We hear the word innovation quite often in the business world, but what does it actually mean? And more importantly, are we making space for innovation? Today’s guest helps us hone in on what innovation really means and what amazing things are possible when we cultivate a culture for innovators.
How to Win the War for Talent with David Jones | Episode #99
In a time when talent acquisition and retention is a huge stressor for many organizations, leaders are looking for creative strategies to handle finding the right people and keeping them onboard. Today’s guest, David Jones, is an expert in this area and uses assessment tools to do just that.
Unlocking the Potential of Gen Z with Hannah Williams | Episode #98
Hannah Williams is today’s guest and at the young age of 24, she has accomplished so much. In this episode, she shares her story and how she managed to become such a high achiever in a short time. She is highly articulate in her ability to describe what organizations should and shouldn’t be doing to embrace and develop her generation. This includes what she calls Radical Empathy and the Gen Z Trinity.
7 Master Keys to Wisdom and Wealth with John Feloni | Episode #97
John Feloni joins me today in this episode which includes a wealth of inspiration. Whether you are in the corporate world or an entrepreneur, this conversation offers so much wisdom inside and outside of business.
When Empathy is a Key Competitive Advantage with Sophie Wade| Episode #96
Joining the podcast today is Sophie Wade, an expert on the future of work. We dive into the topic in great detail and the most impactful message she provides is the importance of empathy in the workplace. Her most recent book Empathy Works: The Key to Competitive Advantage in the New Era of Work is a fascinating and highly recommended read for leaders in any type or organization.
Reduce Overwhelm and Thrive with Your Only 10s with Mark Silverman| Episode #95
Overwhelm is a fact of life and in some ways we can look at it like a disease with no cure. But today’s guest proves that while things can feel overwhelming, especially in the business world, that overwhelm can be managed and is all in your head.