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We believe that every employee makes a difference within their organization. Everyone wants to learn and improve - regardless of title or position. We know that everybody is busy - and personal development can easily take a back seat. That's why we put together a weekly podcast focused on personal development and core business skills. In about 10 minutes a week, you can learn something new and start to put it to use at your job immediately. Your personal growth is important to us - come join our community of life-long learners!

People Move Organizations PMO Coaching

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We believe that every employee makes a difference within their organization. Everyone wants to learn and improve - regardless of title or position. We know that everybody is busy - and personal development can easily take a back seat. That's why we put together a weekly podcast focused on personal development and core business skills. In about 10 minutes a week, you can learn something new and start to put it to use at your job immediately. Your personal growth is important to us - come join our community of life-long learners!

    The Difference between agile and Agile

    The Difference between agile and Agile

    Today, I want to talk about Agile. It is a term that gets misused and misunderstood a lot. If you are not a software developer, my goal is to help you better understand what this term is and how it is best used at companies. If you are a software developer, please listen to the episode anyway. I know you think you know what Agile is, but I want you to be able to help others understand it as well, and you’ll walk away from this episode with a better understanding of where agile DOESN’T work well. And if you are a project manager, same thing applies. You need to be able to explain to people when Agile is appropriate and when it is not. 
     
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    Share this episode with your LinkedIn contacts. Go to our LinkedIn page, select a post, and hit share. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Add us to your playlist on Spotify Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher Invite me to your next team meeting Improve your productivity with my Productivity Journal  
    What You'll Learn in this Episode:
    What is the Agile Software Development methodology Why Agile is not right for project management The difference between software development and software implementation  

    • 11 min
    Episode 108: How to Be Coachable with Leslie Shea

    Episode 108: How to Be Coachable with Leslie Shea

    How willing are you to be coached? Are you open to letting of others help you grow? My guest on this episode is Leslie Shea and she talks with me about why it is important to be coachable. We talk about why it is a really important skill for career advancement, and how we can build this skill: Look for opportunities to grow your confidence Become self aware Cultivate your curiosity Here are some episodes that tie into our conversation:
    Episode 35: Fixed vs Growth Mindset
     
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    Share this episode with your LinkedIn contacts. Go to our LinkedIn page, select a post, and hit share. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Add us to your playlist on Spotify Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher Invite me to your next team meeting Improve your productivity with my Productivity Journal
    What You'll Learn in this Episode:
    How to be more coachable Why learning agility is important How you can be more valuable to your employer Skills for building your coachability How to create a growth mindset How to talk to your manager about being coached

    • 11 min
    Episode 107: Stop Putting Your Phone Number in Your OOO Message

    Episode 107: Stop Putting Your Phone Number in Your OOO Message

    I'm passionate and inflexible when it comes to working during my vacation. And you should be too. In this episode, I give you my process for being able to go on vacation without putting my phone number in my out of office message.

    • 7 min
    How to Lead Meetings with Greg Harrod

    How to Lead Meetings with Greg Harrod

    Meetings, meetings, meetings. My guest this week for People Move Organizations is an expert at helping people create exceptional meetings. You’ll learn a lot this week from Greg Harrod when he shares the 3 fundamentals of effective meetings:
    Purpose – why are you bringing people together? People – who are the people needed to accomplish the purpose? Preparation – both as the leader of the meeting and to help the participants prepare Here are some episodes that tie into our conversation:
    Greg’s podcast: Connect Mobilize Deliver
    Episode 10: Time Blocking
     
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    What You'll Learn in this Episode:
    3 fundamental tips for running effective meetings Why it is important to know the purpose of the meeting Why it is important to invite the right people to the meeting Why it is important to prepare for the meeting What counts as a meeting How to be an effective participant in a meeting How to decline the meeting

    • 11 min
    Being Authentic at Work with Ryan Seematter

    Being Authentic at Work with Ryan Seematter

    Being vulnerable and authentic at work is sometimes hard to do.  It takes courage. In this conversation with Ryan Seematter, we discuss why he feels that being vulnerable and authentic at work has been a part improving his confidence, passion and energy at work. Ryan’s tips for being authentic at work:
    Start small – with the people closest to you Ask for feedback Reach out to someone you haven’t spent time with but would like to know better Don’t be afraid of the differences – appreciate them for what they are  
    Here are some episodes that tie into our conversation:
    Episode 17: Understanding Myers Briggs
    Episode 49: Introduction to Enneagram
     
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    Share this episode with your LinkedIn contacts. Go to our LinkedIn page, select a post, and hit share. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Add us to your playlist on Spotify Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher Invite me to your next team meeting Improve your productivity with my Productivity Journal
    What You'll Learn in this Episode:
    Why being vulnerable at work can improve your confidence Why people are afraid to tell their story at work How to build courage through authenticity How authenticity and networking are connected How to be authentic with your manager

    • 12 min
    Episode 104: Tips for Solving Problems at Work

    Episode 104: Tips for Solving Problems at Work

    We all get paid to solve problems. This week, my guest on People Move Organizations is giving us some great tips for problem solving at work.  We talk about taking the emotion out of problem solving, listening, and giving someone time to vent before jumping in to solve their problems.
    Here are some episodes that tie into our conversation:
    Episode 7: Influencing Others
    Episode 39: Self Control
      
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    What You'll Learn in this Episode:
    How to take emotion out of problem solving Why it is important to listen when you are solving a problem Why you shouldn’t try to solve the problem too quickly Why it is important to understand your audience

    • 11 min

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