47 min

Making Work Not Suck with Dr. Melissa Steach This or Something Better

    • Personal Journals

Today’s interview is with Dr. Melissa Steach. Melissa is an award-winning artist, best-selling author, certified ergonomist andI-O Psychologist with certifications in positive psychology interventions. She's also the Workplace Wellbeing Knowledge Lead for the western U.S. and west Canada at Herman Miller Group.
In this episode, Melissa and I are talking about authenticity, about pursuing happiness in your personal and professional relationships, about wellbeing and about how to make it so your work place doesn’t suck.  
Episode Highlights
Melissa’s personal story and her entrepreneurial spirit  What is authenticity  Finding her way out of the projects  Melissa’s sacred contracts  Industrial Organizational Psychology  Making work not suck The intangible environment A shift in work and workplace  Your authentic self at work About Melissa
Melissa is a visionary who combines art with research. She explores personal,  organizational culture and behaviors to understand how our environment can better engage, empower, even shape how we engage ourselves and each other. 
Above any education, Melissa considers her life experience her most valuable credential; including growing up in housing projects in the South and her subsequent search for self through trying on many different careers. Melissa has worked over 65 jobs, all of which contributed to the person she is today...someone who is compulsively curious and always learning and growing through research and life experience. 
Connect With Melissa
https://www.melissasteach.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/DrSteach/  Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissasteach/ ---
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Today’s interview is with Dr. Melissa Steach. Melissa is an award-winning artist, best-selling author, certified ergonomist andI-O Psychologist with certifications in positive psychology interventions. She's also the Workplace Wellbeing Knowledge Lead for the western U.S. and west Canada at Herman Miller Group.
In this episode, Melissa and I are talking about authenticity, about pursuing happiness in your personal and professional relationships, about wellbeing and about how to make it so your work place doesn’t suck.  
Episode Highlights
Melissa’s personal story and her entrepreneurial spirit  What is authenticity  Finding her way out of the projects  Melissa’s sacred contracts  Industrial Organizational Psychology  Making work not suck The intangible environment A shift in work and workplace  Your authentic self at work About Melissa
Melissa is a visionary who combines art with research. She explores personal,  organizational culture and behaviors to understand how our environment can better engage, empower, even shape how we engage ourselves and each other. 
Above any education, Melissa considers her life experience her most valuable credential; including growing up in housing projects in the South and her subsequent search for self through trying on many different careers. Melissa has worked over 65 jobs, all of which contributed to the person she is today...someone who is compulsively curious and always learning and growing through research and life experience. 
Connect With Melissa
https://www.melissasteach.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/DrSteach/  Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissasteach/ ---
Subscribe to the This or Something Better podcast!
Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Did you enjoy today’s episode?
If you enjoyed this episode, leave a review on Apple Podcasts. And be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out!
Do you know someone who might enjoy this episode? Share this episode to inspire and empower!
Let's connect on social media!
Facebook @thisorsomethingbetterpodcast Instagram @this.orsomethingbetter

47 min