“There’s no such thing as work-life balance.” If you’re struggling to find the ever-elusive work-life balance, you’re not alone. Today’s guest is Jen Fisher, Deloitte Consulting’s Chief Well-Being Officer in the United States. In this role, she drives the strategy and innovation around work-life, health, and wellness. She empowers Deloitte’s people to prioritize their well-being so they can be at their best in both their professional and personal lives. Fisher frequently speaks and writes about well-being at work and hosts WorkWell, a podcast series on the latest work-life trends. This week her new book, “Work Better Together,” which she co-authored with her colleague, Anh Phillips, debuts on Amazon and wherever else you buy books. Check it out here!If you liked listening to Jen or want to find out more about what she does, check out her podcast WorkWell, or find her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jen-fisher-7403868
How would you act differently if you had to live with your customers 24-7? What about if you had to live with your co-workers 24-7? That’s the experience of today’s guest, Paul Rutter. Paul has had over 40 years in the Hospitality/Travel/Cruise industries. Having served as Cruise Director onboard some of the largest and most luxurious cruise ships in the world, Paul has enjoyed a unique experience. He’s author of "Repeat Business Inc: The Business of Staying in Business" and his new upcoming book "You Can't Make This Ship Up: Business Strategies, Life Lessons and True Stories from 40 Years at Sea" will be available on Amazon later this month.
Emotionally intelligent people have more success with their teams, build better networks, and even get promoted more frequently. Want to improve your own EQ? Today’s guest, Irvine Nugent, author, speaker and EQ expert shares with us how to do it. So curious, ask better questions, discover your personal “triggerprint” & more!