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Faith in the 9 to 5

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Thought-provoking, inspirational stories on the challenges and rewards of living the Christian faith at work, especially for those in the corporate world. Author and speaker, Deanna Ricke, has worked for some of the world’s most well-known brands including The Walt Disney Company, FOX, and Victoria’s Secret. Deanna weaves together fascinating true tales from corporate America with scripture and practical advice in a way that will leave listeners laughing, crying, and dying to put her intriguing suggestions to work in their own lives.

Latest Episodes

When a Sinking Ship is a Good Thing

Recently I reconnected with a former colleague and friend who had worked for the Oprah Winfrey Show prior to joining The Walt Disney Company, where she and I worked together. For the past seven years, my friend has been President and CEO of a successful advertising agency,Madison Avenue Worldwide. Like many successful women in business, … Continue reading When a Sinking Ship is a Good Thing →

4 MIN2015 SEP 5
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When a Sinking Ship is a Good Thing

One Simple Tip for Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking

(as published in Catholic Business Journal. Podcasts also available on i-Tunes.) The idea for creating my own company was sparked one morning as I sat clutching a hot cup of coffee, shivering, in an over-air conditioned ballroom. That was the morning the need became painfully apparent. I watched, cringing, as a man I greatly admired … Continue reading One Simple Tip for Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking →

5 MIN2015 JUN 15
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One Simple Tip for Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking

Try Flaunting Your Failures to Turbocharge Your Team

(As first published in Catholic Business Journal.) In the summer of 2008, Russ Smyth, the new CEO of H&R Block, stepped to the podium to introduce himself to his new employees. Hundreds were seated in the auditorium, tens of thousands watched on telecasts around the country, and Russ gave what I think was one of … Continue reading Try Flaunting Your Failures to Turbocharge Your Team →

4 MIN2015 JUN 8
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Try Flaunting Your Failures to Turbocharge Your Team

5 Subtle Ways to Witness at Work

Last week I was meeting with my banker, and I noticed that she had a prayer pinned to her bulletin board. I saw it and smiled, as it was the same prayer I mentioned in my last column, the one authored by a Catholic saint that begins “Today, let there be peace within.” I’d always … Continue reading 5 Subtle Ways to Witness at Work →

9 MIN2015 MAY 24
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5 Subtle Ways to Witness at Work

How To Find Peace in Unexpected Unemployment

Three acquaintances of mine have recently lost their jobs in what appears to be unjust circumstances. One was a well-respected director at a Fortune 500 company. A new boss came in and fired her unceremoniously, despite the fact that a few months earlier, she had received a stellar performance review and an above-average bonus. The … Continue reading How To Find Peace in Unexpected Unemployment →

6 MIN2015 MAY 14
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How To Find Peace in Unexpected Unemployment

Need a Little Extra Change? Try this.

A few years ago my CEO shared this story during a company-wide meeting: his wife had been interviewing with a couple of advertising agencies, and one of the agencies had offered her a job. As she was discussing the opportunity with her father, she said that she was hesitant to take the offer because the … Continue reading Need a Little Extra Change? Try this. →

3 MIN2015 MAY 8
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Need a Little Extra Change? Try this.

Wish Your Job Would Go Up in Flames? You’re Not Alone

My father was a carpenter for 50 years before he retired, and he absolutely loved his job. It took me years to realize that my father was very lucky, that not everybody enjoys their job. My father built the house that I grew up in, and my parents lived for 32 years in the house … Continue reading Wish Your Job Would Go Up in Flames? You’re Not Alone →

9 MIN2015 MAY 5
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Wish Your Job Would Go Up in Flames? You’re Not Alone

5 Words that Will Reduce Turnover in any Workplace

If you are a leader in your company/organization, I’d encourage you to take a look at a 2013 study conducted by Gallup, a company that’s well-respected in the field of employee engagement and retention research. The study is titled “State of the American Workplace: Employee Engagement Insights for U.S. Business Leaders.” Here’s what Gallup’s CEO … Continue reading 5 Words that Will Reduce Turnover in any Workplace →

7 MIN2015 APR 26
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5 Words that Will Reduce Turnover in any Workplace

One Tip for Landing Your Dream Job

This is for every parent whose child has fallen face down in their textbook while mumbling, “I’m NEVER going to use this!” That was my frequent teenage refrain: “I’m NEVER going to use this!” Algebra. Geometry. And especially Calculus. These were useless, giant wastes of my precious teenage time. Sinkholes of sanity, or so I … Continue reading One Tip for Landing Your Dream Job →

5 MIN2015 APR 15
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One Tip for Landing Your Dream Job

What if Your Boss Takes the Crazy Train to Work?

