As an HR professional, one of your biggest responsibilities is to develop the skills of your managers. A key skill to do that is COACHING. In this episode, ICF Credentialed coach Margi Bush will give you practical tips on how to help your employees develop into great performers.
As we enter a new phase post-COVID, many people are doing a personal inventory of who they are and who they want to be. If this sounds like you, you'll really benefit from talking to a life coach. Fortunately for you, we have one of the TOP TEN BEST LIFE COACHES IN THE USA here our our show today. Rachel Mohr is a life coach and speaker who shares some great tips with us today on how to train our brains for success. Great tips in this one so be sure to take good notes!
As the pandemic eases, companies must now plan for the return, including acquiring talent as we return to reality. Chris Nichols is a branding and recruiting expert. In this episode, we look at trends in recruiting and talent management.
In this episode, infant sleep expert Kristen Deaton returns to the show to give us tips on how to get your kids to experience healthy sleep patterns, particularly as parents may be preparing to take vacations and return back to the physical office.
#94: How to Return to the Office with Confidence - with Rachel Permuth, Marc Hudock, and Blaine Rothauser
As companies ponder a return to the physical office post-COVID, there are a lot of considerations. In this episode, three experts weigh in on how to do it safely. Rachel Permuth, Marc Hudock, and Blaine Rothauser take us through how to manage the environment in preparation for the big return. You can reach them at:
Rachel S. Permuth, PhD, MSPH; firstname.lastname@example.org, Epidemiology and Behavioral Science Consultants, LLC., (240) 328-7810
Communication is the lifeblood of any organization or relationship. When it works, things go well, but if it doesn't, it creates all sorts of problems. Our guest today, coach and mediator Daya Naef talks to us about the power of conscious communication. This helps us build deeper relationships, better rapport, and more effective performance from everyone.
You hire an accountant to do your taxes and a lawyer to write your contracts. You should hire a public health professional to develop your COVID-19 safety and office reopening protocols to keep your teams safe and productive. Fortunately for you, I have the perfect person to address this. Claire Rosche Mattzie PA-C, MPH works with companies, helping them develop policies to help them reopen safely. In this episode, we talk about considerations and how to address this important step to a new reality.
There are a host of bad things to get addicted to, but maybe one of the most subtle, dangerous addiction is to perfection. Our guest today, Vitale Buford talks about her journey from being addicted to perfect to a one that is healthy and comfortable with excellence. This is a great story with a happy ending that we can all learn from.
As we move into the new year, many organizations are planning what the return to a physical office post-pandemic, will look like. There are many players involved in this process, including employees, managers, HR, senior leaders, etc. As you can imagine, this will require communication and negotiation. Our guest today, Susan Borke, is an expert in the art and skills of negotiation. Susan gives us practical tips on how to manage the conversations that will be required when the office reopens. Lots of practical tips so be sure to take good notes.
We expect our leaders to guide us in navigating the pandemic and life after it is conquered, but how can we support them? Our guest on this episode, Lori Ermi, is a coach, speaker, and consultant who works with leaders, coaching and training them. Lori has some great tips for moving teambuilding events virtually as well as identifying ways we can all be more effective at communicating virtually.