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Join Human Capital expert Lori Stohs for inspirational and motivational conversation to live a connected, engaging life. Are you seeking ways to make yourself better and looking for something that feels like a fit for you? Gain a new perspective to achieve results in business, leadership, management, performance, and self-awareness. Your human potential and performance is unlimited. Come here to expand your thinking and achieve amazing results.

Get Your Mind On Lori Stohs | Human Capital Strategist, Consultant, Facilitator, Coach

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Join Human Capital expert Lori Stohs for inspirational and motivational conversation to live a connected, engaging life. Are you seeking ways to make yourself better and looking for something that feels like a fit for you? Gain a new perspective to achieve results in business, leadership, management, performance, and self-awareness. Your human potential and performance is unlimited. Come here to expand your thinking and achieve amazing results.

    123. What Do You Love...About You?

    123. What Do You Love...About You?

    I'm sure you have been seeing all the Valentine's Day items all around you lately. It definitely makes us think about the love we have in our lives. And telling those important to us that we love and appreciate them is probably on our minds. But why do we need a reminder of love and sharing our love when we could be sharing our love year-round? 
    Today I want to focus on how we show love...for ourselves. Sometimes this is always the last place we share love when in actuality, we need to make sure that we have enough love to take care of ourselves before we can share it with others. Let's dive into this week's podcast as we think about how to love you! 
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    • 9 min
    122. Healing Workplace Wounds

    122. Healing Workplace Wounds

    What is the emotional impact of you leaving a job and coworkers behind? Maybe you're thinking about changing your place of employment and you're worried about what it'll do when you start something new. Or, if you're very content now, how has the changing of a role in the past affected you? It's important for us to understand this emotional impact for yourself and for those around you when someone leaves a company or the company shifts because someone new has started and is working to get acclimated into your new company culture. What do you do to omit all of the negativity you're hoping to leave behind at your old workplace? I hope you can take some time for yourself to look at your life and ask if there's anything you can do to change your thinking to heal any past difficulties. Let's listen in to this week's GET YOUR MIND ON on the top of Healing Workplace Wounds. 
     
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    • 14 min
    121. Ask For What You Need

    121. Ask For What You Need

    Have you been asking those around you for what you need? Recently I have been in a number of conversations where I am realizing people seeking guidance from me are not asking for what they need from the people around them. I hope I'm not the first to tell you, but it's okay to ask for help. Whether it's you're worried about what people will think of you or if you don't want to be seen not being smart enough, it's alright to seek advice. This is how we can grow as humans and gain more insight into solutions to problems or guidance when needed. As we continue with the recent conversations we've been having on the podcast, let's look at how you can better ask for what you need and ask managers provide environments where people can ask for what they need.
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    120. Intellectual Humility

    120. Intellectual Humility

    Have you been ever thought about how you may be wrong in a situation? 
    As you ideate on that question, I hope you enjoyed our conversation last week about psychological safety. We’re going to continue on a similar subject today as we think about intellectual humility. I’m sure many of you have worked with people who have a hard time being humble and admitting they’ve provided inaccurate data or messed up a decision on a project. How can we create a culture that builds people up for admitting mistakes and stewarding them toward finding a better resolution? In this week’s episode, I want you to think about how you can find better intellectual humility in your own life and create a culture of safety where more innovation and safety can exist.
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    119. Creating A Culture of Psychological Safety

    119. Creating A Culture of Psychological Safety

    How do you think about safety at work?
    What if I asked you to think about safety outside of our traditional definition of the word? There's a lot more complexity to workplace safety besides physical safety. In our day to day business, we look for ways to create environments where employees feel safe and enjoy the work they do. We know that employees perform best when they feel connected, comfortable and safe in their workplace. One factor in assisting in leading an employee to this is psychological safety. What exactly do I mean? Let's take a listen to this week's Get Your Mind On podcast to find out.
     
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    118. Renew Your Mindset

    118. Renew Your Mindset

    Welcome to 2020!
    I'm so glad to be back with you this week. Thank you for allowing me to take some time to prioritize my time on taking care of the new things in my life (more on those to come soon). This week I want to talk to you about Renewing Your Mindset. I'm sure you've seen dozens of emails motivating you to get fit this year, eat better or how to set your goals. While this can be productive for us, it's important to remember to keep your focus on what’s best for you and not to carry the guilt of not accomplishing a goal. 
    You are capable of much success. Let's dive into this week's Get Your Mind On podcast and talk about how you can renew your mindset to allow grace and peace in your life. 
     
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Great Insights

I like Stohs approach. I have found insights here that I haven't seen elsewhere for our organization. Leadership. Organizational Health. Maximizing Strengths. What's unique about her approach is that she considers the whole person. A healthy leader is a more productive leader.

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I truly enjoy Lori’s work and how she is about creating leaders through strengths. This podcast is a quick listen that gives us leaders effective tips we can use in the moment.

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I love listening to Lori's podcast each week and it's quickly become one of my favorites. Get Your Mind On is part career advice, part life advice. And there's something for everyone, no matter where you're at in your career path or life stage. It's quick and to the point, and delivered in a style that inspires you to make real change.

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