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People leave managers, not companies. The Building Better Managers podcast provides interviews with leadership professionals on topics including leadership development, leadership coaching, leadership training, productivity, employee retention, communication, culture, and accountability. People come to work every day with a whole host of personal and professional challenges. How can you help create a highly productive workplace where people are engaged, involved, and constantly learning? Joi ...
 
Tracking Yes is the art and practice of tuning in to your curiosity, trusting your inner compass and staying connected to possibility when things go sideways.Join me and my guests for stories that will inspire you to meet the unexpected—in your biggest challenges and everyday moments—with a wise, adventurous heart. You’ll gain insights, tools and practical action steps that’ll help you tap into the wisdom available to you in every moment, and support you in creating an empowered relationship ...
 
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What's Here Now, Kid?

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What's Here Now, Kid?

Joe Schum, CPCC Kathryn Sabol, CPCC

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Because often, the only thing standing between you and your dreams is you.W.C. Fields once said “Never work with animals or children.” It was one of his most famous quotes and yet he secretly admired at least one of them: children. Their candor and perspectives are the inspiration for this podcast co-hosted by certified coaches Kathryn Sabol, CPCC (kathrynsabol.com) and Joe Schum, CPCC (soulpatchhippo.com). “After opening a conversation with my five-year-old and asking him to set daily inten ...
 
BrainTalk: “Building the BRIDGE between your business and your intuition” runs the 1st Wednesday of the month at 12pm EST. This series showcases business people who have married these two elements together for great success. Our goal is to help listeners understand that it is not an "either or" it is an AND- intuition and business are your right and left brain. Together they are a powerhouse! Brain Talk is created by (Left Brainer) Dawn Quesnel, CPCC, PCC and (Right Brainer) Tara Crawford Ro ...
 
Certified Professional Career Coach, personal branding professional and reinvention expert Dr. Garrison Leykam helps listeners live audaciously."You've had such a varied and impressive career. It's awesome to read about your adventures and reinventions and how you're now helping others do the same," branding expert Dorie Clark, contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur and Forbes and author of Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You, and Stand Out (#1 Leadership Book by Inc. and ...
 
Do you sometimes need help "doing life better"? Would you like to live life to the fullest right now? Do you sometimes get overwhelmed and lose focus? Are you STUCK in any part of your life or business? If you answered "YES" to any of these questions, tune in to "Get Fired Up" Radio. Linda Wisler Luft will be interviewing every day people and experts on the topics of: communication, career, health, peace, organization, vision, passion, money, time and many more topics you deal with every day ...
 
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Being a leader is no easy feat. You're always "doing" because of the never-ending list of things to accomplish in your quest to hit all the KPIs or goals. It gets even more challenging during times of change and uncertainty. You have to grow your business successfully, but you also need to ensure that your most valuable company resource, your team,…
 
We are talking today about social media narcissism and other harmful effects of using social media; like cyberbullying and the growth of the mental health crisis among today’s youth. My guest, Lena Derhally, helps us to better understand these topics during our conversation and in her newest book, The Facebook Narcissist: How to Identify and Protec…
 
This week I welcome to the show the anonymous woman behind the popular and informative Instagram account, Narcissist_Survivor. The purpose of the account and their work is to expose the truth about narcissists, which is also what we do in this episode. We discuss the complexities of being in a relationship with a narcissist, share red flags, and go…
 
The hybrid workplace is here to stay. And with it, leaders and organizations must become more adept at creating and nurturing culture with people and teams working from everywhere. On our latest episode, we welcome David Evans to the Building Better Manager podcast. David has coached tech leaders and their teams for over 15 years, from startups to …
 
Matthew Fray, author of This Is How Your Marriage Ends: A Hopeful Approach To Saving Relationships, has been on my guest wishlist for a really long time. That is why I am truly delighted to share our conversation with you. Matt joins me to talk about how men can show up as better partners in relationships. I first learned about Matt when I read his…
 
