant. In 1999, he founded Imperative, a background investigations firm helping risk-averse companies make well-informed decisions about the people they involve in their business. Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver & Household Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies. Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work in Texas list and has been named the Texas Association of Business' small business of the year. Mike is a member of the Fort Worth chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization and volunteers with the SHRM Texas State Council. Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know. Learning Objectives: 1. Understanding the concept of employee engagement. 2. Understanding how the recruitment and selection process impacts retention. 3. Implementing practical tools to improve employee engagement.
Women in the workplace are facing a difficult reality. There are tremendous forces working against you. Too often the blame is placed on women to improve and get over their imposterism, there is backlash when you show up authentically, or women risk burning out due to unpaid labor responsibilities.This might be our reality but it doesn't have to be our fate.Today I'm joined by Dr. Kimberly DeSimone, an expert on gender equality in the workplace. Kimberly shares her story and shares powerful insights and research to empower professional women to tackle the inequalities they face in the professional workplace. She holds a Masters in Organizational Psychology and a PhD in Leadership in Policy. She is a tenured professor at St. Bonaventure University where she serves as the the Co-chair of the University President's Commission on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Director of the Masters in Leadership Program. Kimberly is the host for Advancing Women podcast, where ambitious women come together to challenge the status quo, advance in their careers, and up-level their lives. And she is an Executive Coach focused on helping ambitious individuals achieve results using her 4P Advancement Model.Helpful links:Connect or Follow Dr. Kimberly DeSimone on LinkedInFollow #AdvancingWomen on InstagramMargaret's favorite #AdvancingWomen Episodes:Tightrope Bias & The Likeability DilemmaSorry Not Sorry: Apologizing, Deflecting, and UnderminingListen to Margaret's Episode on #AdvancingWomen Podcast
Welcome back! This week I'm excited to share my conversation with Dr. Bill Howatt on Sharpen Your Edge Live. Bill is an internationally recognized expert in mental health. He's spent over 25 years helping employees, patients, and leaders achieve their potential. Bill has a PhD in Organizational Psychology, did post-doctoral training at UCLA, has developed programs with organizations like the Conference Board of Canada and the University of New Brunswick, and is author of numerous books and articles, including regular contributions to The Globe and Mail. During this conversation, Bill discusses the transformational nature of regret and the tools we can use to move forward from it. If you want to learn more about Bill and his new book, “No Regrets: How to Live Today for Tomorrow's Emotional Well-Being”, check out his website at billhowatt.com. Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-greg-wells/support
Bobbi Wegner Psy.D. is a Clinical Psychologist who teaches Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Harvard University. She is also the founder and CEO of Groops - a Group Connection platform used by organizations looking to improve the effectiveness of groups by improving communication and inclusion, strengthening relationships and enhancing trust.Also check out Dr. Wegner's TedX Talk: Feminist Boys are our Future Men: Changing the Culture of Sexual Violence from a Very Early Age - Clinical psychologist and Harvard Lecturer, Bobbi Wegner, Psy.D., explores the role our brain plays in unconsciously gendertyping women and how that feeds a culture of sexual violence and inequity. She offers 3 powerful pieces of practical advice on how to talk to children about this, changing the way men and women see each other from a very early age.To find out more about Dr. Wegner, visit www.drbobbiwegner.com, and to learn more about Groops, visit www.joingroops.com.Way Too Busy is brought to you by BillionMinds, a company which helps people embed the skills they need to thrive at unstructured ambiguous work in the context of their busy lives.You can sign up to join BillionMinds today for free by visiting www.billionminds.com/getstarted.
