Start building better relationships through the power of conversations.
On Conversations on Conversations, (the newest podcast from Sarah Noll Wilson, CEO and founder of Sarah Noll Wilson, Inc., a leading-edge virtual training and development company), Sarah speaks with experts in their field and gets deep about the impact, brain science, and shared love of holding powerful conversations.
You’ll walk away each week with an enriched understanding of a facet of really listening and holding conversations. Plus, we’re committed to providing you explicit tools and strategies you can begin to implement in your own world right away.
A Conversation on Childhood Emotional Awareness with Glo Rose
Join Sarah Noll Wilson and guest Glo Rose as they explore the topics of emotional awareness and intelligence for children, and Glo shares her passion and some of the insights she has gained as an author of many books for children and teens.
About Our Guest
Glo Rose started writing to create stories for her children that showed them that her love is always with them. She wanted them to know they are not alone, no matter what they face, and that the lessons life teaches them may be challenging, but are worth experiencing to get stronger and wiser.
As her writing developed, Glo wanted her books to help all children understand and be proud of their unique selves. The content grew into assisting children to recognize their emotions, understand that whatever they feel is valid, and explore safe ways to express their feelings to family or social media. Glo Rose Books has developed into a brand about helping children to understand themselves better while navigating this ever-changing world.
Glo on Amazon: www.amazon.com/stores/author/B0BJ9SJT3F
A Conversation on Redefining Productivity with Alexis Haselberger
Join Sarah Noll Wilson and guest Alexis Haselberger as they reflect on what it really means to be productive, and Alexis shares her fresh approach to time management.
About Our Guest
Alexis Haselberger is a time management and productivity coach who helps people do more and stress less through coaching, workshops and online courses. Her pragmatic, yet fun, approach helps people easily integrate practical, realistic strategies into their lives so that they can do more of what they want and less of what they don't. Alexis has taught thousands of individuals to take control of their time and her clients include Google, Lyft, Workday, Capital One, Upwork and more.
A Conversation on Leading Well with Erica Reed
Join Sarah Noll Wilson and returning guest Erica Reed, LCSW-C, as they dig deeper into the topic of trauma informed leadership, and Erica shares her LENS framework to help leaders improve their abilities to lead in an emotionally intelligent way.
About Our Guest
Erica N. Reed, LCSW-C is a Psychotherapist and Workplace Wellness Expert, specializing in helping corporate leaders retain diverse professionals by leading with empathy. Erica is founder and CEO of Leading Well Solutions, which helps managers become inclusive leaders with higher levels of emotional intelligence, improved communication skills, and the ability to optimize the unique strengths of employees.
Leading Well Solutions' training, coaching, and consulting services are provided through the lens of Trauma Informed Leadership. This perspective considers the unique lived experiences of the workforce and how stress and trauma impact an organization’s culture of belonging and psychological safety.
Taking her clinical and training expertise to the classroom, Erica is an Adjunct Professor at Catholic University of America. Erica’s experience as a college professor provides a unique understanding of adult learning styles and she designs training curriculums where everyone in attendance can easily understand and immediately implement the actionable strategies provided. Erica’s trainings are engaging and informative...no fluff...just lots of great information to get and keep your attention and energize you to develop and grow.
A Year-End Conversation with Drew Noll and Nick Wilson
Join Sarah Noll Wilson and the Conversations on Conversations crew for a special year-end reflection, as they discuss some of the conversations and insights that stood out the most to them in 2023.
About Our Guests
Drew Noll is the audio editor of Conversations on Conversations. He is an award-winning sound designer and musician, and he has years of experience as a UX Designer. He is also Sarah's brother.
Nick Wilson is the producer of Conversations on Conversations. He works in media production, including a variety of collaborations with Sarah and the SNOWCO team. He is also Sarah’s husband.
A Conversation on Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction with Allison Peet
Join Sarah Noll Wilson and guest Allison Peet as they discuss the powerful practice of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).
About Our Guest
Allison Peet is a certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Instructor trained at UMass Center for Mindfulness, founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD and the Mindfulness Center at Brown University. She is trained through Mindful Schools and is a certified Buteyko Breathing Method instructor and registered yoga instructor (RYT200). She’s taught since 2015 and hundreds have graduated from her MBSR program. Based on a pre and post self-evaluation, 87% of MBSR grads lowered their perceived stress, and reduced stress levels an average of 35%. All of her individual students reduce their stress by an average of half after 8 sessions. Allison completes multiple week-long silent meditation retreats and has a regular practice. The cultivation of mindfulness transformed her relationship with stress and anxiety which motivated her to start her own business in 2015, From Within Wellness, to benefit others.
A Conversation on Intrusive Thoughts with Dr. Sally Winston and Dr. Martin Seif
Join Sarah Noll Wilson and guests Dr. Sally Winston and Dr. Martin Seif as they explore the often-misunderstood mental health challenge of unwanted intrusive thoughts.
About Our Guests
Dr. Sally Winston is the founder and executive director of the Anxiety and Stress Disorders Institute in Baltimore, MD. She is a master clinician who has given sought-after national workshops for therapists for decades. She is a frequent guest on podcasts and webinars. She received the prestigious Jerilyn Ross Award of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) in 2011. Her blog, Living with a Sticky Mind, can be found at PsychologyToday.com. Born in Montreal, Canada, she has three adult daughters, two granddaughters and a Senegalese parrot.
Dr. Martin Seif is is a master clinician who has spent the last thirty five years developing innovative and highly successful treatment methods for anxiety disorders including: Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Specific Phobias, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. He is on the faculty of New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Former Associate Director of the Anxiety and Phobia Treatment Center at White Plains Hospital, a founder of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, and in private practice in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Together, Dr. Winston and Dr. Seif have co-authored four books: What Every Therapist Needs to Know About Anxiety Disorders, Overcoming Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts, Needing to Know For Sure, and Overcoming Anticipatory Anxiety.
A must listen!
I have a theory that anyone who encounters Sarah on social media or through her podcast immediately feels like she is a friend. She not only asks the questions the listener has, she asks the ones the listener didn't even know they wanted to have. Each episode is a masterclass in humanity. And two minutes in, you will be calling Sarah a friend!
I absolutely love what Sarah Noll Wilson is sharing with these episodes and guests. It’s like being in a powerful therapy session - lots of questions to think deeply about, and ways that you can transform your conversations into a deeper more meaningful dialogue. I find myself eagerly awaiting a new episode each week. Such rich, yummy goodness.