In today’s world of work, it’s too easy to forget that Human Resource are actually Human People. This podcast gives you fresh perspectives on leadership, teams, change, diversity and values, as well as actionable ideas to make working with other humans better for everyone, because I believe that well-being at work is a basic human right.
Purpose Leadership to Heal, Empower and Unify (Rebroadcast)
There’s a yawning rift between the United States’ purpose and the reality that 97% of us are unhealthy, 84% of us are stressed out, 78% of us are living paycheck to paycheck. And, life is a lot worse for women and BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities. Brandon Peele, author of Purpose Work Nation: Leading Organizations in Service of Our Nation's Powerful Purpose, talks about the talent development, DE&I, learning, corporate culture and wellness practices businesses can use to bridge the rift and provide what people need to flourish.
Where SMART Goals Fall Short (Bonus Clip)
This is bonus material from Episode 67: Retirement 2.0. In this clip, John Windsor, author of F*ck Retirement: Don’t Settle for a Lesser Life in Your Later Years, explains the potential dark side of setting ambitious goal and offers tips for taking a different approach that can set us up to thrive for the long haul.
Is retirement about taking a permanent vacation or about rejecting traditional labels, ideas and thoughts so you can create the next big chapter of your life, regardless of your age? This episode explores how you can plan for and create the next chapter of your life at any age.
John Windsor is a certified coach as well as a Broadway star who has an MBA, a Silicon Valley VP, and best-selling author who’s reinvented himself so many times that he knows where all the pitfalls are. His latest and best-selling book is called F*ck Retirement: Don’t Settle for a Lesser Life in Your Later Years.
Middle Managers and Creating Value for Society
What does it take for a company to shift from a profit motive to a social contribution motive? Explore compelling evidence, key executive messages and the pivotal role middle managers play in making it happen.
This episode features John Davis, who has led businesses from start-up to $1 billion, served as a business school dean and taught top leaders in executive education programs at London Business School and Wharton, and is regularly interviewed by global media including the BBC, Bloomberg and the New York Times. His latest book, titled Radical Business ranks as one of the top 10 must-have books by CEO Today Magazine.
Men, Their Emotions and Masculinity
Why do so many men hide parts of themselves, especially from the most important people in their lives? What’s to gain when men get real with their emotions? This episode explores these questions and takes a look at five habits that help men show up as their whole selves.
Christopher Veal is a former US Marine Corp officer, combat veteran, and a Black man with 25 years of experience in talent and leadership development. He hosts The Vulnerable Man podcast, is a TEDx speaker, and he is the author of The Whole Man: Evolving Masculinity.
064: Overcoming the Stigma of Mental Ill Health at Work (Rebroadcast)
Asking for help at work when we’re struggling with mental ill health can feel risky. So, how do we gauge if it’s safe to speak up, and how do we actually do it? Geoff McDonald, mental health advocate and former Global VP of Human Resources for Unilever, shares his advice on this topic as well as his provocative thoughts on leaders’ responsibilities for building work cultures that foster employee wellbeing.