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The Hearth

Candice Elliott

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The Hearth is for you if you're a business leader with a team. Here we have conversations about how to keep growing when you feel you've reached your capacity. When what you're doing is working, but you're starting to see the cracks. When there's a gap between where you're at now and where you want to be. Here we find ways to transition through struggle of survival toward creating a thriving business that supports you and your team as whole humans.Your host is me, Candice Elliott. I am a str ...
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Welcome to the Servant Leadership Lab podcast, where we explore the transformative power of servant leadership in the laboratory of life. In this podcast, we will delve into the philosophy and practice of servant leadership, a leadership approach that emphasizes the well-being and growth of individuals, teams, and organizations. We will explore how servant leadership can create a positive and empowering work environment, foster collaboration and innovation, and drive sustainable success. Whe ...
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Entrepreneurial Outlaws is a podcast paving the way for the creatives, introverts, empaths, and spiritual folks who are tired of being taught the same old business and marketing strategies that just don’t work for them. We’re ready to share the REAL stories behind what it takes to run a sustainable online business from me, Melanie Knights, a Storyteller, Content Alchemist and Pinterest strategist for creative entrepreneurs and small e-commerce brands. Tune each week to learn how to create in ...
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Angela Johnson about creating a collaborative leadership team. Angela Johnson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelajohnsonscrumtrainer/) is a successful entrepreneur, author, educator and coach who founded Collaborative Leadership Team in 2010. She mentors, trains and empowers people to use…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover and Dr. Angela Schill talks with Thomas Ng about empowering marginalized communities. Thomas Ng is the founder of Genashtim, a for-profit social enterprise that aims to empower marginalized communities, through specialization in eLearning, Digitalization, and ESG services. His remarkable journey beg…
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Hello Brave souls, This episode also bears news of a significant shift for this podcast. As I juggle new personal milestones, including the birth of my second child, and professional commitments like a partnership with Santa Cruz County Public Health Department, regularity in our podcast release schedule is taking a back seat. But worry not, we’re …
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Amy Lavoie about a new Torch study that confirms how coaching creates a virtuous cycle of positive behavior and change that benefits not just for the individuals who get it, but their wider report and team communities. Amy Lavoie (https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-lavoie-96b3773/) is respon…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Angela Schill and Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talk with Dr. Danielle Williams about servant leadership and the importance of values congruence. Dr. Danielle E. Williams is a servant leader that for over 20 years has worked in the fields of Education, Leadership, and Healthcare. She holds degrees and certifications from Vir…
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In today's episode, we talk about generational gaps in the workplace. I’m here to help you navigate the tricky terrain of generational differences, age-related biases, and the jarring shift young people encounter when transferring from education to the world of work. Drawing on my decade-long experience in human resources and organizational develop…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Dr. Benjamin Ritter about self-leadership and the difference between a job and a career. Dr. Benjamin Ritter (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ritterbenj/), founder of Live for Yourself Consulting, is a leadership and career coach, Talent Development Executive, values geek, international speak…
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On this episode of The Hearth, Deborah Lindsay joins us to decode the often misunderstood roles within a business operation. As an experienced fractional COO, she dissects the unique differences between fractional COOs, interim executives, consultants, and advisors, shedding light on how each contributes significantly to a company's growth and effi…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Candice Elliott about the intersection of health and work. Candice Elliott (https://www.linkedin.com/in/candiceelliott/) is a Fractional CHRO and HR Mentor for business and non-profit leaders. She focuses on the intersection of public health, organizational and community development, help…
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Have you ever felt the strain of juggling roles as a worker and a caregiver? Ever wondered how your work-life balance impacts your overall health and well-being? This episode of 'The Hearth' is an eye-opener on work-family harmony and the stressors that could be affecting your overall health. We dig deep into the common workplace stressors and how …
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Cormac Russell about his book, The Connected Community: Discovering the Health, Wealth, and Power of Neighborhoods. Cormac Russell (http://linkedin.com/in/cormacrussell) is a social explorer, author, speaker, and managing director of Nurture Development, he sits on the faculty of the Asse…
