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Learn skills, mindsets, and behaviors to take work and life to the next level.

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Leading with Grace

Leaders want to get the best out of themselves and those they lead. But how to do it? In this episode, we speak with John Baldoni, internationally recognized executive coach, educator and the author about his latest book: Grace: A Leaders Guide to a Better Us. During this episode, you will: • Learn what grace is, and what it means to lead with grace. • Get practical tips on how to incorporate grace into your daily life. • Discover how people from all walks of life have used grace in their lives. Learn more about John and the book by visiting www.johnbaldoni.com or www.gracethebook.com. You can also read John’s recent article on grace showing up in a Dallas courtroom here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnbaldoni/2019/10/04/brandt-jean-grace-in-the-courtroom/

35 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Leading with Grace

New Managers A Lean Approach with Todd Hudson

One of the hardest transitions you will make in your career is the transition from individual contributor to manager. In this episode of BetterU, we speak with Todd Hudson, Head Maverick, Maverick Institute about why new people leaders often have such a tough time and what they can do about it. During this episode, you will: Learn why first-time people managers often struggle Discover how a lean approach to management activities can help you and your team become more productive Get practical tips to help new managers start producing results right away This podcast was made possible by HCI’s new certification course Empowering People Leaders, learn more at www.hci.org/epl-course

35 MIN2019 AUG 26
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New Managers A Lean Approach with Todd Hudson

Influence and Persuasion with Greg Zlevor

Do you struggle to get initiatives through? Is your opinion sought out and respected by colleagues? In this episode, we’re talking about building your influence and persuasion at work with Greg Zlevor. Greg is the President and Founder of Westwood International and FOG (For Our Growth). He has over 25 years of experience in executive leadership development and education and has served as a coach, consultant, and facilitator for companies across Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia. You can learn more about Greg and his work at www.westwoodintl.com

41 MIN2019 JUN 3
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Influence and Persuasion with Greg Zlevor

Understanding the Business and Developing Your Relevance with Pat Bodin

In this episode, we’re joined by Author, Educator and Founder and CEO of In the Boat, Pat Bodin. We talk about the importance of developing your understanding of the business you’re in and how to cultivate your relevance with business leaders. If you’re in HR or any support function, you’ll want to give this episode a listen. To learn more about Pat Bodin and what he’s working on, check him out on www.intheboat.com

41 MIN2019 MAY 13
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Understanding the Business and Developing Your Relevance with Pat Bodin

Automation and the Future of Work with Tyler Cowen

In this special episode, we talk with Tyler Cowen, Author and Professor of Economics at George Mason University about the future of work, the dangers of complacency, the importance of talent acquisition and how it’s changing due to technological, demographic, and economic forces. We also find time for a discussion on how to consume information and the wonders of Cincinnati Chili. See Tyler in person at HCI’s Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Denver June 10-12. Learn more at www.staconference.com

21 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Automation and the Future of Work with Tyler Cowen

Giving and Receiving Feedback with Mary Schaefer

Feedback is essential to improving as individuals and as a whole. This episode, we talk to Mary Schaefer about how to get better at giving and receiving feedback. Mary is an expert in empowerment and manager/employee interactions. She coaches, trains and consults on talent development, performance management and employee experience. Mary publishes on these topics and more at ReimagineWork, Lead Change Group, CIO Online, Forbes, and other sites. She is a co-author of the book, "The Character-Based Leader.” Mary has presented at the Inspiring Women in STEM Conference and is also a TEDx speaker. You can find her on her website www.reimaginework.com. This episode was made possible by Geniecast. Learn more about them at www.geniecast.com

25 MIN2018 SEP 13
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Giving and Receiving Feedback with Mary Schaefer

Develop Your Executive Presence

How do you prepare yourself for a leadership role? This episode, we talk to Robin Dreeke about building executive presence in ourselves. Robin is a 1992 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and retired U.S. Marine Corps Officer. For the past 22 years, Robin has been formally serving as the head of the elite Behavioral Analysis Program of the FBI's Counterintelligence Division. He’s also the author of Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert’s Five Rules to Lead and Succeed. Buy it wherever books are sold!! Keep up with Robin’s comings and goings on twitter by following @rdreeke This podcast is brought to you by Geniecast, learn more about them at www.geniecast.com

30 MIN2018 JUL 22
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Develop Your Executive Presence

Lessons in Civility for Work & Life

We all feel it. Civility is declining in the media, at work, and in society at large. Working in a toxic environment is bad for everybody involved, and more often than not, a profound lack of civility is at the root. In this episode we speak with Dr. Steve Ambrose, Co-founder of Walk the Ridge about how we can reclaim this crucial value at work and in our lives. Learn more about Walk the Ridge here: http://walktheridge.org/

30 MIN2018 JUL 9
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Lessons in Civility for Work & Life

Having Better Career Conversations

Did you ever lose a valued employee because you weren’t giving them the development opportunities they needed? Did you ever quit a job for the same reason? Better career conversations can change that. We spoke with Julie Winkle Giulioni, Best-selling Author and Leadership, Learning, and Development Expert about how to improve your approach to both sides of these essential discussions as an employee and a manager. This podcast is brought to you by: Geniecast learn more at www.geniecast.com Learn more about Julie here: www.juliewinklegiulioni.com

39 MIN2018 JUN 17
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Having Better Career Conversations

Resilience

In this episode we speak about resilience with Dr. Jason Mott, Assistant Principal at the Springer School and Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. You can find Jason on LinkedIn and his twitter handle is @JMottEdD Take a listen and learn what resilience is, why it matters in school and life, and a lot of practical tips on how to build your resilience as well as the resilience of those around you.

