Why is it we Humans get romanced by complexity when the answers can be found at a SIMPLE and PRACTICAL level? The "Simply Practically Human" Podcast, The Human Manager Mark LeBusque features experts who have a track record in HUMANISING WORKPLACES using SIMPLICITY and PRACTICALITY as their GO TO approach. It's all about getting back to what it is to be Human and watch Workplaces thrive rather than just survive.
Jase Stewart - Motivation Breeds Motivation
Jase Stewart is the master of motivating humans and shares his simple and practical tips on how to motivate self and others in business and life in both times of challenge and times of success. His 20+ years as a PT and Gym Owner and competing CrossFit athlete has taught him how to tap into your own motivation and be motivated by others to drive amazing outcomes.
Roslina Chai - Confronting Painful Possibilities
Entrepreneur and Non-Violent Communications Mediator Roslina Chai believes humans should focus less on doing more good and more on doing less bad to each other.
In this episode, Roslina shares why it is critical for Managers to confront the painful possibilities relating to change rather than second-guessing human feelings and turning it into a show and sugar coating it with flowery language. She believes we must be open to understanding the uniqueness of the suffering and make time for humans to process this.
Amanda Green - Go First, Be Brave and Trust Your Gut
Amanda Green is an incredible human who shares her learnings from her non-linear career path from the corporate world, to playing a major part in the success story of current AFL Premiers Richmond, and now working with global movement Movember.
Amanda offers some amazing tips on why trusting your gut, blazing the trail and how deep listening to understand have all impacted on her career and personal success.
Arunanjali Maria - One Size Doesn't Fit All
Co Founder and Director of TSol Arunanjali Maria is energetic about many things in life (cricket being one of them) and bringing out the best in the uniqueness of humans sits at the top of her list.
Arunanjali shares her 4D's model that can be applied by managers looking to really move away from a 'one size fits all', to a more connected approach to developing cognitive diversity in workplaces.
Eric Lynn - Is Employee Engagement Disengaging Humans?
Author and Facilitator Eric Lynn shares his experiences with how employee engagement measures/surveys are turning humans into machines and meaningful work into 'measurementitis'.
In this episode, he describes engagement as a feeling, not a measure and challenges humans to embrace three simple words that create an environment where humans can thrive, not just survive.
Audrey McGibbon - There's No Shortcut to Wellbeing
Psychologist, Researcher and Wellbeing Expert Audrey McGibbon has combined her profession with her passion to shine a light on the importance of wellbeing. Audrey explains why it takes time, resources and accountability to nail a successful wellbeing strategy to help humans feel a 'nett positive' in the workplace.
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For managers of humans
Really enjoying Mark's real conversartions as he draws out practical and simple tools that add real value to people managers no matter the industry.
Episode with Louise Howard where they cover the massive importance of actually blocking time out in your planner to connect one on one with your people. Great stuff!
Podcast is very informative with massive value - a must listen!