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What if the road to pay equity and fair compensation in the nonprofit sector could be navigated more smoothly? That's exactly what we're aiming to explore in this episode of The Hearth. I'm joined by Susie Polnaszek, director of the Center for Nonprofit Excellence in Monterey County, to shine a light on the complexities of compensation and debunk t…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Michael Teape about what to do when your leaders struggle to perform. Since 1994, Michael Teape (https://www.linkedin.com/in/teapetraining/) has been conducting business and personal effectiveness design and delivery training, coaching, train-the-trainer, and training strategy development…
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In today's episode, we dissect Donna Hicks' Dignity Model to help business owners elevate their workplace culture and environment. We uncover the need for more than just being seen and heard, but also, the inclusion, respect, and cultural acceptance that forms the bedrock of social dignity. Further, we address the often-ignored necessity of redress…
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In today's episode with Rachael Cook, the head of CEO Collective, we dive deep into marrying personal values with our business decisions. Rachael Shares with us her five definitions of success, emphasizing the crucial role of understanding what your business needs to do for you as the owner. We discuss the fundamental role of health, relationships,…
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In today's episode of The Hearth, we talk about mental health at the workplace. Together, we'll explore the cost of mental health issues in the workplace, the stigma associated with it, and the transformative steps we can take to foster a healthier, more sustainable work ecosystem. The first step towards change is understanding the magnitude of the…
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In today's episode, I welcome Faith Clarke again to the podcast. In last season's episode, we discussed the decolonization of work. In today's episode, we discuss how crucial the intersection of team dynamics and inclusivity is for our workplaces. Drawing on Faith's extensive experience and her latest book, we delve into the necessity of cultivatin…
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In this HCI podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks shares two related talks (including his own) from the Ten News Live - ISOL Foundation Virtual Conference on Human Oriented Leadership Style. Dr. Corné Bekker (https://www.regent.edu/faculty/d-litt-et-phil-corne-j-bekker/) joined Regent University in 2005. He previously served as the associ…
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Did you know that although one of the wealthiest nations in the world, the United States still lags behind in health metrics? Join me on today's episode to unpack the US health landscape, exploring how fundamental needs like clean air, job security, and transportation are not met in many communities, directly impacting health conditions. We delve i…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Nicky Billou about people management and culture building to service entrepreneurs and their teams. Nicky Billou (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickybillou/) is the #1 International Best Selling Author of the book: Finish Line ThinkingTM: How to Think and Win Like a Champion, The Thought Le…
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You know the saying, "It takes a village to raise a child," but what happens when that village is also juggling a career? Join me in a deep-dive conversation with Claire Holmes, founder of Mama Collaborative. Claire's journey from corporate consultant to entrepreneurial advocate for working moms is nothing short of inspiring. We learn about her own…
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Nicky Billou about his book, The Power Of Connecting: How To Activate Profitable Relationships By Serving Your Network. Nicky Billou (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickybillou/) is the #1 International Best Selling Author of the book: Finish Line Thinking: How to Think and Win Like a Champi…
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What if I told you that the conventional concept of workplace wellness is outdated and ineffective and that the responsibility of managing stress shouldn't solely rest on the shoulders of employees? Perhaps the Job Strain Model is no longer suitable for the contemporary work environment due to evolving job demands, a diverse workforce, and the rapi…
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Who says business success can't be an all-inclusive affair? Join me and my guest, Erica Courdae, a seasoned DEI coach, consultant, and beauty industry veteran, as we take on the challenge of transforming established business models. In this episode, we will discuss traditional ideologies and reimagine a more inclusive and equitable path to success.…
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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 1 of The Hearth. I'm so excited for Season 2, and I'm so happy you're here. This season we will be exploring what success in business can look like. How do you define success in the business world? What does that look like to you? This season my wonderful guests and I will be sharing with you different ways success can …