Dr. Benjamin Hardy joins us in one of the podcast's most anticipated interviews to reveal the secrets of constructing a present in alignment with the best version of our future selves. Dr. Hardy holds a P.h.D in Organizational Psychology; he is the author of several books on self-development and entrepreneurship, the world's leading expert on the application of the Future Self science, a husband to his wife Lauren, and a loving father of six. In this episode, Dr. Hardy shares bits of his personal history in an original way; he starts from his current self, the one several years ago he saw as an ideal future self, and goes backward, explaining the situations and decisions that led him to where he is now. We talk about some lessons we can learn from his latest book, "Be your future self now," and explore the multiple applications the book offers to improve our day-to-day life. Dr. Hardy explains the critical role "forcing functions" have in our lives, the 80/20 rule applied to our goals, and how our future dictates our present. Dr. Hardy also shares some details from his next book, "10X is easier than 2X," we explore the power of refining and augmenting end goals to modify and make our present better, and much more. Some Questions I Ask:As we start, please tell the audience about your story and how you got here to do what you're doing (3:23)As you think about your past, what's another time that really sticks out to you, where you felt like your future really drove your present? (14:09)In This Episode, You Will Learn:What are the forcing functions, and how do they push us forward (11:18)What are the things that hold us back from being our future selves (19:32)What is a lesser goal, and why do we pursue them (22:01)How does the 80/20 rule apply to our goals (25:20)What happens when we make our end goal bigger (31:43)All progress starts with a truth (40:47)Resources:Dr. Benjamin Hardy's websiteUnlock Your Unrivaled Momentum Training Interested in Working with Clint? Send a message to email@example.com.Connect with Dr. Hardy:LinkedInLet's Connect!WebsiteLinkedInInstagram Facebook Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today Chris is talking with Ronald E. Riggio, Ph.D., the Henry R. Kravis Professor of Leadership and Organizational Psychology and former Director of the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College. Dr. Riggio is a social/personality psychologist and leadership scholar with more than a dozen authored or edited books and more than 150 articles/book chapters. His research interests are in leadership and organizational communication, particularly leader nonverbal communication, and emotional competence. He is part of the Fullerton Longitudinal Study that is examining leadership development across the lifespan (beginning at 1 year of age and continuing through adulthood). [Sept 12th, 2022] 00:00 – Intro Social-Engineer.com Managed Voice Phishing Managed Email Phishing Adversarial Simulations Social-Engineer channel on SLACK CLUTCH innocentlivesfoundation.org 00:20 – Intro Links 03:02 – Dr. Ron Riggio Intro 04:13 – How did you become a professor of leadership? 07:41 – What year did you start focusing on charisma? 09:16 – The importance of charisma for leadership 12:49 – How does one learn to develop personal charisma? 15:27 – How important is getting gestures right? 18:22 – The benefits of showing emotional expressions 21:41 – Dynamic Attractiveness 23:45 – What can I do to become a better leader? 26:51 – Transformational Leadership 28:34 – Leaders need to know their followers 29:41 – How do you lead at scale? 32:42 – Developing leadership capacity in others 35:44 – The attraction to the "Strong Man" 40:11 – Spare the rod 44:16 – Who do you consider your biggest mentors? Howard S. Friedman Bernard Bass 47:04 – Book Recommendations: Influence: Science and Practice - Robert Cialdini Leadership - James MacGregor Burns Daily Leadership Development - Ronald E. Riggio 50:58 – Find Dr. Riggio on the web Twitter: https://twitter.com/ronriggio Website: www.riggioleadership.org Blog Site: psychologytoday.com/blog/cutting-edge-leadership 51:54 – Guest Wrap Up 52:28 – Outro www.social-engineer.com www.innocentlivesfoundation.org
I recently connected with today's guest through our common belief that high-achieving women are most fulfilled when they are working in alignment with their core values, setting boundaries that honor them, and mentoring other women to do the same. Laura has a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology and is a college professor, author, podcaster, advocate, and coach. She is also a wife and mom to two young sons. Laura's company, The Catch Group, was founded on the principle of living a life guided by your values. They believe that leaders should bring their authentic leadership to the workplace to build inclusive teams and that leaders should be able to have big career goals AND career fulfillment. Laura believes that top leadership at companies should be diverse and that women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ leaders need to hold more top jobs at companies. We hold very similar beliefs on women and ambition, values, boundaries, resilience, organizational dynamics, workplace culture, diversity, and change. Here is what you'll learn in today's episode: Laura's 3 Step Values First FrameworkLaura's personal and professional values and how they show up in her companyJet setting and boundary setting (think introverts at a conference) Red flags and traps when experiencing conflict at work Why