184 episodes

Joe Hirsch hosts small conversations about big ideas that deserve more attention -- in about the time to takes to enjoy a cup of coffee.

I Wish They Knew Joe Hirsch

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    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

Joe Hirsch hosts small conversations about big ideas that deserve more attention -- in about the time to takes to enjoy a cup of coffee.

    (Ep. 176) Steven Stein: When life is hard, become hardier

    (Ep. 176) Steven Stein: When life is hard, become hardier

    IN EPISODE 176:

    When life gets hard, the resilient get hardier.

    In Episode 176, Steven Stein explains why "hardiness" - the mix of resilience and emotional intelligence -helps us overcome adversity and bounce back better than before. Steven explores the three C's of hardiness (challenge, control and commitment), explains how hardiness can be measured and practiced in a variety of jobs and workplace
    settings, identifies the link between hardiness and other high-EQ traits, and shares some behind-the-scenes insights on why reality TV stars are hardier than their competitors.

    We can make stress work for us, not against us - and after listening to Steven, you'll be ready to take on life's challenges with greater ease.

    ABOUT STEVEN STEIN:

    Dr. Steven Stein is a world-renowned clinical psychologist, international best-selling author  and the founder and Executive Chair of Multi-Health Systems (MHS), a publisher of scientifically validated assessments
    for over 40 years. Steven is a leading expert on psychological assessment and emotional intelligence, and has worked with the Canadian Forces, the U.S. Air Force, Army, and Navy -- and well as with special units of the Pentagon, the FBI Academy and companies like American Express, Air Canada, and Coca-Cola. Steven has also served as a consultant to numerous reality TV shows like
    MasterChef, Real Housewives of Toronto and Bachelor in Paradise.

    • 12 min
    (Ep. 175) Marie-Helene Pelletier: The resilience plan

    (Ep. 175) Marie-Helene Pelletier: The resilience plan

    IN EPISODE 175:

    Resilience needs more than a will - it needs a way. In Episode 175, Dr. Marie-Helene Pelletier shows us how to develop a resilience plan that's built to last. You'll learn how to turn resilience from a sentiment into a strategy with highly practical, low-barrier tips to strengthen your resolve and readiness to act in the face of challenge. Whether you're looking to help yourself or your entire team, you'll find action-oriented ways to become more resilient every day.



    ABOUT MARIE-HELENE PELLETIER:

    Dr. Marie-Helene Pelletier. Marie is a psychologist
    with a systems mind – applying two decades of clinical experience with senior leadership roles in multiple sectors. She's a member of the Global Clinical Practice Network of the World Health Organization, and is past Director on the
    boards of the Canadian Psychological Association and the International Association of Applied Psychology. Her latest book is The Resilience Plan: A Strategic Approach to Optimizing Your Work Performance and Mental Health.



    LINKS:

    Order the Book:  https://theresilienceplan.com/

    LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmhpelletier/

    Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/drmhpelletier

    YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5ryCJz3vUfYZOxegc41DZQ 

    Website:  https://drmarie-helene.com/

    • 14 min
    (Ep. 174) Simon T. Bailey: Resilience that works

    (Ep. 174) Simon T. Bailey: Resilience that works

    IN EPISODE 174:
    Resilience allows us to face adversity and bounce back better than before. But it's not something we discover- it's something we develop. In Episode 174, Simon T. Bailey shows us how to cultivate resilience at work by unlocking the power of peer-to-peer support, positive leadership and self-awareness. Resilience is caught, not taught - and after listening to Simon, you'll be ready to model the beliefs and behaviors that help people thrive during challenging times.

    ABOUT SIMON T. BAILEY:
    Simon T. Bailey is a keynote speaker, a career coach, and the founder of Simon T. Bailey International, a global training and development agency that has served over
    2,000 clients across more than 50 countries over the last three decades. Previously, Simon led sales for the Disney Institute, and his latest book is Resilience@Work: How to coach yourself into a thriving future.

    • 9 min
    (Ep. 173) Bonus: Become a feedback magnet

    (Ep. 173) Bonus: Become a feedback magnet

    When feedback is scarce, we can either hope or act. By becoming a "feedback magnet," we can attract the insights we need on our own terms and timeline - because waiting for feedback is not an activity. Last in a four-part series of "Things I Wish."

    • 7 min
    (Ep. 172) Bonus: "Good enough" feedback is enough

    (Ep. 172) Bonus: "Good enough" feedback is enough

    In this special series, I share some wishes of my own. Third in the series: Why "good enough" feedback is enough - and how high-frequency feedback delivers a win for both the giver and receiver.

    • 6 min
    (Ep. 171) Bonus: The Silver Rule of Giving Feedback

    (Ep. 171) Bonus: The Silver Rule of Giving Feedback

    In this special series, I share some wishes of my own. Second in the series: To give better feedback, follow the Silver Rule: Don't give others what you don't want them to give you. By establishing your own feedback "to don't" list, you'll end up sharing the kind of feedback others want to receive.

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

SeanTheSwan6 ,

Knows his leaders audience

On behalf of recent podcast guest, Dr. Marie-Hélène Pelletier,

“Joe asks the right questions and gets right to the point. He extracted many examples of applications for leaders themselves and their teams from my book, The Resilience Plan during our discussion, which I very much enjoyed - thanks Joe!”

Ken Sterlimg ,

If you want to increase revenue and relationships - here’s your answer

Of all the podcasts out there about relationships and/or revenue, “I Wish They Knew” by Joe Hirsh is the best of them all. Great questions, impressive guests and good takeaways for anyone looking to up their relationship and revenue game.

Liz Mar-1 ,

Love this show!

I love these tiny but mighty conversations! Joe and his guests deliver amazing insights in a quick and fun format!

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