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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.

    130. Rings, Dings, & Things

    130. Rings, Dings, & Things

    How can we best adapt to this new way of work that you might be experiencing?
    I’m sure it’s been a change working from home or even just changing up how things are done at your office. You’ve probably had more video calls than normal whether with your  I actually have spent many hours each day getting the chance to conference with various teams. But all of this video conferencing may be very new to you. Are you aware of the do’s and don’t and all the things you need to pay attention to? consider? For many, it is a learning curve.  Today I am going to talk about video conferencing etiquette and share some of the best tips for making the experience seamless for you and your coworkers. Let’s talk on this week’s episode of Get Your Mind On. 
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    • 21 min
    129. Working from Home Effectively

    129. Working from Home Effectively

    Yes, first and most importantly,  I want to check in on you?  How are you?
    I’m sure you have been affected in some way around the change in our world.  Maybe you are living a bit of a  different schedule lately or maybe you are trying to manage working from home. And if you were used to working from home, now there may be more people around you so you have to manage differently. Whether you’re good at it and enjoy working from home or you’re trying to figure out how to make it work since you haven’t done it consistently, we all need to find out how to be successful and productive.  With distractions and restrictions on our home expectations, how can we work from home effectively? Today I will share some thoughts to help make your time at home the most beneficial for you through this season.
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    • 18 min
    128. Leading Remote Teams Through Challenging Times

    128. Leading Remote Teams Through Challenging Times

    How do we handle these difficult times in our world, our personal lives, and in our workplaces?
    It is very likely that your life has shifted in the past weeks changing up your day-to-day practices. Many places are closing, events are canceled, and many people are working virtually. I personally had to cut an international work trip short due to this virus and am now working with employees virtually and working to make the best of the situation. How do we lead through these times? I’m sure many of you leaders have had a crisis before and it takes a lot of hard work to continue day-to-day operations while being cautious during this pandemic. So how can we continue to execute with our teams on a daily basis while segmented and sometimes remote?  How can we best unify a workforce regardless of location? That is what I want to talk about today on the podcast. Let's talk about how we can lead remote teams through challenging times.
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    • 15 min
    127. Give It Up!

    127. Give It Up!

    What is burdening you every day and is something that you can give up to increase your engagement at work and in life? 
     
    We are getting closer to spring... refresh and renewal. The light in our day is longer and may be bringing more joy to you. But even without that how can you have more light in your day.  What have you been doing in your life lately that has been making you excited? Are there parts of your work and life that drag you down? I'm sure sometimes you try and power through them to get the work accomplished, but they don't give you the energy you need to succeed in your work. So how do we fix that? Well, we give things up! Let's talk about that more on this episode of the Get Your Mind On podcast.
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    126. Paper has More Patience than People

    126. Paper has More Patience than People

    How do you gather and sort your thoughts when you are going through something or frustrated with someone? It is important for us to do our best to build the best connections with people in our lives. Many of us have someone who we can confide in but it helps to express our thoughts by writing them down. This is where I bring in the quote “Paper is more patient than People” from Anne Frank since occasionally those around us may not understand our situation or how to go about helping us. Let's talk about this more in this week's Get Your Mind On podcast.
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    • 8 min
    125. Don’t Make up the Story Until You’ve Asked the Question

    125. Don’t Make up the Story Until You’ve Asked the Question

    What encounters in your life are you embellishing or altering in stories to fit your needs? It is very easy for us to build out a story and add additional facts, purposefully or subconsciously. It is scientifically proven that situational aspects in our lives or how we are prompted before telling a story can alter the story in a different direction than that which was factually true. So how can you approach this in a more straightforward way? This has the potential to be rectified by just asking the question. What’s the question? Let’s talk about that today on this week’s episode of Get Your Mind On.
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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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