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Molly Tschang's Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you benefit from Molly's guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. She helps everyone from CEOs to interns to recognize that we are all both part of the problem as well as the solution, and that the path to solving any problem is to say what needs to be said.
Molly is a rare breed: tough enough to advise CEOs and company boards, but empathetic enough to understand the human costs of not allowing talent to shine. She has helped dozens of management teams navigate the human after-effects of mergers and acquisitions, and her show brings her expert guidance to a wider audience.
Listen for Say It Skillfully™ every Tuesday at 8 AM Pacific Time/11 AM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

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Molly Tschang's Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you benefit from Molly's guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. She helps everyone from CEOs to interns to recognize that we are all both part of the problem as well as the solution, and that the path to solving any problem is to say what needs to be said.
Molly is a rare breed: tough enough to advise CEOs and company boards, but empathetic enough to understand the human costs of not allowing talent to shine. She has helped dozens of management teams navigate the human after-effects of mergers and acquisitions, and her show brings her expert guidance to a wider audience.
Listen for Say It Skillfully™ every Tuesday at 8 AM Pacific Time/11 AM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

    Say It Skillfully™ – OUR VOICES: Terry Jackson PhD on who I am, where I came from & never forgetting

    Say It Skillfully™ – OUR VOICES: Terry Jackson PhD on who I am, where I came from & never forgetting

    Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you benefit from Molly Tschang’s expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 39 Dr. Terry Jackson shares his inspiring journey growing up in segregated Wilmington, NC. Though he didn't feel bias until he was almost out of high school, his early experiences with it motivated him to excel. As a TEDx speaker, author and organizational change expert, Terry is helping to transform what it means to lead. His awareness and foundation of black excellence supported his own groundedness and sense of self, inspiring all to believe in oneself, first and foremost. To advance both social and economic justice, he shares how we can see the “sameness” in each other and treat all human beings as human beings. Keep in mind, “It doesn’t matter how often you talk, but what you say when you do. Tune in for ways to support us all in being safe, seen and heard... being our true and best selves.

    • 56 min
    Say It Skillfully™ – How to start networking in a new field, collaborating across cultures and more

    Say It Skillfully™ – How to start networking in a new field, collaborating across cultures and more

    Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang’s expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 38, Molly's first caller, Veronica, asks for advice on how to begin to network with people in a new career field. Next, Vince and Molly work through how to communicate most effectively with a culturally diverse team to learn from mistakes without instilling fear of making them (14:55). Carrie then asks about handling when a company “ghosts” you in the interview process (28:30). Annette calls in about raising the topic of travel with the pandemic, and also wonders about when to share very personal details, and doing so in a way that fosters trust (36:30). Finally, Geoff asks how to handle receiving sensitive information which ends up impeding his work (47:15). Tune into the show for Molly's conversations as you learn to navigate work while being invaluable and true to yourself.

    • 55 min
    Say It Skillfully™ – Sameer Munshi, EY Consulting: overcome self-defeating thoughts & find your path

    Say It Skillfully™ – Sameer Munshi, EY Consulting: overcome self-defeating thoughts & find your path

    Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang’s expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 37, Sameer Munshi, EY Consulting Manager, talks about being a late bloomer, overcoming perceived early failures to get on a track to thrive. One key was learning to speak kindly and skillfully to himself, which led to a more positive mindset. He also reveals his own takeaways for financial wellness and what’s meaningful. Tay joins Molly keen for ways to address people asking about her race, while staying true to herself (35:50). Then Fred shares thoughts on leading his hospitality business through Covid & racial tensions (40:50). Finally, kudos to Community Solutions, named 1 of 6 finalists in MacArthur Foundation’s #100andChange competition for a $100 million grant. End homelessness! Tune in for Molly's conversations as you learn to navigate work while being invaluable and true to yourself.

    • 54 min
    Say It Skillfully™ – Speaking truth when the boss is angry, handling passive-aggressive and more…

    Say It Skillfully™ – Speaking truth when the boss is angry, handling passive-aggressive and more…

    Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang’s expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 36, Molly’s 1st caller, Meadow, was looking for ways to constructively deal with passive-aggressive behaviors at both work and home. Eric then raised the big question of how to be a “corporate human” and take substantive actions on social justice; he offered the metaphor of crossing the bridge from Facebook to LinkedIn - more here: https://bit.ly/3j5NZqm (15:30). Mian was keen for ways to approach an angry CEO with the truth (33:00). Lastly, Molly offered thoughts for getting started with a new team when there’s no chance to actually meet face-to-face (47:30). Join the show for her conversations on these topics as you learn to navigate work while being invaluable and true to yourself. More ways to help you interact powerfully, openly and honestly at https://sayitskillfully.com

    • 55 min
    Say It Skillfully™ – OUR VOICES: Entrepreneur Frantz Alphonse and “Total Inclusion Capitalism”

    Say It Skillfully™ – OUR VOICES: Entrepreneur Frantz Alphonse and “Total Inclusion Capitalism”

    Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang’s expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. Joining her for the 2nd OUR VOICES episode is visionary entrepreneur Franz Alphonse, who overcame self-doubt to learn how to live life to the fullest. Franz shares how his father’s tough love at age 19 was the catalyst for him to believe in himself & create his life manifesto, which he's followed to this day. His humble beginnings—living in different countries & focused on education—created a culture of hard work within his family which helped Franz succeed (12:55). Starting life with few role models, Franz reveals how he creatively formed an inspiring board of directors to guide him (18:30). Franz then discusses his simultaneous outcome thinking & how his firm is creating global win-win outcomes for economic development where needed and delivering financial performance (36:00). More at https://www.apch.com

    • 56 min
    Say It Skillfully™ – Dr. Paul L. Corona on teaching during crisis & helping leaders find fulfillment

    Say It Skillfully™ – Dr. Paul L. Corona on teaching during crisis & helping leaders find fulfillment

    Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang’s expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 34, Dr. Paul L. Corona—Clinical professor of leadership in the Kellogg School of Mgt at Northwestern University—shares his very unexpected journey into higher education. He was perhaps one of the least likely to earn a doctorate in higher education and pursue a passion of helping people realize their potential, much less co-found the Lee’s 3 Habits system for stronger relationships and greater happiness. Paul then discusses the opportunity leaders have to go “beyond the bio” to find fulfillment and meaning. Next, Molly covers a few scenarios: how to respond when you notice racism (41:30); ideas on networking for a new job or internship (41:10). And see lees3habits.com to “Ask, Listen & Give". Tune in for her conversations as you learn to navigate work while being invaluable and true to yourself.

    • 53 min

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