she named her business The Catch Group and why women in leadership need their catch crew Want more of Laura Eigel? Free workbook: https://thecatchgroup.com/contact/Book: https://amzn.to/38gmJERPodcast: You Belong in the C-Suite: https://thecatchgroup.com/podcast/Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-catch-group/Laura Eigel and I both work with high-achieving women and one of the common themes is that in spite of our effort, there is often a gap between where we are and where we want to be. Does this apply to you and do you know the cause? Take this quiz and get your personalized result, and what to do about it! What's Holding You Back?https://bit.ly/obstaclesquizWant to add yourself to the waitlist for the fall 2022 launch of Boss Up Breakthrough, Diann's brand new business strategy, mentorship, and coaching group? There is no obligation, but if you want to get more information, you need to be on the list, so click here: Group Coaching Waitlist The Driven Woman Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedrivenwoman/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachdiannwingert/ Before you bounce, don't forget to leave a review of The Driven Woman Podcast, I'd love to read it on a future episode! Apple: https://apple.co/2BZDFzcAndroid: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-driven-woman-1194485Don't forget to join us next week for Episode #123 when I return with another juicy solo episode. If you haven't already, please follow/subscribe to The Driven Woman Podcast so you won't miss a single thing!
Is the Church today a phenomenal place to work? How does working for your church compare to elite companies? How should a pastor encourage and lead church staff to fulfill your mission? On today's episode of the Thriving in Ministry podcast, we interview Dr. Michael Steiner on how you can improve your church's work week culture. Dr. Michael Steiner Bio Dr. Michael Steiner is the Vice President of Innovation and Communication at Southeastern University in Florida. Michael has a PhD in Organizational Psychology and is on a mission to help pastors make churches incredible places to work. He and his wife have 2 kids and while not pastoring, Michael enjoys encouraging church leaders through his TikTok channel @drmichaelsteiner. I'm Kyle Willis, Founder of Talanton Church Services, and Dr. Dace Clifton, from DailyPastor.com, and a pastor from Central Texas is out on sabbatical. Notable Quotable: "The New Testament does not prescribe any particular structure of Church governance. What it describes is a set of gifts that the Holy Spirit has moved upon the Church and has anointed people to do certain works at specific times. It describes what they could do, but it doesn't prescribe." (15:01)A Church Government Revolution - Peter Haas (17:22)"Every organization on the planet is trying to manufacture purpose. (Businesses) are spending millions of dollars per year in their HR department to manipulate and convince their employees that they are working on a cause greater than themselves. You as the Church already have that naturally; you don't need to make that up. Think about how radical that is. You are a part of growing and building and being an essential worker in the Kingdom of God." (19:33)The Living Reminder - Henri Nouwen (23:40)"The ultimate move of the Enemy is not to get you to hate God or hate the faith... the move of the Enemy is to get you to forget why you started in the first place." (23:45)"The word decide means to "cut away". So when you decide on a strategy that means you are cutting away a bunch of things that you could do, so that you can do the one thing that you were called to do. That is where you have to get as a Church." (28:28)Measure What Matters - John Doerr (30:33) OKR System - Objective and Key ResultsNeurobiology of Leadership: "Making decisions is the number one calorie activity in your body. There is nothing that burns calories more than making decisions. The prefrontal cortex accounts for 20% of all calories burned in a day. Making decisions takes a ton of power. Your brain will do whatever it can to avoid making a decision. That is why we created leaders." (35:14)How does a new person become adjusted into an organization? (42:11) Role Clarity - Does a person understand what they are doing and why they are doing it? Self-Efficacy - Do they have the confidence they can accomplish the thing they are supposed to be doing? Acceptance - Are they a part of a web where they feel valued and they value that web in return? Websites and Other LinksDr. Michael Steiner TikTok @drmichaelsteinerDaily Pastor Online ContentTalanton Church Services
If you come from a culture that values obedience, compliance, and respect to authority, speaking up can feel incredibly hard. In this episode, you'll discover that you are not alone and how to overcome this challenge. As a second-generation Filipino American that has entered the professional world, Dr. Abby has observed her own journey from a compliant, obedient, submissive employee to a leader who brings value and inspires those around her. She recognized that there are factors related to the bamboo ceiling which involve her own Filipino upbringing. She says it is necessary to notice our cultural makeup and find ways to bridge the gap to develop leadership behaviors. Dr. Abby has a PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, a BA in communication, and master in science / management. She also has 2 TED Talks, a book SPEAK UP ANAK, and a youtube channel on assertiveness.
