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The Workr Beeing Podcast
How to Support Psychological Health

The Workr Beeing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 30:41


Organizations and leaders are both important in driving a psychosocial safety climate. This type of climate supports psychological health and has major impacts for employee wellness. Listen in as we breakdown new research on psychosocial safety climate and the importance of leaders! Links: Loh, Dollard, McLinton, & Tuckey (2021) Article Leaders Can Grow A Psychosocial Safety Climate Article Leaders Need Self-Care Episode Workr Beeing YouTube Don't forget to subscribe and share our show!

The CyberWire
Updates on what Ukraine is now calling “BleedingBear.” CISA advises organizations to prepare for Russian cyberattacks. Other cyberespionage campaigns, and a new ransomware strain.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 27:02


Ukraine confirms that it was hit by wiper malware last week, as tension between Moscow and Kyiv remains high. It remains high as well between Russia and NATO, as Russia continues marshaling conventional forces around Ukraine. CISA advises organizations to prepare to withstand Russian cyberattacks. Other cyberespionage campaigns are reported, as is a new strain of ransomware. Microsoft's Kevin Magee provides friendly counsel for CISOs and boards. Our guest is Clar Rosso from ISC2 on the communication gap between cybersecurity teams and executive leaders when it comes to ransomware. And the natural disaster in Tonga may offer lessons in resilience and recovery. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/12

Stratfor Podcast
RANE Insights on Security with Brian Lynch: Navigating and Assessing Threats to Organizations

Stratfor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 33:49


In today's podcast, RANE's Executive Director of Safety and Security, Brian W. Lynch, speaks to Rod Koyne, Managing Director of Opcentrics, a U.S.-based firm specializing in security operations, protection services, risk assessment, event management, and training programs. They discuss how to protect businesses, assets, and people in an increasingly complex and dangerous world. Brian talks through with Rod his firm's guide to help organizations navigate through their risks, utilizing the Opcentrics' “Ten Commandments,” as a reference to achieving success.RANE is a risk intelligence company that provides access to critical insights, analysis, and support to ensure business continuity and resiliency for our members. As RANE's Executive Director for Safety and Security, Brian W. Lynch offers clients world-class expertise in areas that include security, crisis management, active shooter training and mitigation, and threat intelligence and management strategies. RANE also offers custom risk monitoring, including tools to efficiently screen and analyze emerging risks for your organization. Let RANE help you successfully identify and mitigate threats. Visit ranenetwork.com

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
How to help organizations kickstart change! | Linda van Sinten

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 6:39


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Working with change is a lot about helping the organizations “see” what is going on, and helping them decide what they already want to change. In this episode, we discuss a specific technique that Linda used to bring insights, and visibility into the teams and their challenges, and how that technique helped kick-start a change that was necessary.  About ​​Linda van Sinten Linda van Sinten is an experienced Scrum Master and creator of the Liberating Structures Visual design cards. She combines her knowledge of Scrum with the powerful skill of creating visualizations and visual tools to drive teams forward. She has trained over 500 people in making powerful visuals out of ideas, structuring strategies and product visions in Tech, Healthcare and other industries.  You can link with ​​Linda van Sinten on LinkedIn.

The Wine CEO Podcast
The Wine CEO Podcast Episode #59: Are Organic, Biodynamic, and Sustainable Wines all the same?

The Wine CEO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 21:35


There are a lot of terms used on wine labels to denote the grape growing practices like "organic", "biodynamic", and sustainably farmed". But what does that mean for the wine? Can these terms be interchangeable to basically mean the wine is healthier? NO! These terms each have unique definitions and don't necessarily mean that your wine is "healthier". Listen to today's episode to learn all about these labelling terms and more! And don't forget to subscribe to the show so you never miss an episode. ---------- thewineceo.com Instagram: @thewineceo Facebook: @sarahthewineceo ---------- Today's Sponsor: Wash + Wik Use code: THEWINECEO for 20% off your purchase ---------- Episodes mentioned in today's show: Episode #22: (Sulfites in Wine): Red Wine is NOT giving you headaches.... Episode #58: Why isn't wine vegan? ---------- Organizations mentioned in today's show: Demeter Association for Biodynamic Wines Biodyvin

Twins Talk it Up Podcast
Twins Talk it Up Episode 80: Branding Trends for 2022

Twins Talk it Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 54:05


The global health pandemic has impacted consumer behavior as hybrid and work from home models were implemented and spending habits changed due to a rise of economic uncertainty. Organizations have also had to adjust and have been driven to look at their branding. So, what branding trends will we see in this New Year? Our good friend Reggie Holmes joins us to share his thoughts and predictions about what this year will look like in area of branding. Reggie Holmes is the Founder and Creative Director at Enthuse Creative, a strategic branding and design studio based in the Washington DC Metro area.Branding is about influencing perception about your product, service, and organization. In other words, branding is about perceived value. The objective is to attract and create loyalty by delivering positive experiences that align with what the brand promises. Reggie shared that people want something to believe in, which reflects one of the trends of branding. Humanize the brand to create connection and community with your customers. We also touch on:Interactive websites to engage your target audienceBeing inclusive and incorporating content from customersPartnerships and aligning brandsMetaverse, NFTs and digital currencyWhen there should be a brand refreshTo learn more about Reggie and Enthuse Creative, visit https://www.enthusecreative.com/Support and Follow us by Sponsoring, Subscribing & Downloading.--- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp

Supply Chain Revolution
Human Rights Transparency and Risk Resilience in Supply Chains: MLK Special Release with Justin Dillon of FRDM

Supply Chain Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 23:42


While environmental sustainability goals have become a high priority for consumers and businesses with a global call to action on climate change, other ESG issues haven't gotten as much attention. For many organizations advocating for human rights in the supply chain is a material priority, and one of the most pressing issues involves ensuring there is no forced labor and child labor in supply chains. But how do you know? -In its 2016 study, the International Labour Organization (ILO) estimated that 40.3 million people worldwide were victims of modern slavery at any given time, 25 million of whom were in forced labor. -To narrow the focus further, an estimated 16 million people were exploited in the private sector. A few years earlier, in 2014, the ILO estimated that forced labor generated annual profits estimated at USD 150 billion. -Women and girls are disproportionately affected, accounting for 71% of those affected by modern slavery. Children represent one-quarter of the total number of victims. President Biden on Dec 23, 2021 signed into law the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, a bipartisan bill that bans imports from China's Xinjiang region unless the importer can prove they were not made with forced labor. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/biden-uyghur-labor-law/2021/12/23/99e8d048-6412-11ec-a7e8-3a8455b71fad_story.html In Episode 68, Justin Dillon, CEO of FRDM shares that, “The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us how broken and opaque supply chains truly are. Supply chain operations and oversight has lagged far behind the innovation curve. Companies today are expected to solve bigger and deeper problems in their supply chains, such as environmental and human rights risks.” ➡️ I am proud to have Justin back as a retuning guest on MLK day to kick off 2022 and to help organizations ensure human rights are protected across global networks by: – Understanding and mapping your network -Organizing your company's supplier and spend data – Creating a predictive bill of materials for everything you buy and applying estimates about environmental, social and business continuity risks – Helping you engage with suppliers, using its toolkit to reduce risk and increase your resilience – Producing helpful reports for your team, stakeholders and regulators – Helping you track improvements to your supply chain and constantly improving your resilience FRDM is the next wave in predictive and proactive ESG risk resilience to realize sustainable outcomes. Organizations that lead on sustainability and impact do not approach them as secondary objectives. They integrate the related objectives into their core motivation, radically altering the corporate equation for success. Companies face numerous barriers to addressing modern slavery, but technology can be an enabler for change. Modernizing the supply chain for greater transparency can create a more visibility and equity for all. FREE WHITE PAPER ➡️ https://lnkd.in/eEr_hWv7 Learn more FRDM and Justin here - FRDM.co

Resilient
Bill Marquard on resilient leaders, organizations, and societies

Resilient

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 34:03


Bill Marquard, managing director, Monitor Deloitte, talks with Resilient host Mike Kearney about how resilient leaders are able to connect disparate dots and find common characteristics to raise the resilience quotient for themselves, their teams, and their organizations.

