We hope you’re enjoying some REST and relaxation this 4th of July! The podcast team is off today, so we’re revisiting this fantastic episode with Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith on the 7 Types of Rest You Need.
Excited to have my eldest son, Noah, with me on today’s Workplace Therapist Show! We talk about life as a working teenager, balancing school and career goals, managing both employees and customers and why he recommends “don’t always follow the money” (#prouddadmoment!). Listen in!
With my new book “The Author vs. Editor Dilemma” officially available and in your hands this Thursday (6/23/2022), be sure to catch today’s special “Ask the Workplace Therapist” edition of The Workplace Therapist Show! Creative Director, Emily Smith, joins as we answer questions from our listeners. I’m sharing specific examples of how to “author up” and “edit down” in the workplace. We discuss how to be more proactive as a direct report and ways to encourage your team to embrace the “Author vs. Editor” workflow so they get excited about work, feel involved and appreciated.
It’s an exciting podcast day because producer, Whitney, and I are back in front of the mics to talk about my new book, “The Author vs. Editor Dilemma: The Leadership Secret to Unlocking Your Team, Your Time, and Your Impact" launching Thursday, June 23, 2022!
In this book, I explain how to “author up” and “edit down” so you can reclaim control of your life and win back hours in your week. Listen in to learn more!
Today, I’m reflecting on this special episode of The Workplace Therapist Show where producer, Whitney, and I discuss why I wrote “The Hot Sauce Principle” and how we can apply it to our working relationships today. While it’s a fun episode, it’s a great reminder that life is not meant to be an endless sea of to-dos. It’s a reminder that, taking control of our schedules, projects and other forms of urgency in our lives is a form a self-care - because that means more time for doing other things we enjoy.
“The greatest opportunity you have in your career is when you’re happy in it.” I’m excited to have Dr. Benjamin Ritter with me on today’s episode of The Workplace Therapist Show to talk about authoring a career you love. Together, we cover how to retain talent and the three buckets where leaders need to live for their teams.
More than 70% of us feel like pretenders; we feel like everyone around us has their life together while we continue to swing and miss. My guest today on The Workplace Therapist Show, Dr. Carolyn Goerner, has gone great lengths to combat imposter syndrome, including trying out for Broadway! While the feelings of imposter syndrome never fully go away, we can give such thoughts less power. We can learn to embrace our authentic self! On the podcast, Carolyn shares her three steps to do just that.
To celebrate the upcoming release of my book, The Hot Sauce Principle, on Audible, I'm sharing the first chapter on today's episode of The Workplace Therapist Show.
When the world shut down in March 2020, I was in the final editing stages of the book and felt a momentary sense of panic: had the book I spent all these months writing suddenly become obsolete? But still, two years after we first shut down, the urgency epidemic is as prevalent as ever.
So, I invite you to revisit and review The Hot Sauce Principle: How to Live and Lead in a World Where Everything is Urgent All of the Time.
Dive into the first chapter now!
If you're yearning for some learning, you've come to the right place. Today's Workplace Therapist Show guest is the World's Fastest Reader and holds the Guinness Book of World Records title (for reading more than 25,000 words a minute and writing more than 100 words a minute!) to match! Howard Berg joins me to explain the value of schema, comprehension and EQ for faster learning.
I've got an inspiring conversation with Michael Unbroken for this edition of the podcast. Michael is a coach and advocate for adult survivors of childhood trauma and, while his story can be hard to hear, he has turned his own journey around serving as a guiding light for others today. We talk about clarity being key to self-discovery and how to avoid growth derailers.
Ed Frauenheim joins me on today's Workplace Therapist Show to take a deep dive into gender roles. Specifically, he breaks down the 5 C's needed to make a shift in the way we view masculinity. In his findings, Ed explains how the best leaders are perceived as being the most open... and that's leading with heart!
This show is the GOAT! (And if you're not sure what that means, you definitely need to revisit this "Generational Communication" episode with my daughter, Abby Smith.
If your boss can trust you to get work done and take care of any fires that arise, you'll give them the ability to work ON their business (instead of IN the business). And that's what every boss wants this year for Christmas.
To understand our strengths, we must be vulnerable to recognize our weaknesses. Today on the podcast, CANDOR Founder and CEO, Tish Squillaro joins me to discuss the seven emotions. Specifically, we tap into three steps for leaders to overcome thoughts of insecurity.
It's no secret that our careers look different at 50 than they do at 25. On the podcast today, John Tarnoff joins me to share tips for bulletproofing your career and three factors you need to understand to face this new set of challenges. John is an Executive & Career Transition Coach, Career Strategist for Mid-Late Career Professionals and author of "Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream Career Over 50." I know you'll take as many notes as I did!
With the pandemic still in force and year-end holidays approaching, we're discussing a heavier topic on The Workplace Therapist Show today. To bring hope and humor, 7x TED Talk speaker and Tonight Show writer, Frank King - The Mental Health Comedian joins me to talk about suicide and depression. We discuss signs you or a loved one might be struggling, the necessity of a self-care plan and how we can better handle mental health in the workplace.
In honor of the holiday week, I'm pulling one of my favorite shows on gratitude from the vault. My friend and business partner, Randy Hain, explains RAPKG (Random Acts of Praise, Kindness and Gratitude) and shares ways we can communicate this in the workplace and at home.
I'm excited to be joined by Rusty Chadwick, Director at WinShape Teams and Co-Author of the book, TEAM WORK. Rusty and I discuss the two characteristics of a high performing team and the role leaders play in both forming teams... and keeping them together. This is important information in today's hybrid workplace! I took a lot of helpful notes and know you will too.
When working from home, it can be easy to feel undervalued at work. "Out of sight, out of mind" - right? We're sharing tips for handling unappreciative co-workers and answer your other workplace relationship questions on this Ask the Therapist edition of The Workplace Therapist Show.
Do the pandemic and a hybrid work schedule still have you feeling a little... lost? We're talking purpose, lazy co-workers, and how to deal with that suspected office romance on this "Ask the Therapist" edition of the podcast.
"Fear can be a driver or a barricade". What is fear to you? Today on a new episode of The Workplace Therapist Show, Jacqueline Wales, Author of The Fearless Factor and The Fearless Factor @ Work, shares how to thrive through fear and build trust in a distrustful world. A topic we could all learn more about!
On this episode of the podcast, I’m excited to welcome back my good friend and business partner, Randy Hain, as we discuss his new book: Essential Wisdom for Leaders of Every Generation. Randy explains candor, clarity and communication (three ingredients he says form the compass for leaders and aspiring leaders), along with tips for protecting the “air” in your calendar.
How can we make ourselves stand out in a company? Today, my good friend John Kim returns to the show to discuss the world of consulting and how to ask the right questions in your business.
From leading Haiti earthquake relieve efforts, to working in Pakistan after Osama bin Laden was killed, Ken Keen has seen just about everything. He joins me today to discuss leading through crisis and how you can apply some of these concepts in your own workplaces.