Digital abuse is becoming an increasingly large problem. In this episode, Adam Dodge joins me for a discussion about the ways in which current or former partners may be misusing the internet and tech to harm individuals in unhealthy and abusive relationships. Adam is a licensed attorney whose work is characterized by his dedication to preventing an…
 
Imposter Syndrome is just one extremely common example of the kinds of limiting beliefs that all too often hold us back. Joining us today is Julia Arndt, founder of the Peak Performance Method and an expert in combining productivity, mindfulness and other leadership tools in ways to combat these limiting beliefs and develop your personal workplace …
 
This week I have the joy of welcoming the exEXPERTS, T.H. Irwin and Jessica Klingbaum, to the show. They're best friends who got divorced at the same time 14 years ago but had totally different divorce experiences. In this episode, they share their experience maneuvering through the overwhelming journey of divorce. They also share how they’ve used …
 
This week I’m re-airing my episode with Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, where we discussed how to cope when your partner has an active addiction. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen helps people get a little more comfortable with something as painful as addiction and divorce. When you’re living with or divorcing a partner who has an active addiction, you may find yourself ac…
 
Leadership transitions can be tough to execute. In fact, more than 40% of executive transitions fail within the first 18 months. And sadly, this isn’t a new phenomenon — which leads us to the big questions of why this keeps occurring and what can organizations do about it. Joining us this week is Navid Nazemian, an executive coach and unparalleled …
 
This week I am talking about covert emotional abuse with philanthropist and passionate human rights advocate, Annette Oltmans. Annette helps bring awareness to covert emotional abuse, a dangerous and common form of Domestic Violence. If you are a victim or think you might be a victim, this is a must-listen episode. Annette’s personal experiences of…
 
After last week’s Q&A episode, I received an outpouring of submissions from listeners with questions about co-parenting, relationships, and life after divorce. So I decided to do one more Q&A episode for you! This week I answer two co-parenting questions: one relates to how open to be with children about the details of your divorce, and the other h…
 
Sometimes we all need people who believe in us more than we do ourselves. Women who do not feel supported in the workplace are more likely not to ask for help or promotions, or to drop out of the workforce altogether. As leaders, it’s imperative to lift others up, and women, in particular, need strong leaders supporting them in the workplace now mo…
 
Show Notes: Wendy Palmer holds a seventh degree black belt in the non-violent Japanese martial art of Aikido, and has practiced mindfulness for over 45 years. She is the author of 4 books, including her latest: Dragons and Power, which explores the elements of Leadership Embodiment, a practice she founded and has been teaching to high level leaders…
 
Earlier this month I aired a listener Q&A episode which ended up being a favorite of listeners, as well as women in my Facebook group. It’s important to me to cover topics that resonate with you. So, here I am again, with another Q&A episode! This time I answer four questions around the topics of supporting your children through divorce, including …
 
Dr. Amelia Kelley returns to the show for a deep dive into what it means to be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Dr. Kelley is a trauma-informed therapist. She is a trained Art therapist, HSP Therapist, EMDR-informed therapist, meditation teacher, as well as a Certified Yoga instructor. This episode is near and dear to my heart because I identify as…
 
The talent cliff is a threat to organizations everywhere. But it doesn't need to be. In this episode, talent management and leadership expert Jennifer Thornton joins the podcast to help answer some of the most critical questions facing businesses in 2022: How are you going to attract and recruit top new talent? How will keep your high performers en…
 
The conflict some women experience in their relationships isn’t always just “run of the mill” conflict. In fact, in many cases it is abuse. So, how do you know if what you’re experiencing is conflict or something more sinister like narcissistic abuse? Joining me to discuss the top eight experiences of women who are in a narcissistic abusive relatio…
 
This week, we are covering all things domestic violence, law enforcement, and the court. Joining me is Kelli Blackburn, a San-Diego County based attorney specializing in high-conflict domestic violence, child custody, and divorce. Together we talk about domestic violence and the legal implications and give a full explanation of what domestic violen…
 