The Innovative Mindset
Jennifer Wilde and Dan McClure on How to Engage Systems of Innovation

The Innovative Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 69:21


The Principal Players in Innovation Ecosystem Discuss Innovation, Collaboration, and How to Bring Companies and Organizations into a More Sustainable Future Jenny Wilde Jenny has over 15 years of hands-on experience as a senior manager in humanitarian response and an innovation expert. She has supported innovative organizations and initiatives in countries as diverse as the USA, South Sudan, and Nepal. She has pioneered initiatives that break from conventional innovation models and enable global scale.   Dan McClure Dan specializes in complex systems innovation challenges and acts as a senior innovation strategist for commercial, non-profit, and governmental organizations.  He has decades of experience as a systems innovation strategist working with global firms in fields spanning international aid, environmental activism, government, finance, retail, media, education, energy, and health.  Connect with Jenny and Dan Website: innovationecosystem.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/innovation-ecosystem/people/   This episode is brought to you by Brain.fm. I love and use brain.fm every day! It combines music and neuroscience to help me focus, meditate, and even sleep! Because you listen to this show, you can get a free trial.* URL: https://brain.fm/innovativemindset If you love it as much as I do, you can get 20% off with this exclusive coupon code: innovativemindset Listen on These Channels Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts | Podbean | MyTuner | iHeart Radio | TuneIn | Deezer | Overcast | PodChaser | Listen Notes | Player FM I'm thrilled that you're tuning in to the Innovative Mindset. Get in touch if you have questions or comments. *Affiliate link. If you purchase it through the above links and take the 20% off, I'll get a small commission.

NOT YOUR AVERAGE OPERATOR
NYAO, Ep: 079 – A Warriors Wife: April's Story

NOT YOUR AVERAGE OPERATOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 62:21


This week, the boys were fortunate enough to sit down with Elliot's wife, April (from Episode 78 - The Legacy of Adam) and talk about the most unspoken tenant in the life cycle of the battle with P.T.S.D.; the sojourn of the spouse in this palpable fight of mental illness. You'll quickly understand the strength and  grace that April brings is forged in the rawness of her experience in standing by Adam through his darkest moments. Many times, having a very direct impact on her own mental health. April does the rest of us a massive favor in being candid about her close proximity with the fallouts of undiagnosed P.T.S.D and exposing the fractures it brought into her home. She navigates this tender topic of the injured spouse with such candor and strength, to hopefully shed light for the rest of us, of what it's like and what to expect when it's our turn. The boys agreed that this  episode will be one of the most popular in our series, because April leaves everyone a roadmap.  A step by step list of faith based  axioms and approaches to push through the chaos into higher ground. For her and Adam both, it started with their faith in God. April's Recommended Resources & Organizations: 1.“Why is Dadso Mad”, book by Seth Kastle. Helps explain PTSD to kids. 2. Giveanhour.org; free counseling/therapy/chiropractic and other care for veterans and their families. 3. Mighty Oaks Warrior Program; Faith based retreat for veterans and spouses in California and Ohio, no residency requirements & travel expenses may be covered. 4. Boulder Crest Retreat; free family/individual retreat opportunities. Warrior PATH program for PTSD. 5. Elizabeth Dole Hidden Heroes; retreats, caregiver resources & support. 6. Reboot Combat Recovery; 12 week faith based course for veterans, first responders, and their families. 7. Operation Homefront; support for military families. 8. Project Sanctuary; free family retreats. 9. Semper Fi Fund; financial assistance if qualified. 10. Wounded Warrior Project; support, activities, individual & family retreats, help with disability claims. 11. Vet Center; counseling, help with claims, other resources. Please share your thoughts about this episode and more importantly, we hope this encourages our listeners to spend some time thinking about what works best for them when they have to reignite their passion. We encourage all of our listeners to reach out to us with your own stories. We love reading your insights, feedback, and how we can add more value to your day. Paul “Melon” McFadden NotYourAveragePaul@gmail.com Raf “Tio” Espinosa NotYourAverageRaf@gmail.com Mike NotYourAverageMike77@gmail.com LISTEN IN ON: SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/6cQyL6nPDxPNFz4p8RN5PQ?si=Pm-chuufQGSYdcflJ5Xq0Q APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/not-your-average-operator/id1522297477

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1845: Conti Ransom Gang Now Selling Access to Victims

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 33:28


Organizations infected with the Conti ransomware affiliate programs malware who refuse to negotiate a ransom payment are added to Conti's victim-shaming blog, where confidential files stolen from victims may be published or sold. But, sometime over the last 48 hours, US security expert Brian Krebs has reported that the cybercriminal syndicate has updated its victim-shaming blog to indicate that it is now selling access to many of the organizations it has hacked: Ilia Kolochenko, Founder of ImmuniWeb and a member of Europol Data Protection Experts Network, joins me on Tech Talks Daily to discuss why this new marketplace indicates that well-organized cybercriminals are not afraid of law enforcement agencies anymore. We also talk about how criminals create mature, agile, and multistakeholder ecosystems similar to legitimate businesses and how cybercriminals are creating online subscriptions, free trials, and discount systems for recurrent customers to maximize their profits. Finally, we explore the most significant challenges and what global governments must do to combat the issue or risk losing the battle to cybercrime.

The Modern Manager: Create and Lead Successful Teams
186: Create an Actionable Individual Development Plan

The Modern Manager: Create and Lead Successful Teams

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 13:15


Great managers invest in growing their team members. But who is actually responsible for professional development? Surprise: it’s the individual, not the manager. Organizations take a wide variety of approaches to professional development ranging from none at all to reserving Individual Development Plans (IDPs) for only high potentials or those struggling the most. So where does that leave everyone else? This episode is all about taking control over your individual development plan. I walk through the process of crafting an IDP for yourself and how to work with your team members so they can own their professional growth. The full episode guide includes a detailed process for developing an IDP as well as how to work with your team members to create and manage their IDP. It also includes the template I use with my clients for documenting and tracking goals, measures of success and actions. Get it when you join the Modern Manager community or purchase the full guide at www.themodernmanager.com/shop. Get the free mini-guide at themodernnmanager.com/miniguides. Subscribe to my newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. Read the related blog article: Own Your Professional Development Key Takeaways: Individual Development Plans work for short and long term goals. Make goals based on where you want to be in the future or what you need to feel more satisfied at work. Figure out what knowledge, behavioral skills, or real life experience will help you achieve your goals. Get feedback from colleagues about what could help you succeed. Consider what measures of success would mean you’ve achieved your dreams. These are either externally-based from a colleague or through passing a test or internally-based on your sense of achievement. Keep between 1-3 goals at a time. One goal often feels too slow and more than 3 goals can be distracting. IDPs are living documents that should be revised and updated. Check in monthly to update actions taken, measure goals, and add new ones. Your teammates need to take ownership of their success and make their own IDPs. Brainstorm with your team about their goals and offer t

Leadership Junkies Podcast
173. Lisa Caprelli | Unicorn Jazz: Bringing More Fun and Happiness Into Your Leadership and Organizations

