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The official podcast of the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program. Each month, host Dr. David Ballard discusses healthy workplace practices, interviews leading experts, explores current issues and brings you real-world examples of how organizations of all types are fostering employee health and well-being, while at the same time enhancing organizational performance.

Latest Episodes

October 2009

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act. Learn what it means for employee benefits in your organization. In our featured interview, Ron Bachman explains the Wellstone-Domenici Parity Act and the steps employers can take to optimize outcomes for employees and the organization, while implementing the changes required by the law. Also, an update on recent developments from the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program.

23 MIN2009 OCT 27
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October 2009

November/December 2008

Executives behaving badly. Learn what you can do to address the destructive behavior of high-level organizational leaders. In this episode, our featured interview with Dr. Steve Axelrod, psychologist, executive coach and expert on how a leader's psychological dynamics affect organizational performance. Also, a discussion of how problems understanding research and statistics can interfere with the effective use of consumer-directed health plans.

26 MIN2008 DEC 20
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November/December 2008

September/October 2008

The psychology of money. Learn how money issues are affecting your employees and organization and how "money scripts" shape our financial behavior. In this episode, our featured interview with Dr. Brad Klontz, clinical psychologist, author and expert on the psychology of money. Also, a discussion of how employees respond to being given more autonomy and control at work.

27 MIN2008 NOV 27
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September/October 2008

July/August 2008

Managing paradox. Explore the challenges of surviving tough economic times, engaging employees (but not too much), building trust while disrupting the organization and creating a signature experience that can help you attract the right employee for the job. In this episode, part two of our featured interview with Tamara J. Erickson, McKinsey Award winning author, consultant and expert on the changing workforce. Also, a discussion of employee engagement, how it differs from job satisfaction and how your organization can benefit.

30 MIN2008 SEP 25
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July/August 2008

June 2008

Boomers and Xers and Ys! Oh, my! How is your organization managing employees from different generations? In this episode, part one of our featured interview with Tamara J. Erickson, McKinsey Award winning author, consultant and expert on the changing workforce. Also, broadening your perspective on training and development and real-world examples of how high-performing organizations reward and recognize their employees.

32 MIN2008 JUL 17
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June 2008

May 2008

Why should your organization be concerned about work stress? In this episode, learn about the causes and consequences of workplace stress, as well as what you can do about it. Also, part two of our featured interview with employee recognition expert Dr. Bob Nelson and real-world examples of the training and development opportunities award-winning organizations offer their employees.

31 MIN2008 MAY 30
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May 2008

April 2008

Is work-life balance possible? In this episode, learn about the role and evolution of work-life balance initiatives. Also, explore effective ways to reward and recognize employees in part one of our interview with Dr. Bob Nelson, a nationally recognized expert on employee motivation.

31 MIN2008 APR 30
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April 2008

March 2008

APA announces its 2008 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards. In this special awards episode, hear about the employee well-being and organizational effectiveness outcomes achieved by the award winners. Also, our featured interview with Dr. Rebecca Kelly, director of health and wellness at the University of Alabama, and reactions from award ceremony attendees.

32 MIN2008 MAR 29
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March 2008

February 2008

What role does communication play in creating a psychologically healthy workplace? In this episode, learn how effective two-way communication can support your health and wellness efforts. Also, our featured interview with Dr. Michael O'Donnell, founder and editor-in-chief of the _American Journal of Health Promotion_ and director of health and wellness at the Cleveland Clinic, and real-world examples of what award-winning organizations are doing to help their employees maintain a healthy work-life balance.

26 MIN2008 FEB 27
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February 2008

January 2008

What is a psychologically healthy workplace? In this episode, learn about the types of workplace practices that help to create a positive work environment and the benefits to both the employee and the organization. Also in this episode, a discussion of the trend of employers shifting healthcare cost and risk to employees, our featured interview with Dr. Ron Goetzel, a nationally recognized expert in health and productivity management, and real-world examples of what award-winning organizations are doing to involve and engage their workforce.

