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The Health and Wellness University℠ Podcast supports others in their journey to achieve optimal levels of health and holistic wellness. Health and Wellness University℠ focuses on key areas of well-being, including physical, social, spiritual, mental, emotional, financial, environmental, intellectual, occupational, nutritional, relationships, energy, stress management, anxiety, depression, purpose, and recreation.
 
Not every lawyer defines success in the same way. The Leveraging Latitude podcast explores the various paths to cultivating a rich and fulfilling life in the law. Through conversations with leading lawyers and thought leaders from across the legal industry, Latitude’s Candice Reed and Tim Haley discuss best practices and personal stories relating to lawyers’ professional development, the evolving business of law, legal department and law firm leadership, and attorney wellbeing. Join them on ...
 
Uncover the deeply human aspect of working. Join Jeff Hunt, GoalSpan CEO and longtime business consultant, as he interviews guests who help us learn to embrace the value of human capital in new ways. Explore how to better the world of work for humans and rediscover the most important asset we have in the workplace – Human Capital.
 
We spend our working lives staying on track. On track with our tasks, with our peers, and in the eyes of our superiors. Let's take some time to get off track. I’m BLB, the one behind the brand Big Law Boiz, and I’m here to put the daily corporate grind into perspective. I talk to the movers and shakers of the corporate world, and the online entertainment space as we make a new lane in the corporate world that reflects what we, the people who make it all possible, want. I practice law at a to ...
 
Join host Patty Fahy, MD as she shares the evidence for why physicians must lead healthcare and lead us out of the current healthcare system morass. Patty has twenty years of experience working with leaders in healthcare—as a member of an executive team, founder of a successful coaching and consulting firm, and as a committed physician advocate. This podcast is for you if you want expert physician leaders at the helm of U.S. healthcare systems and if you want practical advice and critical co ...
 
The Redesigning Wellness podcast explores the world of corporate health to help employers build strategic wellness programs that engage employees. In this podcast, Jen interviews experts in various specialties to demystify the common worksite wellness program. She’ll also spend time sharing barriers to help get your wellness program moving forward. You’ll discover common sense approaches to wellness, tips for engaging employees and how to implement a program that your employees actually like.
 
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Disruptive change begins here. It’s up to us, the leaders, executives, and rebels of the world to create the disruptive change our world requires. All the good intentions in the world just won’t cut it. Disruptive change requires sustainable and scalable businesses that can fund and fuel the momentum... for generations. You’re beyond just giving facetime to what matters. You know hashtags and blacking out your profile picture just won’t cut it. You know true change requires creativity, curio ...
 
A hub of conversations with pioneering current and former legal professionals that will spark your thinking and stimulate your soul. The Legally Different guests are truly "different", having made brave life leaps and decisions to live and work in a way rooted in their interests, values, passions, purpose and wellbeing. They are unconventional, paving the way forward in their own unique way, turning the typical societal view of a lawyer completely on its head in an inspiring way. The legal t ...
 
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Jeff interviews Bradley Rencher, CEO of BambooHR where they have an inspiring conversation about leading from where you are, one of BambooHR’s core values. Brad shares how this comes from making an impact, and how it often means you're promoted before you get the title. Brad and Jeff discuss how most careers are not linear, why senior leaders must …
 
Where does the conversation about spirituality fit into the workplace? Since 86% of US adults identify as being spiritual, we don’t need to shy away from the conversation. In fact, since the definition of spirituality encompasses a wide array of current wellbeing practices, chances are you may already be addressing it. Podcast guest, Jessica Grossm…
 
What do you do when your dedication to your job lands you in the hospital for severe exhaustion and dehydration? This is the wake-up call today’s guest, Jessica Grossmeier, got 10 years ago. Jessica was juggling a demanding job, getting her PhD, and being married, but eventually the sheer capacity was too much to sustain. Podcast guest, Jessica Gro…
 
On this episode Jeff brings the topic of mental health at work to the forefront. Jeff shares from a recent large-scale study of mental health in the workplace that an overwhelming 84% of respondents reported at least one workplace factor that negatively impacted their mental health. Jeff’s guest, Frank Ramos is uniquely qualified to discuss this to…
 
Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or a change in a familiar pattern of behavior. Using that definition, chances are that you have recently grieved for something or someone. With everything that has happened in the past two years and continues to happen, it’s about time we had a conversation about grief. Podcast guests, Ilana Ya…
 
U.S. News named being a lawyer as the 2nd most stressful job in 2022. But it wasn’t until recently that far reaching reports identified major wellbeing deficits, such as problematic drinking, workaholism, and mental health concerns. The reports led to a major call to action for the industry to address lawyer wellbeing. It also led to the creation o…
 
This is the final excerpt from a recent webinar Jen facilitated through Wellable Labs titled “Resilience: Why We Need It More Than Ever”. In this clip, Jen reviews another way organizations can build employee resilience – reconnecting to what’s important. Listen in for practical tips for organizations and leaders. Plus, you’ll hear a live Q&A from …
 
Jeff invites Ginger Lapid-Bogda back on the show to further explore the Enneagram and her new book “Transform your Team with the Enneagram. Build trust, decrease stress, and increase productivity.” Ginger helps us take a pragmatic look at team dynamics and shows us how the different Enneagram types relate to the “forming, storming, norming, and per…
 
Two years ago, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) was the topic of new conversations, organizational pledges, and the creation of new job roles. But what has truly changed in the past two years? Although some strides have been made, there remain many barriers to progress. How can we move beyond reading books to start taking concrete steps to cl…
 
This is a short excerpt from a recent webinar Jen facilitated through Wellable Labs titled “Resilience: Why We Need It More Than Ever”. In this clip, Jen reviews one way organizations can build employee resilience – supporting rest and recovery. Listen in for practical tips for organizations and leaders. Stay tuned next week for the last in the ser…
 
Burnout is the result of occupational stress left unmanaged, marked by high levels of exhaustion and depletion, emotional distance from our job, and cynicism. With the macro and micro stressors of the past two years, it’s no surprise that burnout is on the rise. Although self-care strategies can be part of burnout treatment, we have to acknowledge …
 
This is a short excerpt from a recent webinar Jen facilitated through Wellable Labs titled “Resilience: Why We Need It More Than Ever”. In this clip, Jen reviews one way organizations can build employee resilience - acknowledging and making space for emotions. Listen in for practical tips for organizations and leaders. Stay tuned for another way or…
 
On this episode, Jeff interviews Ginger Lapid-Bogda, PhD, an expert in using the Enneagram personality typing system in business. Ginger has trained thousands of professionals worldwide on how to use the Enneagram in their professional work. Jeff & Ginger discuss how 80% of Fortune 500 companies use personality tests to assess employees and potenti…
 
What have the past two years been like for wellness professionals? Going through the pandemic themselves, while trying to adjust to an ever-evolving situation for their employees has exposed deep issues that may not have been on their radar pre-pandemic. Wellness professionals are now charged with bigger challenges than ever while navigating the ne…
 
Community, connection, purpose: these values are almost palpable even in a virtual conversation with Dr. Susan Rogers. Dr. Rogers is an internist, educator, and activist on behalf of those who suffer when profit motives bulldoze the institutions that are meant to serve the public. A neon example of a public good which has been targeted by profiteer…
 
Being a working mom during COVID was an impossible act of balancing full time jobs and full time teaching. Pew Research Center found that working mothers were generally more likely than working fathers to say that they faced a variety of professional challenges since the beginning of COVID. In this episode, podcast guest Leslie Forde explains the i…
 
On this episode, Jeff interviews Jeff Rogers who is Chairman of OneAccord. OneAccord is a consulting firm in the Pacific Northwest that assists clients with building operational value, as well as acquiring or selling their companies.OneAccord also assists nonprofits and faith-based communities, and they have helped over 450 organizations across the…
 
It’s important to stay positive, especially in trying times. But what happens when that positivity becomes unhelpful, shaming, and ultimately, toxic? The idea that the best or only way to cope with a negative situation is to put a positive spin on it is toxic to our emotional health. In this episode guest Dr. Natalie Dattilo, a Clinical Psychologis…
 