Leadership Junkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 53:57


Do you want to bring more happiness and fun into your workplace? Do you wonder about the role of playfulness in leadership? Are you committed to transforming your peoples' experience at work? Our special guest Lisa Caprelli will answer these and other questions about the vital role of happiness, fun and playfulness in leadership, teams and cultures. Lisa Caprelli is a speaker, songwriter and an award-winning author of the unicorn book series, Unicorn Jazz.™ Unicorn Jazz series offers social emotional learning (empathy, kindness, love, belonging, believing in others, feelings and more). She is an author of 18 books, and has produced music videos for kids. Lisa is the producer and director of Unicorn Jazz Presents The Thing I Do - a family show on Amazon TV. After a 10+ year career in creating radio show programming and podcasts combined with a 26 year marketing career in representing over 160 CEO's and leaders, Lisa created Skip a Step: Imparting Wisdom for Young Entrepreneur Minds.    Lisa is a Forbes contributor, has been featured in FORBES magazine, ABC News, Shout Out LA, USA today newspapers, and more media and news outlets.  Lisa's ambitious and multi-faceted perspective inspires people all around her to live a life of purpose. As a writer, educator and leader she is called upon for storytelling while fostering perseverance, imagination and inspiration. She enjoys teaching young minds the power of possibilities be it: elementary schools, teens, educators, parents, counselors, librarians and more.  The Leadership Junkies Podcast is brought to you by Cardivera.com. Show Notes Episode highlights… Bringing more fun, entertainment and playfulness into business and leadership Choosing kindness to build great teams Entrepreneurial mindsets and skills as life skills Leadership is about people and relationships Importance of fun in learning experiences Embracing make believe sessions in your business Being aware of the stress of adulting and injecting more happiness and fun into your adult lives Understanding the difference between making work fun versus having fun outside of work Leadership lessons from the movie Big Playfulness is essential to learning and happy workplaces and connected teams Play and fun are not lost time (they're investments in your people and culture) Understanding the role of social emotional learning in learning and development Impact of COVID in the education system, process and mindset Importance of giving back by helping another human being (including your team members) Getting intentional about happiness at work and about what makes you happy (and then do it) Transforming our patters and beliefs about leadership and work Resources: Lisa Caprelli Unicorn Jazz Website Skip a Step: Imparting Wisdom for Young Entrepreneur Minds and Kidpreneurs book by Lisa Caprelli Unicorn Jazz: Help and Give Back book by Lisa Caprelli Unicorn Jazz Presents The Thing I Do (family show on Amazon TV) The Leadership Junkies Podcast Cardivera Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

On Brand with Nick Westergaard
Telling Magnetic Brand Stories with Gabrielle Dolan

On Brand with Nick Westergaard

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 32:50


Gabrielle Dolan's work spans from personal leadership communication to organizational communication. The bridge that unites these two domains is story. Her new book, Magnetic Stories, helps companies craft stories that connect and engage. From the stories we tell at work to the stories that build iconic brands, we discussed it all this week on the On Brand podcast About Gabrielle Dolan Gabrielle Dolan is considered a global expert in business storytelling and real communication. She is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and best-selling author of seven books including her latest Magnetic Stories. Her client list is extensive including the likes of Visa, Amazon, EY, Uber, Accenture, Telstra, Australia Post, and the Obama Foundation. The professional highlight of her career so far is meeting Barack Obama while delivering storytelling training for the Obama Foundation. Gabrielle is the founder of Jargon Free Fridays and her dedication to the industry was recognized when she was awarded Communicator of the Year for 2020 by the International Association of Business Communicators. Episode Highlights Sorry, Jeff. Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos is often quoted as saying your brand is “what people say about you when you're not in the room.” I like Gabrielle's edit of this idea a lot better. Your brand is made up of, “the stories people share about you.” Barbie: Master Storyteller. Or, rather, Ruth Handler, master storyteller. Most are quick to judge Barbie dolls but Gabrielle sets the record straight on the creation story of this iconic brand. The five types of stories that every business needs. The creation story is just one of the five types of stories Gabrielle writes about in her new book Magnetic Stories. Organizations also need: Creation stories about how your company, product, or service started, Culture stories about the values of your company and its people, Customer stories—more than just testimonials, Community stories about your good deeds, and Challenge stories about how you've responded to obstacles along the way. What are the common mistakes companies make when it comes to storytelling? “They think they only need one story. You need lots of stories!” What brand has made Gabrielle smile recently? Gabrielle went with Quantus, “for their emotional ad about getting us back into travel.” To learn more, go to GabrielleDolan.com. There you'll find several resources including a free seven-day story “starter kit.”  As We Wrap … Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon/Audible, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, and RSS. Rate and review the show—If you like what you're hearing, be sure to head over to Apple Podcasts and click the 5-star button to rate the show. And, if you have a few extra seconds, write a couple of sentences and submit a review to help others find the show. (Need a quick tutorial on leaving a rating/review? Check this out.) Did you hear something you liked on this episode or another? Do you have a question you'd like our guests to answer? Let me know on Twitter using the hashtag #OnBrandPodcast and you may just hear your thoughts here on the show. On Brand is a part of the Marketing Podcast Network. Until next week, I'll see you on the Internet! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Accidental Creative
Creative Bravery in 2022

The Accidental Creative

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 23:12


If I had to choose one gift to impart upon every person I meet - one master key that unlocks their potential - it would be bravery. We need radical bravery in our workplaces, our schools, our neighborhoods, and in our politics. If more people committed to making brave choices daily, we would see stronger, more effective teams, less corruption, less unhealthy conflict, and more progress on the societal issues that truly matter. Organizations need leaders committed to cultivating a culture of bravery, and who themselves are making brave choices in the face of uncertainty. The marketplace needs more business owners who are willing to step up and do the right thing for their employees and their communities, even at the risk of personal cost. And, society needs more people to cultivate brave, empathetic relationships with people who think differently from them. My ambition with this episode is to inspire an epidemic of everyday bravery both in and out of the workplace. Here's to creative bravery in 2022! This episode is sponsored by http://bambee.com/accidentalcreative (Bambee). This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. Get our FREE 12-part video course Everyday Brilliance at http://accidentalcreative.com (AccidentalCreative.com). Support this podcast

Lawyerpreneur
Using Industry Organizations to Help Build Your Law Practice with Brian Gibbons

Lawyerpreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 33:40


Brian Gibbons is a partner in the New York office of the civil defense litigation firm Wade Clark Mulcahy. He hosts the interview-based podcast, Call Your Next Witness, and is an active member of DRI. He has used his involvement in DRI and other industry organizations as a platform to help build and grow his law practice. Gibbons has also used his podcast and other out-of-the-box marketing to expand his professional network. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)

Talent Magnet Institute Podcast
Happiness Is a Personal Choice with Vanessa King

Talent Magnet Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 37:06


How do we define happiness? Vanessa King and Mike Sipple Jr. share the answer on this episode of the Talent Magnet Leadership Podcast. Vanessa is a writer, speaker, and leadership and organization development consultant. She is also Director of The Change Space, and a board member of Action for Happiness. Vanessa and Mike explore the true meaning of happiness, how leaders can nurture it at work, and how organizations can build a better and brighter future for upcoming professionals.  Leaders have to think about happiness as not just a word but as an action. Happiness has two parts: joy and euphoria, and accomplishing challenging goals. “Happiness is focused on the things that are within our control, whether individually, collectively or systematically to shift and change,” Vanessa says. [3:26] COVID has made it easier for organizations to have conversations about happiness. It has also allowed individuals to have more human interactions as people move into a hybrid work environment. [7:30] When a leader takes the time to ask after an employee's wellbeing, it builds trust between leaders and the team. This trust lets people feel safe enough to bring their whole selves to work. “It's about these tiny micro human connections,” Vanessa insists. Human beings need to feel good to function well and bringing these tiny interactions in the workplace can ensure that. [10:47] While working from home is convenient for a lot of people, it has also taken away the boundaries between work and the rest of their lives. It's not so much about finding a work-life balance because your work is a part of your life, but more so getting a life balance which work is a large part of, Vanessa and Mike agree. [15:30] Help others become great, but not in the way that you become a pathway to success. Also, ensure that it isn't going to undermine your own performance or sustainability. [20:12] “The difference between a good day at work and the worst day at work is a sense of progress,” Vanessa remarks. It's micro progress that matters: leaders should help their employees feel a small scale of progress that builds up rather than just having one goal. Micro progress is also about cultivating a sense of control and autonomy in people so that they have some choice and freedom about how they do their jobs. [21:20] Self-compassion is one of the keys to living a happy life. Some other steps are recognizing that no one is perfect, and turning your internal critic into a wise coach. Acknowledge when you make mistakes and do better the next time. [24:12] When you do helpful things for other people, it makes them feel good, and it also activates the reward centers in your brain which makes you happier. [29:50] Organizations should be designed to support the growth of their employees and bring the best out of their teams. [31:41] Resources Mike Sipple Jr. | LinkedIn  Vanessa King | LinkedIn | Twitter  The Change Space Action for Happiness 10 Keys To Happier Living