42 MIN2018 MAR 28
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Resilience
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Latest Episodes

Leading with Grace

Leaders want to get the best out of themselves and those they lead. But how to do it? In this episode, we speak with John Baldoni, internationally recognized executive coach, educator and the author about his latest book: Grace: A Leaders Guide to a Better Us. During this episode, you will: • Learn what grace is, and what it means to lead with grace. • Get practical tips on how to incorporate grace into your daily life. • Discover how people from all walks of life have used grace in their lives. Learn more about John and the book by visiting www.johnbaldoni.com or www.gracethebook.com. You can also read John’s recent article on grace showing up in a Dallas courtroom here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnbaldoni/2019/10/04/brandt-jean-grace-in-the-courtroom/

35 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Leading with Grace

New Managers A Lean Approach with Todd Hudson

One of the hardest transitions you will make in your career is the transition from individual contributor to manager. In this episode of BetterU, we speak with Todd Hudson, Head Maverick, Maverick Institute about why new people leaders often have such a tough time and what they can do about it. During this episode, you will: Learn why first-time people managers often struggle Discover how a lean approach to management activities can help you and your team become more productive Get practical tips to help new managers start producing results right away This podcast was made possible by HCI’s new certification course Empowering People Leaders, learn more at www.hci.org/epl-course

35 MIN2019 AUG 26
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New Managers A Lean Approach with Todd Hudson

Influence and Persuasion with Greg Zlevor

Do you struggle to get initiatives through? Is your opinion sought out and respected by colleagues? In this episode, we’re talking about building your influence and persuasion at work with Greg Zlevor. Greg is the President and Founder of Westwood International and FOG (For Our Growth). He has over 25 years of experience in executive leadership development and education and has served as a coach, consultant, and facilitator for companies across Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia. You can learn more about Greg and his work at www.westwoodintl.com

41 MIN2019 JUN 3
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Influence and Persuasion with Greg Zlevor

Understanding the Business and Developing Your Relevance with Pat Bodin

In this episode, we’re joined by Author, Educator and Founder and CEO of In the Boat, Pat Bodin. We talk about the importance of developing your understanding of the business you’re in and how to cultivate your relevance with business leaders. If you’re in HR or any support function, you’ll want to give this episode a listen. To learn more about Pat Bodin and what he’s working on, check him out on www.intheboat.com

41 MIN2019 MAY 13
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Understanding the Business and Developing Your Relevance with Pat Bodin

Automation and the Future of Work with Tyler Cowen

In this special episode, we talk with Tyler Cowen, Author and Professor of Economics at George Mason University about the future of work, the dangers of complacency, the importance of talent acquisition and how it’s changing due to technological, demographic, and economic forces. We also find time for a discussion on how to consume information and the wonders of Cincinnati Chili. See Tyler in person at HCI’s Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Denver June 10-12. Learn more at www.staconference.com

21 MIN2019 MAR 26
Comments
Automation and the Future of Work with Tyler Cowen

Giving and Receiving Feedback with Mary Schaefer

Feedback is essential to improving as individuals and as a whole. This episode, we talk to Mary Schaefer about how to get better at giving and receiving feedback. Mary is an expert in empowerment and manager/employee interactions. She coaches, trains and consults on talent development, performance management and employee experience. Mary publishes on these topics and more at ReimagineWork, Lead Change Group, CIO Online, Forbes, and other sites. She is a co-author of the book, "The Character-Based Leader.” Mary has presented at the Inspiring Women in STEM Conference and is also a TEDx speaker. You can find her on her website www.reimaginework.com. This episode was made possible by Geniecast. Learn more about them at www.geniecast.com

25 MIN2018 SEP 13
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Giving and Receiving Feedback with Mary Schaefer

Develop Your Executive Presence

How do you prepare yourself for a leadership role? This episode, we talk to Robin Dreeke about building executive presence in ourselves. Robin is a 1992 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and retired U.S. Marine Corps Officer. For the past 22 years, Robin has been formally serving as the head of the elite Behavioral Analysis Program of the FBI's Counterintelligence Division. He’s also the author of Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert’s Five Rules to Lead and Succeed. Buy it wherever books are sold!! Keep up with Robin’s comings and goings on twitter by following @rdreeke This podcast is brought to you by Geniecast, learn more about them at www.geniecast.com

30 MIN2018 JUL 22
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Develop Your Executive Presence

Lessons in Civility for Work & Life

We all feel it. Civility is declining in the media, at work, and in society at large. Working in a toxic environment is bad for everybody involved, and more often than not, a profound lack of civility is at the root. In this episode we speak with Dr. Steve Ambrose, Co-founder of Walk the Ridge about how we can reclaim this crucial value at work and in our lives. Learn more about Walk the Ridge here: http://walktheridge.org/

30 MIN2018 JUL 9
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Lessons in Civility for Work & Life

Having Better Career Conversations

Did you ever lose a valued employee because you weren’t giving them the development opportunities they needed? Did you ever quit a job for the same reason? Better career conversations can change that. We spoke with Julie Winkle Giulioni, Best-selling Author and Leadership, Learning, and Development Expert about how to improve your approach to both sides of these essential discussions as an employee and a manager. This podcast is brought to you by: Geniecast learn more at www.geniecast.com Learn more about Julie here: www.juliewinklegiulioni.com

39 MIN2018 JUN 17
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Having Better Career Conversations

Resilience

In this episode we speak about resilience with Dr. Jason Mott, Assistant Principal at the Springer School and Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. You can find Jason on LinkedIn and his twitter handle is @JMottEdD Take a listen and learn what resilience is, why it matters in school and life, and a lot of practical tips on how to build your resilience as well as the resilience of those around you.

42 MIN2018 MAR 28
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Resilience
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