We bring together thought leaders, psychologists and personality experts from around the world to talk about work life, home life, and how to get the best from life.
Connecting with the People You Lead
We know that the connection between managers and employees is crucial to employee well-being and engagement, so why do so many managers keep getting it wrong? In this episode, we’ll explore the importance of connection between leaders and those they lead, and the impact it can have on employee engagement and business performance. And to help us with this topic is Dr. Martin Boult.
Leadership, Extraversion and Introversion
What does it mean to be an introverted leader? How can extraverted leaders include those with introverted preferences, and vice versa? Guest, leader and HushLoudly podcast host Jeri Bingham joins on this episode to discuss leadership, Extraversion, Introversion and more.
Conflict is inevitable. But is it always a bad thing? When old ways of doing things won’t work anymore, you have to figure out a new way. But not everyone agrees on how to move forward. Research is clear that effective conflict management is a cornerstone of high performing organizations. Guest and conflict management expert Dr. Gail Fann Thomas explores why conflict arises and the best ways to approach and manage it when it does.
The Psychology of Change
What is change management, and why is it important for leaders to understand? Guest Sherrie Haynie, Sr. Director of Professional Services at The Myers-Briggs Company, explores the psychology behind how people approach change, and how to use change management techniques to help everyone better deal with changes in both their personal and professional lives.