Messaging on a Mission
Messaging For Impact

Messaging on a Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 37:45


Your organization makes an impact. Clearly, or you would not do what you do. However, why doesn't anyone know about your impact? There are a lot of reasons why and that's exactly what we cover in today's episode of Messaging on a Mission. Fundraising expert Megan Amundson walks us through why should create a culture of impact and how, both internally and externally.    Episode Guest(s): Megan Amundson helps nonprofit organizations raise more money from individual donors by training and coaching leaders to develop fundraising skills and confidence and implement best practices. She helps small and medium-sized organizations make small changes to their fundraising program that have big results. All while using the organization's current capacity.     Megan has spent almost 20 years in the nonprofit sector holding many different roles, including Executive Director, board member, and major gift officer. She brings unique experience to her clients, helping them build more sophisticated fundraising programs with limited resources.    Key Takeaways: Two main reasons people do not continue to give to your organization: they weren't thanked properly and/or they cannot see the impact their gifts have had.    Organizations should talk about impact 4x a year.    You should be talking about impact four times a year — literally just so people don't forget about you.    Impact messages are not reports: They are bite-sized stories about something impressive and impactful that you did.   For long-term goals, tell stories about the continuing activities designed to eventually meet that goal.    Your stakeholders actually want to know (a) that you have a big vision (b) that you're fighting for it that you're strategic, that you're smart. Tell them frequently.  Useful Links:   Megan Amundson mailto:megan@meganamundson.com   https://www.meganamundson.com/impact

Those Other Girls with Mallory and Friends
REPOSTED | Hollywood, Human Trafficking, and Our Children w/ Landon Starbucks

Those Other Girls with Mallory and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 52:57


This is a reposted episode from January 12, 2021 In this episode Mal interviews Landon Newsom Starbucks. She is singer, podcast host Grow Up Live Show, mother of 3, and formerly in Hollywood. We talked about her time in Hollywood what she saw, how she got involved in fighting human trafficking, Kamala's statement on sex work, porn's connection to human trafficking, and tips to help your children. Let's support her. 100% of her music proceeds go to human trafficking organizations. Follow Landon on Instagram: @matriarchsongs and @imatriarch Follow her podcast : @growupliveshow Visit her website: www.matriarchsongs.com Podcast website: www.growuplive.com Organizations mentioned: Fight the New Drug Exodus Cry Trafficking Hub Fact Sheet for this episode is available on the blog --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/those-other-girls/support

Without a Roadmap
Cassidy Fein, Director of Product for Organizations at Vimeo

Without a Roadmap

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 41:06


This week, Cam and Yonas welcome Cassidy Fein to the show! Cassidy is the Director of Product for Organizations at Vimeo, an instructor at Mind the Product, and has over ten years of B2B product experience. She loves empowering people through technology and solving hard problems for real human beings.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Helping organizations change by focusing on people | Matthew Green

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 12:52


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Matthew shares with us two contrasting approaches to change, and change leadership. Company 1 wanted to go Agile in a way that would require only the IT department to change. Company 2 focused on helping the teams and viewed change as a slow, and people-centric process. In this episode, we talk about the role of creating “community” in a change process as well as supporting people through Communities of Practice. Listen in to learn how a community of practice can help your organization. About Matthew Green Before becoming a Scrum Master, Matthew worked in a variety of roles both inside and outside of IT. This eclectic background has served him well in working with teams and individuals to help them on their own journey to a more humane way of working.  You can link with Matthew Green on LinkedIn and connect with Matthew Green on Twitter.

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler
Best of 2021: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 48:35


We're starting the year with a compilation of some of our most popular DEI experts from last year. Organizations face growing pressure to create and maintain equitable workplaces as employees call for real progress and sustainable change. In this episode, we take a look back at three conversations with three experts who are working to advance DEI efforts and make enduring progress. We hope you enjoy our conversations with Janet Stovall, senior client strategist at the NeuroLeadership Institute, Eliza VanCort, organizational consultant and author, and Jeff Korzenik, investment strategist and advocate for non-traditional talent sources.

Aikido: Discussed
Ep 212- Aikido Organizations Are They good For Anything

Aikido: Discussed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 58:01


Ep 212- Aikido Organizations Are They good For Anything by Aikido: Discussed

InspirED School Marketers SPARKCAST
How To Be A Leader In An Independent School

InspirED School Marketers SPARKCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 48:15


Dr. Carrie Grimes is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Leadership, Policy, and Organizations department and also serves as the Director of the Independent School Leadership Master's program at Vanderbilt University. She completed her Ed.D. in Leadership and Learning in Organizations, where her research focused on social identity and community within school settings. Carrie's career has been centered in independent school leadership, including roles in administration, teaching, counseling, and institutional advancement in schools and programs in New York, California, and Maryland. Throughout her career, she has focused on community building, imaginative problem solving, and cross-team collaboration across a wide range of stakeholder groups including toddlers through adolescents, parents, adult learners, donors, and alumni. Carrie has a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.A. in Applied Psychology from New York University. For show notes, visit InspirED School Marketers website.

Cosmopod
On the Giving of Orders: Power and Freedom in Democratic Organizations

Cosmopod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 95:28


Dillon, Jake, Rudy and Amelia discuss the work of management consultant Mary Follett and how to use her ideas to enable democratic  problem-solving and functioning of mass organizations. We discuss several common problems faced when organizing such as how to adequately replace leaders, how the person who does the work leads and how to effectively give orders. We follow by talking about how we can use Follett's ideas on integrating experience and the law of the situation to make leadership increasingly invisible. We also discuss her ideas on the role of experts and managers, power with vs power over and how to better relate to new members of an organization. We end by contextualizing Follett's  ideas with other better known methods such as the Maoist mass line, and how they can be applied to the current debates around Jamaal Bowman. References: Mary Follett - Creative ExperienceH. C. Metcalf, L. Urwick (ed.) - Dynamic Administration: The Collected Papers of Mary Follett

SEO Podcast | SEO.co Search Engine Optimization Podcast
#616: Low-Code or No-Code for Your Custom Software Development Project Episode 2

SEO Podcast | SEO.co Search Engine Optimization Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 7:38


Low-Code or No-Code extends your team without the hassle of full-time hires and is the key to delivering successful, scalable applications on time. Low-Code product development using IBM Watson technologies can reduce time to market by up to 80% and costs by 90%. Organizations not only get a new application quickly, but they also enhance the capabilities of their existing systems. We have a very different approach to software development from other agencies. We take less time, do it faster, and do more. Everyone involved in developing custom software is a programmer. There are no designers, engineers, or project managers involved because they're all typically part of the big software development factory. Our agency is an elite group of brains who were burned by the factory mindset and decided to go off on their own. No matter what type of application you need, our low-code software development platform accelerates and simplifies the design and creation of this application. Whether your enterprise needs a mobile app, custom web software, or a complete desktop solution, no-code application development lowers the risk of implementing new technology. We provide you with streamlined, consistent end-to-end software development that turns ideas into reality – faster and easier than ever before. More info about low-code or no-code for your custom software development project: https://dev.co/low-code-no-code/ Connect with us:  https://seo.co/ // https://website.design/ // https://dev.co/ // https://ppc.co/