Connecting socially is an innate human need and one that was practically eliminated during the pandemic. For the past two years, we turned to social media, Zoom calls, and Netflix for our main sources of connection. Now that we’re going back into the office and gathering in larger groups, how can we ease back into being with each other and rebuild …
 
McGill Business Professor Henry Mintzberg is the author of 20 books on management, creator of two revolutionary international management programs, and the recipient of a mountain of accolades and honors for his thought leadership in the business world. Mintzberg minces no words in his pointed criticism of current approaches to management training a…
 
In this episode, Jeff interviews Enrique Rubio, who is a top 100 HR influencer, and the Founder and CEO of Hacking HR. Hacking HR is a global community for all who are interested in learning about everything people at work and doing HR in a better way. Jeff and Enrique explore the definitions of diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and psycholo…
 
The stats point to the likelihood that most of us are in some stage of burnout, and guess who this includes? Managers – you know, the ones leading your employees. Managers navigate the delicate balance between investing in and supporting their team, getting their own work done, and (trying to) understand the priorities from above. How do successful…
 
It’s been over a year since host, Jen Arnold, decided to take a break from the Redesigning Wellness podcast. In this episode, Jen walks you through what’s in store for the podcast and her thoughts on where we are today (and where we’re not) with organizational wellbeing. She also reveals a new product she’s just released and unveils where her and h…
 
Special guest Michelle Browning Coughlin, Founder and President of MothersEsquire®, joins Candice and Tim in examining systemic gender biases in the legal profession and how they hurt both men and women. Michelle sheds light on “the motherhood penalty” across professions and suggests big and small pragmatic changes that legal institutions and emplo…
 
Jeff explores the connection between the great resignation and employee experience and wellbeing with Jeanne Meister, who is the founder of Future Workplace Academy, and Executive VP at Executive Networks. Jeanne is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review and Forbes, and is the bestselling author of three books: the Future Workplace Experi…
 
I took a different format this time. Talking to yourself for 45 minutes is an interesting way to spend your time. This AMA covered some recent questions I received and a number of the 'greatest hits'. I probably got a bit too personal here, as I touched on growing up, my position on pro bono work, and places I could live. Hope you enjoy, as it is l…
 
"I realised that as much as I can advise on the law, I can also change it" summarises the essence of this conversation with the wonderful Janvi Patel; an entrepreneur, female founder, producer and an activist for women and children’s rights. These titles (expanded on below) only scratch the surface of Janvi’s accomplishments and pioneering path! As…
 
Author and certified lifestyle medicine physician, Iris Schrijver, MD, describes a fulfilling and fast-paced academic career at Stanford as a full professor of pathology and director of a molecular genetics research lab. A few years ago, in an unlikely turn of events, an opportunity to design a leadership project ignited her long simmering interest…
 
On this episode, Jeff and his guest explore the tension many leaders feel between trying to protect their organizations from legal trouble, and creating cultures of humanity, openness, and compassion. Jeff’s guest is Deborah Moroz, who is a Licensed Attorney and is Chief Human Resources Officer at Health-Ade Kombucha. Deb is a Keynote Speaker and i…
 
Attorney and author Dennis Hursh helps physicians navigate their employment contracts. He describes his shock early on in his career when he saw the lopsided language in the contracts offered to his highly trained physician clients. He points out that no hospital executive would ever agree to such contractual language for themselves. A sampling of …
 
Join me in this conversation with Vanessa Challess; Founder, Principal and the force behind of Tiger Law and its sister businesses Tiger Bytes and Tiger HR - force being the operative word here as Vanessa has such passionate and motivating energy! Vanessa is not afraid to speak what is on her heart and mind which makes for a very real and open conv…
 
On this episode, Jeff interviews Dr. Katrina Burrus about the “brilliant jerk”. Katrina shares from her knowledge as one of the world’s leading experts on international leadership, boasting a client list that includes Nestle, Novartis, and the United Nations. She holds a Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Development, is a master's certified coach, …
 
I chat with Seth Bradley who’s mission for lawyers and professionals is “practice when you want to, not because you have to". Seth is a real estate entrepreneur and an expert at creating passive income while working as a highly paid professional. He’s a former big law attorney and is now the managing partner of his own firm, Bradley Law Limited, he…
 
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