I’ve been in corporate America for more than 25 years, and I’ve worked for a lot of bosses, a couple of whom I suspected might be crazy, but only one of whom did I have actual, indisputable crazy proof. Her name was Georgia, and I adored her. I liked Georgia instantly. We hit it off … Continue reading What if Your Boss Takes the Crazy Train to Work? →

7 MIN2015 APR 8
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What if Your Boss Takes the Crazy Train to Work?

Latest Episodes

When a Sinking Ship is a Good Thing

Recently I reconnected with a former colleague and friend who had worked for the Oprah Winfrey Show prior to joining The Walt Disney Company, where she and I worked together. For the past seven years, my friend has been President and CEO of a successful advertising agency,Madison Avenue Worldwide. Like many successful women in business, … Continue reading When a Sinking Ship is a Good Thing →

4 MIN2015 SEP 5
Comments
When a Sinking Ship is a Good Thing

One Simple Tip for Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking

(as published in Catholic Business Journal. Podcasts also available on i-Tunes.) The idea for creating my own company was sparked one morning as I sat clutching a hot cup of coffee, shivering, in an over-air conditioned ballroom. That was the morning the need became painfully apparent. I watched, cringing, as a man I greatly admired … Continue reading One Simple Tip for Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking →

5 MIN2015 JUN 15
Comments
One Simple Tip for Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking

Try Flaunting Your Failures to Turbocharge Your Team

(As first published in Catholic Business Journal.) In the summer of 2008, Russ Smyth, the new CEO of H&R Block, stepped to the podium to introduce himself to his new employees. Hundreds were seated in the auditorium, tens of thousands watched on telecasts around the country, and Russ gave what I think was one of … Continue reading Try Flaunting Your Failures to Turbocharge Your Team →

4 MIN2015 JUN 8
Comments
Try Flaunting Your Failures to Turbocharge Your Team

5 Subtle Ways to Witness at Work

Last week I was meeting with my banker, and I noticed that she had a prayer pinned to her bulletin board. I saw it and smiled, as it was the same prayer I mentioned in my last column, the one authored by a Catholic saint that begins “Today, let there be peace within.” I’d always … Continue reading 5 Subtle Ways to Witness at Work →

9 MIN2015 MAY 24
Comments
5 Subtle Ways to Witness at Work

How To Find Peace in Unexpected Unemployment

Three acquaintances of mine have recently lost their jobs in what appears to be unjust circumstances. One was a well-respected director at a Fortune 500 company. A new boss came in and fired her unceremoniously, despite the fact that a few months earlier, she had received a stellar performance review and an above-average bonus. The … Continue reading How To Find Peace in Unexpected Unemployment →

6 MIN2015 MAY 14
Comments
How To Find Peace in Unexpected Unemployment

Need a Little Extra Change? Try this.

A few years ago my CEO shared this story during a company-wide meeting: his wife had been interviewing with a couple of advertising agencies, and one of the agencies had offered her a job. As she was discussing the opportunity with her father, she said that she was hesitant to take the offer because the … Continue reading Need a Little Extra Change? Try this. →

3 MIN2015 MAY 8
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Need a Little Extra Change? Try this.

Wish Your Job Would Go Up in Flames? You’re Not Alone

My father was a carpenter for 50 years before he retired, and he absolutely loved his job. It took me years to realize that my father was very lucky, that not everybody enjoys their job. My father built the house that I grew up in, and my parents lived for 32 years in the house … Continue reading Wish Your Job Would Go Up in Flames? You’re Not Alone →

9 MIN2015 MAY 5
Comments
Wish Your Job Would Go Up in Flames? You’re Not Alone

5 Words that Will Reduce Turnover in any Workplace

If you are a leader in your company/organization, I’d encourage you to take a look at a 2013 study conducted by Gallup, a company that’s well-respected in the field of employee engagement and retention research. The study is titled “State of the American Workplace: Employee Engagement Insights for U.S. Business Leaders.” Here’s what Gallup’s CEO … Continue reading 5 Words that Will Reduce Turnover in any Workplace →

7 MIN2015 APR 26
Comments
5 Words that Will Reduce Turnover in any Workplace

One Tip for Landing Your Dream Job

This is for every parent whose child has fallen face down in their textbook while mumbling, “I’m NEVER going to use this!” That was my frequent teenage refrain: “I’m NEVER going to use this!” Algebra. Geometry. And especially Calculus. These were useless, giant wastes of my precious teenage time. Sinkholes of sanity, or so I … Continue reading One Tip for Landing Your Dream Job →

5 MIN2015 APR 15
Comments
One Tip for Landing Your Dream Job

What if Your Boss Takes the Crazy Train to Work?

I’ve been in corporate America for more than 25 years, and I’ve worked for a lot of bosses, a couple of whom I suspected might be crazy, but only one of whom did I have actual, indisputable crazy proof. Her name was Georgia, and I adored her. I liked Georgia instantly. We hit it off … Continue reading What if Your Boss Takes the Crazy Train to Work? →

7 MIN2015 APR 8
Comments
What if Your Boss Takes the Crazy Train to Work?
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