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Organizations often view change as something to manage, an unfortunate and inevitable inconvenience that gets in the way of solid performance and results. My guest for this episode is Minola Jac, a transformational business professional whose background combines consulting, organizational development, and journalism. Minola has worked as a senior c…
 
Excellent communication requires an ongoing effort of self and social awareness to understand both the relationship and the context of the relationship. My guest for this episode is Brian Hanssen, Director of the Management Communication Program and a Clinical Associate Professor of Management Communication at New York University. For Brian, storyt…
 
Living a successful personal and professional life requires a lot of things, including tremendous commitment, strategy, gut feeling, and courage. This episode's guest is Sergio Azzolari, CEO of DSQUARED2, the high fashion brand launched by twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten. Sergio embodies the cosmopolitan spirit, combining worldliness, wit, culture…
 
The word resilience pops up everywhere these days. It has become a catchy term often abused and misused to indicate the importance of being flexible, stern, and adaptable. My guest today is Dr. Linda Hoopes, which I affectionately refer to as the Goddess of Resilience. Linda represents one of the most influential voices for researching resilience a…
 
Business people tend to think of their jobs as results and efficiency. However, whether we like it or not, professional and personal relationships strongly affect performance. This episode explores the best way to care for ourselves and those we love, family members, friends, and colleagues, near the final days of life because of illness or age. My…
 
This episode explores the importance of assumptions, choices, viewpoints, and purpose to formulate a successful strategy. My special guest is Jessy Hsieh, Clinical Assistant Professor at New York University Stern School of Business. Jessy’s research interests include strategy, creativity, digital sociology, and philosophy of education. A good strat…
 
This episode explores how “Human to Human” conversations can help leaders bring the best out of people to deliver outstanding results. The special guest is Carly Anderson, an Australian-American leadership and executive coach. Carly began training as a coach in 1998 and became a Master Certified Coach in 2004 by the International Coaching Federatio…
 
This episode explores the importance of being accountable for personal and professional success. Our special guest is Charles Panarella Assistant Director at Florida State University International Programs in Florence, Italy. Charlie is Italian-American with a Master’s degree in Italian Language and Culture and is currently completing his Ph.D. in …
 
This episode explores the importance of resilience for leadership development. Our special guest is Maria Giovanna Vianello, Global Leadership Development Consultant at Novartis, a well-known Swiss-American multinational pharmaceutical corporation. In Maria’s experience, “Leadership is not the power you are giving yourself, but the power people giv…
 
Empathy is the ability to understand others’ emotions and see things from their point of view. By understanding how people feel, empathy helps us respond efficiently to any situation. As professionals transition from non-managerial to managerial and then strategic roles, the ability to connect with people becomes crucial both to get things done, an…
 
Marathon runners know more than any other athlete about sustaining a proper pace while getting to the finishing line as fast as possible. "Running in the Green" is a heart-rate based training approach for marathon runners. This method aims at improving performance by training within a heart range that feels comfortable rather than pushing to the ma…
 
How do you strike the perfect balance between jumping to a conclusion too quickly or missing out on an opportunity? I want to share some observations on the importance of slowing down to make sound strategic decisions. Sign up for a free Live Session to learn how to make better decisions. Subscribe to Pity Party Over to be notified of new episodes.…
 
Episode 1 focuses on building greater organizational synergy, what creates synergy, typical symptoms when synergy is lacking, and the importance of communication and leadership when transitioning through change to build synergy. Sign up for a free Live Session to learn how to manage change. Subscribe to Pity Party Over to be notified of new episode…
 
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