In this episode, Dustin talks with Gabriella Braun about her book, All That We Are: The Hidden Truths Behind Our Behavior at Work.We examine how work does far more than occupy our time and provide our livelihood. It provides an outlet for our intelligence and skills. It's part of our identity, a source of belonging and exclusion, of pleasure and pain.Listeners will discover why the dynamics of different relationships in the workplace, giving rise to issues of power, status, equality, camaraderie and competition, touch every one of us and every part of us. Much as we may want to, we cannot leave aspects of ourselves outside the building or virtual space when we go to work.Gabriella explains what it means to work while being human and how we can learn more about the hidden motivations that drive our behavior at work. The book will move you and awaken a new respect for your colleagues and employees. It may force a rethink of many of the attitudes you hold about others, especially those who annoy or intimidate you at work. It can help you build a workplace that is more creative, inclusive and humane, where people and their work flourish. ***This episode is brought to you by Freedom Founders, where orthodontists and dentists can create cash flow and secure wealth through passive real estate. Gain access to carefully vetted relationships and curated investments that create cash flow and secure wealth. Create enough sustainable, recurring cash flow to replace your active "earned" income within 2-3 years (or less). Better yet, invest in real estate passively, without becoming a landlord or trying to source "deals" in your own backyard. Visit FreedomFounders.com***Resources Mentioned in the Episode with Gabriella Braun:All That We Are bookGabriella Braun websiteGordon Lawrence – The Development of Group RelationsGordon Lawrence – Building People, Building ProgramsJohn Bowlby's Attachment TheoryGarry Brewer – Perfect Places: NASA as an Idealized Institution***Go Premium: Members get early access, ad-free episodes, hand-edited transcripts, exclusive study guides, special edition books each quarter, powerpoint and keynote presentations and two tickets to Dustin Burleson's Annual Leadership Retreat.http://www.theburlesonbox.com/sign-up Stay Up to Date: Sign up for The Burleson Report, our weekly newsletter that is delivered each Sunday with timeless insight for life and private practice. Sign up here:http://www.theburlesonreport.com Follow Dustin Burleson, DDS, MBA at:http://www.theburlesonfiles.com
Kevin G. Campbell, M.A. is an Employee Experience Scientist at Qualtrics and also a Founder of Lifted Leadership, LLC where he coaches Fortune 500 executives on how to acquire, develop and retain their most valuable asset: their people.He's spent the last decade of his career building leaders and teams for companies like Stryker, PF Chang's, Amazon, etc, and has worked for Deloitte and Gallup as a consultant. Before founding Lifted Leadership, Kevin served as a Lead People Scientist for Culture Amp where he helped organizations like Airbnb, Palo Alto Networks, and ServiceNow reinvent and optimize their performance management and employee engagement initiatives.Kevin also served as a Workplace Consultant and Executive Strengths Coach for Deloitte Human Capital and the Gallup Organization where he helped coach leaders from companies like Stryker, P.F. Chang's, US Bank, Amazon, CH2M (now Jacob's), and PayPal leverage their unique individual talents into greater performance.As a certified coach, Kevin has logged over 1,000 hours of paid executive coaching and workshop facilitation sessions. As a coach, he makes use of a variety of psychometric assessment tools and feedback techniques to identify and coach high-potential, high-performance next generation leaders.Prior to his career in industry, Kevin received a Master's in Organizational Psychology where he studied under Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, co-founder of Positive Psychology and the first researcher to recognize and name the mental state of flow—the optimal experience of total engagement.Rebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work.We'll be discussing topics that are disruptive to the world of work and talk about new and different ways to approach solving those problems.Follow Rebel HR Podcast at:www.rebelhumanresources.comhttps://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcastwww.