Work is broken. Join host Laurie Ruettimann, the failed HR lady who went on to become one of the world’s top career advisers, as she talks to some of her closest friends and peers about what happens behind the scenes at your job. Laurie covers the buzzwords, the nerdy, the contrarian. She'll give you the tools you need to take control of your career, put yourself first, and be your own HR.
Workplace Coaching for All with Whitney Herrington
This week I am joined by Whitney Herrington, an HR pro who founded Kith Republic. In my conversation with Whitney, we discuss her new company, the need for workplace coaching for professionals at all levels and the likely future of workplace coaching for needs beyond the world of HR. Listen to this episode to learn how you and your team could benefit from workplace coaching.
Fight For Yourself with Andy Storch
This week I’m joined by a fellow author, podcaster, speaker and coach, Andy Storch. In this conversation, Andy shares his experience in talent development and what led him to launch his online group, the Talent Development Think Tank Community. If you’re ready to shift your career and your mindset, this episode is for you.
Caring for Mental Health Through Art with Doug Shaw
This week, I am joined by a dear friend of mine, Doug Shaw, who is a visual artist rooted in music, self-care and speaking truth to power. In this episode, we discuss the importance of prioritizing mental well-being and self-care, Doug’s passion project that transformed a community, and the importance of embracing our own creativity.
Hurdling Fear and Adversity with John Register
My guest this week is John Register, a change-mindset warrior who helps business leaders and individuals overcome adversity and fear, embrace a “new normal” mindset and win at life. John is one of those people who has an inspirational story that leaves you feeling ready to transform your outlook on life. In our conversation, John shares his story of adapting to his “new normal,” the power of storytelling, the dangers of ableism, and what all that has to do with the world of work.
Giving Managers the Support They Need with Sharlyn Lauby
My guest today is Sharlyn Lauby. I’ve known Sharlyn for well over a decade, and I can say that her body of work just keeps getting better. Not only is she an amazing author, speaker and consultant, but she also recently became a fellow podcast host. Listen to our conversation about the ways that onboarding can be done more effectively and how companies can offer better management support.
Modern Work Has No Song with Matt Johnson
My guest this week is Matt Johnson. His story is rich: He’s toured in a punk rock band, worked at the Pentagon during the Obama administration and is now head of communications for Markel International. He’s also the author of a fantastic book, “Work Songs.” Listen to our conversation about the value that songs and storytelling provide, how they relate to the idea of perseverance, and the ways that we can tell an effective story within the corporate world to give us work songs for the modern era.
Love this podcast
I am so glad I found this podcast, I am really excited to listen to more episodes. Laurie’s episode with Claire Wasserman was FANTASTIC! Great job Claire!
Advancing the line. Ultimate competency. Moving forward. Hannah Olsen was also great.
I love this show!
I’ve been listening for over a year and I can’t believe I didn’t write a review yet! I love this show. Laurie always poses questions and topics that force me to step back and critically think about the world around me. At the same time, she lifts me up and encourages me to put my self first. Laurie is the bomb. 😄