Catalyst Sale Podcast
Horizontal Ignition with Dan Pontefract - 270

Catalyst Sale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 44:14


On the first episode of 2022, Dan Pontefract joins Mike. They have a great discussion about the future of organizations and horizontal ignition.  Key Takeaways: We need to ask - “what can we do better to develop cross-functional skills?” Horizontal Ignition - create awareness, job shadow, understand where others in other job roles are coming from Horizontal ignition is a mindset. If looking to start the horizontal ignition concept in your organization, start in one unit and use the Tiger Team Concept. Be proactive We need to build bridges within organizations Organizations are made up of a culture of cultures. Build bridges between units so that we can know, empathize, respect and be compassionate about how other roles function. Show Links: Horizontal Ignition Article www.danpontefract.com Lead, Care, Win: How To Become A Leader Who Matters Thank You  Please send listener questions and feedback to podcast@catalystsale.com or contact us directly on twitter  or LinkedIn. This podcast is brought to you by Catalyst Sale - you can learn more about Catalyst Sale, and the products and services we provide via the following links. Growth Acceleration - Plateau Breakthrough Demystify Sales - the course

Motivational Quotes for true Happiness words of love to Empower you with positive Vibe

Enjoy, Practice and share God's Words For Today #MassReadings motivational Quotes for True Happiness #MessageToBillions words of love to empower with positive Energetic Vibe for Prosperity reading World Scriptures - Faith-Belief-Witness To get more Blessings make a donation now just download our books for life at https://ivacademy.net/en/market/books and Share this very IMPORTANT marathon 7 times+ for Abundant Happiness :) Join Live Daily salvation and blessing meetings just contact us -Very important – Want to receive salvation and blessing? Become a member of my global community and join Billion Happy Life subscribers marathon. Been a writer-global activist for 24 years I'm working daily #ForPeace Empower People and Organizations uniting to finalize Building ultimate World of Peace by 2027 - Heavenly Kingdom - Heavenly Parent's Holly Community at Global Peace Building Network I'm Looking for fruitful Cooperation and ☛ let's become Best Friends, join now global peacemakers team and invite your friends, post comments to my Vital discussions in: www.INSTAGRAM.com/MessageToBillions www.Twitter.com/Happy_TV_News www.FACEBOOK.com/nicolaecirpala and www.YOUTUBE.com/c/MessageToBillions Download my books www.ivacademy.net/en/market Join my Billion Happy Life subscribers marathon and get :) Like Comment and Share 4 times for True Happiness, share this #MessageToBillions about #SecondComing #PrepareTheWay get #BornAgain and #YoutubeRecommend #ForPeace Cooperation, to Donate, for consulting, to invite me as Guest Speaker at your online or offline events, to Volunteer, to receive marriage blessing call me +7 981 130 83 85 phone whatsapp --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicolae-cirpala/support

Motivational Quotes for true Happiness words of love to Empower you with positive Vibe

Enjoy, Practice and share God's Words For Today #MassReadings motivational Quotes for True Happiness #MessageToBillions words of love to empower with positive Energetic Vibe for Prosperity reading World Scriptures - Faith-Belief-Absolute Faith—Faith in the Face of Adversity To get more blessings make a donation now just download our books for life at https://ivacademy.net/en/market/books and Share this very IMPORTANT marathon 7 times+ for Abundant Happiness :) Join Live Daily salvation and blessing meetings just contact us -Very important – Want to receive salvation and blessing? Become a member of my global community and join Billion Happy Life subscribers marathon. Been a writer-global activist for 24 years I'm working daily #ForPeace Empower People and Organizations uniting to finalize Building ultimate World of Peace by 2027 - Heavenly Kingdom - Heavenly Parent's Holly Community at Global Peace Building Network I'm Looking for fruitful Cooperation and ☛ let's become Best Friends, join now global peacemakers team and invite your friends, post comments to my Vital discussions in: www.INSTAGRAM.com/MessageToBillions www.Twitter.com/Happy_TV_News www.FACEBOOK.com/nicolaecirpala and www.YOUTUBE.com/c/MessageToBillions Download my books www.ivacademy.net/en/market Join my Billion Happy Life subscribers marathon and get :) Like Comment and Share 4 times for True Happiness, share this #MessageToBillions about #SecondComing #PrepareTheWay get #BornAgain and #YoutubeRecommend #ForPeace Cooperation, to Donate, for consulting, to invite me as Guest Speaker at your online or offline events, to Volunteer, to receive marriage blessing call me +7 981 130 83 85 phone whatsapp --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicolae-cirpala/support

Motivational Quotes for true Happiness words of love to Empower you with positive Vibe

Enjoy, Practice and share God's Words For Today #MassReadings motivational Quotes for True Happiness #MessageToBillions words of love to empower with positive Energetic Vibe for Prosperity reading World Scriptures - Faith-Belief-Absolute Faith—Untainted by Personal Desires and Unaffected by Circumstances To get more blessings make a donation now just download our books for life at https://ivacademy.net/en/market/books and Share this very IMPORTANT marathon 7 times+ for Abundant Happiness :) Join Live Daily salvation and blessing meetings just contact us -Very important – Want to receive salvation and blessing? Become a member of my global community and join Billion Happy Life subscribers marathon. Been a writer-global activist for 24 years I'm working daily #ForPeace Empower People and Organizations uniting to finalize Building ultimate World of Peace by 2027 - Heavenly Kingdom - Heavenly Parent's Holly Community at Global Peace Building Network I'm Looking for fruitful Cooperation and ☛ let's become Best Friends, join now global peacemakers team and invite your friends, post comments to my Vital discussions in: www.INSTAGRAM.com/MessageToBillions www.Twitter.com/Happy_TV_News www.FACEBOOK.com/nicolaecirpala and www.YOUTUBE.com/c/MessageToBillions Download my books www.ivacademy.net/en/market Join my Billion Happy Life subscribers marathon and get :) Like Comment and Share 4 times for True Happiness, share this #MessageToBillions about #SecondComing #PrepareTheWay get #BornAgain and #YoutubeRecommend #ForPeace Cooperation, to Donate, for consulting, to invite me as Guest Speaker at your online or offline events, to Volunteer, to receive marriage blessing call me +7 981 130 83 85 phone whatsapp --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicolae-cirpala/support

Eyetrepreneur
Human Resources using Professional Employer Organizations

Eyetrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 55:15


Managing employees can be a pain. The payroll, the compliance, hiring, firing, and all the crazy benefit packages we must offer to stay competitive in private practice. Not to mention, everyone wants health insurance but costs are outrageous for non-corporate employers.You'll learn how to save money and time on human resources in your office and be less reliant on yourself or an office manager to keep everything running: payroll, health insurance, professional insurance, unemployment, IRA, 401K, workers comp, background checks and everything else.https://eyedealsolutions.com/john@eyedealsolutions.com   

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Training Unleashed
Revolutionary Tools to Create Top-Performing Organizations with Jeremy Kubicek

Training Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 39:49


In a recent Training Unleashed Podcast, host Evan Hackel sat down for a talk with Jeremy Kubicek, Executive Chairman of GiANT, a company that certifies coaches and consultants that serve companies and their employees. Jeremy, who brings a powerful new perspective to creating top-performing organizations, has authored five bestselling books and is a sought-after keynote speaker. Jeremy is also a renowned expert on building top-performing, world-class teams. He and Evan explored ideas that can turn your organization into the home of teams that are productive, inspired, inspiring and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast
Episode 39: An Interview with Barbara O'Reilly Founder and Principal of Windmill Hill Consulting

Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 28:32


Join Lori and her guest, Barbara O'Reilly, as they discuss about the many facets of fundraising. Barbara is the founder and principal of Windmill Hill Consulting. As a career fundraiser, she talks about how strategic planning and communications can be different for every nonprofit. Stay tuned!   Here are the things to expect in this episode: What does a career fundraiser do? There's no one organization that's like the other. What nonprofits want may be different from what their organization actually needs. What are the things to consider before getting into nonprofit management? You can really tell a lot about a person by understanding where they give what they're connected to. And much more!   About Barbara O'Reilly:   Whether it was leading record-setting reunion classes, securing tens of millions of dollars from global corporations following some of the most devastating natural disasters around the world, or overseeing a team that grew donor engagement of major individual donors committed to historic preservation, Barbara O'Reilly, CFRE understands that fundraising is much more than just raising money. It's about enabling donors to realize their philanthropic dreams for issues that are most important to them and to be part of the change they want to see in the world. Barbara brings to her clients nearly thirty years of major gifts, annual fund, and campaign fundraising experience at major non-profit organizations including Harvard University, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Oxford University in England, and the American Red Cross.    Barbara became a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) in 2015 and an AFP Master Trainer in 2018. She serves as immediate past president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Washington DC Metro Chapter and as a former member of the Advisory Panel for Rogare, The Fundraising Think Tank in the U.K. She is a longstanding Partner in Advancement of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, a member of the Association Foundation Group (AFG), and Windmill Hill Consulting is a member firm of The Giving Institute. She is also a member of the faculty of the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership at the University of Maryland's Do Good Institute.   She is a frequent guest presenter at national and international conferences and on various webinars hosted by Network for Good, DonorSearch, Bloomerang, Firespring, OneCause, Boardable, UST, and Qgiv. Barbara received her BA in English from Barnard College/Columbia University and her ALM in Celtic Studies from Harvard University.   Connect with Barbara! Website: https://www.whillconsulting.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BOReillyWHC LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/boreillywhc/   Organizations mentioned:  Do Good Institute: https://dogood.umd.edu/   Connect with Lori Kranczer! Website: https://www.everydayplannedgiving.com/  Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/positiveimpactphilanthropy  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorikranczer/

Sales Reinvented
How Acting Skills can Improve Your Virtual Selling Capabilities per Julie Hansen, Ep #278

Sales Reinvented

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 20:27


When salespeople were forced to switch from face-to-face selling to virtual selling, they were forced to learn a different medium of communication. What you used to be able to communicate with your face, body language, energy, etc. has to be squeezed into a small square on a computer screen. Your customer doesn't have the context of face-to-face. It requires learning new skills. In this episode of Sales Reinvented, Julie Hansen shares how acting skills can benefit a salesperson and help them succeed in this virtual reality we now live in.  Outline of This Episode [0:43] The difference between selling face-to-face and selling virtually [2:38] How businesses can improve virtual selling [4:47] Julie's virtual selling blueprint [6:54] Attributes + characteristics that make a great virtual seller [9:34] Tools, techniques, and strategies to improve virtual sales  [11:55] Julie's virtual selling dos and virtual selling don'ts [16:07] Get the virtual training you need to succeed in your role The difference between selling face-to-face and selling virtually Julie has a background in acting. Most actors/actresses start their careers doing live theatre. You can see your audience and what lands—or doesn't—and adjust accordingly. Virtual selling is similar to moving to on-camera work.  When Julie moved from live audiences to camera, she did what she did for theatre. But the director pointed out she wasn't looking in the right place, she was out of frame, and was distracting. She learned she had to get new training to communicate in the new medium. Salespeople need to acknowledge that and learn new skills so they can communicate in a virtual environment.  How businesses can improve virtual selling Organizations learned that they can be more cost-effective doing sales calls virtually. Plus, McKinsey found in their research that more than three-quarters of B2B buyers prefer remote interaction versus face-to-face. You need to adapt to the new reality. Most organizations throw tools and technology at their salesforce but haven't realized that communication differences need to be addressed. How does the camera read behavior? What about your eye contact and facial expressions? Are you communicating what you need to?  You have to learn to connect one-on-one on camera because sales are all about building relationships. People buy from people they like and they feel confident with. So you have to learn to establish those relationships through a camera. That's where the growth needs to be. If you can do that, you'll rise to the top and stand out.  Attributes + characteristics that make a great virtual seller Julie believes that the qualities needed to succeed are the same, whether in person or virtually. You need to be credible, keep your word, be authentic, show empathy, be an active listener, etc. But those qualities are often lost in a virtual exchange, so you have to adjust the way you communicate them. In a face-to-face conversation, if someone stared at your shoes the whole time, you'd feel like they weren't interested. But it happens on video all the time. You may be looking at the customer's image, screen, tools, etc. You need to understand that the quality of active listening requires you to behave differently. You have to know when to look at the camera directly. Your fave must communicate the emotions you think it is. What tools, techniques, and strategies does Julie recommend to improve how you portray yourself on video? Listen to learn more!  Julie's virtual selling dos and virtual selling don'ts Julie shared some amazing tips to help you improve your skills: You have to record yourself and you have to review it so you know how your customer sees you. You have to bring more energy to a virtual call because the camera takes some away. You can be natural and comfortable but you can't come across as laid back and low energy. Get yourself in a good high-energy state before jumping into a conversation. Make sure that you are managing your tools and technology and engaging your customer. Salespeople tend to go into monologues because customers aren't responding. Recognize that people are more passive on video and engage far less. You have to work harder to foster engagement.  Don't stare at your customers' image when they're talking—look at the camera. But if you're looking at the camera, how do you read body language? There are different techniques, one of which is using peripheral vision to glance at their image.  Don't assume that your customer will answer you right away. Give them a second to respond. If you ask and answer your own questions, you've trained them that they don't have to respond. Silence is uncomfortable, but you have to allow them time to process and answer.  Get the virtual training you need to succeed  Julie got a call from an experienced enterprise sales rep who was a top biller before things moved virtually. He felt like he wasn't connecting with his customers and that he had lost his superpower. When Julie worked with him on camera, it was obvious his personality wasn't coming across. He felt scripted and his discomfort was obvious. She worked with him on improving his eye contact, body language, energy, and what his face was portraying. After working together, he went back to a customer where he had been shut out of a big deal. He put together a compelling and engaging personalized video that got him back in the running.  You have to admit that you don't know what you don't know and get the help you need to adapt to this new environment. Don't sit and suffer in silence. Stand up for yourself and get the training that you need to succeed.  Resources & People Mentioned These eight charts show how COVID-19 has changed B2B sales forever Connect with Julie Hansen Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter Connect With Paul Watts  LinkedIn Twitter  Subscribe to SALES REINVENTED Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK https://www.podcastfasttrack.com

McNeil & Parkins Show
How do competent NFL organizations build their teams? (Hour 2)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 44:47


In the second hour, Zach Zaidman and Hub Arkush were joined by former Bears safety Mark Carrier, who discussed the current state of the organization and shared his thoughts on a few key players. Later, former Packers executive and current Sports Illustrated contributor Andrew Brandt joined the show to discuss the latest NFL storylines, including a new rule that will allow teams to start virtually interviewing coaching candidates beginning Tuesday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
Sandy Corrigan – Leading Transformation of Organizations and People with Love — Episode 230

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 44:07


Today I'm pleased to introduce you to Sandy Corrigan, an extraordinary woman leading organizations and people through transitions with love. In this interview Sandy shares: Sandy shares her natural propensity to create and teach small businesses to thrive with love and beauty and how she got started to transform lives with her gift. Understanding the impact of a supportive community towards the real essence of transformation and how Sandy helps individuals achieve transformation through the process of discovering one's identity. She discusses how living a lifestyle that an individual desires can ultimately throw a person off the metaphorical treadmill and how it became a measure of success for her, her clients and others. The seemingly trivial realizations Sandy discovers from her interaction with animals that became life lessons. Plus, a heartwarming story of how you always don't need to rush the process. Listen to the “not-so-glamorous” yet heartwarming legacy Sandy wants to leave her loved ones, her family, her clients and the people she touched lives with. Sandy is an author, coach, speaker, writer, singer, and lover of family and horses. Working in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, Sandy's pioneering spirit has helped launch many organizations from the ground up. She has held leadership roles in the areas of organizational and people development, coaching and training. Sandy was part of a team that implemented mentoring solutions for large distributed Fortune 500 Companies and spearheaded a complete turnaround for a large real estate franchise. “True transformation is identity. It's knowing who I am, and the willingness to expose pieces of myself to decide who am I really.” – Sandy Corrigan Let's meet Sandy Corrigan. To learn more about Sandy visit her Facebook and you can email her at sandy@transformationcompanies.com Sandy Corrigan Show Notes

