Curing Dysfunction from the Cubicle to the Corner Office.
Got a bad boss? Struggling with what’s next in your career? Work/life balance out of whack? Making your job and your life better is what “The Workplace Therapist Show” is all about. I promise to bring you some of the best ideas, experts and life hacks. And most importantly, I promise not to hold back. There will be no sugar-coating or avoiding the tough conversations. My commitment to you is to always be real, honest and a little bit irreverent.
Essential Wisdom for Leaders of Every Generation with Randy Hain
On this episode of the podcast, I’m excited to welcome back my good friend and business partner, Randy Hain, as we discuss his new book: Essential Wisdom for Leaders of Every Generation. Randy explains candor, clarity and communication (three ingredients he says form the compass for leaders and aspiring leaders), along with tips for protecting the “air” in your calendar.
Getting Leverage like a Consultant with John Kim
How can we make ourselves stand out in a company? Today, my good friend John Kim returns to the show to discuss the world of consulting and how to ask the right questions in your business.
Leading Through Crisis with Ken Keen
From leading Haiti earthquake relieve efforts, to working in Pakistan after Osama bin Laden was killed, Ken Keen has seen just about everything. He joins me today to discuss leading through crisis and how you can apply some of these concepts in your own workplaces.
The Whole Leader with Rob McKenna
How do show up for our team as a whole leader? Today on the show, Rob McKenna joins me to discuss how to build up your team and become the leader your were meant to be!
Introverts in the Modern Workplace with Jennifer Kahnweiler
Today on the podcast I’m welcoming back Jennifer Kahnweiler, speaker, researcher and author of several leadership books including “Quiet Influence” and “The Introverted Leader.” Jennifer and I discuss how the “new normal” work environment affects both the extroverts and introverts on your team. If you’re wondering how, as a leader, you can support your people to be their best, Jennifer suggests the answer involves getting curious and listening.
In this conversation we chat about:
* The benefits of an out-of-office workplace experience in its ability to allow focus and promote productivity
*How a hybrid workplace affects the introverts and extroverts on your team
* How to run a virtual meeting where everyone participates
* How to promote community for the introverts and extroverts on your team.
Books, Articles, Tools & Resources mentioned on this episode:
Check out Jennifer’s latest research and the article she wrote about the advantages of working from home.
Introverts Working From Home: How to Make Them Thrive
Do you wonder how conducive your workplace is to introverts’ success? Use Jennifer’s assessment tool to find out!
Creating An Introvert-Friendly Workplace Quiz
In our conversation, Jennifer mentioned a recent HBR article about the considerations companies need to take in determining what the future of work should look like for their organization. You can read that at How to Do Hybrid Right.
Jennifer’s Life Hack for Better Conversations in the Workplace and Beyond:
Take time apart from those you’re with. Make sure you take breaks from people; get outside and take time away to allow yourself a chance to reset. Outside is a healthy SPACE, use it for your good!
The Whole Person Workplace with Scott Behson
What makes a Whole Person Workplace? Today’s guest, Scott Behson, author of “The Whole Person Workplace” and Professor of Management and the Silberman Global Faculty Fellow at Fairleigh Dickinson University has just written a book to help us answer the question.
Scott explained the title of his book came from a quote from one of the people he interviewed as part of his research. He says, “The person told me, ‘We have to recognize we get the whole person through the door. We get their hands, back, heart and mind. And they’re at all different places in their lives. We have realize we have to do our very best to take care of them.'"
If you’d like to learn more about Scott, check him out at his website. And if you’d like a copy of his latest book or any of his previous ones, you can order them at amazon or wherever books are sold!
Fantastic Host and Podcast
Brandon is one of the best hosts I have ever listened to. He is prepared, makes it fun and always gets the beat information from his guests.
5 star in every way.
Engaging and insightful
This is a great podcast. I have really enjoyed the guests and their contributions. The topics are timely and applicable. Brandon has a very easy-going style, a very approachable host who asks the right questions to get to the right answers. Well done!
Brandon will improve not just your work, but your life!
Brandon draws wise and experienced leaders into insightful conversations that will help your office, family, and organizational cultures. I’ve learned so much: the benefit of non-anxious leadership, organization transition, managing a diverse team, communicating clearly, and so much more. Listen - you won’t regret it!