Work/Life Balance… does it even exist? In this episode of the podcast, Krysia Waldron, Organizational Psychologist, Coach, Facilitator and Speaker reminds us to embrace the conflict (just because it doesn’t feel right doesn’t mean you’re not doing it right). "The reason there's conflict is because you care about both areas of your life." We talk career advancement, parenting and tips for moving towards more balance.
We live in a world where everything is urgent; due yesterday. So how do we say “no” to a boss or client when our plates are full and each day contains the same amount of hours? In this Leadership Therapy edition of the podcast, producer, Whitney and I role play how to say “no” and uncover some alternative solutions. You know you should say “no” more often, now I’m showing you the way so all parties can win!
“‘It’s my pleasure’ isn’t just something we say; it’s what we do.” Becoming a member of the Chick-fil-A team is a rigorous process. Senior Executive, Dee Ann Turner shares three things the fast food restaurant chain is looking for: character, competency and chemistry. On this edition of the podcast, Dee Ann shares how to find each of these qualities in employees, what it takes to provide “second mile service” and how companies can build an awesome culture within their own organizations.
The rise of the introvert! Speaker and Author, Jennifer Kahnweiler joins me on the podcast to share insights for introverts. Are you an introvert, curious as to how you can lead others? Jennifer says to embrace the way you function best and look at all that you are (introverts are often great planners and amazing listeners)! She touches on how to handle networking events and meetings, what to say when chatting with your boss and more.