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Rafael is a Real Estate Coach and an Organizational Psychologist. He owns a traditional brokerage and a wholesaling and fix & flip business. Other companies include verticals in education, software, and an Organizational Psychology practice focused on business coaching & consulting. He has profitably invested in real estate since 2009, doing everything from fix & flip, creative financing, and wholesaling, yielding him millions of dollars in profits to date. Rafael is now passionate about using his investment knowledge, entrepreneurial experience, and background in business psychology to help other entrepreneurs succeed through his wholesaling coaching programs. He teaches his students how to find, negotiate,&close real estate deals while building a successful & sustainable business in the process. "Hustle is a season not a business strategy." Follow him for free content in all major media channels @rafaelcortezceo Free Downloads https://www.rafaelcortez.net/free-downloads https://reiwholesaling.com
In this episode, I bring on a good friend, Jeremy Miller. He is a tattoo artist and has owned multiple tattoo studios for over 12 years and many other businesses. Jeremy recently launched and is the CEO of his latest venture, Action Strategy, and has a mission to help small business owners learn from the mistakes he has made along the way. We're going to discuss what it means to be an accidental entrepreneur. To do so, I bring Jeremy to share his journey with us. Jeremy was a professor in business management at Concordia University in Austin, Texas. He has his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He is the lead auditor for World Certification Services, which offers certification services for quality, environmental, health, and safety and worldwide aerospace management systems. I can't wait to hear Jeremy share his entrepreneurial story. Also, with all his background in business and management, I feel he can come on and bring value to help you manage your business and set up the systems and processes to help you scale. So Remote Start Nation... Let's get into the show! Learn more about Jeremy Miller at: https://actionstrategy.com/ Learn more about Remote Start Podcast at: https://www.remotestartpodcast.com/
The traditional top-down leadership models often fail with today's workforce of Gen Z-Y-X.... What if you could transform to a more conscious leadership style that would increase employee engagement and your bottom line? Join us to hear from Jeffrey Deckman, a nationally recognized thought leader and award winning author, who is leading what he believes to be the next evolution of leadership: Conscious Leadership. Jeff's book, “Developing the Conscious Leadership Mindset for the 21st Century” has won a total of four national and international Stevie Awards® and is an Amazon best seller in the Occupational and Organizational Psychology category. He also won the 2021 International Business Awards bronze medal for 'Innovator of the Year'. David and Jeff discuss how Conscious Leadership in Action mindsets, methods and models offer intuitive, processes that are both practical and designed to be actionable and effective under real life conditions. This includes what Jeff calls “The Organizational Trinity,” which is comprised of Tribes, Knowledge Networks, and Cultures within your company. If we are candid, all of us have some unconscious leadership habits that may be holding us back. Join this podcast to hear Jeffrey Deckman's advice on how you can become a conscious leader. ------- This Manage 2 Win Podcast episode is brought to you by Habitly. I (David) review Habitly best practices regularly, and teach these essential people skills to clients weekly. This advice has changed my life, and made millions for our clients. I started developing Habitly content in 2004. Habitly's powerful best practices have now been taught to thousands of people worldwide. For instance, you can learn how to Create time in your day; Get more from meetings; Stay calm; Achieve significant targets; and Become a great leader. Simply study and apply the expert knowledge provided in Habitly courses and micro-learning episodes. Whether you're just out of college, or someone with over 20 years work experience, learn the habits of highly successful people on Habitly. Test drive Habitly for 7 days on us! This includes full access to the entire Habitly knowledgebase – www.habitly.com.
