Lorrin Maughan returns to the show to talk with Stacy about workplace conflict, it's costs, and the three different roles people take during a conflict.
Danna talks with Peter Docker about the power of understanding WHY you do something, instead of WHAT you do.
Work-Life Balance, that term needs to go to sleep.
Work-Life balance is a myth and sets us up to fail.
In today's episode Stacy talks with Lara Dalch. They talk about how seeing your life in terms of Work-Life Integration can help you let go of the construct of Work-Life Balance and reset your view of the boundaries between you work and personal lives.
Flexible work arrangements.
It doesn't have to be an all or nothing situation. It CAN work for you.
Listen as Stacy Harris and Nicole Adams discuss how this can work for you and fit into your life.
Getting a layoff nocite, or "being made redundant," from the company perspective, it's all about the bottom line. But let's talk about the human factor and navigating it when it hits you like a ton of bricks.
Ronna Beal joins us to talk about this.
We'll look at it from the perspective of three conversations:
- At Work
- At Home
- With yourself
Layoffs. They happen.
What can you do to survive one and even thrive in the process.
Career Coach Karen Van Liew Creek and host Danna Redmond discuss this on The Career Cue.
Tom Perry, Founder of Engaged Pursuit, returns to the studio to chat about interviewing, four questions you can expect to be asked, and what you can do to prepare for them.
We've all heard that networking can increase your chances of landing a job.
Applying for a job is a 1:1
When you network, one connection can lead to many connections.
A lot of jobs are not visible on the open market.
Networking can give you visibility to these opportunities.
Nina Johal, joins us to explain some of the finer details of how networking can help you, and how you can help others through networking.
At a fork in the road of your career? Federica Ambroji shares keys to a successful career change.
Spain, Costa Rica, Australia. Steve Findley has called all of them home...and the office. Steve calls in from Costa Rica to share how he's crafted a passion for travel and his career for the best of both worlds. Guess where Steve is today.
Do you have goals but time is flying by without much movement on the success needle?
How do you stay on track?
How can you be more accountable to your own professional goals?
Keita Williams (aka Success Bully) dives into refining, breaking down and sharing your goals to kill it on the road to success.
There is a mountain of resources available to learn how to lead others, but today's episode is all about how to lead ourselves.
Today on the show, Stacy meets with Kevin Graybill at Impact HUB Seattle, to talk about Mindfulness and how we can develop more meaningful dialog in our lives.
Does your current job have you thinking, "What's next?" Tim Sloane tackles that very question with us.
In today's episode, Tim Sloane sits down with us to discuss identifying the themes throughout your career (so far), finding confidence in your skills and experience and why you should never stop thinking big in terms of your potential.
Is an extended time away from your career keeping you from reentering the job market? Turn this into an asset. Julia Freeland of RevolveYOU joins us to share her story and discuss what it takes to restart you work life after an extended time off.
How is your job search going?
Longer than you expected?
Carol Hedly joins us to share some advice on how you can stay resilient and stay focused on the search and the other important parts of your life.
Feeling Disillusioned or Frustrated at your job? Development Coach, Alex Wright joins us to help unpack why you might feel like this and what you can do about it.
On this The Career Cue SNACK episode, Judith Young joins us for a guided practice for being mindful.
Put everything on pause for the next 10 minutes and see what happens!
Attention is a resource that you decide to "spend". Being MINDFUL can have positive impact on your health, productivity and creativity. Judith Young explains how all this works and how you can reap the benefits of mindfulness in your life.
"Life goes fast - so be there!"
When was the last time you had a conversation with someone who shared how grateful they were to get fired? That is the very view of Alan Andersen, leadership coach and partner of Shandel (pr: Shawn-Dell) Group. Alan states that next to faith and family, foreclosure on his first home and being fired from a “dream” job were the best things that happened to him. Learning from past mistakes is just one of the many experiences that impact his method for engaging, empowering, and equipping his clients to transform and thrive.