More than a Few Words
#667 Take Three Deep Breaths

More than a Few Words

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 11:17


If you own a business, you have stress. It seems to come with the job, but our guest Debra Sunderland suggests that your stress often comes from lack of clarity. She says the reason we have stress is because the small part of our brain called the amygdala, often referred to as the ego, wants to have all the answers in order to keep you safe.  When it doesn't it sets off alarms inside of our body The first step is understanding at we don't have to let the ego or amygdala run us. Fearful and stressful thoughts will pop into your head, your brain will automatically move into defense mode as you  look at what's wrong, what could be wrong, what might go wrong.  When we're in defense when the brain is going bonkers and our muscles think we're at war and someone's going to hurt us. So our body tightens up.  It gets stiff and rigid and we aren't even able to really breathe fully.  This reduces oxygen to the brain, preventing us from thinking clearly, so one way to reduce the feeling of stress is to take three deep breaths   About Debra Debra's genius is creating a clear vision for CEO's and their teams - making that vision a reality. With decades of C-level executive and team coaching, Debra challenges leaders by inviting them to create a collaborative, vibrant, responsible, and joy-filled culture, which fosters highly desirable results. Her practice is shared in a diverse range of industries: hi-tech, wealth management, engineering, healthcare, marketing and more. Debra specializes in awakening leaders to transformatively solve their upper limiting beliefs, sabotaging behaviors, and unconscious biases, moving them into sustainable excellence and self-awareness. She coaches through the tough and uncomfortable work of removing the blockages preventing leaders from fully living their genius, equipping them with the thoughts and skills to bring their goals to fruition. She challenges leaders to own their results in all areas of life, to be present in the here and now, stepping out of leading with reactivity and into conscious leadership. The CEO's chief purpose is to raise up their teams to practice radical responsibility and curiosity. Organizations achieve their optimal outcomes when they shift out of drama and create win-for-all solutions. Debra graduated from Miami University, holds a degree in Psychology and is certified in The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership, the Integrative9 Enneagram, Corporate Goal Coaching, and CTI Co-Active training. Debra's work has been featured on Fox National/Local News, Crain's Chicago Business, the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun- Times, and 190 N Television. As a continual learner, Debra is a graduate of the Inner MBA – Mindful NYU program. Her base is Nashville and Chicago.

New Books Network
Sher Wells-Jensen on the Pitfalls of Linguistics

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 79:18


In this episode of How To Be Wrong we talk with Dr. Sher Wells-Jensen, a professor of linguistics at Bowling Green State University and an expert in xenolinguistics or the study of how alien languages might work. It's a wide-ranging conversation that explores issues related to humility and language, disability, music, and even the study of astrobiology and extraterrestrial intelligence. John W. Traphagan, Ph.D. is Professor and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is also a professor in the Program in Human Dimensions of Organizations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Love in Action
Leading with Care with Heather Younger

Love in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 42:59


Heather Younger is on a mission to ensure leaders use their power to make the workplace a safe space. An experienced keynote speaker, trainer, and consultant, her recent book, The Art of Caring Leadership: How Leading With Heart Uplifts Teams & Organizations, emphasizes the need for leaders to model kindness, compassion and empathy, and outlines nine ways to manifest the radical power of caring support in the workplace. She is Marcel Schwantes' guest this week on Love In Action. Heather talks about the experience at a previous job that inspired her to pursue leadership development and employee engagement as a career. “I realized I needed to be … that voice for those who didn't ordinarily have a voice at the table, who often felt like they were hopeless and helpless,” she shares. [3:31] If the top leadership isn't open and humble enough to recognize and accept they may be responsible for their company's issues, half the battle is already lost, Marcel says. “They have to champion the change management. They have to champion a new way of doing things,” he adds. [10:12] Heather shares the story of WD-40's CEO's pivot to leading with care, and why it's a business imperative. After changing the way he viewed and interacted with employees, the bottom line of their company increased exponentially. By putting care into the workforce, he created a vision that rallied shareholders, stakeholders and customers and significantly improved performance. WD-40's employee engagement scores reach 96% year after year. [14:37] Soft skills are the new hard skills. Leaders that think empathy, compassion, and kindness are ‘too squishy' are the ones that fail to step up with courage, Marcel remarks. He and Heather discuss the importance of cultivating self-leadership skills as a prerequisite to being a leader. [23:00] Listening is an important part of leading with care, according to Heather. “In order for [listening] to be effective, it has to be bidirectional,” she claims.”It's not just you sitting and hearing; it's you asking the right questions, going back and forth [with] dialogue. Most people think listening is shutting up, but not always. In fact, the most effective listening [involves] asking the right questions, open and closed.” [29:34] “How do you get people to go above and beyond in an environment [that bred] the Great Resignation?” Heather explores ways to motivate your employees. While money and bonuses are good incentives, they can only go so far in encouraging people to actively engage and perform at their best ability in an otherwise toxic environment.  “Do they feel like they're on a mission that is bigger than themselves? Do they feel like they're involved in meaningful work? If the answer to both is no, money [as an incentive] isn't going to last.” [34:29] Resources Heather Younger on LinkedIn | Twitter HeatherYounger.com 

Deep Background with Noah Feldman
What's the Deal with Decentralized Autonomous Organizations?

Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 49:49


Erik Voorhees, founder of crypto management platform ShapeShift, makes a case for decentralized autonomous organizations, known as DAOs. Earlier this year, ShapeShift became a DAO, “moving from a centralized, closed-source application with bank accounts, governed and owned by shareholders, to a decentralized, open-source application without bank accounts, governed and owned by holders of the FOX Token.” Voorhees explains how DAOs works could reshape business, economics, and politics. .  Read Erik Voorhees' Medium post about moving to a DAO structure here:  https://erikvoorhees.medium.com/shapeshift-is-decentralizing-639bb4c82fc8 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast
Episode 38: An interview with Laurie Girsky Principal of G-Squared Advisory

Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 22:52


Join Lori and her guest, Laurie Girsky, in this discussion about helping women meet their plans. Laurie is the principal of G-Squared Advisory, which provides financial planning, especially (but not exclusively) for women. Stay tuned!   Here are the things to expect in this episode: How Laurie got to where she is now. How did she find her passion for helping women? The philanthropic activities that Laurie involves herself in. Not a lot of people understand how it works! What does it look like to work with UJA? The impact of generous and community-loving people on others. How do you get involved? How do you start your philanthropic journey? And many more!   About G-Squared Advisory: G-Squared Advisory LLC is a Fee- only Financial Planning practice. Our services are unique in that we work on an Hourly or Flat Fee basis. In addition, we have no account minimums. Unlike other financial advisors, we provide objective advice as we are not receiving commissions from selling financial products.        Connect with Laurie! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurie-girsky-80271329/ Company Website: https://gsquaredadvisory.com/    Organizations mentioned:  UJA Federation New York: https://www.ujafedny.org/  Sunrise Association: https://www.sunriseassociation.org/   Connect with Lori Kranczer! Website: https://www.everydayplannedgiving.com/  Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/positiveimpactphilanthropy  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorikranczer/    

Sales Reinvented
Walker McKay: Actions, Attitude, and Approach = Digital Improvement, Ep #277

