Value foundation, hiring, growth. Christine Comaford, Founder of the Smart Tribes Institute joins me to share a neuroscientific approach to cultivating leaders, processing our emotions and powering your tribe. This is a key podcast to getting ready for the new year!
Atlanta Mission President and CEO Jim Reese joins me for this edition of The Brandon Smith Show to share how truly loving others will create change and prompt sustained growth. We talk about his calling to move from the corporate world into the nonprofit sector, leadership matters and breaking down barriers.
You know when #WeirdCoworkerProblems is trending on Twitter, we’ve got dysfunction in the workplace! From grape pickles to disappearing employees, we’re discussing some of the strangest things that happen in the office and how to cope.
She’s back! My daughter, G Zen Marketing and Communication expert, Abby Smith returns to the show to catch us up on the trending phrases all the cool kids are using these days. We talk about the benefits of a summer job and Abby shares tips for staying strong throughout the school year.
It all comes down to personal preferences, folks! On this week’s edition of the podcast, we’re talking self-awareness and how to learn your personal strengths with Myers-Briggs Certified Practitioner, Ashley Freeman.
You’ve received a promotion at work… now what? Dr. Naphtali Hoff joins me to share tips for new leaders on how to rock their next gig. We discuss essentials for success such as open communication, clear expectations, delegation and more.
It might seem counterintuitive, but acknowledging your emotions and fully feeling them can actually release those emotions from your subconscious. Podcast alum, David Papa of Love and Profit returns to share tips for self care. According to David, self care and emotions are fully connected. He reminds us that it’s okay not to feel okay and explains how tapping into our emotions can promote healing.
Many leadership moments come from training dogs. They’re really a lot like humans: each has their own personality and set of skills. Master dog trainer and Westminster 2016 winner, Lindsay Fetters joins me in studio to share how consistency is the key to training and leadership!
On this edition of The Brandon Smith Show, Jim Karwisch, Chief Innovation Officer for DuMore Improv joins me to share insights for building better teams and leaders. We discuss everything from listening, to emotional intelligence to changing your mindset. Bonus! Have an employee or manager who instantly dismisses every idea? Jim explains how “yes, and” can take teams to the next level and beyond!
How can we work smarter in 2018 in order to bring more value to our customers and make wise decisions? John Kim, full-time faculty teaching strategic management and management consulting at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, returns to the podcast to share his insights on how to be more strategic in 2018.
What to wear, what to post on social media, how to be prepared for a meeting with the boss. Times have changed and so has the approach to handling these workplace issues. Here to help us sort out the new rules of business etiquette is Stayce Wagner, Founder and CEO at Spencer Crane Etiquette, LLC!
High performing teams. What do they look like? How can we develop them? And what role do managers play in the overall process? In this Leadership Therapy edition of the podcast, we’re covering four steps to develop a high performing team.
Travis Dommert, Senior Vice President of Talent Development at Jackson Healthcare joins me on the podcast to discuss the importance of forming healthy habits and why habits differ from goals. While Travis says there are five factors that can help us along this journey, we dive into two during this session: reinforcement and leadership. Ready to drive change? Listen in.
The recent suicide deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have sparked many conversations surrounding mental health. On this edition of the podcast, we discuss red flags someone you know may be contemplating suicide, what you can do and where you can turn if you or a loved one is suffering from anxiety and depression.