Career coach Corrie Lo Giudice had it all. She had achieved a senior role in her family’s business, was earning good money and then something caused her to re-assess everything she took for granted. Listen to her incredible story on discovering her own fulfilling career.
Author Melanie Gibson discusses how she hid her mental health issues for years and how she eventually approached the subject with her boss. She advises how you can approach this conversation with your own boss.
Dr. Kathryn Owler, Workplace Wellness Facilitator felt isolated and burned-out at what had once been her dream job. As a Researcher, she was desperate to find out what made people happy at work. Learn what she found out and how Kathryn supports those who are’t enjoying their job.
Speaker Dea Irby talks us through how to create community in the workplace using her C.L.A.I.M. leadership strategy, a compassionate approach to leadership which empowers both employees and leaders alike. She talks about how people need to feel claimed, the benefits for both employees and the organisation of using this strategy and tells stories of real-life examples.
Author Brian Sachetta has created his ’10 Steps to Getting Out of Your Head’. In this episode, we apply some of them to conquering anxiety in interviews. Listen to Brian’s wisdom on determining the importance of what makes you anxious, how to stop questioning yourself and handling anxiety as you wait for the interview.
John Hamilton’s life changed when he started setting habits. He wanted to set the tone for his day, each day, every day! Learn about John’s entrepreneurial journey to becoming a professional gamer and business owner, what habits he uses and why.
Susanne interviews former US Air Force and Alaska Airlines pilot Dennis Mellen about what he did next after a heart attack ended his flying career. Dennis discusses how he found his new purpose to serve others, the importance of leadership and his new book, Takes More Than Heart.
Susanne speaks to Career Coach Charlotte Crabtree, about how people can feel more confident to speak up in meetings. Charlotte discusses imposter syndrome and introversion as challenges to presenting yourself confidently.