Dr. William A. Schiemann is back to discuss his latest research on life fulfillment (personal and career) and its relationship to organizational success. He shares important findings and key steps you can take personally to achieve fulfillment. Bill also offers advice to HR leaders on how to leverage people’s passions to create high engagement.
How do optimists see the world differently than pessimists? What are the benefits of being an optimist? Can optimism be learned? What are the connections and differences between resilience and optimism? Patrick Sweeney answers these questions and discusses his work as a transition coach and author.
Chief Business and Talent Officer, Girl Scouts of the USA and Founder of Who’s Got Next in HR, Joanne Rencher, advises HR professionals why and how to be a business leader first and an HR professional second. She shares valuable career advice designed to ensure your personal professional needle is moving. We learn more about Who’s Got Next in HR which listeners are invited to join (free).
Denise Yosafat is a Consultant and Executive/Leadership Coach for AJO, specializing in strategic planning, organizational development and change management. Most recently Denise has added author to her biography by writing "The Power of CHOICE: Six Steps to Get What You Want out of Life." Her new book and the subject of making choices and decisions is the topic for this episode.
Chris Nickerson discusses career planning, an overlooked and yet critical professional development activity. A career map and annual inquiry ensures purposeful career choices are made, as well as helping to protect against the winds of change and inevitable career journey bumps. Chris Nickerson shares his career framework and strategies that will help you manage your career and outperform your peers.