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Curing Dysfunction from the Cubicle to the Corner Office. Got a bad boss? Struggling with what’s next in your career? Work/life balance out of whack? Making your job and your life better is what “The Workplace Therapist Show” is all about. I promise to bring you some of the best ideas, experts and life hacks. And most importantly, I promise not to hold back. There will be no sugar-coating or avoiding the tough conversations. My commitment to you is to always be real, honest and a little bit ...
 
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Simon Chadwick grew up in apartheid South Africa. He is the son of Bishop Graham Chadwick who was a prominent anti-apartheid activist who was arrested and exiled from South Africa. Simon holds master’s degrees from Oxford University in philosophy, politics, and economics. He is also the author of For the People: A Citizen’s Manifesto to Shaping Our…
 
Brandon Peele is the author of the best seller The Purpose Field Guide. He's trusted as a keynote speaker, consultant and program leader by organizations such as Google, Johnson & Johnson, Stanford University, JDRF, Morgan Stanley, U.S. Marine Corps, University of California - Berkeley, LinkedIn, the U.S. Navy, Slalom Consulting, the U.S. Coast Gua…
 
J. Warner Wallace is a cold-case homicide detective who has been featured on NBC Dateline more than any other detective in the nation. He is a senior fellow at the Colsen Center for Christian Worldview and adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University. He is a national speaker and best-selling author, to include works such as Cold-Case Chris…
 
It's no secret that our careers look different at 50 than they do at 25. On the podcast today, John Tarnoff joins me to share tips for bulletproofing your career and three factors you need to understand to face this new set of challenges. John is an Executive & Career Transition Coach, Career Strategist for Mid-Late Career Professionals and author …
 
With the pandemic still in force and year-end holidays approaching, we're discussing a heavier topic on The Workplace Therapist Show today. To bring hope and humor, 7x TED Talk speaker and Tonight Show writer, Frank King - The Mental Health Comedian joins me to talk about suicide and depression. We discuss signs you or a loved one might be struggli…
 
I'm excited to be joined by Rusty Chadwick, Director at WinShape Teams and Co-Author of the book, TEAM WORK. Rusty and I discuss the two characteristics of a high performing team and the role leaders play in both forming teams... and keeping them together. This is important information in today's hybrid workplace! I took a lot of helpful notes and …
 
"Fear can be a driver or a barricade". What is fear to you? Today on a new episode of The Workplace Therapist Show, Jacqueline Wales, Author of The Fearless Factor and The Fearless Factor @ Work, shares how to thrive through fear and build trust in a distrustful world. A topic we could all learn more about!…
 
On this episode of the podcast, I’m excited to welcome back my good friend and business partner, Randy Hain, as we discuss his new book: Essential Wisdom for Leaders of Every Generation. Randy explains candor, clarity and communication (three ingredients he says form the compass for leaders and aspiring leaders), along with tips for protecting the …
 
Today on the podcast I’m welcoming back Jennifer Kahnweiler, speaker, researcher and author of several leadership books including “Quiet Influence” and “The Introverted Leader.” Jennifer and I discuss how the “new normal” work environment affects both the extroverts and introverts on your team. If you’re wondering how, as a leader, you can support …
 
What makes a Whole Person Workplace? Today’s guest, Scott Behson, author of “The Whole Person Workplace” and Professor of Management and the Silberman Global Faculty Fellow at Fairleigh Dickinson University has just written a book to help us answer the question. Scott explained the title of his book came from a quote from one of the people he inter…
 
There’s no doubt that after 18 months of living during the COVID pandemic, there’s a pervading sense of weariness and low-level anxiety. As my guest, Jason Wasser describes it, we’re living in a state of “Present Traumatic Stress Disorder which creates a mid-level of daily stress before our day has even begun. If you’re feeling exhausted, you’re no…
 
Do you or does someone on your team struggle with ADHD? Dyslexia? Sensory dysfunction? How can you and those around you create a better environment so that everyone can do their best work? Today my guest is Alex Golden Gilbert, founder of Cape-able Consulting, who specializes in assisting clients who have learning challenges discover the tools to t…
 
Post-pandemic has been a perfect time for some self-reflection and to ask ourselves “what is it I really need?” This week’s guest, Jette Stubbs host of the “Happy Career Formula” Podcast and I talk about applying this as a career question in order to find career bliss. There’s a lot to consider—I hope you’ll #listen in!…
 
Today I’m excited to introduce my guest, Andy Storch, author, speaker and host of the “Own Your Career Own Your Life” podcast. Today Andy and I discuss the Power of Perspective and Mindset. Andy shares some great insight about how to practically shift your focus in a way that benefits and empowers us to change it’s powerful stuff. Want to learn mor…
 
What we don’t do well at work, we often don’t do well at home. Challenges in our personal life are often challenges in our professional life. This week’s guest is Dr Ian Brooks, founder of Rhodes Smith Consulting and author of the recently published book “Intention: Building Capabilities to Transform Your Story”. We discuss how to make changes in o…
 
“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…
 
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 …
 
Jeff Rasley is the author of ten books and has published numerous articles in academic and mainstream periodicals, including Newsweek, Chicago Magazine, ABA Journal, Family Law Review, American Athenaeum, Pacific Magazine, and Real Travel Adventures International Magazine. Jeff is a graduate of the University of Chicago, A.B. magna cum laude and gr…
 
This week’s podcast guest is Nicole Tschierske, a scientist-turned-career coach who is passionate about helping women in science and tech get noticed in their companies. Her goal is to help them gain the recognition they deserve so they can achieve their career goals with ease. Nicole and I talk about a number of topics, including how the unhelpful…
 
