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No BS is a series of authentic conversations about the world of work from the perspective of the employee.

Great places to work are impossible to create unless we have a window into the real employee experience. Unfortunately, most of the time the stories of organizations behaving badly never see the light of day - either people are not taken seriously when they bring up concerns, or they are afraid to tell the whole truth because of the possible repercussions. No BS will explore those stories unapologetically with the goal of understanding the human perspective of people who are impacted the most. Learn more, or raise your hand to tell your story, at nobsatwork.com

No BS: Authentic conversations about the world of work. Dr. Karlyn Borysenko

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No BS is a series of authentic conversations about the world of work from the perspective of the employee.

Great places to work are impossible to create unless we have a window into the real employee experience. Unfortunately, most of the time the stories of organizations behaving badly never see the light of day - either people are not taken seriously when they bring up concerns, or they are afraid to tell the whole truth because of the possible repercussions. No BS will explore those stories unapologetically with the goal of understanding the human perspective of people who are impacted the most. Learn more, or raise your hand to tell your story, at nobsatwork.com

    Ep 6: Getting up when you're pushed down

    Ep 6: Getting up when you're pushed down

    In this episode, I chat with Katrina Kibben about what it was like to be told by her boss not to speak in meetings that she's invited to. What I loved is that the conversation transformed from discussing a negative experience to using it as a platform to find your empowerment and internalize your own value.

    • 36 min
    Ep 5: Men Struggle With Confidence Too

    Ep 5: Men Struggle With Confidence Too

    Though it's true that women tend to struggle with confidence and imposter syndrome more than their male counterparts, that oftentimes means that men are overlooked with it comes to these conversations. In this episode I welcome Eric to No BS to talk about his struggle with imposter syndrome and how he was able to overcome it (ironically, with the help of a great female leader!).

    • 46 min
    Ep 4: The Art of Swearing At Work

    Ep 4: The Art of Swearing At Work

    Spoiler alert! If you're not a fan of swearing, this episode is not for you, and you may want to put on a pair of headphones if you're listening to it at the office. I connect with Amy, a seasoned HR director, who feels more comfortable working in environments where she is allowed to swear. We had a really fun conversation about the appropriate context in which to swear at work, what words are ok and what words should be considered more thoughtfully, and (of course!) we discuss our favorite swear words to use.

    • 43 min
    Ep 3: Getting fired for totally BS reasons, part 2

    Ep 3: Getting fired for totally BS reasons, part 2

    We continue Ed's story about getting fired for totally BS reasons, and explore why managers must have reasonable expectations of what their employees can achieve, why you should be on the lookout if you know your organization is doing shady stuff, and why getting fired is never the end of your career. As a bonus, I'll share my story about how and why I orchestrated my own firing and why I have absolutely no regrets about it.

    • 31 min
    Ep 2: Getting fired for totally BS reasons, part 1

    Ep 2: Getting fired for totally BS reasons, part 1

    This is part 1 of a conversation about getting fired for reasons that could generously be described as BS. We'll explore how not to do a performance improvement plan (PIP), the consequences of a manager not meeting with their team on a regular basis, and the benefit of coaching employees out of the organization when it's just not working.

    • 31 min
    Ep 1: You're awesome outside the office, but a nightmare at work

    Ep 1: You're awesome outside the office, but a nightmare at work

    In this episode, we explore the experience of working with a Jekyll and Hyde personality: A co-worker you consider to be an amazing friend outside of work, but who takes on a completely different personality when they're in the office. We discuss what you can do to help these friends/colleagues, how dress code might influence authenticity, the mitigating impact employee wellness programs might have, and why we should strive to bring out whole selves to work without worry about "professionalism."

    • 23 min

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