Sales Reinvented

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 14:15


According to Walker McKay, a salesperson's actions, attitude, and approach can lead to digital improvements. What should those actions look like? What characteristics do you need to embrace? What approaches are successful? Walker McKay answers these questions—and more—in this episode of Sales Reinvented.  Outline of This Episode [0:53] The difference between digital and social selling [2:07] Improve digital selling with your actions, attitude, and approach [3:37] Walker's ideal digital selling blueprint [5:26] The attributes or characteristics of a great digital seller [7:27] Tools, techniques, or strategies to improve digital sales [8:42] Top 3 digital selling dos and top 3 digital selling don'ts [11:04] Digital selling opens up a whole new world Actions, attitude, and approach = digital improvement Digital selling is important because it's nearly impossible to get face-to-face with people anymore. People are working from home and you can't just show up at their “office.” So you have to find other ways to connect with people and hold conversations. Organizations need to create expected behaviors around digital selling regarding: The actions you take The attitude you have The approach that you take You have to start with the actions. What is the expected behavior? How many LinkedIn posts should somebody do? How many times should you reach out per week? Companies need to get comfortable that this is the way things are being done. So it's time to build behaviors around getting appointments via text, phone, social media, and video.  Walker's ideal digital selling blueprint Where should you go to find business? If it's on LinkedIn, you can download your connections onto a spreadsheet. You can match it with your client list and make sure you're connected with people you're already doing business with.  Secondly, Walker would take that list and look for some low-hanging fruit you hadn't talked to yet. How will you get in touch with them? You can send LinkedIn messages, DMs, text messages, phone calls, and emails. You need to touch people 6–7 times using different channels to get their attention. The goal is to set an appointment, right? Set a meeting over Zoom or a similar channel.  The attributes or characteristics of a great digital seller Old school B2B salespeople might be in their 40s, 50s, or 60s. Even so, an openness to technology is key to their success. Secondly, salespeople need to have a strong why behind their success. You have goals you want to accomplish and achieve in life. Are you disciplined enough to reach out to people, send messages, and keep track of it? It is discipline and a desire to win being put into place. Are you posting things on different channels? Walker has found posting a video or a how-to on social channels to be effective. If you're selling insurance, you might post “5 Ways to Make Sure You Get the Right Insurance.” You have to be able to write well and teach people with your posts. If you're seen as a teacher, people will come to you for help and you'll become the professional in your space. Digital selling opens up a whole new world Walker is always looking for sales experts to be guests on his podcast. He was using LinkedIn to reach out to people but wasn't getting a great response. He was reaching out to 5 people a day. But he connected with someone named Casey Jones. She didn't respond. 3 days later, he messaged her again and they started a conversation. Turns out, they had a great connection. She was one of his best podcast guests and they've since collaborated on three different business deals.  There is a network outside of you through the digital world that is much bigger and better than what you could have face-to-face. Work to build your network and ask for what you want. There's a tremendous world of business out there.  Connect with Walker McKay Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter Connect With Paul Watts  LinkedIn Twitter  Subscribe to SALES REINVENTED Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK https://www.podcastfasttrack.com

Coaching Through Stories
#24: Who do CEO's report to? Ft. Paul Barrett

Coaching Through Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 59:13


Values are important to any organization. Values motivate, inspire, and provide guidance for decision-making in the organization. Organizations that communicate their values to their members perform better than businesses that fail to do so. Today's guest, Paul Barrett, is the managing partner and founder of a new healthcare-focused private equity firm at Argosy Healthcare Partners. He once worked in a private equity firm and eventually started his own. Interestingly, from years of working for these firms, Paul realized that many organizations and the private equity industry are not values-driven and overly focused on shareholder value without considering value to all stakeholders.  In this episode, Paul shares what made him step into the shoes of the leaders he has worked with for so many years to start something of his own. More importantly, we'll get to know his values as a leader and how it is important to have his values drive his approach to his work - something far more different from what he's had when working within a firm. This episode shows how important values are as a foundation in any organization.   Key Takeaways: What led Paul to build his firm How does he evaluate and develop leaders in an organization His experiences and how he developed good values from them His vision for his firm What are his core values and philosophies How does he see his role in evaluating culture and leaders  What gets under his skin as a leader The importance of treating people better and valuing them How can private equity firms change their management processes How can organizations build a team with the right values and principles that align with them What culture should leaders cultivate in their organization   Resources: HigherEchelon, Inc.  

Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

As the novel coronavirus marched across the globe, health experts advised increased physical distance between people as a means to slow the spread. Many countries asked their citizens to self-quarantine or shelter in place. Organizations sent employees home to work remotely if they could, while others suffered a financially debilitating loss of employment. Like others, I participated in church and small group meetings through digital platforms. As a world, we practiced new forms of togetherness despite being physically disconnected. It isn’t just the internet that lets us maintain a sense of connection. We connect to one another as members of the body of Christ through the Spirit. Paul expressed this notion centuries ago in his letter to the Colossians. Though he hadn’t personally founded their church, he cared deeply for them and their faith. And even though Paul couldn’t be with them in person, he reminded them that he was “present with [them] in spirit” (Colossians 2:5). We can’t always be with those we love for financial, health, or other practical reasons, and technology can help fill that gap. Yet any form of virtual connection pales in comparison to the “togetherness” we can experience as fellow members of the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:27). In such moments, we can, like Paul, rejoice in one another’s firmness of faith and, through prayer, encourage each other to fully “know the mystery of God, namely Christ” (Colossians 2:2).

Flip the Switch by EngageMint
How to Never Lose a Customer Again w/ Joey Coleman

Flip the Switch by EngageMint

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 54:35


Chief Experience Composer and Best-Selling Author Joey Coleman joins David to talk about how to “Never Lose a Customer Again.”  In this episode, Joey breaks down the 8 phases of the customer and employee experience from his book: Assess, Admit, Affirm, Activate, Acclimate, Accomplish, Adopt and Advocate.  Organizations often focus on a couple, but paying attention to all eight sequentially leads to retention, additional sales and referrals.  Show Notes4:01    Get Straight As from Your Customers - the 8 Phases11:50   Applying the 8 Phases to Different Customer Journeys14:23   Fostering the Experience for the First Time Customer18:41   Use Your CRM Tools to Tailor Your Communication22:53   Investigate, Observe and Ask 27:30   Peel Back the Curtain and Share Survey Data33:11   Ignite Relationships with Current Customers38:23   Get Straight As from Your Employees48:32   Joey's Savannah Bananas Experience----For more insights from Joey, check out:JoeyColeman.comNever Lose a Customer AgainListen to Joey's podcast with fellow FTS guest Dan Gingiss - Experience This!Connect with Joey on LinkedIn | Twitter Bonus: Notre Dame and National Signing Day 2021Learn more about the Savannah Bananas' experience from owner Jesse Cole:Ep. 14 - Fans First Ep. 44 - A Culture of Experimentation and Innovation 

The ThinkOrphan Podcast
Mick Pease, Dan Hope and Caitlin Hope - Equipping Organizations and Protecting Children

The ThinkOrphan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 64:06


In this final episode of Season 9, we're talking with the crew over at SFAC (that's Strengthening Families and Children, Phil!) We get into an array of topics with Mick, Dan and Caitlin around child protection, family care services and what they've learned from years working in global child welfare.  Show notes for the podcast can be found at thinkorphan.com The free e-course "Family Reunification and Safeguarding" can be found at 1millionhome.com/journeyhome

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler
Best of 2021: Rethink How Trust Impacts Organizations with Rachel Botsman

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 40:56


This week, we're re-releasing an audience favorite episode from this past year. Please enjoy our conversation with Rachel Botsman, a lecturer at Oxford University and author of “Who Can You Trust?” Botsman defines trust as the currency of interaction. She argues that trust has implications for how organizations can relate to their employees and customers, especially in a virtual world. Botsman joined the podcast to discuss the changing landscape of trust and to share how leaders can put trust into action to drive better outcomes.

Harvest Podcast
Christmas 2021

Harvest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


The Mission Statement of the MessiahOrganizations frequently have what's known as a mission statement. A mission statement is a concise statement explaining why the organization exists. Join us as we look at the birth of Christ as told to us in Matthew chapter one. Here, an Angel of the Lord informs Joseph what mission of the Messiah was to be.

Stuff Mom Never Told You
Women Around the World: Polish Reproductive Rights Organizations

Stuff Mom Never Told You

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 16:33


In light of the continued fight for abortion access, we're highlighting people and organizations fighting for reproductive rights in Poland. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com