Do you feel like stress and anxiety keep you from enjoying your work, life or family? Listen in as Masssoma shares her personal struggles and strategies for success. Massoma Alam Chohan is an author, a TEDx speaker, a wife, a mother of two, and a strong advocate for those suffering from anxiety. Her book, “Take Your Lunch Break: Helpful Tips for Relieving Work-Related Stress," is a #1 bestselling book on Amazon. Massoma did a TEDx talk titled "Go Spaghetti: Overcoming Anxiety" to discuss how she overcame her anxiety and panic disorder. She graduated from the State University of Buffalo with a bachelor's in Biology and Psychology, completed two years of medical school, and later obtained her master's in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Connect with Massoma Get the Book - Take Your Lunch Break: Helpful Tips for Relieving Work-Related Stress Watch the TEDx Talk: "Go Spaghetti: Overcoming Anxiety Follow on Instagram, Tiktok, and LinkedIn.
Dr. Yasmin Davidds is an entrepreneur and organizational psychologist. She is CEO of three organizations: the Multicultural Women Executive Leadership Foundation, the Women's Institute of Negotiation, and the Dr. Yasmin Davidds Leadership Institute, which is focused on empowering Latina women. Both the U.S. Congress and the California State Senate have recognized her efforts for the Latin and female communities. After dramatic family circumstances, depression, and life in rehab, Dr. Davidds realized that her story could help others. She wrote a book, Empowering Latinas: Breaking Boundaries, Freeing Lives, which led her to a global speaking tour. Her success as a speaker led to invitations to teach corporate Leadership Workshops for Latina Executives, which later grew into her pursuing a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology. Next, Yasmin partnered with the USC Marshall School of Business in California to launch the Dr. Davidds Leadership Institute. The goal of the Institute is to help Latin women take command of their lives and careers.Davidds has learned from her failures, and her story serves as an inspiration to others. Davidds believes that everyone must get to know who they are and what they want to achieve in life. The institute teaches leadership skills & creates an environment where women can be vulnerable and share their fears.Dr. Davidds encourages her students to read Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People. By embracing empathy, we can learn how to adapt to environments, family, or work settings, learn how to shelter ourselves from toxic experiences and people, and learn how not to fear them. Yasmin's goal is to encourage people to find their purpose. We should commit to getting to know who we are as individuals, finding out who we want to be, and becoming the best version of ourselves.Listen to how Dr. Yasmin Davidds found her purpose—to inspire and help others to become the best version of themselves.
For today episode, our guest will be Oren Shai: He is the Founder of HOHU (Whole-Human Leadership Development) created for courageous business leaders and teams who refuse to compartmentalize themselves. HOHU is an embodied leadership development company that offers a proven way to meet the needs of the moment with awareness, alignment, and aliveness. Oren is also a Somatic (body-based) leadership coach to Founders/CXOs of fast-growing startups and leaders within large tech companies who are committed to modeling authentic, aware, and empowering leadership. He has Over a decade of experience developing people within hyper-growth companies, and a Master's in Organizational Psychology. And he has Applied team performance and done collaboration research with top universities. Join us as we discuss: Being in relationship from true love (and the difference between that and a trauma bond) Working with our own control patterns Creating space in our body to say the truth Cultivating our ability to be with reality What it means to Oren and me to live an embodied life Creating magic and presence in every moment Download my Guide: 'Stop Overanalyzing: 5 Hot Secrets to Get Out of Your Head and Get What You Want': https://cailin.online/ Check out my Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/cailinmcduff/ Learn more about what "the feminine" is here at my website: www.cailinmcduff.com Join Cocoon, my 6 month fully embodied femenine experience: https://www.cailinmcduff.com/cocoon Sign up for a Desire Call with me to get in touch with what you want: https://calendly.com/cailin/desire Oren's Freebie: https://hohu.co/wantit Oren's Website: hohu.co Oren's Instagram: @embody.change Oren's LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/oshai