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!…
 
Karen Ford is a financial coach and motivational speaker. She speaks at seminars and conferences, motivating people to demolish debt and build wealth! Karen is also the author of Money Matters: Motivations, Methods, and Manners For Increase. Topics: · Money matters, because we need it · Having right thoughts concerning money · Having a work ethic ·…
 
Bracha Goetz is a Harvard graduate and author of 39 children’s books. She is also the author of Searching for God in the Garbage. Bracha grew up in a progressive Jewish home no religious education and very liberal views. She has since become a conservative and an Orthodox Jew. Topics: · Growing up in a progressive Jewish home · Looking for meaning …
 
With all the competing priorities of life, do you find you have trouble focusing? Today’s show guest is Penny Zenker, Focusologist, consultant, author, and host of the “Take Back Time” podcast. Penny shares with me her ingenious formula for prioritizing to get things done and makes a great point about leading with accountability versus ownership. P…
 
Mitch Gray has over two decades of experience in leading teams. Mitch has done this as a manager, business owner, pastor and non-profit founder and community organizer. He is the host of the Mitch Gray Show podcast and founder of Mitch Gray Media. Topics: · Establishing your business culture · Hiring the people you want and need · Keeping the peopl…
 
Do you think a corporation’s recent ban of non-work conversation on the company’s interoffice communication system was “Off Base”? On this week’s podcast I chat with Liger Partners Production intern, and my favorite daughter Abby Smith, about workplace distractions and questioning: what’s the workplace for?…
 
Rocky Romanella has 40 years of leadership experience. He led one of the largest re-branding initiatives in franchising history with the UPS Store. Rocky is also the founder and CEO of 3Sixty Management Services and author of Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership. Topics: · Leading – not staying hidden in your office · Rewardi…
 
This week I’m happy to share my recent appearance on “The Expert Authority World” Podcast with host Mario Fachini. I had a great time talking to Mario about determining your team’s priorities, leading in uncertainty and having healthy feedback conversations with your people. We have a great dialogue; I hope you’ll tune in!…
 
Robert Farrington is America’s Millennial Money Expert® and America’s Student Loan Debt Expert™. He is also the founder of The College Investor, which is the #1 resource for helping millennials get out of student loan debt and start building real wealth for their future. Discussion Topics · Student Loans · Choosing a School · Debt · Investing Phili…
 
Today I’m answering listener questions on the podcast!Wondering how to manage at home teams while you’re in the office? Need to know how to strategically take a vacation or are you wondering exactly what “psychological safety” is and if you’re doing it right? Then this is your show! We’re unpacking a lot. Listen in!…
 
Justin Ist is the author of Un-Corrected: A Good Man's Struggle Against Political Correctness Run Amok. He is also the host of www.justnist.com, which provides a list of things to do to battle with political correctness and links to organizations he feels should be considered. Justin talks about his book. It is a satyr of our modern problem of poli…
 
Sheryl Crow’s not the only one with a favorite mistake. Today my podcast guest is Mark Graban, author, consultant, and host of the “My Favorite Mistake Podcast.” Mark asks all his guests to describe their favorite mistake they’ve made in their careers and how it grew them. We have a great conversation about the value of working in a mistake-embraci…
 
Thomas Hill was a former liaison for Pro-Family during the Bush Administration. He was an electorate of the electoral college for North Carolina during the 2020 election. Thomas is also the Republican chair of Gates County, NC and a liaison for the Chuck Smith campaign for Attorney General of Virginia. Thomas discusses the current victories of that…
 
David Savage grew up as an Air Force brat in West Texas with a deep and rich scouting background beginning in Cub Scouts, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, and earning the bronze, silver and gold palms, then establishing and leading a high adventure Explorer Post before heading to Texas A&M University to study engineering. He has worked as a backp…
 
This week’s podcast guest is Jena Viviano, Career Strategist, CEO and Host of the Recruit the Employer Podcast. Jena is passionate about helping others thrive in their careers and today she explains the power of networking and how to do it in a way that doesn’t leave you feeling slimy! Jena shares her wit and humor as well as her best tips for this…
 
Ken W. Good is on the board of directors for Professional Bondsmen of Texas. He has argued cases before the Supreme Court of Texas and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, along with numerous courts of appeals, including the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He is the author of Good’s on Bail, a practice guide created for bail i…
 
Kurt Nelson is a sought-after behavioral scientist, speaker, and recognized leader in human motivation and behavior change. For over 20 years, Kurt has worked with global companies to apply behavioral science principles to drive change in their organizations. He is founder and president of The Lantern Group, a communication and behavioral change ag…
 
He’s not quite a super hero, but this week on the podcast, I ask my good friend and business partner, Randy Hain, what behaviors in teams alert his spidey senses that they may be struggling? Randy identifies three indicators that a team is struggling and shares what team leaders can do TODAY to address it. It’s a great conversation; I hope you’ll l…
 
Alex Newman is an award-winning journalist, educator, author, and speaker whose goal is to glorify God in everything he does. He is the CEO of Liberty Sentinel Media, Inc., a contributor to The Epoch Times, and a foreign correspondent for The New American Magazine. Alex is also the co-author of Crimes of the Educators and is the executive director …
 
In a world of uncertainty, how can you be sure you’re making the right decision? If you struggle with decision fatigue, you’re not the only one. Today my guest Jodi Hume, Decision Making Strategist and co-host of the “So, Here’s My Story" Podcast, and I discuss the power of resilience, hope, and agency in the decision-making process.…
 
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