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 Brandon Smith 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.
4 Interview Questions You Need to Find the Right People Every Time with Allan DeNiro
What if there were just four questions you needed to ask in order to figure out the perfect hire for your team? Today’s guest, Allan DeNiro, says that’s the truth! Curious to know what they are? Join us as we discuss how to have better conversations during your interviews so that you can hire better-fitting candidates!
Leadership Therapy: The ADD Boss
Many leaders struggle with focus, prioritizing and communication. If you work with one or you are one yourself, today’s Leadership Therapy Episode is about how to clarify roles and expectations with your ADD boss so that your team thrives.
Living & Leading in a More Grace-Filled Way with Author John Baldoni
So excited to have leadership guru John Baldoni as a guest on this week’s podcast! We discuss leading with empathy and grace and John details how to provide your team focus and clarity while you give them space and the resources to not only survive, but thrive. SO many nuggets!
5 Steps To Creating More Joy in Your Life with Chief JOY Officer Maureen Sweatman
How do we bring more joy to our lives and the way we operate in the world? As we close the days of 2020, a year where fear was pervasive and overwhelming, we look ahead to finding a way to live life more joyfully.
Today’s guest is Maureen Sweatman, Chief JOY Officer and Certified Career & Life Coach at Joyful Living. In addition to her Coaching Certification, Maureen holds an M.Div & MBA from Emory University. She explains that people come to her when they’re unhappy or struggling in their careers and usually want her help in finding a better job or employment path. But she says her real job is “holding people accountable to choosing joy.” We often think that joy is just going to one day descend upon us, but that’s not how we actually achieve joy.
Maureen Offers us 5 Steps To Creating More Joy in Your Life.
First, we must debunk the myth that Joy is a destination. The truth is that joy is within you right now, but you have to choose it. And the work is the choosing.
Finding Courage in 2020 with Dr. Shayna Smith
Need a positive, upbeat 2020 Transformation story? Here ya go! Tune in for my conversation with Dr. Shayna Smith who shares how she found the courage this year to take the plunge to go after what she’s always wanted and build her own practice. Way to go, Shayna!
How Leaders Are Part of Their Team's Grieving Process with Author, Anthony Casablanca
It’s been a trying year, leaving many struggling with a sense of loss and grief. How can leaders help their team—or, in some cases, themselves—cope and get through the grieving process? That’s what my guest Anthony Casablanca, co-author of The Dying Art of Leadership: How Leaders Can Help Grieving Employees Excel at Work and I discuss on this week’s show. It’s a meaningful conversation.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Informative and Helpful
Great nuggets of wisdom to be found here. I’ve enjoyed the wonderful guests and the knowledge they have shared over the years. I’ll continue to check in for my daily dose of pick-me-up!! Thank you!!
The Workplace Therapist is always time well spent
Relevant and witty, Brandon offers positive and pragmatic suggestions and solutions to life at work. His approach allows for easy application to common workplace dynamics in ways that produce growth and efficiency and satisfaction.
Thought Provoking and Motivating
The Workplace Therapist is an easy go-to for thought provoking content that is relevant in today's world for developing business and interpersonal skills. Whenever I tune in, I always hear a new idea that I am excited to apply.