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Richard Medcalf about marrying the disciplines of strategy and leadership in the service of our clients. Richard Medcalf (https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardmedcalf/) describes himself as "what you get if you were to put a McKinsey consultant, a slightly unorthodox pastor and an entrepren…
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In this episode, Dr. Westover and Dr. Eric Russell continue their weekly servant leadership discussions. This week they focus on the the foundational nature of listening in servant leadership and its necessity for successful, healthy organizations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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In this episode, Dr. Westover and Dr. Eric Russell continue their weekly servant leadership series discussions. This week, they discuss developing people and Dr. Jim Laub’s work on the topic. Dr. Laub is best known for building the Organizational Leadership Assessment Instrument that measures servant leadership within organizations as well as job s…
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In this episode, Dr. Westover and Dr. Eric Russell continue their weekly discussions on aspects of servant leadership. This week they focus their discussion on the importance of awareness today, awareness of self, others, and situational, as it pertains to leadership and organizations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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In this episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover and HCI Research Associate, Dr. Eric Russell continue their weekly series on servant leadership. This week they discuss the importance of stewardship in leadership and followership. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy HCI Podcast Network
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In this episode, Dr. Westover talks with Dr. Eric Russell about the concept of healing; healing of self, healing of others, healing of organizations, and healing of societies, particularly within the current socio-political context. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy HCI Podcast Network
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In today’s episode, we wrap up Season 1 and I share with you what to expect in Season 2. Thank you so much for tuning in every week to listen to The Hearth. If you want to stay connected with me on this short break, subscribe to my newsletter here: https://www.fortressandflourish.com/newsletter I’ll see you in Fall 2023! If something you heard toda…
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In today’s episode, I chat with Darrie Ganzhorn about transitional employment. Darrie Ganzhorn is Director of Programs and Operations for the Homeless Garden Project in Santa Cruz, California. The Homeless Garden Project provides sanctuary, refuge and meaningful work for homeless citizens within the healing environment of a three-acre organic farm …
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In today’s episode, I welcome Cyndie Lane. Cyndie Lane is a psychotherapist specializing in Internal Family Systems, a relatively new and highly effective healing approach that is changing how psychotherapists work with and view their clients’ problems. In short, IFS seeks to help clients find compassion and curiosity for the parts of themselves th…
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In today’s episode, we talk about navigating maternity leave as a small business owner. CONTENT WARNING: I talk about abortion, childbirth, miscarriage, depression, anxiety, and postpartum. My husband and I are having another baby in August, and I wanted to share my approach to maternity leave. Here’s a sneak peek of the episode: I share my experie…
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In today’s episode, we talk about people-centered management at Lime Technologies with Tiffany Jones & Kat Lee. People-centered management empowers employees to do their best work, clearly communicates the company’s goals, and shows them the path to success. Moreover, employees remain a company’s most valuable asset. Thus, it becomes increasingly i…
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In today’s episode we talk about hiring a group of people, 5 or more. Perhaps you’re adding a new department to your company, or adding a new employee or two to an existing department. Perhaps you’re adding entry level team members, director level people, etc. First and foremost, congrats on growing and expanding your business! Here’s a sneak peek …
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In today’s episode, we talk about Resolving Conflict in the workplace. Here’s a sneak peek of the episode: Communication challenges: Between the business leader and an employee/team Between departments Between employees - The framework I use to understand what’s going on when there are communication challenges I need to help resolve. We start with …
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In today’s episode, we talk all about 1099’s & Employees: What makes an independent contractor an independent contractor. What makes an employee an employee. The Borello test How I can help you figure out if your employee is a true employee or just a 1099 independent contractor. How I can help you hire your first employee or independent contractor.…
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In today’s episode we talk all about raises. Here’s an episode sneak peek: Giving raises Things I discuss with my clients when they’re thinking about giving raises How I conduct “benchmarking” for my clients The tools I use when assessing the job market to help you create your raise Indeed The Economic Research Institute’s Salary Assessor MIT’s Liv…
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