The Great Resignation is being fueled by a lot of different factors, but employee development has emerged as a major player. Research shows that 94% of employees are staying longer in organizations where they feel like there’s an investment being made in their development. And employees that actually like their current jobs are still almost 8 TIMES…
 
Debra Doak is back on the show, this time to talk about all things conflict and divorce. Debra is a Certified Divorce Coach, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Family Court Mediator, and the author of High-Conflict Divorce for Women. In this episode, we dissect what it means to have conflict, how (and why) it happens, and what to do when it inevi…
 
Show Notes: Philip Shepherd is an international authority on embodiment and author of New Self, New World - Recovering our Senses in the 21st Century and Radical Wholeness - The Embodied Present and the Ordinary Grace of Being. This is a specially curated edition of a more extensive interview I had with Philip back in August of 2020. In today's con…
 
Being in a marriage with a narcissist is exhausting. Divorcing a narcissist is no less exhausting. Tracy Malone is a surTHRIVER of narcissistic abuse, speaker, educator, and emotional resilience coach. In this episode, she joins me to share insights and information from her latest book, DIVORCING Your NARCISSIST: You Can’t Make This Shit Up! Tracy’…
 
Great managers focus on communication, interaction, engagement and motivation to get the most out of their teams. But do those tools work universally when you are managing globally? The good news is that the tools don’t really change, but HOW we use them across different cultures absolutely does. Melissa Lamson, diversity management specialist and …
 
I’ve been a fan of Leslie Bennetts for quite some time. She is a journalist and expert on women's issues who has spoken all over the world on financial security and women's empowerment. She is the author of The Feminine Mistake: Are We Giving Up Too Much? She is also my guest this week on the podcast! I am so honored and excited to share this inter…
 
We often talk on this podcast about identifying abusive relationships and offering ways to get out. But what comes next? Dr. Amelia Kelley, a trauma-informed therapist, joins me to discuss how to move forward after surviving abuse. She is the co-author of the recently released book, aptly titled, What I Wish I Knew: Surviving and Thriving After An …
 
As the owner of a growing business, you're probably extremely busy, juggling to complete all the tasks and projects you currently have underway. To avoid unnecessary heartache and stress, using a proper project management system can help you stay on top of everything that needs to be done. It allows you to conceptualize, outline and implement the s…
 
If you’ve been contemplating divorce and feeling guilty about your decision, if you’re wondering if you should change your last name post-divorce, or if you have a spouse who’s in denial (despite you telling them numerous times), don’t skip this episode! Why? Because this episode marks my very first Q&A episode! I asked my community of women to sen…
 
Show Notes: Brian Pearson recently interviewed me on his podcast The Mystic Cave. His questions sparked a fascinating conversation about the philosophy and practice of Tracking Yes, and touched on things I haven’t named before, so wanted to share it here with you guys. Join us as we explore what it’s like to: open to the wisdom of your imagination …
 
Remote work is here to stay, whether you're ready or not. In our latest episode, we welcome Karin Reed, author of the brand new book, Suddenly Virtual: Making Remote Meetings Work. to discuss techniques for leading in a virtual work environment, including how to make the most out of virtual meetings, improve engagement and communication via video, …
 
We’re always going through some kind of loss, celebration, or change in our lives. Joining me to discuss the importance of ritual during times of great transition is Day Schildkret. Day is internationally known for the creation of Morning Altars, beautiful pieces of impermanent art. He is also the author of Hello, Goodbye: 75 Rituals for Times of L…
 
Many businesses struggle to craft and deliver the right message for their target audience. Unfortunately, this struggle also has a very real impact on the financial health of a company. Poor messaging will not just confuse and possibly alienate the intended audience, but it is also equivalent to wasting money on a lot of marketing tactics that won’…
 
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