30 MIN2008 JAN 31
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January 2008
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Latest Episodes

October 2009

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act. Learn what it means for employee benefits in your organization. In our featured interview, Ron Bachman explains the Wellstone-Domenici Parity Act and the steps employers can take to optimize outcomes for employees and the organization, while implementing the changes required by the law. Also, an update on recent developments from the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program.

23 MIN2009 OCT 27
Comments
October 2009

November/December 2008

Executives behaving badly. Learn what you can do to address the destructive behavior of high-level organizational leaders. In this episode, our featured interview with Dr. Steve Axelrod, psychologist, executive coach and expert on how a leader's psychological dynamics affect organizational performance. Also, a discussion of how problems understanding research and statistics can interfere with the effective use of consumer-directed health plans.

26 MIN2008 DEC 20
Comments
November/December 2008

September/October 2008

The psychology of money. Learn how money issues are affecting your employees and organization and how "money scripts" shape our financial behavior. In this episode, our featured interview with Dr. Brad Klontz, clinical psychologist, author and expert on the psychology of money. Also, a discussion of how employees respond to being given more autonomy and control at work.

27 MIN2008 NOV 27
Comments
September/October 2008

July/August 2008

Managing paradox. Explore the challenges of surviving tough economic times, engaging employees (but not too much), building trust while disrupting the organization and creating a signature experience that can help you attract the right employee for the job. In this episode, part two of our featured interview with Tamara J. Erickson, McKinsey Award winning author, consultant and expert on the changing workforce. Also, a discussion of employee engagement, how it differs from job satisfaction and how your organization can benefit.

30 MIN2008 SEP 25
Comments
July/August 2008

June 2008

Boomers and Xers and Ys! Oh, my! How is your organization managing employees from different generations? In this episode, part one of our featured interview with Tamara J. Erickson, McKinsey Award winning author, consultant and expert on the changing workforce. Also, broadening your perspective on training and development and real-world examples of how high-performing organizations reward and recognize their employees.

32 MIN2008 JUL 17
Comments
June 2008

May 2008

Why should your organization be concerned about work stress? In this episode, learn about the causes and consequences of workplace stress, as well as what you can do about it. Also, part two of our featured interview with employee recognition expert Dr. Bob Nelson and real-world examples of the training and development opportunities award-winning organizations offer their employees.

31 MIN2008 MAY 30
Comments
May 2008

April 2008

Is work-life balance possible? In this episode, learn about the role and evolution of work-life balance initiatives. Also, explore effective ways to reward and recognize employees in part one of our interview with Dr. Bob Nelson, a nationally recognized expert on employee motivation.

31 MIN2008 APR 30
Comments
April 2008

March 2008

APA announces its 2008 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards. In this special awards episode, hear about the employee well-being and organizational effectiveness outcomes achieved by the award winners. Also, our featured interview with Dr. Rebecca Kelly, director of health and wellness at the University of Alabama, and reactions from award ceremony attendees.

32 MIN2008 MAR 29
Comments
March 2008

February 2008

What role does communication play in creating a psychologically healthy workplace? In this episode, learn how effective two-way communication can support your health and wellness efforts. Also, our featured interview with Dr. Michael O'Donnell, founder and editor-in-chief of the _American Journal of Health Promotion_ and director of health and wellness at the Cleveland Clinic, and real-world examples of what award-winning organizations are doing to help their employees maintain a healthy work-life balance.

26 MIN2008 FEB 27
Comments
February 2008

January 2008

What is a psychologically healthy workplace? In this episode, learn about the types of workplace practices that help to create a positive work environment and the benefits to both the employee and the organization. Also in this episode, a discussion of the trend of employers shifting healthcare cost and risk to employees, our featured interview with Dr. Ron Goetzel, a nationally recognized expert in health and productivity management, and real-world examples of what award-winning organizations are doing to involve and engage their workforce.

30 MIN2008 JAN 31
Comments
January 2008
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