Angela Pointer is the Director of Talent Acquisition at Sentara Healthcare. She has spent over 16 years of her career in healthcare recruiting and is a mission-driven, motivational leader of talent matchmakers focused on relationships, resources, and results. Prior to Sentara, Angela led recruitment teams for the University of Maryland Medical System, Go Health Urgent Care, DeKalb Medical (now a part of Emory Healthcare), and Duke University Health System. Angela received her Master's Degree in Organizational Psychology from Walden University and her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Clemson University. She lives in northern VA with her husband and teenage son. Learn more about Angela at https://atchainternational.com/healthcare-and-higher-podcast-ep54-angela-pointer/ Are you a healthcare professional or healthcare executive looking to advance your career, build a better brand, or create a leadership legacy? Visit us at https://atchainternational.com to learn how we can help. Connect with Iqbal on: - Linked at https://www.linkedin.com/in/iqbalatcha/ - Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/iqbalatcha1 - Twitter at https://twitter.com/IqbalAtcha1 Join us next week for another exciting episode of the "Healthcare and Higher" podcast! #HealthcareAndHigher #IqbalsInterviews Song Credits: "Life Is A Dream" by Michael Ramir C. "Stay With Me" by Michael Ramir C. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iqbal-atcha/support
Your organization just made an important executive hire – now what? Organizational Psychologists Dr. Stacey Philpot and Dr. Ted Freeman are here to answer this question and more. The two join Roy to continue their conversation around leadership transitions, discussing the ins and outs of leadership integration and acceleration. Drawing on their wealth of experience, Ted and Stacey outline the essential steps in implementing executive talent and speeding up the likelihood of success, as well as the positive impact they can have in their new role. Ted and Stacey have been partnering with Noto Group on these kinds of complex and mission critical VP and C-Level hires for the last few years. Ted has extensive experience as an organization development consultant and executive. He previously served as Culture Officer at EILEEN FISHER, INC and couples this expertise with more than a decade of consulting experience in the areas of leadership development, organizational effectiveness, and executive coaching. Stacey brings over 20 years of experience as an organizational consultant to her role as Managing Partner at Executive Development Consulting. She's advised Fortune 500 companies and CEOs on how to use leadership development to accelerate growth and increase their competitive advantage. Highlights from our conversation include:Concerns senior executives may have when entering new organizations (2:55)The four essential elements of success for new executive hires (5:17)Key steps when onboarding and integrating leadership teams (6:59)How to help new leaders productively and successfully engage with stakeholders (7:52)Challenges and risks faced by organizations when bringing in senior executives (9:29)The necessity for self-awareness and planning when entering a role (15:03)How to speed up the process of recalibration (18:15)The importance of contextualizing a new hire's mandate for change within the ecosystem of the organization (21:16)The recipe for organizational success (22:10)Visit HowIHire.com for transcripts and more on this episode.Follow Roy Notowitz and Noto Group Executive Search on LinkedIn for updates and featured career opportunities.Subscribe to How I Hire:AppleSpotifyAmazonGoogle
Meet Erika: Erika Ferszt is the founder of Moodally, providing mood management solutions for the workplace; improving employee well-being & performance. After having suffered a stress-related vision loss burnout incident in 2015 that forced her to leave her role as Global Advertising, Media & Digital Director at Ray-Ban, Erika returned to school to study the effects of stress on the mind, body & brain. She completed a Post-Graduate program in the Neuroscience of Mental Health and an MSc in Organizational Psychology. Combining her corporate experience and state of the art education, she created Moodally with the mission of creating better workplaces, one mood at a time. Moodally's solutions for organizations includes keynote sessions, group training, 1:1 executive coaching, a proprietary mood-moving app and white-labeled well-being & performance content to improve morale, productivity, and performance in your workplace.In this episode we learn:Erika's entrepreneurship journey and how she started Moodally + Her fabulous life living in Italy!The science behind moods and how it affects our day to day.How we can build better habits around stress, especially workplace stress. What is toxic productivity? And what things we could be doing to improve our productivity and moods.Find more info on Moodally here:Instagram: instagram.com/moodally.wellnessLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erikaferszt/Website: www.moodally.comNew Wellbeing Solution: https://www.moodally.com/white-label-wellbeing-content---About Us - Women Who Brunch:Women Who Brunch is a community for women who love connecting, networking, and learning from each other over the most important meal of the week...BRUNCH!Check out our website for updates on events, recipes, brunch spots, product reviews and more or say hi on Instagram!WWB Website: https://womenwhobrunch.comWWB Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenwhobrunchWWB Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/womenwhobrunchWWB Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nycwomenwhobrunch