Real, human stories with practical tips for leaders who want to evolve themselves and their teams, creating an evolved culture.
Dr. Laura Gallaher is an organizational psychologist who has been hired by Disney and also NASA to help transform culture. Her company, Gallaher Edge, has helped multiple small businesses grow to successful acquisition.
Tayo Rockson on Racism and Communicating Across Cultures, with Impact.
Cultural translator, storyteller and activist, Tayo Rockson, gets real with us about racism. He discusses the importance of seeing it as a whole and not simply looking at it through our own individual lens. Push outside your comfort zone as we talk about self-reflection, tone policing and approaching differing opinions, the power of choice, and more!
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What is Defensiveness, Anyway?
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Stephanie Lopez about the first time she experienced The Human Element. She shares stories and examples with us about her journey of self-awareness. She describes the process of discovering that it was her own insecurity that would sometimes trigger behaviors she wanted to change, like being unknowingly passive-aggressive or thinking critical thoughts about others. Her courage and vulnerability are admirable – listen now to hear for yourself!
Key Insights for Self-Awareness with Dr. Tasha Eurich
Dr. Eurich’s research focuses on self-awareness, and what I love about her is how she takes her research and makes it pragmatic and accessible for those of you who want to understand yourselves better. We talk about some of the powerful take-aways from her book, Insight, which I highly recommend, how to introspect more effectively, what daily practices you can do to create real transformation, and we also talk about whether we really can make the unconscious conscious.
Personality Isn’t Permanent
On this episode, I interview Dr. Benjamin Hardy about his book, Personality Isn’t Permanent. We talk about the importance of letting go of who you think you are, and focusing instead on who you want to be. We talk about how you can work through trauma and break through whatever barriers hold you back today.
How Racism Lives in the Subconscious of The United States
On this episode, Kayla Wonisch and I talk about the history of the United States and how racism has become part of the subconscious of The United States. When we, as humans, can combine psychology, human behavior, and history we can better understand how systemic racism has come to be. Understanding why frees us up to have the conversations that matter.
Evolve Your Practice from the Inside Out
On this episode, I interview Dr. Radley Griffin, CEO of Griffin Concierge Medical in Tampa, FL. Originally, Dr. Griffin was looking for leadership training. But he discovered that to really create an amazing culture, it all starts from the Inside Out.
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Wow, Laura Gallaher is not only a great interviewer with a fun and engaging style, she also features incredible guests and I take away important new insights from each episode. As a business owner, I find this podcast super helpful for improving my own professional self-awareness, re-thinking my own company culture, and regularly improving on my leadership techniques. A must listen!
Great content for a healthy state of mind!
Online and offline, I enjoy Dr. Laura's content and approach. She's helped me immensely through her seminars, and these aweseome podcasts are but a glimpse of what she brings to the table. Thanks, Dr. Laura!
Great advice for the workplace
Great advice for the workplace! I really liked the emphasis on how to operate as one team with a common purpose.