Right now scientists are waging a war against Covid-19. As an HR Professional, you need to be in the fight too. Your enemy though is against the psychological effects this virus is having on our team. Our guest today is Dr. David Clayman, an Award-Winning clinical and forensic phycologist. David talks about how the virus and the fear and anxiety it causes affects us and our team and gives us actionable strategies on winning the many battles and the war against Covid-19.
I think all of us have visions of grandeur for ourselves and our careers. We start off with big plans and dreams and then life happens. What we do to continue that journey though takes courage. Our guest on this episode, Shannon Carlton, has a tool and technique that she used to create an amazing life for herself and her family. And no, she didn't have it easy. Shannon is the author of Manifest Your Vision with Grace, Gratitude, and Growth. She facilitates vision board retreats and has helped many women start down a path for personal and professional success. She's super inspirational and I know you'll find this interview motivating and informative.
As an HR professional, you have to be a master communicator. If you think you can do this with a busy PowerPoint deck, you're sadly mistaken! Our guest today, Jill Greenbaum argues that by using visual facilitation techniques, you can engage your audience and get your message across. Jill is a great teacher and facilitator and I've really enjoyed using the techniques she's taught me!
2020 will forever be known as the year of Coronavirus. As of publication day, there is lots of uncertainty, particularly in the world of business. As a leader, it's up to you to provide some comfort in times of chaos. Our guest on this episode, Margi Bush, President of Wisdom Tree Coaching and MBTI expert talks to us about how to leverage the power of Temperament to engage your team and bring out their very best. You'll learn a lot about yourself in this issue and get actionable strategies so listen carefully and enjoy!
This podcast is dropping on St. Patrick's Day, 2020. Yet, nobody is celebrating. Right now the world is struggling with the Coronavirus and businesses, other than retail, have either shuttered or are going remote. There needs to be some guidelines for remote work in order to stay successful. Our guest today is Alexa Beavers, CEO of the Axela Group. Alexa brings us practical, actionable strategies for navigating the world of remote and/or virtual work and the dynamics it brings. She has a webinar that takes her strategies a step further. It's being held on Friday, March 20, 2020. To register for this free webinar, click HERE.
LinkedIn is a powerful tool for networking, finding a job, building a reputation, and establishing yourself as a thought leader. Done correctly, a LinkedIn profile builds trust and credibility. Done wrong, and you'll display your incompetence for the world to see! Fortunately, we have an expert on this episode that will help you do it the right way! Kelly Leonard is a consultant, speaker, trainer and D&I expert who developed a really cool methodology to shape your LinkedIn persona and profile. Kelly shares some great, actionable tips that will help you get your LinkedIn HOUSE in order!
As a busy HR professional, do you ever feel like no matter what you do, you're not getting ahead? If so, then this episode is for you! My guest is Visa Shanmugam, a mindset coach with some great information on how to tame your "inner bully," create a practice to de-stress and re-energize, and to help you achieve the success that you want. Visa is a lot of fun and I learned a lot on this one so be sure to take good notes!
If you're an HR professional, you've probably wished you had a seat (or a better seat) at "The Table." One key to getting there is to function more strategically. My guest on this episode, consultant, author, and speaker Ed Krow gives us actionable strategies to get your HR function to that level!
Are you tired of employees screwing up and then blaming everyone else, then tell you you're picking on them because they aren't as bad as the rest of the team? Well, I have an answer and a strategy for that!
Our question on this episode comes from Sid of Florence, AL. He wants to know if he should be taking feedback personally. Tune in for my answer.